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pop, pop. silence and heard people people screaming then that was pretty much it. >> violent confrontation. then an arrest. >> now the investigation that spans several different crime scenes in two states has federal authorities build their case. ♪ >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10. good evening and thanks for joining us. i'm iain page. >> i'm lucy noland. after a dramatic capture and afghan immigrant and us citizen faces attempted murder charges tonight. a gun battle with linden new jersey police led rahami and two officers wounded. the bullets started flying after bar owner discovered him sleeping in the door wave his establishment. listen to the video that just came in. >> pop, pop, pop, pop, pop. >> those are the gunshots they go on for another 20 seconds before police move in to arrest rahami.
prosecutors tonight champed him with five counts of attempted murder of a police officer. he is now in jail on more than $5 million bail. law enforcement says fingerprints and surveillance video helped capture rahami it all started saturday weren't when explosive device went off inside a seaside heights trash can later that night another explosive device inside a new york city dumpster. a second device was discovered not far from the scene. it had not can be detonate. fox 29's chris o'connell spoke to people who know the suspect. he's live in elizabeth, new jersey torque night where investigators are still on the scene. chris? >> reporter: iain, still an active scene. the fbi and elizabeth, new jersey, police still holding the scene here behind me of the home and family business of suspected bomber ahmad rahami. take a look behind me. this is where f bit. agents have been all day long. they have secured the scene. it is not known if any bomb-making equipment was found here. but the 28-year-old charged tonight with attempted murder of
police and suspected in series of weekend bombings. >> oh wow he lives right here next to me. >> those who live near ahmad rahami is elizabeth, new jersey are shaken tonight. after finding out one of their neighbors is now a suspect terrorist. >> we live like in very unsafe time. you're not safe anywhere report roar this is video of rahami the naturalized american from afghanistan after being captured in a bloody gun battle with linden police. where two officers were shot and are now recovering. >> the two-hour manhunt came after rahami was identified in connection to three separate bombings that starte started say morning at a charity race in new jersey. authorities say rahami set off another bomb saturday night that injured 29 people in manhattan. more bombs are found at a new jersey train station. one a pressure cooker attached to a cell phone was found with rahami's fingerprints. that led police to the first
american fried chicken restaurant where his family has been questioned by authorities. >> this is a crazed man, young man that went crazy and got caught up in radicalism on the internet and what have you. >> reporter: a social worker at a local mosque met rahami a few times and didn't suspect anything wrong. he does say the radicalization of young muslims must be addressed. >> the ministers, we have to start coming out and denouncing these things as they happen. i moan mild. come out and denounce it. say this is not islam. gone right in on it. >> reporter: this man tells fox 29 rahami was spotted inside his family's kosher supermarket last week. police are now investigating that visit. >> he come to the market and he look around and only buy one bagel, you know. then he leave. i mean -- >> feel like he was casing the joint. >> exactly. >> reporter: now, rahami was known to local police for frequent complaints coming from the family restaurant here.
but federal authorities say rahami was not listed on any federal terrorist watch list. lucy yes. >> all right, thank you very much, chris. linden's mayor told fox news officer padilla was the first on scene today. the mayor says rahami fired hitting padilla who then returned fire. padilla got shot in his leg and bullet proof vest but he'll be okay. also hurt linden officer patrick, who has graze wound. >> story of course that is continuing to develop as we learn more about the man accused of of planting explosive devices in new york and new jersey. stay with fox29.com for the latest information. >> the man had stabbed nine people at a minnesota mall saturday authorities say he was a young somali who lived in saint cloud and worked as security guard in the area. it appears 20-year-old man worked alone and referenced allah during the attack even asking one person if they were muslim. president obama says federal investigators are still looking into whether this was an act of terror.
