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fighting back. an attack caught on tape. but a woman goes after her attacker. why police want you to take a closer look. >> she's won gold at the olympics. but shannon miller is opening up this morning on the biggest challenge of her life. how she's using her battle with cancer to give others hope. >> and they're hanging on. the flyers blank the capitals to force a game number 6. but do they have enough in the tank to pull off an epic upset? >> and good saturday. as we begin our day. and you begin yours as well. let us know what you're doing on this saturday. we had an amazing day yesterday.
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good morning, bill anderson. >> good morning harn hep. dave warren. >> good morning. >> dave, 10 yesterday. >> but look outside right now we've got some rain. >> how much are we going to get? is it going to ruin our plans? >> just a little bit of rain. it might help your grass. it's checking out by the afternoon. right now it's ben franklin parkway. it's a nice start to the day, a little drizzle out there, a light breeze, 62 degrees in the city. it's a warm start. let's check out what's going on today. we've got sue and wendy. >> this is a great weekend for franklin square and weekend wendy is chiited about the chinese lantern festival and it commemorates the anniversary of franklin square. what a sight to see. a big chii ant chinese dragon
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there. of course you want to go in the evening. today's hours 6:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. tomorrow 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. have we got good weather this weekend? >> yes, the weather looks good p.m. but the a.m., it's slowly working its way through, mainly confined to the north and western suburbs and this will move through the philadelphia area over the next few hours. a little heavier here in western chester county, upper montgomery county, and let's check out the lehigh valley. the last three hours you can see it's slowly working its way through, it will continue to push through and move out by about 10:00 or 11:00. still some rain coming in across south jersey and dwal. about noon the rain clouds out, the clouds linger we are
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clearing. the rain mainly in the morning. by the afternoon it's pretty nice but this could lead to a cooler start tomorrow morning. right now temperatures are into the 60s. got some light rain coming down 63 degrees, headed for the 70s but a chilly night in store. look at the numbers with the complete forecast in a little bit later. >> good morning, everybody. if you're going to be heading out and about into or out of the city, heads up. we've got some work crews out here today. they're going to be working on the schuykill expressway all day. they're also going to be working along i-95 as well between broad and academy. we've got two regattas today all along the kelly drive. so traffic will be extra heavy on the schuykill expressway and special weekend schedules on two of septa's regional rail lines. i'll see you back here bright
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and early for "good day philadelphia" weekend. >> two people are in the hospital after an accident on the schuykill. it's pretty bad. that's the scene right there. this is just about 3:30. it was the westbound lanes right at montgomery drive. police say one of the cars caught fire. there was a person inside who managed to jump out. police say the injuries are not considered serious. >> and also new this morning, a car slams into a building in camden. police say it happened around 2:30 this morning on ferry avenue and south 9th street. police are investigating the cause of the crash. the search is on for a man who police say tried to sexually assault a woman in south philadelphia. >> thankfully there were some cameras that helped capture what happened. jenny joyce is at police headquarters. >> reporter: police released
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some surveillance image of the attack and it tells a story of the struggle. you can see the victim and the suspect. police say the attack happened around 1:30 wednesday morning. the victim noticed the man following her, and she pulled out her pepper spray just in time. the suspect grabbed the woman from behind and pulled down the top of her dress. she pepper sprayed him and he took off running. >> i'm really shocked. especially in this area. you have the police up here, they're quick if you need them. it's almost like the suburbs here. >> probably would be just more hyper-aware. i'm not out that late at night. i have a dog, i'll have my dog with me. >> reporter: and the pictures are very clear in one. you can see the victim on the man's neck. the victim has one hand on the back of the women's head.
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he took off running on the 1200 block of south clairon street. if you recognize him please call police. they want to catch this guy before he strikes again. >> it is 7:06 and the people of wilmington are continuing to warn a 16-year-old girl who police say was given a deadly beating inside of her school. she was a sophomore. classmates gathered to remember her as a wond irful friend. there was one former student of that school who started a pledge on social media called "i am amy "to help bring about some change. >> if this goes into schools, take the pledge. next time you get into an argument, think about it. be better than you were yesterday. >> some of the forensics teams that were looking at the scene after that tragedy occurred. amy's father is working very closely to the police to figure out what happened to his child. and also police are looking
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for a green work van that struck a toddler in south philadelphia yesterday. the 20-month-old darted into the street and was hit. the driver never stopped. it's a hit-and-run. the child is listed in stable condition at chop. >> and one person is in custody this morning after police in camden county say a massive fire sent an entire family to the hospital. cell phone video shows just how quickly the fire spread across the group of row homes in the 800 block of haddon avenue in camden yesterday. a man and his wife and five children were asleep when they woke up to heavy smoke. >> we couldn't breathe, i was about to pass out, we couldn't even see each other. >> he got everyone out through a second floor back window and thankfully they're all okay. police say the fire was intentionally set.
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neighbors say an angry former tenant threatened to burn the home after she was evicted. >> new details in the death of music star prince. autopsy results show there were no obvious signs of trauma and authorities do not believe the 57-year-old's death was a suicide. investigators say the last time prince was seen alive was wednesday night when a friend dropped him off at his minnesota compound. that's where he was found dead thursday morning in an elevator. his body has been released back to his family for funeral arrangements. >> taking a look at developing overnight story, police say a georgia man is dead after he killed five people before taking his own life. officials say 50-year-old wayne anthony shot three people outside a home. two other people were killed about a mile away. he had just learned his wife wanted a divorce. she was not killed in the attack but some of her family members were. meanwhile a man hunt in ohio
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for the person who shot and killed eight people execution style. it happened at several scenes about 80 miles east of cincinnati yesterday. investigators think all eight of the victims are related to one another. the dead include a 16-year-old male as well as a mother who police think was asleep when she was killed. police say the gunman is considered armed and dangerous but don't think that the community is any danger. >> all right. we're in the middle of the action. the presidential hopefuls continue to stump for votes across our area. hillary clinton and bernie sanders spent time crisscrossing the keystone state. clinton spent time in the scranton area and sanders visited the gettysburg battlefield. cruz and donald trump was also in our area. kasich was in connecticut will be making more stops in the area
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ahead of tuesday's primaries. >> you see the logo, they are still alive. doing great things last night because of the goaltending. they shut out the capitals last night 2-0. the flyers only had 11 shots the entire night. game 6 is set for tomorrow afternoon at the wells fargo center. people wrote them off, the flyers are hanging in there. good for them. >> you remember shannon miller? she won at the olympics and now she's opening up about possibly the hardest battle of her life. >> and a big mistake. a military mistake. how a routine supply drop ended with a hefty $6 hundred,000 bill. look at that. >> it's lover's day?
