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>> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10. >> somebody to go and shoot him in the head and kill my son. i don't know what else to do. >> mother's anguish as she tries to pre help the murder of her son gunned down in camden and tonight she wants answers and justice. good evening, i'm dawn timmeney. >> i'm chris o'connell. so far there are very few clues about what happened to that young man. let's get out to shawnette wilson in camden county with the story. >> reporter: chris and dawn, what i learned tonight
28-year-old brett mosque was killed on the job he has worked for the past 10 years. as you just heard, his mother could barely speak as she begged for help finding her son's killer. >> somebody noes something. somebody scene something. >> reporter: the murderer of row chill smith's son is cutting her to the core. >> somebody to go and shoot him in the head and kill my son. >> reporter: she got the call tuesday that someone had shot her twenty eight-year-old son brett moss near one of his jobs work sights in camden. investigators don't know why. >> my son is kind and loving. >> reporter: it happened around 12:00 o'clock tuesday afternoon. brett who lived in levittown work as scrap metal collector for company called emr and had been assigned to work this yard near 27th and saunders streets. he'd only been reporting there for two weeks. he was alone when rochelle says someone dragged him out of the site of security cameras into this alleyway next to the yard and shot him. he died at the hospital the very
next day. >> the neighbors were elderly and they said he was sitting next to them and talk with them when the workload was light. they all loved him. >> reporter: brett graduated from kutztown university way degree in social work. he played football well enough rochelle says to go pro but an injury side lined his career before it could really take off. >> he even got picked up by the jacksonville jaguars and he got a knee injury. >> reporter: rochelle says what her son was most proud of was being a single father to his eight-year-old daughter kylie who still doesn't know her dad is gone. >> he took her swimming. he took her everywhere. had birthday parties. anything, you know, sat down, told taught her to read and write. he was good father. >> reporter: and back here live rochelle says she's offering a $5,000 reward for information that can help investigators solve her son's murder. the family has also set up a gofundme page to help with
funeral costs. you can find it on our website fox29.com. dawn, back to you. >> shawnette, so sad. thank you. on your radar tonight, more heat, but we have a good idea of when we'll get some sweet reli relief. let's check in with meteorologist dave warren. >> tweet relieve not until the end of weekend. nice sunset this picture send from mrs. fields beautiful shot there tonight with little glow in the clouds. one or two showers out there. still out there radar looking for any type of rain out there. maybe a few showers, few raindrops around the philadelphia area will continue to fall and begin to taper off after midnight tonight. future weather shows the showers clear out. start the day dry tomorrow a bit hour humidity but the humidity starts to increase you'll feel it around tomorrow morning. by tomorrow afternoon more showers and storms possible bit more widespread than we had today. temperatures tonight after hitting 90 degrees dropping into the upper 70s. mid to low 70s by the time you wake up tomorrow morning. here's what to expect.
north and west 70. 75 along 95. to the south we'll be into the mid 70s but the humidity really starts to increase. we hit 90 degrees this could be the start of a heat wave. but it won't last long. by sunday, we're looking at the end with a few showers and storms. i'll track that and let you know what to expect once that rain clears out all with the complete forecast coming up. >> all right, see in you few minutes, dave, thanks. police in new castle county, delaware on the hunt for a man who burst into an elderly woman's home. the home inn vague happened just afternoon today on the 700 block of hurfville road in the he'd din ridge community. authorities say 81-year-old answer add knock on the door and a man forced his way in and roughed her up. he ended up stealing some items inside and taking off in red car. home own are in was treated at the scene for minor injuries. the fbi working with philadelphia police tonight to track down a bank robber take close look. authorities say this guy hit up the hyperian bank on the 100 block of west girard avenue this
morning. he gave a teller a demand note and got away with cash. police believe he hit another bank about 40 minutes earlier on north fifth street. any information call police. in delaware, a judge ruled today that a 16-year-old girl charged with the death of another 16-year-old will not be tried as an adult. the judge rejecting the prosecution's request ruling that the girl will be tried in family court on charges of criminally negligent homicide. now this all stems from an assault inside the bathroom at wilmington high's howard high school of technology. this was back in april. prosecutors say the 16-year-old repeatedly hit amy joyner francis in a pre-meditated attack. joyner francis a pre-existing heart condition and the medical examiner ruled the attack contributed to sudden cardiac arrest. happening now, health officials in camden county are urging caution tonight. they say a bat in haddon heights has tested positive for rabies. more concerning a man found the
