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i'm dave kinchen with break news in north philadelphia a a woman's throat is slashed, police are investigating. we will tell you what you we know coming up, lauren. the officer shot the in west philadelphia released from the hospital as new details emerge about this guy the suspected shooter. the lengthy criminal background this 23 year-old has had. things getting youly on the ice as flyers lost their third straight game to the capitol. the reaction from the fans that cost the team a penalty. >> not a pretty site, more from the ice and stand. good day everyone. it is, tuesday. >> it is tuesday, the 19th of april, 2016. >> you are trying to brighten up spirits with the bright yellow. >> you wore yellow first because i keep my suits and ties here at work. so i'm trying to match it. >> yes. >> i'm trying to lighten the mood. phillies lost too, sue. do you have any good news for us. >> i think nine out of ten.
>> okay. >> look at that. >> we are cooler then yesterday. there is, a little bit of a red flag warning out there with fire danger. not a great day, enjoy it. we have plenty of sunshine. we have rain to our north that is not expected to make its way here a little bit mild tore start the day. in philadelphia it is 55 degrees. we were right around 49 or 50 this time yesterday, 5 miles an hour wind. 64 percent relative humidity this number will go down today, the humidity, wind will go up as the day goes along. the sunrise time 6:17. checking in some other temperatures in mount pocono we are mild, 56 degrees, 50 in reading. 49 degrees in pottstown. it the is only 43 in millville. always chilly spot. forty-eight in wildwood, and temperatures as we mentioned about five to 7 degrees warmer, then they were yesterday, at this time. not a lot but a little bit. yes, it was a mild monday, with that high of 82 degrees.
normal high is 65. we are early to be in the 80's but it was delightful because the humidity was low, we mentioned that, so makes them feel a lot more comfortable then 82 we will get in the summertime when it is sticky out. seventy-five is our high. windy and dry throughout the afternoon. 7:44 is your sunset time. that is a good thursday for you. we will talk about our next chance of rain, coming up in the seven day forecast, bob kelly. >> i want to put down that fertilizer a and weed control. >> do it. >> the day before it rains. i will be watching very closely to sue's forecast. okay, thursday. good morning. it is tuesday. 5:02. getting up and out. we are opened for business on the vine street expressway. offer night crews have packed up the cones and headed home. probably ran out of coffee and doughnuts on top of that. no problems on the the blue route for the gang coming out of the mid county heading down toward the schuylkill expressway. little fender-bender north on i-95 at the woodhaven road interchange. a fire location in overbrook
with detours around 53rd and media. over in mount laurel this is left over from yesterday, a sewer break on hartford road is blocked at union mill road so for the morning rush hour use briggs, larchmont boulevard or arc road, to keep away from that delay, and then pothole patrol is coming back today, penndot right after the rush hour will work on 322, between the baltimore pike down to i-95, and then this stretch of 95 between the blue route and state line. otherwise, southbound i-95, no problems, leaving center city and in problems coming southbound on the turnpike and mass transit is also off to a good start. chris and lauren, back to you. we are following breaking news out of kensington the scene of the violent stabbing attack. >> this woman a woman is fighting for her life. dave kinchen is live on the scene at frankford avenue. good morning. >> reporter: a very violent scene here hain one that police say may have been captured by surveillance cameras like this one here along the 2900 block of frankford avenue.
here's what happened. we're told somehow this woman was found on frankford and then walk all the way about 75 f blood leading all the way to the side street where that police carries right there. you can see taillights, that is 2,000 block of stella, a side street where this woman had collapsed. police say this victim cannot speak because she has a 12-inch slash across her throat, they say that she is a jane dough she did not have any id on her. investigators say she walked a short distance after somehow being slashed by an unknown attacker. witnesses did see her and wrapped a towel around her throat, she then collapsed, she's in critical condition, at temple. no id on her. the woman is in her 30's. police don't know if she was stabbed somewhere else or slashed somewhere else and then dropped off at this location there was no motive. no suspect, no knife found at the scene. again several business was surveillance cameras that may have captured this incident,
east detectives, processing this scene. the victim under going surgery right now, police do not the know they could not say whether she will or she will not survive because she lost a lot of blood and a blood trail spanning 75 feet in this case right here, and that is the latest from the scene, police are still investigating as the victim is in surgery at this time. extremely critical condition. back to you. >> yeah. >> we're learning more about the man accused in the shooting of the philadelphia police officer. authorities say the 23 year-old has a very lengthy criminal record. >> court record show scott griffin was out on the street sunday night firing a gun at philadelphia police officer james mccollough. griffin has four prior arrests and was arrested just last month on weapons charges. sources say those charges were dismissed in court last week when two witnesses failed to show up to testify. griffin was released for jail before the d.a. could reinstate those charges.
