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♪ live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10:00. ♪ breaking news out of the gate. delaware toddler found wandering alone is back with his mom tonight. good evening, i'm lucy noland. i'm chris o'connell. iain is off tonight. wilmington police found the little boy walking alone in a local park earlier tonight. >> fox 29's brad sattin live in wilmington. so brad, do police know what happened here? >> reporter: well that's the big question. they're still obviously trying to get to the bottom of. i can tell you this little boy and family as you mentioned reunited actually right in front of us just a few moments ago, but they jumped in the car and
all they would say at the time is that everybody is okay and they took off. now, we've opted not to show at this point the boy's face any more because, again, he is fine. he's doing well. but let's backtrack little bit about 6:00 o'clock tonight the discover receive this little boy sparking a massive search at speak man park. police called to the scene and found him alone. they did extension seive search around the park area, the neighborhood, looking obviously for the boy's family. he was -- little boy apparently not able two or three years old to provide a whole lot of information and was eventually taken to dupont children's hospital. again, he's fine. they took him there just as a precaution. now again tonight police not going into a lot of detail. we just asked them a few minutes ago. they do tell us that the boy's mother was found. police saying she told them he was in the care of his stepfather over at the park and how exactly the boy and the stepfather separated is not clear. but we do know that foul play is not suspected. so, again, the boy two or three
years old and his family reunited right in front of us just few minutes ago. taking off only to say that everybody is okay. so clearly a happy ending here, guys. back to you. >> thank goodness, brad. skyfox over a nasty crash in north philadelphia. it has called little girl. police tell us one car was heading west on york when another car slammed into it at second street. the first car lost control, hit a fire hydrant, then a building. the impact ejected the three-year-old. she died at the hospital. two other people are hurt but we're told their injuries are not serious. no word tonight if the child was in a car seat. argument in the middle of alcott street in somerdale ended with man's death. philadelphia police say it happened around 5:00 this evening. two men were arguing and one started firing off his gun shooting the other man six tim times. authorities found the gun 2 miles away in a mailbox. but they still haven't found the shooter. skyfox over a fatal accident
in browns mills. this is on route 70 near pasadena road. one car drove into a tree killing two people who were inside. it's not clear yet why the car went off the road. police closed the road for about two hours as they investigated. but traffic is moving again. authorities have not released the identity of those people killed. on your radar get ready for temperatures to soar. looking live at trenton. we have one more day of comfortable weather then it's back to dangerous heat. kathy orr is tracking the changes. kathy? >> out there right now a little bit of humidity, um-hmm, excuse me, lucy. temperatures climbing very quickly over the course of the week. on your radar you can see clearing skies across the delaware valley. the clouds to the south. temperatures quiet warm out there. getting over cold. temperatures quiet warm in pottstown, still at 68. philadelphia 76. in millville 72 degrees. the humidity in will build tomorrow and so will the heat. each day it's going get warmer. overnight in the city 69. the suburbs 62.
clear and comfortable. but during the day tomorrow, you'll see more humid conditions and by the end of the week, oppressive. oppressive weather with another heat wave. this is heat wave number five and, of course, with the heat we get the storms. more on those coming up later in the broadcast with the seven day. i'll see you then. >> take care of yourself, kathy. elevator accident in center city left a sheriff's sergeant paralyzed from the waist down. authorities say sheriff sergeant paul owens is still in medically induced coma. elevator carrying the 50-year-old at the criminal justice center crashed through the ceiling. cjc reopened today with limited access to elevators. the investigation into what women wrong continues. in berks county, new clues tonight about the days leading up to a tragic discovery. a family of five shot and killed in an apparent murder suicide. authorities found the bodies in their sinking spring home over the weekend. >> fox 29' is that so bean in a kuriakose tells us tonight trouble make brewing between the
parents. >> reporter: published report cites one neighbor as saying my began short was actually going to leave her husband mark and take the kids with her on saturday, the very day that the family's bodies were found inside this home. >> it's sad. it's devastating. >> reporter: in a small community willow short was known as a neighborhood miracle. born with a heart defect her struggle to live witness transplant was chronicled online by her mom 33-year-old meghan short. hope and promise turned to shock and horror. police discovering the bodies of willow, her mother and father along with eight-year-old sister leanna and five-year-old brother mark inside their sprawling sinking spring home saturday. all five family members killed with bullets. >> counselors on hand at leann leannas' grade school she would have been a third grader this fall. >> i thought they were a good family. >> reporter: police found a murder suicide note but but who not said who shot the weapon.