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do you think when you are president you'll be paid as...
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much as if it were a man- male this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesnt happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> shannon miller, you remember
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her? she's now 39 years old she's an olympic gold medalist taking the top honors. her biggest spot wasn't on the olympic stage, it's with her own health. >> she's an ovarian cancer survivor and today she's in philly to talk about her struggle with us. it was interesting in reading your story, you had all these different symptoms and overlooked them. >> absolutely. i think with ovarian cancer that happens often because the systems can be benign. frequent urination, bloating, loss of weight, stomachaches. every woman out there has those. and then i have i had my son had just turned a year old and my body had been through all these
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things i was busy i didn't have time for a stomachache so you start to pass all those things off and i had no idea at the time those were ovarian cancer symptoms. >> how did you catch it? >> i was very lucky. i happened to go in for my doctor's appointment at that time we were getting ready for maybe baby number 2 to see if that was possible and went in for a general checkup and they found it on the pelvic screening and it was a fluke. i don't want other women to leave that up to luck. >> you were the picture of health. we remember you as this physical specimen doing all these things but your message now is women you need to pay attention to this because you're not necessarily going to see it or know it. >> cancer doesn't care who you are, home gold medals who you have. we have to listen to our bodies and making sure we're most educated. so if you do have a pelvic mass, i'm so excited to work with over one because they do have that
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opportunity now which i didn't have when mine was diagnosed to get more information and education. >> that's your advise to women. what is your advice to women? >> listen to your health, number one. get those regular doctor exams. don't postpone them. don't do it. and then if you do have the pelvic mass talk about over one because you want to make sure that you have the right surge performing the surgery. if you need an oncologist or if it's okay to go to a regular season. there's a lot of decision making that's very important. >> what are you doing now? kind of touring, dug this. we remember you with the medals of having. >> it's crazy. it's a lot of fun. i've got two little ones and do a lot of speaking so i'm traveling quite a bit and gearing up for rio. i'll be there working with sponsors and then i run a company that's devoted to
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women's health. >> it's a lifetime thing once you win a medal. >> it is. i am such an olympic fan. i'm going to go to rio for two weeks and call it work. we didn't know each other that well during the olympics but we spent a year and a half together on tour afterwards and on a bus 24 hours a day you get to learn about each other and we're actually having a reunion coming up this summer. the 20th anniversary of the 1996 olympics. >> so you are going to be a walk today or speaking at a walk today, that's your next thing. >> yes i'll be at the art museum for the sandy sprint. it's going to be a great time. so if you have the morning free, come on out. it's going to be a big party and basically we want to celebrate the survivors and raise money for ovarian cancer. >> what time does it start? >> this starts within the hour.
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>> it's so cool to meet you. >> thank you so much. i appreciate that. >> have a great day in philly. we appreciate that. >> we need to know the weather right now. >> anything for a fellow sooner. stay in school. >> hi dave. planting some flowers today. >> a little rain for you this morning but it looks like by the afternoon things will be clearing up. the clouds will linger just a bit. by 1:00 or so it's the last of the showers, they're clearing
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out. it's a light shower possible, not everywhere. it certainly doesn't look that way now but that solid area of rain will be moving through portions of southeastern pennsylvania. right now through the northern and western suburbs, but this will slide through. you can see it slowly moving south and it will work its way through just sol light rain and be clearing out by this afternoon. we'll track it and show you by about 11:00 through philadelphia, still coming down in south jersey, but after about 3:00, 4:00 things clear up. right now we're into the 60s heading for the 70s but a chilly start tomorrow morning those numbers and the 7-day forecast are coming up a bit later. >> i stuck the
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landing. that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities r their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work
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and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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a lot of clouds out there. you can really see some of the rain probably still falling on people's heads. >> you shouldn't be outside now anyway. you should be inside watching "good day philadelphia." i like this song. we're seeing clouds you probably won't see very often. chicago white sox taking on the texas rangers last night. you see all of this jumping around. tags the guy out on first then boom, throws it home, back to third. you're seeing all this going on, but what happens eventually, it's a triple play. and there it is. triple play. so that was the first ever, and the numbers represent the positions on the field. so that was the first ever
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9-3-2-6-2-5 triple play in major league history. there you go. saw it here first. >> i'm sean bell. we thought the flyers were dead. but it ain't over until it's over and the flyers don't see an end in sight. you know things are going your way when you get lucky. ryan white slaps out a shot and it goes off the defender's skate. that's how you know it's going your way. then you don't need to do anything else. 44 saves. he is absolutely red hot right now. the flyers win 2-0. noiver says the more pressure, the better. >> it's good. i like to face a lot of shots. keep me in the game and you know i enjoy it and guys did a really
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good job. it can never get too high or low, we're still down in the series and i've still got work to do. >> game 6 will be tomorrow at noon. that's sports in a minute, i'm sean bell. >> chris letter is doing a major recall that may affect you on hundreds of thousands of cars. >> a cash-strapped high school senior taking desperate measures what she's doing to raise the money that's raising a few eyebrows. you ask for it and you got it. a sal mation, the love of your life. and both of my loves, her husband, and daisy the cat.
