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to him days before he died that could be a clue as to what went wrong. a teen dies after fight at a local high school. her grieving father's biggest question tonight. your news in 30 seconds. ♪ right now following two major developing stories a teenager beaten so bad until her high school bathroom she later died. her heart broken dad sits down
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with fox 29. on the right the music that stunned the music world. prince debtor at 57. >> he was found dead at his recording studio outside minneapolis, minnesota. many fans are gathering to night at the minneapolis club where prince shot one of his most famous video purple rain. the roads around the club are shut down right now. good evening, i'm lucy noland. >> i'm iain page. we're learning new details tonight about the days before his death. here's what we know tonight. prince was found unresponsive inside an elevator at this suburban minneapolis compound this morning. he died a half hour later. we do not know how he died. an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow. he did cancel appearances earlier this month saying it was the flu and tonight tmz is reporting prince was treated for a drug overdose less than week ago. >> tmz says his private jet made an emergency landing in illinois friday. sources are telling tmz he was rushed to the hospital where he was given a quote save shot often given to counteract the effects of an opiate.
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doctors wanted him to stay in the hospital for 24 hours. when he can't not get private room he left and flu home. fox 29's shawnette wilson has been speaking to many who know prince's impact in our area. first hand live at the belmont plateau tonight. shawnette. >> reporter: lucy, local radio stations as you can imagine spent the day airing tributes to prince an artist who left an undeniable mark on the music world. ♪ >> sounds of music icon dominating the air waves after news of the death of prince. >> prince, the icon, we lost him today. >> reporter: wdas radio host tony brown says it's shane the music world. >> playing him for whole show and, um, only to say he's gone. >> reporter: tonight typically throw back thursday on brown's show. >> we are remembering him musically through the night. >> reporter: but instead he's
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throwing back to songs by prince who brown says had a diverse fan base. >> prince played r and b, pop, rock and role, jazz, i mean, whatever he wanted to play, he went into all realms of music. >> reporter: at wpn radio dan read speaks to his listeners about the artist who he says was more than a pop star. >> he was a producer. he was a an a ranger. he was an entrepreneur. he started his own label. had his own recording company up there. found so many other different artists. he was multi facetted and tremendously talented. >> reporter: read calls him a true musician. >> he had music flowing through his veins and there's -- that stuff is not teachable. it's just in you and he had it it's very sad. >> reporter: gone at 57 prince leaves behind time less music. >> we can always go back to the
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music and remember them. >> reporter: and back here live, many fans agree that prince's music is time less. they say most of his hits from the '80s still sound fresh today. lucy? >> all right, thank you very much, shawnette. president barack obama has released a statement regarding the death of prince reading in part "as one of the most gifted and prolific musicians of our time, he did it all. if you know. r and b. rock and roll. he was the have you to you woe so instrumental lift a brilliant band leader and a electrifying performer. joyce evans sat down with prince when he performed in south philadelphia back in 2004. here's some video from inside the wachovia center 12 years ago. it's now the wells fargo center. prince telling us he had so many hits he struggled to even fit them all into his concert set list. >> we're going to have to retire some of this music pretty soon i keep making music. not many artists have as long a
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career as i have. it's a blessing so i'm trying to make room for the new music that we have. there's so much in the catalog now that there's never enough time to get to everything people want to hear. >> so many hits on 39 albums released over his nearly four decade career. a little later in this newscast, we'll take you live to minnesota where fans are mourning. our coverage continues online. there you can find a slide show of prince's iconic images to the tributes pouring in you'll find it all on holding hands, heads abouted in prayer hundreds came together to remember a local teen killed after a fight in the bathroom at her wilmington high school. her family tells us the victim is amy francis joyner she just turned 16 years old. she was beaten in the bathroom and died at the hospital. tonight fellow students and the community are simply study. >> we're fed up, we're sad about
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the whole situation, you know, it's heartbreaking to send your child to school and not for her to come back home. >> parents and fellow students are left wondering what exactly happened in that bathroom. we spoke to her father tonight about the moment he got the phone call something was wrong. but we begin with karen hepp who breaks down what we know right now. >> reporter: when the victim was found in the school bathroom, she was still alive police say. but the beating the 16-year-old had sustained at the hands of other girls was deadly. the satisfy more from howard high school technology died here at ai dumont children's hospital. mayor dennis williams says all of wilmington grieves for her family. >> because i -- i know what she would be going through. >> reporter: panic struck parents raced to the school as word of the tragedy spread. broken hearted and overwhelmed. >> i feel like i'm going to pass out. >> you have to worry about your
