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neighbors this one local community are shock and angry after this beautiful little girl was shot by a stray bullet. how the eight year-old is doing right now and what we know about the gun man. i wanted to know, every parent wants to know what happened, you want to know, how did this happen. >> a grieving father is speaking out after his child
is shot and killed. message he hopes brings just advertise for his son. and video is tough to watch but victim is okay local police sergeant standing on the streets, when an suv slams right into him where witness, is next to help catch driver who took off. dry spell may be over for philadelphia sports. >> speak. >> i am speaking. >> i am speaking. >> speak. >> we will tell you about the philadelphia soul in the big championship game tonight. >> you are talking to tie monday. >> yes. >> yes, bark. >> and bark. >> yes. >> speak. >> speak. >> it is national dog taste, and send your pictures with the #fox 29 good day, as we have lauren's dog diamond here, going crazy. >> speak. >> speak. >> we could do this all
morning. this might get us better ratings for the next six hours. thanks for being with us. hi dave warren. >> what was all that work for. >> a little treat. >> a little turkey jerky. >> yes. >> look at her going to work. >> i have done more for bacon. i'm just saying. the weather by numbers today up to number eight, in the bad, not all that great though. humidity had has come back a little bit. you'll feel that way this morning. seventy's, cooler in the poconos. mount pocono at 70. philadelphia at 75. dew points up to 70. feel humidity in the the a air. watch for showers right here north of the turnpike hoff west to east, if it last few hearst right through harrisburg north of lancaster and right now just south of reading. it is no more lightening or rumble of thunder, barrier of heavy rain will come over that interstate of 176 up toward reading and it will continue to move east toward pottstown
and chester county around phoenixville. it will weaken moving in but just a brief downpours. pick up by computer forecast, there it goes, crossing over i-95 at 8:00 in the morning. by 9:00, done with the rain and that is the case for the rest of the the day. only showers, wearing seeing right now and one or two moving through north and western suburbs. seventy-five, dew .70. that is why it feels so humid out there. another heat wave, question mark? could be. that temperature could hit 90 today and could stay there over weekend but look at that in the seven day forecast in a bit. we will look at the roads now heading over to bob. >> i was going to get my car wash yesterday and did not, made a good chose there, extra 20 bucks in my pocket. good morning, everybody. we are looking good. 5:03 on a friday, vine street expressway opened this morning but an accident, on the off ramp to the ben franklin parkway, and it involves a vehicle and one of those street cleaning sweeper trucks there obviously clean up from the construction.
so just off ramp to the parkway block this morning. we're quiet on i-95. lights out, no overhead street lamps as we have seen this week. it looks like somebody flipped the switch on the power grid. be careful to get a different feeling driving south and north through that construction zone. some changes to septa, the buses will relays trolleys through the weekend on both route 11 and 36 and this weekend, it is septa trolley brit, where all of the trolley lines, tonight, through monday will be terminating at 40th and market as they do work in the a actual tunnel is here in center city. so you will use the market frankford line between center city and 40th street and then again keep that in mind for your weekend plans in and out of the downtown. coming toward philly this morning watch out for that new traffic pattern on the walt whitman bridge, three center lanes are block with construction not just for folks coming in for work but for everybody coming back from the shore on sunday, that will
add sometime to your commute back from the shore. chris and lauren, back to you. $6,000 reward being offered in the shooting that critically wounded an eight year-old girl in camden. >> all hand are on deck in search for trigger hand. dave kinchen at cooper university hospital where they are fight to go save that little girl's life, dave. >> reporter: she's in critical condition, still, we're told by friends here at cooper university hospital as officials post a reward for any information leading to a suspect or suspects, friend tell thaws little gabby is fighting to stay alive after getting struck in the head by a stray bullet. she was just riding her bike near her home at eighth and spruce streets in camden wednesday night when it all happen. she was caught in the cross fire of armed suspect aiming for someone else according to camden county police. those police officers have been pounding the pavement going door to door and stopping cars driving by to see if anyone knows anything about the shooting while passing out flyers announcing