there were domestic issues between the two. new monday a neighbor tells meghan was due to move out the same day the family's bodies were found. >> that neighbor even citing online messages in which she claims meghan revealed she was unhappy in her marriage to mark. but instead of moving vans there were ambulances and emergency vehicles. >> it is a big strain on the family. i just -- like i said, followed willow's story, and when i saw that it was the same family, it was just devastating. >> reporter: deena mcdonough followed the family online. she came to pay her respects at the home. michelle, helped charity benefit for willow. she saw meghan a few months ago at the store. >> she was very strong, you kn know, very driven to take care of her kids, um, definitely, um, a very good mom. >> reporter: police are being tight lipped about this investigation. we do know an autopsy is happening today on the body of mark short. those results could take up to a month to come back. reporting in sinking spring,
sabina kuriakose fox 29 news. a jury has been seated tonight in the criminal child of pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane. judge and lawyer spent all day questioning potential jury roars and seated six men and six women to serve. the judge asked all juror if's they knew potential witnesses who may testify in the trial among those on the witness list philadelphia district attorney seth williams and former pennsylvania supreme court justice shaemus mccaffery. prosecutors charged kane with leaking secret grand jury information, then lying about it. opening statements in the trial are set for tomorrow. family and friends have been gathering to night to remember a local man murdered right in front of his young daughters. his family says the 29-year-old was a dedicated husband and father and they're now calling for justice. fox 29's shawnette wilson was at tonight's vigil live in juniata park. shawnette? >> reporter: lucy, tonight no motive in the murder of terrell
bogs ton night the family continues to wait for answers. >> may your spirit be lived. >> reporter: two sisters 10-year-old and 22-year-old released balloons in memory of their father. >> what's going on, god? we need you more than ever. >> reporter: familiar gathered outside a relative's home on north 51 is the street to remember 29-year-old terrell bogs a husband and father. police say around 12:10 sunday morning, bogs returned from the store to his home on the 3400 block of braddock street in kensington. his two daughters and 15-year-old sister were with him when two gunmen approached and opened fire. >> angry, upset, hurt. >> reporter: this is the victim' sister-in-law. she's worried about her grieving sister who was too heart broken to speak on camera. and the victim's young children. >> my niece is growing up and also they brother growing up without a father, and just got to live the pain of being there watching your dad die right
there in front of your eyes. >> reporter: the crowd shared kind words about terrell as they held candles. >> terrell bogs was an american dad. he worked every day as a schoolbus driver to provide for his family. >> reporter: victim was a boxer preparing for a fight in september. family members say they don't know why someone would want to kill terrell but they're pleading for answers. >> our community can no longer be silent while she's atrocities occur. >> reporter: and back here live, family members say that police tell them they have made one arrest. we contacted police earlier this afternoon to confirm whether they have made an arrest if they're looking for second suspect. we're still waiting to hear from them. lucy, back to you. >> thank you shawnette. hands on deck at the airlines struggles to regain normal operations. computer outage forced the cancellation of thousands of
flights worldwide. at philadelphia international airport a lot of people dealing with delays and cancellations and alike. just like delta passengers nationwide, some customers are very upset they found out about the outage only after arriving at the airport. >> i would like to have received an e-mail, text, twitter even through my app. that didn't happen. >> delta is granting waivers passengers with canceled or significantly delayed flights. passengers may also request a full refund or change their flights over the next four days without penalty. as always, call ahead before you head to the airport. ♪ guy just out for his nightly walk behind his home when one wrong step puts his live on the line stranded for hours. why he was too afraid to call for help all night long. a string of burglars across philadelphia but these guys don't stop there. what they're after upstairs that has lot of families worried tonight. plus family's trip to
philadelphia almost ruined when someone makes off with a mom's purse with their passports inside. tonight they have them back. what is still missing that might have you scratching your head. it may have look like a bunch of girls having fun at summer camp but this is so much more. >> as african-american girls, it's important to know who they are to be strong in who they are so we bring in examples of that. >> how this special camp is empowering young local girls. ♪
whenthe state made aers, commitment to us. i knew that i wasn't going to make a fortune. but i would have a secure pension plan when i retired. each and every one of us made that contribution from every paycheck we ever earned. they've been negligent in their responsibility over the years of not funding this pension the way it should have been funded. they have made a promise, they've made a commitment, and they need to stick to it.
