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this in making our day. >> brian sent this in eagles win taste good. >> what? that coffee. >> celebrate, this is the best. warren found this one. >> wentzsylvania, welcome you. >> yes. >> officially moved yet. sue, someone else just said regardless of what you say the number is, it is a ten because we are flying high. >> the moodies a ten, to take and we have got a nine because we will get clouds and little chill toy start it the is a ten. >> yes, you can make it whatever you want it to be. bus stop buddy is here, with us, a jacket on. a good idea to wear either sweater, quitter shirt or something this morning because temperatures are in the the 40's and 50's. we have four two-way up in the mountains. forty-eight in lancaster. the trenton 47. 49 degrees in wilmington and then, atlantic city the at the airport it the is 49 degrees
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but it is getting brighter out. fifty-four at the airport. sun rise happening at 6:53 officially. it is looking good out there. it is just on the chilly side. that rain will a live not during the day but at the night sometime after sunset depending where you live with an overnight low of 65 degrees. we will to talk more about that rain and what kind of week it will be in a few minutes but bob kelly, you are kind of bus think morning. >> it the is busy. everybody is in a good mood sitting in the jam this morning. live look at i-95 north bound, between bridge, and cottman avenue. everybody is push off to the right, that is because of the accident here, which is taking out the two left lanes. here comes sun glare popping northbound and then south on i-95 we have been seeing a motorcade of fire fighters from bucks county making their way down to wilmington to pay that are respects to the wilmington fire fighters. problems coming from new jersey, overturn tractor
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trailer, on the ramp, from 42 to go north on 295, right in the bellmawr interchange here and that is causing a whole mess of traffic delays coming in through and through bellmawr. your best bet coming north on 295 use the new jersey turnpike right around it. you are trying to get in the city, north on the 42 freeway, even if you do not use that ramp to 295 traffic is bumper to bumper here. you want to use black horse pike route 168 to get you around the mess and up and over whitman without a delay. chris and lauren, back over to you. tonight hillary clinton and donald trump will go head to head for the first time in their debate. watch the action live from hofstra university in new york. this is first of three debates for these two candidates. topics to be discussed america's direction, achieving prosperity and securing the country. "fox news"'s doug luzader in new york at the debate site, stay tune we will have a live report with him and from him in just a few minutes as
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preparations continue this morning. >> make sure fox 29 is your place for the dean. our very own bruce gordon will have live coverage from hofstra and you can watch it all live at 9:00 o'clock right here on fox 29. then we will follow it up with a wrap up on fox 29 with iain and lucy. >> by the way, if you watched this debate tonight on fox 29, we want to know how you feel in real time. have your phone in hand while watching and go to the fox 29 news app click on rate your debate, put in your political apart i and a gree and disagree with what candidate are saying anytime during the debate and see results coming in real time. keep it clean, folks, okay. time is 7:03. in glenside a man is in custody after pulling gun out at abington police. officers acting quickly to get that weapon away from the suspect this happened at limekiln pike and mount carmel avenue. the three two-year old man was being questioned during a welfare check. then he pulled out a gun police tried to get ate waste
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wrestling him to the ground. the gun fired, five times, luckily the bull deaths not hit anyone. we're told those officers injured their shoulder during that scuffle though. investigation and mourning continues in wilmington delaware. >> two fire fighters died while battling a fire in the row home over the weekend. sabina kuriakose live near one of the firehousees, sabina, they have just put up the flag at half staff. we saw that live in the 6:00 o'clock hour of "good day philadelphia". >> reporter: right at sunrise, let me step out of the way here we do see that one of the fire engines, with black bunting is preparing to leave the firehouse now. the it is not clear whether they are calling or heading out over to prepare for this procession that will carry the bodies of these two fallen officers from the me's office to their respective funeral homes. again, this is station number six, engine six, firehouse for lieutenant christopher leach, one of the fallen fire fight hours died over the weekend a
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and black bunting hanging on the engine here and on the firehouse. now lets go to photos of these two fallen fire fighters 51 year-old jerry fickes and 41 year-old lieutenant leach, they died in the row home fire not far from here on lake view road on saturday in the first floor of the home they were in caved in due to the fire. we have video to show you incredibly moving video from yesterday as fire fighter fickes's collogues put up a shrine around his locker and black bunting and photos and rosery. they have put up a cross where they say the last cross where their fallen brother had ever done. lets come back out here live to this firehouse. we are awaiting the beginning of the procession that will escort the bodies of these two fallen fire fighters, from the medical examiner's office where their bodies have been since saturday to the funeral homes where this city is preparing to say good bye. it starts 8:30. we will be there. chris and lauren, back to.
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police are still looking for a person who hit a man on castor air knew and drove away victim died from that crash. it happened around 1:30 yesterday afternoon. witness telling us that the driver ditched the car a few blocks from the scene, and police are hoping to identify the suspect. they have not yet released the name of that victim. let's talk eagles. >> yeah. >> three times, it is a charm. >> when you say third time is a charm we loved the first two. >> we did but first two were like okay, carson wentz looked good professionally, first two games but this next game with the steelers was going to be a huge match up. >> this is first real test because of the offense that the steelers brought the in the link with ben roethlisberger, antonio brown and crew. the steelers were expect to go to the super knoll year. now the eagles might be expect to dot same thing, lauren dawn johnson. >> that is what some people are saying after the blow out, dave kinchen you are in place where fans have have high hopes for this team, is that right.
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>> reporter: and in a word, wow. sorry. i'm excited. people are excited, across the area, i think person doing audio just freaked out because level just spiked, sorry about that. lets go to the highlights. we have a lot of highlights. we have carson wentz scrambling and, of course, he hit darren sproles for a 73-yard touchdown there. it was like magic. you also had two rushing touchdowns, eagles fans, you know, they are loving this new team. >> i think eagles are kicking butt. i think we have a good pick as a quarterback and i think we have a great season ahead of us, it is about time. >> the play calling, defense, the whole game, how can you not be excited about this. >> but i say it is a great day. they improved themselves as
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contender, player and this is year of the coach. >> the year of the defense, also, how about this defense, all over ben roethlisberger stripping the ball from him and sacking him four times. in the end, the eagles steam rolled, steam rolled the steelers, 34-three. it was magical. back to you guys. >> you talk about the defense, the steelers had about 200 fewer yard yesterday then they had in the first two games when they were two and zero coming in the linc. pressure that fletcher cox and that team put on roethlisberger all game was difference in the game. >> championship worthy defense would i say. >> see that guy in the yellow shirt going behind you, when he comes out try to get his reaction. >> yes, we will, as soon as he gets his calfe. >> do they get free coffee. >> bob will talk about our sponsor dunkin' donuts and what they are doing with this win. >> he is inside scoop. >> we have some a sad sporting news, two stories in, fact.