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>> some of our headline stories making news right now. fiah-chrysler announcing a recall of at least a million cars at least. the company says the problem involves the electronic shifter. here's the issue, you think it's in park, it can shift right back into drive and neutral. here's some of the models being affected. some of the jeeps right there. 41 people have been heard. chargers, chrysler 300s as well
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as the jeep grand cherokee. >> it's 7:30 and we're learning more about what may have caused the death of legendary singer prince. medical examiner says that yet's autopsy results show there were no obvious signs of trauma and authorities do not believe that the 57-year-old's death was a suicide. investigators say that the last time prince was seen alive was wednesday night when a friend dropped him off at his minnesota compound. that's where he was found dead thursday morning. his body has been released back to his family for funeral arrangements. >> taking a look at the "purple rain" video. they're going to be rereleasing that movie in theaters. the campaign heating up ahead of the primary on tuesday. hillary clinton spending time in scranton. all five of the presidential candidates have presidential
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stops planned over the next few days. donald trump coming to west chester university on monday. zbl weekend wendy is so excited that the philadelphia science festival is in full swing. this event gets better and better every year. events all week long but today is discovery day. there will be six locations throughout the city including clark park and the smith playground where there will be all kinds of things like hands-on demonstrations, story telling and life music. it will be different in all locations. the hours are 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., to find out what's really on go to philasciencefestival.org. >> we have a good afternoon for this. we need the rain it's been fairly dry and this will not be around all weekend and it's certainly not that heavy. this is moving through.
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it's not stationary. it will be clearing out by this afternoon. it will try to work its way through the i-95 corridor and across south jersey and delaware and it's clearing out by this afternoon. look at these temperatures, it's mild out there this morning, mid 60s into the 50s. the north and western swushs will bump up into the 70ings. this is what you're walking out to right now in the south and eastern suburbs, 59 degrees just a little cooler. 10 to 12 today. the front is moving through. that means between now and then we're looking at a little light rain. the showers will end except it will become breezy.
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the low temperatures tomorrow morning in the 7-day forecast. >> it is 7:33. one high school very from massachusetts has come up with an interesting way to pay for college. you be the judge and let us know what you think about this. she says she didn't have enough money. her scholarship money wouldn't cover the cost of tuition. >> she's maintained a perfect 4.0 to a 4.5gpa, she's better than all a's throughout high school. she decided to panhandle and set up a go-fund-me account after the scholarship she was offered wouldn't cover the entire cost of her med school ambitions. she works three three part-time jobs and her parents couldn't cosign for a loan. her go-fund-me account has raised over $17,000. there are people who are criticizing this. they're saying that maybe go-fund-me, they question the
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panhandling aspect of it. >> it's standing outside and panhandling for something that's -- it's a struggle. i certainly don't have the answers but let us know what you think about this. i don't want to be all judgy about this but something about it makes me uncomfortable. >> i will judge somebody who has a 4.0, 4.5 student who is trying to do the right thing and society is not set up so that person can go to school. >> bernie sanders will talk about. that's why he's resonating with college students right now. it is unreasonable to go to college. what else are we talking about right now? the trend. >> good morning everybody. i'm mike. >> and i'm alex. and this. >> is the trend. >> first up, you know you're in your senior year. the year is coming to an end and you go to the principal or counselor and say can you write me a letter of recommendation. >> that's important. >> for a job or maybe go off to college.
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but this is a special letter. >> there it is in all of its brief six-word glory. jack is an adequate student. and there it is signed by the chair of the sool's english department. someone shared this letter online and they were quick to offer their sympathy to jack, if you're only going to write six words, don't write anything at all. >> probably like saying alex used to work at fox. >> that's all there is to say. it's an animal tradition in australia and also it happens here in the united states, even here in philly, we're talking about firefighters and puppies together. >> all right ladies, here we go. >> take a look. >> man, these guys are jacked. >> in australia firefighters have been doing this since 1993. it's a fund raiser for the children's hospital foundation and also for animal rights groups. you should do something like that holding a puppy for charity. >> i could do the puppy holding,
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but that's about it. >> i'm going to the gym. >> see you guys later. >> that got my attention. >> victoria's secret is making some big changes this morning. >> why the company says -- well, when you take your clothes off you may not be doing it in a bathing suit. >> what's in a name? a lot of money. why parents are paying professionals big bucks to name their children. >> let me give you some suggestions. something like adolf. >> she could have kept your money. >> we'll be right back.
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across pennsylvania, he's praised as a progressive champion with a record of reform. josh shapiro the democrats most compelling candidate for attorney general. he'll protect seniors from scams and stand up to polluting frackers.
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he's backed by law enforcement, supported by planned parenthood and he's endorsed by president obama - who says shapiro "represents the next generation of progressive leadership". democrat josh shapiro an attorney general...for us shut up and dance with me. >> that's what we do. you can dance along with us. show us what you're doing on this saturday. let's talk about what's happening in the news.
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did you see this? the army investigating a supply drop exercise in germany. yeah, it went wrong. it shows the supplies being dropped by parachute when a humvee breaks free and drops to the ground. and each of them $2 hundred,000. you add them up you will, you're looking at $600,000. this happened about a month ago but they put this online yesterday. the army says the good news is nobody was hurt. >> there's that. there's always the good news. one of victoria's secrets most popular items won't be available for long. >> they announced they're not going to be doing their swim wear line anymore. the chain says this will be the last year they sell bathing suits in order to focus on active wear and other core goods. so this is going to cost some
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jobs, 200 jobs. here's the thing. this should be the headline. getting rid of the catalog. >> this is outrageous. >> i guess that was probably before the internet back in the day. >> i don't know what you're talking about. this is a fashion statement. i'm standing up for all of the women who want to be able to look at catalogs and shop. men? >> now women i guess we go online when we look and you know your size hopefully. >> it's not right. honestly i don't care if you sell the bathing suits, but you should continue to put them in the catalog so people can view what they're shopping for. >> let's talk about names. our names are kind of boring. we're from that era where we got the name karen and bill and dave. >> i like my name. i wouldn't have paid $30,000 for it but i like my name.