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child leaving home and if they're going to return. >> reporter: right now police headquarters they're interviewing possible suspects. all students, all girls. >> our investigators are looking into the incident to find out what actually took place. >> reporter: forensic teams gathered evidence while homicide detectives and violent crimes units investigated. students were sent home the whole school community shane. >> i'm lost. >> reporter: bellamy knew the victim season in disbelief. >> like i wouldn't expect she was good grades, good person, very respectful. >> parents send their kids off to school they expect them to come home safe. this is a very tragic situation here. i mean all the way around. >> reporter: karen hepp reports classes at the school are also canceled tomorrow. it's unclear tonight what started the fight that ended 16-year-old amy francis joyner's life but tonight her dad is remembering her as bright and loving. our jennifer joyce sat down with him tonight and jennifer is live in wilmington tonight with that.
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jennifer? >> reporter: good evening, iain and he is just heart broken and shocked. amy's father says that she had a bright future cut way too short. he cannot fathom why this had to happen. >> she's a very good girl and she's on honor roll. i think this is a dream and i'm trying to wake up. >> reporter: heart broken father sonny francis speaking out about the death of his daughter amy 1684 old beaten this morning inside of a bathroom at howard high school of technology according to wilmington police. >> all i know is my daughter gone. and she was the love of my life. and it hurts. >> reporter: francis says his daughter was great student. a loving teenager who was into fashion and was very close with her family. especially her mother who dropped her off at school this morning not knowing she would never see amy again. francis said there was no indication that anything bad was going on in her life. this tragedy comes with many questions.
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>> i thought that the schools were safe place that you can drop your kids off and they would come home after school. but apparently that's not the case with some of the schools now. the children are out of control. >> reporter: police said they were interviewing several students about the deadly beating and have not revealed any details about a possible motive. francis says he's cooperating with police and can't comment on the investigation itself except to say this should not have happened. >> this is inn imageable that i won't be talking to amy tonight. >> reporter: and of course, police are still working on their investigation to try to get to the bottom of this. iain? >> i'll take it, jenny. just absolutely utterly heartbreaking. on your radar night get ready for rain. let's take live look at trenton. we are dry for now, but kathy that is going to change tomorr
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tomorrow. um-hmm. yes, it is. for now we're talking about dry conditions and low humidity out there. but the clouds are rolling in. a few sprinkles high up in the atmosphere the main event will come in during the day tomorrow. right now still warm, 65 in philadelphia. 60 in ac. wrightstown 62. in the poconos it's 60 degrees. watch our temperatures during the early morning hours. really not fall that that much with the cloud cover and the strong southerly wind in philadelphia we will be waking up to 61 degrees. and then the rain will be coming in. so coming up we'll be tracking and timing out the rain for the day. dry for the morning rush, but not for the afternoon. weekend weather coming up and we are going for 80 degrees again in the seven day. i'll show when you later in the broadcast. see you then. >> kathy, thank you. you decide 2016. presidential candidates are now focused on pennsylvania as voters head to the polls in the keystone state on tuesday. candidates are campaigning throughout the state to gain more support. coming off a loss in new york
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bernie sanders held three town halls today. the first in scranton then the vermont senator was off to reading to speak to a large crowd outside santander performing arts center. sanders held another town hall earlier tonight at the philadelphia expo center in oa oaks. >> gop frontrunner trump held a recall toll night at the pennsylvania farm show complex in harrisburg. he loves pennsylvania. and mentioned his time at the wharton school in philadelphia. most polls show him with a double digit lead over his gop rifles in the keystone state. trump has rally tomorrow in harrington, delaware. meanwhile republican rival governor john kasich was in media today. he made a campaign stop at the campus of penn state brandywine. political pundants call kasich a long shot for his party's nomination he's polling in second place for the gop behind trump in the state. voters in pennsylvania and delaware head to the polls next tuesday for their primaries. fox 29 will have full election coverage starting in our 10:00 o'clock news.
