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♪ >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10. breaking news out of the gate. yet another child shot by a stray bullet right now the eight-year-old girl is in surgery. good evening, i'm lucy noland. i'm iain page. that child caught in gunfire in camden just before 9:00 tonight. let's get tout fox 29's joanne pileggi live outside cooper university hospital. joanne, witnesses say there were several bullets found at the scene. >> reporter: that's right, iain. this is a developing story. as you said, we are live here at cooper university hospital where that little girl an eight-year-old girl is in surgery right now. doctors trying very hard to save her life.
after she was shot outside of her home a little more than an hour ago. now, these are the pictures. this is the video from the scene at south eighth and spruce streets in camden. one witness telling us he was inside of his home, thought he heard firecrackers and came out to be told that child had been shot. the witness said the girl was hit in the crossfire of that shooting. again, she is in surgery with trauma doctors right knowledge people in the neighborhood telling us they are very upset that this happened. that witness telling me that he doesn't let his children go outside at night because of all of the gun violence. again, a developing story. police say they will be holding a news conference within the next half hour to an hour and we will keep up to date. let's the latest from camden. iain, lucy? >> thank you very much, joanne. to our developing story now out of delaware. an adventure at a state park has turned deadly. a woman died after a zipline tripping police say she fell
40 feet to her death at the state park in bear. fox 29's brad sattin joins us live from police headquarters in newark with more on what went wrong just horrible, brad. >> reporter: yeah it sure is. something obviously wept wrong here. she was on this zipline with a company called go ape. they have a location at that state park in bear, delaware. they have 14 other locations across the country. it is unclear exactly what happened, but somehow this woman fell off. investigators were on the scene through the afternoon trying to determine how a 59-year-old woman fell from the go ape tree top adventure landing on the ground 40 feet below. paramedic rushed to her christiana hospital where she was pronounced dead. in the promotional video go ape is build as two to three hour adventure through the forest canopy. john and tara have been on the ziplines here before. >> you're instructed on how to attach and use the lock and
everything. it's very safe. >> he can also imagine how an accident can happen. >> if they didn't go through the precautions of hooking themselves you have with the caribbean and lost their balance and fell it could be possible. >> there's double hooks that you hook on and everything. if you somehow didn't hook those up correctly and didn't -- you have to really pay attention when you're doing it but they go through that with you thor roll. >> reporter: go ape opened a junior course for younger participants late this summer. the delaware department of natural resources and environmental wrote in a news release the safety systems are designed so that participants stay attached the entire time they are in the trees. participants only become unattached when back on the ground. it's not clear if the same system was in place on this regular course. the company released a statement saying "the go ape team is deeply saddened by this tragic occurrence. our thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends and in particular to those who were on the course with her at the time "sympathy shared by those at the park. >> it's unfortunate to hear
about what happened. >> reporter: now the area was shut down immediately after this incident, of course, iain, the investigation is on going. >> all right, brad, thank you. on your radar, get ready for some temperatures rise. people out enjoying a nice night in center city it will get hot and humid again and fast. here's live look at trenton right now and we have another heat wave on the way. right in time for the weekend. scott williams is tracking those increased temperatures, scott. >> that's certainly right, iain. it's been nice stretch of days across the philadelphia area. in fact today really wasn't that bad either. look at the high temperatures. 86 philadelphia. 85 wilmington. trenton 86. even a pair of sevens in the pocono mountains. a live look right now in old city and headed toward downtown. looking pretty good. clear skies for the most part. look at the temperatures still comfortable at 75 degrees. but that humidity, already up there at 62%. temperatures across the area, 70 in dover. mid 70s right now in allentown
and look at the dew points climbing above 60. so starting to feel a little more on the muggy side of things. so for the overnight, temperatures in the city upper 60s. more humidity for the overnight and, yes, it does look like as we move toward the latter part of the week, the upcoming weekend, we are tracking the potential for our sixth heat wave of the season. comincoming up we'll talk aboutw hot it will get plus things pretty active right now in the tropics. back to you. >> all right, scott, thanks. death toll is rising from that earthquake that rocked central italy. 159 people are dead. the tremors demolished three towns. recovery efforts continue as teams desperately search for survivors trapped under the rubble. getting access to some locations is not easy. the number of dead and missing is uncertain given the thousands of vacationers in the area. for summer's final days. meanwhile the white house says president obama has spoken with the president of italy and the state department is working to provide assistance to any