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we will begin with golfing legend arnold palmer. he died yesterday in his native pennsylvania at the age of 87. many called him the king. others just around i. either way he was one of the greatest players of all time. palmer won seven major championships including four masters. he was well men for philanthropy, political ties and sports marketing pioneer, palmer helped show america golf was a sport worth watching. >> he came out to the first t it was like a prize fighter entering the ring, and then he would stand there and he would look in the gallery and catch your eye and made you feel like you were the most important person in the world. >> golf course is, clothing lines, tournaments all carry his name, to this day half lemonade, half iced tea drink he preferred is call the arnold palmer. also more sad supporting news. >> tribute on the scoreboard at marlins park in miami and number 16 painted on the pitchers mound as fans
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expressed their condolences by leaving flowers and card in front of the stadium. >> major league baseball has lost one of the rising stars, in miami, marlins pitcher jose fernandes killed during a boating accident. >> baseball player's boat hit roxanne capsized at entrance to miami harbor. two other people died. none of them were wearing a life vest. the authorities say they are in the early stage of their investigation but they do not believe alcohol or drugs were involved. the 24 year-old pitcher left cuba and became a fan favorite in the major leagues. yesterday the marlins game against the atlanta braves was cancelled. fernandes was about to become a father, to a baby girl. >> just 24 years old and so much promise and about to be a dad for the first time. what a loss. >> so sad. police in washington are looking in the background of the man accused of killing five people in a macy's store on friday, court record show that 20 year-old arcan cetin, had more than half a dozen criminal cases on his record, in the island count a loan
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since 2013. cetin was captured nearly 24 hours after friday night's shooting, and investigators still do not the know why he did it. lets take a look the at this, video release by police in charlotte over the weekend showing shooting death of the four three-year old keith lemont the scott. police had said scott had a gun and pointed it at officers but you cannot see that, in the videos. scott's family maintains he did not have a weapon and they say that the new videos do not the support the officer's claim. last night charlotte's mayor lifted a midnight curfew that had been in place since last week. we are bracing for what could be one of the most watched political spectacles in u.s. history, tonight the first presidential debate, between donald trump and hillary clinton. >> first of three where nominees will square off, it all takes place at hofstra university in new york where doug luzader is preparing this morning. what is the atmosphere like right now.
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aim guessing all kind of media set up. we understand about a hundred million americans will watch this debate. >> reporter: yes, it is certainly possible. if that is the case it will break every record that we have seen for presidential debates. but this is a venue behind me, and, and, audience, and, it is what really counts. >> one stage, two podiums, 90 minutes on the clock that is what donald trump and hillary clinton will be contending with in their first debate. both have been preparing with clinton taking several days off the trail her campaign manager confident that her experience and preparations will show through. >> we will have a lot of people really tuning into this election for the first time. they will see these two candidates on the stage. they will see donald trump is unfit, unprepared and over his head. i doubt he will have a command of the issues. >> there has been hillary clinton provoking donald trump on this stage tonight and get an over reaction. that strategy may even
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involved the audience with the clinton campaigning inviting trump critic and billion air mark cuban to sit right here. trump fired back and jennifer flowers, who has been link to former president bill clinton should be here too, something that the cam paper said won't happen. and for trump it may be. and. >> and in america, that he is ready to be president and command inner chief. >> and part of that is about looking presidential, with the trump campaign releasing a photo of the meeting yesterday with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. clinton met with him too, both keenly aware of how much is at stake tonight. >> to 100 million people, 8 percent are undecided you could move four or five or 6 million debate and that is enough to win this thing. >> viewer ship of 100 million would be staggering, but it is certainly possible. previous record by the way for
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a presidential debate 80 mill viewers tune in 1980 for carter/reagan debate. country was smaller then but we may see that record shattered tonight. back to you guys. >> i remember when it was reagan mondale four years ago that and big turning point about age where reagan had a great little quip there we will go back to what 1960, first televised debate between nixon and jfk. they said jfk may have won that raiser edge margin because of that debate. >> we will see. >> reporter: that brought debates in the main stream in the television age and that speculation that nixon won that debate if he you listened to it on radio but watching it on tv ) fk was clear winner. >> interesting. >> you are fantastic on tv. i don't know burr radio work tv you are a winner. >> thanks for radio. >> stop it. >> very handsome, talented, intelligent doug luzader live
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from hofstra university in new york report rorrer thanks, guys. >> it just goes to show body language, reactions or your facial expressions all play into this. convention is like a commercial but the debates are the real show. >> yes. >> that is when you see it all. >> would i never want to debate you. >> you should hear her in the news room sitting next to me. >> sue, good morning. >> i am witness to that every day and i can't disagree with you, chris. >> we've got a need for some rain. we have not had much this month. thinks last couple of days of september, believe it or not, coming up, so we need about an inch and a third of rain to get the where we should be and i think we will get it with you have to look up here in cleveland to see where rain is now. it is not expect to arrive here until later on. we will show you what will happen. we will see clouds after lunchtime kind of building in, maybe a sprinkle or two in lancaster but the real rain doesn't come in until well after sunset, maybe nine or ten or 11:00 o'clock. it rains on and off in the
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overnight hours and front stalls down to the the south. we will see rain continuing through the day, and, down in southern delaware, in southern new jersey, and stay tuned, as that front doesn't stall that far down south we could get more rain around here but it looks like a pretty sharp line there between sunshine and the rain tomorrow, and even into perhaps early wednesday morning. that is the deal. it is 54 degrees in philadelphia 75 is our high to daze. seventy-four tomorrow and some clouds lingering on wednesday. we have to see what that front decides to do to let you know what kind of day we will have on wednesday but be prepared for rain, really almost every day this weekend into early saturday morning potentially but keep in mind bob kelly, we need it. >> we do, sue, 7:16. you you will need a jumbo coffee for that delay coming in from new jersey. dunkin' donuts our sponsor. they have a free coffee, you have to sign up for that dunkin' app, in order to get
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the freeze coffee but look at the freeway here we are bum ber to bumper into the ramps for 295. we have an overturn tractor trailer on the ramp from 42 to go north on 295. if you use this stretch you know these ramps are all combined together here and it is causing havoc at that interchange. northbound 42 we are bumper to bumper all the way in toward philadelphia. even if you don't use the ramp you are backup. best bet black horse pike route 168 is your best way to get around it, coming north from say swede bureau, paulsboro, avoid 295 and just use the new jersey turnpike this morning. another accident, kelly drive at mid veil, right at the falls bridge there that is causing delays and then north on 476, it is something that popped up to day and it sound god. >> guess what today is? it is national pancake day. >> wait a minute now you. >> look at that big stack. >> look at the butter. >> i put up on my facebook is
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what your favorite topping for tall stack. >> honey. >> i never had honey before. >> it is so good. >> lets do some hone let's do it. >> chris and honey, back over to you. >> have you ever had that. >> honey. >> so good. >> you need syrup. >> too sticky, too sweet. >> you are so picky with food, there is no beef on your teeth, no pork on your fork and if something is too sweet for you. >> i don't need a dessert for breakfast. >> you are only person who doesn't eat chocolate. >> i know, that is how i was made, okay. >> we love you for who you are. >> i love to. >> do you love eagles. >> i do. >> but they probably are fans today. probably love seeing rivals lose, rather than seeing us win. what do you like more. >> well, no we have to have eagles win first, and it is fun to watch. you are losing like last year then you are miserable.
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remember everybody gets hurt and they all lose. >> this is what happened yesterday. >> he went off. >> she was pretty upset when giants played yesterday, after a week of trash talking, josh norman went into etan trum on the side line. it happened after that play. eli manning throws a interception late in the game. well, beckham was not the intended receiver but he wasn't happy though. watch what happened. >> he chats. >> i was open man, hit me. >> he went nuts. kicking, screaming has an adult temper tantrum. he hit the net with the helmet and it hits him back in the head. >> he get in to it. giants lose that one,.
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>> good. >> i hope giants lose every game the rest of the year. >> hits him back in the face. >> that is bad karma, right. >> yes. >> try to be all tough and then it hits him in the head, right. >> this is potential bad news for those taking a flight this fall, why you could see extra long lines, at the airport, congress doesn't act, fast. and snap chat from your phone to your iwear. how company hopes it new glasses will make you snap even easier. but first your winning lottery numbers. approve this message.
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i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she's a slob. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect? i can't say that either.