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>> some people are. because when you name your child it's aspirational. >> bill. >> we're going to get you something. and see why people are paying so much to name their children. >> and a new documentary is on the way. it's filmed by students right here in our area. we'll show you how they're trying to make a difference in the world. >> and also, we have some shout outs to people in your family, whatever you may be celebrating. his wife doris's birthday yesterday. >> and the three most important aspect of my life, i'm guessing those are the kids. enjoy. thanks for starting your day with us. >> thank you for sending this. yesterday on the ventnor city beach. it is lover day. we'll be right back.
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dave warren, i'm looking at a pretty -- >> use your words. >> there's a lot of kids baseball games today? are kids going to be able to get baseball in? >> it's looking good later today. but this morning, a little bit of showers out there. a little bit of rain. speaking of sporting events,
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it's not baseball, but we have something here in bucks county. take a look at this. >> today we have a huge boys and girls tour scheduled. the tournament will include 100 teams across the tri-state area. what is the weather forecast for today? >> a lot of kids there today and it's an important one. they're ready for the game there. but some rain this morning and it's really only this morning that's the big issue. it will be clearing out later today. the clouds will linger. look at that sunshine, nice day tomorrow, bright sunshine and just a little cooler. up to 67 degrees. our scale still fairly high but not all that great here to start. because we have the rain out there this morning. it will be a breezy afternoon. tomorrow flyers are in town so it looks good there. the sunshine is out, it's a cool morning but nice afternoon here
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for the rest of the weekend. 59 in pottstown, 61 in allentown. mount pocono is 52. 60s from the city to the south and we could climb into the 70s. ultimate doppler has some of this rain working its way to chester county, heading right for i-95 and it will be moving through the area in just a few hours. it's just some light rain. slowly pushing south this is the drier air moving in. it will get here eventually by about 9:00 right through the city. clearing out to the south here with that rain continuing maybe a little longer in south jersey right along the coast. around 1:00 or so things clear up. clearing this afternoon, 66 tomorrow but 43 in the morning. a nice day on monday as the clouds increase on tuesday. 67 with periods of rain. cooler on wednesday, warmer on
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thursday with sunshine both days and showers return on friday with the temperatures 75. >> let's get in focus. good to see you. one of the best photo journalists in the country. >> so in honor of passover, let's get everybody jumping around and dancing. >> absolutely. i met a rock star and i found him at a synagogue at all places. so let's go take a look. >> what is he? is he a teacher there? >> he's a muchg -- music teacher and the kids love him. >> we were once slaves in egypt and now we're free. >> reporter: engaging a group of students may be difficult. maybe, if you're not a rock
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star. >> this is where it comes to life. iphone and computer he creates music videos. around jewish holidays. >> now we're starting to get away from some of the mainstream holidays. >> we have a group that just plays cards and they wanted to be in the video too.
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zbl a little holiday joy and it's taken off. >> really nice to hear when i have some of the elderly come up and say i want to be in the video i want to be in it too it's really nice. >> they love this guy. he is a rock star. it seems to me there's not just singing and dancing. >> reporter: he gives back and have people listen to his music and it means something to them. he catches some of the moms when they drop off their kids
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listening to their songs. >> and dancing and singing. >> speaking of bills, there's bill with karen. >> thank you guys. >> you got kids. >> yeah. >> would you pay someone else to name your children? >> well, there's some reasons behind it because the wrong name could affect them. >> or they could go to the nfl. >> a child's name could determine everything from their success to popularity and even their spiritual connection. baby naming agents, you pay to name your kid and parents are spending it. there's a firm in switzerland charging $29,000. >> what? for every baby that it names. they spend about a hundred hours on research making sure the name has not been trademarked or it doesn't have a negative
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association or history. you can do this on your own. you didn't need 30 grand. how did you come up with the name? >> i just said that sounds good. >> yes, honey. yes dear. >> you were inspired by sports. >> i literally sat around during the draft and i said i like the name macklin. >> for the low price of 39.95, i will name your child. >> here's a question we were asked on facebook today. would you go out to dinner naked? let it all hang out and dig in. there's a restaurant that says they want you to come in nothing but your birthday suit. >> that can't be up to code, right? >> that's the thing.
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most new wealth flows it's called a rigged economy, and this is how it works. to the top 1%. it's a system held in place by corrupt politics where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is powered by millions of small contributions. people like you who want to fight back. the truth is you can't change a corrupt system by taking its money. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message. join us for real change.