americans who may be affected. you decide 2016 and hillary clinton plays defense over her foundation while donald trump tries to convince minority voters he would be a better choice than his op pent. clinton campaign says the recent associated press is flawed. it claims donors to the clinton foundation were given special access to clinton when she was secretary and state and looked at two of her four years in the state department. the ap is standing its ground. meanwhile clinton had three fundraisers in the san francisco bay area today. including one at the home of apple c. o tim cook. donald trump rallied in mississippi as he tries to win over minority voters speaking to a crowd in jackson trump called clinton a bigot. he claimed politicians are using hispanics and trump told a crowd that clinton only sees people of color as votes and quote not as human beings. the gop nominee seems to be softening on his immigration policies as of late. some would say flip flopping. last night, he said law abiding undo you meaned immigrants could
stay in the country. >> hugs and tears today are from a man finally set free from prison 25 years after he was convicted of a crime he didn't commit. a jury convic convicted anthonyt rape and murder back in 1991. thanks to dna evidence a different jury acquitted him yesterday and he walk out of prison. fox 29's bruce gordon spoke to wright on his first full day of freedom. >> reporter: on his first full dave freedom in a quarter century 44 year old tony wright hug the juror who's made it happen. law offices from which attorneys had pleaded the case he stepped to bang of microphones and he can hailed. >> it's been unbelievable 24 hours for me. i'm not used to what's going on. i'm just living in the moment. i'm on cloud nine. >> reporter: wright then 20 years old, was arrested, tried and convicted in the 1991 rape and murder of a 77-year-old nicetown woman. despite what he called phony
confession, wright always professed his innocence even as he sat behind bars. >> i laid in bed and cried myself to sleep so many nights, man, you know, at one time i was lost soul, you know what i mean, i was just hoping somebody, anybody would listen. >> reporter: several years ago, dna evidence proved wright did not commit the crime. but the district attorney seth williams demanded the case be retried. jurors took less than two hours to find him not guilty. or more accurately, innocent. >> i felt wonderful. it was, um, humbling, it really was, and it was a privilege to read those words, not guilty. >> reporter: with his long suffering parents watching, wright was asked if he held a grudge against the legal system that stole so much of his life. >> i worship a merciful god f he for gives people who am i to hold a grudge against somebody? i don't do that, man. >> reporter: afterward those involved in the case mingled, not wanting to let this moment end. wright held his granddaughter in his arms, hugged his son.
i found his father now living in florida. he wants tony to pay him a vis visit. >> and i asked him if it was okay if i held his hand while we walked down the beach? and he said, dad, you can do whatever you want. i love you. >> reporter: that dna evidence point to do a now deceased career criminal as the actual rapist and killer in that nicetown case. statement from the district attorney's office defends retrying wright rather than simply releasing him in the face of that new evidence. the jurors we talked to made clear they felt the retrial was a waste of taxpayer money. in the newsroom i'm bruce gordon fox 29 news. tony wright has quite the story to tell he's going to be here tomorrow and talking to alex holley and mike jerrick we're live all morning on fox 29 starting at 4:00 a.m. veterans will soon have very valuable bikes back in their hands. philadelphia tinicum township police have nabbed the person who stole custom bicycles for the wounded warrior project. 48-year-old roy bowman faces theft charges. police say they found four of nine bikes that were inside a
u-haul truck. someone stole that truck earlier this month and parked near the airport. they say some of those bikes wound up with bowman. ♪ they look lick just guy on bike but local police say he's racing away from one of his latest victims. when investigators say he's doing to women as they walk down the street. and claims a local towing company is tricking drivers to get their money. >> could george just give me a call so i can figure out what's going on? >> no comment! >> our jeff cole goes looking for answers watch drivers say that towing company is doing that even has the mayor calling for action. they were creeped out after catching a guy peering into windows but he doesn't stop there. what police are warning could now be missing from their bedrooms. this little guy with big mission. he's only five years old, but he's got big dreams of helping others. why he saved his allowance to give back to local police department.