the $6,000 reward for tips leading to an arrest, this morning, we are also hearing from a neighbor who says that she ran to gabby's aid right after she was shot. >> i seen the baby and check to see she was breathing and stuff. it is just wrong. it shouldn't have happened. now it is an eight year-old baby. she shouldn't be going through this. >> my daughter has been crying all morning. my son telling me he just hope that he can live to be an old man, why are some kid, going through this. they shouldn't have to be going through this especially because of irresponsible adults. >> reporter: police tell us that the shooting is gang-related which is a new bit of information here, since this case, since we were on it yesterday. investigators also working leads that have come in since the shooting took place and police continue to review surveillance video. we're told that it shows at least part of the shooting incident. back to you chris and lauren. >> dave kinchen, thanks very
much. 5:07. a philadelphia father is pleading for your help to catch the person murdered his son during a violent weekend in the city. >> jenny joyce is live outside police headquarters with more, hi there jenny. >> reporter: father of nasir robinson says he was walking through the neighborhood deli when he was shot dead over the weekend. his family tells us that his death has impacted the entire community, nasir robinson was son, father, friend, involved member of the area, and nasir's family says he was a boxer and dancer. he gave lessons to local children a life cut short saturday morning. police say they were dispatch to the report of the person with a gun, on the 800 block of east hilton street they found nasir robinson lying in the street with the gunshot wound to his head neck and face. the victim was transported to temple university hospital where he died. nasir's father spoke to our bruce gordon yesterday and he is hoping that witnesses come forward to help investigators
catch his son's killer. >> i hope someone can identify the person did this to my child. if they have any information to come forward with it. this person is out there walking the streets. >> reporter: nasir leaves behind a within year-old son and second son just days old. nasir's father says he wants to know what happened to his son he can this is bear to watch the video showing the final moments play out on that surveillance footage, his wife, nasir's step mommies going to take a look to see if they recognize anyone from the area police have not yet release that had surveillance footage and according to police no suspects or motive a at this time, lauren and chris. >> thank you so much. over in west philadelphia crews work throughout the night to fix a water main break on haverford avenue this was the scene at forty-second street shortly after midnight they had to shut down that area to traffic while they made repairs and clean up the mess. officials do not know what
caused the break but they have been under construction. entire city block evacuated over a possible gas leak this was at the 3600 block of g street in kensington. large tanker was leaking chemicals with potential to explode no one was hurt. no evacuations. fire officials do not know what kind of chemical that was, all on the roads. philadelphia police sergeant is incredibly alive, and talking after a car slammed into him in manayunk. fox 29 brought you breaking news yesterday morning and officials released video of the incident. we have to warn you it is tough to watch. it happened at 1:00 a.m. on main street, five five-year old joseph kaine junior was talking to an office shore was making a traffic stop and then a car coming into that view and that sergeant is suddenly out of the frame. the car hit him so hard it hit him fifth 15 feet away and the driver just kept going. tow truck driver spotted the driver, tipped off police and then they track him down and
and arrested him. >> thank god that tow truck driver was in that area where it will be provided over police radio and able to be leather enough to know that was the vehicle and being able to flag down a police officer and stopped this individual before it hurts someone else. police arrested this guy 21 year-old colin murphy of schwanksville facing charges looking dui, the officer is in the hospital in stable condition. 5:10. authorities in new castle county of released identity of the with hand died after falling at a zip lining course. state police say 59 year-old tina werner of felt on died yesterday after she fell 35 feet from the top of the platform. investigators say she was waiting to go go the zip line at go ape forest at lums state park and she died at the hospital. woman completed training and instructing her to stay harnessed into a safety system but quote participant witnesses have stated that at the time of the accident the