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katiejoey, ricky, eileen,hnny, me, and colleen...immy, all 10 of us raised on a policeman's salary and a mom working as a restaurant hostess. imagine trying to do that today, with washington looking out for the favored few. i'll bring a different point of view to the u.s. senate - working class roots and the mother of three, i'll put middle class families ahead of wall street. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message because it's your turn to get ahead. you signed up for that early to tsa express line thing on line, i wish i had, because the wait at reno airport was, like 20 minutes just to get through security. >> can you imagine, congress
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doesn't act quickly on the budget the those lines could be even longer, isn't that right lauren. >> yep. sunday that is start of the new fiscal year and if congress doesn't have a budget deal in place by then to you remember right before summer those hours long waits at security checkpoint at nation's airport people were missing their flights. airlines were inn visiting gist to help figure this out. they solved it because with the airlines did and tsa did is hired thousands of tsa work tours come in and help out. make lines more faster. it work. 92 percent of flyers this summer waited 15 minutes or less. >> nice. >> those long lines, if the tsa budget is not renewed it might be done. >> i have noticed even with tsa precheck and some airports, they shut the those lines down early because they just don't have enough staff to keep them opened. >> yep, i saw that this weekend, actually. guy next to me was doing it and it was messed up and he
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waited in my line and i don't have it. >> you know what i got yesterday, for the first time, a pat down. i didn't take my lap top out of my bag and then i had to get pat down. >> yes. >> there should be a two drink minimum for that and people watching me and he is going up in my buttocks area, back of my hand and giving the whole thing. >> i needed a cold shower when i was done with this guy. >> you ended up on someone's snap chat. >> as you transition, to snap chat glasses. >> probably. >> you didn't have the spectacles on for that what is going on with snap chat. >> they are selling spectacles later this fall, basically smart glasses, sunglasses, they come in bright blue, carol or black. they are really obvious on your face. the whole point, it is to record video the way you see it from your point of view. then automatically get that video to up load on snap, snap
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chap it is call snap, the app is still snap chat but company changed its name. you can snap that to your friends. speaking of, at the airport someone asked to keep in touch with me. i had a great conversation. they asked for my snap account, i guess to keep in touch. i was just like, what about my phone number. >> or e-mail address. >> was this some lady or some young man. >> very young man it wasn't like what you are thinking. i was very much his senior, but i was said wow, my snap info. >> millennials. >> did he see the giant rock on your finger. >> it wasn't like that. >> i got a pat down at the airport too. >> really. >> it was a strange one. she told me everything that she was going to do verbally. okay, just do it. she dit. it was quick and easy. but yeah, much different. >> mine wasn't quick and there
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is nothing easy about it. >> it was horrifying. >> thank you. >> we will see the bird in two weeks. they have a bye week this coming sunday. >> for now three-zero, huge win over steelers, but some daughters are now saying maybe i should jump on wentz wagon. >> you know everybody was celebrating before and after the game but what about the hang over this morning, right, and that headache. how about this a new alcohol promises to fight no hang over. straight ahead. when it comes to risking social security on the stock market... pat toomey wrote the book. "i'm...i've got a whole chapter in my book where i... specifically lay out how i think we should...
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paying tribute to a legend from presidents to fellow golfers we will take a closer look at how the arnold palmer or how arnold palmer is remembered this morning. does your employer have the right to tell you how to wear your hair? a state and federal court say yes, so part of this ruling that some are now calling flat out racist. all right. 7:30 this morning on this monday after a eagles win, sue serio, some say a line, this should be a ten. >> you are right, it probably is for the at least our mood. bus stop buddy is happy wearing eagles cap and we have added shades and this is first morning since school started that he is wearing a sweat shirt because you look at the temperatures. they are in the 40's and 50's this morning. forty-eight in reading.
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forty-two in will allentown. even with the sun coming up, 54 in the city, 52 in wildwood, 53 in dover. this is what it looks like great looking start to the the day we have a beautiful day yesterday. 54 degrees. we will start off with sunshine but eventually some clouds from this cold front moving in from west to east. clouds moving in first and then we will get rain. here's break down chilly start but sunshine, mix of sun and clouds by lunchtime and gets cloudy by later this afternoon should get the a high of 74 or 75 depending when those clouds roll in getting ready for much needed rain bob kelly we will break it down coming up. 7:31. good monday morning, everybody as we get ready to roll eastbound on the schuylkill slow go and one year ago today, this was the only vehicle that was moving around center city without a problem, the pope mobile passing the camera. one year ago today was when pope arrived here in philadelphia and big celebration there on the
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parkway. here we are live look at 42 freeway coming in toward philadelphia, bumper to bumper to bumper all because of the tractor trailer accident that has ramps from 42 to 295 blocked right here in bellmawr, in the construction zone, and that is causing havoc, here's way to get around it. leaving the house from paulsboro, swede bureau and avoid 295 and use the new jersey turnpike. coming from south jersey trying to get in toward philadelphia, use the black horse pike route 168 that will get you up to the whitman and also give you access to the ramps there for 295. another accident, kelly drive, and mid veil, also delays on i-95 north with sun glare and we had earlier delays with the fire fighter motorcade making their way from bucks county to wilmington to pay their respects to the fallen fire fighter. thirty minute delays on the septa's norristown high speed line. >> all right. back over to you. >> thanks, bob. heart pounding moments for
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police after an even counter with a gunman in glenside abington police officers in a frantic struggle to get suspect's weapon before someone gets shot. this all happening in the area of limekiln pike and mount carmel avenue around midnight, according to officials the three two-year old man was being questioned during a welfare check. all of a sudden he pulled out the gun, police tried to get ate waste from him wrestling him to the ground. gunfires five times but luck liz bullets did not hit anyone. the officers were able to disarm the man and take him in custody. we're told one officer injured his shoulder during that scuffle. a procession is planned to honor two wilmington fire fighters died saturday 567891 year-old jerry fickes and 41 year-old christopher leach died while battling a fire on lake view road. their bodies will be moved from the medical examiner's office, to funeral homes. black bunting drapes the firehousees and fire trucks in honor of those two men. two other fire fighters were
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serious liz injured. america is mourning the death of the two greats in the sporting world first arriving star in baseball, chris murphy has these details. >> good morning we will start with the death of miami marlins pitcher, jose fernandes killed during a freak boating accident. it capsized, the entrance to the the miami harbor. two other people died, none of them was wearing a life vest. authorities say they are in the early stage of the up investigation but don't believe alcohol or drugs were involved. twenty-four year-old hoe say fernandes was about to be a father to a baby girl. jose fernandes recently posted on instagram with this message to to his pregnant girlfriend i'm so glad you came into my life i'm ready for where this journey will take us together what a saddened go to his life. last night world loss perhaps the greatest golfer of all time arnold palmer died in pittsburgh. he had heart problems.
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he was 87 years old. when knew him as king or just arnold he transcended the game to be one of the professional sports first real big stars. he won seven major championships including four masters titles. palmer change the sport of golf turning his passion and talent in to a multi million-dollar empire from endorsement deals, clothing lines, golf course is he design, tournaments he hosted, the world took notice. he even had the award of the presidential medal of freedom in 2004, by president bush, such a sad loss. >> for all who loved the game of golf and for those who loved to see it played there has never been a sight in the game quite like arnold palmer. >> five years later palmer received congressional gold medal and also well men for his philanthropy. here's is what being said about palmer on twitter. rory mcilroy posting remember special times i spent with mr. e
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pie mere for our sport, forever remembered. tiger woods tweeted thanks arnold for your friendship, council and laughs your philanthropy and humility are part of your legend. hard to imagine golf without you or anyone more important to the game then the king. president obama i'm a huge fan, here's to the king, who was an extraordinary and liked, as he was generous to others. thanks for the memories, air knoll. lauren, you met arnold palmer in florida. you said he was a great the guy. >> i had a pleasure of meeting him at a charity event, very humble, sweet, kind hearted, wearing a smile and at children's hospital, and, children's hospital named after his wife, winnie. coming up new developments in the divorce between brad pitt and angelina jolie why brad can't get in touch with his estranged wife now.
