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home, investigators say a two-year old boy was beaten to death and who police say was behind this murder. another child caught in the cross fire. this little boy is now in the hospital. what his family heard when those gunshots rang out. tens of thousands of people starting the recovery process as the president prepares to visit. >> unaudible. >> the emotional plea to the president, right now. good day, it is tuesday, august 23rd. >> are you freezing. >> here's what you didn't see, what you didn't see while we were reading that the whole time, lauren was like this and also coming up we have this, that and right when she came out she goes like this. >> it is cold in here. >> perfect outside? it is. >> it is, indeed,. >> which is why we're going double digits once again. ten is as farrah as we go in, our weather by the numbers. we're going max today. we do have have clear skies,
tonight, and this morning. it looks like it still is at night. 64 degrees. 6:21 is your sun sue rise time. this is coolest it has been since june out there in many places. mostly in the 50's in the suburbs. only 45 degrees in mount pocono. sixty in wildwood. fifty-eight wilmington. dew points are down there too. once dew points are in the 50's you know you have low humidity. so, of course, we will enjoy another one today with plenty of sunshine after a comfortable start. 84 degrees, the high temperature. sunsetting at 7:45. you still have a long day to enjoy this near perfect weather. of course, humidity is coming bank. we will tell you when in the seven day forecast, bob kelly, how are we doing on the schuylkill. >> we're doing much better than our pronouncing of some of our 80's groups. good morning, everybody. 5:01 on a tuesday morning. live look at schuylkill westbound. we had an early morning
accident that left behind a fuel spill that involved a tour bus this morning. all of the headlights here westbound on 76, right before 202 in king of prussia, only one lane is opened as we are trying to mop up what is left of the fuel spill. on the freeway coming in towards philadelphia the headlights toward the walt whitman bridge. we have that construction zone, over there and just keep in mind every night or so they shuffle a lane or two around. they are working on 95 both at girard and at cottman avenue all this week. keep that in mind, during midday and overnight. bridges are fine. mass transit a has no delays. two people in the hospital after jumping from windows after escaping a fire in west oak lane this happened 3:30 this morning on the 7800 block of mitchnor avenue. victim has minor injuries. fire was placed under control after 20 minutes. police in new jersey are investigating a a stabbing at a high rise apartment complex. >> sabina kuriakose live at the scene in collinswood,
sabina, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. investigators are here on the scene late in the night and into this morning, in fact, they have just left a short time ago. this is a building c of the heights apartment complex along west browning road just off of white horse pike. huge high rise complex we counted ten floors here. around 10:30 police say at least one person was stabbed inside of the building. that victim was rush to the hospital critically hurt. we don't have word on their condition as of this morning. we have reached out to police and the prosecutor's office. we're told prosecutor's office will be releasing more information about this alleged stabbing later today. coming up, we will talk about the security measures that the apartment complex says it has in place here in the lobby coming up, guys, back to you. thanks very much. this happened in the last hour a barricade situation in overbrook ended just before 4:00 in the morning. is a bean, thank you. philadelphia police tell us that this all started as a
domestic dispute on a home on north 63rd and west jefferson street right around 12:30 last night. this lasted for three and a half hours. two adults and two juvenile where is inside at the time. there was a weapon inside. one person has been taken in custody. we are following the story for you. this story breaks your heart. man is accused of killing his girlfriend's two-year old son and today that allege killer will face the judge. >> authorities say zachary tricoche beat the toddler inside a pennsauken home over the weekend. dave, good morning to you you. >> reporter: good morning to you. halls of justice here in camden city will see 24 year-old zachary tricoche, as he is arraigned on murder charges this afternoon in the death of his girl friend's two-year old boy. a wrapper from a suctioned catheter was all that was left from the scene in the home in the 5900 block of mason boulevard, mansion boulevard i should say in pennsauken, new jersey. it is where first responders
