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this morning on good day, an october surprise? the new york times publishes what it says is a part of donald trump's tax returns. what the document show and how the campaignsare responding this morning. plus, back up and running after summer if you feel delays. step regional rail will return to regular schedule starting tomorrow morning. what you need to know to get the most out of the your commute. and the latest from the investigation into what caused the new jersey transit train to crash. what officials found that will hopefully lead them closer to cause. ♪ >> from the fox 29 studios, this is "good day philadelphia" weekend. good morning. happy sunday to you. promises to be beautiful day and we're so happy you decided to start with us. good morning, karen. >> good morning bill anderson. that's the promise. i'm looking outside and a lot of
fog. >> internal. >> make eight good day, scott. >> it is internal for now. >> okay. >> we might see a little bit of sunshine the latter part of the day but really it's more of the same kind of damp, dreary, gloomy, mist, fog out there, and also temperatures are a little cool. take life hillary clinton at the philadelphia international airport. socked in with the cloud cover. expect airport delays for those first flights out on this sunday morning. temperature why, 61. humidity it is high. 93%. so weather by the numbers on this sunday scale of one to 10, we'll give it a six. yesterday's high temperature only made it to 65 degrees. the average for this time of year is 72. ultimate doppler right now, not showing a whole lot in the way of light rain, but once again we have that low level moisture. the fog, the drizzle, take look at the reduced visibilities. down to 3 miles in philadelphia. down to toils in trenton and you can see one and a half miles in
atlantic city. so across the area for today, we're looking at 70 center city, upper 60's down the shore and lehigh val. coming up we'll talk about a major category four hurricane and where it's headed next. back to you. >> and we'll mention that right now because the caribbean is having to brace for the impact because of such a powerful storm. one of the most powerful we've had in recent history and it's continuing on its path northward right to you. >> hurricane matthew grew into extremely powerful and rare category five storm just before it started to weaken. we haven't seen a storm quite like this possibly going all the way back to 2007 and hurricane felix. the storm is projected to slam in a jay today and continue to travel north today. it's still too early to predict if the storm will make direct landfall in the united states or continue out into the atlantic ocean. multiple car accident called delays on the schuylkill expressway overnight. state police say it happened on the eastbound side of the expressway around 3:00 a.m. near
the montgomery drive off-ramp. it caused a significant backup. two people were taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. police are still looking into the cause of the crash. 70:00 theme. northbound side of rose vest boulevard now back open after drivers experienced this massive backup. look at that. early this morning at least eight cars were involved in crash between roberts avenue and st. luke's street in germantown. police say four people had to be taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. and police in delaware counsel tear investigate a violent home invasion where man and his dog were both shot. investigators say someone broke into a home this is on pennel road in middletown township friday evening shooting the homeowner in the stomach. you can see where the man's dog wound up at the animal hospital. little pitbull terrier mix. name is faith. she was shot in the head. both the man and the dog are expected to be okay. but faith's eye had to be removed. she's recovering there at the west chester veterinary medical
center. the staff hopes she makes a speedy recovery. >> we're all rooting for her, we're praying for help, we're hoping she gets out of here within the next day or two and hoping her family is okay as well. >> an individual that shows recklessness to not only break into a home armed and injure a human but to shoot a dog has no in my opinion care, no compassion. >> it can always be expensive with these kind of unexpected events happen much there's a gofundme to help pay the dog's medical bill. brandywine spca is offering $1,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of the person responsible for that shooting. a final farewell for two wilmington firefighters killed in the line of duty one week ago. thousands from around the country came out for a joint memorial service to honor captain christopher leach and lieutenant jerky if he can kess. the two heroes died last saturday morning while fighting a fire at a home on lake view road. ceremony took place at the chase center on the wilmington
riverfront. fund has been set up for the children of the two fallen firefighters. vice-president joe biden attended the memorial. he made this emotional statement to the mourning families. >> their lives, their character lives never single one of you. you guys the rest of your life you'll have a tough decision. you're going to be asking yourself, what would dad do? i promise you that. i promise you that. >> prosecutors have charged beatrice ruiz with arson, murder and other chargings. she lived in the home and intentionally set the fire. philadelphia police are investigating a murder this happened in the point breeze neighborhood. here's what officials know. that they did find a man victim 31 years old and you can see all of the evidence markers out there. he was shot several times on the 1800 block of dickinson street. this was just after 8:30 last
night. the vick testimony was pronounced dead at presbyterian hospital just a short time later. no arrests have been made. it is 7:06. new jersey transit trains have been involved in more than 150 accidents according to federal data and that is caused more than $4 million in damage to tracks or equipment just since 2011. u.s. officials say months prior to that deadly train crash thursday in hoboken federal rail officials had found dozens of violations during an audit focusing on nj transit's safety and operations. investigators have recovered at least one of the black boxes from the train but they say they have not been able to get to whatever data may be inside. the ntsb says it's having some trouble getting into the front cab of the train that's where the camera that faces outward is mounted. the difficulty is because there is so much structural damage to that station and there are high levels of asbestos inside it. we do know one person died in that accident and more than a hundred others were injured. coming up on 7:07 right now.
happening right now good news. septa passengers can finally breathe a sigh of relief about the big morning commute tomorrow. should be back to normal. >> after months of crowded trains, delays and modified schedules, our jennifer joyce live at 30th vote station. jenny, it look like some relief is coming. >> reporter: yeah, this is great news for septa riders heading into a new work week. septa does acknowledge that riders could experience some overcrowding and there's always potential for delays with the transition like this. but that should subside as more trains return to service. septa regional rail trains have been operatin operating on varis weekend schedule for the last three months after 120 siller liner five trains were taken out of service when cracks were discovered. the summer season has been trying on commuters to say the adjusted schedules were inconvenient and trains were overcrowded. now, they can rejoice by tomorrow morning more than 50
repaired silver liner trains will be back in service. septa leased trains will supplement their system to ensure the return of that weekday service. as trains are fixed, they'll move back into the rotation. due to logistics with leased trains a fought trips in and out of the city will still be modified. riders should check septa's website ahead of any train travel for those changes and should refer to schedules dated back to june 19th. karen and bill? >> thanks so much, jenny. we'll keep -- you keep us update thed later on in the show. route 1 in dewey beach, delaware s back open after trolley flipped over yesterday afterno afternoon. now a van was pulling the trolley filled with 22 wedding guests and suddenly swayed and then overturn. can you imagine? 12 people were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. the cause of that accident is still under investigation. at the jersey shore state officials say a 14-mile stretch of new jersey coast that was damaged by super storm sandy will be getting protected sandy
dunes as part of the $150 million project that's been delayed sever times. the hold on the project was caused by litigation and some property owners environmental protect commissioner announced that things should begin by the spring. all right. 7:09. we have sort avenue bittersweet event happening today. most likely it's ryan howard's final weekend in phillies uniform. >> but did he zen the fans home with something to talk about. let's remember some of his greatest moments. what's your favorite. ? there's a hash tag trending right now, thanks how war. absolutely. use that hash tag, use our #fox29goodday and share your favorite moments. and also thanks ryan. oh, gosh, thanks ryan. and also a bombshell. objection surprise. a bombshell report about donald trump's taxes. how his campaign is responding and could this impact the election? we're just about six weeks away. stepped us in your favorite ryan howard moments. we all have favorite memories of
>> we'll use that attitude maybe the fog will wear off. 7:13. british minister says her country will be filing the formal process to leave the union. they will exit the eu by 2019 the process can be extended if britain and every eu country agrees. talking politics. fox 29 helping you decide this morning. we're learning about a new york times report about republican nominee donald trump's tax records. >> the times says that trump declared a $1,916,000,000 loss back in 1995 which may have allowed him to legally skip paying federal income taxes for 18 years. the times says three pages of the documents were sent to reporter last month with a postmark from new york city and a return address of trump tower. trumps' campaign calls the documently legally obtained trump pays hundreds of million of dollars in taxes.