bat inside his home. he quickly called county health officials. >> now those officials are warning others in the county to be aware and to keep their families and pets safe. let's get straight out to joanne pileggi who's life for us in haddon heights. joanne? >> reporter: chris, dawn, we've actually seen a few bats flying around this park here in haddon heights. natural habitat of course, but there is real concern here after a bat flew into a home in this camden county community and then that bat testified positive for rabies. >> you do not want to expose yourself to this disease. >> reporter: cause for alarm in haddon heights after a homeowner discovers a bat inside the house. they did the right thing. >> definitely call animal control make sure they come and investigate so they can trap and test for this animal to see there has been exposure. >> reporter: the bat was tested and it was rabid. >> bats, raccoons all of those are rodents. so they are the most prevalent carriers of them. >> reporter: county health
official say finding one rabid bat is serious. same with other rabid wildlife which typically acts strange when they're infected with rabies. >> if you see those kinds of animals in your neighborhood, the other thing you have to be concerned with your own pets. because they can also attack your pets and if your pets get bitten, if you do not keep up with your rabies shot, they can be at risk. >> absolutely that would concern me, yeah. especially with brand new baby. i would be definitely be worried about that for sure. >> reporter: health officials did not identify the family who found the bat in their home but they were advised to seek pre-emptive treatment just in case. news of the rabid bat spread quickly in town. >> there could be other bats that are infected as well, okay, yeah. yeah, that would definitely >> walk my dog every night, and in the park in haddon heights. i see bats. swoop down and come by us and i mean i don't mind them, but -- >> unless they have rabies. >> unless they have rabies.
i don't know if they're rabid or not. >> reporter: that's the fear of course. you just don't know. that's why residents around here are being asked to be on the look out for wildlife that is acting strange. they're being told don't go near it, call police or call animal control. by the way, actual rabies cases are very rare, but lethal if they are not diagnosed and treated. chris? >> little creepy there joanne thank. philadelphia police arrested one man and looking for another in connection to the shooting death of an innocent man caught in the middle of the a gun fight. 25-year-old ford died last month when police say he was caught in the crossfire of two men shooting on the 5100 blog of germantown avenue. ford was killed as his three year old daughter was sitting in the back seat of that car. she was not hurt. well today police arrested 18-year-old jameel byrd facing murder charges. detectives are now trying to find 19-year-old saku monty. if you see him please call police.
we're staying on top of a developing story tonight. and some terrifying moments captured on surveillance video. a man walk flood a philadelphia bar and started waving a gun around threatening several unsuspecting people inside. it all went down in the city's nicetown section. >> as fox 29' is that so bean in a kuriakose reports, the gunman unleashed a lot more than just threats. >> reporter: frank' place has stood on veepth street in nicetown for half a century. >> frank's the friendly bar. friendly place to be. >> reporter: frank took over from his father 15 years ago. pouring sweat and blood into building up the block. >> we did all new pipes, all new concrete work in and out, all the garages brand new. everything is all nice. >> reporter: bright spot in this struggling neighbor. small business own are in says he is crushed somebody has shattered the peace carefully carved out and invested in. terrifying surveillance video capturing the moment an armed man pulled a gun on the mostly older crowd that freaks the bar.
even grabbing one customer and putting the gun to his head. >> i felt angry. i felt disappointed as you can see the video the way he was and the way he came in here and i was like, it was horrible. >> reporter: police say just before 2:00 wednesday morning minutes before closing time man wearing a bandana stuck up frank's customers taking cash and a woman's purse. the scared patrons hand over their valuables. new video obtained by fox 29 shows what owner frank describes as the alleged gunman casing the business. before busting in. a black sedan can also be seen outside. eventually the gunman leaves disappearing in the darkness of early morning. now frank is determined to find out who did it and he needs your help. >> hoping and praying that this guy can get caught and taken off the streets and put in jail where he deserves to be. >> reporter: police tell us the alleged gunman in that video is about 5-foot eight in his mid to late 20s. if you recognize him, call northwest detectives.
