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breaking news on fox 29 morning news police in new jersey investigating a suspicious device found in the train station, in elizabeth, the latest in a live report. plus a major development in the investigation in the the this weekend's new york city explosion. five people arrested overnight, more on who they are, and then... >> i'm hit. i'm on mack hack. help me please. >> it is an ambush philadelphia top cops are calling horrifying. one of two officers shot still hospitalized after police say a man goes on a shooting spree, shooting four people killing one of them. and the national anthem controversy, comes right here to philadelphia, which eagles player is now ready to protest during tonight's big game. good day, it is monday,
september 192,016th, chris murphy has the morning off. the guess who is back, sue serio, good morning to you. >> yeah, hi, for a change, we have rain in the forecast. not only in the forecast but in the area, and it is really rocking and rolling in berks county, lehigh valley, pocono mountains, lancaster county you can see lightening on the radar. i will zoom in closer. very heavy rain around the reading area, allentown, pocono mountains. this is a cold front with moisture combining with it from what used to be tropical storm julia. all that hitting us at once. we need rain but that is what usually need rain we get it all at the same time. we have a muggy morning out there. outside of our door we don't see anything yet but won't be long. 76 degrees in philadelphia south lawyer wind at 3 miles an hour. we are heading toia high of 28 but we have possibility of pop up shower and thunderstorms
throughout the day. your sunset time 7:02. with all this rain copping make sure awe how yourself extra time, this morning, because even though it is not here in the city yet, it is not in south jersey yet, it is not that far away, bob kelly, we will be rocking and rolling today. >> i brought my umbrella in and hopefully that jinkses us. >> yes. >> we have had sprinkles on the windshield. no problems at all on the major roadways in and out of the city. here's a live look at the schuylkill expressway, peco building all lit up there. make sure you have a good set of wiper blades. here's latest on mass transit, services suspended on new jersey transit's northeast corridor line they are accepting passes and ticket cross honoring by path new jersey transit buses and service suspended currently on the amtrak system because of the police activity in elizabeth, new jersey. i know we will have more information on that coming up in two seconds with lauren. >> bob, thanks very much. lets get to breaking newsweek
end of attacks this both new york city and seaside park, new jersey, now another threat, this one in elizabeth, new jersey. what investigators say happened just hours after a suspicious package was found in the local train station. lets get to jennifer joyce live in elizabeth the with the latest developments, hi jenny. >> reporter: good morning. we are half block from that elizabeth train station, live look here, police this have area surround add cross several block radius. the this is where they are having a media set up as local police and fbi investigators look into a suspicious package which actually proved to be an explosive according to elizabeth mayor, who says that the device exploded as a bomb squad robot attempted to disarm the materials. that happened around 12:30 this morning. authorities were first called to this this scene around 8:30 last night, two men called police after finding a suspicious package with wires and a pipe sticking out.
>> police responded, checked it out, looked at it, thought it could be a bomb, we called union county pomp squad. we sent in a drone to investigate further. the drone indicated that it could be suspicious and a live bomb. >> reporter: it was in fact a live bomb, confirmed by mayor boldwitch who said police were working to disarm four additional devices found this that backpack no one was injury. another component to this story, this investigation is having a major effect on nj transit passengers as services have been suspended from newark, liberty air airport and elizabeth. new york's management department says new jersey bound amtrak trains are held at new york's penn station. for latest updates on nj transit service interruptions check out the their web site. as far as this investigation goes we are awaiting updates live here at the scene, lauren. >> thank you very much. earlier in the night fbi
and nypd conduct a traffic stop on the versace an owe bridge that links the bureau to staten island and brooklyn. five people with possible connections to the chelsea blast were taken in custody. on saturday night a bomb exploded near 23rd street. all 29 people were hurt are out of the hospital. new york's governor cuomo says he is certain that the bombing was intentional. >> whoever placed these bombs, we will find and they will be brought the to justice. period. you have the finest police agencies in the world when you come to new york and we will find who planted these explosives, and they will be prosecuted and punished. >> new york city police say they have blown up second device found blocks away where a bomb exploded from manhattan. "fox news" is reporting that a law enforcement source confirmed that a pipe bomb that meant to hurt marines,