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actor calling for boycott in the recent police shooting. >> gray is a national the my star, he wants every inning is will african-american to boycott work and school today. >> facebook he post imagine if every single african-american in the united states that was fed up were being angry, sad, and disgusted would pick one day to simply stay at home, from every single job. work site, sports arena and government office in the united states of america. i'm sure that within 72 hours from wall street to nfl, black lives would matter. september 26th, 2016 is the day. >> well, saturday's rally with people from beginning to end, betty shelby shot 40 year-old terence croucher last week after his suv stopped in the middle of the road, she is now being charged with first degree manslaughter. and, it has been lifted in charlotte north carolina massive police presence for yesterday's game with the panthers and vikings. protesters angry over the
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death of keith scott, threatened to shut down all roads. and the protests followed release of police dash cam, and body cameras video, of that shooting. >> interesting though it is protests. >> isaiah washington's. >> yeah. >> i don't know if i would understand you who it would benefit those protesting. some people have to go to work. they rely on that money. you need that money. i don't know if that is feasible for a lot of people. >> i haven't seen a lot of him since grace anatomy. we didn't put his picture up but would you know his face if you saw him. interesting. >> all right. the eagles, three and zero. >> yeah. >> who saw this coming, right. >> right. >> a huge win over steelers proving the daughters wrong, how about this defense, all right. we're all on the wentz wagon this defense could be the best in the league. we will have our experts weigh in straight ahead.
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jen fred, good morning. >> bye this weekend so how about halloween for the grown ups. it is a winery and you can trick or treat. come back to chad forward and we will tell you all about this great, grace adult weekend. katie mcginty: franny, johnny, mikey, maureen, jimmy,
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joey, ricky, eileen, me, and colleen... all 10 of us raised on a policeman's salary and a mom working as a restaurant hostess. imagine trying to do that today, with washington looking out for the favored few. i'll bring a different point of view to the u.s. senate - working class roots and the mother of three, i'll put middle class families ahead of wall street. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message because it's your turn to get ahead.
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good morning, i mentioned last time around, this time one year ago, the pope was
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rolling into town here, things are rolling much better here on the 42 freeway. this is a live look at 42 northbound, bumper to bumper as you work your way out of new jersey from the atlantic city expressway all the way into the ramps for 295 overturn tractor trailer, it happened before we got started here this morning blocking the ramp from 42 to go north on 295 and that is also causing delays for everyone heading north on 295, itself, it is right there, in that hot and heavy construction zone, in bellmawr. so your best bet, best alternate leaving the house right now trying to get in toward the city, use the black horse pike 168 will get you up abe around into the the walt whitman and avoid grid lock on the freeway and coming from say paulsboro or swedesboro and head north use the new jersey turnpike. an accident on the kelly drive at mid veil causing delays and westbound on the schuylkill we're jammed up from the boulevard out to belmont,
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inbound on the schuylkill, a little bit of sun glare at the conshohocken curve but i don't know how long that sun will hang out, sue has the answer though she's coming up next in 15 secondses. we're starting off with sunshine, bob's right, high pressure in control from the weekend but we have a cold front heading our way and that means clouds, first and then rain. it doesn't look like rain will happen until after sunset, but there could be a few heavy downpours in the overnight hours and in the early part of tomorrow and we have to figure out where exactly this front is going to stall and it will keep us rain south of philadelphia, but will that rain sneak back in for tuesday, that is big question, and maybe even for wednesday. we will see rain well to the
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north and west right now, clear skies at the moment but as we look at the future cast here come the clouds, rain, and maybe eight or 9:00 it starts to roll role in, by 11:00 it is raining on and off and continuing through early morning hours of tuesday. here's seven day forecast, 57 today, early sunshine cloud taking over later. showers in the morning tomorrow, and lingering at shore tomorrow night but wednesday looks kind of cloudy and more rain possible thursday, friday, and sat take but but with the try august and september so far we really do need the rain chris murphy. >> we do. we don't need anymore good news about the eagles. we are three and zero, folks. how about this eagles saving their best performance for the toughest team so far this year. hey pittsburgh steelers their worst lost in more than 25 years. mike tomlin's worst loss as a coach, point wise, they got started early when they
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blocked field gola tempt to the first drive, all eagles from there, carson wentz lead the way throwing for 301-yard in a defense that was dominant, four sacks and forcing two turnovers. eagles go on to route the steelers, 34-three. this play sealed the deal a 73-n scrambling in the end zone by mr. sproles, our experts here break it down we have david uram, garry cobb, former eagles player for us and cowboys and here's sean brace. >> yes. >> cowboys, they are two-one. >> yes. >> biggest rival at this point. >> they have a young rookie quarterback leading the way. >> so do we. >> everybody is on the went wagon as president obama so happily put it last week at a campaign rally two weeks ago. we thought going into this game this is his first real test against a really good team, sean brace are you surprise by how mr. wentz did.
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>> yes, rookie quarterback, outstanding what he is doing. doug pederson should get a lot of c bottom line if there is no defense for perfect pass and when you see carson wentz dropping back ill lewding defenders, sliding up in the pocket something we have not seen since donovan mcnabb quite frankly and he is just doing it so crisp. you have to be surprised with the way wentz is playing right now. >> no doubt about it. but the thing is, that is amazing his perception of the game. his mental acute, the fact he is so calm, he sees everything. he makes adjustments at line of scrimmage. doug is letting him play at a level right the now where only a veteran really plays at. >> if you think back, and we will get you in a minute but different between play calling last year with the graphics signs and differences and then you just have carson wentz out there and he kind of looks like payton manning looking at
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the field and calling audibles. >> changing the play. the fact that he would let a rookie do that talks about the confidence that he has in him. the kiddies smart beyond his years. thankfully he was playing in this type of system in college. only veteran quarterback do that when they come and they just let them call the play on the field and let things keep running. doug is doing a great job. >> you mentioned chip kelly. carson wentz was a quarterback that people say were meant for chip kelly's offense, mobile quarterback a guy that can make plays of his own. if he was still here he wouldn't be having this success because he wouldn't be able to audible at line of scrimmage he would be running that college offense where everything else you who you just remind meade of last year about this time, all we could talk about, on 94.1 and 97.5 was marcus mar yet, marcus mariota. are you kidding me this work out beautifully.
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you hate to see the injuries, that led to the trade with sam bradford with bridge what the tore send brad forward to the vikings but boy did we luck out. >> i agree. >> no doubt about it. >> there is a lot of people looking foolish, specifically the cleveland browns for not drafting carson wentz, bart scott who were supposed experts on the national level, national network level who said that carson wentz was playing the jv before, and now it is time to play varsity. this was real. >> yes. >> this is not all luck either. by the way what they did was bring in schwartz to be defensive coordinator, change the way defense was run from 3/4 to 4/3. >> and personnel. >> resigning fletcher cox. >> malcolm jenkins was on fire yesterday, playing with the vengeance. >> clearly one of the best safeties in the game, malcolm. he does everything to cover, make tackles, he plays the
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pass and run just as well plus he is a leader in real quickly we're out of time. you had eagles at six-ten. >> g company. >> seven-nine. >> now where are we, we are three-zero. >> i think, i will just keep picking against them. if i pick eagles,. >> or higher. >> give me a number. >> i will say 11 and five. >> that is a super bowl winning ticket right there. >> we're going to houston, baby. >> fifty to one, i guarantee those odd drop to 35 to one right now. >> fifty to one, that was after victory with the bears on monday night. >> let me hold on to that for you. >> give me that back. >> thanks for coming back. >> go eagles. >> not this week. >> all right. >> millions of people are expect to watch one of the most anticipated political events in history. donald trump and hillary clinton set to take the stage for first of three debates. how you can way in real time
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really late start for one school in west philadelphia. >> first day for school at global leadership academy southwest, at 52nd and pine, so what is to blame? school officials say, dramatic. >> dramatic. >> dramatic. >> building renovations. >> wow. >> lucky for those kid summer got extended a few more weeks. >> okay. >> halloween is not until next month but people are already talking about what costumes they will wear and how they will celebrate. >> jen fred, you're going to a special place where adult like to just hang out at chadds ford winery hi jen. >> hi there guys. we are here with corry, good morning. >> good morning. >> so what you do here starts this weekend. it goes through october. it is adult trick or treating.