in nicetown, is a ben in a kuriakose, fox 29 news. ♪ >> new jersey store clerk out smarts a couple of thieves who stormed into his shop. how his quick thinking left the crooks locked inside the crime seen trying to pry their way back out. and this man is under arrest for something police say happened on a delaware beach. it involves his 13-year-old daughter, a shovel and a sea gull. the story only gets more disturbing from there. and change for philly schools. who is off the hook for a controversial punishment. >> and some ryan lochte is saying he's sorry for bad behavior that led to couple of days of bad press. why us olympic officials are also apologizin apologizing as e comes to an end. he looks a little worse for wear but this kitten is doing just fine after two days stuck in a pipe. how facebook made this rescue possible. ♪
♪ one camden county town showing support for their local police force in a very creative way. >> west clinton avenue in oakland lynn is paint width thin blue line. a facebook post of the pictures shared hundreds of times. >> overwhelmingly positive reaction from the community. fox 29's brad sattin joins us live from oaklyn. brad, pretty creative show of support out there. >> reporter: it is, chris. this is a very small borough
just off the white horse pike which is at the light behind me. if you blink you could miss it but suddenly it's getting a lot of positive attention as you mentioned as a result of what is in the center of the street here between those two yellow lines you will see that thin blue li line. >> thin blue line represents support for law enforcement. >> reporter: its meaning residents runs deep in the hearts of police officers and runs deep through the 1 mile borough of oaklyn painted this morning down the center of clinton avenue five blocks from the white horse pike to kendall boulevard. >> i noticed it coming up the street. that's a nice honor. >> head of the public works came up to the idea. passed it object to the police chief who got permission from camden county and the paintbrushes came out. it makes k9 officer colby, pro proud. >> nice working in the town we have such support from our citizens and residents it does mean a lot to us. >> reporter: thin blue line passes through the police and fire stations and right to oaklyn public school. >> i love it. i have blue blood in my family.
my brother is a police officer in a neighboring town so it's even more important to me. >> we're such a really really small community everybody noes everybody. everybody noes every police officer, borough employees, teacher in this town so it means that much more. >> reporter: symbol of appreciation at a time when law enforcement is under scrutiny like never before. >> we do everything we can for our community, and to have them support us back it means a lot especially in today's times. >> reporter: now the borough did post a lot of its photos on facebook. it's already gotten about 900 likes and about 500 shares quite a bit for this small borough. it is an idea, chris, that seems to very quickly be going viral. >> great idea. thanks, brad. you decide 2016. for the second time this week, a major change at the top of donald trump's campaign. campaign chair paul manafort has resigned. this comes after days of criticism about his past dealings with pro russian political party in ukraine and aft maintaining that he never
apologizes donald trump expressed regret last night for anything he said that may have caused anyone personal pain. today he visited several communities in louisiana hit by what's being called the worst u.s. natural disaster since super storm sandy. and in university city, a big push by hillary clinton's campaign to register voters. >> that's right. actor sean patrick thomas the star of barbershop launching the event inside philly cuts union any sex salon. he joined clinton supporters to introduce a new grass roots campaign pushing voter registration efforts inside small businesses across philadelphia. clinton's campaign held a similar voter registration event on tuesday when she spoke at west philadelphia high school. >> developing now, the olympic scandal that's become an international incident. american swimmer ryan lochte says he is sorry for the way he explained what happened to him in three teammates this past sunday in rio de janiero. >> that apology comes as the
swimmers and olympic officials try to move on. fox's steve harrigan has the latest night from rio. >> reporter: ryan lochte takes to instagram to issue an apology for his behavior while in braz brazil. the us olympic swimmer saying "i want to apologize for my behavior last weekend for not being more careful and candid in how i described the events of that early morning and for my role in taking the focus away from the many athletes fulfilling they are dreams of participating in the olympics" he went on to say, "i waited to share these thoughts until it was confirmed that the legal situation was addressed and it was clear that my teammates would be arriving home safely". the apology coming after swimmers jack conger and gunnar bentz returned to the us aft being pulled off a plane in brazil a day earlier. and swimmer james feigen's lawyer reached an agreement which would avoid criminal prosecution. trance traps brazilian law concedes in the light of the crimes the possibility of reaching an agreement before the criminal prosecution.
