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this morning on good day, the search is on for a gunman who police say killed a man and possibly hurt a young girl. what police are saying about the incident. plus, a little over two months until election day but has this busy political season actually ruined your personal life? >> and over exaggeration yes. >> i let my team down and, you know, i wanted to be there like i don't want them to think that i left. >> swimmer ryan lochte admitting he left his teammates out to dry in rio. though he claims there's more than one way to look at his situation. ♪ >> live from the fox 29 studios, this is "good day philadelphia" weekend. and good morning. what you didn't see -- baby steps. i'm bill anderson.
this is shawnette wilson. >> in for karen hepp. >> dave warren. >> i'm going to try not to let everybody down. >> stipulate. she'll be great. we were sitting here and open mike was rung. i don't want to you look at that it way. i didn't mean to leave. how many different ways can you look at it? you left. there is no different interpretation. >> he said he wasn't trying to let anybody down. that's my line down. i'm not trying to let anyone down. >> dave, did you see him, with the tears. >> i saw him. little trickle. >> trickle. >> segue. >> segue into the weather. don't leave. >> okay. >> i'm taking full responsibility for this. center city philadelphia right now it is starting off on warm note and humidity will increase. however, there's pretty quiet right now. watch for showers and storms that will be developing later. weekend wendy it's the 30th annual car bee yann festival at the great plaza the a penn's landing. note the time 12:00 to 8:00.
12, one work, three, 4:00 o'clock should be fine but five, six, 7:00 o'clock we'll start to see some activity here ultimate doppler radar. all quite right now but showers and storms likely develop developing late this afternoon. here's where they are now. they will work their way to the southeast and they have the potential to be strong or severe. we talk about be weather aware keep an eye on the radar and watch for warnings can be issue. timing after 11:00 o'clock. start to see few showers developing but by one or 2:00 o'clock, one or two storms develop and these could be strong or severe storms between three or 4:00 o'clock. watch that starting off in the western suburbs and they'll work they're way through the area between three and 9:00 o'clock tonight. heat is trying to build up ahead of those storms. temperatures could touch 90 degrees three days in a row but again the bigger for later today strong or severe storms. touching 90 between two and 5:00 o'clock. they're working their way in to the philadelphia area but once they clear out, then we're in
for nice weather in the seven day forecast coming up. coming up right now check in on the traffic situation. here's bob. good sunday everybody. get ready for baseball phillies playing 1:35 game down in south philadelphia later on this afternoon. so bring some delays on the schuylkill and 95 and keep that in mind for the folks coming back from the shore later on this afternoon. looking for something to do today. last day to get at it. philly folk festival taking over schwenksville extra volume along the blue route as well and for anybody coming back from the poconos after the weekend you'll hit some of the folk festival volume there also. and continuing all the way into tomorrow morning early, the septa trolley blitz where all of the subway surface trollies are diverting at 40th and market from there the market frankford line takes you in and out of center city. have great day. i'll see you bright and early tomorrow morning we got the forecast and check the jam cams beginning at four. >> thank you so much, bob. starting off with scary news happening now.
the search is on for the person who gunned down a man and left a young girl injured in burlington city, new jersey. >> now, police say that this all happened yesterday morning in the new york shire neighbor. let's get tout sabina kuriakose live near the scene with very latest. good morning. good morning. we are waiting for an expected release of more information from burlington city police and they did tell us last night that they'll be back out here in this neighborhood this morning to continue looking for the suspect whos on the loose. we're standing here at the corner of east federal street and york street. police tell us it was on the 100 block of east federal street when the victims were standing outside yesterday evening just around 6:45 in broad daylight when up to 10 shots rang out. a 24-year-old man was shot and wounded at the scene and later sadly he died at the hospital. a five-year-old little girl was also hurt. now initial reports indicated that she may have been shot. the later police said the doctors were still trying to determine exactly where her
injuries came from and we are told that she is going to be okay. now, police say the suspect dropped the weapon and ran away from the scene. so they spent last evening going door to door from neighbor to neighbor they also had the new jersey state police helicopter up looking for this suspect. we did get update from them at the scene last night and here's what they told us. >> five-year-old female was also taken to lourdes medical center in willingboro for what appeared to be a gunshot wound. at this time the investigation is continuing to see if she was actually struck by a bullet or around from the firearm or she was injured during the retreat of the incident. this kind of acts within our community is never going to be toll rater and we take this very seriously. >> reporter: and again, a 24-year-old man is dead. a five-year-old girl is injured. police have not said how the two victims may be related. this morning the gunman remains on the loose as this is a developing story we are waiting for more information expected to
come out today. for now bill and shawnette, back to you. >> thanks so much, sabina. check back with in you just little bit. and more scary news involving young people. three people including a teenager are in the hospital this morning. >> this time investigators say the group was involved in a shooting yesterday morning in west philadelphia. so here's what happened. this all took place on the 100 block of south 55th street. police say a man upset with the break up of his girlfriend, ex-girlfriend that is, came to her house with three friends and began arguing with her neighbor. one of the men pulled out gun and started shooting. the neighbor was able to run into his house where his father and brothers had guns of their own. they fired back. >> here's perfect situation where you have guns, bullets are flying and people are getting hit that have nothing to do with it young men who just have to revolve these situations in a better way. >> investigators are still figuring out who will face charges. in north philadelphia, police are looking for the person who shot a 25-year-old man in the head. it happened yesterday evening on
the 600 block of north 12th street. police took the man to hahnemann university hospital where he remains in critical condition and so far there have been no arrests. at 7:07, we now know that after police say a drunk driver hit and killed a well-known air force veteran in fair hill. he also ran into an 18-year-old woman after the initial accident. so they say the 29-year-old driver ran a red light early yesterday morning and hit the 37-year-old mother of two who was also in a wheelchair. she later died at temple university hospital. neighbors say the woman often panhandled for money to get back on her feet. she was very well like by othe others. >> sweet person, sweet with everybody, just liked to play witness kids and all of that. very generous person. >> she deserved better way of life after serving this country. >> little positive news. the 18-year-old who was hit is expected to be okay. the driver is now in police
custody. this morning a new jersey transit bus driver is now out of the hospital after being hurt in a deadly accident in newark involving another bus. investigators say he was driving a bus with about 20 passengers on it when he collided with another transit bus that had no passengers on it. the driver of the empty bus died along with the 49-year-old female passenger on the other bus. nine people are still in the hospital, one person we're told is in critical condition and investigators are trying to determine if the driver who died ran a red light. turkeys president says isis to blame for a bomb tack last night that killed 50 people. >> and the group targeted people at an outdoor wedding where almost 100 more people were hurt. investigators say it happened in a south eastern town near the syrian border. they say it appears to be suicide attack. it comes only a month you'll remember after a failed military coo in the country that left more than 270 people dead. turkey's prime minister says this incident turned a wedding party into a place of mourning.
vowed tore veiled over the devilish act. in louisiana people have begun the long process of cleaning up after being hit by deadly flooding. the storm system dumped more than 20-inches of rain over several days leaving rivers and creeks overflowing. it's being blamed for at least 13 deaths and officials say around 4,000 people still remain in shelters. more than 40,000 homes have been damaged or destroyed. tens of thousands of people are now relying on the american red cross for assistance and one of the phone banks is fielding calls for flood victims right here in philadelphia. about 95% of all calls made to the red cross come to the call center in center city. workers who are almost all volunteers say they've gotten about 15,000 calls in the last week. a lot of people who call are in dire situations and unable to get through to 911. the center has opened 16 phone lines that's in comparison to the two that they normally operate. new orleans one pet boarding
facility is stepping up to help out with recovery efforts by taking in hundreds of animals from flooded shelters. many people say the rescue operation is a blessing for some of the animals from smaller shelters that couldn't afford medical treatment. more than 400 pounds of pet food have been donated along with crates and other supplies. now these animals can get the help thee need and a forever home. the olympic games in rio are coming to an end but the controversy surrounding gold medal winner swimmer ryan lochte shows no sign of letting up. surely you've been following this. lochte originally claimed he and flee other other swimmers were rob at gun point by fake cops at a gas station in rio. brazilian police say the swimmers first vandalized the bathroom there, then got into a fight with security guards over money for the damages. in an exclusive interview with nbc yesterday lochte admitte add that will be up to you. that he over exaggerated the story. listen. >> if i didn't over exaggerate
the story to what i said when i did it when it first happened with billy and yourself and i told you the full story, 91 of this would have happened. we wouldn't be here. we wouldn't be sitting here discussing this. >> so when you talk to billy on sunday afternoon, you didn't tell him the whole truth. when you spoke with me on wednesday night by phone, you didn't tell me the whole truth? >> i left -- i left details out, and, um, which that's why i'm in this mess is i left certain things out and i over exaggera exaggerated some parts of the story. >> after -- >> the national oh limb peck committee is considering disciplinary action against lochte and three other swimmers. >> i can't. >> say i can't. >> i can't. >> over exaggerated. >> it's repetitive. >> you lied. >> in the news we call it burying the lead.