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thinks one station. as we walk what do you have here. >> every customer that does the trick or treating gets a passport and they get a glass. we have a couple different glasses. this is our spooky spider glass. it goes back and different glasses throughout the month. so they are basically encouraged to explore our 5 acres and solicit our five station was her passport and glass to do different holiday trick or treating parenting stations. >> so this would be one of the stations we were go to. you basically say anything that we can do where you take a kid holiday and put it with a alcohol, the parents and grown ups seem to be loving it. >> absolutely. we do our adult trick or treating in the fall and it works really well. >> so this is kind of weird but you say last year when you did this one of the best wouldn't was lemon snaps and white lime. >> that is right. >> so, we work with the popular ginger snaps but they do lemon snaps that they sell
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year round and we pair witt chadds ford white a white wine blend that is dry, has a little sweetness, and we pair them together. they takessed like lemon marange. >> we have different things in all stations. >> sure. >> we met these guys behind the stateside vodka over at dnc. >> great guys. >> cool guys. >> now with new rules you can have hard alcohol here. >> yes, this ace sneak peak. we have not started to roll out the wine based cocktails yet but when bill came in effect we said who do we want to work with locally. vodka is a great mixer. >> i do know that. >> with different wine and wine based vodka will be a focal point. this year we have rolled out third any gar at great white ghost, it has a very great forward flavor to it. we are mixing witt just born. we are doing stateside grocery and, that will be one of the stations you are the general manager here. >> yes. >> so you take suggestions from employees, but how do you
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come up with that. >> and, not only, last year was first year we did walking tour and we had a lot and customers too. and, and, but just born is an incredible, local, manufacturer. they are so cute but we don't want to pair it specifically with a wine. so, we've involved tonight a wine cocktail you are a sophisticated man. every time, it the is just adorable that you say that. >> so people can start talking about saturday and sunday. >> every saturday and sunday in october. we have five week then year. buy tickets now. we have sold 600 tickets to the event. they want to get in buy them now because we do sellout. we have about 400, 500 tickets per day available, so from 1:00 to 5:00 o'clock or 6:00 o'clock each weekend day and it is exactly what we said. you get your glass accounts passport and we turn you loose on the property. >> i love it.
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again, the place ace adorable. again, vodka mixes with everything. ladies and gentlemen public service. but first, good day it is monday, september 26th, 2016. no doubt about it now. >> ♪ fly like an eagle. >> touchdown. >> eagles deliver a shock to the steelers, how bird fans are rallying around their undefeated team. does your employer have the right to tell you thousand wear your hair? a state and federal court says yes. the part of this ruling, that some critics are calling racist. a new alcohol promises a fun and no hang over, how it works and why you may have to wait a little while to get this.
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nailed it. forget spending an hour in the salon chair, waiting for that nail polish to dry. press on nails are back. they are back and better than ever. >> yes. >> i got it done this time. >> i got them green though for eagles. >> well, you still have time. >> it is a long season. >> i went upstairs and got ice team and lemonade for us, arnold palmer. i was reading about the invention of the drink. he was first one to mix lemonade and iced tea but became so popular because wow order it and every club he was at, he said can you make me iced tea and lemonade. he loved it. his fans started to call it the arnold palmer. and now, it is, in the bottle, and we have it upstairs. >> yes. >> little golf ball. >> yes. >> they are renaming 12-ounce beer as bob kelly. >> that is for another day
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but. >> my kid wanted to know whether or not there would no longer be able to get the arnold palmer. >> yes. >> cheers. >> to the king. eighty-seven years he grazed this planet from golf courses from pennsylvania as a native. >> coming up. >> so as fast as we drink though do we want to celebrate some eagles victory here or talk weather first. >> we will go to the weather, get everything out the door. it is chilly. we are giving weather nine out of ten. we are in the ten kind of eye mood and so is buddy with the smile. mixture of sun and clouds. temperatures are still, in the 40's and 50's. check it out, 44 in mount pocono. 47 degrees in lancaster. sun has been out a little while, down in wilmington 49, 48 degrees in millville, here in philadelphia it is 58, with 84 percent relative humidity. little breeze out of the east/south east we are getting ready for this rain we see in
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ohio. that should be here tonight. seventy-four today with the up crease in clouds and increase in winds, as well, kind of breezy tonight as showers arrive in the overnight hours. that is your weather authority forecast. >> we're off to a rough start. i have good news/bad news. good news is ramps here in bellmawr opened, 42, 29 the five ramps reopened after that early morning overturned tractor trailer but jammo is still there bumper to bumper from the ac x in towards the walt whitman bridge. use the black horse pike to play it safe. thirty minute delays on septa's norristown high speed line because of some equipment problems and an accident at kelly drive at mid veil also running with delays i am bound on the schuylkill from conshohocken to center city. westbound heavy from the boulevard up to belmont and normal delays south on i-95 from cottman in through girard, chris and lauren, back over to you. no jammo is here, smooth sailing for eagles. the fans flying high after another big win against a very
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good team, the steelers, yesterday at the link, looked like a pop warner team. yeah, this team all eagles from the very beginning. defense was dominant. carson wentz had another great game as quarterback. team is three and zero, and first place, of course in the nfc east. >> dave kinchen almost jumped out of the shot last time when he said wow, because that is how people are react to go wentz. >> reporter: who need coffee even though people had coffee at broad and norris, and taking in all of the action yesterday, or taking it in, again. it is something you want to relive the day after what goes through those highlights. we saw a few of them here but we have to talk about carson wentz, and hit darren sproles for 73-yard touchdown. just like magic. you have those other two rushing touchdowns and eagles fans here at dunkin' donuts just loving this new team. >> my neck is sore from shaking my head watching that
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game. i was speechless, flabbergasted. it it has been a long time. >> brings in a lot of fans, revenue great pick. >> it is great. a new quarterback is what we needed to do. i think that, the eagles have a good future. so i'm excited. >> reporter: is this the real deal three and zero. >> i want to say they are. maybe too early to tell. i'm not planning a super bowl party yet the but it is looking good so far. >> they are three and zero they are in the 13 and zero so we have to play the games but i like what i see. >> daily news likes what they saw. the headline reads on a scale of one to ten he is an 11. eleven being wentz jersey number. i'm sensing a little style out here. you can appreciate this. this goes to 11. >> yes. >> i love that. >> got to love that. >> is that a music reference.
