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the new wood fired grill. only at applebee's >> fox ufc fight night sponsored by bud light. raise one to right now. a very emotional demian maia. his ninth submission. the only man who has had more in the octagon. ladies and gentlemen, referee john mccarthy stops this in the very first round. due to submission by a rear naked choke, demian maia! >> all right. i'm here with your winner. an emotional demian maia. damien, you've had a lot of
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wins. where does this stack up? >> right now, i think 16 in a row, this guy is just a former champion. he's a guy that has been knocking out everybody. this is the guy that i watch his fight against robby lawler. in the first line there, many people think he won. i also think -- so for me, he was the champion. come here and be able to put my work, all my respect for him. i knew it would be a hard fight. i'm just so happy that, you know -- i think i earned a title shot. you know, now finally i get the chance to fight for the title. >> and stephen wonder boy thompson is here. he's going to fight next. are you planning to wait or will you want a fight in between? >> no. if he -- if he fight first, i
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wait for the winner of woodley and wonder boy. >> you're a class act a true master. incredible performance. absolutely. [speaking in portuguese]. >> i said, you know, that i -- i'm very glad that there's a lot of brazilians here. more than that, i fight for martial arts and brazilian jiujitsu. brazil is more than a nation. it's a country.
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everybody likes mixed martial arts and i come here to represent that. and i love my kids and my wife. that's it. >> congratulations. incredible performance. demian maia. >> three of four wins coming by rear naked choke. we'll talk to carlos condit. >> i'm here with carlos condit. very disappointed. but you put on some of the most exciting performances in the history of the ufc. everybody wants to know what is next? this can't be it for you. do you plant to return to the octagon and begin another assualt on the welterweight division. >> first off, congratulations to demian. a matter of respect for him as a man and a mixed martial artist. as far as my future, i have no idea. we'll have to see. i'm disappointed tonight. you know, what you going to do? >> you've been an incredible
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sportsman and athlete. one of the most exciting guys in the ufc. thank you so much, carlos. we look forward to your return or what is next. >> ladies and gentlemen, carlos condit. >> fans still love the natural born killer. all right. let's get it back to jon anik, daniel cormier and dominic cruz. >> thanks very much. when a night it has been here for the mma leader as we return to the great white north. let us know re-visit this welterweight main event. d.c., your thoughts. >> up believable by demian maia. he implemented his game plan. he got the take down. he kept position. moved and advanced the position. got the choke early. what he did to carlos condit no one has ever done or looked this impressive against carlos condit. demian maia is right where he should be in the welterweight
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rankings on the cusp of a title shot. he said he's going to wait and he should wait. >> nice job. the winning streak is now six. none more impressive than what you saw here on fox. dominic cruz, your biggest take away. >> i have to go with anthony pettis. the way he fought that fight was incredible a few reasons. he threw the gas tank out and went for the kill. he got gassed, but that showed adversity. he was taking the air out of oliveira early. the fight went on to the third round until finally you can see anthony pettis transition from a single leg defense as oliveira transitioned to the double. he catches the guillotine and choked him out at the end of the round. it showed that anthony pettis is not only still here but submitted oliveira with the kind of black belt skills that he has on the matt. showed a lot to the 145-pound
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division. to anthony pettis, this is something for him that he needed. you saw it. he wasn't shocked that he won but with how the fight went. he has something to prove. >> a massive win. i don't think you can overstate it for the former lightweight champion here tonight. of course, this evening we crowned a welterweight contender. in two weeks, the heavyweight title is on the line in the land. >> on september 10, the heavyweights are coming. new ufc champion stipe moicic defends his title against alistair overeem. former heavyweight champion verdum takes on brown. and the octagon debut of former pro wrestling superstar, c.m. punk. ufc 203, this is big!
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>> all right. that will just about do it for it. for a complete recap of all of the action, we hope you town into the ufc fight night post fight show starting in a few minutes on fs2. coming up next on fox, it's your late local news except on the west coast. thank you all for watching fox ufc fight night. see you in a few minutes on fs2.