sailors and reporters is connect to the bomb in new york city. all beaches have reopened in seaside park after a pipe bomb exploded saturday morning. officials say explosion was an act of terror and that people in the the area say they are still on edge. >> we just don't know who is responsible for it. is it domestic source, foreign source? we just don't know that at this time? but it was done intentionally, to try to terrorize the people of new jersey. >> i live here, i work here. it is a small community. it is not even our season but yet anything can happen at any moment. it is scary. >> no one was injured in the jersey shore explosion. meanwhile in minnesota isis is claiming responsibility for a mall attack that left nine people hurt and the attacker dead, investigators say the suspect has now been identified was
dressed in a private security uniform and asked one of the victims if he was muslim. the attacker has been identified as 22-year old is a here adon by his father, adon was shot and killed at crossroads mall after the stabbings. the suspect's father, a mad adon from somalia told the star tribune of minneapolis his son was a college student and had no sus fish fish us activity that his son was involved. local islamic groups are condemning that attack. >> it has no relationship with isis, islam is peace. >> police in minute so the air praising the heroic acts of off-duty officer jason faulkner and says his acts are exemplary. candidates on the the race to the white house reacting very differently this weekend. new jersey, new york, and minnesota acts of violence are taking precedence on the campaign trail. hillary clinton and donald trump both making public statements.
authoritative tough reaction from donald trump and hillary clinton calling the violence quota parent terrorist attacks, however, democratic nominee is taking a more cautious tone. >> we have to let the investigation unfold. we have been in touch with various officials, including the mayor's office in new york who learned what they are discovering as they move forward with the investigation and we will have more to say when we have the facts. >> i must tell you that just before i got the off the plane, a bomb went off in new york and nobody knows exactly what is going on but boy we are living in a time, we better get very tough, folks, we better get very tough. >> hillary clinton is scheduled to stop in philadelphia today at 2:00 p.m. at temple university. she will give a speech geared toward millennials. days after a man shot two officers in an ambush, one is home from the hospital, second officer could be released as
early as today. the attack left one people hurt, innocent bystander dead, before officers killed the shooter. the gun man left a rambling note expressing a hatred for law enforcement. fox 29's bill anderson live from the hospital where u penn officer and philadelphia sergeant were rushed friday night, hi there, bill. >> good morning, lauren. as you just explained 51 shots fired in a violent night friente, an ambush, several people injured, one tragically losing their life. after hearing all that it is amaze ago this we're here at penn presbyterian hospital, talking about the the story of one officer who is already released, one other hoping to be released to day, the story of 25 year-old nicholas glenn has been well told over the last 48 hours. he went on a shooting spree in west philadelphia tragically killing one young woman, injuring several others, including university of pennsylvania officer eddie miller and philadelphia police sergeant sylvia young. but after hearing, again, 51 shots were fired, the story
turns to recovery and healing. officer miller was released from the hospital yesterday morning after being treated for gunshots to the leg. he left quietly. he didn't want fanfare. he just wanted to go home. we are told sergeant sylvia young remains in stable condition in good spirits, also expecting to go home today, and as a macing when you hear 911 call she made during the ambush. >> i'm hit, i'm at mcdonald's at 51st street, help me please >> reporter: now this was obviously a tragic situation, one young woman lost her life, a senseless attack and we're not going to forget about that but thankfully for today it turns to recovery, to grieving, to healing. one officer home, one officer is expect to be released, today, lauren and we will keep you informed. i'm bill anderson here at penn presbyterian. >> bill, thanks very much. pennsylvania governor tom wolf responding to this weekend's violence in west philadelphia and said in part quote this is a reminder of
the danger that those who seek to keep us safe, face every day, and we are thankful for the law enforcement personnel who put themselves in harms way to protect our commonwealth. in the meantime philadelphia police face more round of gunfire in bell a vista. police smelled marijuana a coming from the group of people walking at eighth and south street. when police confronted the group one person ran away prompting a police chase. when an officer got close man started shooting firing three round at the officer. fortunately the police officer was not hit. moment later another group of officers arrested the 19 year-old. authorities are not releasing his identity. we continue to follow breaking news this morning, latest details of police investigating one of five devices found in the backpack near a train station in elizabeth, new jersey. also two new jersey police officers shoot at a man who reportedly struck another officer with his car, what police say they saw right before the driver tried to get away.