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>> oh, yeah. >> spinal tap. >> rock and roll here. >> you and dave, muse will california taste very different from mine. >> we have good musical taste, is that right, dave. >> reporter: that is right, we are like this. >> hey dave, coming up at 9:00 d you have always wanted to see but never had a chance to what would be your number one band, what is yours. >> rolling stones, never seen them always wanted to. >> they are great. >> yeah. >> there is dave kinchen's. >> very good. >> turn it up to 11. why not make ten because this one has a little extra kick. just like carson wentz, he can give you a little extra. we are three and zero. we also, want to share with you sad news, we're drinking these arnold palmers because legend passed away yesterday. >> pennsylvania native died yesterday at the age of 87. many calling him king of golf, others just arnold. either way he was one of the greatest players of all time. palmer won seven major championships including four masters. he was well men for his
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philanthropy, political ties and sports marketing genius. palmer showed america golf was a sport worth watching. >> he was very charismatic, he knew how to to get coverage and he was a sexy guy and the crowd loved him. >> you know how he wore that sweater was sexy. >> it was. >> yes. >> golf course is, tournaments all carried his name. to this day half lemonade, halfized tea drink he preferred is called the arnold more: >> look at that outfit. >> the guy was a stud with the color out of his sweater. >> when i lived in orlando i lived on arnold palmer drive. >> and then nicholas came along and dethroned him, nicholas probably greatest golfer of all time, tiger wood was on pace to be the greatest. >> right. >> but then he had injuries, of course, so tiger is not the same anymore. what a huge, huge, huge.
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>> the president posted this. here's to the king as extraordinary any life as he was generous to others. thanks for the memories. tiger woods, tweet thanks arnold for your friendship, counsel and lots of laughs. your philanthropy and humility are part of your legend. interesting to see tiger there. you know, you talk about arnold was put golf on the map, and ben hogan was great in the 50's and arnold was man in the 60's and then after that you had nicholas but when golf was really in the lull, and then tiger came along in the mid to late 90's and change the sport again and got all these young people in the sport and tv ratings went through the roof. need to see how arnold embraced tiger as a young golfer and see respect paid back is kind of neat. 8:08. it appears that the race for the white house in pennsylvania has tightened. >> accord together latest morning call, muhlenburg pole, hillary clinton is at 44, donald trump 41 percent. tonight they will face off in
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the the first presidential debate, and you can catch action live from hofstra university in new york, first of three debates where donald trump and hillary clinton will square off, topics to be discussed america's direction, achieving prosperity and securing the country. make sure fox 29 is your home for all of the action, bruce gordon, will have live coverage from hofstra, and you can watch it all live right here at 9:00 o'clock on fox 29 followed up by a wrap up on fox 29 news with iain and lucy. >> i think a huge nap is in order to watch this live because it is such an event, and other thing you can do while watching it live here on fox 29, and you can weigh in and say here's the deal. have your phone in hand while watching it on our air, right, and then click on the fox nine news app and then click on rate the debate. >> you can event your your political party, agree or disagree with the candidate live in real time and results come in real time as well. hopefully there is a way to see those results and talk bit
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more and see what peoples reactions were to all of the 90 minutes. >> tomorrow morning will be fun to have all of the reaction. >> yes. >> so forget the tension, a baltimore school is doing things a little bit differently how a mindful moment roomies helping kids behavior. >> time out. what about happy hour without the headache. a new alcohol promises the fun and no hang over, how it works in what may have to wait a while to get your answer.
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dream come true for those who walk and bike in philadelphia, opened streets with no cars. how exciting is this? many no horns honking, 10 miles across the city were closed off for cities first ever philly free streets day, event comes nearly a year after pope francis was in town, when philadelphians first enjoyed the idea, of carless streets. >> and it was kind of weird when the pope was here last year because everything was block off and we were working at the fourth and market broadcasting and just to go through south philadelphia was bizarre with no cars.
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>> guess who had easiest job in the world when this happened. >> jammo kelly. >> there was only one cara loud to move around town, pope mobile. >> you kept up with. everything was good to go, back to you, that was my report. back to you. back to you. one year ago today pope landed in philadelphia and took over our city for next two days. that is an anniversary we are celebrate to go day. we have got sun glare. look at the shadows cast by the sun. good morning to cherry hill mall in the background where sue sets up shop rite after the show, some sun glare east on the the 30 bypass coming in for the gang from coatsville and downingtown. just a slow go as we are's seeing sun glare hit us hard, out there now. now coming from new jersey north on the freeway even though that ramp to 295 is opened still a major jammo from the ac x all the way in the black horse pike is probably your best bet to get around that delay. then we are looking at 30 minute delays on the norristown high speed line. i think we have some rain on the way, sue will confirm that
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for us in seconds. it is first monday of fall, but we could use vine. we're about an inch and a third below where we should be for the month so far, and i think we will take care of that this week. first with this cold front that comes through and yes, there is some rain on the way, very squinty sunshine but it will not the last, clouds will roll in later this afternoon but rain doesn't, roll in, until after sunset tonight. so keep that in mind. in the overnight hours. it should be raining on and off and early part of tomorrow. interesting to see where this front stalls. the it could continue the rain, in southern delaware and at jersey shore, through the day tomorrow, but as you look at our seven day forecast you will see for us, we think the
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sun will come out in the afternoon after some morning showers, on tuesday, and wednesday, cloudy skies, and now we will see possibility of some rain, that is changing a little bit with the new computer models, coming out possibility of rain thursday and friday as well, but guys, we do need it. >> yes. >> the rain. >> yes. >> we do, yes. >> we need a few other things, that we cannot go into on live television. >> well, there is that. >> now parents, getting new recommendations when it comes to offering food to their children. >> so especially when you are allergic to eggs, and peanut butter you better be careful what you hand over to the kids on your fork. doctor mike, our good friend, to good day. >> yes. >> we learned that peanuts are not actually nut they are legume. >> peanuts are one of the biggest allergens to young
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children. my son nick nicholas is allergic to peanuts. over 200,000 kid found if you introduce peanuts, especially peanut butter because you don't want the little kid to choke but peanut butter and eggs between the age of four months, and six months, or 11 months, they are dramatically less likely to develop allergies. so we have talk about this before. it is one of those things if you don't use it you will lose it and you want to stimulate your child's immune system, to get used to this so they don't have a problem. >> you cannot wait until they are four or five and then ask can i taste that. you hand over your fork. they taste it. >> we used to recommend avoiding peanuts and eggs and things because of this and that. it turns out it was the wrong concept, wrong idea. >> this is fairly new you conn seventh because my son was
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born what 12 years ago, and they said no peanuts for a year. >> that has changed. >> when? >> well, science is fluid, my friend. it changes. >> that is right. >> it is so hard to be a parent. >> only thing though remember, peanuts, little kid can choke. if the child has eczema or if you have a family history of severe, severe allergies to foods, you check with the doctor, make sure you do it in a controlled way. >> take peanuts away because we just want peanut butter and take jif because we want peanuts and nothing else in it. >> you don't want it chunky. >> but wait, doctor mike what happens when your kid are young and they don't want to eat these things can you mix them and still get that same effect. >> she will be a great mom. >> try this, look at this, and they don't like it. if you mix it, will that help. >> is there all kind of ways to get kids to eat foods.
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>> starve them all day, by dinner time they will eat anything. >> my kids have that not had soda and my sonnies eight years old. >> whats else do you have for us, hang over cure. >> what is going on. >> synthetic will alcohol, developed by doctor david nut in england. >> the nut is back. >> he has come up with alcosip, i do not nose much about this but it is a derivative of a drug like valium. >> my goodness. >> evidently it makes you not get a hang over and doesn't cause the same effects on your liver that regular alcohol does. but i have to tell you this makes me a little nervous. >> yes. >> and again, folks, it is all about moderation. you shouldn't be drinking so much to get a hang over.