answered the call of an unresponsive child just before 11:30 saturday night n a 911 call the mother reportedly said that the boyfriend was trying to wake her child up, she then noticed bruises on the boys chest. that is what she said in the 911 call. investigators say the 24 year-old tricoche had beaten the boy so badly, he died a short time later at cooper university hospital and neighbors are in disbelief. >> it disturbs me. i'm a pastor. i don't know why things like that happen. what could cause it. they are quiet people. >> quiet neighborhood. you rarely see police men when you do see policeman it is something that is drastically wrong. on sunday my daughter noticed there were police men coming in and out. so we had no idea. >> one can only imagine the grief inside the hospital saturday night, tricoche was charged with first degree
murder, originally there was a lag in authorities getting information out because they had to find the biological father and notify him of the death which they have since done. meantime neighbors say that they really only saw the family here and there that they just moved to the neighborhood recently. now neighbors will be watching this court proceeding and arraignment that starts at 1:30 in camden. back to you. >> dave, thanks very much. lets turn to this a at 5:06. jerry sandusky returns to the central pennsylvania courtroom for day three of the hearing. >> defense team focusing on conflicting statements from the man identified as victim two. lawyer for victim two testified yesterday and he believes his client was the boy scene in the shower by former assistant coach. however, shortly before sandusky was arrested police say mandy need sandusky ever abused him. victim two settled a child sex abuse claim with penn state but didn't testify at sandusky's criminal trial in 2012. g.o.p. vice-presidential candidate and indiana governor
mike pence is set to visit bucks county today. trump campaign says it will be a town hall style affair at 4:00 p.m. in plumstead at worth and company that makes heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems for large buildings. ticket for that event is available on trump's web site. doors opened up at 1:00 p.m., before that pence has a private event in king of prussia. today president obama is set to historic flooding damage in southern lou san after after many critics say the president took too long to visit the largest disaster since super storm sandy. >> just help us. just no red tape, just help us. don't make us jump through all these hoops. zoo of us just don't have anything. >> emotions are running high, as new numbers have been released as to how much damage was done to this area from the storms. more than 2800 people remain in shelters right now, a week after this began. the storm and its flooding has damage an estimated 60,000
homes. more than 106,000 people have registered for federal disaster aid with the state saying that 20 million-dollar has been distributed to individuals, so far. the white house now responding to criticism against the president. >> i can tell you what the the president has been focused on is response on the ground and people his lives in louisiana have been turned upside down by this terrible flooding event. the response that you have seen from the federal government has been effective, the president has been focusing on the response and not frankly as concern with the optics as all of you appear to be. >> louisiana's governor is pushing back who says that the president should have come sooner. governor john bell edward is saying he asked the president to let the local governmental officials get out there and respond to this disaster, saying that if the president had been there a week ago, it would have diverted resources like the police force and everybody else for the present security when they had so much work to do to help out the
people affect by all this damage. that devastation has impacted a local family. a teen flooding victim is staying with relatives in lehigh county while another family member is preparing to go to help clean up. fox 29's shawnette wilson has their story. >> it is so surreal. it was almost like an apocalypse movie. >> reporter: seventeen year-old lehigh thompson described devastation in his home town of denim springs a half an hour outside baton rouge. after torrential rain flooded parts of the louisiana. >> anything that was in the house, not in the attic is pretty much unsalvageable. >> reporter: it has been just over a week since it happen. levi his in bethlehem with family while his mom and dad are in a shelter back at home trying to rebuild. his family has been sending videos of the area before and after the water receded. >> do you see where the contents are? contents are out here.