head of the florida turned order of police tells fox 29 that the system is just broken. >> the about on the loom line is it is a revolving door with the criminal justice center system here in the the city. i mean, just charges dismissed bang he is out the next day and 14 priors at 23 years of age. when is enough enough. it doesn't look like it is working too well the system. >> officers caught up to griffin yesterday at 200 block of north alden taken him into custody. the authorities say else this used the gun he used. office are mccollough ace at home recovering from the gunshot wound to the head. a pretrial hearing set for survival lights accused of killing one pennsylvania state trooper, wounding another, eric frein is charged but pleaded not guilty to first degree murder and other related charges in the september 2014 ambush that killed state police corporal brian dick son and seriously injured alex douglass outside blooming grove barracks. frein was captured in october after a 48 day manhunt in the pocono mountains.
prosecutors now seeking the death penalty. more on our top store thinks morning, sad one, the city of trenton is remembering a beloved crossing guard, killed on the job monday afternoon. family members tell fox 29 that 51 year-old antonio weilly was hit by a koran stretch of highway i1929. intersection is so congested crossing guard are station there had 12 hours a day. he had been i guard there for at least eight years, family and friend are still coming to terms with his death. >> i'm totally shocked and i'm just saddened that someone would run light or go around the car and not knowing what is on the other side. >> i just can't believe i will never see him again a hh, so sad n word from police this morning if the driver will face charges but driver did stop right away. all right. let's turn to you decide coverage 2016. the just hours before new york voters head to the polls republican front runner donald trump has a major slip up. here it is.
>> i think what i want to do is i want to talk just for a second, i wrote this out, and it is very close to my heart because i was down there and i watched our police and our firemen down on 7-eleven down at the world trade center right after it came down and i saw the greatest people i have ever seen in action. >> well, trump referring to 9/11 the terror attacks as 711th during a rally in buffalo, insuring. the despite the blunder many experts say trump will win insuring bringing him within step close tore winning majority of the republican delegates. coming up at 5:30 we will look at where the rest of the candidates stand today the presidential candidates will turn their focus here to pennsylvania, there is stumping in philadelphia and all across our keystone state. >> according to the philadelphia republican party former presidential hopeful carli fiorina will speak on cruz behalf at a south philadelphia cocktail party around 6:00 p.m. sanders expect to speak at penn state recreational hall at state college. hillary clinton will be at
fillmore tomorrow and john kasich is returning to suburban philadelphia on thursday for a town hall on penn state's brandywine campus in media. still ahead a disturbing find inside a bucks county barn, what the spca did with dozens of exotic bird living in filth i conditions. police nab a trio of suspect bank robbers, how investigators said they used a local high school to pull off their heist. er ] thousands of blue tags. thousands of low prices. my giant.