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4:14 this morning. we're following breaking news one of five devices found in a backpack in a train station in elizabeth, new jersey has exploded while a bomb squad robot was attempting to disarm it. we are taking a live look at pictures from that scene. list bet mayor christian says a device exploded earlier this morning. fbi has been leading that investigation and working to disarm other four devices. there were no reports of injuries. the mayor says there could be more detonations.
of course that means there could be traffic trouble in that area lets go to bob kelly for more on that, hi there, bob. >> good morning, everybody. 4:15. this is a new situation that happened just late last night so, you know, it the is surprise ago this we're dealing with this, this morning here. we heard of so many explosions over the course of the weekend. here's the deal for mass transit, this morning. services suspended on amtrak's northeast corridor, all trains, through elizabeth right now, there is no service on both amtrak or new jersey transit. so elizabeth is right here just south of the newark airport between newark and metro park so services between boston, new york, and philadelphia, basically, at a choke point right there, no trains are rolling, through elizabeth, new jersey. now, i came through, 30th street station and saw trains lined up here in philadelphia last night amtrak said they were backing trains up to the closest station, when the
incident happened in order to get the passengers off the train safely. so that has been accomplished, everybody is off the trains, but we remains to be seen exactly how things will shape up for morning rush hour whether amtrak will run trains, up to say, new brunswick and then work your way, back, for new jersey transit, services suspended across the board on the entire northeast corridor. they are having tickets cross honored by path, new jersey transit buses, and some private carriers. so mass transit this morning is going to be a rough go as we can start to see, maybe some sprinkles on the blue route, here's a live look you can see a little bit of the glare on the road surface, sueby and you had mentioned some showers starting to pop in reading. they are getting closer and closer to us. >> it is true, it is going to be a big difference to the tranquility for the weather that we have right now, but we can see lightening popping up, as part of the cold front that is headaching its way through
this morning. you can see thunder, lightening in lancaster county, berks county, rocking and rolling in allentown. we will zoom in closer to see what is going on a lot of thunderstorm activity in reading just south of lancaster, very heavy downpours, anywhere we see orange and dark readies where it is raining very hard. easton, pennsylvania. mount bethel, chestnut hill, one up in the mountains, everybody is getting rain north and west of the city but as you can see we will start to fill in because we are also getting moisture from the south there what used to be tropical storm julia. all that hitting at ones during rush hour on a monday morning, allow yourself a lot of time. then by noon all that rain has moved to the shore. we have got more thunderstorms popping up because of the humidity, maybe about five or 6:00 this evening so probably a midday break for us here in philadelphia but more pop up showers and then are storms overnight is heading our way. find your umbrella. it has been a while, right?
76 degrees in philadelphia, wilmington, 65 mount pocono. seventy-five in wildwood it is still very sticky. very humid yesterday. thanks to those southerly wind. as far as the seven day forecast is concerned we will stay in the 80's throughout the week with the cold front coming through and showers and thunderstorms, stray shower possible tomorrow, and then upper 80's through friday. we don't cool down until the middle of the weekend, lauren? >> all right, sue, thank you so much. opening statement set to start in the trial that will determine who will to have pay victims of the deadly center city building collapse in 20 136789 defendants include the owner and architect, the salvation army also being sued, right now two contractors are serving lengthy prison terms for involuntary manslaughter. six people were killed, 13 others were injured. in new jersey, an officer was injured after being run down by a crime suspect to elizabeth. police saw a car matching description from the recent