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man's act to save his neighbor's live lands him in jail. you can see the evidence still on the south philadelphia street bullet holes and police tape after a drive by shooting a good samaritan says that he saw a car drive up and open fire on his neighbor then take off. >> he raced the victim to the hospital but what happened next has left him just stunned. only on fox he spoke to our dave schratwieser who is live at police headquarters. dave? >> reporter: lucy, this 39-year-old old city businessman
says he was simply trying to do just that, help his neighbor after he got shot raced him to the hospital, stayed around to be a witness for police, and ended up in a jail cell. tonight, he wants to know why. >> i just really like upsetting for me because i feel like humiliated. >> reporter: he doesn't want to be identified but he works six days a week in a popular old city establishment. last saturday night he headed home from work, parking his truck on the block where he lives in south philadelphia. suddenly, he saw something he'd never seen before. >> and then pop, pop, pop, pop. i saw a car shoot at the guy. that's a guy i know. he's my neighbor. >> reporter: stunned by the shooting of his neighbor, he got out to help. >> just tell me to bring me to hospital. >> reporter: could be samaritan put the man in his truck and raced him to methodist hospital. he was bleeding heavily. he yelled for help. firefighter who's were there and doctors quickly took the wounded man inside. >> trying to be nice guy, help
my neighbor. >> reporter: police arrived quickly first they thanke thankm for being a good samaritan but questioned them about the shooting. he says he told them exactly what he saw. >> i told everything. >> reporter: you were totally cooperative? >> yes. i stay there. i'm not going anywhere. >> reporter: few minutes later police handcuffed him, placed him in squad car and took him to south detectives where he was placed in a cell for three hou hours. >> i broke down. yeah. i broke down. i keep asking the police officer, why? why they have to do this? >> reporter: short time later he was finally released. upset by the actions of police, he now says he has second thoughts about what he might do the next time he witness as crime. >> i probably just quiet. >> reporter: you'll think twice? >> i'm going to think twice. you treat me like criminal. >> reporter: now the shooting victim is recovering from those gunshots. the gunman is still on the loose. our good samaritan tells us he
has no prior record, not even a speeding ticket, he says he just wants to know why this happened. philadelphia police tell me tonight they're looking into it. lucy. >> all right, thank you very much, dave. tonight police are searching for a sexual offender targeting women in south philadelphia. he has struck over and over again this month. police say all of the assaults have number of things in common. cops say he's on bicycle, rides up from behind on women who are wearing dresses. gropes them then rides off. detectives say everyone should be cautious. >> you shall always be around of your surroundings. you shall always keep, you know, make sure you know who's around you and what's going on to the best you can. try to stay on a heavily traveled street, if possible. try to walk under the light, you know, take all reasonable precautions like that. >> if you have any information, or if this has happened to you, please give police a call. vice-president joe biden says the up s will not extradite fethullah gulen the muslim cleric turkey's claim is behind
last month's military coo. biden says president obama cannot occur sum vent turkish courts on the matter. it would be a impeachable offense. turkey launches an operation to clear isis militants and stop curds from further planning in northern syria. >> nearly three weeks after a railing gave way at the bb and t pavilion in camden we have learned that more than a dozen of the fans who fell several feet are now taking action. their lawsuit claims the accident could have, should have been prevented. fox 29's dawn timmeney explains. >> reporter: cell phone video shows what start thed out as a fun night earlier this name with snoop dog and wiz khalifa at the bbt pavilion quickly turned to chaos. >> everybody bleep, bring your bleep down here! >> reporter: moments afternoon dog calls the fans on the lawn to come on down, you can see a railing collapsing sending
dozens of people crashing some 6 feet to the settlement below. >> the majority of people fell head first. that could have been absolutely catastrophic. >> reporter: victims reported being trapped with people on top of them. the railing smashing into fans heads. some say they were knocked unconscious. >> within the crowd of people that fell, there's a broken back, broken legs, torn achilleas, torn ligaments and tendons, and devastating injuries. i believe there's six concussions amongst the group. >> reporter: 42 people in all were hurt. today attorneys representing 17 of them announced a lawsuit against the promotor, live nation. >> after this disaster, live nation said that they are tal talking to structural engineers to determine what happened. that is far too little, far too late. >> reporter: attorneys for the victims say this was totally preventible. >> they had an obviously inadequate railing directly on top of a 6-foot drop on to a
concrete moot. >> reporter: performers snoop dog and wiz khalifa are also being sued for failure to protect the audience and employees from harm. >> they have a responsibility to their fans, um, number one, to make sure that their stages are located in safe areas and number two, not to encourage and command their patrons and their fans to press down into an area which isn't protected. >> reporter: that railing was replaced less than 24 hours later and a barricade put up so fans can't push forward. i reached out to live nation regarding the lawsuits. the company said it has no comment. dawn timmeney, fox 29 news. donkeys are leaving town. the dnc decorations that were seen all over the city were lowed up on trailers today. so they'll head back to warehouse in montgomeryville where they'll get tlc before being sent back to their home states and territories.