participant had unfortunately disconnect herself from the safety system. they say that their thoughts are with the victim's friend and family. concern is brewing in one burlington county area over quality of the town's water. >> that is right, officials in the community are hoping to come together for some answers. sabina kuriakose has that story. >> this is coming out of our faucet. >> reporter: this was at the family home last week. >> it was dark brown and it was disgusting. >> reporter: ers this, many showed us how mom has been making him skip the tap for filtered fridge. people in maple shade are not too pleased with the mess, making you the clear at tonight's council meeting. >> why is it blocking my faucets. >> residents say discoloration has been happening on and off for years. officials telling fox 29 last week that it is all as a result of sediment in the aging pipes and it is harmless but yet at tonight's meeting
answers, were not crystal clear. council members admitting they just could not know. >> we will get to the bottom of it. we will find out what it is. >> reporter: township utility engineer thinks it may be rusty cast iron pipes amonger reasons. the licensed water contractor promises that the the water is safe to drink. at the family home the brown stuff is mostly gone for now not the questions. >> what are my children drinking. >> well, i think it is no the good for you. >> reporter: sabina kuriakose, fox 29 news. >> 5:12. makers of the epi-pen are not budging on the price what they are doing to help customers afford the life saving drug. 5:12. in new york city they are paying tribute to italy after devastating earthquake earlier this week killed hundreds of people how big apple is showing support for the victim.
live look at the radar shows one shower we are keeping an eye on in southern berks county and continuing to move east. it is just north of the turnpike not as intense as it wasness lancaster county around harrisburg but still a brief downpour expected, if you are right along 422 or just north of the turnpike, this is in northern chester county and upper bucks or montgomery around pottstown. so a brief shower here in the next hour, continuing to move east. they could hold together as it moves through montgomery, bucks county and delaware
county. this is by 6:00 this morning weakening moving over i-95. just a few light showers possible. it is through the area by 9:00. then we're done with the rain. things will clear out. humidity will start to tropical later today. a few showers developing off the coast as that cooler air comes in and dryer air from the north. mid 07's right now heading for 90's. we could touch 90. that could be another heat wave with the question hashing. it looks like it will be three days at least but we're right about 90 for a high temperature. net is that humidity is high today but we are seeing a little break for tomorrow. bit more humid. a few early showers. that heat wave today even though humidity drops tomorrow. watching tropics, gaston is out in the ocean but over caribbean watching a storm that could impact part of the golden states and maybe near florida over the next five days. we are keeping a close eye as that continues to develop. there are the 90's, one, two, three, then 89 monday. tuesday we are showers back in
the forecast, associated with scattered showers tuesday and wednesday, and then by thursday it will get cooler, bit more comfortable as that rain clears out. hot weekend there, bob kelly. >> hot, hot, hot. 5:17. tgif. we are off to a good start. do you think you are having a bad start to the day? look at this fellow on the vine expressway. either out of gas or whatever, disable here, just hopefully we will get a penndot arrow truck behind him here before he gets smacked from behind. this is the vine street expressway right at the broad street on ramp there and these early hours where folks sometimes are not paying attention, waiting for a tow truck, it looks like a cab actually. on the ben franklin bridge looking good into downtown philadelphia. in problems at the moment. yo, nova we have construction, coming our way, beginning today through december. they are building that big new parking garage out there. they will have route 30 lancaster avenue down to one lane the at times right at
route 320, spring mill road at that traffic light there all the waste down through the campus. keep that in mind rolling through campus. if you use paoli thorndale, grab yourself a new schedule because it is a new timetable takes place on the paoli line they have mad adjustments for machine line up. we have talk about this earlier, septa said they will put supplemental bus service on the select regional rail lines to help out with the crowding, it doesn't begin until the day after labor day but these are the four lines that will have buses and their specific times for both morning and afternoon. i will put link up on our facebook, twitter and web site to grab that later today. chris and lauren back to you. a fire at a manufacturing plant in edgemore, delaware has sent three fire fighters and that includes a teen to the hospital. skies fox over the scene yesterday at iko manufacturing on hey road, paramedics tell us all injuries are heat-related, 134 year-old