good morning, the philadelphia zoo has a in addition. you have to wait a couple months to see this. >> there is a i between toys this story that i like. the zoo announced, a 21 year-old western lowland grill ace pregnant. baby is expected this fall. the here's how they confirmed it, they used an over the count are home pregnancy test that they is the same one the women use. >> like ept. >> that is it. then doctors took ultrasound images and found out there is a baby inside there. >> that is cute. >> i know. >> great. >> i wonder how they did that though. >> like i said, how do they know when that primate is going to go. >> to the bathroom. >> yes,. >> yes, to put the tip in the stream. >> it is interesting, but they know all about those animals,
sue serio. >> things that make you go um. >> um. >> we have a red flag warning for practically, well, yeah, the entire area for gusty wind and low humidity today, that increases the danger of fire. so just a tiny spark can turn into something big, unwanted, got to be extra careful on a day like today. it will be comfortable at least with the low humidity and won't be quite as warm as yesterday. jet stream coming further south, so with the cloud it will cool us off a little bit today and wind will pick up, blowing all of the pollen around. yeah, we have high levels of pollen, even through friday and friday is the day we expect rain, probably saturday will lower levels a little bit the but we can see clouds around this morning. it is all part of the cold front that will be making its way through this morning and just cooling us down a couple of degrees from yesterday, meaning that we won't get back to the 80's but it is still a pretty nice day. we are starting off with 55 degrees in philadelphia 56
in mount pocono. fifty-one in lancaster and dover. 48 degrees in wildwood. that is how we are beginning our day, wind are not as high as they are going to be later on. average high temperature 65 degrees. the it looks like we will probably peak for the week, it was 82 degrees yesterday. that steady climb, all the way from wednesday, of last week which i believe might have been last time, tuesday was the last time we had any rain around here. so the next chance is not until friday. so we have decent days today, tomorrow and thursday. friday we will get some rain around, it looks like it is gone by the weekend and another chance on monday, so one day out of seven with some rain, and doesn't sound too bad, bob kelly. >> not at all, just this time a nice dry weekend for kid for soccer, t ball and all that good stuff. >> 5:14 on a tuesday. we are getting up a and out live look at 42 freeway starting to see volume pop here. flood of the white lights heading in toward
philadelphia. no problems in bucks county good morning to you route one super highway up there near neshaminy mall. mass transit looking good. septa, patco, new jersey transit so far so good. first trains out of the gate with no delays. coming out of northeast philadelphia, down through center city, blue route in, problems at all. i-95 they have picked up cones near 42, new jersey turnpike looking good this morning. left over, right there 422 at collegeville and we will pull that parachute court, ready, lauren. ready. pull it. >> let's go. >> we will get for a fly. where do you want to land. >> airport so we can jump right on the plane. >> boom, kelly drive, repaving project there, close enough. we didn't land in the the water. we will watch for repaving project, continuing on this week. the chris and lauren, back to you. >> thanks very much, bob. to the flyers, they have had a tough time with the washington capitols. they lost game three. >> we are making national headlines, for this.
these little bracelets handed out, thrown on to the ice. everyone is talking about this. steve keeley is in olde city with i guess reaction, to what is going on. are you talking about the national reaction to another bad display from philadelphia. >> reporter: we just met al morganty the long time hockey analyst and new member of the morning team here at wip and we will have his comments all morning and starting in a half an hour and one of the things i can tell you is he just talked about this is latest in the long line of fan behavior and worst of all time, no. but here we go. we will take a hit for it he says. he says the team itself no miracle on icy doesn't expect just more melting on ice. well, flyers ice girls were like streets and sanitation department work are cleaning up the ice after the fans threw those free give away light up wrist band on the ice and late in the game, look at the video third period flyers down five-one at the times. fans are not too happy and the
shot of one of the capitals players getting medical checked on the been after getting boarded and then bombarded by fans and listen to the a announcers, pa announcer lou noland and game a announcers. >> they are throwing the bracelets that were given out. >> it lies up when they are dark. >> this won't take long, the referees will give flyers a minor penalty. it happens in the league in florida near the end of the season. >> the rats, plastic rats. they are informing the crowd about the penalty. >> the fans continue to throw the bracelets down on the ice. >> reporter: you heard right, the flyers fans actually got a