>> levi doesn't know when he will return and cannot shake images he left lynn. >> waiting through waist deep water. it wasn't just water, it was like mud, sticks, spiders and snakes. my whole street was just a river. the water was really strong. >> reporter: levi's cousin who he is a staying with in bethlehem plans to travel to louisiana in a week to help the family with clean up. levi says his high school sustain damaged and remains closed for now n bethlehem, shawnette wilson fox 29 news. tens of thousands have flood victims in lieu san air relying on the american red cross for help. the mess of those calls are coming to the head headquarters right here in philadelphia red cross workers and volunteers say they have answered about 15,000 calls, in the last week alone, many are coming from people in dire situations for not able to get through to 911. the center has opened up 16 phone lines compared to the two, that they normally use, lauren. now lets get to the top
stories. an apartment complex in chester where a six year-old boy was hit by a stray bullet this morning james wright continues to recover at chop from that gunshot wound to the hand. boy was sitting outside with his friend yesterday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock when someone there started to shoot near eighth street. neighbors say more than a dozen children were playing when those shots were fired. >> guy was standing there and he was shooting down toward the guy sitting outside with us. >> i'm trying to gather up kid and push them up in my house. >> well, police left several shell casing from his 150 feet away from where they were shot and no arrests have been made. staffer working in the philadelphia commissioner's office has been identified as a victim of the fatal shooting. >> two gunman shot and killed leonard boyar the third in front of his mother's north philadelphia home, saturday night. this is on the 600 block of north 12th street. no arrests have within made in this. there is no word on a motive either. in south jersey police make an arrest in the deadly shooting over the weekend. twenty-six year-old samuel
james is facing murder and weapons charges this is death of the 24 year-old byron turner. the his bail, has been set at one million-dollar cash. police say james shot the victim in the head outside a burlington city home saturday night. a five-year old girl, who ran from the gunfire was hurt, and then not shot. 5:12. donald trump says he has been trying to boost his appeal with minority voters but is it working? why not everyone feels trump will be able to gain that support. today is supposed to be the day airlines start to lower the prices, right? called cheap flight day? is it worth it though? before you book your flight, listen up.
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clear skies means it is cool, comfortable. it is a cool start in many layses where in the mountains in the 40's, no rain though in the forecast and we actually could use some and we could have another heat wave in the offing with high pressure in control. cold front from sunday well off shore, this is what is making for another beautiful day to day and because of the high is inland, it is going to be low humidity day. not until high moves off shore that things get sticky, once again. so it should be about 85 degrees this time of the year. we were below average. in an august that is usually a good thing. 83 degrees was our high temperature yesterday. today we will go to 84. another nice one.
eighty-seven on wednesday. close to 90 on thursday. we will probably be well above 90 on friday which we told you yesterday is still true, is the warmest day of the week, so far. there is a cold front coming through on friday. it doesn't look like any precipitation, so it will take us down to 90 on both saturday and sunday and if we get those three in a row we will have another heat wave. should still be dry on machine when phillies come back to town. that is your look at your seven day forecast, plenty of good weather ahead but you need to be worried about what is facing you on the roadways this morning even this early bob kelly. >> we had an early morning accident that involved a tour bus on the westbound, schuylkill expressway, right before you get to 202, and we're starting to see volume pop. we are slowing down, down to one lane, westbound. they have cleaned up the accident but it left behind a trail of fuel on the roadways, so they need to make sure that is all cleaned up and mopped up before cars can start rolling on it.