fire tighter in critical condition. two others in stable condition, authorities say welding started this fire. charges are expected to be filed begins a man accused of killing an east tennessee police officer. police say this man 44 year-old brian keith stale inn shot and killed him yesterday afternoon. police have not released the name yet. they say officers responded to a domestic call about a person with the gun. after they secured his father, the victim in the incident, stalen opened fire the on the officers hitting the deceased officer in the neck killing him. authorities in mississippi say motive is unclear in the death of the two catholic nuns found dead inside their home. officers found 29 women on thursday after they failed to report to work that day. medical examiners are also looking for a cause of death, so far, we know they were not shot, both of the victims were nurse practitioners, one was a member of the sister of charity in kentucky. the other was a member of the
the st. francis in milwaukee. a tribute in, no. world trade center was lit up in the colors of the italian flag, green, white and red to honor those lost their lives and to show fourth for survivors. wednesday's earthquake killed at least 250 feel in amatrice and nearby towns. after shocks continue to act and despair and anxiety there. rescue crews are using dogs to sniff through the ruble hoping to find survivors. they are not giving up hope that more people may be trapped underneath. more than 200 people have been pulled alive from the rub until just the past two days. back here in the u.s. and central indiana people are recovering after a series of tornado ripped right through that region. >> lets lot at damage the storms did this major damage to the star bucks in indian, leveled by the tornado wednesday. just one of the dozen of tornadoes to hit the state. indiana governor and republican vice-presidential nominee mike pence toured his state and all that destruction. the national weather service is reporting a massive super
cell then are storm produced at least eight tornadoes with wind up to 165 miles an hour. authorities say the storm injured a dozen people. in your monday think morning cot that makes allergy treatment drug epi-pen responding to chris is is many but not by lowering their prices. mylan will offer coupons covering up to three hub dollars for patients and health plans that have very high out of pocket cost for life saving treatment. >> the company has hike prices for epi-pen as frequently as three times a year over the past nine years. you do the math. that is like 27 increases. the current list price for a two pack is more than 600 bucks. people with severe allergies can use the epi-pen to prevent a fatal reaction. you have to have it. >> absolutely. >> you have to pay for it too. >> especially going pack to school prints to have get it for their kids to leave at school, because some of the kid have peanut allergies and everything else. >> yeah, yeah. >> so some college students
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controversial guidelines, okay. student group has put out a list of words that they think people should not be using at the university. >> fox's brett ramon explains. >> reporter: incoming freshman brandon williford is excited to be out of the high school and more inn at milwaukee. but list of word some deem offensive has this student questioning a relatively new campus guideline. >> i feel like it is censorship. >> reporter: last year their inclusive excellence center debuted its just word campaign bringing attention to words and phrasing like retarded, crazy, that some might find hurtful. >> we are not saying you cannot say those word but we just said some can be construed as micro aggression. >> reporter: thinks the senior affairs officer at uwm and says just words is merely a suggestion not censorship. >> we are this is doing that at all. as a matter of fact we are trying to improve our have open dialogue. >> reporter: also on the list ghetto, nazi, inn politically
correct. >> someone may take offense, i'm not being p.c., i am just being me. >> reporter: we reached out to the center for inclusive excellence, group funded by student fees for an interview, ironically a spokes would hen had two words for fox six: no comment. >> i don't find any of them offensive. i think use of them is all about who you are with. >> reporter: while the group claims some might consider illegal alien an overt, latin o bias or lame, ridiculing amputees, so say it is the society being overly sensitive a lot of peoples feelings are getting hurt, and for anything. >> someone calls you ghetto they house be crazy. >> why would someone say that. >> that was fox's brett ramone reporting. >> there are some word that i do think should be banned though. >> there are definitely word that cause for people being hurt, but then invariably there will be new word that replace these words that would be insensitive and inappropriate and it just
keeps going on and on and on. >> so true. >> jennifer joyce is following a developing story for us thon friday morning. jennifer, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, chris. a 21 year-old man was killed over the weekend. his father is speaking out. what he wants you to know about his son coming up.