in the meantime, donald trump is shining new light on new leaked audio tape where hillary clinton can be heard apparently criticizing bernie sanders supporters as quote living in their parents basements and trapped in dead end careers. >> new audios tape that has surfaced just yesterday from another one of hillary's high roller fundraisers shows her demeaning and mocking bernie sanders and all of his supporters. >> boo! >> and, you know, i tell you something. we have a much bigger movement than bernie sanders ever had. >> the clinton campaign says remarks are being taken out of context. latest fox news poll has hillary clinton four points ahead of trump in head to head matchup and three points ahead when they mix in the third party candidates. clinton will be in delaware county in haverford on tuesday. joining us this morning for a look where this race stands the confusion breaking it down
drexel university professor bill rosenberg. good morning, sir. >> good morning. >> good morning. let's start right into the tax returns. what do you think about that? >> well, i think the reality we have to recognize is that these tax returns are from the mid '90's, number one. number two, most americans probably are empathetic to the fact that people like to pay as little in taxes as they can. it's a little uncomfortable, though, when he wants to talk about the way government spent when he's not a contributor. if you go back to 2012, the same types of issues came up with mitt romney. he paid less taxes than his secretary. so there's kind of an uneasiness about how taxes get paid and who actually pays them. >> most americans or most trump supportesupporters because whatn interesting the things that the analysts say should be huge bomb shells doesn't really move the needle one way or the other. >> i think that's the point. i think this tax issue only if
he refuses to produce the taxes there's an issue about transparency, and while part of sit about how much he paid in taxes, part of it is also about how successful is he as a businessperson and also where he contributes money in terms of philanthropy. >> well, all of those are good questions. he stuck with and put it out there. >> absolute. he doesn't want to release it his son who is a surveillance roy gate says we're not going to release it before the election. he double down by saying we'll release it if hillary will release her transcripts of her speeches. either he can and release or he won't right now it's a possum game being played. >> playing possum. hillary clinton at the same time the headlines are trump tax returns now you have this leaked e-mail another example of this campaign. neither candidate seemingly can get out of their own way. >> the statement i assume you're talking about is young people living in their parent's basements. i think the reality we've known for long time that's been going
on. i mean the economy has been bad not just during obama's administration but it was also very tough during the bush administration for some young people as well. college students have massive debt, and when they get out of college, they have to live some place. that doesn't mean that they stay there permanently, but the role will the is, that they often do back to their pan's home for a year or so. >> let's talk about the numbers too. this week about the vice-presidential candidates as welly normally it's won't get as much attention as the top of the ticket. anyone be watching this and what do you think? >> i sure will. they know they have the audience aft least one but the -- >> three. >> but the argument i think is that, presidential candidates get to choose who their vice-president is and sometimes they go for save picks. they're consistent with party themes, for example, when jim mow carter chose his vice-president he chose a senator from minnesota who was
not going to upset the vote. al gore was another one of those sort of save picks. the ones that were little unusual and grabbed a little bit more attention were people like gerald dean ferrara or sarah palin and they were meant to shake up the election. >> do you think that people will do anything, any fireworks? >> no, i think what we're going to do they're going to be the pr spokesmen for each of the campaigns. it's actually they'll give us an opportunity to hear really what the republican parties nominee is supposed to be saying coming out of the mouth of mike pence. i think on the democratic side, i think there's less of a difference between kan cane kaie and clinton. we've seen a few instances where pence publicly -- >> says one thing. >> separates himself from his own presidential nominee. >> it's going to be interesting. we'll stay on top of it of the thank you for coming in. we'll see if if that's smooth or if there's response to the hea heated emotion of the last couple comments. we'll check it out on fox news
sunday. >> this week on fox news sunday with the first debate in the books, trump clinton plot their strategies for round two. trump threatening to after bill clinton's sex scandals. doubles down on attacking a former miss universe. we'll talk with manage governor chris christie a top trump adviser. then hillary clinton takes a victory lap. we'll ask democratic senator claire mc cass kell how clinton plans to keep her momentum and our power play of the week on fox news sunday. ♪ heated politics, scott. not sure we'll get that type of temperature in the weather. >> no we're stilly at below average temperatures, bill. yesterday's high only 65 degrees. this afternoon, we might make it to right around 70 but take live look outside our studios. we have the fog, we have the drizzle. we have the mist, a lot of walks taking place this morning. so just bet on some dreary
conditions with some of that mist and drizzle around. a couple of spotty showers can't be rule out for today and also we're watching hurricane matth matthew. right now as we look at ultimate doppler once again not watching a whole lot of heavy rain but we still have low level clouds mist, drizzle and fog so the visible has been greatly reduced just be mindful of that early on this sunday. 60 right now in philadelphia. 63 millville. upper 50s once we move north and west. so as we go throughout the day it's still mostly cloudy by 4:00 in the afternoon maybe a little bit of drizzle and mist. overnight tonight fog and drizzle. by tomorrow i think we finally start to turn the corner. breaks in the clouds and, yes, the sun it's going to make a return around the delaware valley. now, let's talk about that big game taking place. citizens bank park we're talking mostly cloudy skies. temperatures in the upper 60s with that spotty shower chance. weekend wendy trying to get it in today. a double header, guys. rained out yesterday. looks like we'll dry and get it
there could be a stray shower talk much more about the forecast coming up. we saw things --, thank you scott. we thought things were going so well and now we've got news sew not so good about big ben simmons of the sixers. >> my goodness. we do know when he's schedule to have surgery now and how long he is expected to be out. plus you love to eat out but hate when the check comes. we'll tell you how you can save some money on your restaurant bill. >> speaking of money, maybe you'll want some. ♪
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♪ welcome back. 7:24. gosh he we talk to talk about this guy. ryan howard the big piece. he went deep last night with his 25th homerun of the season what could be his final homer in the phillies pinstripes. phils planning honor to howard today at the bank. we'll have much more on this legacy but share your memories as well using the correct #thanksryan and we'll share them all morning long. >> this is fox 29 sports in one minute. good morning i'm sean brace. 76ers number one overall pick ben simmons will undergo surgery next week to repair his broken right foot and will be side lined for at least three months. tough loss for all fans. to the diamond phillies taking