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♪ >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10:00. happening right now, a community is struggling to cope with tragic and unthinkable loss. tonight in camden, a community is remembering a beautiful young
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girl killed while playing outside her home. good evening, i'm dawn timmeney. while police continue to look for the gunman who shot eight-year-old gabbie carter, family, friends and neighbors are honoring the bright eyed little girl who loved to sing. fox 29' is that so bean in a kuriakose spoke to the girl's heart broken family and joins us from camden with more. so sad sabina. >> reporter: absolutely, dawn. you can still see people here gathered here still grieving this vigil was to mourn and it was also to call for justice to ask whoever did this or whoever may have information to have a conscience. >> oh, god. >> reporter: mother's pain losing one child while she carries another in her womb. >> my baby is gone and not coming back. >> reporter: the family eight-year-old gabbie carter doesn't want to you turn away. they need to look to help find the man who murdered their tiny singer, their avid reader. gunned down before the wheels of
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her bike could even stop spinning. a bullet to her head on this camden street corner. >> how would you feel if it was yours? this was ours. >> she doesn't deserve that. >> she did not deserve that. >> reporter: gabbie caught fought to live. so hard she held on for two days. camden county police have upped the reward for her killer. $24,000 for the man who made sure this beaming big sister never got to kiss the baby brother she was already bragging about. >> she came to my house that day and said juju i miss you. she said can we play? i said come on, baby. she turned on the tv and we played michael jackson. is he sang her heart out. ♪ >> so tonight, they sang for gabbie. >> ♪
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>> candles flicker along the same spot where it was gabbie who once it will up the block. at the vigil tonight her little sister taught too young sometimes you have to let go. >> and police have said the shoot was gang related but gabbie was not the intended target. authorities have not gotten a lot of cooperation from the community. that's one of the reasons gabbie's family said they wanted to have this vigil and bring people together. if you have any information, you're asked to call camden county police. they are eager to hear from you. dawn? >> sabina the manhunt does continue tonight for gabbie's killer. camden police are handing out flyers, they're combing over the scene doing everything they can to make an arrest in this case. jennifer joyce has that parter of the story. >> she was what beautiful, beautiful young lady. she really was and her mom should be very proud her.
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>> reporter: a sweet innocent life gone. family members say eight-year-old gabbie carter is you come to her injuries two days after she was shot in the head of the hands of unidentified gangsters who missed their intended target according to investigators. since the shooting, camden county police have been glued to the 900 block of south eighth street handing out flyers pressing this camden counsel community to come forward with information. >> it's heartbreaking. not only because of her age but her mom is pregnant and i can't imagine what she's going through. >> reporter: neighbor carolyn says she was home wednesday night when bullets shocked the busy block. after ducking for cover, she peek out the window horrified to see that eight-year-old gabbie who was riding her bike with friends was unable to escape the fast fire. >> when i got up, i looked. her body was halfway in the door
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with her legs coming out. >> i really really really hope somebody comes forward. like it's bigger than you and me. like this is a problem that needs to be solved on a much bigger scale. >> family friend corey says gabbie's mom nine months pregnant is of course devastated and heart broken yet comforted by the growing community support. family and friends say they'll feel relieved when there's arrest in the case. >> she deserves justice. she needs it. i hope she gets it. i pray she gets it because she really doesn't deserve. she lived right there. she was playing up at our house. >> reporter: citizens crime commission increased the reward in this case to $24,000. anyone with any information should give them a call. 215-546-tips (215)546-8477. in camden, jennifer joyce, fox 29 news. family, neighbors and police
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officers coming together for a tearful vigil tonight in pennsauken. they're remembering two-year-old jameel baskerville, jr. boyfriend of the child's mother 24-year-old zachary tri coach beat the child to death according to investigators tri coach actually told the tried to put up his hands and prepare to fight. he's charged with first degree murder. gloucester county medical examiner has determined a cause of death for a couple allegedly killed by their own son. autopsies revealing that 58-year-old edward coles and his wife rose marie died from blunt force trauma to the head. prosecutors charged the couple's son 28-year-old ryan coles with their murders. police say he beat the two early yesterday morning inside their west deptford home. following a medical evaluation, coles was taken to the salem county jail where he's being held on $1 million bail. we are hearing from the heart broken father of a young man gunned down on the streets of kensington. police say someone shot and