but no matter how you cut it, victims say they were terrified. >> this came up, fell down to the ground. >> i chance also to speak with governor dayton this morning. i assured him that we'll provide all the assistance that he needs in the investigation. >> isis has claim responsibility but investigators say they have no other indication that a don wasly radicalized or communicated with any terrorist group. off duty police officer shot and killed him on the scene. university of pennsylvania officer he had miller is out of the hospital tonight recovering after a gunman with 16 prior arrests shot the veteran policeman. >> but he's alive. one of five people wounded friday night in west philadelphia. a 25-year-old woman died. police ended up shooting and killing the gunman. fox 29's dave schratwieser joins us live now from northeast philadelphia. dave, you spoke with officer miller tonight. >> reporter: lucy, quite a remarkable toe story. 56-year-old officer ed miller
back on his feet just three days after he was shot. he was moving around rather well tonight, and we spoke to him here at a fundraiser at fop headquarters. he says, he's anxious to get back to work. >> i guess i'm lucky. i guess all i can think about i'm lucky. >> reporter: wounded university of pennsylvania police officer ed miller arrived at fop headquarters monday night on crutches smiling and insis insisting he's fine. just three days after he was shot in a chaotic gun battle with suspect in west philadelphia. >> i'd like to forget but it work out to our advantage. miller who retired from the philadelphia police department after 33 years on the force was shot twice as he left his patrol car to chase nicholas glenn and immediately came under fire from glenn as the gunman entered an alley off 48th and sansom. >> all i do i hope i made my brothers and sisters proud out there doing the job that i was trained to do. >> hired him two years ago, and knew he was a pro, and he did
fabulous job that night. >> reporter: miller recounted how he felt when his wife and two children arrived at the hospital. >> i was happy to see them. very happy. >> 56-year-old miller was shot in the hip and ankle. he left the hospital sunday morning. came to fop headquarters monday night for tailgate party that helped raise funds for miller and wounded sergeant sylvia young who was ambushed by glenn in her patrol car. glenn fired 18 shots into her car. young's vest stopped five shots. three struck her arm and side. she remains hospitalized. >> ask about her as soon as i got in the hospital. i went to see her before i left. i wish her the best, and she definitely dealt with more than i had to deal with. >> reporter: officer miller says he's on the mend and has every intention of going back to work at the job he loves. >> tell the truth. >> i'll be back. i'll be back as soon as i can. >> reporter: that sounds good but no timetable for his return. he would not discuss the shooting incident because it's still under investigation.
two facts on that investigation tonight. police executing a search warrant on the suspect's p and still looking for more information about him at this point they're also trying to trace the weapon they used in the shooting. we'll have more from officer miller coming up at 11:00. iain. >> dave, thank you. on your radar tonight much needed rain moved out of the of our out enough for these campu e on the campus of st. joe's. fall a few days away. >> meteorologist kathy orr. >> the calendar may say fall will it feel like fall iain page? that is going to be the question. take look at our ultimate doppler. you can see the rain is moved off the doppler ray radar scre screen. still seeing clouds clearing through williamsport and hagerstown and that is going to be moving eastward. we do have patchy fog out there as well. temperatures still warm. they haven't budged much since earlier this afternoon. 71 in philadelphia. 64 in the poconos. 70 in wilmington and in dover where the rain is finally gone. you can see the reduced
visibility in atlantic city. down to 2 miles. so patchy fog expected during the early morning hours. we wake up tomorrow morning you can see not a huge range in temperature. 65 in pottstown. philadelphia 69 in the morning. even wrightstown hanging at 69. at 7:00 a.m. so you wake up. you walk out the door it will be dry but guess what? it is going to be humid again. so not a great hair day tomorrow either. humidity sticks around it will be slow to clear and fall will begin but it definitely will be feeling more like summer. we'll talk about that with the seven day later in the broadcast i see you then. >> talk to you soon, kathy. day two tomorrow in the trial of the scandal now known as bridge gate. one defense attorney says his client was only a small fish compared to the others who knew about the closure of the george washington bridge lanes in 2013. prosecutors have charged two former allies of new jersey governor chris christie with several crimes they say bridget kelly and bill baroni created traffic jams near the bridge to
democratic -- punish a democratic mayor who did not endorse chris team the governor never faced a charge in the case. >> the defense will get its chance to make opening arguments in the 2013 center city building collapse. lawyers for the victims opened today six people died and 13 others were injured when a building came crashing down on the salvation army three years ago. this trial combines muddle lawsuits going after the owner, the architect as well as the salvation army and it's expected to last for months. >> a man stormed in a local donut shop, grabbed an employee from behind and asked for money. who he pushed out of the way to make an escape. >> police in deadly stop in oklahoma. what the horrifying damage cam video reveals about the moment african-americaafrican can amers killed. >> when he was shot he laid on the ground bleeding out. without any assistance. >> what the video shows that has
two police officers on leave. and athletes traveling overseas for years for a treatment to keep them off the operating table and now a local hospital is testing the effects to see if it really works. >> usa! usa! >> patriotic chant now banned from some high school sporting events. why students are accused of turning it into an insult. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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were injured in the gunfire. >> it all happened in the cit cities' point breeze section around 4:00 hit this afternoon. fox 29's shawnette wilson fifty five with more on the victims condition. shawnette. >> reporter: the victims are at presbyterian hospital in stable condition. one of them had a baby with her and is lucky the child wasn't hurt. >> right there would be one of them where bullet came and hit and then another one up over there if you see like right next to where the little black thing there's a hole. that would be the other one. >> reporter: zac taylor shows us bullet holes in his point breeze home from a shoot out on the block. it happened just after 4:30 this afternoon. he wasn't home but his neighbor mary was sitting outside. >> sitting here the whole time and thank god she didn't stand up and nothing much she's hard of hearing. she didn't hear the shots. like a blessing in diss spice. she's got angels on her shoulder. >> somewhere opened fire hitting three people. a 32-year-old woman pushing a 10 month old in a stroller was shot in the arm.