on the mets. top sixth tied at two and james loney hits two run shot to right field. gives the mets a four-two lead. mets go on to win five to three and clinch a play off berth for the second straight year. how about some local college football action? temple taking on smu at the linc and defense dominated smu gets sacked fumbles the ball and it's picked up by dee lohse who take it in for the touchdown. temple up 35-seven. they win 45-20 and finally we head up to happy valley penn state taking on minnesota we picket up in overtime. penn state down by three but check this out mr. barclay delivers a 25-yard touchdown run and penn state goes on to win it, 29-26. that's sports in a minute. i'm sean brace. ♪ >> thank you sean. coming up there's a major law change in california. rape cases no longer have statue of limitation. >> this is a direct result of what happened in our area with
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even have some delays at the airports around the greater northeast area. we'll check in with scott coming up in just a matter of moments. let's take look at some other stories making headlines this morning. northbound side of the roosevelt boulevard back open now after drivers experienced a massive backup early this morning because eight cars were involved in a crash. this all happened between roberts avenue and st. luke's street in germantown. police say it was pretty bad. four people had to be taken to the hospital with injuries. middletown township man and his dog were both shot during a botched home invasion. the dog a pitbull terrier mix named faith was shot in the head. owner shot in the stomach. thankfully both are expected to be okay but faith's right eye had to be row moved. brandywine spca is offering $1,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest of the person responsib responsible. and septa trains returning final toll a regular weekday schedule tomorrow. this comes after months of problems because, of course, the
transit agent is he had to put out a service of 120 cars because they had structural problems. regional rail has been forced to run on modified schedule ever sips early july. that caused delays and headaches and ridership to drop. ♪ >> scott, i'm trying figure out a way to spin this. doesn't look so good outside. dry for a long time. so we need the rain? >> yeah, we need the rain. many locations across the delaware valley in a deficit so we're making some gains in that direct. but first let's talk about this category four hurricane matthew just kind of spinning right now in the caribbean. breathing well and also you can see it's still category four hurricane. moving right now to the northwest 150 miles per hour winds. it is expected to move toward jamaica also the western part of hispaniola and eventually toward cuba. hurricane warnings have been posted there. so where is it going to head? you can see as we move toward early next week, by the middle and latter part of next week, around the bahamas but most of
the computer models right now take it on off to the north but then eventually turn it back out to sea. still some uncertainties but we do have time to watch that system. in the meantime we still have that upper low level for us off to the west sitting and spinning so that's why we have the unsettled pattern. that weather authority seven day forecast will show for today cloud cover, drizzle. 70 degrees for the high. then finally breaking out into some sunshine by tomorrow. temperatures stay at or slightly below average. back to you. >> thanks so much, scott. now, change in california law could lead to nationwide changes. a bill signed by the governor last week eliminated the 10-year statute of limitations for bri bringing rape or child molestation charges. the new law was inspired by the bill cosby case and currently state law limits the prosecution of felony sex offense to 10 years after the offense is committed. the new law will take effect next january and it eliminates that statute of limitations but
will not affect that case it will not affect directly the bill cosby case. civil rights groups have warned that the legislation could lead to false convictions because witnesses and victims may not have clear memories of events that happened so long ago. so let's break it down. joining us by skype this morning attorney heather hanson. heather g morning. >> good morning, bill. >> so initially you kind of think about statute of limitations was put in place because of the fact that it makes it harder to get conviction years down the road. but what um plaque something like this actually have? >> it's not going to have a huge impact on the single cases because you're right just because there's no longer a statute of limitations doesn't mean the crime will be prosecuted. there still has to be evidence. and 10 years, 12 years, 15 years has passed it's less likely there's going to be good evidence. now, with that said in case like the cosby case or cases we've seen against schools or churches, big group cases where there's multiple victims, this
type of law will have an impact because those cases are now able to be brought. >> so the things that jump out you mentioned schools. we certainly have heard about some of the religious based cases and some of those child predator cases. is that who this will impact on a much larger scale because it's not going to impact cosby. it's not retroactive. >> it won't impact cosby. if another case like cosby came forward -- came about, then that would impact that. what it real is going time packet, yes, schools. the types of cases there's multiple victims them these people corroborating one another may create enough evidence and it all depends on the court but may create enough evidence to actually have the case go forward. the one it will not make huge impact we have to encourage women to come forward quickly and have the confidence and the strength to do so. >> from a legal standpoint and directly involved in this type of case, how is it a legal community responding to this because it seems like legally it's just creating a much harder
job if you're trying to get a prosecution? >> it's creating a much harder job on both sides, bill. you know it's harder to defend because evidence is lost, witnesses are gone, people move away, people die. it's harder to prosecute as we well. but the thing is, i think in general people are okay with this, because bad cases shouldn't be brought. good cases should be brought, and the other thing we haven't even discussed dna said changi changing. so over the years, the laws have tried to catch up with that change, and here in rape cases as evidence change, it may be we can get enough evidence many years later. >> we always talk about these cases before we start did you go them but one of things you brought up i thought was interesting legal stuff aside, this needs to be a call to offer more support to women. >> that's right. >> try to get active in other areas. tell us about that. >> i think it's so important for women to know that we stand behind them. so many times when women don't come forward because of fear in the case of cosby it was because he was so powerful. we need to have more discussions
with young girls and women about having the confidence and the strength and knowing they have the support that they can come forward right away and that they don't have to wait many years and allow for this evidence to go stale. >> that's certainly we can do without legal involve many, too. >> absolutely. >> the call for all of us. thank you, heather always a pleasure. >> thanks, bill have good day. >> take care. 7:35 is the time. major star in our area singer cary underwood. >> where was she? the fun place she took her kids and shock the fans when she got there. >> also, what's it like to look like the boy who lived. the local star of the harry potter festival how he got the job and how he's cast his spell on chestnut hill. ♪
♪ >> hello. >> welcome back. a little adele. >> that's all i got. >> hello to you on your sunday morning. a little rainy, little foggy. snuggle on in, grab your cup of something hot, coffee, tea, hot chocolate and join us for our show. in old days we used tough black berries but they don't make smart phones any more but something i really liked about the keyboards were great and that's not going away. the ceo says the company will license out that keyboard design so that way other phone makers can now finally use them on