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♪ >> racing at more than 100 miles an hour this motorcyclist recorded his whole wild ride. weaving past cars, riding the yellow line. what he didn't see that might have him in a whole lot of trouble. >> one boss tries to reward his employees but it ends badly. what he handed out as a bonus that's not only illegal it's down right dangerous. >> and crews tear down house and start crushing all of the debr debris. what they heard coming from under the rubble that sparked a last second rescue. and it was his dream come true playing for the philadelphia eagles until serious injury took him off the field for good. >> i just remember lying on the turf screaming the pain was just unbearable. >> how he turned everything around and is now making history in south jersey.
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♪ i just couldn't believe it. i didn't believe it. he was just here saturday. he was just here saturday. the stunning news that has rock the music world. the legend prince has died and right now we still don't know why the music icon has passed on. >> crowds gathering laying flowers at prince's studio where authorities found him today. fox's ted, live outside the studio near minneapolis. ted, what's happening there right now? what's the mood like? >> reporter: iain and luce cease it's been 11 hours since prince was pronounced dead here at paisley park and the crowd only continuing to gather here. you can see it behind me here.
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what you probably can't see through the camera is that the front of paisley park is lit up in purple lights as it is every night here. the on difference tonight being, upping, the first night without prince here. so instead his fans bringing the extra purple people dropping off purple flowers, purple balloons. other purple items and then they're standing around and they're sharing stories about prince and that's what i think people who aren't from here don't realize is that people in minnesota they actually knew the guy because he would open up paisley park to strangers and have these kind of late night parties. he would -- just saturday night, he would show up at music clubs. he showed taupe minneapolis jazz club just tuesday night. people saw him out and about town. talked to one person who saw him riding his bike pretty much where i'm standing on monday night. so prince had a significant presence here. so i think that's why his absence is hitting so hard here. back to you.
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>> ted, appreciate it. since the moment the news came out tributes have been pouring in for the music legend. take a look at the cover of new yorker magazine. a solid purple with rain falling down. >> incredible image. the tweet reads, a purple nebula in honor of prince who passed away today the hubble space tell scone captured this picture. >> google spelled out in purple with purple raindrops pouring across the image. our coverage continues on our website and tomorrow morning on the fox 29 morning news and "good day philadelphia". new details in the kidnapping of a two-year-old boy in chester county. this shows a tredyffrin township police officer carrying the child away from the man who police say abducted him. they say he's the mother's boyfriend. and that he pushed her out of the way to get into her father's house. then snatched the toddler and the woman's puppy. police later pulled over the boyfriend on route 202 and say the toddler was sitting in the front seat, no car seat and the
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puppy was there as well both were fine. police say larry sample is not the child's dad. prosecutors have charged him with kidnapping and related offenses. the man who flew a gyrocopter through restricted air space before landing at the us capitol will spend 120 days in jail. a judge sentenced 62-year-old douglas hughes today. he admits he was trying to call attention to the influence of big money in politics. boy did he get attention. u.s. postal service mail carrier flew the aircraft from gettysburg, pennsylvania, to washington, d.c. in april of 2015. a septa transit officer is okay after he was stuck with a needle. authorities tell us the officer was checking a man that was unconscious in upper darby this afternoon when he was pricked by the needle that was in the man's pocket. medics determined the man had od pods on heroin they gave him narcan. we do not know his condition. the officer was checked at a hospital and released. much better tonight but it was a tough go on the garden state parkway near stafford township this afternoon.