developing to note a terrifying pattern involving robberies at a dozen philadelphia businesses. police say these armed robbers have been breaking into businesses and homes since may. the most recent robbery happened just a week ago. >> fox 29's dave schratwieser is live at police headquarters and, dave, police say the victims all have a few things in common. >> reporter: lucy, police say the suspects are targeting asian business owners who live in the same building with their restaurant or store. they struck 12 times since may in each of the cases it was a gun point robbery carried out between 4:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. >> very i was fray. >> reporter: speaking through an interpreter chin and his business partner were scared to death when several men broke into their home above the jackie chan take out restaurant in late june and robbed them. >> they were threatened by gun. they pointed the gun at their heads. >> reporter: police are now linking 12 home invasion robberies to these suspects caught on surveillance video over the past three months. the latest crime coming early monday morning when the suspects broke into the china wok take
out restaurant near the owners are fortifying the place. >> well planned out obviously and there's this perception that money is there and then obviously these people are taking an opportunity to do this. >> reporter: investigators say the video show as many as four possible suspects entering the asian owned businesses ransacking them then breaking into the owner's residences upstairs. >> they are very afraid and they -- he was very afraid. he was actually injured because of the way that they tight tide him up. >> reporter: more than 150 asian business owners attended a meeting in monday. there have been eight home invasions in west or southwest philly much another four in northwest philadelphia. business owners lynn lynn was the victim of a home invasion a few years ago. she still scared. >> we're living in fear. a lot of fear and pressure. >> we want our member to learn something from police headquarters for organization how to protect their self.
>> you see unique tattoos on one of these individuals specific physical you look at the one video he has a tattoo on the back of his neck we think it's the word felicia. >> i'm afraid i'll be the neck victim. >> reporter: the fbi's violent crimes task force joined this investigation. police believe the suspects could be from the area. they also believe they may grow more and more violent as they get more and more desperate. chris? >> okay, dave, thanks. a car crash in north philadelphia leaves two people injured including a police officer. authorities say the officer was responding to a call when the cruiser collided with another car on 22nd and montgomery avenue. this happened around 11:30 this morning. police say the officer should be fine after getting treated at roxborough hospital. medic treated the other person on the scene. no word what went wrong. jailed local mob boss joey merlino has a date in court in florida tomorrow. he's set to appear for a bail hearing in west palm beach federal court on new round of
chargecharges. fbi agents arrested him last week along with 40 other members. they include members of five organized crime families. the indictment contains charges such as racketeering, gambling, loan sharking, arson and firearms offenses as well as health care fraud dating back to 2011. tomorrow prosecutors will argue merlino should stay in jail on pretrial detention. merlino's attorney says fighting all the charges. police in evesham township are crackin cracking down on did driving. all in an effort to keep people safe. they say distracted driving is an epidemic on new jersey roadways and it's time to speak out. the message from police today, distracted driving kills and they have the numbers to back it up. >> our recent statistics have shown, though, that almost 60% of our crashes in 2016 were direct result of distracted driving. put the phone down. both hands on the steering wheel. pay attention. not only put yourself in danger
but on the bystander other motorists they're in danger when you're driving distracted. >> police have pin pointed areas where they see a lot of accidents and are aggressively going after people who they think are distracted. vacation philadelphia took a downward turn for this family when someone stole the mom's purse. she left it on septa bus and inside that bag, her family's passport. >> some creative police work add in social media gave this story a very happy ending. fox 29's bill anderson shows us. >> my son asked me where my backpack was, and i -- then realized that i left it on the bus. >> reporter: relief for this woman ready to go back home to columbia tomorrow after her family's backpack is returned. they left it on a septa bus last week and it was stolen along with a cell phone, jewelry and all of their passports. >> how am i going to get out of the country now? i'm going to -- how am i going to back home with my children if the