all the stuff he's saying now move that up earlier in the story. >> i'm sorry. >> that keeps growing. >> i didn't mean to do it. >> you okay. >> i'm going to try. >> little over two months until election day. but has this busy political season actually ruined your personal life? >> we'll talk about that. you'll be shocked by the results. plus a couple banned from ever coming back to restaurant. we'll tell was they allegedly did that has the own are in saying you are not welcomed he here. also you know it's national senior citizens day. >> we're actually getting pictures from people on twitter and facebook already. so -- >> we want to celebrate you. >> awesome. >> send us pictures of your parents, your grandparents, any mentors, people matter to you. use the #fox29goodday. >> we'll try get them on. we'll be right back. ♪
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♪ >> taking a look in old city. everything looks great. dave will give us the details of a perfect weather day. that's my story and i'm sticking to it. let's move on. you decide political coverage right now. both hillary clinton and donald trump are hitting the campaign trail trying to woo voters. fox's peter doocy has more from fredericksburg, virginia. >> reporter: the presidential candidates are ramping up efforts to court voters earlier in the day republican presidential nominee donald trump met with the national hispanic advisory council. mr. trump then spoke to voters saturday night in virginia.
>> hillary clinton is a throw back from yesterday. our campaign is about creating a new american future. i'm going to do what's right for you. >> reporter: democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton is tandying fundraisers in the vacation hot spots nantucket and martha's vineyard. according to reuters poll clinton leads republican presidential nominee donald trump by 8% taj points among likely voters showing clinton was supported by 42% of americans who are expected to vote compared with 34% for tru trump. >> you see her gaining, you know, strength since the, her convention with women in particular. >> and she's trying to strengthen herself with blue collar voter that is she doesn't have right now. >> reporter: trauma many campaign is now turning toward more tra dig al forms of voter out reach placing its first ads in the key swing states of ohio, pennsylvania, florida and north carolina. in fredericksburg, virginia,
peter doocy, fox news. conventional wisdom has always been you don't talk about politics in public one of those basic rules they put out there. but apparently those rules don't apply to facebook and twitter. people talking about politic all day every day. but could those posts actually be ruining your relationships with friends and familiarly? what do you think. >> joining us this morning we'll ask villanova communications professor maurice hall. what isn't being ruined on facebook but now we're talking about politics is to blame. >> correct. right. one of the things that we know is that people increasingly tend to get post news on facebook and people who are on the ideologically streams tend to get news from people who think like them. so when that happens, people who are like that can then find their views reinforced whether on facebook, twitter or something like that f you're trying to communicate with someone like that, you can easily find yourself in a situation where your friendship
goes down the tank. because frustration doesn't work when you're trying to reach someone who has ideologically set ideals. it doesn't work well. it work better with people who have more mixed views because when you have more mixed views, you're more open to what somebody else has to say. >> is that always in elections? i feel like this particular election is about ideological extremes. it's about those emotions so is it intensified in this particular election? >> to say it was intensified i was using a pew research study following data since 2010. they found that people are turning more and more to social media over the past, say, five or six years, because they're using their accessing this on social devices. people are turning more to social media than they are traditional media or probably sometimes about half and half. >> yeah. >> what that means people are now discussing politics online and social media as much as they would be discussing it face to
face with somebody else. there you have a mix more likely for people to get into confrontations with each other online. >> you're learning more about people than probably you want to know or need to know. >> more than what you want to know, online there's a couple of things. it's text, sometimes people can see disengaged from the -- communicating with people because they're not face to fa face. sometimes we can communicate in ways that are stark, more stark than we usually believe and that can be detrimental. also remember that texts unlike face to face you can't always tell what the person's emotion is. >> you can't read the tone. >> you can read the tone. you're reading something if you haven't taken time to compose it carefully, you can cause offense without meaning to. >> i feel like this is a lesson fours. the less lesson is grow up. we shall be able to inter act. do we move past that way stay away from politic or do we grow up and recognize you can adult conversations. >> and struck differences. >> it depends on what kind of conversation you want to have. if you want to have the kind of conversation where you simply get your views out, that's one
thing and yelling and scream log do that. if you want conversation -- this is between the bait and dialogue. the bait is about competition who wins. dialogue is about understanding. if you want dialogue, first and for most, persuasion isn't finding common ground and you have find common ground mostly by sharing stories. i'm telling i was story and we're disagreeing about, for example, the president's hell care bill, we're less likely to get into a disagreement if i'm telling you a story about the health care bill has helped me basically rather than focusing on just the statutes and whether we agree with the statues. sometimes it works to ask questions. villanova we have colleagues who are say, do ask, don't tell. the idea that if you ask questions, it epps opens up the conversation more than making assertions. when you open up the conversations, you're likely to find surprising ways that you have more in common than you thought. >> you know what he just did. he was much smarter than i was
in saying let's grow up and be intelligent and express ourselves. >> social media is in the place of people who ask a lot of questions. >> that's my opinion. >> another segment for the future. >> good to see you. >> good to see you. thank. >> you're welcome g dave, we don't want to argue or debate. we'll be intelligent. tell us something niece about the weather. nice weather is on the way. not really today. allentown you can see that hazy start, muggy start, the humidity is here. it is back. and there was fog out there. pete sent us this picture. patchy fog had rain come through part of the rain yesterday gave us some moisture that's led to fog this morning. when will we see a break? we have this weather question from andrew. >> good everyone at fox 29 good day weekend the last couple of days the heat has and unbearab unbearable. dave are people going to have to take a flight to escape or is relief on the way? >> you want to get out of here today leave on that jet plane but if you want the nice weather you don't want to drop the money on the flight just wait. we have the storms today.
some of these storms could be strong or severe, but look at monday. that's the sunshine, lower humidity and temperature of 81 degrees. i'll throw that relief word in there, because it's much different throughout the day tomorrow. you have to get through today first. radar is all clear. we had that fog this morning not much in the way of showers or storms yet. sorry. >> it's all right. >> got this. slippery. >> no worries. >> don't disappoint me, warren. >> i'm sorry. >> first time. >> live picture shows the word 74 degrees. that grip is getting slippery. dew points 71. heat wave possibly because that temperature could climb up to 90 degrees later today. here's the temperatures. they're into the mid 70s right now. and they'll continue to increase but with these storms coming in later today, different in wind direction with heights that could lead to storms getting more organized. it will be triggered by this front moving through and that could lead to severe storms timing looks like between 3:00 and 6:00 o'clock. northwestern suburbs seven and
9:00 o'clock to the south. we talked about that nice relief in the seven day. i'll look at those numbers coming up. >> we're team players. we don't want people talking about the fact that it was just dave dropping something. >> it happens. >> he said it. >> i'm a team player. one of the most talked about elections of our lifetime going on right now. >> drum is that lying on unlik unlikely source in help. how one young man from colorado plans to make big impact on the pole. >> one popular boardwalk game. take look at it right now it's causing a huge debate. is the crawl really a game of chance or are you set up to lose from the start? are we ripping off children, shawnette? >> who is playing this game? >> everybody. look. i see it. video. you see it on tv. it must be true. we'll dig deeper coming you up. here's your lottery numbers. you could be the big winner. ♪
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>> 7:30 on "good day philadelphia". as we take a look at trenton. makes trenton looks really nice. >> it does. it looks like a destination. (laughter). >> road trip to trenton after the show. let's take a look at some of this morning's top stories. even though kathleen kane has row signed her post as pennsylvania's attorney general, a state house panel is still looking into impeaching her. kane handed in her resignation after she was convict evidence perjury earlier this week. the chair of the house sub committee says her conviction under scores the need to impeach her. he says that impeachment is actually the only mechanism that can ensure kane will now serve an elected office ever again.