the baby wasn't hurt. a 62-year-old woman was shot several times in the leg and a 40-year-old man was also shot in the leg. police say 17 shots were fired from a semi-automatic weapon and they're questioning a man caught running from the scene. >> police found the male who was running from the scene who actually had broken toe who claimed he broke his toe running from the scene. >> reporter: two people who live near the intersection heard the gunshots. >> in succession a couple of houses right next to us and we thought it was the nail gun. >> they hid in the upstairs back room of their home until the gunfire stopped. surprised to learn there was shooting on their block. >> it's been pretty sort of calm in terms of gun violence i'd say about the last year and a half, although several days ago there were a lot of shootings all around the city. >> reporter: police aren't sure who was the intented target and they're still investigate a motive tonight.
iain back to you. >> shawnette, thank you. police in 59 lapped, new jersey, hoping some red die will lead them to a bank robber. police say this guy hit a sun bank this morning on the 1100 block of east landis avenue. he jumped over the counter and grabbed money from the cash drawer what he didn't know he took cash that had dye pack in it which was activated soon after the robbery. if you know anything about this, please give police call. one big party bus near the university of delaware ended with 180 arrests all for underaged drinking. five law enforcement agencies teamed up for friday's big bust in newark. officers say when they wept in they found one person unconscious who had fact had to be taken to the hospital for alcohol overdose that person is however okay. police say those who live in the home are part of unsanctioned fraternity. >> tonight investigators searching for missing rifle and the person who stole it. police say the they have took an ar15 over the weekend at a gun show. fox 29's jeff cole spoke with investigators about the search
for the missing weapon. >> reporter: midday sunday inside a crowded gun show held at the national guard armory in northeast philly and gun dealer michael jones realizes a gun is gone. it's a black barrett ar15 high-powered military style weapon similar to these. jones of northeast firearms holme dale, pennsylvania alerts agents with state attorney general's office and the armory is locked down and a search for the weapon. lieutenant dennis rosenbaum leads the police department's northeast detectives. >> he noticed around noon with a two-hour window that one of the guns had disappeared off the table. the thing that concerns us the most this is an assault rifle, ar15. >> reporter: ar15 lethal in the wrong hands remains missing tonight. on the phone, a northeast firearms worker who wouldn't give his name said he was angry he had lost an expensive gun adding he was surprised law enforcement in the armory didn't see it. he hung up saying he had bigger
issues to deal with. rosenbaum says while not required some dealers use chips and cameras to keep their guns from walking. not this time. >> we did, you know, voice our opinion to him that he should have had these things secured down. >> reporter: he didn't? did he not have them secured. >> no, did he not. >> reporter: didn't have them chained and no video running on his purchases? >> no, not on his table, no. >> reporter: police say the ar15 can be quickly broken down into smaller parts. any delay in alerting authorities would have given thieves a running start. now, bill bill philly police wao find it before somebody pulls the trigger. (gunfire). >> reporter: the chains on the weapons and the video camera on the transactions are not required say police, but they certainly wish this federally licensed firearm dealer had actually had them. in northeast philly, jeff cole, fox 29 news. a man storms into local donut shop, grabs an employee from behind and asked asks for money. who he pushed out of the way to make his escape.