passports were there? >> reporter: they didn't have lot of hope but after receiving the complaint, septa police chief thomasness tell known for creative policing and social media status thought this was perfect time to get creative and help someone. >> we look at our video. we found the picture of the person that picked up the bag, and blasted it out. i was willing to trade the bag the family's belongings for no arrest. >> reporter: the chief has pretty significant social media following. so the offer spread quickly into the surprise of many the bag was returned win 24 hours. in exchange the chief was happy to honor the amnesty offer. >> in my eyes, it was good decision. focusing on trying to help people what the police should be doing, and we can provide a second chance for somebody that made a mistake. >> reporter: she couldn't talk stop talking about appreciative she was of the concern local law enforcement provided when it would have been easy to chalk
this up as an impossible case to solve in the mill time the family had before flying home. >> thank you. thank you. thank you very much. you made this possible. thanks to them this vacation have happy ending. >> reporter: almost as interesting as getting the passports back is what they didn't get back. they didn't get back lip tick, she didn't get back clothes and smaller items that were also in her bag. she just didn't care. she was so excited by the way people rallied around her she'll be heading tomorrow grateful and with a smile. in the newsroom, i'm bill anderson, fox 29 news. tragedy inside a popular water park that takes the life of a 10-year-old boy. what we just learned tonight about the water slide accident. and what is going on here. helicopter only a few feet off the ground buzzing why these pictures have one man in serious trouble with police. plus, one of the country's favorite fast food burgers getting a facelift? >> hmm. >> are they going too far? what's about to hit the menu.
>> going too far with a burger. all right. ♪ now with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly. good evening, everybody. good news for folks tomorrow. septa made service adjustments on the regional rail lines. some new trains, three new trains added to the warminster line. check the new schedule on fox29.com. naamans creek road closed all this week at ogden in delaware county. if you're coming over the commodore barry bridge into pennsylvania, the ramp to flower street also blocked all this week with construction. we'll check the jam cams. sue has the forecast. see you tomorrow bright and early starting at 4:00. ♪
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can pass a bill to fight zika. the virus has made it's way to the us mainland with active cases in florida. shimmer wants congress to approve nearly $2 billion in emergency funding. according to the cdc, 479 pregnant women in the united states have zika. a popular kansas city water park was closed today. >> comes after a young boy died sunday on the world's tallest water slide. police say 10-year-old caleb swab died from a neck injury he was a son of a kansas state representative. the water slide at schlitterbahn water park named verruckt german for insane. it drops riders almost 170 feet at 65 miles an hour. right now water park officials are trying to figure out what went wrong. >> to be honest, this is not something we've experienced. safety of our guests is a priority. in addition to the safety what happened on the ride other staff
are affected. >> the park reopens tomorrow but not the water slide. it may look like bunch of girls having fun at summer camp but this is so much more. how the special camp is empowering local young girls. kathy orr tracking your foreca forecast. >> that's right, chris. we are looking at drier air moving in to the delaware valley right now. but it's not going to stay. see all those yellows and reds? that's warm air and high humidity. it turns oppressive in the seven day coming up. ♪ >> and all new at 11:00 a girl's birthday party gone terribly wrong. what sent almost two dozen people to the hospital including young children. ♪
♪ in philadelphia's elmwood section tonight police are looking for two men involved in carjacking and shooting. just after midnight at 60th and woodland avenue, carjackers approached two men in a car and asked them to get out. the men then shot one of the victims. stole the car. police recovered that car nearby