police arrested this couple, threw them in jail, accused them of threatening children on their block with a hammer and a wrench. who they say they were protecting. a cop driving down the highway sees flashing lights behind him. it turns out it was an imposter. what happened when the real officer gave chase. it was one mazing moment for baseball player. he hit a grand slam to put his team op top. what he realized as he left the stadium, well, it's kind of ruined that whole big moment. ♪ now, with tomorrow's traffic, here's bob kelly. >> good evening, everybody. get ready for your work crews coming our way tomorrow. they'll be working westbound on the schuylkill expressway starting at city out to gulph mills. 9:00 o'clock is the time to be. so getting out of town will be a little rough. you'll have to use the blue route to get out towards conshohocken f you're coming in from new jersey, keep in mind, that new traffic pattern at the walt whitman bridge the three center lanes of the toll plaza are all blocked.
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through. >> that is a bleep tornado. yeah, most definitely a tornado. >> tornadoes tour a part apartment buildings and crops and farmland. thousands of people also lot of power. you can see some of the destruction right here. one tornado in kokomo touched down 40 miles north of indianapolis at an apartment complex in that town falling tree limbs and air-conditioners damaged about two dozen cars much the damage is so bad, officials declared a state of emergency. no serious injuries reported though. one person is dead, another 18 hurt after militants tacked the american university of afghanistan today. eyewitnesses say they heard gunshots and then a blast. the campus capitol city of kabul. it's not clear how many attackers opened fire on the school, police say they are trying to track down the terrorists behind that attack. in connecticut police are on the heels of a peeping tom who turned creepy up a little knowledge. >> not only has the been been peering through windows in some cases he's breaking in and
stealing underwear. several neighborhoods reported seeing someone peeking into their windows. police think the same person is breaking into homes and taking people's lingerie. the local neighborhood watch is now sending out warnings for people to not only stay vigilant but check for missing underwear or see if patio furniture has been moved near windows. police say what this peeping tom is doing can lead to far more serious crimes. >> come from a background of working in the criminal justice system. i was a correction officer for 21 years. i dealt enough with some sick people, and these are behaviors that you certainly got great concern about. >> this is the second time peeping tom targeted this neighborhood. claims a local towing company is tricking drivers to get their money. our jeff cole goes looking for answers. what drivers say that towing company is doing that even has the mayor calling for act. and scott williams tracking your forecast. >> that's right, iain. our temperatures are heating up but also things in the tropics getting pretty active. coming up we'll talk much more
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♪ we just got update on breaking news out of camden. the eight-year-old girl shot by a stray bullet is in critical condition at cooper university hospital. police say she was shot in the head. the gunfire erupted just before 9:00 tonight near the intersection of south eighth street and spruce. police are reviewing video. they hope can help them catch the gunman. tonight allegations predatory towing in steve brotherly love. one man claims to have captured
it all on tape and in all has drivers and the mayor steamed. >> fox 29 has learned the police department's major crimes unit is investigating. our jeff cole explains. >> reporter: july 1st about 8:00 p.m. and adam, pulls up along south broad near alter and parks. >> i double checked, um, to make sure it was legal forme to be there. >> reporter: up and down the street no sign that is said no parking. >> right. >> reporter: he breaks for practice with rock band and stunned to fine the george smith towing company has his car on the hook. he takes a seat. >> i sat on it. >> reporter: you sat on your car. >> i just sat on it and told him we weren't going anywhere until the police showed up to verify that they were actually a loud to tow the car. >> reporter: he's not alone with his concerns about alleged predatory towing in philly. >> he's moving this truck they parked there so they can now tow the bleep mercedes behind it.