penalty for delay of game because they didn't listen to lou noland and they continued to throw stuff on to the ice. what makes this maybe so uncool for the flyers fancies that it happened on the first night, first game, first time flyers and their fans all got together since ed snider died last week. started out nice and solemn and end up real embarrassing, something ed snider would have been a shame of for sure. >> two things about these bracelets one they look like ice, they are a white color. the other thing is they are a hard plastic. so these being thrown and hitting someone in the face could really hurt. >> reporter: yes, it will make all the teams in fill thinking twice about giving away anything can this bobble head make it from the bleachers in left field to the players in the outfield, things like that, and that is a shame but that is how they have to think. good thing is sunday those things the fanatic, flare hair they give away, that doesn't have a lot of throwing
capability, ten or 12 feet tops. >> thanks, steve. >> police call the actions of a philadelphia a father, careless and reckless after he is shot and killed his four year-old daughter. >> police say maurice phillips was waving a gun around in the room, where seven children were watching television, this is in kensington. the gun went off and bullet hit his four year-old daughter, in the head, killing her immediately. then, detectives say, the dad tried to pin opinion the shooting on his five-year old sister. a backhoe operator had a right to be on the track during the weekend, amtrak train crashed right in philadelphia. new ntsb report says track where backhoe was operating was shut down a at times during a 55 hour maintenance window no word whether the track was closed a at the exact time of the crash. the train was going 106 miles an hour when it slammed in the backhoe april 3rd in chester. backhoe operator and supervisor died, more than 40 people were hurt, amtrak has since ordered rail workers to
get retrained on basic safety rules. three suspected bank robbers finally caught, we have showed you this last month, two men dressed as woman and woman carrying a large silver revolver burst into this west deptford bank, they forced employees in the the back room, opened up the vault and got away with close to $150,000 cash, police tell us they have caught all but they said their investigation revealed another crime, as those suspects, prepared for their big bank hit. all right. officers say within days of the robbery in west deptford last month they taught latoyia bryson, travis standback and kwame jackson. surveillance cameras helped track them down to their getaway cars. they say they connect one of the suspects to a prepaid cell phone used to make an anonymous bomb threat at a local high school, a weak before the robbery. the school was evacuated but nothing was ever found. police say that suspect travis standback admitted that he called in the threat to see how police responded. so they would know what was
coming during the bank robbery. investigators have not found money that they stole, they are still looking for a fourth suspect connect to the robbery and bomb threat 25 year-old char man standback. bucks county man facing animal cruelty charges a after authorities seized dozens of exotic bird during a raid. thirty-five mccalls, african grays, cock a toes and now being cared for by spca. they were removed from a barn, last friday in bucks county. investigators say they were severely neglect living in filth, kept in dark colored cages with very little light. spca has filed 35 charges of animal cruelty against 59 year-old edward mcardle the alleged owner of those bird. agency is now looking for donations to care for them as well as a new home. 5:21. the flyers they are not the only philadelphia team struggling right now, the troubles the phillies had in their game against the mets coming up, in sports in a minute. >> but first here are your winning lottery numbers. good luck.
midway through the second, um-hmm, ovechkin gets the puck, shoots, scores that was a soft goal. washington scores five of nine times on the power play. players sounded defeated, on that play getting defeated on that power play. >> how many goals they scored on the power play, you can tell, it makes a difference. special teams is a big part in the playoffs. when you are not discipline you will get punish. >> okay, phillies struggled last night too david wright had two home runs. mets had four home runs as a team and they beat phillis five-two. that is sports in a minute. i'm howard eskin. well, howard just talked about the game last night perhaps one of the most touching moments of the flyers game came from lauren h art. >> ♪ my home sweet home
>> after the traditional singing of god bless america, hart turned around to reveal she was wearing a jersey with the late ed snider's name on it. hart posted this picture with the closer look at the jersey, the number 67 represents the first year that the team played in the nhl. >> h art face timed snider for last flyers home game of the regular season, so she could bring that atmosphere here to him in the final days of his life. >> in the nhl they have typically one singer who is the home singer there like in baseball, they sing national anthem different, every game, but hart has been there for years now. if you are looking for a job we have good news at philadelphia international airport what you can do if you want to apply. we are following breaking news, women violently attacked in kensington how it left her unable to speak.