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you can easily tell why right there. fox 29 viewer todd stevens sent this in. a car fully engulfed in flames right there on the side of the road near exit 63. no one is hurt. you can see in the video one lane of the road was shut down. but did reopen earlier tonight. well, congestion has eased a little bit on the delaware memorial bridge. crews are making emergency repairs. officials say three of four lanes are now open wonderful because it was reverted last night. still drivers have been taking it easy during the day around the construction zone on the southbound lanes. workers are fixing suspension ropes vital thing they have to do it. left rape will stay closed until further notice. officials are asking drivers to stay cautious while crews are working. philadelphia celebrating a successful first year of the bike sharing service indigo and now officials are focused on expanding it to even more people. the mayor and other city leaders turned out for the first birthday party today at race street peer the site of one of indigo's new docking station.
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24 new stations will be part of the expansion and officials announce the additional of access cards that allow users to rider bikes at a cost of $5 a month. >> what we're saying we want all philadelphians which has a poverty rate nearly 25%. we want all palistinean toss use the indigo system not just for certain people in certain communities. this is for everyone. >> new stations will include east fairmount park, strawberry mansion and brewery town. funding for the expansion was provided in part by a grant from the william penn foundation indigo is a sponsor of fox 29. it's a big night for some talented local girls about to hit the world stage. >> they're headed to disneywor disneyworld. norristown state all stars sending two cheerleading teams and one dance team to the cheerleading and dance world of disney they are the best of the best in our area and they're going for their first win on the world stage it real sal world stage down there in florida. 500 teams are competing on 13
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countries. so good luck, ladies. police say they found this guy naked inside a home that wasn't his. what cops say he did inside that caused thousands of dollars in damage. and quite a scene played out in this tunnel when this bus caught fire. the driver would not put it out. what's oh and that bus that makes this even scarier. >> you want to rest up before your next trip? one airline has got the answer. the personalized pod that they hope you'll climb inside to sleep in. >> interesting. now with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly. hey, good evening, everybody. get ready for some line painting coming our way again tomorrow. penndot will be out on both the schuylkill and the vine expressway probably during the morning hours. once that rain comes in, not able to do any painting later on in the afternoon. that emergency construction continues with lane restrictions on the delaware memorial bridge into delaware and over the weekend septa will kick in new schedules on the norristown high
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struggles to battle flames on his bus. fire engulfed the bus carrying 48 children. the driver tried to put the fire out with an extinguisher but that was unsuccessfully. thankfully no injuries were reported. the u.s. border patrol is just released video taking you inside a drug tunnel in southern california. authorities believe it's the longest tunnel ever built be 19 a border it stretches half mile. it includes lights, ventilation, even an elevator. a large commercial trash bin hid the north end and that bin doubled as a container for narcotics. agents found 11,000 pounds of marijuana and 2200 pounds of cocaine. they arrested six people. demolition crew started tearing down home and trailer then heard something in the rubble. >> a man screaming for help. the crew hired by a city near detroit first tore down the home then they came back the next day to remove and crush the debris. they pulled trailer on the party to compressor and they were starting to crush it when they heard a man screaming. turns out a homeless man had
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crawled into the trailer and no one new. he was just seconds from being crushed to death. the man is well known in the neighborhood. >> he's like part of the family. he comes down and gets some food and come over for the holidays, and yeah, he was just like family. >> he was rushed to the hospital with several broken bones and cuts on his face but he's in stable condition tonight. take look at this guy. wilmington police say he was a one man crime spree. nice mug shot. what he's accused of of swiping across the city before cops caught up to him. dream come true playing fort philadelphia eagles until serious injury took him off the field for g how he turned everything around and now making history in south jersey. >> kathy. >> we're tracking warmth, wind and rain for your friday. here's the front that will bring it into the delaware valley. plus the weekend forecast and going for 80 again. we'll be right back.