without anyone inside. the 31-year-old victim is in critical condition. a 16-year-old girl's fate still in the hands of judge tonight. today that wilmington judge heard testimony to decide whether the girl should face charges as an adult in the death of her classmate. a police detective told the court that the fight at howard high school of technology left amy joyner francis with her fingernails ripped out. she died in april after that assault inside a school bathro bathroom. prosecutors have catched her classmate with criminally negligent homicide and conspiracy. authorities say joyner francis had pre-existing heart condition and contribute thing factor to her death was the stress of the assault. ♪ you decide 2016. if you can believe it we are now just 90 days away from the general election and donald trump is using had time to reconnect with voters after losing ground in the polls to hillary clinton. >> in detroit today the republican nominee laid out his plan for jump starting the economy. among the highlights of his
economic plan trump is proposing across the board tax cut. he also wants to eliminate the death tax offer full deduction of all child care expenses and impose a 15% corporate tax rate. meanwhile, hillary clinton has seen a boost to her poll numbers in key swing states. she's been focusing on jobs and the economy as well. trump says the democrats aren't doing enough and his plan what the country needs. >> it will present a night and day contrast to the job killing tax raising poverty inducing obama clinton agenda. >> it's really outrageous to me that somebody who claims to be so successful has done it by stiffing hard-working americans. >> clinton's campaign says she'll counter trump's economic plan with an address of her own later this week. and there's a new contender in the presidential race. meet 40-year-old evan mcmullen
running as an independent. he's a former cia operative and ex policy director for the house republican conference. experts say mcmullen' chans of winning are slim. in fact this late in the game it may be a struck get to even get his name on the ballot in all 50 states. >> it may look like girls just having fun on the field at summer camp but they're actually building brains and muscles and confidence all at the same time. a competitive body building builder and certified fitness training creating quite a buzz and attracting big named mentors with her new summer camp for young city girls. >> she's helping them become strong inside and out and look good doing it. joyce evans takes to us west philadelphia where it's game on. >> everybody ready? >> yes. >> excite idea. >> yes. >> reporter: scoop it. pass it. catch it. shoot. what is this strange game? it's
something these young ones have likely never seen or played before. >> kids to know more main stream sports of football, basketball. good to know more sports. >> we're going to learn about cradling. >> reporter: their coach. >> 16-year-old lacrosse phenom alexis joe he seven. >> hold it and cried debt. >> reporter: she's a defender on penn charter's lacrosse team. she's got two years left in high school she's committed to full scholarship to play lacrosse as a duke university blew definitely. >> she's very mature. she's surprising me. a lot of times it brings tears to my eyes to see how hard she is works and how well she works witness kids and just dedicated. just wanting to do good. >> there we go. that was a good shot. >> reporter: the good us she's doing here at camp beauty fit strong is immeasurable. >> run through i you almost had it. the thing so extraordinary about
hershey's 16 then listen to her. they listen to her better than listen to the adults. >> my coach always tells me shoot low. it's a great way for you to learn people skills how to figure out out how people react to certain thing. >> reporter: discipline, focu focus, confidence, etiquette. >> there we go. >> reporter: all just as important as math, science and physical fitness to certified trainer and competitive body builder awed today. >> as front of kay american girls it's important to know who they are, to be in who they are. they bring in examples of that. >> reporter: doctors, lawyers, athletes, women who look just like these five to 13-year-old girls and walk in the same sho shoes. >> why do they need to know so early? isn't this a bit young. >> no, they're like sponges at their ages they kind of take it all in. my goal is to build them up so no one can tear them down. >> reporter: a goal missed, a goal made.