>> reporter: south philly resident became so angry from what he was watching from his apartment several floors up he recorded. george smith towing was placing vehicles to make it appear it was legal to park there then towing motorists cars away. in sometimes a no parking sign stuck in bucket would be down when motorists parked and back up when their vehicles were being hauled off. >> calls for george smith loo looking to getting answers about the towed fraud situation. >> the long time city towing company had very little to say. >> no comment! >> i can figure out what was going on on south broad. >> no comment? >> did you have contracted to -- >> no comment! good waste your time, my man. >> mayor kenney is talking. >> these are basically car pirates who go out and steal people's cars off the street and they've been doing it for while. >> reporter: the mayor says he's going after george smith's license. >> i know we're going to be moving hopefully to pull that license of that company and let them go back in and fight to get
the right to do business in the city. >> reporter: as for adam, his sit in work. his car was freed and he stood up. >> this is a simple scam. you know, of, you know, make it -- make it seat seem like you're allowed to park there and then they tow it away. >> reporter: city codes say cars may not block entrances but towers have to have a clear sign at the entrance. and two motorists who say their cars were towed when there was no sign around now say that they may sue. in the newsroom jeff cole, fox 29 news. camden county police release new video that shows a person of interest in the homicide. someone shot brett moss along the streets of camden on august 16th. he died a short time later at cooper university hospital. police say this surveillance video the video that you saw shows a man who may have information about the murder. if you recognize him, call the police. and police are on the hunt for whoever shot and killed a man inside a west philadelphia home. they say just past midnight this
morning a man broke through the second floor window his ex-girlfriend's home. the 22-year-old and the woman had children together. police say he fought with her and her new boyfriend then the new boyfriend shot him in the chest and ran off. the children were home during the whole thing. saw it all. they're not hurt at least not physically. >> a lehigh county charter school ceo is resigning after the appearance of questionable flyers promoting the school. the ce older of innovative arts academy charter school said she has nothing to do with the mailer we first showed you on monday but says she's stepping down because of the controversy. the mailer mention as drug arrest a nearby public high school and says why worry about this type of student at school. the charter school says the flyer was not authorized and is planning litigation once it finds out who paid for it. petrillo will remain on the job temporarily as school opens for the semester.
off duty officer end up making arrest in georgia. >> investigators say the guy he arrested was posing as a cop. authorities say an off duty east point officer saw someone driving on an interstate with flashing blue lights speeding when he took a closer look something wasn't right. it wasn't a police car. so the officer called 911. reported what he saw. it turns out the man behind the wheel was 21-year-old dion collier, and he's no cop. but he was armed and point add gun at the officer. then stopped his car and confronted the real police officer. >> the offender came out of the vehicle and approached his car, approaching him with firearm still in his hand. that's when he exited the vehicle. produced his firearm. identified himself and the individual, you know, submitted to his commands. >> police found a loaded glock bullets and flashing strobe light in caloyer's car. he's now in jail. take a good look. this woman accused of attac attg
her husband with pair of scissors watch he took out of the fridge that shark the attack. >> police arrested this couple, threw them in jail, accused them of threatening children on their block with hammer an wrench. who they say they were protecting. it was one amazing moment for baseball player he hits a grand slam to put his team on top. what he realized as he left the stadium that kind of ruined the moment. fans of music legend prince will soon get into a glimpse into his personal life. his paisley park compound will open as museum this fall. tourists in minnesota will get to see the mape floor of the estate including prince's mixing and recording studios. also included on the tour prince's loathes and awards, rehearsal room and the concert hall where he row herred for tours. prince's friend collaborator and one-time love sheila e will be on the show. we're live all morning on fox 29 be on the show. we're live all morning on fox 29 starting at 4:00 a.m.