he will donate 10,800 u.s. dollars to an institute and with that the case is resolve. >> reporter: olympic officials don't believe the incident will march the history of these gam games. >> i think that the brazilian population will accept his apologies and we want to put this matter to an end and i don't think despite the movement of last couple of days i don't see this as being a factor that will mark these games. >> reporter: u.s. olympic officials have also apologized to the brazilian people. in rio de janiero, steve harrigan fox news. he's accused of of murder and cannibalism. now this florida college student is facing the death penalty. what officials are waiting for before they charge him. you may know the heartbreak of trying get ticket foss your favorite act only to learn they're sold out.
what some lawmakers want to do to make sure that stops happening. >> this boy was happy and healthy until his family had to rush him to the hospital. doctors amputated his leg. the silent predator that nearly claim his life. now with tomorrow's traffic, here's bob kelly. good evening, everybody. we got the septa trolley blitz going on all weekend long. all of the subway surface trollies will be diverting at 40th and market from there the market frankford line will take the passengers septa does work in the trollies this weekend. tomorrow looking for something to do? it's the university city summer series right at 40th street. right in front of the free library. and the philly folk festival continues through the weekend. up there in schwenksville. have great night. we'll see you bright and early tomorrow morning for "good day philadelphia" weekend.
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>> now your winning lottery numbers. ♪ a 19-year-old college student is facing the death penalty or live in prison in the death of a florida couple. now police say that us a tip, will be charged with two counts of first degree murder. they say he stabbed a couple he'd never even met to death in their garage on monday night. he'll also be charged with
attempted first degree murder in the stabbing of their neighbor who tried to step in. when police arrived on the scene they say he was biting one of the victims faces. police say he won't be charged host until he's released from the hospital. in california, firefighters are finally making progress against a wildfire burning in san bernardino county. authorities allowed more people to return to their homes today after they were evacuated as a precaution. nearly 100 homes were destroyed in the fire burning in the san bernardino national forest. the fire is now nearly their% contain. and health officials say miami's world famous south beach is the second location where people are contracting the zika virus on the us mainland. >> so far five cases are connected to that popular beach spot. 36 people in florida have contracted the virus locally. the centers for disease control has also announced it's expanding it's travel warning for pregnant women to include the miami area known for nightclubs and beaches. cdc says trying to eradicate
south beach of mosquitoes is going to be difficult. officials say high rise buildings and strong winds make it a real logistical issue. >> we're doing everything with the county to make sure that the mosquitoes that are on miami beach are removed and specifically in that one area and i got to tell you this. i said it last night and i'll say it again. between our efforts and the county's spraying efforts, the last thing i'd he have want to be miami beach right now is a mosquito. >> florida's governor rick you scott asked the cdc for 5,000 additional test kits and lab support personnel to speed up testing for zika. coming up, a change for philly schools. who is off the hook for a controversial pub initiate many. >> new at 11:00 the beloved pet a family will never ever forget. how this dog just saved a baby in fire but sacrificed his own live in the process. our dave warren tracking your forecast. >> we had one break ended that
♪ this man is from canada but tonight he's facing charges in delaware in a truly disturbing case. rehoboth beach police arrested 48-year-old kristin lesure after his daughter lured a seagull into the hole in the sand and killed it with plastic shovel. officers say the 13-year-old put food in a hole in the sand to lure the birds and hit them with the shovel. police say she killed onsie gu gull. officers say they found the dad drinking alcohol on the beach. he's charged with endangering the well fire of a child. a new jersey transit bus driver has died after the bus he was driving slammed into another in newark, new jersey, killing a
passenger. it happened this morning. police say the veteran driver at the wheel of the bus with no passengers inside hit a bus filled with passengers. 17 people are hurt. six of them are in critical condition tonight. people who were on board describe a very terrifying sce scene. >> i don't know what happened. i just saw myself in the back. i was the only one in the back was good. a lot of people was injured. i saw one guy almost died. i don't know if he died. >> right now authorities are trying to figure out if the driver of the empty bus who had been driving for new jersey transit for 27 years may have run a red light. the fbi is now involved in the controversy surrounding philadelphia district attorney seth williams and his delay in reporting more than $160,000 worth of gifts. his spokesperson told the philadelphia inquirer the fbi questioned a number of the da
staffers. according to records filed only this week, williams received high value gifts between 2,010 and 2015. among those gifts, eagles side line passes and $45,000 worth of home improve manies. >> a big change today for youngsters in the philadelphia school district. officials say they're going to stop suspending so many kindergarteners. is he rethinking the way they discipline children. >> some say it's a change that should have happened years ago. fox 29's bell anderson explains. >> i have a kindergartner, and i would would be live individual if i got a call that he was being suspended. he's just starting school, right? >> reporter: right. >> yeah, that's crazy. >> reporter: admittedly i'm not parent but like many of the parents i spoke told me the new school district policy banning suspending kindergarten students that seems like common sense. >> i believe it's ridiculous because kids her age, they shouldn't get suspended.