their devices. blackberry's keyboard err go nom mix bump on each key which made typing a little easier which was really nice. cell phone maker has been struggling for years as ditch the black berries and switched over to i phones and other phones out there. >> license out technology that nobody wanted leading your company to go into financial issues. >> we all liked the keyboard. we just didn't like we didn't have all the doo hickey things. >> touch screens, technology. >> no invention is a bad idea if there's something out there willing to buy what you are selling. with that said, there are some really weird inventions out there. >> this morning let's take look at them. some of the strangest technology that you can buy. let's take ride in the tech tank. ♪ i'm anthony mongeluzo and this is your tech bite from the tech tank. we'll tell you about technology that actually exists. you don't think would. number one, the quirky egg minder. what is that? basically it's a device and for 13 bucks you fill
it with your eggs and it will let when you know your running low on eggs or when they're expiring. pretty weird but kind of a novelty. second, we have the hydrate spark. what that is, it's a water bottle that you can spend $55 for and get this it will tell you via blue tooth on your phone when you need to drink water to be hydrated. and last but not least this one is actually cool if you're a tech guy. the humo power supplies much these are modular power adapters you plug them into the wall and build your own supply so it could have wi-fi built into it. u.s. b, foreign chargers, basically anything a lego box of power supplies. so technology that doesn't exist but does. what's next? we'll tell you more. reach out to us with some more questions hash tag tech tank and we'll continue the conversation online. ♪ i love the tech tank. because i can never remember i'm
running out of eggs or i'm thirsty. >> 13 bucks. save you some bucks there. >> do you have champagne taste but beer budget? >> i like to safe money. we've got tips right now if you want to eat out at a nice restaurant but want to do it on the cheap without seeming cheap. >> nice. >> we got the advice. >> i can relate to this. a guy fuels up, grabs a coffee and then realizes he doesn't have any money. how a stranger stepped up to pay it for and help him out. and also, thank you for sharing with us what's happening in your lives much this one from joe faccenda. look at that one. cheers to you, loving live. >> and from michael owens, of course, shout out to kaya and kate. they say they're our biggest fans. we love them. thanks for starting your day with us. >> and also brian, we, if we neglected paying our taxes like donald trump did we would have answer to the irs. our political conversation it always sparks a big debate. so whatever you think, whatever your politics let you know what
thank goodness and our jobs. these are the biggies. a ma son, facebook, google, ib. microsoft says ai artificial intelligence will be a major force for good for social and economic benefits but they acknowledge there's a huge potential for misuse and they say they are committed to protecting people's jobs. >> nice job. eating out to be nice treat. a way to celebrate a happy occasion or a date night or just a night to not have to do the dishes. problem s it cab little bit expensive and i'm a little bit frugal. >> i like that word. thrifty. there are some ways to safe money when you go out to o our financial expert dan rah cato shows us in our cashing in. ♪ >> jenn, you know i take great pride to being thrifty. i brown bag my lunch every day. >> this is what i eat for lunch at fox it came out of the vending machine. >> how about a few tips how to spend money eating out on the weekend. >> i like it. >> jenn, how often do you steve
and the kids liking to it to dinner. >> i cook monday through thursday. >> weekends you're out. >> yes. >> it's expensive. >> yeah. we're always looking for new place to go. >> try app spot luck on your smart phone. spin the wheel and it shows you local restaurants discounts 10 to 20% off. you love gift cards. >> of course i do. >> check out restaurants.com book different restaurants there and get discounts and discount the gift cards for this weekend. >> whoo! >> hey, jenn, have you ever trouble getting a reservation. >> no, i'm with mike jerrick fox 29 news. >> is that work. >> all the time. try open table app free app use it on your smart phone. book a reservation and get discounts when you show up at the restaurant. >> that's awesome. >> jenn, we'll brown it bag it during the week so we can splurge on the weekend but still use those money saving tips. isn't makes sense to me. >> what's for lunch today,. >> the same as every day. peanut butter and gelly. >> shut up! really. >> i'm cashing out. ♪ nothing wrong with peanut
butter and jelly. >> i love peanut butter and jelly much you know what's happening today as we take look at trenton, new jersey, fabulous, the blackwood pumpkin festival expecting 10,000 people to come on out. >> scott, they better bring an umbrella. >> or a poncho. we're looking at kind of what you see is what you get, because we have the fog. we have the mist. we also have the drizzle. but fingers crossed we might see late day sunshine across the area but right now, that upper level low still sitting and spinning off to the west. we have low level cloud cover this morning, some fog, some drizzle there might be a little bit of dry air that tries to area road some of that cloud cover later on in the day. 60 degrees right now in philadelphia. upper 50s in allentown. 51 right now in the pocono mountains. waking up with us north and west around coatesville, 59. we have 56 degrees right now in doylestown. hey a lot of walks taking place this morning. we have the out of the darkness walk taking place in front of the ben franklin parkway we're looking at temperatures in the
60s and then by noon, cloudy and cool, still mostly cloudy but by 4:00 in the afternoon 71 degrees and once again maybe a little bit of sunshine moving through. big game taking place at citizens bank park. mostly cloudy, temperatures will be in the upper 60s. there could still be a spotty shower but i think most of that game is going to be dry. as far as across the area, 70 center city for the high temperature. upper 60s down the shore. 68 for the high item which are in the lehigh valley. that weather authority seven day forecast showing the cloud cover, drizzle at least the first part of the day today. high of 70. low tonight 59. then partly sunny for your monday. high of 74 degrees. sun and clouds on tuesday. 71. a cool breeze only upper 60s by the middle part of the week. still watching the tropics but it looks like matthew will head out to sea. we'll keep you posted and have update on that hurricane coming up. back over to you. all right, scott, thanks. there's a guy just really nice gesture decided to pay it forward when he sees another
person can't pay it the bill at the gas station that can be pretty pricey. >> very nice thing to do. this was the picture tyson crowley posted on facebook. he filled up his car with gas and, grabbed some coffee and realize he didn't have any money and couldn't remember his new debit card pin he just change it. another man in the store decided to pay the $84 tab when he asked for his contact information so he can pay the money back he wrote his name and simply wrote pass it on. >> i think that's so classy. >> pay it forward. do something cool. >> that was down under in australia. >> would you do that. >> absolutely i would do that. there by the grace of god go i. i could be sitting there with no money help a brother out. i would do it. >> you? >> of course. undoubtedly without a doubt. [ laughter ] >> 7:49 is the time right now. >> you sounded really convincing. lots of time bride and grooms rent trollies to take their guests to the wedding receptio receptions.
>> oh, my goodness. what happened to them yesterday in our area that had wedding guests instead of going to the reception going to the hospital. >> just a muggle plays one of the most famous wizards in the world. what a kid from our area thinks about being harry potter for the least one weekend a year. ♪ when it comes to risking social security on the stock market...