robbery around midnight yesterday. they say that the man had a handgun, he jumped in his car, feet away and a allegedly hit one of the officers. thirty he lease fired their guns but you no one was hit. authorities later arrested that suspect identified as ferris cream. police officers hit by a car was treated for lacerations and released from the hospital. police are trying to figure out who shot four people in port richmond, one of those people now fighting for their life. bullets started flying just before 4:00 p.m. on the 3,000 block of castor avenue, and parking lot of a vice social club. gunman shot three women all in their 20's. they are all stable. another ten bullets hit a 22-year old man in the back and he is in critical condition at temple university hospital. so far no arrests. northeast detectives and attorney general's office is investigating after an assault rifle was stolen from a gun show, the rifle was stolen yesterday morning, between ten and noon time from the armory. owner says it was stolen right
off display table where it is usually trained down. police are reviewing surveillance video from the nearby booths. law enforcement officials say more crimes are being committed using fake guns, which look just like the real thing. agencies are grabbling with how to handle the situation in order to prevent a fatality. that is what happened touring a deadly police shooting in columbus, ohio last week. officers killed a 13 year-old boy after they say, that he pulled out a bee-bee gun that was a replica police handgun. in one town, officials say use of imitation guns in crime are up 38 percent. well, lets talk eagles. the national anthem controversy comes to philadelphia, when one of the captains of the philadelphia eagles says he is ready to protest. over the weekend malcolm jenkins says eagles will have some form of a protest during the national anthem during tonight's game in chicago. jenkins says that he has spoken to coach doug pederson and wants to make it clear that the protest is designed to be a statement about social
in justice and will not be a indictment on police, or the flag. >> the goal, it is often not to beat around the bush. if it comes down to making somebody uncomfortable by speaking the truth then... . unaudible. >> jenkins say team didn't protest before the season opener last week out of respect for 9/11. he says he is focused 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick told him he is proud of him. this started when san francisco 49ers qb took a knee during the national anthem in a preseason game. eagles coach doug pederson says he was against that gesture. pregame ceremony drew tears and criticism, at penn state, penn state honors joe paterno for his 50 years of service as football coach during a game, against temple, on saturday. while many fans, cheered the honor, others at beaver
stadium protested the gesture because of paterno's involvement in the jerry sandusky sex abuse scandal. the fans of the penn state team applauded the move as part of the healing process after the scandal, while protesters called it insensitive. responding to the tribute a statement from attorney tom kline, who is representing some of the victims in the the case that read in part no one should forget failings which caused so much pain and anguish to the victims of the jerry sandusky who have suffered so much for so long. los angeles rams may have run their first home game but it was not pretty honor off the feel. not only did the team struggle to beat the seattle seahawks nine-three but it got 170 fans became sick during the game. officials say they were treated for heat related illnesses. more than 91,000 people a ended the game in 90-degree temperatures in southern california, a red flag warning of extreme fire danger is in effect until noon time today. well, eagles have touched
good morning i'm sean bell. the eagles getting ready for tonight's big prime time match up against the bears. they have arrived in the chi yesterday so we caught up with brent celek at the team hotel. he talked about how it is always special to play on monday night. >> yeah, you know, i grew up watching monday night football always dreamed of playing. we're here. you know, it is great. >> dallas at washington after curt cousins interceptions in the end zone that would have gave washington a ten-point lead, cowboys marched right back down the field, capped off by that alfred morris touchdown. that decides the game. cowboys goes on to win 27-23. washington falls to zero and two. phillies and marlins have being up four-two, phillies
blow another lead. look at this infield single, the throw is off, and then that made it, five-four. phillies lose by that score officially eliminated from the playoffs. that is sports in a minute. i'm sean bell. we are continuing to follow breaking news in elizabeth new jersey lets go to jenny joyce with the the very latest, hi there, jenny. >> reporter: we are eight hours into a suspicious package and explosives investigation in elizabeth. we know this investigation is far from over. what investigators are to go right now, bill? >> reporter: scary shooting this weekend, hopefully now turns to healing and hope we're here at penn presbyterian where one of the officers is expected to be released soon. we will be here for fox 29.