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♪ right now at 10:30, breaking news in south philadelphia. philadelphia police tell us that man was shot in the ankle on the 2400 block of reid street. he was rush to the in a car to the university of pennsylvania hospital. they didn't eat even wait for an ambulance. the man stable right now. no arrests have been made but police are investigating. >> police caught the guy behind a zero receives burglars in new castle county. this guy paul lally had snatched a ton of yard maintenance equipment including lawnmowers and chain sauce. they say he stole stuff from people' cars for the past two weeks. police investigated burglaries in four wilmington neighborhoods and they say once they tracked down lally they found stolen goods inside his home. scores of people flocking to south philadelphia today to remember flyers founder ed snider. he died early last week after battle with cancer. >> fox 29's dawn timmeney shows
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us he'll be remembered for bringing hockey to philadelphia and a whole lot more. >> reporter: it wouldn't be a tribute to ed snider the man who brought ice hockey to philadelphia without lauren heart flyers long-time anthem any of the performing god bless america ♪ god bless america >> reporter: thousands pouring into to say goodbye and thank you to an extraordinary man. flyers players remembering their number one fan. >> just his passion. not just for hockey, live, and community, the city, his family, the organization. his passion for everything did he in life. >> i think my fondest memory coming to philadelphia flyers and winning our first game and just seeing the owner of the team kepinol dressing room and shaking everyone's hand. i thought that was awesome. >> reporter: ed snider did a lot for philadelphia. but one of his proudest accomplishments creating the ed snider youth hockey foundation
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in 2005. it gives intercity children a chance to learn the game and important life lessons. reyes says it saved her life. >> hope, promise and possibilities soon began replace my depression and despair reyes remembers writing ed snider a letter as a kid which resulted in her meeting him. it turned out to be a game changer for the girl from kensington. >> i am very proud to say that i'm the first snider hockey kid to go to college and i'm even prouder to say that many have followed. >> ed snider was huge family man. six children, 15 grandchildren. his grandson jake performing at today's tribute. his daughter lindy thanking those who came out to bid her father a final farewell. >> whatever he gave to the city, the community he felt could it never match what you all gave to him and he loved you for it and so do we. >> reporter: snider's family says he never look at the flyers
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as a business. it was his passion. it was truly his extended fami family. dawn timmeney, fox 29 news. >> let's get a check of what's on your radar tonight. here's meteorologist kathy orr. >> let's get right to it. we're looking at mild temperatures at the airport. high temperature made it to 73 degrees. right now it's 65. that's the normal high for this time of year. and the reason it's so mild winds out of the south southeast at 3 miles an hour but picking up during the overnight, and during the day tomorrow. right now 59 in millville. 66 in trenton. 64 in reading down the shore cooler with on shore flow with temperatures in the 50s ocean water temperatures in the lower 50s. high pressure is finally relenting going toward the southeast allowing the clouds to roll in tomorrow morning we'll little bit of sunshine through those clouds but then spotty showers especially in the afternoon with a strong southerly wind and that is how we will make it to 77. the front doesn't move that was until late into the evening hours. behind it not a lot of cool air. as we go hour by hour you'll see
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a partly cloudy sky during the overnight. for your friday morning the sa same. so some sun glare out there. the clouds will thicken during the afternoon but noon still dry to go outside and grab some lunch. and by the afternoon, two, 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon into the evening some pop-up showers and perhaps a pop up thunder shower or thunderstorm. not everyone will hi see it and that will continue right into the late night hours. not a lot of rain associated with this but a downpour here or there. when you look at the computer models the gfs and n a.m. about two tenths of an inch of rain expected with this particular front. overnight, 61 in the city. 55 in the suburbs with those south southwesterly winds keeping it mild. during the day tomorrow the high 77 degrees. well above the norm. some afternoon spotty showers and thunderstorms possible. but not many. and winds still gusting to about 25 miles an hour. it will still be warm. it will still be windy and that means the pollen count will still be high for friday,