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killed 21-year-old nasir bellamy as he walked to deli at the corner of g and hilton last saturday saturday. robinson was an aspiring dancer who loved teaching his moves to neighborhood children. now his father is pleading for help in finding his son's kill killer. >> not for our family, just for his memory but for the general safety of the public at large. this person should not be on the streets with human beings. i mean that human beings. this person is not a human being. this person is a soul less bei being. >> $20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and convict. now on to the fox 29 weather authority. some dangerous conditions down at the jersey shore this weeke weekend. a tropical storm churning in the atlantic ocean has lifeguards warning swimmers about dangerous rip currents in north wildwood and those conditions are expected to last at least one
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more day. for more on the rip tides and the rest of your weekend let's check in with meteorologist mike masco. hey, mike. >> hey, dawn. we're talking about that storm. it's several hundred miles due east of us but, again, churning up the surf allowing for this rip currents -- 9 miles an hour. it's not going to be an impact here in the delaware valley, however, silent impact in the form of those rip currents through the weekend into early next week. and even maybe churning up the surf a little bit. i don't think it's much fanfare so i think you can go out on the boat. but, you know, we might see enhanced tides. otherwise area of high pressure in control. it's really creating delightful weather look at these temperatures into the 70s. low humidity, go west young man to find some really beautiful weather west chester 73 degrees. the poconos are going to go down into the 50s tonight. overnight projections showing right around 70 in town but north and west into the lehigh valley that's where low 60 60s d how about some upper 50's. here's what i'm working on.
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we'll talk more about the tropics because not only is there a system in the atlantic but maybe a system in the gulf of mexico. how about a fall feel for labor day. could be into the 70s for labor day weekend. we'll talk more about that coming up in just a little bit. dawn? >> all right. police in ewing township, new jersey, need your help finding this man they say he robbed and assault add worker at the hess gas station along prince avenue earlier this week. vest gathers say the worker was beaten so badly that he was bleeding from the face and had to go to local hospital. store surveillance captured this image of the guy police are looking for tonight. if you know who he is, ewing police want to hear from you. in 2016 you decide donald trump is trying to clear up any confusion about his immigration policy. meanwhile hillary clinton got some good news today after attending her first security briefing. fox's peter doocy has the latest for us tonight from the campaign trail. >> reporter: donald trump is kicking off the weekend at the annual roast and ride veterans bikers event in iowa and he
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isn't mincing words. >> hillary clinton thinks she's entitled to be president. her criminal conduct at home and her failed interventions overseas simply make her unfit. she's unfit to serve in the oval office. >> reporter: trump is working hard to clear up any confusion about his immigration policy after critics implied it might be soften. >> on day one, i'm going to begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country. >> reporter: trump stirring up controversy on twitter after the murder of nba star dwayne wade' cousin he tweeted "dwayne wades cousin was shot and killed walking her babies in chicago. just what i was saying, african-americans will vote trump. inter cities are dangerous and they need someone to clean things up. hillary clinton spent saturday morning getting her first
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national security briefing as her party's nominees. trump had his first briefing earlier this month. clinton campaign got new news from the state department. all her meeting of secretary of state won't be released until december well after the leck. this come as her campaign is trying to get back on message attacking donald trump. releasing this new tv ad. >> you can't make america great again if you don't make things in america. >> reporter: we are now less than one month away from the first debate when trump and clinton will face off on the same stage for the first time. in dismiss, iowin desmoines iowy fox news. nfl teams are putting the finishing touches on their rosters as they prepare for another season but one quarterback is under fire for what he didn't do during last night's came.