concerns from business owners on philadelphia's jewelers row. they are not happy at all about plans to demolish buildings to make room for high rise condos. some jewelry store owners say the plans were kept under wraps and that nobody sought community input. the developer toll brothers says it will respect the street's history and work with the neighborhood going forward. jewelers row is the nation's oldest diamond district. the preservation alliance for greater city launched online petition against the new development. ♪ >> i was making fun of karen yesterday for all the barbara cities sand love she had mega star barbara streisand filled the wells fargo center last night. streisand is the only recording artist to chief number one albums in all six decades of her career. last night she sang hits from each decade also performed sopping from new album she has
out. barbara streisand has recorded 52 gold albums, 31 platinum and 13 multi platinum albums. i guess the joke is on me. >> that girl is good. >> she's no joke. >> i was enjoying you singing along with her. >> i've got streisand skills. >> don't make fun of barbara cities sand. >> i'm sorry, man. >> all right. >> you looked really serious about that. i won't do that again. >> i've never seen her in concert. >> last night. >> can never get tick. >> look the him. >> he looks hurt, doesn't gentlemen. (laughter). >> phillies tickets. you can get that. weekend wendy is there go phillies. get the game in early though. game starts after 1:00 o'clock. six or seven innings to make it an official game? >> i don't know. >> it could be close. >> 5.5. get through six. >> six. >> six. six innings. likely we'll get that done here. because three... between three and 5:00 o'clock there will be storms coming in later today. nothing happening right now on ultimate doppler. it is all clear.
showers will be working their way into the western suburbs later. here they are right now. potential to be strong or severe. keep close eye on the radar or any type of warning that could be issued. storm coming in close enough where we could get this potential for these storms to have damaging wind and hail and a lift up into canada but here are the storms to the south. they'll continue to push to the east. there's this marginal risk for severe weather from the storm prediction center pretty much all the area i think will have little stronger potential for strong storms up to the north across the lehigh valley. our temperatures today will be climbing into the 90s or into the 70s right now we have relieve in that seven day forecast. those numbers coming your way in just a bit. >> sounds good. thank you so much, dave. you've all been down to the shore, right? you've been to the boardwalk and seen the claw games. summer winds down you may be tempted to throw a few more quarters into an arcade machine like the claw. ♪ >> the claw.
>> master claw. who will go and who will stay? >> third ludicrous. >> the claw chooses who will go and who will stay. >> and they may not be far off. the claw may actually decide. that's because while it does require some skill it's classified as game of chance. which men's there are rules and regulations behind it. but should those rules change to be more consumer friendly? breaking it down for us like only she can, joining us by skype, attorney heather hanson. good morning. >> good morning, bill. >> how are you. >> i'm great. how you doing. >> great. always a pleasure. so they're talking about trying to legislate this, trying to make sure the rules are more in place. initially when i heard this i went huh? what was your response? >> i felt the say way. i had no idea. i actually was completely naive and thought the game depended on some skill. it's really a matter of chance much it's up to the arts you may be really good at the claw and it won't make a difference as to whether or not you win. therefore, state senator in new
jersey who thinks they should regulate that more closely. i think in theory it's a good idea but i also think there's a lot of other things our state senators should be focused on other than the claw game. >> i would tend to agree with you certainly bigger fish to fry. but the one thing about it if it's a game of chance it seems it's really misleading because it does act as if it's a game involving skill. >> that's one of the things. i actually did a ton of research on the claw over the past few days and it turns out that in some states they have actually banned it altogether. they took it out of the disney resorts. because it truly is a game of chance. one of the youtube videos shows all the different ways you can play it and still loose. a good compromise to put that on the machine and say the odds. if the odds of winning or one and in a million i don't know how many quarters mom will give you. it's something people should be aware of. >> part of the discussion when representative ask a tarot was going through most of the people
he was talking, most of the people interviewed, said relax this is just about fun. i know when i put my quarter in i'm not likely to get the huge prize. do we need to relax because it's just about fun, not about a big casino win? >> absolutely. listen, you are putting your money into play. it's entertainment it's not to bring some big thing. with everything that happened with draft kings and fan duals online gaming people started looking into these things more closely. with the claw game it's been around for over one hadn't dread years it's a good thing for kids to play. >> this is one of those where legislators need to pump your brakes a little bit. >> look into something else maybe. >> there you go. >> always a pleasure. great to hear from you. >> thanks, bill v great day. >> you do the same. and coming up when donald trump supporter is getting a lot of attention. when he can have a presidential future.
♪ there's a new drum many campaign office opening in jefferson county, colorado. >> okay but guess. the man running it is only 12. so some would say maturity level is the candidate in some circumstance. weston imr co chair of the jefferson county trump campaign in colorado. the field office opened yesterday is a place where volunteers can meet to get out the vote for presidential nominee donald trump on paper weston's mother is official until charge.
he hopes to inspire other young people to play more of an active role in their communities and in politics. >> get involved. that's what i'm going to say. just get involved. kids need to be educated. watch for me. 2040. imer and baron trump is if you're watching in 2040 i'll take you as my running mate. >> good for him getting involved. he's recruited his friends to help out. this is the sixth campaign office that trump has opened in the state. he looks sharp. >> he does. >> he look the part. >> jokes aside i'm joking about donald trump and his involveme involvement. it is cool that you're getting younger people involved and kind of setting the next generation of voters. >> yeah. >> you're not feeling it? >> no. i don't know. i'm glad he didn't have on that hat, though. >> the make america great again. >> i don't like the hat with the hair. >> you know what immediately strikes me when i'm looking at that. >> i love seeing a young person involved and think it's really cool. >> yes. >> him none of his friends nobody he noes likely can even vote.