we're following some breaking news, suspicious device exploded in elizabeth, new jersey, eight hours later police and fbi are investigating four other devices days after an act of terrorism rocks the new jersey shore. plus a major development in the investigation into this weekend's new york city explosion, five people arrested overnight, what police are saying this morning. and it is an ambush even philadelphia top brass are calling horrifying, two officers shot, four civilians also hit the by flying bullets as sus pick tried to escape, a live report from the hospital where the officers were taken. good day it is monday
september 19th, 2016, sue serio, our philadelphia eagles are in chicago today taking on the bears there. i tried to wear some shade of green but, you know. >> well, you to well. we're seeing, when we are at green screen we cannot wear green. it is green and black on the uniform so we will go with black. we've got heavy rain so thunderstorms popping up all along the north and west of the city. zooming in closer it is lancaster county, berks county, reading and allentown, we have got hunt pocono and all these areas getting some heavier rain, and you can see some have starting to sneak into montgomery and chester counties, all of this is heading our way, get ready for rain. we have in the seen tonight a while. we need it. but some of this will be, rocking and rolling this morning. 76 degrees our current temperature. we don't expect to get a whole lot warmer, because of the cloud cover and showers and thunderstorms popping up on and off throughout the day,
sunset at 7:02. that is your monday forecast. we will go more in depth where thunderstorms are and what the forecast is coming up, bob kelly. >> good morning. it will be a messy monday. already an accident on the schuylkill, this is a live look at eastbound schuylkill expressway right here near university. only the left lane, opened here on that eastbound side, and then latest from mass transit it will be a rough go right out of the gate. amtrak services suspended through elizabeth new jersey because of the police activity, it is about six amtrak trains right here, south of the new brunswick area, in word yet from amtrak what the deal is for the morning rush hour but no train are coming to elizabeth. same situation with new jersey transit, all services, suspended on the northeast corridor, new jersey transit has said that ticket will be cross honored along path, new jersey transit buses and private carriers, and to second extra crowded conditions on all of the new jersey transit bus these morning, back over to you.
4:32. three attacks in three u.s. cities in one single day. terror investigations are underway in new york, new jersey and minute so the a now there are reports of another threat this time in elizabeth new jersey. jennifer joyce is live from elizabeth with the very latest developments, hi there jenny. >> reporter: good morning, lauren. i have been posting updates on social media. last update that was posted said they will send information once this scene is clear. it is still very active. train station is surrounded by police across a several block radius. the this is where they are having media set up as local police and fbi look into a suspicious package that proved to be an explosive, according to elizabeth mayor chris bolwitch who said device exploded as bomb squad robot attempted to disarm materials. that happened around 12:30 this morning. authorities were first called to the scene around eight 8:30 last night. two men, called police after finding a suspicious package
with wires and pipe sticking out and it was, in fact a confirmed explosive accord together mayor who said then that police were working to disarm the four additional devices that were found in the backpack. in one at the scene was injured, however, another component to this story as bob kelly has been mentioning all morning this investigation is having a major effect on nj transit and transit passengers as it has been suspended from newark liberty airport and elizabeth. we do know that new jersey bound amtrak train, trains this both directions actually, are also affect. for very latest updates on nj transit service interruptions check out their web site as far as this investigation goes. we expect an update in the next hour or so, back to you guys. >> jenny, thanks very much. fbi and nypd conduct a traffic stop in the versace san owe bridge. law enforcement officials tell "fox news" that five people with possible connections to the chelsea blast were taken in custody. on saturday night a bomb exploded near 23rd street.