heading out early this morning westbound already a delay now, one lane approaching route 202. forty-two coming from new jersey not that bad, we are starting to see volume pop in this 5:00 o'clock hour. we're talking about 80's groups? ready. happy birthday to rick springfield. >> oh, yeah, jesse's girl. >> jesse's girl. >> fifty-seven today. >> okay. >> he doesn't look a day over 65. >> he got that good tv hair going on there watch out for work crews later on today eastbound schuylkill expressway down to one lane beginning at 9:00 o'clock. they did this yesterday. same deal today. they are cleaning out those big silver tubes, drains that come out of the rock there and carry all the the water. watch for delays eastbound on the schuylkill gulph mills to the city beginning today around 9:00. chris and lauren, back to you. police are looking for a man caught on surveillance video firing ate gun at a driver parking his car. this happened last wednesday
on the 2,000 block of south 21st street. police just released this video. they say gunman fired several times into the car hitting the driver in the face and in the arm, after that, the shooter ran off. the victim survived but police are not saying what his condition is at this point. in delaware new castle county police are investigating a home invasion there that left an elderly man injured. this is surveillance video of the robbers red, four door sedan, they jumped in to and drove off in. investigators say he rob the 81 year-old man shortly before 12:30 in the afternoon at 700 block of hertford roth. a $20,000 reward now stand for information that leads to any arrest. a north carolina community held a vigil last night for a deaf man killed by a state trooper last week. according to police report highway patrol trooper tried to stop 29 year-old daniel harris for speeding violation, thursday, after a short chase, the man was finally pulled over. authorities say harris got out
of that car and got the in the altercation. that is when police say the officer opened fire, killing him. harris was not armed. according to reports he appeared to be trying to communicate with the officer via sign language. a federal judge in texas has blocked obama administration's order that public schools need to let trans genter students use a bathroom that match their gender identity in a temporary injunction the judge said that the order contradicts the existing legislative and regulatory texas he said guidance failed to follow the law requiring it get input to the public before drafting new regulations n mayo bam an ad perfection warned schools risk losing federal money if they did not make adjustment for transgender student. texas and 12 other states challenge the white house, as unconstitutional saying guidelines would force school districts to mix the sexes and other areas. republican presidential nominee donald trump has been
trying to boost his appeal with minority voters. >> but as fox's zachary kiesh reports not everyone feels trump will get much support from african-american voters. >> reporter: trump speech has been getting a a lot of attention. did his, pitch appeal to black voters and is he really serious about getting their support. >> let's see how much african-american communities have suffered under democratic control. to those that i say the following: what do you have to lose? >> reporter: speech took place 90 miles from detroit in the city about 90 percent white. there in michigan presidential candidate donald trump spoke to black americans. >> i appreciate his plea. >> reporter: crowd thoroughly enjoyed mr. trump, candidate offered his take on black life and offered a life raft. audience mostly white remind you, loved it. this is david web. >> i'm a republican. >> reporter: how do black people feel. i found two black guys and
their views cut on political lines. >> it is bigger than donald trump. he is making an appeal to do it and get attention to it and i hope blacks look at economic policies of trump verse hillary. >> i say again what do you have to lose. you are living in poverty. your schools are no good. you have no jobs. 58 percent of your youth is unemployed. what the hell do you have to lose? >> if you want to speak to african americans you come and speak to african americans. you ask questions? you try to understand why you have a place like ohio and pennsylvania so some states you have to win and hear from people and you come up with a craft or you craft an argument that makes sense. >> reporter: brian benjamin is a democrat and he is not buying it. >> it islip service that is mostly focused on the white suburban women. he is possibly the first republican in a long time to lose white educate wood man to
a democrat. white women don't want to see him as president. >> all right. well, more trouble for democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton. congressional republicans issued subpoenas for three technology companies that made serviced her private e-mail server while she was secretary of state. republicans are stepping up their attack on the democratic presidential nominee handling of the sensitive government information that flowed through server located in the basement of her new york home. fbi closed its probe in the issue without recommending any criminal charges. all right. here we are inside three months, we will see how much that hurt her november 8th. 5:22. track star anita ali back at home now that olympics have have have come to an even. hear what she said she will never forget just moments before she landed back in philadelphia. moment you realize you have these numbers you will never forget that moment