(laughter). >> listen, he's preparing for the future. ladies and gentlemen, that is your future. >> okay. fair enough. congratulations young man good stuff. serving customers at a restaurant can be a pretty stressful job. >> especially when having to deal with a lot of orders at one time. why one waitress in have a have says her table refused to speak to her and wire that was now banned from coming back. >> and it's a sweet tradition that may make you say either aww or ehh in one couple eats that could be the trick to happy marriage. >> hmm. ♪ >> comments coming in of course as they always do. jordan says that this election is certainly making him see some people in different light. causing relationship problems. >> yes. and also my grandmother just passed away two weeks ago. love her. he's honoring her today for national seniors day. >> great picture. god bless. >> from jason my awesome sister and parents national senior
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been talking about the option of using a nuclear weapon against our western european allies. max boot: this is not somebody who should be handed the nuclear codes. charles krauthammer: you have to ask yourself, do i want a person of that temperament controlling the nuclear codes? and as of now, i'd have to say no. [bill o'reilly sighs]
that song is beautiful bill anderson. >> i was waiting for to you break out in song. it's all right to express yourself. >> what do you to me. get me up early in the morning. >> karen hepp can't take you. (laughter). >> wow! >> she's off today. >> wow! >> yeah. >> i'm feeling abandoned. >> okay. moving on, we've got news to discuss. we do. let's get to this story. we'll serving a table waitress in virginia gets what she calls a nasty and racist note. sadie says she what is assigned to serve a couple at a restaurant called just lunch during their meal the two refused to speak to sadie and would only nod their heads. sadie says when she went to get check the customers did not leave a tip and instead wrote "we only tip si sense" that was the only thing written on the bill. >> wow! >> sadie and the owner are speaking out about it. >> i was born here but i amex can. i feel like it's just rude and
disrespectful. i had never met them. i never done anything to them. >> i would like for them to not come here unless they correct what they did. >> i think that's a good solution to the problem owner of the restaurant who you just saw says the couple is in fact now banned from the restaurant. >> wow! >> she's a citizens and she's a kid. >> who does that. >> right. >> taking a look at the falls day. look like a beautiful day. holding off on the rain so far but it's coming. >> so far so good, yeah, that's bush kills fall in the pocono mountains nice little start there. temperatures nice and comfortable. look at our scale here. phillies play today and some storms coming in later. pretty good. 9:00 o'clock, 2:00 o'clock okay but 8:00 o'clock is the time western suburbs right through philadelphia where not so great here with these storms moving on through. but jumps right back up to some pretty nice weather tomorrow. that's where the rain is right now. ultimate doppler pick it up let's move into air in the mid 70's headed for the 90's this afternoon that heat will continue to build. now we do have these storms
coming in today. they'll pass on through between about nine and 10:00 o'clock and then they're moving off the coast here by tomorrow. so they start in the north and western suburbs right through philadelphia. then south jersey between about 3:00 and 9:00 o'clock. these storms will be severe. could see damaging wind and hail and with that change in wind direction there's a possibility that some of these storms could try to rotate a bit looks like the major threat for that main threat is up across the northeast states but keep a close eye on the radar as it can detect that type of rotation in these storms. it's clear by monday though. just a bit windy though that wind will really start to pick up bringing some cooler air. watching the tropics a couple areas of low pressure. we have tropical storm fiona, 5:00 o'clock advisory, 45 miles an hour winds. it will continue to track towards bermuda over the next five days but turning north and weakening by thursday and friday of this coming week. check out that seven day forecast. the first two days here. 90 down to 81. stormy day today especially late
in the afternoon cooler breeze tomorrow. two winners this week tuesday and wednesday. with highs right in the mid 80s. and then we have thursday, friday and saturday with clouds increasing and temperatures warming back up. showers back in the forecast. there are your shore temperatures nice days both tuesday and wednesday. it's time to eat. here's your food bite. >> we're here at the valley beach pool side club at the valley forge casino resort welcome to fox food bite i'm charlie pastor the assistant director of food and beverage and today we'll make crab dip. i'm starring out with 2 pounds of softed cream cheese. you would like this to sit out 30 minutes prior to mixing so it's easier to incorporate all your ingredients. at this time i'm going to add 4 ounces of small diced onion, small diced onion were you quarter inch. starting inn corping that little get it nice and mixed in there. i'm going to add 2-ounces of heavy mayonnaise. this recipe i'm doing here a
good recipe for just right amount for your home usage. here at the footer truck at the valley beach we actual dollar larger recipe. i'm going to add 2-ounces of finely chopped parsley. continue to mix all the ingredients in. i like to incorporate everything separately this way you know that it gets dispersed through the cream cheese evenly. i'm going to add 2-ounces of fresh squeezed lemon juice. if you're doing fresh squeezed at home make sure you're straining it so you don't get any seeds in it. after i get this incorporated, i'm going to add 1 ounce of horseradish. this is just horseradish you can buy at the supermarket. again let's get everything nice and incorporated. i'm going to add 1 teaspoon of old bay seasoning. again, getting all the way around the bowl. getting all the ingredients ni nicely mixed in. salt and pepper to taste.
again this is up to your preference how much salt or pep mr. you like in your recipe. now once i get my base nicely mixed, i'm going to add my crab meat. we actually use two types of crab meat for our epic crab dip. a claw meat the law meat has a bolder flavor to it. i'm going to get that in. add that nice and mixed in. i'm going to save the jumbo lump meat for the end you'd fold that in so you have nice big pieces in your crab dip. this is my jumbo dump. i'd rather fold to keep the nice big lumps as you're dipping you'll have big pieces of crab meat. more folding it and kind of going over and over and under. just keep folding it over so not to break the crab meat. but to incorporate it. and voila. we have our finish product. what you wanted to let this sit in your refrigerator for maybe 25, 35 minutes or until actually you need it and it's ready to
serve. >> all right. so after you finish getting a nice chill to put it nice bowl with grieve green leaf lettuce. we top our epic crab dip with fresh green onions and serviette with our try colored corn chips. we fry them here fresh every day. at home it's challenging but you can purchase them at any supermarket you like. you don't have to fry them at home but if you like to get pan and fry the oil, be careful. drop your chips in there for few minutes and then you're finish. if not purchase them at any supermarket. after about two minutes just take your chips out they should be nice and crispy. you want to let them drain real welch another they're drained, place them in bowl and just top it with sea salt. let's give it a taste. tastes tastes real nice. crab meat -- both crab meats in there, fresh lemon juice some of the old bay in there, came together really nicely perfect dish to serve at your picnic or maybe for your labor day
name and i grew up eating all of these sweet tweets. >> people are super excited about the olympics. this is no bake way get started. >> this is called traditionally it's a layered custard cookie dessert and it's no bake which i love. the first thing do you you want to grab a can evidence couldn't sensed milk pop it on a stove top saucer low medium heat two cups of milk an little -- and three egg yolk. let it zimmer for five minutes. that's the only heat that you'll need for this entire recipe. you'll put it in the bottom of a bowl then you'll get these are champagne cookies or lady fingers. so grab that you want to dip it in the milk. >> okay. >> moisten them. >> yup yup. >> you want to layer them right on to the cream. >> something the kids do c do. >> traditional in brazil we love the cookie. so you can do those cookies. this is up to your imagination. if you have cookies, let's say you have oreos, i think that oreos would be delicious in he here. you're imagining can run
absolutely wild here. >> i love it. >> you can put fruit. a lot of times they put peaches and different types of fruit. so you don't have to be -- you can be as messy as you want. then for the mur more rangoon top great three egg whites. beat them into big sugar, cream -- milk cream and all you do you spoon it right on top. >> really. >> just like that. that's it. >> ridiculous. >> this. you put this on -- in the fridge for i want to say four or five hours overnight if you have a chance. >> okay. you want to sprinkle some chocolate on top, too. you can put a little bit of flaked chocolate. >> that's wait looks like at the end. >> this is what it looks like in the end. let's dig in. >> say what it is. >> i basically said thank you and you said you're welcome. >> this looks super yummy. kids are excited about the
♪ this morning on good day, the search is on for a gunman had police say killed a man and possibly injured a young girl. we're we'll tell was police are saying about this incident. plus over exaggeration. swimmer ryan lochte admitting he left his teammates out to dry in rio. though he claims there's more than one way to look at this situation. >> yes. a couple nibbling on the same cake for decades. why they say it's their tradition to take a bite of the cake every year. ♪ >> from the fox 29 studios, this is "good day philadelphia" weekend. ♪ what are you giggling about. >> did you see the video as it went to the good day open? they're talking about they take bite of the cake once ever year.
this person was like -- trying to get through the tape. >> they didn't say it was good. they just said they do it. >> i'm intrigued by the story. >> they probably put it in the freezer. >> microwave thaw it. >> mine didn't make it past a year. >> but you cep the cake. >> we tried. but, you know, it's gone. i love cake. >> oh wow. >> you mean it didn't make you because you guys ate it all. >> not the sentimental story we expected. i was hungry i ate the leftover wedding cake. >> moving on to the weather. >> speaking of cake and things like that, wanted to check out the conditions outside. center city there's sunshine and the humidity is high. not quite the cake but you you know waspie moan knee is. >> it's wine, isn't it. >> it's like sparkling -- >> oh, my gosh. i'm not even going to call you out. >> i think thinking spew monte. >> spumoni. national spumoni day. >> what's spew moan knee. >> that.