all 29 people who were hurt are now out of the hospital. all beaches have reopened in sea side park after a pipe bomb explode there had on saturday morning. no one was hurt. thousands of runners were just about to start a 5k race, meant to benefit marines and sailors. isis is claiming responsibility for a mall attack that left nine people hurt and the attacker dead, investigators say suspect was dressed in a private security uniform and asked one of the victims if he was muslim. the attacker has been identified as 22-year old za thehir adon by his father. he had in idea his son was involved there terrorist activity. days after a man shot two officers in an ambush, one is home from the hospital, second officer could be released to day. fox 29's bill anderson is live from the hospital where two officers were treated, hi there, bill. >> reporter: good morning, lauren. after an extremely violent weekend in west philadelphia that left one woman,
tragically wounding and losing her life we are at penn presbyterian hospital where hopefully now the healing and grieving process can begin. nicholas glenn clearly troubled leaving a rambling note expressing his anger towards authorities before going on a shooting rampage. one family is grieving loss of the loved one but amazingly with 51 shots fired to take we are hearing stories of recovery. yesterday one of the two officers shot, u penn officer eddie miller. he went home quietly with little fanfare. philadelphia sergeant sylvia young is actually expect to be released to day showing amazing strength and resolve. sergeant young going home so soon is being called a miracle by fellow officers, you'll remember she was shot at 18 times at close range, hit multiple times in the arm in her row techtive vest and even hearing that isn't as chilling as listening to the actual 911 calls. >> this is the united states of america. this should not happen in this
country. this is bottom line. this is not a indictment of anything i don't get mythical but i'm just saying where we have to do better with gun violence. >> reporter: that was actually commissioner ross responding to the violence the 911 calls and saying that something has to be done. fifty-one shots fired, it is tragic obviously that one victim lost their life but it is amazing honestly that it was only one. penn officer miller was released yesterday. we're expect ago this sergeant young will be released later today and hopefully this tragic story of violence, lauren can turn to healing and let the grieving process begin. >> let's hope so. thanks very much, bill. philadelphia police faced more round of gunfire, this time in bell a vista. police smelled marijuana coming from the group of people walking on eighth and south streets. when police confronted the group one person ran away prompting a police chase. when would be officer got close the man started shooting firing three round at that officer.
fortunately the officer was not hit, moment later another group of officers, arrested the 19 year-old. authorities north releasing his identity just yet. opening statements, set to start day in the trial that will determine who will to have pay victims of the the deadly center city building collapse back in 2013. the defendants include the owner, architect, salvation army, also being sued, right now two contractors are serving lengthy prison terms for involuntary manslaughter. six people were killed and three others were injured. 4:38. hacking has been a significant part of this election psyched with the e-mails from colin powell and democratic national committee being released but could a hacker actually change your vote? well, one expert says, it is a very real possibility. we will continue our breaking news coverage after police in elizabeth, new jersey say within of five suspicious devices found near a train station has exploded. we will have have a live report.
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did you brush your hair today? yes, mom. why? hmm. no reason. 4:46. we continue to follow breaking news. we are looking live at elizabeth new jersey. police there say that one of the five devices found inside of a backpack near a train station has exploded, while a bomb squad robot was attempting to disarm it. the fbi is leading this investigation and working to disarm other four devices, of course. it is a very delicate situation. all trains are cancelled. we will toss things over to bob kelly with the very latest on the traffic troubles. >> as you can see in that shot there that is the train station right there in the background. that was elizabeth. we will talk about that in a second. we will begin with this accident on the schuylkill, eastbound on the schuylkill, right here near university avenue. otherwise it will be a messy monday with some rain on the way, sueby has thunder boomers
already moving through our area services suspended on amtrak's northeast corridor. here's the situation. all trains through that elizabeth new jersey station are a no go with that police activity. elizabeth is just south of the newark, airport and big newark international train station here. so, with that choke point there, there are trains, south of newark, there are trains north of up to new york and boston no trains are moving through elizabeth at least for the beginning of our morning rush hour. amtrak doesn't have anything as far as services suspended on their web site. as far as new jersey transit, services suspended on the entire northeast corridor they are at least saying until further notice and they will go one step further which means that it will be suspended through the rush hour is that tickets are being cross honored, by the path, new jersey buses, and some of the private carriers. so the new jersey bus commuters expect some crowded conditions there. then also, folks that need to