>> one at a time. >> getting used to everything and like you said it's very similar to life where you have to feel thing out. get used it to. >> reporter: we can see their confidence building with every scoop -- >> you ready? >> reporter: and shoot. while the young ones took a quick water break at discovery charter school i figured i've never pick up a stick before. i have never scooped up a ball and tried to throw it. but i'm ready for her. um-hmm. >> trash talk ended quickly. >> i node to catch it? >> yeah. >> ooh. >> ♪ >> almost. >> off the hook the girls came back refreshed and ready for more action. >> are you sure she's 16? >> yes. i know. she's almost like my mom. >> lexi's impact was obvious with the young ladies. >> hardest part was when you had to get it in the net.
>> it's fun. >> you going to try again tomorrow? >> yes. >> reporter: keep working on it, right. >> uh-huh. >> reporter: you going to miss these little ones. >> i am going to miss you guys. >> thank you, lexi! >> reporter: but neither will ever forget. until next summer. joyce evans, fox 29 news. video shows rescuers banding together in south jersey, a dolphin was stranded in this small creek. how long crews were hard at work to save this guy. guy out just for his nightly walk behind his home when one wrong step puts his live on the line. stranded for hours. why he says he was too afraid to call for help all night long. ♪
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♪ new video tonight shows rescuers banding together to rescue a daal fin from shallow creek in south jersey it took crews from marine mammal stranding center two tries yesterday to get the bottled knows dove fin out of the creek in middle township. hours later they were finally able to free him into the delaware bay. they're not sure how he got stuck in the first place. now rescuers also raced to help a second dolphin entangled off
the coast of lavalette friday but that dolphin unfortunately died. in your money tonight applications are now being accepted for expanded alcohol sales in pennsylvania. new law went into effect today that will allow roughly 11,000 businesses to sell take out wine. other changes allowing places like pizza shops that sell beer to go to serve alcohol and casinos can apply to serve alcohol during overnight hours. first it was chicken fries and now burger king created another hybrid fast food called you ready? >> this new item is mix of burger and a burrito. burger king execs say it took several months of testing to create this american staple. it will have the same ingredients as whopper instead of mayo creamer kay so sauce and flower tortilla wrap it. the whopper receipt tow makes its grand debut august 15th.
in southern california it's a heart-breaking story that involves an elderly couple. >> they're being evicted from their house after falling victim a exam from someone in their own family. hank and helen have owned this home for more than 50 years but now they have just 60 days to pack up their bags for good. the couple says their grandson convinced them to hand over the deed of their house. he allegedly took out all the he equity from the home defaulted on the loans and put the house up for sale. the couple, well, they had no idea. >> people in the neighborhood told me all about it but i still couldn't believe it. not from him. i couldn't. >> hoping something will happen we can get it back. i don't know how but, you never know. >> aww. >> heartbreaking. >> it is. >> police are investigating this case elder abuse and fraud. experts say this type of fraud is most common and most cases are perpetrated by family members.
>> got a go monday every fund me. look it up. helicopter a few feet off the ground. why these pictures have one man in serious trouble with police. kathy orr tracking your forecast getting hot out there, kathy. >> pretty warm, chris. clear for now but not for long. back to oppressive heat coming up in the seven day. don't let dust and allergens get between you and life's beautiful moments.