>> you don't know either but you're clowning me. >> you slice it. >> ice cream thing with the three different. >> for minute i felt bad but it's in your graphic and you didn't know what it was. >> it's that right there. >> i'm surrounded by haters. >> it's national spew moan knee day that's what weekend wendy is talking about. we'll go into the weather and it look like the conditions outside there's radar things are all clear but there will be storms coming later today. things are quiet right now. keep close eye on the radar these showers and storms will work their way into a few of the suburbs that can lead to severe weather. there's the potential of those storms to be strong or severe. timing wise, just a few light showers around this morning. they'll start to fill in after 11:00 o'clock. between 1:00 and 2:00 o'clock they're in the north and western suburbs. these could be strong but it look like the line developing here is where we're talking about severe storms with damaging wind. three and 5:00 o'clock north and western suburbs. five to 7:00 o'clock through i-95. and then south jersey between say nine and 10:00 o'clock
tonight. so watch the radar closely. could be a heat wave with the temperature climbing into the upper 80s, maybe touching 90 degrees. that will fuel these storms. we'll put a 90 in there today but between two and 5:00 o'clock here in philadelphia watch for the storms. once they clear out, much better weather is coming in. and look at those numbers coming up in the seven day forecast in just bit. a look at the roadways right now and any issues out there bob will tell you. here it is. >> ♪ good sunday morning everybody. get ready for some baseball phillies playing 1:35 game down in south physical later on this afternoon. so that will bring us delays on the schuylkill and 95 and keep that in mind for the folk coming back from the shore later on this afternoon. looking for something to do today, last day to get at it. philly folk festival taking over schwenksville some extra volume there along the blue route as well and for anybody coming back from the poconos after the weekend you'll hit some of the folk festival volume there also. and continuing all the way into tomorrow morning early, the septa trolley blitz where all of
the subways surface trollies are diverting at 40th and market forty one there the mark frankford line in you and out of center city. have great day. i'll see you bright and errly tomorrow morning. we got the forecast and check the jam cams beginning at 4:00. >> thank you bob. happening now, the search is on for the person who shot and killed a man and left a young girl injured in burlington city, new jersey. >> very sad. police say it happened yesterday morning in the new york shire center of town. sabina kuriakose is live at the scene with the latest this morning. >> reporter: we have seen police and authorities patrolling the scene out here. now it happened at 6:00 45 yesterday. police say bullets sprayed this neighborhood of mostly families here along the 100 block of east federal street. 24-year-old man was shot and he later died from his injuries. five-year-old little girl was also hurt. police are still trying to figure out exactly where she got her injuries. initial reports indicated she may have been shot. police are now saying she may have been wounded trying to get
away from the gunman. we are told she is going to be okay. police going door to door from home to home they actually told residents here to stay inside of their homes and they told other people to stay away from this neighborhood. police helicopter also searched the scene. now authorities say they were able to gather evidence and conduct interviews. they say they have made progress so far. they say they're determined to catch the person who was brazen enough to shoot and kill a man in broad daylight and to injuria kindergartner. >> i never want to you know down play an injury to a five-year-old child especially during an incident like this. what i can say the doctors are looking into it to see if she was struck by gunfire. if she was struck by, you know, some kind of residue that game from the gunfire or something that where she tripped herself. investigation is preliminary. bottom line we have a five-year-old girl hurt from unnecessary incident and very dangerous incident that occurred. we have children on our streets that is not tolerated in our town.
>> reporter: and this morning we are awaiting new information from the burlington city police department. we are told that will come out sometime this morning. police have not yet confirmed exactly the relationship between the 24-year-old victim who passed away and the five-year-old little girl who was injured. though we are hearing that they may have been cousins much this morning the gunman is still on the loose, again, police continuing their search. they say they have made progress and they have good leads. guys, back to you. >> thanks so much, sabina. more sad news. three people including a teenager are in the hospital this morning. >> investigators say the group was involved in a shooting yesterday morning in west philadelphia. it happened in the 100 block of south 55th street. police say that a man upset with break up with his ex-girlfriend actually came to her house with three friends and began arguing with her neighbor. one of the men pull out a gun and started shooting. the neighbor was able to run into his house where his father and brothers had guns of their own. they fired back. >> here's perfect situation where you have guns bullets are
flying and people are getting hit that have nothing to do with this young men who just truly have to resolve these situations in better way. >> in the meantime investigators are still trying to figure out who will face charges here. north philadelphia, police are looking for the person who shot a 25-year-old man in the head. it happened yesterday evening on the 600 block of north 12th street. police took the man to hahn nan university hospital where he remains in critical condition. so far no arrests have been ma made. 80:00 sick. we now know that after police say a drunk driver hit and killed a well-known air force veteran in fair hill, he also ran into an 18-year-old woman. they say the 29-year-old driver ran a red light early yesterday morning and hit the 37-year-old mother of two who was also in a wheelchair. she later died at temple university hospital. neighbors say that the woman often panel handled for money just to get back on her feet. they also say she was very well liked by others. >> sweet person, sweet with
everybody. just liked to play witness kids and all of that. very generous person. >> she deserved better way of life after serving this country. >> the 18-year-old who was hit is expected to be okay. the driver is now in police custody. in turkey's president says isis is to blame for a bomb attack last night that killed 50 people. >> the group are a targeted people at an outdoor wedding. almost 100 others were hurt. investigators say it happened in a southeastern town near the syrian border. they say it appeared to be a suicide attack. it only comes a month after a failed military coo in the country that left more than 270 people dead. turkey prime minister said that this incident turned a wedding party into a place of mourning and is vowed to prevail over the quote devilish act. >> in louisiana people have begun the long process of cleaning up. you've seen the videos. all the reports. devastated by deadly flooding. the storm system dumped more than 20-inches of rain over several days leaving rivers and
creeks overflowing. it's now being blamed for at least 13 deaths. officials say around 4,000 people still remain in shelters. more than 40,000 homes have been damaged or destroyed. the olympic games in rio are coming to an end but the controversy surrounding gold medal winner swimmer ryan lochte shows no sign of letting up. he originally claimed that he three other swimmers were robbed at gun point by fake cops at a gas station in rio. but brazilian police say the swimmers first vandalized the bathroom there and then got no a fight with security guards over money for the damages. in exclusive interview nbc yesterday lochte admitted that he over exaggerated the story. >> if i didn't over exaggerate the story to what i said when i did it, when it first happened with billy bush and yourself and i told you the full story, 91 of this would have happened. we wouldn't be here. we wouldn't be sitting here discussing this.
>> so when you talked to billy on sunday afternoon you didn't tell him the whole truth? when you spoke with me on wednesday night by phone, you didn't tell me the whole truth? >> i left -- i left details out, and, um, which that's why i'm in this mess is i left certain things out and i over exaggera exaggerated some parts of the story. >> i just feel like this is never going to go away. there's like endless jokes. you're just like just stop talking. the international olympic committee is considering disciplinary action against lochte and three other swimmers. you were talking about this morning before we got on air. over exaggerating. >> it's not end -- it is technically a word but it's the same thing. in this case it apply apply. >> that poor thing. feel like it's going to be okay. >> i don't know. >> we going to fun out of this for while. >> somebody get him a glass of spew moan knee. >> summer winds down, football season is getting closer and closer.