less than week on sale and already people are having problem with the i phone seven. what some owners say their new phone is doing that's making them nervous. it's now a site to remember. those were savagely cut down at the pulse nightclub. how the momentos left behind will live on forever. >> now with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly. good evening, everybody. it was rough day today with all the rain and then tonight we begin a new project along hanover street up here in pottstown. they'll replace the railroad crossing so watch for delays over the next couple of days. work all week weather permitting on 95 between cottman and girard and then watch for those puddles left over from all the rain today for first thing tomorrow morning, and that construction continues on the campus of villanova along route 30. will the roads still be wet? sue has answer. i'll check the jam cams when we see you bright and early tomorrow starting at 4:00.
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thankfully. so if you've got any information, please call police. the family of unarmed man shot dead by police in tulsa, oklahoma is talking to night. >> police have just released dash cam video showing the whole thing as you can imagine many will find it very hard to watch. an friday a police officer responded to a stalled vehicle that belonged to 40-year-old terrence krutscher the dash cam video shows um walking away from police and toward his car with his hands up as he walked up to the driver's side he falls to the ground. what happened? police shocked with him with stun gun then shot him with real begun. now this contradicts what police said on the night of the shooting. they claimed he refused to show his hands and follow commands. you just saw the video. his family is calling for justice. >> we're demanding today immediately that charges are pressed against this officer that was incompetent, that took
my brother's life. we're demanding that and it's time for everybody to demand that this stops and that justice is served. >> officer betty shelby fired the fatal shot she's on administrative leave. the police department is promising a thorough investigation. >> criminal investigation and if you really expect me to carry this forward the way the community is asking the why my oath says i will i can't discuss this any further. it will come out. i will just make this promise to you. we will achieve justice in this case. >> today officials are asking that all protests over the shooting remain peaceful. a massive sink hole at a florida fertilizer plant leaked more than 200 million gallons of contaminated water into the state's main resources of drinking water. just look at this 45-foot wide hole that opened up being ago at the mosaic plant near tampa.
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those explosions which left 29 people injured. >> and tonight we're learning more about the suspect ahmad khan rahami a naturalized u.s. citizen from afghanistan who lived with his family in elizabeth, new jersey. the fbi says rahami was not on their radar. this dramatic video showing the suspect in gun battle with linden, new jersey, police. he was shot after hitting two officers with his weapon. one man who knew the suspect spoke today to fox 29. >> he never say hi to anybody. so the people say hi. he don't say nothing. >> very quite. >> exactly. so when you see him at the face he put the face like this. why i don't know. >> no eye contact. >> exactly. >> for the first time we're seeing two linden police officers hurt in today's shootout with rahami on the left is officer angel padilla who was shot in the leg and bullet proof vest when he walked up to raha rahami. on the right, officer patrick ham rue who a bullet grazed. both will be okay. stay with fox 29 and fox29.com
for any new developments. knee replace many soon be a surgery of the past? some local doctors are working to save patients from going under the knife. but it's not yet approved in the us. >> that's right. fda just sanctioned series of studies at the rothman institute at jefferson to see how effective therapy is. fox 29's joyce evans devils into it all. ♪ >> reporter: ear comes carter. >> he's not going to stop. you cannot stop this guy. >> reporter: strolling into the rothman institute at jefferson to see his surgeon again. >> his life is all about 68 boring and surfing. >> assails boogie border, snowboarder, skier and all around fearless guy. has been for about 30 years. orthopedic sports surgeon bradford tucker see as lot of carter. >> he raises in his backyard. he has a half pipe. >> one of my discs blew out.
i got an epidural. >> he gets hurt a lot. >> ideal with a lot of pain. i have two torn rotator cuffs. >> he refuses to get surgery for that yet. >> but his niece, well -- >> i did a lot of cartilage damage at the time also. >> now in his late 40s carter has screw a lot of scars, a list of procedures and painful arthritis to show for it. >> he has narrowin narrowing oft spaces. it would be like going to the mechanic and him saying your brake patter are wearing out. >> reporter: carter is using ice an brace daily then coming in to get draining and injections repeatedly. >> it wasn't working good sometimes it does. sometimes it works for little while. we exhausted conservative options with carter. >> reporter: a knee replacement, not for carter. too young for that he says. not even cartilage transplant. too much down time for a dare definitely and active dad. >> like an old man i was walking hunched over for two months.