actually save on airfare to take but other experts say it is better to think of it as a period of time instead of one day. you can really save on travel. so they say, you can really save starting to day through thanksgiving, find to start lowering summer travel fares starting to day, it has been reported some airlines will drop their prices ten to 20 percent. now good luck getting a cheap flight right around thanksgiving or even labor day. >> i will check and tell you how cheap flights are, okay. >> in the meantime we will talk about this. >> owe are okay. >> olympic games are over. >> yes. >> closing ceremonies were sunday. >> two days ago good athletes are returning to their every day life now, right. >> yes. >> how about this one, is this great. this is mia ali receiving a turn home at philadelphia airport overnight. look at the signs. look at the smile. she's holding her 15 month-old son titnews her right arm. how cute is he with that
little shocka hair. even they she had a long flight ali took time to sign autographs, took selfies and she has a special message for her supporters. >> obviously i have they ever dream of anything like that in my life. i got to meet cool people from different sports. i go to the share a bond with my teammate that will be memorable and will never forget. i want to thank my supporters and i want to thank everybody that came here and my family. >> wow. >> oh, man. >> she got silver in the 100-meter hurdles and her teammates got gold, bronze, so this gave u.s. the first sweep in that event. the only seven time it happened in the history of the olympic track. >> would i just break it out and wear silver right there. here it is. kiss it, hold it up. wow. >> you wouldn't show off like that. >> no, not really. >> little under stated. >> she's from germantown. went to west catholic high
school. maybe she can go to the studio or giving you tips running. last time you were out on the track you pulled a hamstring. >> i pulled a left hamstring. >> i would pull a right one if she came out. >> you wouldn't even be able to race her, do you know that. >> listen, i'm in my 40's. she's young and in shape. >> she has had a baby. >> a baby. >> a baby. >> well, i haven't had a baby, not yet. you know, medicine is a miracle these days what you can do. just you wait. >> all right. >> stay tune for an that. >> this saturday is the game that sam bradford will get the most playing time ape that is coming up, in sports in one minute.
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today will be beautiful. bus stop buddy, he has sun screen out, sue. >> it is true, this morning was first morning in a while that i didn't use the air conditioning in the automobile. maybe even in your house you can throw open the windows this morning because we are off to a cool start. temperatures in the 50's and 60's. another hiking outdoor day for bus stop buddy with the sun screen, of course because you want to spend time out doors when it is this nice. no rain at all, no cloud in the sky, we have got 64 degrees in philadelphia. 65 percent relative humidity and sunrise is not until 6:21, this morning. look at mount pocono, 45 degrees, a little taste of autumn this morning. fifty-six in reading. fifty-three in pottstown, and in philadelphia as we mentioned 64. sixty in wildwood. dew points is the key to how it feels outside. they are nice and low down in the 50's, for just about everybody this morning. so it was practically perfect in every way, yesterday, with
83 degrees. little bit below normal high of 85. eighty-four should be our high today, another beautiful one, and tonight we're down to the mid 60's, clear skies, another comfortable night. had that is your fox cast for tuesday. what about wednesday, thursday, friday, owe h, you know the heat is come back, we will tell you when. >> it is beautiful. lets do it again today. have have lunch outside. 5:33. hello, fort washington. 309, turnpike looking good, nice good start to our morning out here. good news they have reopened that westbound schuylkill out near king of prussia, they have clean up the accidents, we're okay there and we are seeing volume pop here on 95 out of the great northeast. a brand new traffic pattern for gang coming into philadelphia, on the walt whitman bridge, pay attention, as you come in from new jersey and head for whitman, the three lanes up the middle here are all closed. so there is always a quick decision you have to make when you come over the whitman to begin with whether you have
e-z pass or you don't, cash lane, the bottom line, these one lanes are closed as part of the construction so be ready for some delays, at least today and tomorrow, until the dust settles on that. service adjustments continue on the regional rail line, no new trains have been added yet. just make sure you have that latest schedule both market frankford and subway two big work horses that have been doing just that with trains every eight to ten minutes. free parking down at novacare complex. also free parking up at frank for transportation center. chris and lauren, back over on you. developing this morning, two people are in the hospital after jumping from windows to escape a fire in west oak lane, this happened at 3:30 this morning on the 7800 block of mitchnor avenue. the victims have minor injuries. the fire was under control in 20 minutes. in new jersey collinswood police are investigating a stabbing and one person was sent to the hospital with critical injuries. this happened at heights apartments on browning road around 10:30 last night.