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♪ a florida helicopter pilot is in trouble tonight because deputes say he was flying recklessly. county sheriffs office is using this picture as part of a investigation against pilot thomas warsman. they watched the helicopter he was flying hovering just few feet above a busy highway in kissimmi on saturday. they tried to speak with warsman when he was landing but he refused to turn off or get out of the chopper. taking off again with his group of passengers. >> it was too close to the ground, yeah, i think it's very dangerous. >> eventually deputes arrested warsman for operating an aircraft in reckless manner and resisting arrest. and his employer orlando hell will he tours immediately fired him. >> in in order an elder mal man relaxing day quickly turned into a nightmare for decades bob
broils spent every night at the creek outside his home enjoying nature and feeding turtles. but one night recently the 78-year-old fell in after the light he was wearing on his head fell off. he was trapped in the murky water and says he was afraid to make any noise in case a snake was nearby. >> you don't want to draw any attention. be very quite. don't make ripples in the water. you don't make any sounds. you don't do anything until he's gone. >> they do have venomous snakes down there and crocs and alligators. he was stuck for 10 hours. eventually city workers found him and helped him to safety. a man in his 70s on his way home when he makes a stop just feet from his driveway. police say he was looking for a little, how do you say company. >> that's one way to term it. it turned out to be very costly decision. fox's erika erickson explains. >> reporter: while this corner in pontiac baldwin and rutgers
is a well-known area for prostitution. >> they're out there working. >> reporter: all the time. >> all time to time yes. >> reporter: elderly man not so lucky early saturday morning after bringing a prostitute to his house. >> that's one of the things you probably shouldn't do. um, quiet frankly. >> reporter: oakland county sheriffs the 71-year-old who united states rides motorized scooter met a prostitute at 3am. and brought her to his home. >> when you do things that are illegal what he did was illegal bad things can happen. >> reporter: while inside the prostitute quickly phoned a friend. she said to bring some drugs. >> she must have called somebody on be nounsed to him the guy comes in and robs him. >> reporter: holding the 71-year-old at gun point the two suspects then tied the man to a chair. then stealing the man's wallet, cell phone and $4,000 from the man's safe, the two took off. >> i feel bad for the guy. come on, man. >> don't take a prostitute to your house. >> reporter: man breaking free
able to ride to an area business and call for help thankfully not hurt with this corner a busy one those living nearby -- >> you don't sound surprised. >> new york city i don't sound surprised. >> reporter: police searching for that prostitute described as a white woman, 5-foot four and 120 pounds many her partner in crime described as a black man. they believe the two have done this before and will likely do it again. >> the moral of the story don't take pros stout to your house. >> reporter: police don't have many details on the suspects they ask anyone with information to please call crime stoppers at one-800-speak up. you could receive a reward $1,000. in pontiac, erika erickson, fox news. ♪ that's not quite as a sops fable moral to the story eighths moral to story. >> kathy orr with weather. how -- you zen e-mail saying heat and humidity on the rise. what gives? >> that's right. we talked about the heat wave coming. heat wave number five. we're going to see bermuda high build off the coast and that's a typical summer pattern for summertime heat.
summer is not over yet. take look outside. it's beautiful night in old city philadelphia with temperatures still in the 70s. dew points they are inching up 69 beginning to uncomfortable. the high today made it to 85. a little bit below average. right now in the city temperatures generally in the 70s. you can see down the shore, 73 in ocean city. 75 in avalon. in voorhees 72. in cinnaminson 71. ocean water temperature in atlantic city 79 degrees. but when we get those hot temperatures we will see the cooler water temperatures. it kind of works in reverse. the warm land brings the cooler water. dew point temperatures right now mainly in the 60s. so getting a little sticky. 70s through millville, wilmington and dover. and this is where it will feel oppressive first to the south. fox future cast shows overnight looking great with clear skies. tomorrow morning we'll see some clouds inching up from baltimore and washington. possibly making it into our northern and western suburbs a few clouds. during the afternoon more
numerous cloud cover especially west of philadelphia and you can see in the northeastern part of new jersey and then over the course of the morning hours wednesday, some spotty showers and possible storms but another round especially through south jersey wednesday afternoon. they will be popping up during the heat and humidity of the day. overnight, in the city, 69. the suburbs 62. clear and comfortable. tomorrow noticeably more humid the high near 90 degrees. and we are looking for more heat and humidity to build thursday, friday and into the weekend with that high pressure system off the coast. just once again seeing those really oppressive conditions. summertime heat, here's look at our heat wave history. in may one heat wave. june 91. three in july. that makes it four so far. we're going for five. your extended forecast calls for that heat wave to be official on friday. looks like we'll be a five-day heat wave. shore temperatures quiet warm. peeking over the weekend can't even beat the heat down the shore. that is the latest from the weather center.