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neighbors shocked and angry after this beautiful little girl is shot. how she's doing right now and what we know about a gun hand. father is pleading for your help to catch the person who murdered his son. cash reward for information leading to an arrest. saying good bye to chooch, the phillies trade another star away from the 2008 world championship phillies team. we have the details. good day, everybody. it is friday august 26th, 2016. what is his nickname again. >> chooch. >> carlos ruiz. >> got it. >> going to the dodgers. another philly, going to the dodgers. so he will go there and join chase utley, j roll went there too. i think he is out of baseball. he went from the dodgers to the white. ox and i think he is in the playing anymore. 5:30 is the time. 75 degrees. noticeably more humid. >> it was sticky. >> yes, despite a national cherry pop sickle day, and also national dog day. so, keep that in mind when you
step outside. it is warm, muggy. seventy's right now. we have a few clouds out there. one or two showers. this is ultimate doppler, that rain sure right there in northern chester county about to move into upper montgomery county. it is moving east, holding together just a bit. there is where it was and that is where it is headed north of the turnpike now into parts of the montgomery county just south of pottstown. it will continue to move south east, it is not nearly as intense but montgomery county, right toward philadelphia, maybe a brief shower as these move through when now and 9:00 . one or two showers maybe later today along the coast but things are drying out tonight and it is, humidity that is dropping. now before that happens, right now bright sunshine and light breeze, leads to a poor air quality. there is a code orange for people, susceptible to poor air quality from across all of new jersey. the air quality is worse right in the middle of the afternoon. so work around that either early or late if you want to be aware of that.
temperatures in the 07's. they are heading to the 90's this afternoon. that could be another heat wave that will start today and continue through the weekend but we have a different type of weather coming n a look at that in the seven day forecast, coming your way, right new we will look at traffic to see what is out there this morning. hi there, bob. good morning, 5:32. tgif, and we have a disable vehicle on the vine street expressway. we have a pep dot arrow truck behind him here, in lights on, maybe has a flat tire out there on this vine street expressway right here near broad street. starting to see volume pop coming in toward philadelphia headlights on the 42 freeway, of course, later on day, on a friday we will all go the other way heading to the shore. remember 2:00 o'clock you want to be up and over that bridge in order to avoid the jammos heading to the beach. after that though pack the snacks and juice boxes, for the kid if you are heading to the shore this weekend. in kensington between erie and venango along kensington avenue watch for a fire location, for the gang in bass river township an accident, just outside of tuckerton here
near mathieson road. hatfield welsh road at squirrel lane watch for a crash. no problems on the northeast extension, it will be a big push for folks heading up to the poconos this weekend. speaking of the weekend make sure you grab a new timetable for the paoli thorndale line, that they kick in a new schedule on this line only on monday. make sure they have a new schedule today so you are good to go for monday, chris and lauren back over to you. $6,000 reward for being offered for information in the shooting that injured a eight year-old in camden. >> police are lag for those involve. dave kinchen has very latest from cooper university hospital where they are fight to go save this girl, dave. >> reporter: doctors are work varying hard to save this girl. still, in critical condition. we have learn from friend her name is gabby an eight year-old in critical condition, while officials post a reward for information leading to a suspect. friends tell thaws little
gabby is fighting to stay alive after getting struck in the head by a stray bullet. she was just riding her bike by neighbors by her home at eighth and spruce streets in camden wednesday night when she was shot, caught in the cross fire of arm suspects aiming for someone else. according to camden county police. since then officers have been pounding the pavement going door to door, stopping cars, to see if anyone knows anything about the shooting while passing out the flyers announcing the $6,000 reward for tips leading to an arrest. this morning we're hearing from a neighbor who says that she ran to gabby's aid right after she was shot. >> gabby do not deserve this. like she was a great little girl, she got straight a's, like, obviously, everybody is her trend, there is more kid out here then adults. >> reporter: when you hear an eight year-old girl get shot in the head in your neighborhood what goes through your mind. >> it is going too far. >> he didn't deserve that at all. she didn't deserve that at