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for senate, a clear difference. katie mcginty: for background 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. ♪ a woman pushing a stroller was shot to death in chicago. it all happened yesterday near a school where she intended to register her children. the woman was a cousin of nba
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super star dwayne wade. police say two gunmen walked and fired shots at another man but hit her in the head and arm. fox's bryan llenas has the very latest and why this shooting is much part of a much bigger problem. >> there is a perception going on in chicago. >> reporter: strong emotion saturday at a prayer vigil for 32-year-old in kia aldrich killed friday afternoon as she was pushing her newborn in stroller. >> wasn't bothering nobody. going to register her kids in school and bullets fly around haven't no name decided to find its way to her head. >> reporter: aldrich avenue mother of four was the cousin of nba dwayne wade. this week wade was part of an eespn special on violence if chicago. >> this is something that didn't start today. it won't end tomorrow. but this is something we can start conversation. we can start the word today and hopefully eventually we can stop it. >> according to the chicago tribune there have been 455
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homicides in chicago this year. compare that to the 490 murders in chicago in the whole of 2015. >> our children are leaving in fear! how do you go to school and get an education when you're afraid to go to school and praying you get home from school alive? >> reporter: the events in chicago are already having a ripple effect through the presidential campaign. saturday morning donald trump was criticized for tweeting about the murder while in the same tweets saying african-americans would be voting for him. but at a rally later in the day, his comments were more subdued. >> this shouldn't happen in america. so we send our thoughts and prayers to the family and we also promise to fight for a much, much, better tomorrow. report roar police say aldrich was not the intented target of the shooting. her baby was not hurt and is being cared for by family members. in new york, bryan llenas,
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fox news. authorities in mississippi make arrest in the murder of two nuns. 46-year-old rodney sanders is charged with killing sisters margaret held and paula merrill. officers found the two nuns dead in their home in the town of durant thursday morning. police have not row leased the cause of death of the reverend who oversees the church the nuns attended says they were stabbed to death. authorities have not specified a possible motive but they say there were signs of a break in at the nuns home. the us government wants to make sure the zika virus does not spread any further than it already has. we know about the cases in florida, but now the obama administration is treating the zika virus as a nationwide health threat. fox's garrett tenney has more from washington. >> reporter: there's a lot we still don't know about the zika virus including the long-term consequences for those who were infected especially how the virus can be transferred and spread. mosquitoes are still the largest threat to worry about health
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officials are now concerned the nation's blood supply could become tainted as well. the food and drug administration wants blood banks across the country to begin testing blood donations for zika. the concern is that because the virus typically does not cause any symptoms, someone whose infected could unknowingly transmit it by donating blood which in turn could then be given to a pregnant woman and cause severe damage to her unborn child. this new recommendation comes a mid a growing number of infections nationwide. more than 2,000 cases have been reported including 584 pregnant women. here in washington, though, the fight against zika has become a major political football in his weekly address president obama again blamed republicans for not passing legislation to help fund the fight. >> every day that republican leaders in congress wait to do their job, every day our experts have to wait to get the resources they need and that has real life consequences. it means weaker mosquito control
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efforts, longer wait times to get diagnostic results and delayed vaccines and puts more americans at risk. >> reporter: senate democrats back in june filibustered and blocked a republican backed bill that included $1.1 billion to fight zika due to language which would have excluded planned parenthood from receiving any of the funds. congress scheduled to return on september sickth zika is at the top of the list in an election year plenty more back and forth over this issue n washington, garrett tenney, fox news. meanwhile doctors say a baby born with zika in florida has unknown future. experts from the university of miami say the mother crack contracted the virus at the end of her first trimester. while on family christmas vacation on an island near venezuela. doctors say they saw abnormal signs coming from the mother when she returned so they performed an ultrasound on the baby's brain right now the baby is not showing any severe signs of the virus but doctors will continue to monitor the child.
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well it was a great day to spend outside with your neighbors and that is exactly what they were doing in the city's point breeze section. hundreds of people out on the street along point breeze avenue for community appreciation day. it was sponsored in part by councilman kenyata johnson community members enjoying some local food, live entertainment, and all kinds of activities for children as well. in west philadelphia today, animal add advocates were urging the philadelphia zoo to transmission into sang tee wary model the zoo would rescue animals in need and provide them with a natural habitat instead of greeting animals. the philadelphia's soon is the oldest zoo and has more than 1500 animals. the race for president has had a lot of twists turns and we still have more than two months to go. how one real estate company is capitalizing on the election drama. >> serious problem for millions of women of all ages. >> just waking up and having
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like dramatic hair loss. it continuing and not being able to get the under control.