>> i can't with you. we've seen our eagles in two preseason games so far. should we feel confident about the 2016 season or do we have reason to worry? >> let's see if we can see the video again. a couple has been nibble link on the same cake for decades. why they say it's their tradition to take a bite every year. let's see if they can cut it. oh, look at that. >> dave warren might be headed for divorce. he said they devour there's immediately. >> jason and his parents as we celebrate national senior citizens day giving shout out to all the mentors in your life. >> it's my turn. i'm still picking on dave. kenya holmes happy birthday to my little brother and happy seniors day to my mom. very nice picture. >> from bill perez my favorite senior, my mom, over 90 going strong. still love her. that is great picture. >> good morning, bill. one of our faithful. >> i love the concept of this. i wonder if people who are right on the edge how they feel about us calling them senior citizens. >> i'm not sending in anybody or
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raving them because i left my cuff links upstairs. so what happened -- what had happened was, i was getting dressed. ever noes i have cuff links in drawer upstairs. time got away from us. we were both running downstairs to get on the set. >> yes. >> i didn't put in the cuff links. somebody apparently was so focused on that they fell the need to tell me i'm embarrassing them. >> you said everybody noes that you have cuff links in the drawer. >> everybody here notice. >> i'm sorry for tweeting that. i did not know you had some in the drawer. >> struggle is real. somebody wants to send me some cuff links hook a brother up. i'm willing to take them. >> that's really what he wants. i think you look fabulous. >> zoom in. i'm embarrassing them on tv. >> hater. it's a sweet tradition that one married couple in florida has been doing every year for more than six decades. and ann ken frederick eat a piece of their original wedding cake. was it always chocolate cake. >> look how hard it is. >> the couple got married
august 19th, 1955, tradition started on their first wedding anniversary. the pair says the cake might be old but they add is special ingredient to keep it fresh. >> we still love each other. >> we enjoy each other's compa company. >> it's important to us because it just says we're still together and glad of it. >> all the jokes i made i take them all back. >> i feel bad. i was thinking that does not look good at all. i don't know. >> they're eating love. they're not eating old cake. >> you're right. >> good for them. ann says her grandmother made the great a dark fruit cake and that understanding and compromise has helped to keep the couple's marriage together. >> see, i will eat an old hard cake with water pour over it to show my love to somebody for 50 years. >> you better if you want to stay married beyond that. that would be the thing to do. >> i actually feel bad. you see these sweet people. it's all about love.
i'll eat hard cake to show my love. >> that's all it take these da days, right? >> god bless. congratulations. >> moving on, dave warren, tiptoeing up to when the bad weather will come. in allentown so far so good. >> tip toeing but you'll eventually get there. you cannot work or sneak around the weather moving in later today. that will be strong or severe storms. monty g, he has an event good friend of mine at 23rd and washington avenue vibrations music festival. check it out. but do it early because we have temperatures into the 80s and then close to 90 degrees but showers and storms are coming in. events starts at 2:00. wanted to know about the weath weather. three to 6:00 o'clock a chance for showers or storms. definitely by six. isolated by about two or 3:00 o'clock. ultimate doppler shows we're clear right now from philadelphia through the western suburbs just starting to see hint of a rain working its through central pennsylvania right to you. temperatures 76 degrees. dew .72.
you can feel the moisture in the air it is mug go possibly heat wave we touch 90 degrees again today that will be three days in a row. there will not be a fourth once this rain comes through the temperatures will get a lot cooler. cooler air in western pa but we have temperatures on the climb on the rise mid 70s headed for the 90s. we have this change in wind direction. this is the setup we have right now. when you get that change in wind direction, that is what could cause storms to get more organized and be severe that's the big concern with these storms moving through along this front later today. timing it look like between three and 5:00 o'clock. western suburbs seven to five to 7:00 o'clock through 95 and philadelphia. seven to 11:00 o'clock tonight through south jersey and delaware. so during that time, it's possible that you can zoo damaging wind or hail as these storms move through. off the coast by tomorrow. look what happens though that gusty wind picks up. cooler drier air coming in. a little gusty monday but perfect days coming up tuesday and wednesday. look at the numbers in the seven day forecast it's coming your
way in just a bit. >> we like it dave. you had us at perfect. >> perfect days are coming up. >> you go to the movies lot? >> not so much. i haven't seen anything really that good out yet. >> all right. well there's remake you shall check out remake about ancient rome being remade it's out now. >> tail of a young warrior and a true or weird story how u.s. sold weapons to afghanistan. foxes kevin mccarthy shares his reviews. ♪ >> hey everybody it's kevin mccarthy here to geek out this week's brand new movie releases a rematch ginning of ben hur and war dogs starring jonah hill and miles teller. kubo starring matthew mc hahn kay and charleeze theron. >> ben hur, 2016 ben hur not remake of the '59 charlston heston film it's actually the fifth adaptation of the book if from 1880 ben hur tale of the christ. there was a film in 1907. 1925, then we the charlston
heston classic in '59. animated film in 2003. '59 version won 11 cad mow awards and tied with titanic and lord of the rings return of the king as the most academy awards won by a film and ceremony of oscars. new movies stars jack houston he plays ben hur. he's accused of of accuser. the accuser is his adopted brother. he returns to jerusalem after five years for revenge and that revenge comes in the form of a chariot race which we all know and love the original 1959. the third film actual physical i shall say that correctly but this film in general very very good job of creating intensity sequences on the boat and the chariot race are amazing. one of the problems i had with seeing this movie being made was how do you top the 1959 classic chariot race? and that movie that was done so practically back then. almost too much though because horses did die during that
product. now, they went around that this time around, and they actually used cgi for some of the scenes with the horses actually fall or get injured. they still kept it very practical and had the actors driving the chariots and for some scenes the actor jack houston was actually hanging off the chariot and being dragged across the track. it was very well done some of the go pro footage is phenomenal you're watching right here. the actors are phenomenal in the film it's produced by mark brunette and roman downing the my biggest problem was the pacing it was too long at times. the ending needed to be, v a little more breathing room. i still gave a 3.5 out of five. definitely say give 83.5 and see it in 2d. next up is war dogs. this is based on the true events of two guys in their early 20's who somehow struck a deal with the pentagon for $300 million and this contract was used to arm the afghan military during this time period. now miles teller and jonah hill
play the characters in the movie much it's beautiful shot and directed by mr. todd phillips. the score is incredible cliff martinez i love that todd phillips really did great job of balancing score and also sound track this songs in the film but also a phenomenal score. it's intense, funny great chem tree. i loved all the scar face references in the movie it rea really does grip you and todd phillips did the hangover move vehicles old school and road trip. very different movie even though i will say the hangover was a very good detective film if you look at it closely it was shot well. comedy but also very good detective movie. gave this movie 4.5. bradley cooper also star in war doing. not documentary obviously and they do make up some fix al elements to keep the story together and the time frame read the rolling stone article arms and the dudes based on the real live events of what happened. next up is kubo and the industry strings. same studio that brought you para norman and box trolls and
car ralline. it's about a young boy searching for three elements to magical suit of armor worn by his father who passed a way. spirit is trying to harm him he's trying to get to this armor before the spirit can harm him. gorgeous stop motion animation. love the idea of watching it from two angles, stop motion and animation. it's beautiful. i gave this a movie four out of five. great messages. definitely worth seeing it great week at the movies and i'm kevin mccarthy, fox news. >> all right. now you can make your movie plans right now music producer and manager lou pearlman is dead, he died in prison on friday no cause has been made public. he credited with essentially launching the boy band wave of the 90's his responsible for forming the back street boys and sing, lfo and o town. remember them. >> i do remember o town. >> pearlman plead guilty back in
2008 to money laundering, conspiracy and fraud. he was sentenced to 25 years jail time pearlman was 62 years old. coming up, may have seen a kid or perhaps television host with too much energy. you thought maybe he should lay off the sugar. >> yes. but could that advice be unfounded? coming up there's a new study that may have you rethinking whether your kids should eat that candy bar. >> plus, before the kids head back to school, we've got tips to help them bust the stress avenue new year and possibly a new school. stress busters school year 2016. >> did you win? ♪ we buy any car dot com ♪
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♪ it is time for some silly science. this week parents are probably shaking their head over the silliest study we found in while now. doctors say that there is no connection between sugar and the way your kids actually behave. i know. parents probably say they have proof otherwise. but it turns out a study from the '90's found no scientific reason children would get charged up by that extra sugar. the study says that sugar high is really just a parents expectation of how it would
affect a child. doctors, though, are skeptical and any adult whose been around child after they've had some candy will probably agree. one thing is for sure though despite those silly sciences no kid is going to turn down some sugar. absolutely. >> not at all, right. >> yeah. >> so, dave, come on over here. >> you got kids. >> yeah. >> you got a whole team of kids. >> yeah. >> so sugar, do you see a response. >> absolutely. >> really. >> yes. >> yeah not buying what shawnette just said. >> it could all be in their head i don't know. maybe they're excited they have candy or maybe it's the sugar. >> i'm not scientist. it seems like it's a chemical reaction, right? like sugar makes your kids good wild but there's reason for that. >> right. it could be, and also it's kind of, you know, they like to get the sugar. they like to get the candy. i tell them no more sugar if they act like that. they say -- >> i think warren might be actually on to something. >> come on over here so we can talk to you. >> just walk over. >> come on. >> no. my producer says no.