>> safe to say he had become dr. brad tucker's biggest dilemma. >> what do you do now. >> reporter: fda just approved some studies here at jefferson university hospital using stem cells to repair or regenerate joint injuries. they're looking at treatments using the patient's own adult stem cells. >> it's the first fda approved study in the united states. >> reporter: at the same time federal regulators are cracking down on some stem cell treatme treatments and clinics around the country. in the continuing debate over whether most of these alternative therapists reall rey work worth the thousands of dollars and out of pocket costs or if they are even safe. a number of big named athletes reportedly travel overseas to get stem cell treatments for their joint injuries. >> but you can't manipulate stem cells in the united states. so we have a technique where we can take your fat, extract the stem cells and win an hour have
a concentrated stem cell population that we can inject into injured parts of your body. >> reporter: it turns out, carter's long-time surgeon is director of the cartilage restoration center at rothman. >> i squeeze down the pouch of the knee. >> reporter: known for work and research in the field including serious back and spinal injuries. >> it's such a wonderful gift and we may have the answer with stem cells at this time. >> reporter: we caught up with dr. alex vaccaro has he came out of another conventional back surgery. one he hopes stem cells may repair one day. >> going through the safety trials now to make sure it's safe in the human condition. >> reporter: the joint cartilage studies are farther along. >> right now we're doing a study where we're injecting it into knees. deemed safe and preliminary data has been very good and we're now doing a study to see if it actually works. >> he's a greatest patient. >> reporter: report he had the perfect first pretrial subject.
>> he's our guinea pig. >> it's not going to -- i'm not taking anybody else's cells. it was my own cells. i was all in favor. >> reporter: it's all free. but finding fat to liposuction from carter was not easy. or painless. >> that was brutal. dr. tucker says trial patients will still be awake but numbed. >> these are all ways to restore and prevent young people from having their knees replaced. >> reporter: this is carter after two months of healing. >> really don't have any swelling any more. there's no swelling. >> reporter: says he didn't know what improvement to expect out of this patient. >> i was a little skeptical. >> reporter: until saw carter gliding instead of limping. >> not waking with all this pa pain. not every day coming home and icing my knee. >> he'll still be monitored to see fit lasts. >> you know it he's a perfect candidate because it's no joke he'll test it. he's not going to stop. >> reporter: joyce evans fox 29 news. >> the rothman team still needs more people to treat and follow in the stem cell cartilage
repair study there's no age limit but if you have to qualify there's a phone number and link on our website. >> i believe you might need to get that done. >> i might. >> mr. iain page. a couple escaped their home after a plane smashed into it but nobody was inside that plane. the chain of events that led to the fiery crash. usa! >> a patriotic chant now banned from some high school sporting events. why students are accused of turning it no an insult. and less than week on sale and already people are having problem with the i phone seven. what some openers say their new phone is doing that's making them nervous.