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a cloudy sky. good morning, wilmington. thank you for starting your day with us. it will get better. it is time now to introduce you to our fox 29 athlete of the week and today we introduce you
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to a high school superstar from camden county who's actually a member of the thousand point club and 29 junior reporter has more. >> brings a great work ethic. it's kind of unmatched in a lot of ways. he's a great teammate part of the reason why we've had a successful this year. why a lot of the guys follow him. >> reporter: he came to gloucester high in junior year. he was elected captain both years playing for the lions. >> being the leader is very natural to me because i have a lot of little sisters at home so i lead them. i'm a role model to a lot of people at the school. >> reporter: not only was he the leading rebounder for the year, but he also scored over 1,000 points in two seasons. >> everybody got up and started
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jumping. it was a great time. >> it was a goal of his going into the season. we really use that as a motivating tool to get him to work hard in the off season. wherever he does go, the work ethic is going to come with him and hopefully has the same impact on their program that he has on others. >> he does plan on taking his basketball career to the collegiate level. >> reporter: i would like to congratulate you being our high school at least of the week. >> i like to thank my mom, my dad and everybody that got me to this point. thank you. >> do you have someone you would like to nominate as our high school athlete of the week? you can tweet us or post it on our facebook page just use our hashtag, #fox29goodday. coming up, some villanova
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>> a fight for life caught on tape. why police want you to take a closer look. >> and new details this morning in the death of music icon prince. what an autopsy has already ruled out. >> plus change with a camera. these kids are amazing. from villanova have gone all the way to europe. how they're looking to make a difference with their new documentary. and good morning, everybody. the first hour goes by so quickly. we're having a blast good morning karen hepp and dave warren. >> ladies, it's an atrocious
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hair day. >> it's a flat iron day. >> what is that shot? >> that's ben franklin's old house. >> it's part of our national park right next to our studios. >> the rain is here, do your thing. water the flowers and get on out of here. it's clearing out. a lot of people are doing some spring cleaning today. let's check in with sue and wendy. >> today is the big finish of the philadelphia international
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festival of the arts. and for this, weekend wendy is smiling because they're going to close down six blocks of broad street between chestnut and south and make it into a big old block party, performances, rides, zip line, food and fun. right in the center of broad street. the hours today for the festival 10:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. ready for a little zip lining, dave warren? >> got to get that rain out of here. this is the rain slowly moving out. about noon or so it's clearing out. it's moving through, a little heavier here, right along the 30 bypass in chester county and montgomery county still seeing the rain pushing south towards philadelphia even. this will work its way through south jersey and delaware today, this afternoon, so it will end here first and to the south a little bit later. but this will all be happening
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here over the next few hours. check it out with the future weather picks up where the rain is right about now and pushes it into new jersey and delaware area by about 2:00 or 3:00 it's just off the coast. it's between now and 2:00. it may be a lingering shower but look as how it clears up. check out the temperatures, 50s in the north and western suburbs, 64 in philadelphia. close in on a few neighborhoods here. a lot of 60, lower 60s at woodbine and one or two 50s to the north. once the sun comes out up into the 70s and a little cooler overnight. these low temperatures tomorrow morning. a little chillier i'll show you those a little bit later. >> at 8:03 new this morning, two people are in the hospital after an accident on the schuykill. it happened around 3:30 in the westbound lanes at montgomery drive. police say one of the cars caught on fire and a person inside managed to jump out. police say that the injuries
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thankfully are not considered serious. >> and also new this morning a car slammed into a building. this is the scene right there in camden. police say it happened about 2:30 this morning. we don't know if there were any injuries. police are still investigating the cause of that crash. right now there's a search on for the person who police say tried to sexually assault a woman in south philadelphia. >> thankfully surveillance cameras helped capture what happened and our own jennifer joyce is live at the special victims unit with the details. they keep coming in. we're getting more information. we have seen the surveillance: jenny, what can you tell us. >> reporter: the surveillance images did capture part of the attack. police are hoping that these images also help capture the person responsible for this. take a look at these pictures released by police yesterday. it shows a woman fighting off her attacker. this happened on the 1300 block
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of wharton street around 1:30 a.m. she pulled out her pepper spray just in time. police say the suspect grabbed the woman from behind and pulled down the top of her dress. she pepper sprayed him and he took off running. they are surprised this neighborhood is actually pretty safe. now they are going to be extra careful. >> i'm really shocked. especially in this area. you have the police up here, they're quick if you need them. it's almost like the suburbs here. >> probably would be just more hyperaware. if i'm going to be out, i'm going to have my dog with me. >> reporter: the pictures are very clear. the suspect has one hand around the back of the woman's head. he took off running on the 1200 block of south clairon street. police actively working to hunt this man down. if you have any information,
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you're asked to call philadelphia police. karen and bill? >> the people of wilmington continue to mourn the loss of a 16-year-old girl who police say was given a deadly beating inside her school. the vigil was held yesterday for amy frances joyner. classmates gathered at the school to remember their friend and class mate. one former student of howard started a pledge on social media called "i am amy" to help bring about some change. >> if this goes into schools, take the pledge. next time you get into an argument, think about it, walk away. be better than you were yesterday. >> one person is in kuszdy right now after police in camden say there was a massive fire set that sent an entire family to the hospital. wow, this was a big one. spreading right across a whole
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row of homes. >> we couldn't breathe already, i was about to pass out, so i couldn't even see each other yet. we was about to die. >> they are so lucky. he got everybody out through a second floor back window. they are okay. police say the fire was intentionally set. neighbors say it was an angry former tenant who threatened to burn the home because she had been evicted. >> and new details in the death of music star prince. autopsy results show there were no obvious signs of tram ma and authorities did not believe the 57-year-old's death was a suicide. investigators say the last time prince was seen alive was wednesday night when a friend dropped him off at his minnesota home. that's where he was found dead on thursday morning. his body has been released back
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to his family for funeral arrangements. >> and developing overnight we have learned that a georgia man is now dead. he is accused of killing five people and taking his own life. officials say the man shot three people outside a home in augusta, georgia. police say he had just learned that his wife wanted to leave him. she wanted a divorce. they say she wasn't killed in the attacks but many of her family members were. meanwhile, there's a man hunt in ohio for a person who shot eight people execution style. this happened at several scenes about 80 miles east of cincinnati yesterday. investigators think all of the victims are related to one another. the dead include a 16-year-old boy as well as a mother who police think was asleep when she was killed. police say the gunman is considered armed and dangerous, but they said they don't think the larger community is in any danger. >> and it continues.
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you decide. political information, the presidential hopefuls continue to stump for votes across pennsylvania. democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders spent yesterday crisscrossing all over our state. clinton spent time in the scranton area and our area as well in the morning she grew up in scranton, of course. meanwhile ted cruz and donald trump also spent time stumping in the area. cruz campaigned in pennsylvania. trump spent yesterday in delaware and ohio governor john kasich was in connecticut but will make more stops in the area ahead of tuesday's primaries. >> yeah. i'll be skriimg at the tv, the flyers stay alive. we have some great goaltending. michael neuvith. the flyers only had 11 shots of the night. 44 saves. game 6 is set for tomorrow afternoon down at the center.