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after yet another after shock residents in one italian town are dealt another blow.
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the only northern access point to the small town is this bridge or it was until it collapsed. amatrice hit hardest by wednesday's quake more than three quarters of the 290 dead were from the town. construction workers and on the emergency personnel have been working non-stop to get that bypass up and running. a new play ground in arizona named in honor of a humanitarian aid worker who was killed by isis. kayla mueller was taken captive in syria three months ago. 18 months later the 26-year-old was killed while being held by isis. grand opening ceremony was held at the playground in prescott this morning. kiwanis club launched the project called kayla's hands playground. prescott was mueller's hometown. >> kayla would be proud she's bringing so much joy to so many families. we can feel kayla here.
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when the wind belows just right and those wires we can hear her making her music. >> the playground features a zipline, multiple slides, swings and climbing equipment. police in upstate new york trying to find the man who set his stepfather on fire. after dousing him with gasoline. investigators say a fight started between the two family members at their home yesterday outside of all ban knee. police say the stepfather is recovering at a hospital with severe burns to his upper body. neighbors say they heard the brutal screams during the terrifying ordeal. authorities say the stepson is identified as 29-year-old jew kwan lebanon. office are still trying to track him down. >> my reaction, who was it? and they were like, we don't know right now. then when i found out on the news it was pop, i'm like wow, that's crazy. >> family members say the stepfather is expected to survive his injuries, it's not yet clear what that fight was
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over. she stole the hearts of a lot of americans during the olympics in row yo. now simone biles is back home and the first thing that gold medal winner did upon her return may surprise you. it's ban brutal couple of months for the airline industry after computer glitches ground hundreds of flights. what they're doing to make sure it doesn't happen again. mike? does brutal heat this summer, dawn. 93 degrees made it to philadelphia international airport. most spots touching upon 80-degree mark. we're going to do it again tomorrow. high pressure in control but there could be a big storm developing down to the south. i'm meteorologist mike masco. we'll take look at the tropics and a beautiful seven day forecast. that's coming your way in just a little bit.
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♪ how is this for location of a barbershop right aboard the battleship new jersey. children getting back to school
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haircuts today and the best part they were complimentary. students from riser pre-school cutting hair at the same place sailors had their haircut when they served aboard that ship. travel is that is just about over airlines will be reducing prices to get people on the planes in the fall. at the same time they're dealing with enormous pressure to get their technological houses in order. after a brutal last few months. fox's rob schmidt has the story. >> reporter: like many passengers paul has found himself stranded at an airport. this summer we saw two examples of just how bad this can get when delta and southwest nearly collapsed after outages paralyzed airline computers in 2015 for the second time in 13 years, airlines themselves were to blame for more flight delays than weather and air traffic issues. more than thee hundred 23,000 flights that should have taken off on time. >> it's time for the airlines to
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update their it systems for the jet age. >> reporter: democratic senators he had war marquis and richard blue men shawl both commerce of the science transportation committee sent a letter to 13 different airlines including delta and southwest asking about plans to avoid these blunders in the future. >> airlines should use their record profits to invest in new technology and i policemen transparent and fair policies that protect and compensate the customer. >> reporter: trade group airlines for america says those profits are being used. >> carriers are investing 1.5 billion per month in the products and technologist to make flying better. >> we've got to make sure your production systems are robust. you're building to be them as tolerant as upon if you've got failures in the system you've got other systems that can take over. isn't joseph george works with airlines on technology. >> we've evolved to the point that technology is fundamentally the back bone of how businesses