penalty. good day it is, tuesday, april 19th, 2016, the day after, tax day. all of the accountants finally able to breathe a sigh of relief. >> let's celebrate. >> let's lift the mood, elevate we have bright yellow colors on some one just said we look very cheery. >> oh, good. >> sue serio, we can cheer the weather. nine out of ten. >> we are doing a nine out of ten. we are off to a cloudy start. we reverse what buddy haddon yesterday, it was a flyers jersey, phillies hat. we reversed them hoping to give them different luck. phillies back in action tonight against the mets. it is a cloudy start. temperatures in the 40's and 50's, milder then yesterday, more cloud on the map then what we saw yesterday, precipitation to the north which will stay there, so nothing to war about there with rain, 55 degrees, only five mild an hour now, wind will pick up, relative humidity will get down, we will have a pretty dry day and
that gives us a red flag warning with fire danger. we will talk about that coming up. mid 50's in philadelphia. fifty in reading. fifty-one lancaster. down in wilmington 49, only 43 in millville, at the moment these temperatures are a little bit milder then it was yesterday. 7 degrees warmer inner some places. it was sure a mild monday. how did you like that 82 degrees, yesterday. not quite as mild today but 75, still well above the average of 65, sunset time 7:44. the wind will pick up throughout the day, so, maybe not the best hair day, but, we will talk about the rain, that is coming, and end of the week bob kelly so i'm telling you right now thursday is your fertilizer, on your lawn day. >> fertilize thursday so it the gets in the ground. >> there you go. >> sue with your green thumb tip of the day, 5:31. good morning. hopefully your lawn will look good. right new we are lag good here 26th and pen rose in southwest
philadelphia side on the platt bridge, starting to see volume all around the board as we get ready for the rush hour. ben franklin bridge looking good, no problems coming in the city. left over from yesterday in mount laurel, new jersey hartford roadblocked at union mill road. they had a sewer break. use briggs, larchmont boulevard or arc road is a an alternate. in overbrook a fire location at 53rd and media, no problems coming out of the villanova heading south the on the blue route, broad street subway market frankford line, trains are running with no delays, regional rails, patco, new jersey transit, off to a good start, in problems down to the northeast on i-95, we are looking good on the new jersey turnpike, chris and lauren, back to you. we are following breaking news out of kensington scene of the very violent stabbing attack. >> details are horrific. a woman is fighting for her life, dave kinchen from the scene at frankford avenue crossing our fingers, because this doesn't sound good. >> reporter: no, it does not.
police said they don't know if she's going to make it. the she's in surgery right now this happened on the 2900 block of frankford where we are right now and police believe surveillance cameras like this one here may have captured this incident which started, would the man was on the 2900 block of frankford and her throat was slashed and then we're told she ended up walking down this street the side street here in the 2,000 block of stella where she had collapsed. the victim cannot speak because of a 12-inch gash around her throat. investigators say she walked a short distance from frankford to the two you this block of stella, a side street leaving a trail of blood about 75 feet long. the witnesses see her and wrapped her in a towel and she's in critical condition. no id at this time. police did not find an id on her. we know she's in her 30's. police do not know if she was stabbed here and dropped off at her location. no motive, suspect or knife found at the scene but
surveillance cameras in the area police believe may have captured something, east detectives, they are handling the investigation at this point and the victim is undergoing surgery at a hospital right now but again, police do not know if she will survive her injuries, back to you. >> so sad, tragic, dave, thanks for that update. 5:34 is the time. lets turn to this, the philadelphia flyers played their first home game playoff, since the passing of the beloved owner ed snider, of course. >> the team honored the owner in the pregame ceremony that included a emotional video tribute. >> ♪
>> after the slide show a moment of silence in memory of snider. >> his initials were on the ice behind both goals. >> and then they had to play the game. this was supposed to be really, ting it up for a great, great night there the a the wells fargo center and turned into a nightmare. game three was an embarrassment for players and fans. the final score was six-one, right. it wasn't even that close to be honest. and it was ugly on the ice as they just for the and then it bowled over and then the team actually got penalized by it own fans. >> a penalty given to the flyers as fans continue to throw things to the ice. >> five on three now guys good three straight losses for flyers against the capitals, final score six-one.
they will play thursday night at home, they have got to turn it around, players and fans for that matter. >> ahead of game four the philadelphia flyers looking to get fans to get flyered up. they will give away free t-shirts at the porch at 30th street station. all you have to does show up around noon time hour and one lucky winner will walk away with in the the just a t-shirt but a pair of tickets to that game. >> all right. still ahead amazon, the video streaming service is looking to take some of netflix customers straight ahead.