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enjoy, you know, the fruit of the vine. >> do you drink this stuff what is it. >> they make it in a liquid and you drink it and it gets you buzzed. >> can we expect to see this. >> i don't know. we have no idea. they are fighting it in england. we will see. it may come about. >> everything in moderation. >> so don't eat all dozen of these in one sitting. >> i love you. but you look fantastic. >> she always does. >> yes. >> speaking of looks, i have a question for people at home does your employer have right to tell you how to wear your hair? we're asking the question this morning and state and federal court say yes, the part of the ruling that some people are criticizing, that may be just crosses the line. >> happy birthday too will. philadelphia native will smith turned 48 yesterday, how is his wife honored him on his special day straight ahead. katie mcginty: franny, johnny, mikey, maureen, jimmy,
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joey, ricky, eileen, me, and colleen... all 10 of us raised on a policeman's salary and a mom working as a restaurant hostess. imagine trying to do that today, with washington looking out for the favored few. i'll bring a different point of view to the u.s. senate -
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wentzsylvania welcomes you. are you feeling good about the eagles big win. share your pictures and excitement with us. we have been showing you this morning, to include you that #fox 29 good day so we can check them out. >> you know who is from wentzsylvania, actor will smith, hoist celebrating his forty-eighth birthday, just yesterday. his wife jada pink it smith posted a special message on facebook in which he wrote i saw this video and reminded me of the wonderful ways we have made a difference together on this planet. we do so much good in this world together will and is there so much more to come. you have been the greatest gift to me, in that way, by being a fire of inspiration in my heart. that is what i say about you, lauren fire inspiration in my heart. i love you always. to the kipping of king's, happy birth daze. jada. >> well, that is a sweet
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tribute, right. >> yes, great words. >> such a strong relationship, don't they. >> yes. >> hollywood couple. >> there were rumors around there and they maintained we're happy, we're good, don't worry about us. >> wouldn't it be nice if they came back to philadelphia more often. >> maybe they are here because they don't necessity bit. you don't want to go home and be hassled by chris murphy. >> what willie do go knock on their door. >> well, there is that. >> so we can do a story. >> when you have family you want it to be easy, in and out. >> kevin hart comes in. >> that is true. >> don't look at me, look at will and jada. >> one woman is defying odds and showing off her beautiful pregnancy photos. >> after doctors told her she would never bring a child to full term, andre a grant from jacksonville florida, glowing and is 37 weeks pregnant and counting. when shees was eight years old grant said she and her brother
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were trapped in the house fire. she now has burns covering most of her body, including her stomach, doctors told her she wouldn't be able to car that i child past four months. thinking her skin, would not be able to stretch. but this he were wrong. she took maternity photos and instagram to celebrate the birth of her upcoming son. >> good for her to have the bravery, to show it all like that. >> i know. >> fantastic. >> i went on her instagram page, friday i think and just looked at photos and in every single one she is smiling so big, and -- >> let's put up the picture. it is a beautiful picture. >> it tells her story, when you think, because of what happened to me when i was eight years old from all these burn wounds and doctors saying i want people to be a mom. best of both world is here. i have survived. these are my scars. now here's what is to come. >> i love it. >> okay. >> let's toss things out to sabina, hi there sabina.
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>> good morning, chris and lauren. we are standing here outside the medical examiner's office in wilmington where flags are at half staff and we have first responders from throughout the area here, getting ready to escort the bodies of two fall up fire fighters in a procession from the me's office to their respective funeral homes. we are going to be there at this procession, it is expected to start in a few minutes. we will be here, and will come back in just a few minutes after this break.
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we're following breaking news out of houston, texas at 8:30. live look from southwest houston where there are reports of an active shooter in that area. >> wow, we're still learning more details about this. you can see some or the of police gathering there, with fire trucks, much more, from houston, throughout the morning as we get more information in. okay.
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8:30. people have started to line up to honor fire fighters christopher fickes and christopher leach n a few moments they will be transferred from the medical examiner's office to the perspective funeral homes. >> they were killed battling a house fire over the weekend. let get out to sabina kuriakose, who is near that procession, hi there, sabina. >> hi. >> reporter: so many first responders have already arrived, we are awaiting this to start in just a few minutes. we just saw engine number six alive, lieutenant christopher leach's engine company, we are out here, you can see so many people hugging, a lot of heavy hearts out here, solemn faces, we are waiting for them to come out, bring bodies out from the medical examiner's office and they are going to be led in a pro selling,es cording to the funeral homes as the city prior to say good bye to the fallen heroes. both the were 14 and 13 year veterans of the wilmington fire department. both were fathers as well. they grew up in and around
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this city. they have been well known, well like throughout this community. this is first line of duty deaths in 20 years, in wilmington, so you can imagine, not just one but two fire fighters out of a 20 years pass ago way. this city is having a hard time. they are struggling to cope. as you said this all happen on sat the day. they were responding to a row home fire, and, when the floor of the building they were in collapsed, caved in and it trapped them. we are toll that the fire fighters may have believed that the children were inside of that home, when they went in. so they were just doing their jobs being heroes running into danger to try to save people, when unfortunately they lost their lives. of course, so many of their fellow fire fighters trying to save them when that mayday call came in but these fire fighters were trapped. there was a search and rescue effort but unfortunate liz christopher leach, lieutenant christopher leach and jerry fickes were killed in that fire. four other fire fighters were injured and two others still
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remain in critical condition at crozer's burn unit. we will pan over here. thinks engine number six, lieutenant leach's fire engine, we were just there this morning as they raised their flag to half staff, again, we're here at medical examiner's office. off camera i have talk to the lead investigators for medical examiner who was on this case and he has been doing his job for 30 years and this is an extremely difficult situation even for him, experiencing so much tragedy already. you know wilmington is a city but a tight community in a kind of the way it is almost like a small town. everybody knows each other. so many people knew these fire fighters. seeing them at corner storm or having been helped by them, responding to a call, whether it was, you know, help getting their car out of the ice or something small like that, so many people knew them. so we're expecting a large contingent to come out here to escort these fallen heroes and then again, just through those bars there you can see the hearst is there presumably carrying one of the bodies
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getting ready for this procession right now. >> yes. our thoughts go out to both of their families. >> absolutely. >> sue serio, good morning to you at 8:34. >> we are starting with a whole new weather pattern that we started with over the weekend with sunny skies and chilly temperatures. we are still in the 40's and 50's. bus stop buddy is wearing sweater at the bus stop for the first time since school started. we have 58 degrees in philadelphia but still in the the 40's in mount pocono, reading, we're 53 in wilmington and 56 in wildwood. at the airport we have 58 degrees and we're heading to a high of 75 today. cool afternoon with increasing clouds throughout the day because we are getting ready for rain coming after sunset tonight. that takes care of your monday outlook. seven day forecast is just ahead, bob kelly, it was glorious weather for your event yesterday at the zoo.
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>> i had a great time, i was out with the walk like mad, mothers against drunk driving they had their walk yesterday. here's the whole gang as i took the picture from the staining. they helped raise over $56,000 just yesterday morning alone out there at philadelphia zoo. thanks for inviting me out. great event. westbound on the schuylkill expressway watch for delays near gulph mills, we have disable and then we are dealing with the sun glare and normal will delays heading inbound in toward the city. an accident north on 295, right at route 30, which is the white horse pike and then we're also looking at the 30 minute delays on the norristown high speed line. chris and lauren, back over to you. lets take a live look at a great event happening right now, is there a special job fair, just for veterans at union league for philadelphia third annual free hiring fares for guard and members. service members and military. there were lots here on friday for our military day, solute
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police arrested a man for hack nothing to pippen middleton's phone. the man stole 3,000 photos, the hacker contacted the sun newspaper attempting to sell images for $65,000.