run from philadelphia to new york or to boston, look out at philly international. you will have probably an increased passenger line up there as folks try to get to the airport, to get where they are going. now with the airport and also the rain on the way, we're probably going to have delays at philly international throughout our morning rush hour. here's a live look at the vine street expressway, right now, the vine is dry but we are seeing cameras pick up rain along upper end of the northeast extension through quakertown, and, of course, up along i78. sue, i guess thunder boomers and is what time line all morning long. >> yeah, we will see rain on and off because this is a slow moving cold front that is making it way through but you we really to need rain, toss that help when we try to get where we are going on a monday morning? we are almost inch and three-quarters below normal for month of september. we were below normal for august as well. here's the cold front plus the
rain down to the south, that is associated with what used to be tropical storm julia. we will get some tropical rains in here. look at lightening, in berks county this morning, there is some up toward allentown as well, we will go down here to lancaster county around strasburg and providence there is heavy rain there. around oley and reading in berks count which that very heavy rain. richland in bucks county starting now. so rain is moving into bucks county there around heller town as well we are getting heavy rain, bethlehem just had a heavy town pour as well. we have to watch for ponding on the roadways once this happens. it the will slow you down this morning. we will see showers, thunderstorms popping up throughout the rest of the morning through seven, through eight, through 10:00 o'clock. bit of the break in the philadelphia area around lunchtime as those storms move towards the shore but then we will see more popping up maybe five or 6:00 o'clock in the evening which could affect the evening commute. there will be much more
widespread scattered i should say, sparsely scattered, throughout the rest of the night. mid 70's and humid in philadelphia. 65 degrees in mount pocono where we have had some rain. it has been raining in the lancaster but try in new jersey and it is in the mid 70's there wind are coming out of the south and that is why it is so humid. average high is 77, we were above average by 10 degrees yesterday, and it was very sticky. that high of 87 will make it to 80 today because of the showers and thunderstorms. stray shower possible in the morning tomorrow. and then we are in the mid to upper 80's on wednesday, thursday, and friday, not too bad, little bit on the humid side but then cold front on saturday will bring us cooler temperatures on sunday. that takes you through the next seven days, miss lauren. >> thank you very much. we should learn today if the woman accused of killing a man during a deadly crash will face any charges this happened yesterday morning on the 400 block of east erie avenue in north philadelphia.
police say 24 year-old would hand driving a bmw at high speeds, rear ended a white toyota sending it in the telephone pole and then into a building. the impact sent the driver of the toyota partially through the windshield. he later died at temple university hospital. prosecutors have not yet filed any charges but the investigation continues. in the wake of the terror attacks and violence over the weekend security was visibly tightened at em is in los angeles last night. everyone attending the award including actors and actresses walk through metal detectors. host jimmy kimmel joked that he would personally take down any trouble headachers if there was a problem. thankfully the ceremony went off without a hitch. top honors went on game of thrones for outstanding drama series, the biggest winner of the night, the people verse o.j. simpson with five emmys, including, the outstanding limited series category. and good news for philadelphia sports fans former eagles player sam
bradford had a good start to his new role as starting quarterback for minnesota vikings. he was able to lead vikings to a win over aaron rodgers and green bay packers. this was bradford's first start for the team, final score, 17-14. we want to see you this friday as we solute troops for our annual military day. come on down to fourth and market seven to 10:00 is the time. people shut town the entire street. we have a big block party to honor hen and women in uniform to serve our country. try, september 23rd, 7 to 10:00 a.m., mark your calendar. next up, not the so good news for people at the pump why drivers nationwide, could soon be gas prices jump.
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by 15 to 20 cents a gallon, drivers in the south are facing lines at the pump or in some cases, in gas at all. >> it is like three gas stations and all of them -- >> there is plenty of gas, everybody start creating a big snowball. >> prices jumped in states including am bam a, georgia, north carolina declared states of emergency which prevent price gouging, some southern states are warning consumers do not race out and buy gas. 4:56. we will continue to follow breaking news in elizabeth, new jersey, good morning, jenny joyce. >> reporter: good morning, lauren. we are continuing to follow this breaking news of an explosive device that was found inside of a backpack here at the elizabeth train station. we will have a live report on this coming up. it is amazing to think a police officer shot the at 18 times hit six times just friday could be going home today we are at penn
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arrested overnight, more on who they are, and then this. >> i'm hit, i'm at mack hack on 51st street help he lease. >> cries out from a police sergeant after an ambush. the top brass are calling this horrifying, one of the two officers shot still hospitalized after police say a hand goes on a shooting spree shooting four people, killing one of them. a national anthem controversy comes to philadelphia, which eagles player is now ready to protest during tonight's game. good day it is monday, september 19th, 2016. chris murphy has the morning off. sue serio, speaking of eagles i wore my eagles green today. >> you did a good job. we have a lot of green on radar for a change. that isn't just ground. we have precipitation and lots of it coming from two directions. cold front coming from the north and west a and this area coming from the south from what used to be tropical storm julia. we have heavy rain all morning so far this berks county but a lot