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break out the orange. >> go flyers. we're back in the game. riding on the success of the villanova basketball team, other students made a documentary how they say they're trying to changele world. >> how did you sleep last night? >> not too bad. >> have you have a tough time where you're away on vacation where you should sleep so well but you don't? but they say it's your brain's fault. >> we keep getting pictures and comments, things coming in. and we thank you so much. look at all of the pictures
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a. >> welcome back as you take a look at the ben franklin bridge. the weather coming up in just a moment. but first, look at this. >> it's better than being shot at or dumped on the side of a boat. it's better than anything things
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certainly nothing they imaged. >> this is an amazing documentary done by kids in our area. they're just in college. it's going to make a difference in the world. explain complex issues. 15 seniors taking on a massive project to document the west african migrant crisis. i've got two of the 15 kids with me. thanks for coming. what was it like to work on this project? >> it was, in a word, i guess complicated. there was so much issues on the table, so many themes that we wanted to explore and so many injustices along the way. it was tough for us to identify
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just one to explain in 30 minutes. >> what was the thing that struck you most. it hit me how educated and how capable a lot of these people were. in the media we don't necessarily see that all the time. >> frequently people that are trying to escape the situation, they may be doctors. what hit you the most. what hit you the most. >> what hit me the most was that they have goals, they have dreams just like each one of us and it's really hard for them to
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reach those goals when they don't have their documents. so they are stuck in one building for three months, up to three years, waiting for documents so they can get a job so they can send money to their families and this process is what drains them emotionally and it's a psychological effect and this is what we're trying to cover with our film. trying to show another side to what the media usually shows in the migration crisis. basically giving a face to the crisis. >> we talked about it certainly in this country with people coming here, but this is obviously italy. what's it like for the italians? >> we have people coming from all over, sub-saharan and northern africa. because they have specifically access to western africa because of the building we went to. in italians some are mixed responses. some are happy, some are not so happy because of the political situation that is going on in italy. but we definitely faced some italians who were welcoming to
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us and to the migrants to the buildings so we were able to interview and get the stories firsthand. >> what are people going to see if we screen this at the film festival. >> they will see a microcosm of a much larger issue. the psychological effects, how you work so hard and take so much risks to get to italy. a lot of them want to go to other countries in europe but they're stuck. the way the system works is they don't have much option besides sitting there. and that happens across italy and across europe as well. so again, in the scheme of things. >> that's how you tell a story, make it a personal story. we're all one planet and we need to work together to figure it out. we do have the screening
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tomorrow at villa nova. >> tomorrow at the kimmel center. 7:00 p.m. >> i thought we had a graphic for that. my apologies. thank you so much. we really appreciate it. >> we'll get it up on our website so everybody has all the information at fox29.com. great job, guys. looking out, it is raining. dave says it's going to continue to rain throughout the day. the picture shows it there in seaview, new jersey. give us something to look forward to. >> wait until this afternoon. the rain will clear out. the next few hours we're still dealing with the rain. it is fairly steady and even a little heavier. there it is. the last three hours trying to work its way in from the north. that drier air is just about to
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push in, this will put the rain through to philadelphia, new jersey and delaware between about now and 2:00. timing this with the computer forecast, there it is by 11:00 just pushing out through i-95. still in new jersey and delaware, still a few lingering showers by 3:00 but only to the south. look at the clearing to the north. there's bright sunshine and a bit breezy this afternoon. that wind picks up 20, 25 miles per hour. still fairly warm today but it gets much cooler overnight tonight. so we do have the rain this morning. it's a breezy afternoon and a little cooler tomorrow morning. but that makes way for a great sunday. the temperatures will really jump up tomorrow once you start off with that bright sunshine. the picture right now and the temperature is 64. we're headed for 70. and we have even warmer days in the 7-day forecast. a look at those numbers coming up. >> we have a little bit of building going on at fox 29. we're building a new set. here's a question for you.
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do you cry at weddings. >> i cry like a baby. >> you do? >> i have three daughters. the average wedding is now over 27 grand and in the philly market over 34 grand. >> you know the bridezillas. >> it's out of control. how about a few tips on how to have that great day without breaking the bank. >> i like it. >> jen, you know what the biggest expense is for a wedding, right? >> i sure do, it's the party. >> $204 is the average spent per guest. >> that's crazy. >> so how do i reduce that? >> cut back the list. >> do you really need your first grade teacher? >> my anniversary is october 17th but it didn't feel like i saved any money. >> you probably did, i was november. june and december are the most popular months. if you get married off season or
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a friday or a sunday, you can save a few bucks. >> so it's thousands and thousands of dollars. i feel like for something that big, there has to be a way to save money. >> people get crazy when it comes to weddings and they forget how to negotiate. it's called cash. throw this in front of the dj, guarantee you'll get a discount. >> i will say this, i think the problem is, i love it. theknot.com. >> amazing but when you're on the website check out the tabitha says budget, you can put together a budget online that will help you and your loved one stay on track. >> so we have to be creative because of the construction going on. >> how about being creative when it comes to your wedding. reach out to your local college, find a student photographer. do some things yourself as well. >> i love the idea. >> i'm no expert, but the piece
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of advice i give my son. it's one day, don't go crazy. >> that means you can say i do without saying i owe. we are cashing out. >> always appreciate the information. now, as you know, we've been covering it. medical marijuana is now legal here in pennsylvania. >> let's talk about the illegal stuff. >> there's a new study looking at teens who heavily use the drugs. the warnings could cut down on your life expectancy. >> having trouble sleeping in a hotel? it turns out the problem may not be the bed. how it could all start with your brain. the issue is you, not the bed. >> what are you saying? it's not you, it's me. we'll be right back. fight back and rebuild an economy.