let's check your health, children with same sex parents have no significant differences from those with different sex parents. researchers took a look at 19 seer he household analyzed partner relationship, parent/child relationship and they focused on children's health. they have coping skills and their learning behavior. study found no differences in family relationships, or the child's outcome. >> you know what kids need. >> what. >> they need a soft place to land. they need caring, loving, parents, in matter what, someone to listen to them. another huge company is working, to get healthier food to their visitors, walt disney has vowed to only use cage free eggs in their u.s. parks and cruise line by the end of this year. this word comes afternoon in profit called humane league pushed for the cage free policy. >> well, amazon says they will
try to take some of the audience from netflix. they are offering a stand alone video service, a little bit cheaper. it will be 8.99. >> 9.9 9a in for netflix and then they have ultra package of $2 more than that, at this point. so, the amazon version is dollar less than netflix library, you would have had to buy an am zone prime membership that is 99 bucks a year but those rules are changing. you can get all of the perks of prime for inly fee instead of paying it all up front that will cost you $10.99 a month and gets you two day free shipping on everything you buy on that site. >> what about this target employees about to get bigger paychecks. that is always good news. discount retailers, has bring wages to $10 an hour. second hike this year. they can thank job pressure and labor groups for that raise. until now target's minimum wage has been $9 an hour.
following in the footsteps of favorite restaurant, cvs says we will offer you curb side pick up, services called cvs express gives customers a chance to order most items through main cvs smart phone app and deliver right tour car when you pull up. prescription drugs must be sold in store or, during that drive through window. >> you can see where if you are running low or milk, right in the fridge you might want to pull up and don't want to get kid out of the car. >> yeah. >> all eyes are on new york as voters head to the polls for today's primary which candidates are expect to inch closer to the party nomination.
a little bob seager for you, a live look at wilmington delaware. >> well, the the good kid, from thomas edison charter school, went to the championship for chess in indianapolis, indiana and they won. >> love it. they tied for first. national chess champions. >> tied for first you are still a winner, right. >> right. lets go to houston, texas where flooding has turned deadly. man, five people killed there one family put their child in the plastic tub you can see right there just to escape that water, more than a foot of rain has fallen covering entire neighborhood and water. >> one couple put their kid in
refrigerator to get to dry land. do what you have to do. drivers throughout houston got stuck in the high water and one reporter took matters in their own hand to get one man out of the sinking car and he made it out minutes before his car went under. >> wow. >> wow. >> unbelievable. >> and then to do the interview can i get the exclusive now, sir. >> yes. >> wow. >> it is just flood waters by their very nature, justin crease so quickly that it happens, so you are driving down the road and then all of a sudden there you are, at least that turned out okay. now we will look ahead to some mild weather coming our way. we are 16 days away from when sunset is at 8:00 p.m.,
officially fifth of may. mothers day, may eighth, only nine shopping days. memorial day is 41 days a iowa. this year on the 31st of may. now we have a red flag warning in effect. we told but this we have two factors that go into this, high wind and low humidity, it makes it very dry out. it has been since last week since we had any rain at all, so that increases fire danger just to one person doing something unwise with the cigarette like throwing it out window not good, it could start a forest fire. not kidding. be careful out there we have cloud around this morning, anticipating a dry, cold front coming through again with the dry but not -- pretty comfortable for most part this morning 567895 in philadelphia mid 50's in mount pocono. it is cooler in wilmington where it is 49, 43 in millville, new jersey. wind are not that high but we expect them to pick up 20 to 30 miles an her wind gusts later on. 75 degrees today.