we will have an update the in a live report at 6:00. developing story out of overbrook where a barricade situation ended moments before the beginning of our show at 4:00 this morning. philadelphia police department tells fox 29 that it all started as a domestic dispute at a home on north 63rd and west jefferson street around 12:30 last night. two adults and two juveniles were inside this home at the time of the barricade. we have been told there was a weapon inside, one person was taken into custody. a south jersey man accused of killing his girl friend's two-year old sonnies due in court today. >> authorities say this 24 year old beat the toddler inside their pennsauken home over the weekend. fox 29's dave kinchen live at the camden county courthouse with more on this terrible story, dave? >> reporter: just horrible this arraignment will be this afternoon, with the shock continuing for the family and certainly the neighbors where all of this happened, zachary tricoche, a 24 year-old will be rain on murder charge these have afternoon here in camden after the death of his girl
friend's two-year old baby boy. a wrapper from a suctioned catheter was all that was left when our cameras rolled up to the scene, what was the scene at 5900 block of mansion boulevard in pennsauken. it is where first responders, answered a call of the unresponsive child. this was just before 11:30 saturday night. in the 911 call the mother said the that the boyfriend was trying to wake up the child. she also said that she saw bruises on the the boy's chest. investigators say 24 year-old try coach had beaten the boy so badly he died a short time later at cooper university hospital, and neighbors have been in disbelief. >> there was in sign or indication of anything that bad took place in the house. so i'm pretty much can't believe that took place. they were quiet. leave in the morning, come back in the evening. just ordinary. nothing peculiar, strange about it at all. i cannot fathom that it
happened. you don't know people when things like this take lays. >> reporter: we have since learned tricoche was charge with first degree murder there was a delay in getting information out to the public because police had to find the boy's biological father and notify him of the death which has since been done. they did reach out to him. we can say neighbors say mother, baby boy and live in boyfriend only moved to that neighborhood recently, many people they ever even saw the child, before and of course they will be paying close attention to this case, beginning with with an arraignment in camden at 10:00 this a afternoon, back to you. we will wait and see what happens, thanks very much. jerry sandusky returns to the central pennsylvania courtroom for day three of his appeals hearing. >> defense team focusing on conflicting statement as a man identified as victim number two. he believes his client was the boy seen in the shower by a former assistant coach, however, shortly before sandusky was arrested police
say mandy need sandusky ever abused him. victim two settled a child sex abuse claim with penn state but you did not testify at sandusky's criminal trial in 2012. g.o.p. vice-presidential candidate indiana governor mike pence set to visit bucks county today. trump campaign says it will be a town hall style affair. it the is happening at 4:00 p.m. at worth and company in plumstead, pennsylvania where it makes heating and air conditioning systems. ticket are available on trump's web site. doors open up at 1:00 p.m. prior to that he has a private event in king of prussia. >> doing some shopping. >> um-hmm. >> 5:38. this saturday is the game that sam bradford will get most time on the field, all right. so we're playing the third out of four preseason games. he has got to get game ready for the big opener september 11th against the browns. sports in one minute coming up. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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good morning i'm howard eskin this saturday night eagles play their third preseason game and for starters this game is within where they play the most. third game was a big within for sam bradford last year. no squirreling around in this game. eagles quarterback in his first year with the eagles lit the lays up. his number are off the charts. he threw three touchdown passes, ten for ten, that was in the first quarter. sam bradford knew the way people felt as well but he knows it is just a preseason game. >> very little game planning that goes into preseason. i'm's sure green bay didn't game plane to stop us.
i don't know if anybody in the locker room bought into the fact that because we looked great in the presees on game, it would be easy during the regular season. eagles new free agent, linebacker steven tullock will be a backup for now but you will be pushing jordan hicks. >> reenforce that right now i'm the starting middle linebacker and he will be in here competing, it will be good, good to have somebody like that to add a little pressure and, you know, i'm exited to learn from him. >> that is sports in a minute. i'm howard eskin. all right. how about this, the hits just keep coming for ryan lochte. big brand dropping u.s. swimmer after revealing he was less than truthful about being robbed in rio. >> um-hmm. >> four advertisers say no thanks. >> okay. see you.