the crash four sky divers parachuted out. that's when according to police the pilot noticed some problems with the plane and decided to evacuate as well. so the unmanned aircraft ended up crashing into the home. the ntsb is now investigating what went wrong. in your money, galaxy note seven owners can finally get new phone. the pope has been catching fire because of bad batteries. on friday us regulators issued an official recall. samsung started exchange program in home country of sowm car today. that kicks here next wednesday. samsung changing the color of the battery indicator light to green from white. >> it's been out for less than week some people are reporting i pope seven may have a serious design flaw. they say they're phones make a hissing noise both iphone seven and seven plus have been produ producing his hissing sound when subject to do a heavy processor workload like if you're gaming. they continue to function the but is sound to be alarming
because usually they don't make any noise. apple has not commented on the issue. some are wondering if new ban one high school football conference goes too far. >> here's the deal. the students are no longer allowed to chant usa! >> usa! usa! >> yeah, the patriotic chant is banned. last i check we were in america. conference leaders say students don't use it to show support for our country, however. they say it now stands for an insult thrown at opposing teams. >> you bleep or you bleep. what if a student does want to chant usa showing support for their country? for the -- that's not something rude. >> that's where the fine line. how do we know that he or she is doing that. how do we know we're not demeaning a team. but if that's what they're doi doing, then that school has to deal with that. >> so chanting u. is a dressed in red, white and blue proudly showing the flag could get a student kick out of
an event. even banned from sporting events. but how the schools handle each case is up to them. >> it's now a site to remember. those who were savagely cut down at the pulse nightclub in orlando. how the momentos left behind will live on forever good group of knoll college students are trying to get into the guiness book of world records watch they're trying to eat and make to make it into the record books. >> kathy orr tracking your forecast. >> yes, sir. we're talking about another warmup across the he john. the deep south seeing warm air. that is going to be back in the delaware valley just like that. details coming up when we come back. //www.evertz.com>[a5df]
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♪ in south jersey marine wildlife officials are blaming human end action for the dental of a hump back aisle. the marine mammal stranding center says the young whale washed up on the beach friday was and tangled in fishing line hadn't been hit by a ship. entanglement and fishing gear kills thee hundred whales, dolphins and pour pisses every single year. ship drags are enormous problem. >> judge allowing more 911 calls to be released to the florida
nightclub shooting. today judge margaret schreiber dismissed a lawsuit from the city of orlando that tried to stop the release. the city had argued that the calls were exempt from the states public record law. media groups sued the city for the records after omar mateen opened foyer at the pulse nightclub killing 49 people. meanwhile more than thee months after the shooting the fence that has surrounded pulse nightclub is coming down. >> memorial is going up to honor the victims. new barrier will be little closer to the nightclub and further from the street. today crews started collecting momentos left at the scene such as teddy bears and notes. the new fence will feature the same images along with works of local artists. orange county history center was on hand to help archive some of the items. >> there are a lot of different factors we have to take in account so we can do the best job of getting these items the care they need so that they will be preserved for the long term to be add to this collection. >> we're just moving it we're not taking it away.
that was big concern. it's a little too soon to take it away. >> new fence at a collaboration between the owners of pulse the city of orlando and the orange county regional history center. a georgia congressman and civil rights leader honored tonight here in philadelphia. representative john lewis was awarded the liberty medal tonight at the constitution center. lewis fought for voting rights in the 1960s working alongside dr. martin luther king, jr. tonight lewis called the award a great and special honor and says he was never trying to win an award with his work. >> we were just ordinary people. we had an extraordinary vision to live in society that wee he respected dig at the and the worth of every human being. >> lewis told the crowd they made him cry tonight and he will never forget this evening. temple students are now officially gwynnedd world record holder glass that's right. they broke the world record for most peanut butter and jelly san witches made in one little hour.
the students broke the record with 49,100 sandwiches. that's about 9800 sandwiches more than the old record. 1100 students made the sandwiches using thousands of pounds of peanut butter and jelly but they didn't do it just for the accolades. they donated each and every sandwich to local food banks. >> i have been sleeping and dreaming about pb and j day for about two months now. so it will be extremely satisfying if we're able to break the guiness world record for moment sandwiches made in an hour but just donating them is make it feel good about this event. >> all those san witches went to more than 15 food banks and shelters throughout our area tom your fox 29 weather authority now. meteorologist kathy orr to tell fuss we'll see any more rain. >> not tonight, lucy. we have some of those temple -- proud temple made students here m our interns are even in the studio. maybe a peep. give a little clap, guys.