>> we want our children to be in school as much as possible, so any time they need to be at home in my opinion it's got to be for something, um, is terrible. report roar beginning this school year, the revised code of conduct no longer allows for suspending kindergarten students for reasons even the five-year-old should be able to understand. >> one thing that we know is, we can't teach young people if they're not in school. and at that age, removing a child from school then removes them from the opportunity to learn. >> reporter: it was almost unanimous among the people that i spoke to that five year olds learn very little from being suspended, but active visits told me it's still happens a l lot. >> there are about 400, um, and 500 suspensions of kindergarteners last year. about 1500 suspensions of first graders and 1900 suspensions against second graders. >> there are other things we can do to resolve conflict. >> reporter: dr. hite told me he agrees with parents and has wanted to end the policy for years. but unfortunately, it's just not as easy as it may seem.
>> there's a great deal of training that had to take place prior to these young -- prior to us implementing such a policy. >> reporter: bill anderson, fox 29 news. health officials in philadelphia say that the fentanyl problem in the city is an epidemic and more needs to be done to resolve the problem. officials meeting at city hall today say in 2015 more people died of drug overdoses in the city than from homicides. the city health commissioner says fentanyl overdoses increa increased more than six fold from 2013 to 2015. the city's department of behavioral health says it's offering more treatment to addicts in hopes of curbing the drug abuse. >> we have a behavioral health access center which is at north philadelphia health system that operates 24 hours a day seven days a week. where people can go for an assessment and, um, they can be facilitated into treatment.
>> health experts say fentanyl which is injected just like heroin is 100 times more potent than morphine. delaware police are credit ago k9 member of the force with helping them make an arrest. police say ace and his handler officer corey, tracked down sidney messick who was hiding from police in new castle. police say they had a physical altercation with him and he ran away. well, ace used his scent to find him hiding under some bushes. messick had active warrants out for his arrest. he's behind bars tonight facing a list of charges thanks to ace. ♪ >> this boy was happy and healthy until his family had to rush him to the hospital. doctors wound up amputating his leg. the silent predator that near claim his life. i hate when this happens. you know the heartbreak to try to get tickets for your favorite concerto show only to find out they're sold out? gobbled up by scalpers. what some lawmakers are trying to do to stop that from
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♪ people in chile are being told not to drink water in one city after a bridge collapsed into a river as the train was passing over it. authorities say the train was carrying chloride oil and sodium hydroxide and officials are being extra careful to make sure everyone is safe. fortunately no one was hurt in the crash but investigators still don't know what caused it. in your money tonight, cracking down on ticket scalpers for major sporting events to shows on broadway scalpers will take advantage of fans any way they can. we all had it happen. >> now one person behind a hit broadway show trying to snuff
out those scalpers. hamilton creator lynn manuel miranda and new york senator chuck schumer urging congress to pass legislation to crack down on ticket scalpers. in the bill scalpers who use those auto mated software box to scoop up hundreds of tickets at a time to sell on the secondary market could face massive fines. it's big business. according to senator schumer's office scalpers use those bots to grab more than 20,000 tickets to hamilton. meaning scalpers walk off with over $15 million. >> wow! fans of 7eleven's slurps definitely want to leave some time to stop into a store near you tomorrow. bring your own cup day continuing for a second day tomorrow starting at 11:00 o'clock in the morning until 7:00 o'clock tomorrow night. you can bring your own cup and just for a dollar 50 you can fill it up with as much as slurpee as you can. just make sure the cup is less than 10-ounces in diameter and of course clean and safe to drink out of. >> there's the catch. limitations i'll bring big jug
in there. >> bring a couple. tiny kitten survived a big ordeal in missouri. >> of course, facebook made it all possible. >> well this little guy who is appropriately now named piper was stuck upside down in a drain pipe for nearly two days. a woman discover him and posted it on facebook asking for the help for anyone to free the kitten. well her call was answered by a plumber who came to the cat's rescue using fishing tape and a special camera. they tied a not around piper's tail and pulled him to safety and guess what, that plumber has two kids and they adopted that kitty. >> i love that story. a new jersey clerk out smarts a couple of thieves who stormed into a shop. how this quick thinking left the crooks trying to pry their way back out. plus devastation that will take months or even longer from the floods in louisiana. how the disaster lead donald trump doing something we haven't seen very often.