all. >> i have a granddaughter myself that is six years old and she's not allowed outside at night. >> reporter: more new information here, police tell thaws this shoot ago peers to be gang-related, investigators are working lead that have come in since the shooting happened and we're told they will continue to review surveillance video that shows at least part of the shooting incident. back to you, chris and lauren. >> okay, dave kinchen thanks very much. a father is pleading for your help to catch the person who murdered his son during a violent weekend here in philadelphia. >> he wants people to know his son just more than being a murder victim. jennifer joyce live outside police headquarters, hard to hear those word there surviving family members, jennifer? not sure jennifer can hear us or not. that shot is frozen. so we are having technical difficulty. we will get to that sad story and give you an update. meantime at 5:35. police found the family of the
young one wandering a loan in delaware county. >> he is not going back to them just yet. officers found the boy walk near septa train tracks on the macdade boulevard in collindale yesterday morning clearly terribly dangerous. department of youth services took the boy in the custody while investigators figure out what happened. police are crediting a witness who called 911 which helped save the little boy. >> i'm glad that women stepped up and found him and called 911. gave us video footage, look out, which direction he came from, it is a win/win, today. good guys and public won. >> authorities say his uncle was supposed to be watching them but they do in the believe anyone will face charges. this is second boy wandering alone in collindale just this year. say good bye to chooch. phillies trade away another star from the 2008 world series championship team, we will have details straight ahead. giving people options based on their budget is pretty edgy...
whatever. a father is pleading for your help to find the person who murdered his son. >> he says he wants people to know his son, more than just being a murder victim. let's go back to jennifer joyce, good morning to you, jen. >> reporter: good morning. victim's father says his son can be described in two words: humble and respectful. he said he stayed out of trouble and he was very well known in the community, even giving dance lessons, to people, and children. twenty-one year old nasir
robinson was a son, brother and father. he was a boxer and dancer even in talks to go on tour. a life cut short saturday morning. police say they are dispatch to the report of the person with a gun on the 800 block of east hilton street. there they found nasir robinson lying in the street with gunshot wound to his head, neck and face. victim was transported to temple university hospital where he died. nasir's father anthony robinson spoke to bruce gordon yesterday. he said his son was just walking to the neighborhood deli when his life was taken. the robinson says he feels bad that his son didn't get the opportunity to live out his dreams of becoming a professional dancer, and, also feels awful for his two children, both of them under the age of two, they will never know their dad personally. >> he will not see his dad's smile, he will not know his laugh, not personally, or hear bit. we will make sure he hears bit. he will never know the warmth
of my son. my son was a loving, kind, humble, young man. very disrespectful. he was careful when he walks the streets. he knows how it is out there he knows you look at somebody raining they can do something to you. he was humble, respectful and mindful of that. >> reporter: nasir's father says is there surveillance video. he cannot bear to watch it but he is hoping it will help fine his son's killer. is there a $20,000 reward for being offered for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. lauren and chris. >> thank you very much. is there a chance today that the philadelphia could have a championship team. >> so, it is all in the philadelphia soul, the arena football team will take on arizona rattlers tonight in the big game. they have won five arena bowl championship games including two against our team, the soul, only one won and guess when it was, back in 2008, same year phillies won the world series. kick off is tonight at
7:00 o'clock. espn. we are all saying what, chris? >> soul, soul if they win the thing tonight maybe phillies will get super hot and this is lose a game rest have the year and win a world series. >> it could happen. >> emphasis on the word could. >> here's more in sports in one minute. good morning i'm tom sredenschek, chooch is heading west, on thursday phillies traded fan favorite car looks ruiz to the los angeles dodgers. ruiz is part of the phillies organization for 17 years, 11 of them at major league level in philadelphia only three catchers caught more games in the phillies uniform. right reese in his career caught four no hitters. phillies get 35 year-old catcher aj ellis and tommybergjans. ryan matthews and eagles will be in indianapolis to play the colts. lots of people concerned whether math the yous, darren sproles and others can carry the eagles backfield this season. doug pederson isn't concern.