we'll send it over to howard. >> thanks. all right. i'm going to show you one of the best hockey fights you have probably ever seen since the broad street bullies. and hear from the eagles quarterback playing his first nfl game. that will be thursday night. we'll hear from carson wentz. that will be coming up in sports. ♪
♪ everybody ready for little football? i know i am. it's not just on the practice field for the eagles. thursday night the eagles play tampa in the first pre-season game at the linc. how about that? we're excited about pre-season. some players missing for the eagles. all injuries malcolm jenkins, jason peter, jordon matthews and went daal small wood will not play. some others are questionable. but there's not question in my mind and i think the fans they're looking forward to seeing one player in that game, that would be the eagles top pick carson wentz the head coach says wentz will probably play most of the second half. it's his first game in the nfl. >> i don't get real nervous with this game, you know, it's just game and i don't sweat too much about it. i just go out and have fun with it. if anything i'll calm down the scheme i'll be real excited once that first snap is done i'll be ready to play. i'm just going to go out there and show what i can do. i'm not going to try and blow
away any way just play ball. and show what i can do and i think the rest will take care of itself. >> i want to see the timing, the accuracy and the decision-making with him. i want to so, you know, him being able to move our offense. especially coming out of the locker room the second half of the game. the nfl they terrible embarrassing situation last night. it was joke. league had to cancel the first game of the season. it was only preseason. hall of fame game was canceled because they used the wrong paint on the field for the logos much that's unbelievable. phillies still out on the west coast tonight against that the their former teammate chase utley let's go to los angeles. zach over lynn who came from the dodgers in the trade through chase utley. first inking not a good one. peterson with the phillies down two-zero. the dodgers batted a it round. scored five and in the second inning believe it or not chase
utley hit a homerun. six-zero in the second. all right. good hockey fights not like this one. let's go to russia the chl. the player in blue drops one of the guys from the red team. i'm not even going to pronounce their names because their russian and i can't. now he goes after another player. this is beautiful. but he drops him. he's not done yet. so now he goes after the third player. he wants no parts of him. >> dave schultz? >> it should be. now he goes over to the bench. i want a p all of you. this is the best hockey fight. that's better than the broad street bullies. >> it sure is. wow. >> that's a good one. >> it is good. >> all right. >> he was suspended by the way. >> thanks, guys. that does it for us here at 10:00 o'clock. lucy knoll standing by with what's coming up at 11:00 o'clock. lucy? >> a girl's birthday party goes terribly wrong. what sent almost two dozen people to the hospital including young children. a toddler reunited with his
♪ >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 11:00. little boil found wandering alone in local park is safe tonight. reunited with his mom. wilmington police found the toddler and reached out to the public to find his family. good evening, i'm lucy noland. fox 29's brad sattin is live in wilmington. this has a happy ending, but, brad dorks police know what happened? >> reporter: yeah that's what lost people are asking. how could this toddler just get away from his familiarly? we can tell you about 9:30 tonight the family came here and took the child away. only to say that everybody is just fine. that's all they would say. but if we back up here to around 6:00 o'clock the search for the family started when that toddler was found alone at nearby speakman park. police putting out desperate call for the public's help to try to identify the boy