♪ welcome back. pretty nice turn out. lots of people coming out the rain not dampening their spirits to help raise money for a very very important cause. this is for suicide prevention. people right there at the art museum for the out of darkness walk which will begin 8:30. >> we'll keep update. scott mentioned this. it's time to introduce to fox 29 athlete of the week. this morning we're featuring a young woman from south jersey who's making heads turn on the tennis court. >> here's sarah. >> i'm sarah with the high school athlete of the week ang angelly chi cove have a from moorestown high school much she's a force on the tennis court says coach dickerson. coming from a background of big team sports having played lacrosse and basketball she had a hard time adjusting to tennis. >> i think tennis is like different from other sports it taught me to like take the blame
myself and not blame other people. it tautomer to learn from mistakes. >> the coach says her sports history which gives her competitors a disadvantage. >> while she came from lacrosse, her skills translated from lacrosse over to tennis quite a bit to where i noticed that right away when she started playing one of the few girls that would, you know, willingly come to the net and when she got there you could see just the deafness of the way she handled the racket. >> contrary to her aggressiv aggressiveness and powerful for hand she has different side she's known for among her teammates. >> to the team i bring lot of humor. i try to be funny and make everyone laugh and feel comfortable on the team and bring a lot of spirit. i like to win. i try to motivate people to win. >> a team captain this year the coach says she has bright future ahead. >> with that combination, it's pretty amazing she'll be on the baseline and hit heavy spin but then she attacks and comes in
and so a lot of girls aren't used to that. she's doing really well. >> she will be playing tennis at tcnj next year and has some advice for the athletes. >> i advise younger players athletes in general to just play your best at all times. don't, be confident in yourself. if you're not confident you won't play at your best. >> i would like to congratulate you on being our student athlete -- student athlete of the week. >> i would like to thank fox 29 for nominating me for this awa award. i'd like to thank my family, friends and coaches for the player i am today. >> nicely done and that could be you. if you know someone you'd like to nominate as our high school athlete of the week tweet us our post it on our fox 29 facebook page just make sure you use our hash tag fox 29 good day. >> our jobs are fleeing this country many they're going to mexico. they're going to gene in a. >> alec baldwin debuting as donald trump on snl just back
from the summer recess everyone has been waiting for it. this is the sketch everyone is talking about this morning. >> also, look who was in our area. cary underwood. where she supposed a lot of families in bucks county. >> and we are getting your social media comments. keep them coming in. tell us your memories of ryan howard and other thing. cam oh says i'm feeling loss. i don't know what to do with the eagle on the by week. i know, i'm feeling it. ♪ i can't believe we're doing this. gus, you're not scared are you? you're the second most famous groundhog in pennsylvania. i don't like thunder! (bashfully)
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october surprise. the new york times published what it says is part of donald trump's tax returns. what the documents show and how the campaigns are responding this morning. and a fond farewell to man who will go down in philadelphia history. ryan howard will appear today likely in philly pinstripes for the last time. we look barred back at his incredible career. ♪ >> from the fox 29 studios, this is good day week philadelphia weekend. good sunday morning. thank you so much for joining us once again. to bill and scott, we have the pulaski day parade today. it will rain on the parade? >> it's going to be kind of cloudy. what you see is what you are going to get. yesterday only 65 degrees. today we might hit 70. but once again it's not going to be a wash out. i mean we're talking about some of that fog and drizzle. really early. you can see folks in front of the art museum for the out of the darkness walk. they have the ponchos. they have the rain gear and
let's talk a little bit about what's happening at the philadelphia international airport. because we're socked in with the cloud cover. look at those temperatures right now. it's still cool. 61 right now. humidity 93%. winds out of the northeast about 7 miles an hour. look at the reduced visibilities so use caution out there early this morning. use those low beams down to two and a half miles right now in philadelphia. down to a quarter of a mile in the pocono mountains. so, yes, definitely not a 10 on the scale of one to 10. we'll give it today a six for your sunday. so across the area, it's mostly cloudy, mist, drizzle, temperatures upper 60 toss right around 70 degrees and take a look at hurricane matthew. the latest 8:00 o'clock update is in. still a category four hurricane. maximum winds 150 miles per hour. movement right now to the north and west at 5 miles an hour but expected to move toward jamaica. haiti, also, into cuba has a major hurricane. we're talking mutter slides and
also some locations could see up to three or 4 feet of rain. back to you. >> thanks so much, scott. caribbean is bracing for impact as one of the most powerful atlantic hurricanes in recent history continues its path north. >> scott was talking about hurricane matthew grown into extremely powerful storm. at one point it was already a cat five. weakened since that. we have not had storm like this since hurricane felix back in 2007. right now, that storm is proje projected to slam jamaica head on and then expected to continue to travel north today. it's too early to predict if this will make landfall or if it's going turn out into the atlantic. 8:01 is the time. we had pretty bad accident. multi car accident caused major delays overnight on the schuylkill expressway. state police say it happened eastbound side of the expressway about 3:00 a.m. right near city avenue and montgomery drive. this is some video from our traffic cameras before that this is video down on the scene that caused significant backup. two people were taken to the
hospital with injuries. also, northbound side of the roosevelt boulevard now back open but this was the problem pretty massive backup for the wee early hours. there were eight cars involved in this crash between roberts avenue and st. luke's street in germantown. police say four people had to be taken to the hospital. and police in delaware county are investigating a violent home invasion where a man and his dog were shot. investigators say someone broke in a home on pennel road in middletown township friday night. they shot the homeowner in the stomach and the man's dog a pitbull terrier mick named faith also shot in the head. both the man and his dog are expected to be okay but sadly fame's right eye had to be removed. she's recovering at west chester veterinary medical center and the staff hopes that faith makes a speedy recovery. >> we're all rooting for her, we're praying for her, we're hoping she gets out of here within the next day or two and hoping that her family is okay as well. >> an individual that shows recklessness to not only break
into a home armed and injure a human but also to shoot a dog has no in my opinion care, no compassion. >> unfortunately the healing process is expensive. gofundme account has been set up to help pay for faith's medical bills. the brandywine spca isly offering a $1,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest of the person involved in this shooting. 8:03. so much emotion in wilmington as a final farewell for those two wilmington firefighters kill in the line of duty a week ago. thousands from all over this country came out for a joint memorial service to honor captain christopher leach and also lieutenant jerry fickes. two heroes died last saturday morning fighting a fire at a home on lake view road. the ceremony took place at the chase center that's right on the riverfront in wilmington. a fund has been set up for the children of these firefighters. vice-president joe biden atten attended. >> their lives, their character
lives in every single one of you. you guys the rest of your life you're going to have a decision. you're going to be yourself, what would dad do? i promise yoyou that. i promise you that. >> there's a suspect prosecutors charged beatrice fan ruiz with arson and murder and other charges. she live in the home and intentionally set that fire. 8:04. police are investigate a murder in the point breeze neighborhood. officers found a 31-year-old man shot several times on the 1800 block of dickinson street just after 8:30 last night. the victim was pronounced dead at remember we tanner hospital short time later. so far no arrests have been ma made. federal data shows that new jersey transit trains have been involved in more than 150 accidents and caused over $4 million in damage to tracks or equipment since just 2011. u.s. officials say months prior
to thursday's deadly train crash in hoboken, federal rail officials found dozens of violations during an audit foc focusing on nj transit safety and operations. investigators recovered one of the black boxes from the train. but they say they haven't been able to get to whatever date thai may be inside yet. the ntsb says it's having trouble getting into the front cab of the train where camera facing outward is mounted. that's because there was so much structural damage and high levels of asbestos inside that century old station. one person died in the accident. over 100 others were injured. it is 8:00 sorry five. happening now, some good news. septa passengers can breathe a sigh of relief because the morning commute tomorrow may be better because schedules are getting back to normal. >> it was months. it was months of crowded trains, delays, modified schedules. fox 29's jenner four joyce live at 30th street station. jenny, with lots of good news for tomorrow morning.
>> reporter: yeah, we have some great news to tell you about with a lot of riders going to be very excited with this news hearing that septa will return to its regular weekday schedule for regional rail train travel. however, septa acknowledges that passengers could still experience crowding with this natural transition. but that should subside as more trains return to service. septa regional rail trains have been operating on variations of a weekend schedule for the last three months after 120 silver liner five trains were taken out of service when cracks were discover. this summer season has been trying on commuters who say the adjusted schedule was inconvenient and trains were overcrowded. now, they can rejoice by tomorrow more than 50 repaired silver liner trains will be back in service. septa leased trains will supplement their system to ensure the return of weekday service. as trains are fixed, they'll move back into the rotation.