>> i just go back to our days in kansas city when we had jamal charles there and we limited him throughout camp and his touches throughout the regular season. he was a very explosive guy. at the same time we took a couple young players, they got majority of the work after week six. i like where we're at with the running back position. >> that is sports in the minute i'm tom sredenschek. flyers season starts in about 46 days from right now, i think is opening day. they are on the road. a happy birthday to none other than number 17, wayne simmonds. >> nice. >> we will put a picture of wayne up there if you haven't been to a flyers game recently. there he is. he is 28 years old. from canada. started with the kings in los angeles and got traded in 2011. >> he plays hard. i love watching him play. he is tough too. he will knock a guy down steel a puck and put it right in the net. for acceptance into college, went viral you met her, lauren.
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checks, for banning assault weapons, and banning high-capacity ammunition clips. and pat toomey? against an assault weapons ban and against banning high capacity ammo clips like those used in the orlando massacre. listen to pat toomey brag: "i have had a perfect record with the nra." pat toomey gets an "a" from the nra. he's not for you. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. good morning i'm meteorologist dave warren. temperatures are starting off in the mid 07's. warm spot. you will feel that when you step outside. it is mug toy day. that is the case for most of the the day but a change overnight tonight. one thing that will not be around all day thinks area of rape just a tiny shower, that is, moving through harrisburg,
lancaster and into parts of the montgomery county. it is weakened, quite a bit and just north of the turnpike. right toward norristown and right here near plymouth meeting at northeast extension that corridor there where it hits the turnpike. watch out for that. this has been pick up by the computer forecast. it moves through but weakens moving east. it is falling apart as it continues to move east. next hour between 95 and northwestern suburbs, could see a shower. everything is clearing up now overnight tonight and it gets a little bit dryer. it is still hot, but not as humid. less humid tomorrow. it could abe heat wave. third day in a row could be sun take when we touch 90. it will be close. three days right here at 90 degrees. then it the gets cooler on monday. showers and storms tuesday and wednesday. by thursday, mix of sun and cloud and temperatures continue to drop into the mid to low 80's. good morning, bob kelly. >> you got it, shop until you drop.
five will 47. tgif, looking good, nice cool shot of downtown, the sky line here, the construction guy, they have the construction lights halfway up, the new comcast tower there, but the headlights are leaving town, so no problems or delays, major delays on the schuylkill. looking good on the bennie working your way in toward downtown. blue route is looking good for mid county on in. guess what today is? national red pop sickle day. >> come on you got to have a red pop sickle and stick your red tongue out there. post them on facebook and twitter. in pemberton an accident this one an accident popped up here magnolia road at ongs hat road. septa made an announcement that they have been adding supplemental bus service on the selected regional rail lines to ease the crunch. now to the silver liners are still out of service. the bus program doesn't begin for another week, day after labor day and here are the
four lines. we have put a link up on our facebook, twit are and web site so you can long load all of the information. chris and lauren back over to you. boxes, lots of book aches, there ab a few tears for college students and that are ain't. >> it is move in day, right. five universities in our area have designate today, for first year students to set up their dorms, residents halls, unpacking their decorating and this is at west chester university arcadia university, cabrini university, st. joseph's and university of sciences. so when you decorated your dorm room there at furhman, where did you put up there, like pictures of the fonz or whether did you have, charlie's angels, was it tonight night rider posters. >> nothing like that. >> yeah. >> you don't know what you are talking about. >> here's one person who does, rachel grace, we first met her back in april. she was, at north pen high