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saturday, sunday and monday. expect those maple, juniper and popular trees to be a problem for us seasonal allergy sufferers. on your seven day forecast check the out. temperatures warming quick. saturday behind the front clearing skies, 72. little breezy. sunday near 70. monday near 80 degrees. then a few showers tuesday. partly sunny wednesday. a few more showers by next thursday. but not a lot of rain and the second half of april looking. better than the first half. temperatures right on par normal for the season end up above average in temperature bite end of the month. >> all right. that's a good thing. thank you kathy. >> you bet. >> my golf game good tomorrow. >> i think you're okay. nineholes. >> exactly i'll take it. thank you kathy. >> let's head on over life right now to minneapolis, minnesota. you can see this must be a crowd of thousands. the road is closed around this club right now. very important club. >> where they shot purple rain and they're having -- the roads are closed and they're having a dance party in minneapolis outside that club where they
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shot purple rain to remember the icon the legend prince dead at the age of 57. racing over 100 miles an hour this guy on motorcycle records his entire wild ride. weaving past cars riding the yellow line. what he didn't see though that landed him in whole lot of trouble. >> one boss tried to reward his employees but it ended very very badly. what police say he handed out as bonus that's only illegal it's down right dangerous. >> struggling to make ends meet. one dad thinks his life is about to get worse when he gets pulled over. what the cop gave him instead of a ticket to changing. >> make sure to wake up with good day. cover girl a local teen poses next to michelle obama on the cover of 17 magazine watch she did to get the first lady's cover of 17 magazine watch she did to get the first lady's attention tomorrow on good day. trying to make me eat my greens?low. no, just trying to ve you some green. whaaat?!
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seen for miles. check out this wild motorcycle ride. all recorded on helmet cam and this little jaunt got the rider arrested. the video shows him going more than 110 miles an hour weaving in and out of cars, crossing the double yellow line. police say he sped right past the police car then raced on to work where police promptly arrested him. in your money tonight, would you like to rest up before your flight? you're in luck if you fly jet blue. airline just announced it's letting passengers jfk airport use its new napping pods they feature a privacy visor built in speakers and awake up feature that use a combination of light, music and soft vibration. they also contain storage lockers for your luggage. how much will it cost? it's free. >> ooh, i like that. >> i love free. >> i like the price. yes, indeed. volkswagen reached an agreement with the us government to pay diesel car openers about $1 billion. volkswagen is also expected to buy back about 500,000 vehicles
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that used software to evade u.s. emission rules. it's not clear how much each owner will get but consumers will be able to sell back their vehicles to volkswagen or get repairs. the automaker will have to invest funds to promote green automotive initiatives. michigan dad in a tough spot thought things were about to get even worse when a police officer pulled him over. >> he soon learned help can sometimes come when you least expect it. dell got pulled over for having tinted windows but when the officer walk up to the car, he noticed dell's three year old daughter was not in a car seat. so the officer asked why and dell admitted he just couldn't afford one. so the officer had dell follow him to a wal*mart and the officer used his own money to buy the struggling dad a car seat. >> he was really shocked. he was set back. you know it's not general wal i was looking for. i just wanted to help somebody out and pay it forward. >> thank you of course is appropriate but, i still don't feel this is enough honestly.