(applause). >> we love our temple interns. take look outside. you can see old city philadelphia pretty quiet. still few puddles here and there but temperatures on the mild side. muggy as well. fun degrees the temperature. the high today 76. the wind is calm it is very quiet out there. but it's still sticky. you can see the clearing line to the west a few showers offshore there's still a chance for south jersey and delaware to see random scattered shower during the overnight or tomorrow. we did take a little bit of a dent or a bite out of the drought. you can see today in philadelphia over an inch of rain. just about half an inch below average now. we're close to 2-inches below normal as of yesterday. temperatures still mild and they will stay that way overnight. still sticky with dew point temperatures in the 60s and 70s so going from muggy to oppressive with that humidity and that will stick around at least for another 24 hours or so. you can see the future fox cast right here showing a few showers possibly bubbling up tomorrow offshore. moving on shore through south
jersey and delaware. other than that we see a partly cloudy sky during the day tomorrow. and skies beginning to clear. after that, heat building in the south. driving toward the northeast with a jet stream well to the north. by midweek, it will be feeling ate like summer. wednesday is the last day of summer but even thursday as fall begins it will be unseasonably warm with temperatures running by five to 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. it certainly has been very warm september. in the city overnight 69. in the suburbs 62. mostly cloudy skies with a spotty shower or two far to the south and east of the city. tomorrow 82 with mix of sun and clouds. it will be muggy. as you plan your day, breakfast time 69 degrees. by lunch 80. 81 in the afternoon and during the dinner hour the sun gets lower in the sky. 79 degrees. as we look ahead on our seven day forecast from your weather authority, a perfect 10 for wednesday. why not? sunny and warm it's the last day of summer. fall begins thursday.
just as nice friday still dry that will be the peak of the heat and then we see things begin to change. saturday more clouds, 82. a front moves through. and sunday for the birds it will be feeling like football weather. get the jersey, get the sweatshirt. if degrees on sunday. by monday feeling like fall. morning lows in the 50s. afternoon highs in the 70s. wow! we have a temple game coming up this week as well. that's a look at the weather. now let's send it over to my pal sean bell. hey sean. >> kathy the eagles on high are the now they're in action and everything going well thanks to jay cutler and we'll listen to sam bradford and what he had to say about his first start with the vyke plus the phillies are out of the play off picture but the mets still fighting for that wild card spot. see if they can get it done next in sports.
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solo shot. 23rd straight game with a hit. then in the fourth free man at it again double to left field. two more runs come in the mets lose seven-three and the nationals basically have this nl east on lock. trying to see if they can catch the giants for the number one seed. the cubs for the number one se seed. the nats beat the marlins four-three. 6.5 backs in back of the cubs for the nl lead. the eagles looking to make a statement on monday night football. carson wentz trying to announce his rival to the national stage. they're in act against the bears right now. due to nfl restrictions we can't show you the highlights but here's a few stats. eagles currently up 23-seven in the fourth quarter. carson wentz he's looking great. another game where he's almost perfect. 19 for 31. one rower i don't yards and touchdown. jordan matthews five catches with 64 yards and jay cutler, he's stinking it up. 12 for 17, 157 yards with a
fumble and an interception both led to touchdowns. cutler left the game with a tipping injury. status we do not gnome go to sam brad for the guy we got rid of for carson wentz and the vikings feel pretty happy. yesterday adrian peterson getting hurt bradford carried that of offense to win to the packers who are huge favorites and supposed to win that division. pass by bradford 22 for 31. 286 yards and two touchdowns. no int's played great game was really excited about his vikings debut. >> tonight this building was rocking and our fans were tremendous, um, i think a lot of credit goes to them. they were having a hard time communicating. at times we were having a hard time communicating because it was so loud in there, but it's fun when you get to play in at months fierce like that much it's not adversary every week fun. you don't get to play in front
of crowds like that all the time so when you do it's special. >> vikings looking like real play off contender. >> clemson south state game. he throws it to the ref stealing kneeling. clemson goes and gets it that's a touchdown. that happened his scholarship has got to go. you kneel the ball. clemson wins 59-zero. this game got so bad they had to shorten the second half. both teams agreed to it instead of 15 minutes they played 12 minutes in both the third and fourth quarter and with that they should have ended the game right there. scholarship revoke. let me show you some other dumb plays like college students. i know your not pros but you got to know better than. >> you know that, south carolina got a loft in ton may that game. >> oh yeah. >> we still get paid off of it. >> exactly they do. >> that's the way it is. >> all right lucy what's coming
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♪ >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 11. (gunfire). >> phone video captures the moment police got into a gun fight with a man authorities say is connected to terror tack a across new york and new jersey. ahmad khan rahami is now in custody tonight charged with attempted murder. the bullets started flying this morning after a bar owner discovered him sleeping in a doorway of his establishment. good evening, i'm lucy noland. here's what we know right now. in many fast developing story. prosecutors have charged rahami tonight with five counts of a item murder of a police officer. he is now in jail on more than $5 million bail. investigators still trying to figure out if anybody else was involved in the bombings. now those explosions hit a train