school. she just moved. i went to college. the world met her when this happened. >> you are accepted into the program. i got in. i am going to college. >> i got in. >> rachel got in. she wanted to go to east stroudsburg university, and it was only school that she applied to and she got in. she will be in the three-year career independent living and learning studies programming. she spoke with the montgomery county down syndrome inclusion conference this week and they let her talk about how her life has been and how it helped her get off to college. here's a little snipit to her speech. >> unaudible. >> the program is excellent. just to fill out a job application, and how to go on a interview and how to handle banking. these skills help me get ready
for my next step which is to go to the career independent living and learning in east stroudsburg university. i'm leaving for college tomorrow. >> applause. >> ah, yah, rachel is off to college. so we will get an update from her and see how exactly things are going but she said she will be there for three years, she hopes to graduate and then she will be off into the world blaze herring trail. >> that is so cool. >> blaze a trail, just a second agricultural ex-holley. >> hello, everyone. >> happy friday. >> i moved diamond to this side so she wouldn't jump up on you. >> hi, diamond. >> diamond looks really snug. >> she will come over to you right now. >> she knows you are new to the party. >> a pooch to bring to the party. >> how cute. >> of course, celebrating, national dog day, all morning
long good send us your picture. >> what is she doing. >> she wants your blanket. >> send in your pictures use the #fox 29 good day. and then we will talk about snoop dog too but that is in the related to national dog day. this is after collapse that happened in a collapse in camden that injured a dozen people at bb and t. so a lawsuit has now been filed. should we take a look at the risk you take when you go to the concert. you pay money. it might say we are not liable, anything can happen, but can you get money for this. look at that a lot of people were injured. natalie portman is on the the show, she will join us live to talk about her new movie, lot of people are extremely excited about this. they say it is very well done. movie is entirely in hebrew. you have to read subtitles. they say this could be the new shindler's list that is how well it is, how good it is. we will talk to her about that. and then it is finally our
school sly drive. we will meet quincy at clementon park in splash world from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. if you donate five new items you can get $15 admission in the park which is how much off, chris. >> it is more than half off, great deal. >> on line price is $42. >> my gosh. >> then you meet quincy harris. can you put a price on that. >> you can't. it will change your life forever. >> wow, lot going on. >> great way to rap up a week. a pitch gets away, what happened that was all caught on camera.
you are taking a live look at olde city, philadelphia. >> it is 5:56. we are marking a special anniversary, it has been a hundred years since national park service has been taking care of the country's most spectacular landscapes and, of course, philadelphia is part of the celebration in olde city yesterday. national park service staff and communities, celebrated with the picnic, games, concert and a whole lot more. >> independent national historical park is within of the special places of the park service and has lots more, i know you know, lots more than just independent hall and the liberty bill. park itself was created by congress, in 1948.
>> park officials also sealed the time capsule not to be opened for 100 years. neighbors in one local community shock, angry after a beautiful little girl was shot by a stray bullet, how the eight year-old is doing right now and what we know about the suspect. plus a father pleading for your
help to catch person who murdered his son, the cash reward for information leading to an arrest. (vo) we went to hollywood to ask
developing for you this morning on this friday a community is in shock a little girl shot by a stray bullet, what we're learning about the victim and the allege gun hand. plus a grieving father speaks out after his child is shot and killed, he has a message he wants to you hear. would you let your family drink this? or even, bath in it since we are looking at a bathtub, yeah, brown water, pouring out of the tap to the local community what officials finally admitted. well, good day everyone it is friday august 26th we have made to it friday, how is everybody feeling. >> feel good. >> i'm feeling a little tired. >> kathy orr goes to the shore but more importantly it is day after what does cot i orr bring back from the shore. >> some fudge. >> fudge, from the fudge kitchen. >> oh, yeah, look at this. everything is all nice, netly