tracy lee griffin did. they say she stabbed her husband with a pair of scissors in his neck, his chest and his head after she noticed he drank one of her beers. it all happened in north union township about 60 miles south of pittsburgh. this isn't her fight. she reportedly got into another fight three years ago over barbecue sauce. griffin's husband going to be okay. in your money tonight new plan that could breathe new life into atlantic city's revel casino and hotel. the empty building could be turned in a time share. fantasy resorts reporting in negotiations to lease some space in the hotel to use as time share units. revel owner glenn straub brought the property at a bank cup of runt see and he's committed to reopening it in some fashion. straub says there have been bureaucratic challenges to opening the doors to the public. they used to be all over the nation's highways. pretty soon howard johnson restaurants could vanish from the landscape. next to the last okay which is in maine closes in two weeks.
that leaves just one in lake george, new york. the first howard johnson's restaurant opened in 1925. wow! >> an illinois baseball player had one major moment on the field he won't soon forget. >> both for the hit and what happened neck. brandon thomas the center fielder for the gay way grizzlies in illinois. team was down he could three to nothing in the second. he hits grand slam to give the team a lead. the ball smashes out of the stadium and smashes a truck's windows and as luck could have that truck is brandon'. >> when i hit i knew i got it. i didn't know whether it would be fair or foul. it stayed fair enough. it wasn't a little crack down here. that's pretty -- pretty good damage. >> besides the damage and the homerun, brandon's team went on to win the game 17-six. this little guy has a big mission. he's only five years old but he's got big dreams of helping others what he did with his
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friend was going to physically bully her. the couple accused of of taking matters into their own hands yelling at the girls and threatening them with the tools. police say people passing by helped separate them all. >> apparently, two girls used to be friends. another girl got in the middle of them and that's what the argument is over. so after school, the girl madison walks home and tells her dad matthew watkins these girls are stalking me, cupping to beat me up. >> the couple is out of jail on $5,000 bail each. a five-year-old from winslow township, new jersey, had a special mission for his local community. he saved up his allowance to buy his local police department lunch. >> and that was just the beginning. fox 29's karen hepp has this inspiring story. >> reporter: what are you coming here for today? >> kindness day. >> it's kindness day. >> um-hmm. >> you're really special. >> reporter: proudly sporting his police officer shirt and enormous grin, five-year-old william everett they call him
bubba wrote his heroes at the winslow township lunch today paid for from his own allowance money. >> i helped feed the ducks and the chickens. >> he work at his chores so he can spread the cheer. check out the spread the whole department dug in hungry and impressed. >> he wants to be police officer and we look forward to that type of people that want to fill our spots when we retire. >> reporter: why not start at the top. he got to sit in the chief's chair and given all kinds of cool gadgets. >> we gave him real badge we have and we'll make him rea read today, too. >> i'm over the moon proud. i'm fighting tears. i'm like so excited for him. >> reporter: lunch at the department was just the beginning of his kinds nestor. next he's bringing school supplies to needy children and toys and food for animals at a local shelter. how about that for ride home? sometimes life is so beyond your expectations you have to turn around and look check out, yup n really did happen.
high five, mom. >> how about that for the end of the day of kindness. absolutely amazing just from one little boy to spread so far and then to get this escort home in the police vehicle, that's a perfect 10 for him. from winslow, i'm karen hepp, fox 29 news. all right. let's get a check of what's on your radar tonight. here's scott williams. >> hi there, iain. we've had nice stretch of comfortable weather. temperatures actually several degrees below average. but get ready for the heat pump to make a return toward the delaware valley. we're dry and quiet as we look at ultimate doppler, but look off to the west. sections of ohio, also, 92 indiana, a massive tornado outbreak earlier today. multiple reports of tornadoes and damage across the fort wayne area also just north of indianapolis. that activity kind of dying out but look at our current scenar scenario. 75 degrees the humidity is on the increase 62%. look at the winds out of the south, so that will allow for
the dew points to climb and also the feels like temperatures in the coming days to really sore around 100 degrees. but temperatures right now once again not that bad. it's 70 in dover. we're looking at 72 pottstown. 60s right now in the pocono mountains but look at the stretch we've had. 83 on monday. 83 on tuesday. today's high temperature in philadelphia 86. by tomorrow, high temperatures nearing 90 degrees but once again feels like temperatures tomorrow in the low 90s. so planning out your day we're looking at a mixture of sun and clouds. by lunch low 80s. 89 degrees should be the afternoon high. but watch the future feels like temperatures by 4:00 o'clock tomorrow feeling like 93 philadelphia. 92 as we move toward the wilmington and philadelphia areas. and then watch what happens as we advance the clock ahead to your friday. yes, by 2:00 o'clock, look at the current feels like temperatures or the future feels like temperatures i should say 102 millville friday.