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>> lottery numbers are the second most fun thing going on in the studio right now. they did a lip synch challenge during the week. we should have been in that. in your health, heavy
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marijuana use by men in their teens may be cutting their life short. heavy use of the drug when men are 18 and 19 put them at a higher resk of death. heavy use was defined as smoking more than 50 times. researchers found that men were more likely to die by age 60 compared to those who didn't. >> that seems obvious. >> coming up next on vacation, don't blame the hotel for your poor night's sleep. blame your brain. there is a new study that finds half of your brain stays alert it makes us quickly able to wake up when we hear a strange sound. >> i sleep great in hotels. we've been talking about this throughout the morning.
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brunch in the buff. would you eat naked at a restaurant? >> it certainly depends who's across the table from you but that is the idea behind what are are the new restaurants in london. why they are asking people to keep the clothes at home. >> and the eagles pulled off a big trade this week. so what does that mean for sam bradford's future with the birds. we will discuss coming up. >> and happy birthday valer valerie bertinelli. 56 years old. and john cena. >> doesn't he have a new show right now? >> a fox show. >> "american grit." >> 39 years old. >> this one from linda. this is my weekend celebrating her husband greg's birthday. >> and just a shot out to matt. that's amy's favorite guy.
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thanks for watching the show. after trying brookside chocolate, people talk about it online. love at first taste. i would liquefy it and bathe in it. curse you, brookside! your nefarious plans have succeeded. nefarious? are we still talking about chocolate? brookside. talk about delicious.
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>> take a look right there right out there on the parkway.
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a little rain but dave says it will get better. and at 8:30, the search is on for a man who police say tried to sexually assault a woman. she's got her hand on his neck trying to push her away. she pulled out her pepper spray and police say the suspect grabbed her from behind and pulled down the woman's dress. fortunately she pepper sprayed the man and he took off running. if you recognize him in that picture, make sure you call philadelphia police. >> you know that a person is in custody right now after police in camden county say there was a fire that was intentionally set. the whole family had to go to the hospital. we've got some of dramatic cell phone video that shows the fire, there it is. that's when it was really cooking along horrifying. this is the 800 block of haddon
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avenue. it's in cam done and police say this was set because neighbors say there was an angry former tenant who threatened to burn down the home after she was evict zbld people continue to look for answers and we've got new details in the death of music star prince. app shows there were no obvious signs of trauma and authorities do not believe that the 57-year-old's death was suicide. investigators say the last time prince was seen alive was wednesday night when a friend dropped him off at his minnesota home. they got concerned when they didn't hear about him the next day. went over to the house and they found him dead on thursday morning. his body has been released back to his family so they could make funeral arrangements. >> we are looking at a big weekend with some rain coming in here but we have a lot of events that have been happening here and it was just earth day so i want to see if we can get this one to work here.
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this one coming in from new jersey. >> a little bit of both here, look at the temperatures, upper 60s here. here's the rain that we're talking about. it's moving towards the area here. it's in the north and western suburbs right now, it will be pushing through the area. here over the next few hours. it's a little heavier up there one in lancaster county and chester county. it will come through the corridor. it is moving so it's not going to last all weekend. just over the next few hours. the back edge of this is
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starting to push through lehigh valley so it should be clearing up there shortly. the rain still working into the north and western suburbs through philadelphia and then into new jersey and delaware. here it is by 11:00. 2:00 or 3:00 it will start to clear out. maybe a few lingering showers to the south but look how it clears up by 6:00, 7:00 tonight and overnight tonight with the skies clear and the wind dying down it's a chilly start to tomorrow morning. the rain will end this morning, a breezy afternoon, much cooler overnight tonight and a great sunday with a return of sunshine. right now these temperatures are into the 60s. a light breeze about 8 miles an hour out of the north. from the 60s we should push up into the 70s and drop into the 40s and even 30s into some of these north and western suburbs here. a little chill tomorrow morning but a nice afternoon. got to get the rain out of here. it's watering the grass, so that's a good thing but it will be clearing out by this afternoon.
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>> we'll take it. thank you, dave. they're staying there's still a chance. every game of course is an elimination game and they were able to beat the capitals in game 5 last night 2-0. >> let's go flyers. sean brace from philly influencer. >> that game last night. 44-11 as far as shots on goal and we come away with the victory, incredible. you've got to stay with the hot head right now. that was the difference for the capitals and the flyers in the first three games. it was brandon holtby. right now you're getting that type of performance from michael
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neuvirth. >> now that they're back in it, are they really back in it. >> interesting. playing with house money for sure. they come back to the home. mr. snyder, the whole rah-rah, they've got a couple of things working for them right now. i'm not saying i believe in a higher power or anything like that, but anything that can get a little momentum that works for you, continue to use it. >> we're going to be wearing our orange and praying. but we do also have to talk about some football. >> this was an interesting week for the eagles. we remember we talked about a couple of weeks ago that the general manager came out and said the eagles wanted to get the number one overall pick, you've got to go number 2 an that means the eagles are going after carson is that guy. a lot of people questioning the move right now. you had to give up a lot but the caution everyone who wants to go down that road look at the
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washington redskins. did that really deplete their system? no. so i don't think the eagles gave up too much to get the number 2 overall pick. but making things interesting that's for sure. >> we're watching video of him and seeing his performance. thinking they're going to get wentz. now people are questioning his skills. >> here's where i think everybody gets a little bit crazy. can he play? yes. it's either we're going to be the greatest quarterback of all time or the worst. there's no in between. there's guys in the league that are pretty good quarterbacks but not the greatest but can still play the position. obviously everybody wants a superstar. he has skills, he's a winner, he's a tough mentality type of guy, came back from a broken
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hand injury. went to north dakota state to play football. >> tell tuesday how you distinguish the quarterback? >> they're from california. i have to google their names to look at the cuteness factor. that's a good-looking human right there. >> i wanted jared goss. he's got the california looks, the charm and he can throw a football pretty good. >> how does sam bradford feel about this?