i'm not going to disappoint him. seriously i think that warren is on to something. whenever my nephew gets candy or thinks e going to get, he's only year and a half, he's like jumping up and down doing a little dance and everything before he gets the candy in his mouth. >> he's excited to get the candy. that's what it is. >> yes. >> he's watching now because now he can say to you scientifically the candy has no negative impact on me give me the candy. >> i'm waiting for that one. >> there you go. >> moving on. >> all right. the kids are getting ready to head back to school, yes, it is just about that time but before they do, tips to help them bust the stress of a new year and possibly a new school. we'll be right back. ♪
♪ let's take look at this morning's top stories. even though kathleen kane has resigned her post as pennsylvania's attorney general, a state house panel is still looking into impeaching her. kane hasn'ted in her resignation after convicted of perjury earlier this week. chair of the house sub committee says her conviction underscored the need to impeach her. impeachment is the only mechanism that can ensure kane will not serve an elected office again. concerns from business owners on philadelphia' jewelers row. they're not happy after plans come to light to demolish the buildings to make room for high rise condos. some jewelry store owners saying these plans were kept under wraps and that nobody sought
community input. the developer toll brothers says it will respect the streets history and work with the neighborhood going forward. jewelers row is nation's old defendant diamond district. the preservation alliance for greater philadelphia has launched an online petition against the new development. ♪ i'm dave warren with the forecast. ultimate doppler looking pretty good this morning. all clear. that will strange this afternoon strong storms moving through parts of the area. as soon as two or 3:00 o'clock. here's where they are now as they couldn't to move east they'll be stronger and get little bet organized. with gusty winds, damaging wind and hail likely all because of this storm here. that's where the satellite and radar pick it up now the last 12 hours shows slowly moving to the east. it will be here by this afternoon. close up views shows we're in this marginal risk for the severe weather pit pretty much everywhere. i think they could be stronger even across the lehigh valley and parts of the poconos. temperatures are starting off into the mid 70s.
we could touch 90 before the storms move in. but no more 90's in that seven day. those numbers are coming up in just a bit. >> we'll see you then, thanks, dave. back to school means there's a lot of shopping to be done. clothes, shoes, supplies and of course the latest technology. but that doesn't necessarily need to mean spending a lot of money which parents will be happy to hear. we've got the best back to tech buys in our tech tank. ♪ >> i'm anthony mongeluzo and this is your tech tank. parents rejoice children may be sad but we'll make everyone happy today because we'll give you your top tech items for under 50 bucks for back to school. number one, the logitech k380 keyboard this is nifty at $40. basically it's a small keyboard and with the touch of a button you can go between three devices. so if you don't like typing on your phone, or maybe the keyboard on your pda, you can just hit button and switch right between it. secondly. jvc created headphones they
sound incredible. they're carbon nano tubes and get this, they're only $25. so while they might nos sun as good as your dre beats not bad and affordable. last but not least. an incredible value. amazon kindle fire. $50 for a portable device that does everything, plays game, takes notes and can help you with your homework. so hopefully we're helping you get back to school and keeping your wallet a little full. if you have any other ideas reach out to us hash tag tech tank and we can continue the conversation online. ♪ thank you anthony. the kids are getting ready to head back to school and that can be stressful time. at least i've been told. especially for those kids who are moving to new school this year. so a local group is aiming to help bust the stress. joining us this morning is jessica, from our town. good morning. good morning. thank you for having us. >> absolutely.
we're spread out because we've got this whole stress busting kit. >> absolutely. before we go through the specific tell me the reason behind this. >> our town america has been around since 1972 helping families settle into their neighborhoods by connecting with local businesses. because when you move away, from your old relationships, you need to find new ones and we do that by sending out a welcome package to these new families. >> so it can be a struggle for children kind of adjusting. >> absolutely. >> this helps walk them through it. >> absolutely. who doesn't enjoy pizza. >> i'll take that. >> right? >> pizza, bowling, movie nights, dairy queen for mom you can take her out to a massage after all the moving has been done. >> i like massages. basically -- >> oh, here. >> to help relax them. >> absolutely. so now mom and dad are settling into the house and trying to get everything together for the kids what you kind of want to do is get them involve in the move as well.
>> okay. >> get them really excited about their new neighborhood. so one of the suggestions that we offer is a family portrait with welcome to the new city you're moving into. >> real walk through the different things basically this is put this together present it to the children and it makes them feel better about this transition. >> even better it's to get them involved in it as well. so they can pull out some of their old favorites to bring with them to their new home. >> a booby. >> we call him puppy. >> okay. >> maybe new wall decorations to go on, you could even bring them to the hardware store to pick out new papers. of course, pokemon is a great way to explore your newtown because you're walking around and exploring everything. and then, of course, we're very fortunate in philadelphia where we have all these wonderful places like valley forge, schuylkill trails and the zoo. >> this doesn't even have to be -- i'm looking through everything. this doesn't have to be a huge amount of money much this basi basically is thoughtful and kind of comforting them with the fact
we're going to new place but you still have comfortable things? >> absolutely. >> okay. some of the trauma too about moving into a new home this time of year for the kids is they also are moving in a new school as well. so kind of incorporating some of the local flare as well to help bring them some comfort. >> the fightings. parents who want to do. they want to get more information how to put this together k they do it through your website. >> we can go oh our website. they can call me. >> if i may. >> we'll put link on our website with all of that contact information. >> absolutely. >> they can get in touch with you. >> absolutely. >> thank you very much. >> absolutely, bill. thank you. >> what do you think the chances are as we go to break this is my stress reliever. >> okay. >> we'll see. we'll be right back, guys. >> nice. >> boom.
♪ good day. good morning. reading thanks for starting your day watching us as well. have a lot of fun talking about lot of things. >> that's a good shot right there. >> enjoying yourself. >> am i enjoying myself. >> yes. >> always when i'm in the cove you and dave warren. >> nice. that was nice. >> so far i've messed up spew monty, criticized for my cuff links. what can we do in the last 20 minutes of the show. >> i'm giving compliments because i'm working on brunch. >> we got you. >> yes, thank you. >> we got you. kanye west big fan?
>> i'm in there somewhere. >> okay. >> if you are a fan they're lining up around the block to get a chance to snag some of kanye west's new merchandise. the hype started a few days ago when west announced he'd be opening a handful of pop-up shops around the world including this one in houston. the store sells the life of pablo clothes named after his newest album. >> i found it and rolled my eyes. wow i'll be standing in the heat for throw hours but, upping, it's pablo. my boyfriend is a huge fan. i'm a huge fan. >> so is bill. he's doing the same thing root now. same thing. >> i'm a huge fan of pablo. i don't know what pablo stands for. i got in line because i would like to get that stuff that will be $2,000 on e bay by tomorrow. >> oh, to be young again. >> what is pablo? >> we don't know. >> we'll find out. >> apparently people waited in line for like 12 hours trying to get those thing.