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the hacker claim that he had nude photos of pip a's fiance, and private photos of the duchess of cambridge and her family. >> wow. >> does your employer have the right to tell you how to wear your hair. >> court has ruled employers candy any somebody a job because of their dread lock. the as part of the ruling that has critics calling it racism. lawsuit was filed on behalf of a black woman who says alabama paced company rescinded her job offer specifically, because she had dread locks. the both alabama federal court and federal appeals court, dismissed her suit, ruling it was not discrimination, to ask her to cut off her locks. some people agree with the ruling but her lawyer say no way. >> i don't think it is racism because any want can dread their hair. >> it is a non-racial basis policy, count on, one half of a finger that has been amputated 74 times, how many times white guys have dread
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locks for christ sake. >> what is this. >> this is such a racially charged debate, destined for the supreme court now, and, maybe, maybe not. we will see what happened. only thing i can think have office like if you are, you know, a food server or work in the kitchen, you have to wear like the hair net to keep the food off but other than that. >> true. >> it doesn't bother anybody it is all a style thing. >> it is all style, preference. >> true. >> all right. jen fred, speaking of style, what about these press on, what is it? what are these press on nails are they back in fashion? what is going on with them. >> thank you for your interest, chris murphy, yes, they are back in fashion but they are not like from the 80's or 90's, pretty cool, you can use them for accent nails or if you don't want to get stuff on your nails. come back to joost evan tony retreat spa and salon we will tell you all bit.
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coming up, look at how beautiful blue mountain is this morning, and, you get the trees, they are starting to change color.
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most of the gold is the sunlight but the changing colors are coming, so, what do we have going on today. >> we have high pressure in control right now. we have no rain. plenty of sun shane but this cold front coming at us from the the north and west, eventually spreading first cloud, while it is still light out and then after dark we will start to see some rain. that is what is going on today but forecast is starting to change. we think this will stall and that gives us possibility of rain, wednesday, thursday, friday, even into tomorrow morning. so, be prepared for some rain, this weekend, and much cooler then they were last week. friday's high was 89 degrees. today we will get in the 70's and then by friday we may not make it to 07 degrees with the possibility of some clouds and showers, we do need the rain though, guys. >> we do. >> sue, you could be a hand model. lets see your nails. >> i do my own.
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>> i do my own. >> but they don't look good today. >> did you ever do press on nails. >> i like light polish so you cannot see the chips as much. >> we don't want chips. >> not even chip kelly. >> you are so crazy. >> a month and a half ago i went home, i think i told jen fred the story, went home to my 12 year-old twin niece's birthday party inn their nails were stunning. i said when did you get your nails done they said no, we have press on nails. >> yes, you seeing it a lot. in los angeles there are people doing that. we are at joseph an tone any glen mills. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> we have some pictures from instagram. you are seeing, what is new about the press on nails. why are they better now then they were back in the day. >> they are quick, easy at home. you can do them if you have your night out and you don't feel like getting your nails done. glue them on, stick them on. sometimes they are just ease why i to get on, easy to get
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off. >> so i asked you, we will show different ways to do these things. i said doable or not doable like these instagram things they are amazing but people are painting overtop of that. that is not doable for the average person. >> no, not at all. >> come back out here live. what is she doing now. >> gia is doing, thinks like nail foil, so she's adding like an accent nail with the foil. it gives a flat look with still glitter, easy on, easy off. not as doable for yourself at home but easy, to get it done by nail art. >> these nail art take an hurry to do one nail. yes, right. this one is a a little bit more doable. >> seven is putting the stick on nails right on. so just easy quick, easy on, off, later but she's done. >> i love it. >> a lot of people in los angeles this is what they are doing. they will get regular manicure but maybe they don't want to to mess up all of their nails
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so they will do a little bit of this. some of them it is a sticky, some is glue, which one do you like better. >> sticker is easiest at home because you will stick yourself with the glue and things like that. that is quick and easy. it the is nice. >> so this is kind of cool too. >> this is like a stamp. >> yes. >> so chloe is painting on to the design, and then she is just using this rubber applicator to transfer the tramp from the the pad to the nail. >> are you excited, i mean everybody is exited to get their nails done but more artistic. do you like that. >> it is fun, it lets everybody do like what they want to do individually. >> one thing i thought that was cool about press on nails is some are for a adults and some are for kid. if you are a little one that wants to get something done but don't want them to go in the second grade spelling test with crazy nails on. >> easy for weekend, off for the school week. some schools you you cannot
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even have your nails done. >> ballet the recitals as well. >> true. >> i will have you sit down you were getting ready to do her. what were you doing here. >> we are adding on a little bit of like a bee daddled look. >> so, on a scale of doable and not doable at home. >> doable. >> it is not awful. you need a steady hand, obviously. >> and her accent nails are those stick honor is that polish. >> that is polish. that is so easy, anyone could, pick an extra fun color and put it on there. >> i love it. >> so what you will do is put the clear on first. >> sorry to be right up in your grill. >> that is okay. >> that is how it works. >> we will get the little thingy there. and then you just drop it on. >> there we go. >> that is a unique preference. >> yes. >> all right. very will cool. >> i love it. i got to go back to the real press on, press on, press on. the it is still o it looks good. lets see it all together. you would never know. alex, i'm sorry, lauren.
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>> yes. >> and chris, had do you think. >> i think it looks amazing. you cannot tell. best part of it is the price, so manicure is like ten to 15 bucks, and press on are like five dollars. >> and 50 sent a finger. >> yes. >> your mathis a little bit off. >> yeah, a little. >> i need more coffee. >> keep drinking your arnold palmer. living the dream? did you know you could be watching the best morning show, in tv, from one of the best places to live in the country. >> you could be if you are watching us. >> well they are hearing this song. a local town is giving the high honor. speaking of the big honor national museum of african-american history
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museum and culture officially opened over the weekend but is there more what happened between the first lady and former president that launch many a meme. >> do you want to see lottery numbers. several people shot in the strip mall we don't have many details on how many are injured or severity of those injuries just yet. >> according to police shooter has been shot by their officers, much more on this developing store friday texas straits ahead.
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good morning, everybody. 8:54. here's a live lot roosevelt boulevard, southbound roosevelt boulevard right here near wissohickon.
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police just pulled up to the scene exchanging their license, registrations here, this is southbound side at wissohickon and then we have some problems on 295, this is 295 northbound right at route 30 which is the white horse pike causing delays that kind have of roll back on to the freeway and an accident on the westbound side of i195, right here near the new jersey turnpike causing delays for everyone heading in to trenton this morning. and then northbound lanes of 295, watch for delays at hamilton square, chris and lauren, back over to you. >> thanks, very much. we are taking a live look right now at the procession, honoring the two wilmington fire fighters died on saturday. >> lose christopher leach and senior fire fighter jerry fickes, they were the fire fighters to charge in that burning row home on thort monroe street in wilmington where children were trapped inside, and evidently that was last november so their bravery is recounted from so many fire
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fights we have had over the years, sad looks as these fire fighters lost their lives on sunday. their bodies being moved from the medical examiner's office to the respective funeral homes with family and friend gathered here for that moment. we will be right back.
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i don't want either. >> i'll say it, back street is back, all right. the that is right. the boy band fans, where you can see them perform live, good day, it the is monday. september 26th, 2016. did you ever get put in detention. >> all the time. >> you are laughing because you can imagine. >> yes, yes.
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>> mrs. harrison in third grade, tim lindsey and i we sat this is back. what she is thinking. they had us like this with the chart and check mark was good and x was bad. >> you had x's. >> the whole thing was filled with x's. >> we had something that probably could have helped you, back in your day. >> where were you? you weren't in my life then. >> it it was i baltimore sue. they are doing things different how a mindful moment roomies helping kid, who might have behaved like chris murphy back in the day. >> yes. >> boys behaving badly. >> okay. big moment national museum of african-american history and culture is officially opened, but is there more, what happened between the first lady and the former president, that launched many a meme. >> running late to school, one mom isn't having it. a excuse, note that she wrote for her daughter that has other parents divided. speaking


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