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basically they're telling you hey they're not going to be here very much longer that's for sure. >> union today 4:00. i've got to give a shot out to my squad right here. championship number 3. the omars. i used to play sport in social. >> they drink a lot of beer and play a little sport. good. the omars. and phillyinfluencer.com. >> would you eat at a restaurant naked? >> out there in london? i saw that yesterday. no. yeah, yeah. that's a little -- even in my house i couldn't eat naked by myself. >> we want your opinion on this one because it is happening in london. why they want you to come naked.
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but there are so many examples where that doesnt happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. [ guitar music ] >> welcome back. this is the one pretty interesting comments so far.
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i don't get to go out to dinner too often. but if i do, i like to put on a nice dress and go out there. but there's one place where they want you to take it all off. >> dress down. way down. london's naked restaurant has a waiting list of 16,000 borderline pervs. for some food it features candle lit continuers, and guests will have access to changing rooms, and they want you to be naked. and the restaurant, it does allow people to have a night out without i am purities like chemicals, electricity, phones or clothes. and there is a clothed section. although i can't imagine why anybody would go to an all-nude restaurant to eat in the clothed section. >> because they want to watch. >> that's nasty. that can't pass code.
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>> spare us the spishual. dave, you ran away from this chat. are you on board? >> no, i'm not on board. >> no nakedness? >> i might do that with my doughnut and coffee in my house. >> thanks for the visual right there on that one. >> this went way off the hinges. >> would you do it? would you eat in an all-nude restaurant. that is our poll question of the
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day. all in the name of education, i'm on board. >> this is an event for a great cause. how you can enjoy great food, great drinks and help out kids. it's a good cause. >> even at 8:45 in the morning. we'll do it. >> bottoms up. modres: the cost of living the pay stays the same. i have to work extra hours just to make ends meet. it's a big struggle. one person that really gets this is katie mcginty.
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>> dave warren, i have a shout out that the greater philadelphia area baby showers today from 11:00 to 3:00 and they've got a million different topics. it's a fabulous cause if you can get on out for that event, that would be a good one on this day. for new and expectant mothers. >> i'll pass. >> 31st and walnut street at the penn ice rink. >> if you go out, you've got a little rain to deal with. we have a lot of earth day-themed events happening here. here's another one coming in from new jersey. >> today we're having an awesome earth day celebration in downtown haddonfield. do we need these or these?
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let us know? >> all of the above. rain now, sunshine later. so good choices there. first of all, we're dealing with the rain. 10:00 that rain should be ending. get a little bit of sunshine by noon, maybe a lingering shower and by this afternoon, clouds and some sun. here's the rain pushing the north and western suburbs slowly moving to the south. it will be moving to the i-95 corridor here every over the next few hours and new jersey and delaware by 2:00 or 3:00 it should be off the coast. so this will not be lasting all weekend. it's shaping up to be a nice afternoon. the 7-day forecast has a great sunday after a cold start. going to climb up to 66. monday is a little warmer. tuesday for the primary, periods of rain.
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wednesday and thursday we have sunshine, a little cool on wednesday morning. nice on thursday afternoon. showers return on friday. >> we're getting hungry because it smells so good. we want to tell you about a chance to eat some delicious food, sip some whiskey for a fabulous cause. the second annual bourbon bash. >> joining us this morning the chef. >> how are you guys doing. >> the event is tuesday from 6:00 to 9:00 and basically it's 49.99 a ticket and we raise money for a companywide initiative and we're celebrating our second year also so we tie it together. it's a huge deal we get tons of
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food. last year we raised $35,000. we bought laptops, overhead projectors. teachers need things. >> a good time for a great cause. >> where did you grow up? >> south philly. >> you sound like it. >> where did you go to school? >> st. john newman. 1986. we have some ahi tuna, fresh doughnuts that i fried this morning before i got here and some pecan tart and chocolate cake and this is just a touch of
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we have christina joining us. today we're going to focus on wall accents. you've got some great ones in this room. >> we have an awesome blue accent wall behind us which is really fun because if you're afraid to do the entire room, just do one wall. >> this is a kid's room. what's happening on this wall over here? >> we chose a zebra print to stay within the theme and we used animal prints to pull it all together. >> how did you come up with the theme from this room? >> dylan my two-year-old, he's a leo, a lion, and i based the whole entire room for his nursery off of this amazing
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scarf that was my mom's. we framed it and i pulled all the colors and the idea of the animals basically from that. >> i love this accent wall. why did you pick this collection? >> this is my husband's, used to be his office. for his 30th birthday i wanted to incorporate some pieces for him that had james bond. it's always nice to have instead of just artwork or pictures, some accent pieces to your gallery wall. and the whole gold theme up against the black really makes it pop. geometric shapes right now are really hot. they're a big trend and i knew we wanted to incorporate that in this room but i put a little twist on it. i spray painted them different shades of green to make it pop up against the black. and then added the little cactuses in there that had the green as well and also brought the outside in.
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>> this is about to be the new nursery. what have you done here? >> this whole theme for this room is a beachy boho theme and it comes off of my roots from california. but we decided to use an accent wall with wallpaper and it has the waves in it and we have a huge driftwood piece. wallpaper is so fun because you can make a big huge statement. >> we love your suggestions for accent walls. two thumbs up. thank you ladies. put all your information on our website in case you want to check it out. fox29.com. >> i haven't stopped eating yet. >> he's our new best friend. >> parsnips are delicious. i had no idea what a parsnip was. now i know it's delicious. >> thank you for spending your saturday with us. we really appreciate it. have a wonderful saturday.
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