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like i say he didn't have to do what he did at all. >> dell says he never learned to judge a book by its cover and now views police a little differently. >> wonderful stuff. police say this guy they found him naked inside a home but it wasn't his. what cops say he did inside that ended up leaving thousands of dollars in damage. it was his dream come true playing for the philadelphia eagles until a serious injury took him off the field for good. how he turn around and is now making history in south jersey. the tthan the bottom have mo100 million americans.nt
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>> owner of auto body shop in minnesota in trouble tore the bonus police he handed out to employees. it was meth as in methamphetamine. officers say the 40-year-old owner and his girlfriend handed out half gram of meth to workers at a meeting yesterday. what were they thinking, right? they weren't clearly. not thinking. officers searched the property and say they found syringes an scale all testing potion tiff for the drug. they arrested the man no word on his girlfriend. in michigan police say naked man caused thousands every dollars in damage to home. police were responding to home invasion call. when they got there they found 53-year-old daniel elliot inside naked. if that wasn't shocking enough
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he turn over furniture, broke doors, smashed chain nan faucets were broken causing rooms to flood. it's estimated more than $50,000 in damage. police say he's a former family member of the homeowners and he moved in when the family went on vacation. first responders on the way home from funeral were in the place at the right time driving through brandywine maryland they came upon this, a car burning out of control. a woman was inside unresponsive in the front seat. other drivers stopped actually to help. they did get the woman out but it wasn't easy. >> initially tried to gain entry from the driver's side but while we were trying that she inadvertently hit the gas which drove her further down the embankment at that point we decided it was better to try to make entry and take her out from the passenger side. >> the woman wasn't seriously injured thank goodness. but medics think she may have had some sort of medical emergency which is why she crashed. if you're eagles fan you may
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remember the name ron mow 10 a linebacker drafted the same year as jerome brown, byron evans and chris carter. mow 10's nfl didn't last as long as his teammates but his road to success in another career is even sweeter because he earn it. >> i'm a native of clearwater, florida. >> he grew up in clearwater florida with dreams of playing in the nfl. mow 10 earned a scholarship to play football at the university of florida. in 1987, his dreams came true when he was drafted by the eagles in the sixth round much his future was bright. >> the kind of linebacker that buddy ryan was looking for. like aggressive linebacker. look like promising career ahead of him. >> gary cobb played linebacker with the nfl for 11 years. cobb played for the eagles from 1985 to 1987. g. cobb as he's known locally became a popular sports talk radio host in philadelphia and now does some work for the nfl providing guidance to young
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players on how to transition to life after football. cobb and mow 10 were teammates in 1987. >> he was doing well. boom, goes down and has knee injury. >> just his third preseason game, mow 10 injured his right knee. >> i just remember lying on the turf at the vet screaming, you know, the pain was unbearable. >> after a couple of years on injured reserve the eagles let him go. but resign him for one more chance at his dream if 1990. but mow 10 tour up his other knee in preseason. >> i knew right then and there that was the end of my football playing days. i knew i was done. >> what he was he going to do? he wasn't prepared. >> mow 10 wasn't ready for life after football. he never earned his degree from the university of florida. didn't have much money. and need add place to stay. >> i said why don you come live with me. we can both struggle together. >> ted read is a senior vice-president of sports and
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entertainment from morgan stanley in south jersey. in 1990, read was starting his career met mow 10 at a picnic and the two hit it off. >> he taught me about the business of sports. i taught him, you know, about how to manage his money and together we both grew. those two years we would have conversations and stories about our lives won't be like this, you know, 15, 20 years from now. that was the absolute lowest point of my life. i realized at that point in time, man, you really -- you got to figure out something man. >> mow 10 went back to school enrolling at rutgers camden after two years of going to school at night, mow 10 earned a degree in psychology in 1995. after graduation mow 10 met isaia steinberg a superior court judge and sports fan who steered mow 10 to the camden county prosecutor's office. mow 10 was hired a week later and never looked back. excelling in the narcotics unit and homicide.
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in 2015 after rising to the rank of deputy, chef prosecutor, mary cola little low asked mow 10 to be the chief of detectives. >> i'm an emotional guy. i truly am. got emotional and my response was, it would be an honor to serve as your chief. >> mow 10 was sworn in by his old mentor, judge steinberg. now retired. flew up from florida and mow 10's two youngest kids were there to share the experience. mow 10 supervises more than 70 investigators and is the first african-american to be named chief. >> 20 years earlier, upping, a guy who had the opportunity most kids dream about playing in the nfl had nothing. had nothing. if it wasn't for ted read i would have been homeless. i had nothing. >> he always had it in him. these were transitional skills he had as an athlete.
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>> the big thing about ron he didn't stay down. >> it's amazing where he is now. >> his nfl career ended early but the resilient ex liner persevered and made the most of a second chance. >> i'm the luckiest guy in this office, man, to have had such a path of getting here and then having the opportunity to retire sitting in this seat. >> i talk about retirement. he plans to serve out the term of the current prosecutor in 2019 and then retire with 25 years of service and then begin his next journey. we wash him well. >> that's wonderful. i love that. >> i didn't realize he was out of football that long. >> i remember when he played. i covered those games. >> good job. >> tonight the first no hitter in baseball of the season by a pitcher that has two in his last 11 starts. and the eagles made that big trade yesterday to move up the draft to quarterback but today the cleveland browns gave their reasons why they didn't want that quarterback in that spot.