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run their operatio operations. to the point when the systems that rely on those technologies when those systems fail the business cannot run any more. >> reporter: passenger want changes now. >> they need to come up with a backup plan or something. >> the senators have given the airlines until september keepth to respond and based on the feedback they received, we could see legislation to ensure that passenger aren't grounded by any future melt downs. in philadelphia, rob submit, fox news. >> speaking of the philadelphia airport, there are no problems with sprites taking out of or land tonight because it's just about perfect out there. little steamy. for more of the rest of forecast let's turn it over to meteorologist mike masco. >> warm out there but we did lose the humidity a live shot in old city looking beautiful up and down market street street. 77. nice easterly wind at 7 miles an hour bringing more of an ocean wind an ocean breeze. that's knocked down the dew point at 63 and look how high that pressure is at 30-inches
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and an indication of fair weather on top of us or high pressure. look at ultimate doppler looking really beautiful. made it up to 93 degrees this afternoon. look. keep this in mine. it's 84 that's our normal high temperature. i want to throw stats in your direction because it's pretty impressive to see 37 days this summer of 90 degrees. august just august alone, 13 days of 90-degree weather and most days we ever saw with 90-degrees back in 1995 and i think we might tie that record. so at this point we might as well hit records, right? 77 degrees in town. 70s across the jersey side of thing and cooling down as you get up towards the lehigh vall valley. mount pocono down to 63. there's your easterly winds coming around five to 10 it's perfect start tomorrow at 73 lots of sunshine. warm conditions at lunch time. we'll call eight dry heat tomorrow again no humidity but we'll get to up around 90 degrees some spots may get better than 90 degrees with lots of sunshine. so clouds on top of us just a
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thin veil. we'll go down south because there's a lot of activity right between miami and cuba this is an area of low pressure not a tropical system just yet. but the models right now hurricane centers speaking this low is drift into the eastern gulf of mexico. it could develop into a big system we'll have to watch it and certainly if you have interest in the gulf of mexico stick with local fox station or fox news channel. otherwise it's gaston out towards the central atlantic. this is going to prevent our provide, rather, some rough kipp returns across our area beaches. if you're going fort beach or on the boat for the tomorrow, just know that the rip current risk is high tomorrow. it's a 2 feet -- 2-foot chop on the ocean. pretty calm on the bay with an easterly wind around 10 miles an hour. here's your forecast tonight. beautiful moonlit conditions. 68 degrees in town. low 60s for the suburbs tomorrow afternoon the heat is on but we don't have the humidity out there. with a 90-degree reading it will feel pretty comfortable out there. uv index will be around a 10.
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so if you are going to be outside golf game or beach, just know about 15 minutes and you can get a nasty burn. 90 degrees tomorrow. 91 with isolated thunderstorm for monday. the heat will stay with us through tuesday at 90 degrees. and some thunderstorms on wednesday. leaps and segways over to the heat ending and beautiful weather there is going to be quite the dramatic change in the seven day where high temperatures get into the upper 70s. now that's in town. low 70s as you get up north and west into the lehigh valley and poconos. so we go -- this is like whiplash. we go from summer to near fall conditions as we get into labor day weekend. >> tomorrow looks beautiful. >> beautiful. >> don't forget the sunscreen. >> absolutely. >> thanks mike. we have breaking news out of the city's brewery town section. take a look. this is along the newkirk stre
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street. police two people shot. one of them a 25-year-old man has died at temple university hospital as a result. another shooting victim a 45-year-old man is at hahn hospital we do not yet know his condition police are looking for whoever fired the shots as we get updates we will bring them to you. the race for president has had a whole lot of twists and turns and we still have two months ago. how one real estate company is capitalizing on the election drama. and a nightmare for parents at a county fair. a ride flies off the tracks forcing parents to actually hold the ride off of their children. what officials say caused the ride to fall.