102 in dover and look at what it will feel like in philadelphia the triple digits. so the heat making a big come back. the tropics also heating up. we have gaston. we also have the potential for hermine looking very poorly organized today, but it still has the potential to flare up, move north of puerto rico and eventually move toward the bahamas and also south florida. look at the latest computer forecast models and you can see taking it off to the north and west. eventually moving it back toward the us mainland. so down the shore, we're looking pretty good for tomorrow. temperatures top out low 80s. 87 degrees a land by friday. low rainfall chances. forecast for us tonight upper 60s in the city. that humidity starts to increase and then tomorrow's high temperature near 90 degrees. you'll note the increase in the humidity. look at the seven day forecast. back to the 90s friday's high 93 degrees.
saturday 90. 91 on sunday. it looks like our sixth heat wave, sean, of the season in the next several days. back to you. >> scott, josh norman talking real reckless once again jumping right into this nfc rivalry and falling fills they keep falling, but today they finally got up off the mat after bombing the last two games. check out what they were able to do today next in sports.
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♪ i'm no longer that person. now i am the guy that, you know, has to take on new face. has to take on a new mask and be somebody that is always going to be, you know, the standard. >> yeah. that's josh norman really feeling himself. basically said he's the best cornerback in the game. not patrick peterson, notary char sherman himself josh norman much he's been running his mouth all off season and he coming
after sam bradford. he said in bradford made too much money and he can't wait to play him twice year. eagle hearing that chirping but they'll settle it on the field. >> everyone knows sam is our leader. i'm not going to pull a to and get all upset. >> but at the same time sam a my guy. everyone in here loves him. in regards to josh norman everyone is excited to so him plan a new scheme whether it will be very beneficial or at the end of the day it could be detroit mental as well. >> that's what rival teams do. they like to talk trash. they have to go out on the field and back it up. you can say all you want. time and placing to show what you talking about. >> lane will have to wait while to sell it on the field with norman still waiting on a b sample highly doubtful anything will change. johnson will be suspended for the first 10 days. right now he just wants the nfl to make some changes. >> i just want ya'll to lock at the locker on the way outlook at
stuff in the people's lockers none of that is approved. as far as like any help, i think there should be necessarily taken by the nfl to make sure this don't happen for the future to help athletes out, so you know what's safe and not safe. >> to the phils they've been falling quick and it's been ug ugly. they gave up 18 runs in the last two games. only scoring one run. jared eikoff trying to settle think things down again the white sox. need a little run support. hernandez in the third solo shot to left. hernandez batting average up to .297. in the sickth tommy joseph does he the same. solo blast of his own that made it four-two. joseph -- trying to get that dh first base spot. he's really been bawling lately. jared eikoff got it done a strike out. he went six innings giving up two earned runs. the phils end up winning this game moments ago five-three in
the ninth. and of course, jared eikoff, wow. last three games that he's been in they've won. pitched very well. some of these pitchers that looked terrible in the beginning starring that finally come around. >> it's about time. too little too late. >> too little too late. >> i know what your saying. >> for the future. for the future. >> i know. >> let's talk eagles, though. let's talk eagle. we're ready for football. >> we're ready for football. thursday we'll finally get a half up to third but it's all vanillism the all basic. i'm like forget all this. just play two preseason games. let's get to the regular season. >> i know. >> i don't need to so all of this. >> get to the cleveland browns. >> that's game one. >> cleveland browns like -- >> cleveland browns. if we lose to the cleveland browns do we give up all right? we better beat the cleveland browns. >> it's going to be tough. >> i'm just saying. >> you're right. (laughter). >> if we lose to them -- >> we're not. >> that will do it for us here at 10:00. lucy standing by with what's coming in 11:00.
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