y'all ready for this, it is time for our school supply drive, it will be from 8:00 to 10:00 in the morning at clementon park and splash world in clementon, new jersey. that is coming up this friday, guys. if you donate five items you can get a $15 admission in the park and you you can have a chance to meet our quincy harris there all morning long, again this friday from 8:00 to 10:00 in the morning. >> okay. a whole bunch of children have some new books to dive into. >> that is right, the bus rolled in camden little league practice. they gave american 800 children free books. it is part of the mobile
literacy, best travels a cross u.s. and volunteers in the only read to children but they also hand out, free and brand new books. a lot of people hug their books. is there pride in book ownership. kid like to be identified as readers and, they like to be identified as smart. and they are those things. when i make repeat visits i will see kids throughout the years. they will tell me how many books they have in their homes, what their favorite things are, what they remember reading. taking a book home is really just owning books that physical book, and idea that you are a reader. >> there you go. >> so, best the book bus targets communities where kids may not have their own books. it has been to 48 states and donated more than half a million books. >> first book i can remember charlotte's web abe then i read a great book, together the glory bob gibson story the pitcher from the st. louis cardinals baseball team. inspiring. >> sue serio, it is not a day to read inside.
take your book down the shore and sit on the beach. >> absolutely or in the backyard, because it is just like i said yesterday, go outside, humidity is down again today and just as we predicted we have a new tropical storm gaston in the middle of the atlantic ocean off the west coast of africa. 50-mile an hour wind heading in the west northwesterly direction. we are watching this tropical wave that could, of course, become another tropical storm. this is one to watch because of the potential direction towards perhaps east coast of florida and tropical depression fiona, so next name after gaston is hermine, so we will go back to harry potter for that one. high pressure in control, right now and will be, on shore, tomorrow. so today and tomorrow low humidity days, once this move off shore that is when heat and humidity come back, so as we look at the seven day forecast, we have 84 degrees.
yesterday was 83. just like yesterday. eighty-six tomorrow. still pretty comfortable. by thursday, it starts to get sticky. by friday it is heat and humidity back in full force, as they say. then a cold front comes through but we still have a chance of having a heat wave if we get to 90 degrees on saturday and sunday. there is your seven day forecast from the weather authority. still pretty dry. bob kelly, did i just see a huddle. >> we are just comparing shoes, go on lauren's instagram, we will see who you can guess who is wearing what shoes here this morning. good morning, everybody. 5:48. live look at i-95 right here near philly international shaping up to be a nice morning, nice day to fly out of philly international. no problems at all here on the vine expressway coming into or out of the city. we have a water main break for gang in northampton, bustleton pike at lower holland road.
some folks going back to school already. i just put a question on you the there on facebook and twitter, somebody sent me this picture here. mommies happy. look the at face on the kid there not too happy. when are your kid heading back. it used to be until after labor day and some are already back this week. new pattern, at the walt whitman bridge today, three inner lanes are block. watch for delays leaving new jersey and coming into philadelphia. otherwise bennie looking g the chris and lauren, back over to you. thanks very much. more trouble for embattled u.s. swimmer ryan lochte. >> at last count four major companies have dropped one of the america's most decorated olympic athletes, so gentle hair removal and mattress company air weaves announced last night they have cut ties with lochte. he also lost deals with ralph lauren and speedo. speedo says its new poster child will be mike jerrick, yes, you can see him at fourth and market at ten right after our show. no. speedo says it cannot conn
down behavior that is count tore their values. company will donate $50,000 portion of lochte's key to the global charity save the children. >> i love how you say ralph lauren. >> can you say my name like that. >> lauren. >> yes. >> ralph lauren. >> that is how i say it too. >> daughter dylann. >> well, dropping big time names. >> she owns a candy store in manhattan. >> and his name is ralph lauren. >> thank you, mike. >> just like it is lauren johnson. >> if you married him, you would be lauren, lauren, and rich. >> true. >> gabby douglass she's coming to our area. >> i love gabby. i met jab tie. >> she will be in the miss america pageant. >> have you have you ever judged the miss america pageant. >> yes, as a matter on have fact. >> boom. >> she will help 2017 miss america with the panel of judge including mark cuban. >> i met mark here in philadelphia. >> you ever met laura marano.