>> our dave warren tracking your forecast. we've seen this often. temperatures above 90 degrees. they were there today, they'll be there tomorrow and sunday but cooler weather moves in by the start of the work week. as it does we'll see showers and storms. i'm looking at new information. i'll have the updated forecast coming your way next. cc1
♪ a nightmare for one michigan family their 12-year-old son is happy and healthy one day and the next day he's rushed to the hospital to have his leg amputated. it all began last thursday when sack rye moore, jr. started complaining of pain in his leg. he also had fever and greenish rash on his foot. his parents rushed him to detroit's children's hospital. that's when doctors diagnosed him with neck crow tights fasciitis a flesh eating bacteria. >> crazy how one day your child like this and the next day this happens. >> keep my son in ya'll prayers.
he's pulling through. he's a strong kid. >> the family says that the doctors are confident that they have slowed down and possibly stopped the bacteria from spreading any further. well a pair of thieves breaks into a new jersey store only to get locked inside. they were outsmarted by the store's clerk. check it out. it happened in paterson where the suspects barged into a boost mobile store demanding money and cell phones. as the men looted the place an employee snuck out the back door and ran out to the front of the business. that's when he quickly pulled down the security gate locking the suspects inside the store. those robbers were trapped inside for more than 20 minutes before trying to find a tool to pry the gates back open. >> i thought they are playing at first. i thought it was prank or something. when they come this way, and then he showed me the gun. where are the galaxies and i phones. >> we don't have galaxy and i phones. you can take whatever you want. >> they didn't get whole lot.
they were so busy trying to escape they forgot to take the stolen goods with them. witnesses did call 911 but listen to this it took authorities too long to arrive so those thieves were able to get away. oh, my goodness. happening now, full recover free deadly flooding so far at least 13 people are dead from historic flooding in louisiana. >> but the number of people affected has stretched into the thousands. tonight prayers and aid are streaming into louisiana from around the world. president obama will travel to the area on tuesday. but gop presidential nominee donald trump made the trip today. striking a tone we haven't heard from him lately. fox's casey stegall with more from baton rouge. >> reporter: republican presidential nominee donald trump and his vp running mate indiana governor mike pence on the ground in louisiana today getting an up close and personal look at the devastation, the flood waters have left behind in this state. mr. trump said that he felt
compelled to visit the region because louisiana was very special to him. and that words cannot express the sadness one feels at a time like this. >> we are one nation. (applause). >> when one state hurts, we all hurt. and we must all work together to lift each other up. >> reporter: meantime the recovery on going. a process that could take months if not more than a year. one day at a time people tell us, a slow but sure process. the convention center in downtown baton rouge the largest of many shelters that have been set up throughout the region. it's estimated that more than 4,000 people are still in shelters. one week since the rain started falling. that is down from the more than 11,000 who were taking advantage of these services a few days ago. fema is working to a range
temporary housing more than 87,000 people have signed up for federal disaster assistance. meantime the state fire marshal's office going door to door conducting secondary searches of neighborhoods making sure there are no remaining victims and that everyone is accounted for. as the flood waters start to recede, people begin to clean out their homes and try and salvage what is left. as of right now, the death toll here in louisiana stands at 13. that is the latest from baton rouge outside the convention center in downtown. casey stegall, fox news. i'm dave warren look at the radar night. a few showers out there. one or two pop up here right along the coast but things are pretty quiet right now. our temperatures dropping into the 70s. humidity starting to increase, though, it was hot in the quiet humid today that will change tomorrow. the heat is here again and the humidity starts to increase. now watch for a few more showe