due to logistics with leased trains a few of the trips in and out of the city will still be modified. so ride riders it is advised tht check septa's website ahead of train travel for any changes and also refer to that schedule from june 19th, karen and bill. >> thanks, jenny. it is 8:07. so this is a pretty bad accident and you can see what looks like it's a trolley this is loaded with wedding guests headed to a wedding. well now that whole area back open this morning this was yesterday the trolley flipped over yesterday afternoon. it was a van pulling the trolley filled with 22 wedding guests. suddenly the swayed and overturn. the wedding guests already dressed up for the ceremony and reception had to be taken to the hospital. good news non-life threatening injuries. cause of the accident still under investigation. another one to tell you about jersey shore state official say there's a 14-mile stretch of the new jersey coast very badly damaged by super storm sandy now going to be getting some protective sand dunes this is part of a huge $150 million project.
hit been delayed many times. it was put on hold caused by litigation by some of the property owners who didn't want the dunes. the environmental protection commissioner announced that things should begin in the spring. are we looking at it people have been anticipating the october surprise coming now? the new york times publishes what it says a part of donald trump's tax returns. so what those documents show, are there any bomb shells and how the campaigns are responding this morning. what's it like to look like the you lived. the local star of the harry potter festival how he got the job and spell he cast. >> thank you for sending in your picture. mommy and kendall at the woodbury fall parade last night. >> and from pj, remembering ryan howard. thanks for your tal leapt, your personality, hurting pitcher's necks and most our championship. >> pam west thank you good morning my weekend family,
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>> 8:12. we have junior reporter program and they fine the greatest stories. from villanova university lexi joining us. a little bit of a celebrity that you met. >> yes. well when i heard there was a harry potter festival in chestnut hill, karen, i was so excited what i did not expect to find a man who looked so much like harry he impersonates him for living. take look. >> look it's harry potter. >> studied japanese language in college but at 31 his career is lightly more unique. >> because i'm harry. i'm out here to be harry, and in month i'll really be harry when we conclude completely transform this place into hogs wart. >> he's played harry potter for three years but he's no stranger to the art of cast play. performance art that involves dressing up like fantasy characters. >> it's an opportunity to not be yourself for a little while and to be that excites other people. >> dan is dressed up as his
favorite character since he was 15 when a local woman spotted dan working in cafe word got around chestnut hill had harry potter look a like. >> dan has been great to work with. he has been a part of this festival for a number of years, and he just -- he plays the par. >> dan currently plays harry potter full time and hopes to plan and organize the festival which kicks off october 21st. >> it's really literally true this year bigger and better than ever. a lot more people here. a lot more things to do. >> the weekend comprises quid dish tournament, pub cruel, festival and so much more and dan is at the center of it all doing what he loves the most. connecting with people in an almost magical world. >> with the glasses, i would probably be stopped like 10 times a day. without them -- every so often but people always say you look a lot like the guy who plays harry potter. >> amazing. when is the festival. >> it begins october 21 and kicks off with pub crawl an costume contest the night before
the big event. it will be really good. >> i think there's even trains that leave right here from center city and head on out there. maybe i'll take my kids as well. >> shop by. hog warts express. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> 8:14. bill. >> yes. >> scott looking out there seeing that the rain is there. you're telling us about it. we've been finding ways to spin it and make it happy. not going to be that bad. >> welcome to seattle, with. [ laughter ] >> cloud cover. that's kind of what it looks like i mean it's been damp and dear dreary for the past several days across the area. we'll finally turn the corner late tonight and early next week seeing more in the way of sunshine but socked in witness clouds. the low level fog mist and drizzle maybe a spotty shower around for today as well. that's in your headlines and then hurricane matthew, of coursesare continuing to monitor that. as we look at ultimate doppler not a whole lot going on. as far as precipitation but we have that low level cloud cover and the moisture so that's why we still have the fog, mist and
drizzle on this sunday. that upper level low still off to the west is going to lift to the north a little more. so finally we'll start to see some dry air moving in to erode some of the cloud cover but the temperatures right now 61 philadelphia. 63 in millville and atlantic city. we have 57 right now in allentown. down the shore pretty uniform temperatures 65 along the boardwalk. ocean city avalon and wildwood all reporting 65 degrees. so let's talk a little bit about weekend wendy. yesterday she was in dover for nascar. they got rained out so they are going to do a double header for today and try and get it in. this afternoon temperatures in dover at the international speedway into the mid 70s. can't rule out a stray shower. the big piece we're talking about ryan howard at the park. temperatures upper 60s maybe a spotty shower with mostly cloudy skies just keep that in mind but it looks like main the dry for that game. the weather authority seven day forecast showing the early morning cloud cover and drizzle. maybe a late day peak of
sunshine. as we move toward tomorrow, we'll call it partly sunny. 74 degrees and then a little cool breeze by the middle of the week. high temperatures again only in the upper 60s. back over to you. >> thanks, scott. remember it's rosh hashanah as well. thank you for reminding us as well. >> some really strange kids come to the big screen this week. plus hollywood gives its take on real life environmental disast disaster. >> we're talking movies. kevin mccarthy has his reviews. >> ♪ >> hey everybody it's kevin mccarthy here to geek out about this week's brand new move rereleases mrs. peregrines home for pull yeah children and deep water horizon. miss peregrine directed by tim burton. one of the greatest film directs of all time. the list goes on. big fish. this film to me is throw back to his original style of film making with edward scissor hands
based on popular book stars ava green, sam jl jackson huge cast about a young boy who learns particular pure jar will the after he meets miss peregrine played i ava green in the fm his family is somehow connected to her and the children in her home who have special powers. now you can think of it like an x-men meets allison and wonder fanned meets edward scissor hands much the score is phenomenal. scenes are a maze. the beauty of this the throw back back to tim burton stop motion animation. there's some really cool sequences in the film you get to see old school stop motion animation if you're not familiar with that it's basically puppets moving 24 times in second to create mowing it could take weeks just to get minutes of a sequence done in a movie but this film is brilliant. i love tim burton a mixture of x-men and allison wonderland. the best tim burton since sweeney todd and my favorite is
edward scissor hands. i love the messages about acceptance and love i gave a four out of five. it feels long in the middle but once you get to the end it's all worth it. and quick story i want to share about my mom when i was teenager i went to new york city i went to a tim burton exhibit at the museum of modern art. and there the tickets were sold out my mom went up and told the person that i was a huge tim burton fan and they gave her the tickets. i fell in love with a stop motion film called vincent voiced by vincent price. you haven't seen that, check it out online called vincent one much tim burton's first stop motion films. next up is movie deep water horizon based on the true story of bp oil spill back in april of 2010. now we all know the story obviously in regard to the environmental impact it had but 11 lives were lost that day and that night and the film tells their story. specific story about the human beings were who were on board of that rig. now we get the human story of what happened to all of them specifically mike williams who is played by mark wahlberg in the film. made it out alive after jumping
10 stories into the fiery water to save his own live. now williams played by mark wahlberg in the film also have kurt russell a huge cast dylan o'brien, also a great role by john malkowicz it starts with very heavy dialogue and character building and really leads up to the actual explosion and the movie is beyond intense. you'll find yourself um herred in this intensity, the effects are amazing and the understanding of how the actual explosion occurred. peter berg the director who did lone survivor takes you down below the water and explains to you how everything happened. so if you're not familiar with the technology or science behind it it's very interesting to learn that and very easy to understand in the movie. emotional, intense, very informational as well. lone survivor was incredible. i loved peter berg as director much this is definitely one of his best movies he made so far. he also made friday night lights as well. i've gave this a 4.5 out of five. very intense, very much worth seeing because of the human story behind it. i'm kevin mccarthy, fox news.