>> i don't know if i could do that. i'm just not built for it any more. that type of standing in line and waiting. >> it's not even question. i'm clear i can't do that. >> you're clear you're not doing it. >> yeah. waiting in line. >> i get somebody in front of me at marshall's and i'm buying t-shirts. >> what? >> you're so old. >> there was a day and time. >> you hear the cool people clicking. >> there was day and time i would wait. >> would you do this. we have a poll. instant reaction poll. would you wait in line for 12 hours for anything? >> anything is kind of wide op open. >> i feel like a billion dollars i would. >> yeah. okay. but let us know. you can vote on twitter using the hash tag fox 29 yes or fox 29 no. or let us know your thoughts on any of our social media out reach networks, facebook, instagram, twitter, you name it, we'll be right back. ♪
>> you decide political coverage now. both hillary clinton and donald trump are hitting the campaign trail trying to woo voters fox's peter doocy has more from fredericksburg, virginia. >> reporter: the presidential candidates are ramping up efforts to court voters earlier in the day republican presidential nominee donald trump met with the national hispanic advisory council mr. trump then spoke to voters saturday night in virginia. >> hillary clinton is a throw
back from yesterday. our campaign is about creating a new american future. i'm going to do what's right for you. >> reporter: democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton is attending fundraisers in the vacation hot spots of nantucket and martha's vineyard according to the latest online reuters opinion poll, clinton leads republican presidential nominee donald trump by 8% taj points among likely voters showing clinton was supported by 42% of americans who are expected to vote compared with 34% for trump. >> you see her gaining, you kn know, strength since her convention with women in particular. >> and she's trying to strengthen herself with blue collar voters that she doesn't have right now. >> reporter: trump campaign is turning turning towards traditional forms of voter out reach. in fredericksburg, virginia, peter doocy, fox news.
this week on fox news sund sunday, with less than three months till leck day donald trump hits the reset button again. with new leadership at the top will trump be able to reverse this tumble in the polls? we'll discuss with former new york mayor rudy juliani who is helping trump prepare for the presidential dough baits. then knew developments in the hillary clinton e-mail saga. as judge orders her to answer questions about her secret set up under oath. we'll talk with senator ben cardin a top clinton supporter about the continued pressure from both the courts and capitol hill. all this week on fox news sund sunday. ♪ dave, as we take look at ben franklin bridge. you keep telling us that the rain is coming. but thankfully it hell off for our show. they want everyone to the least enjoy the first couple hours of the day. >> a few hours of the sunshine and the clouds but by this afternoon, you will be dealing with these storms. here's our scale it goes from
awful to great. got the phillies playing today. those thunderstorms in there and you see exactl exactly when plag around this one do it early or wait till tomorrow. between about 2:00 and 8:00 o'clock going down on that scale. these storms are coming through. they could be strong or severe. here's where they are right now not looking like much yet but they'll get organized. things will heat up just a bit. fuel these storms but work their way across the state and be here by this afternoon. temperatures will try to climb into the upper 80s maybe touching 90 that would give us a heat wave three days in a row but that will be the end of the it. the setup u with the wind change in wind direction can lead to these storms becoming bit more organized and severe and also start to spin them up a bit closer to the low which will be up across new england but keep a close eye on exactly how far south that potential goes. they will be developing by about 1:00 o'clock in the north and western suburbs. there's two waves com coming thh individual scattered strong storms, starting off in the
western suburb, a line tries to develop between 3:00 and 5:00 o'clock north and west. five and 7:00 o'clock along 95. seven and 9:00 o'clock south and east across new jersey and delaware. so depending on where you are that's where you'll see these storms messing through. behind it, that wind picks up and the temperatures drop nowhere near 90 in the seven day forecast. first two days a little stormy and breezy. two nice days here the wind dies down humidity is low. beautiful tuesday and wednesday with bright sunshine. little warmer thursday, friday and saturday we are back with showers in the forecast and close to 90 bite end of the week. few nice days down the shore especially tuesday and wednesday. there's a land breeze tomorrow so not the best but by tuesday and wednesday pretty nice and by the end of the week it's warming back up close to 90 degrees. >> oh, yeah i'm living for tuesday and wednesday. does right. we'll take it. that looks good. >> right. >> time now to take you around the house. now, today we're talking about water. i actually did a story this past week about brown water in local area. a lot more questions.
we brought in the guy again who can give us those answers. >> good morning, sir. >> good morning. how you doing. >> how do we know if our water is clean. >> that's a great question. just because the water is clear or not clear doesn't mean it's safe or unsafe to drink. so one of the things you want to do, test it. okay? we have a tester for solids are for hardness, um, bacteria, iron, plenty of thing out there that we can it testified for. >> we can just pick one of these up and knock this out on our o own. >> another great question much there is basic kits you can find at your local hardware stores. this is more advanced something professional would do. >> okay. how does this work? >> so we come out and test the water. and there's a bunch of different things we can do. but when we find solids, when we find minerals things floating in the water we filter out the basic filtration. okay? if it gets more advanced if you have like bacteria in your water which is not uncommon to have, then we have to go withdrawal vial lit light system that purifies the water.
>> you would come don this or this is something you have to have installed in your home isn't exactly. we would come out and install that in your home treating the water all the time. >> okay. then moving down the line,. >> exactly. so water can change at any given time in a home especially when off well. so i mean it's like there's nothing in today. then there's something in it tomorrow. you never know what will happen. we say point of drinking water this here will give you clean, safe drinking water at your tap. so we feel like all drinking water should be treated to be healthy and safe for you. >> is there anything you can see if it which that would indicate there's problem with your water we talked about the color. >> honestly no. that's why we want to treat it before there's a problem. >> this is something everybody needs to do. you can't just identify it. >> softening water -- >> a loft of people think softening water will help them out. >> what does that mean. >> we take out the harness and use salts to take out the hardness and soften. it's better for the piping and
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after two preseason games what did we learn about our eagles? should we be worried about the lack of production on offense and what is the latest with carson wentz and those injured ribs? >> yeah. >> joining us this morning sean brace philly.com. good morning. >> good morning. >> eagles fan? >> eagles fan? >> yeah. >> you're not going to get me in trouble. yeah, flying high. >> i know how this goes. >> they look pretty good. defense looked solid. offense eh. do we get anything from preseason? >> no! >> it's frustrating every single year we ask ourselves this question. how many preseason games should they play fay. yeah, look at last year. last year is the golden example. eagles look amazing in preseas preseason. especially the third preseason game against the agree bay packers in green bay. what did we get out of that? nothing. it's tough. you want to so them go out there, get their reps. stay healthy. that's the most important thing, but you really can't learn too much from preseason. i will say this. i think we can look into, read
the tea leaves get out the magic eight ball. eagles will struggle on offense this year and that is one thing we are seeing so far. >> you mentioned staying healt healthy. what's the status? what are you thinking with wentz. >> wentz is missing key reps right now. and that's not good for a rookie. this was his moment to shine especially at preseason game four. they're hoping to get him back for preseason game four. right now he is playing a little bit of catch on the side line. not working out in drills. had his helmet on in practice but dealing with buffed ribs. >> would you play him,. >> preseason game four actually going to mean nothing. would you run the risk of him getting hurt. >> i would. >> would you. >> yes. these are golden reps for a rookie right now. if he doesn't play in preseason game four, when is carson wentz going to play next? that's the question. >> you can't keep him in bubble wrap. >> some day he has to play football. >> i said and that he broke a rib. >> we were arguing let's talk about this. >> the phillies, chase utley comes to town. >> and the crowd goes wild! >> a lot. >> the crowd goes wild a lot. >> yes. >> it's nice to pay respect. >> yeah.
>> appropriate or did we go a little too far. >> i love it. i was on my couch and i was cheering bill anderson and let me ask you this. i was not in the building. i was not at citizens bank park. this is where you got to give it up to the people that were there that paid the price of add mig. it was the first game of the series. everybody was there to see saint chase. okay? he stepped up and hit not one but two homeruns they got caught up in the moment andly if phillies if they were actually chasing no pun intend actually a good ball club they're record tells a different story bottom line it would have a different tone but i think everybody got caught up in the moment. >> you love it. you love it. not so much. i love chase. i appreciate what you did. you play for a different team now. i give you respect. now go back to cheering for my team. >> or even dodgers managers gave us prop and said hey, this was cool. >> i'm sure the phillies -- >> we were being stand up fans. >> the players weren't all that um pref. >> we got to go. always good to see. thank you so much. thank you shawnette. dave, we appreciate all of you.
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