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that will be coming up in sports. why should we trust a harrisburg politician
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like steve santarsiero who will say anything to win an election? after claiming credit for passing universal background checks for all gun purchases, "santarsiero admitted in an interview that he didn't write pennsylvania's gun safety law." his campaign brags about his accomplishments, but "in fact, he has failed in 54 attempts to get any legislation on the books." we just cant trust steve santarsiero. i'm shaughnessy naughton, and i approve this message because we deserve better.
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>> skyfox live over very active scene. this is right near whitaker avenue. dispatchers tell us crews are on the scene for a crash and somewhat we can see from what we were looking at just couple of seconds ago, some type of motorcycle is also involved. police are not telling us about injuries as of yet. we'll bring you more on air and on as we get them. howard? >> all right. flyers they're in washington for their game five of the series witness caps tomorrow night. either win and play sunday at home or if they lose they will be schedule link tee times for sunday. they do have to play better than they did last night to win. this afternoon a chance fort fans and the flyers family to relive the memories of the flyers founder and chairman ed snider. huge number of the flyer alumni came to town, and the current team was obviously there as well and wayne gets ski flew if from california to celebrate a man they loved and admire. the comments by many were so
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moving it brought some to tears. >> when we all pass we don't know where we're going but for me i really hope that when i get there i get another chance to play one more game in the orange and black under are in snider's philadelphia flyers. >> last he ever spoke to me not just for me or the family he told me so i would tell you, i can't thank the flyers enough for everything they've given to me and my family. >> great man. baseball first no hitter of the year cincinnati reds. jake rory yet tee. you always have a couple no hitter the fourth inning he pitched two no hitters within nine starts. only pitcher in baseball to do that. in his last 10 starts he's -- 11 starts 10-zero with 0.52 area. no hitter and chicago the cubbies beat the reds 16-zero.
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fans in town are still trying to absorb the trade the eagles made yesterday to move up to the second spot in the draft. still looks likely the quarterback will be carson wentz that will be the quarterback the rams don't take and he falls to the eagles. we know why the eagles wanted the quarterback why did cleveland not want the quarterback witness second pick? >> we understand that risk in moving back we may have passed on a quarterback that will go on to have a great career in this league. but we felt like for the additional picks that we were able to acquire we were much better position to build our roster moving forward. >> the phillies off tonight. milwaukee tomorrow. checking in to a fm face. let's go to chicago. remember jimmy rollins, different number, different uniform, foul ball in the game. it's a foul ball jimmy rollins hits a fall ball and caught by the fan. great job. all right. the next pitch fall ball again. and guess who gets the baseball that same guy but watch what he
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does. what watch what he does. gives it to the little guy with the headphones on. that's a great job. great job. love that. >> he's like hopping up and down he's so excited. >> that's awesome. >> love it. >> thanks for watch having a great night. >> we'll see you back at 4:00 a.m. for fox 29 morning news.
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>> today on "tmz" -- harvey: we broke the story on the website. prince is dead. there are pieces to this puzzle we can now kind of look back and say, it was way more serious than we thought. >> everyone we talked to when the first one happened said he was not doing well. harvey: the next day he had a party at paisley park and came out and told everybody, i'm fine. >> he said, wait a few days before you waste any prayers. >> wait a few days. >> kelly ripa. seems like she's willing to go to war with abc. she left her apartment holding a book, "david and goliath." >> oh, god. >> that's so annoying! >> she's not an underdog. this is offensive to david! >> conor mcgregor just released a statement and he's attacking the ufc in a big way. he's saying he's not retired. he's saying he's sick and tired of promoting. >> for the last two years, you have been out running around like a peacock.


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