>> great movie weekend did you see who was in our area. >> i did. tell us about it though. >> carrie under spending some time in our area saturday she put the pictures out there on instagram of her son isaia. sesame place in instagram post she rights since we were in the area we got the chance to make i say yes' day. thanks sesame place for the fun and we all had a blast. she was on the way to hershey to be popping up there as well. >> so lots of people go on the internet to date tinder net and swiping whatever they're doing. >> yeah. whatever they do. >> there's new site we got to get your opinion about what you think about this one. >> getting a lot of flack online. we'll tell was it takes to be listed on this super exclusive new dating sight. >> are you one of the beautiful people? >> also, aw thanks for the memories fond farewell to a guy
taking a look at walkers getting ready to walk for suicide prevention. this is actually the philadelphia police department' team getting ready at the art museum right now for the out of the darkness walk. it's actually an opening ceremony and then the walk begins in just couple of minutes at 8:30. all right. trending right now, just kind of cookie and funny what they don't think of. it looks like ram men noodles but it tastes like cold ice cream. we'll introduce you to the ice cream the newest dessert creation technically it's japanese jelly noodles made from algae. >> it's healthy. >> that's true. over crushed ice and evaporated milk. what else is in isn't it. >> more deliciousness. there's cantaloupe balls and mango chunks all mixed in it's jiggly like jell-o, looks like a stream of water as you can see and people say it's ice cold and sweet. gives you the taste of eating ram men. scott where can we get it.
>> get it in new york's greenwich village. >> hasn't made it to philadelphia yet. >> would you try it. >> i would try it. >> i would try it. it looks interesting it has algae i would like to see how all the flavors come together. algae, cantaloupe, mango it sounds refreshing right? >> it does sound refreshing the colors look fabulous. you can sell that as like to my kids it's like monster food. [ laughter ] >> all right. if you're selling point if the best that you have is that it's jelly like and has an algae base, that's the best you've got in telling me to try it. >> would you try it. if you bring it on the show i'll try it. i would never order and pay for it. >> no. >> we'll go up to new york city and get some. >> it may win us. it may be good in filly. >> we'll have to see. let us know if you would try it. 8:25 right now. >> nope. >> so the cashier asked you how you want to pay for something, cash or credit. i only use credit almost all the
time. i never have any cash but those are not the only options any more. >> that are many more options these days and coming up we'll tell you knew ways that you can pay you just might want to check them out. >> a fond farewell to a man who will go down in philly history. ryan howard hearing today could be his last game with the phillies. we'll take look back at his amazing career. ♪ >> thanks for sending in your comments. this is from kathy, good morning. all have a good day. i'm going to try. >> and from bill perez, him and the stay puff marshmallow man twins maybe. >> that's a pretty cute one. playing stink because it's his 65th birthday. i love him at any age. >> kelly ripa, happy frickth. enjoy the celebration. >> south jersey's own. >> tiffany 45 on today. do you remember her song? >> i think i remember. >> nicely done. ♪
right. we'll fight through it. >> song about beautiful people. are you one of the beautiful people? we'll talk about a dating service that's getting a lot of people's attention for wanting the beautiful people. ♪ let's take look at this morning's top stories. northbound side of roosevelt boulevard back open after drivers experienced this massive backup early this morning. at least eight cars were involved in a crash between roberts avenue and st. luke's street in germantown. police say four people had to be taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. months prior to thursday's deadly train crash in hoboken federal rail officials found dozens of violations during an audit focusing on nj transit safety and operations. investigators have found one of the black boxes from the train in the crash but they say they haven't been able to get to whatever data is inside of it. ntsb says it's having some trouble getting to that front cab of the train where there is a camera that faces outward that's where that's mounted. we know one person died in the
accident. more than a hundred others were injured. for everyone who has been delayed the next couple of months. good news septa trains are returning to a regular weekday schedule starting tomorrow. comes three months after the transit agency side lined 120 cars with structural problems. regional rail has been forced to run on modified schedule since early july it's caused delays, and headaches for computer commuters and dropped septa ridership but hopefully that starts to end tomorrow morning. ♪ >> all right. 8:31. let's get a check on the forecast on this kind of foggy, damp day outside there, scott. >> it's foggy right now, but karen we might see a little bit of sunshine the latter part of the day. today will be kind of similar to today. mostly cloudy not whole lot of heavy rainfall temperatures will stay below average there could be mist and drizzle from time to time. live look right now at philadelphia international airport. 61 degrees. humidity up there at 93%. the temperatures right now upper 50s, low 60s. 59 in reading. we have 57 this morning in trenton. low 60s in atlantic city.
north and west right now in doylestown this morning it's 56 degrees. 59 currently in west chester. but this is the concern. we've been watching reduced visibilities across the area. look at the pocono mountains. down to a quarter of a mile, miles in reading. up to six in philadelphia. across the area for today we're looking at high temperatures upper 60 toss right around 70. with cloud cover, mist and drizzle. big phillies game this afternoon. we'll call it mostly cloudy temperatures in the upper 60s. there could be a spotty shower. we'll talk much more about the seven day forecast and hurricane matthew coming you. back to you. >> thank you, scott. let's talk sports. of course eagles on by week let's talk phillies. we want to talk about this man, ryan howard, he went deep last night. let's take look. boom. look at the swing. his 25th homerun of the season in what could have been his final homer in philly pinstripes. phils planning to honor him in their season closer today at citizens bank park. >> let's break down the legacy
right now. so many wonderful moments. sean bell, good morning to you. >> first and for most i need people to go out. 15 people in the crowd. this is ryan howard. without him there's no world series championship. okay. get out there and support your boy. okay? there's no reason, i don't care if it's raining the eagles are not playing today. okay. so you don't have to worry about why watching them. ben simmons is hur. >> it will be fun. >> go out there and support ryan howard. >> he's done too much for this city. okay? if you look down at his stats, three all star appearances and mvp, nlsmvp batting championships over 50 homeruns led the league in rbi's twice. what are you doing? okay. you give everybody else so much love. utley, rollins. >> right. >> get out there for howard. >> that's the point. >> utley comes to town as a visiting player. it's sold out. people are going crazy. ryan howard last sun time you think they'll come out in
numbers. >> let's look at the wonderful moments. let's remember one of the best. remember this one, 2005. first grand slam it is outta there! >> no one had more grand slams than ryan howard with this ball club. you got to be kidding me. >> how about this one. back to back with chase utley. game three of the world series 2008. >> such a strong team for the championship. that was, when was that. >> 2008. i like was guys are doing. the last four years has been tough. okay. after he came back from that injury he hasn't done much. people forget quickly. >> what happened last night. >> well you know. he's howard. his last weekend you know he's got to homer. you know he's got to take one deep even though we lost. that's the problem. last four or five years he hasn't been great. the team hasn't been great. people forget quickly. see what happens with utley and those other guys they leave unremember. people don't want to you give your flowers while you're here. give him his flowers.
give him his due while he's here. don't let a little rain stop y you. >> you come back. she looking real fly. why did i break up with her? >> neck guy gets her and you're like, yo, like he's a chump. >> you forget she was crazy. >> come back. >> we got another big one to talk about. with our 76ers. ben simmons he's going to be the favorist team. what happened? >> come on. he'll heal. a broken foot he'll be all right. >> it's always something with the sixers, man. >> always something. >> break it down. >> three months. >> listen injury six to eight weeks. if you're lucky. it's where they say it is because it could be worse. but six to eight weeks then it's recovery time. so up to three months. >> okay. >> here's the thing. don't say okay. it was six to eight weeks for joe well embiid, too. two years later -- [ laughter ] >> two years later! >> foot problem and injuries.