cooler then yesterday's 82 but still nice and bit cooler then that on wednesday, tomorrow, and then we have one more nice day, on thursday, and anticipating some rain rolling in on friday, probably not the a lot of rain but enough, to cool us down a little bit and should be gone by saturday afternoon at the very latest, it may link inner to saturday morning leading up to a superb sunday and another chance of showers monday. that is your weather authority forecast, bob kelly, are they behaving themselves out there. >> so far, so good, it has been quiet. we will take it. 5:47 as we say good morning to fort washington and live look at route 309, for the gang coming down toward the turnpike accounts starting to see some volume pop up though even here on i-95 riding brakes from cottman avenue through the construction zone, heading down in through center city. coming in from new jersey, 295, 55, nothing out of the ordinary there. however, in mount laurel a sewer break has hartford road closed at union mill
road. use briggs, larchmont or arc road this morning through mount laurel. fire location in overbrook at 53rd and media street. then the grilled cheese tour continues, we're loading up the bus and we are going to wilmington to the world cafe live, where they will have samples of their fantastic grilled cheese items, more than one, on the menu, for this weekend. the broad street market frankford line, regional rail lines are all off to a good start. check with the airport we are good to go if you are flying out of philadelphia this morning. chris and lauren, back to you. hundreds of job openings the at philadelphia international airport will apply today at annual job fair. businesses at the airport need to fill 400 positions including 200 with the police department, they are looking for customer service represent, servicer, cosmetologist, managers and lots more, is there something for all levels of experience and salary. it is being held at liacouras
sent their starts at ten, and you sound like we are preaching to you but you have to remember wear your business a tire and write your resume. >> cosmetologist a at the airport, that a pope eighth, convenient too. >> they have massage parlors. >> if you fly down to atlanta to see someone you are interested in. >> or my mom. >> you can get your hair done right before you get off the plane. you decide 2016. new yorkers will head to the polls today. democrats and republicans, they are still fighting over party nomination. "fox news" correspondent kelly wright has more from the empire state. >> reporter: presidential primary season hasn't gone this long in generations but new yorkers will finally get the a voice today, in the deciding the party nominees. for the republicans, donald trump is trying to win more states while senator ted cruz is planning to win at the convention. >> cruz is playing small ball, right. he is working the individual states, arcane process by which delegates are actually selected and he is doing a good job. >> reporter: trump is expected to win his home state as cruz
previously slammed new york values at a debate last year. >> we will show ted cruz who hates new york, hates new york, when you look at that debate and you you see the way he talked about us, and new york values. >> reporter: meantime tight race on the democratic side, with more delegates at stake. hillary clinton's campaign is reportedly nervous, about bernie sanders closing in on her, as vermont senator continues to question her ties to wall street. >> if you give a speech to $225,000, it must be an extraordinary speech. i think the secretary should share that speech with a all of us. >> clinton is hoping to end his winning streak today, and wrap up the primary season so she can start focusing on the generally lex. >> then new york, parks
connecticut, rhode island, delaware and maryland and on to california. >> after today five primaries will be held next tuesday throughout the northeast. in new york, kelly wright, "fox news". all right. and two of the five are here in the delaware valley, pennsylvania and delaware. you heard that mentioned from hillary clinton. we will have the results tonight at ten. up to the minute results. contest with the candidates reaction toss what happens in insuring today, and for the very latest, as always, go to fox 29.com, lauren. >> top executive of campbell's soup join other corporations in the north carolina law. the president and ceo of the camden based, company is among more than 160 executives to sign the open letter. in it they urged a repeal have the law that requires transgendered people to use bathrooms corresponding to the sex on their birth certificate. policy bans lgbt people from filing bias lawsuit. campbell's is a major employer in north caroline, about 850 workers are employed at a
production plant there. 5:52. that same anti lgbt bill has another big name band canceling its concert, pearl jack says they will no longer play thursday's concert in raleigh-durham. band calls the law a despicable piece of legislation that encourages discrimination against an entire group of american citizens. so it will give money to local groups to oppose the law. by the way bruce springsteen, ringo star have also canceled shows in that state. speaking of entertainment, dorris roberts played the nosey mom in everybody loves raymond has died. i met her several years ago. she was 90 years old. she died peacefully in her sleep of natural causes. roberts most iconic role earned her seven emmy nominations. she was married twice and survived by her son, daughter in law and three grandchildren. still ahead school administrators unveiling a
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big hit there by bellmawr. >> it will start a scuffle. >> close to a riot. it was, for the players, and the fans. man, last night's playoff game against the capitals got national attention for all of the wrong reasons. >> i went to a fight and a hockey game broke out, and then this. breaking news this morning a woman slashed in the throat, walks nearly 100 feet before being saved. how philadelphia police are hoping to catch the person behind this. and we're learning more about the man a accused of shooting a philadelphia police officer, suspect is in jail just days before the shooting, why he was back outside on the street. he had been a rested 14 times. straight up 6:00 o'clock, good day everybody. it is tuesday april 19th, 2016. hold a second. >> i got this news from south philadelphia a, the capitals just scored again. >> oh. >> that kind of