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♪ the race to the white house continues to spark nationwide controversy but in austin texas one realtor is hoping to cash in on the election drama by providing a few smiles and chuckles to folks driving along one of the city's busiest roadways. this billboard makes fun of both presidential candidates and it's geared towards people looking to sell their homes. the inspiration came after reading comments on social media from people threatening to leave the country if their candidate loses the election. the company says it's gotten a
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lot of calls in the two weeks since that billboard has gone up. fast-acting people at a georgia fair are being credit width preventing a terrifying situation from turning even worse. this happened at the counter fair. witnesses say a small roller coaster for children suddenly started to tip over on thursday night. you can see in the video a group of adults standing around the ride. witnesses say they were actually holding it up keeping the cars from completely falling to the ground. >> all you see is people runni running. all you could hear is people get over there, hold it up, hold it up. for these gets to get off. >> pretty scary. officials say it passed its annual inspection in april when it star its run in georgia it's believed a track malfunction forced the cars to come off the tracks. nfl teams are putting the finishing touches on their roster as they prepare for another season but one quarterback is under fire for what he did didn't do during
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braid it, we've it, consist up. cost of beauty is not really worth the consequences much growing numbers younger women are dealing with hair loss they can prevent and a local dermatologist says most women don't know why their hair is thinning hour how to even stop it much our joyce evans takes a look. ♪ >> reporter: once you notice it, panic often follows, then a mad dash to find something, anything, to stop the thinning, the shedding and the embarrassment that can leave you desperate to cover up. >> the first thing women should know there are many causes of hair loss. >> reporter: like reaction to medicine, family history, extreme or sudden stress, tight or damaging hairstyling, skin or scalp disease, auto immune disorder, childbirth and certain birth control methods. doctors say any hormone alters
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treatment may be a risk. >> there are probably 10 or 15 causes. >> reporter: tens of millions of americans suffering hair loss are women. about 40% according to the american hair loss association and it gets even worse by age 50. >> the biggest problem is for women who are maturing they think, oh, i'm getting older, i should be losing my hair. that's absolutely incorrect. >> reporter: especial physical you don't have any of those 10 to 15 risk facts. says dermatologist susan taylor. hair loss can likely be treated and better yet prevented decades before you get the fallout. >> if you're 35 and haven't abused your hair, you haven't worn tight braids with he can tensions, long heavy locks, don't use tight pony tails, then you really should not be losing your hair. if you stop it early, often you can reverse that hair loss and get the hair to grow back so the key is early intervention. >> reporter: and you don't
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have to be woman of a certain age. >> i was just waking up and having like dramatic hair loss, um, it continuing and not being able to get the under control when. >> reporter: when she was only 21 years old with a thick full head of hair that she did not abuse g but you can see there's lighter spots back here, um, but you'll see like the thickness of my hair camouflaging it. >> aloe pee is a ari at at a. >> maybe even more common than we realize. >> that's ought app auto immune disease. we can do injections and there are prescription creams that make a huge difference. >> in the particular spot where i experienced the hair loss, hair has started to grow back. so i was really excited about that. >> reporter: could have been much worse says dr. lore as so many people we are moving array way from chemicals.
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returns to braids, wigs, weaves and hot comb pressing may present other problems. >> i know it sounds like greek but it's really simple. >> reporter: as destructive she says as traction alopecia with hair follicles permanently scarred and destroyed. but you may be a able to fight back. >> there are treatments. antibiotics, creams, april corrections. >> she says there are some popular over the counter products that work well for so some. however, there is one method dr. taylor says she cannot believe women are practicing. going for weeks, even months without washing their hair. >> the bumps. the oil the dirt it will clog clog your pours. >> feeding bacteria. and stinging something awful. >> got to wash your hair. >> you got to wash your hair. >> reporter: and seek help to fine what, if anything, can you done about your type of hair
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haas. >> you don't want to do a disservice to yourself by hoping it will grow back. you definitely want to seek professional advice. dr. taylor explains that there is no cure for most hair thinning conditions so you have to continue treatment for the best possible results. she also cautions about what she calls hype over natural cures and treatments. she says gels, poll made and herbal things what works for one may not work for another. joyce evans fox 29 news. san francisco 49er quarterback colin kaepernick is coming under fire for what he didn't do during the national anthem. kaepernick sat on the bench while the rest of the team stood for the national anthem before last night's preseason game. well, in an interview with he said "i'm not going stand up to show pride in a flag for country that oppresses black people and people of color. to me, this is bigger than
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football and it would be selfish and my part to look the other way "and now we wait for the life powerball. 'powerball.


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