showers. they could be developing around lunch time continuing till about 6:00 o'clock. touch 90 degrees then drop into the 70s overnight tomorrow nig night. bit more widespread showers tomorrow. one or two today. there they are developing overnight tonight. clearing out but watch how they increase tomorrow and coverage as well. this will be that cooler air coming in off the ocean. the showers developing farther inland along 95 and the north and western suburbs. this is tomorrow. increase moisture you can feel that on sunday. temperatures just as hot again. but the end of the heat is here. sunday night showers and storms. north and western suburbs. between 2:00 and 4:00. four and 6:00 right through philadelphia these will be heavy downpours. not expectin expecting strong oe thunderstorms. very heavy rain in a short period of time could lead to minor flooding. seven, 8:00 o'clock through philadelphia. nine, 10:00 o'clock off the coast. cooler weather comes in behind this. the wind will really start to pick up on monday. but the temperatures really drop. so that heat and humidity peaking on sunday storms coming
in sunday night and windy day on monday but temperatures are much cooler. we're only looking at highs near 80 degrees. fiona here this is the latest advisory from the national hurricane center still a tropical storm. that front that's coming through will also turn this storm to the north and weaken it as it approaches bermuda the latest track turning north towards we are mud today. this will be by the middle of next week so we'll continue to monitor this over the next five days. heat over the next two days, and showers and storms sunday. look at two nice days monday a bit breezy on monday. tuesday is perfect 80 degrees. it will get little warmer wednesday, thursday and friday with temperatures climbing back in the mid 80s. shore temperatures mid 80s all week. a little cooler on tuesday. hi, sean. >> dave, eagles finally found their man in the secondary. one guy that is coming back from a broken ankle and now he's the number one corner and the phillies did great starting pitching from adam morgan. the bullpen looking shaky
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recanted the statement. we all knew it was fake. it seemed fraudulent from the beginning but now howard can finally move on from those reports. >> i'm just glad it's behind me. that's about it. um, you know the process is the process, and for me i'm just glad it's behind me and i can just move forward and focus on playing baseball. feel good. um, just trying to stay focused on the task at hand and, you know, just taking one day at a time. i mean, not trying to do too much but just enjoying my time out there. >> to the game phillies at home against the dodgers. ryan howard went zero for two on the night. had a herrara has been slumping over the last week but not in this one. solo shot in the sixth to give the phils the two-one lead. very next batter freddie galvis anything you can do, i can do better. he deep solo shot to right. back to back jacks made it three-one. we skip to the ninth it's closing time gomez couldn't
close anything out. two run smash to tie the game up. now we skip to the top of the 11th. phils tide. oh, boy. the bullpen just not getting it done. randall gur chuck with a rbi double to bring home johnny. the cards go up four-three. we're still in the 11th. all right. to the eagles preseason game last night. the best part of it was the defense obviously particularly the secondary. five interceptions and a bunch of other just great plays being where you needed to be. the corners were supposed to be one of the worst as specs of this team, but several guys are starter to go step up mainly nolan carol. even though ben roethlisberger and antonio brown didn't play carol was everywhere, look at that, making plays, being where he needed to be, getting deflections and that big time pick six many clearly emerging as the number one corner. carol coming off a broken ankle. he's showing he's 100% despite some of the doubts that other
people may have had. >> that was the main concern really how i would come back would i be able to play football again basically? at the time in march you kind of look at it and kind of guess and gauge will it be all right come this time? a couple teams weren't really sure about it. >> people were concerned you weren't going to play at all. >> yes. >> really? >> they didn't think i'd be ready for training camp. >> that's beautiful. he was a free agent. no one really wanted to take a look at him because of that ankle and he's showing i'm good, i'm 100%. i'll make plays and he's number one corner now. he's the best corner they have. >> and next week we're probably going to see what we're going to see starting the season for the most part? >> yes. >> third game of preseason. >> third game we'll get everybody, a whole half of football for everyone involved. the quarterback will still not going into the second half. >> love this time of year. gentlemen, thank you that does it for us to no eight at the 10:00 o'clock. dawn timmeney standing by with what's coming up at 11:00. dawn.