>> who is that. >> would you like to. >> the not her but you gabby made history her and ali raysman to be members of the two gold medal winning teams. the pageant happening september 11th at boardwalk hall you nose where i will be, at the eagles game? opening day with the browns. >> the browns, boom. >> are rg3 at quarterback. >> that is a good game. >> you mention ali raysman. who is in the control room? who is driving the bus. >> this is nicole who is here right now, from the night. >> but we have candace is producing. already she already hates me. no speaking of ali rays man. >> yes. >> i don't have ifb but can we jump to that. >> because we will. >> thank you. >> ali raysman, of course, she's the gold medal winning
gymnast. we're skipping past that right there. >> there she is. >> dang. >> all right. >> so somebody has asked her out on a date. >> on twitter. >> and she accepted, would you like to see this man. >> yes. >> his name is colton underwood and i believe he plays for the oakland raiders. >> he's good looking he is a handsome man. >> you know who he looks like. >> who. >> channing tatum. >> yes, magic mike. >> are you talking about these tweets. >> sit okay to ask somebody out on twitter. >> i say no. it is stupid. >> our kacie mcdonnell, she got engaged on twitter. >> that is new age dating. >> new age dating. >> i don't want any part of it, lauren. >> your baby teeth could save your life.
>> yes. >> did you save your baby teeth? alex told me her mother has all of her baby teeth. >> my mom did. >> she saved all of your teeth. >> yes. >> what is this. >> braces. >> what does this have to have do with baby teeth. >> they are flossing. >> seriously, your baby teeth can save your life. it is a dna thing. here's mess important story of the day, did you ever get this thing on your phone, your phone, let's come back to the phone. so you have your phone. >> that is a phone you get this message on your phone that says clear space, you cannot take anymore picture. clear space you cannot do anything. then you clear about 5,000 pictures, of you saving someone from the burning building and would you like those back and you still need space. >> you still to have get space. >> it didn't work by deleting your videos and your pictures. there is a movie, you you go tour app store and there is a movie that you can say you are
going to buy on like net flicks it will erase enough data and then they will down load it. >> what? >> that is a trick. >> that is your lead story yes. >> how is that everybody. >> it drives my nuts. >> he doesn't understand because he has an android. >> i gotcha. >> i gotcha. >> in the next hour, a plea to the president in the wake of the devastating flooding what some people are asking a president obama as he prepares to tour flood zone later today. ♪ hey, is this our turn? honey...our turn? yeah, we go left right here. (woman vo) great adventures are still out there. we'll find them in our subaru outback. (avo) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru.
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decided to skip his own birthday party and help flood victims in in louisiana. carson booty delivered hand delivered pizza who lost their homes in the states deadly flooding. idea was to give out a few dozen pies to help family and friend with you thanks to the the power of social media it was hundreds of pizzas. grand total 363. good for carson. 5:57. a stab nothing new jersey send one person to the hospital, what we are learning right now. and two people jumped from a burning home overnight, how their quick thinking may have saved their lives.
a two year-old boy beat ten death police mace an arrest in the disturbing crime in a camden county home. we're tracking a developing story in collinswood this morning, two people stabbed in the apartment complex, one was sent to the hospital, what police are saying about this crime, right now. plus a plea to the president. in the wake of the devastating flooding, in louisiana. what some are asking of president obama as he prepares to tour the state, later today. good day, everybody, it is