>> 20-year-old kid. he'll be all right. >> joel was 20 also. >> you were doing so well with the philadelphia positivity and here it comes. >> it just hurts. hurts my soul. okay? i'm just saying. every time joel was hurt, he's 19. he'll recover. six to eight weeks. he'll be good. ut-oh. by surgery didn't heal right. i want ben to be all right. i need you to be all right. i don't want to cover bad basketball. please, ben. >> six to eight week. >> the pins expressed by sean bell do not represent the views of the ownership, management and host. >> here we go again. let's move on. >> joel is healthy. >> -- jahlil is healthy. >> all right. >> thank you. >> i'm not sure what we're thanking you for. thank you very much. the cashier used to ask if you want to use cash or credit but those aren't the only options any more. >> there's new ways to pay. do you do them? have you heard
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welcome back. it is 8:39. taking a live look outside on drearier day. one of those songs that up lifts my spirit. bill, there's a new dating website. can you explain it to me. >> potential users wouldn'ting am i pretty enough to even get listed? the site is called beautiful people.com. so basically the current members screen potential users and decide if they belong on the site. it won't just be confine to the internet the company that runs the site plans to open nightclub in los angeles with the same rules if you're not pretty enough you don't get in. >> i think that's already been this thing with nightclubs with the velvet ropes. >> vip. >> yeah. >> man, no. >> what do you think were you this? would ever do something like that? >> i think it's a little shallow. >> you think? >> i just think it's like, gosh. >> little bit. wow you have these people that are saying that they're pretty and beautiful kind of, you know,
scanning and just kind of like seeing who else can get in. >> i wouldn't want to belong to a club like if that's the way they think. >> i love the humility they demonstrated. two are the beautiful people. you can get into the club and the membership want not. and then once you guys get in you're on the board. i'm trying get a membership. you guys should push forward. >> nah. >> let's do it. >> i actually hung out with more of the theater in other words who i loved that was my crew. >> i can believe it. >> in high school. >> shocking. >> our question is, we got easy one. thank goodness we don't have to have ask if you're beautiful. have you done online sight dating. >> i think almost everybody that's been single in the last 12 years has but let us know. >> you have. >> i have in fact absolutely. there's no shame in my game. i'm telling you. >> the game is solid. >> how many. >> how many are there? >> i'm tra dig al old-fashioned. >> he doesn't need to. he's one of the beautiful
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this advertising. ♪ the old saying used to be that cash is king much not the case any more. as younger generation spends more and more money increasingly doing it without cash and even credit cards seem to be thing of the past as they look to new technology to pay for thing.
>> i want to be educated about this we brought in financial planner dan hernandez to explain all these new technologies good morning to you. >> good morning. >> war thee new apps. >> oy mean, for the first time in 2016 there's going to be more purchases done with credit cards, phones, debit cards than with cash worldwide. and they're using apple pay, they're using haven't know. >> tell me what that is. explain it to me. >> venmo is my maryland millennial heavy usage by young people. they use it to pay each other back. they can lend money to each other. they can use it to pay bills. >> is it an app? >> yes. it's an app that linked some sort of financial,. >> to their bank account. >> you just pay with your phone. >> like you're zenning a text, an e-mail you're sending money to somebody. >> it seems like apple pay is very similar linked to your k you just swipe.
it seems like that could be dangerous because you can lose track of what you're spending. >> yes and no. millennials like it because you can then go back electronically you are keeping track of everything. for budgeting purposes you can look back and say, all right, this is where my money is going. this is where i spent it as opposed to cash, where cash, you know, you can spend all your money and come back a in later and say, where did my money go? at least here there is an electronic record of it. so from that point of view, it's easier to track. it does start to open you up more to identity theft. you know, this wasn't an issue, 20 years ago, 25 years ago but now as retailers get hacked, the more you spend online the more you spend using these apps it does open you up a little more and makes you vulnerable. >> at least you're spenting money that actually have to opposed with a credit card you money don't you have that was my whole problem in college. i was using credit -- paying for
credit cards until i was 30 something years old. at least you're spend your own money. >> most millennials at this point only 30% have credit cards. that's the latest stats. they're using debit cards more. not using credit cards eventually as they get older and probably go through their live cycle and make bigger purchases they'll have to use credit car cards. >> to have credit history. >> absolutely. >> you don't have a history. >> you got to build that credit history. but debit cards and these other apps which pull money directly from their bank accounts much more prevalent right now. >> whether or not we like it, it is what's happening. >> yeah. >> we all better get used to it. >> we appreciate i thank you for your time this morning. >> you're welcome. >> scott, have you used it. >> i've used a couple of those just to transfer money to like parents or friends. >> there you go. >> let's talk about what's happening right now along the parkway. we have cloud cover. mist and drizzle temperatures are below average out there.
now, it's not going to be a wash out of day kind of similar to yesterday. we're talking about some of that low level moisture this morning mist and drizzle but take look what's happening right now in the caribbean. a monster of a hurricane. hurricane matthew a category four hurricane. hurricane warnings for jamaica, parts of cuba, also, haiti. so we are expecting it to move on off to the northwest right now at 5 miles an hour but early in the week moving through these locations mudslid mudslides of e we're talking about several feet of rainfall. by the latter part of next week, around the bahamas but most of the computer models right now want to eventually take it back out to sea. still some uncertainty but we have time to watch it interaction with land and also as it moves toward the lower 48 we have time to watch those computer models to see if it will indeed head back out to sea. for us 61 degrees right now. humidity at 93%. it's going stay kind of dreary this morning. mist and drizzle.
cloudy, cool by noon 67. by 4:00 o'clock, mostly cloudy, maybe a little peek of sunshine by the latter part of the day with a high of 70. so the culprit this pesto upper level low finally going to try and lift on out. that will allow some drier air to move in our direction. but in the meantime, we still have low level cloud cover and also that mist and drizzle across the area. so that weather authority seven day forecast showing today's high temperature of 70. rosh hashanah starts at sunset this evening looking at temperatures tonight 59. 74 tomorrow. errly next week temperatures upper 60 toss low 70s. back over to you. >> thank you so much, scott. let's talk politics. fox 29 helping you decide this morning. this morning we're learning about a new york times report about republican nominee donald trump and his tax returns. >> headlines so many of the papers right now. new york times says trump declared a $916 million loss back in 1995 which may have allowed him to legally skip
paying federal taxes for 18 years. the times says three pages of documents were sent to a reporter last month with a postmark from new york city and a return address of the trump tower. trump's campaign calls this document illegally possible taped and noted that trump has paid hundreds of millions of dollars in tacks. in the meantime, donald trump is talking about a new audio tape that was leaked where hillary clinton could be heard apparently criticizing bernie sanders supporters as quote living in their parent's basements and trapped in dead end careers. >> a new audio tape that has surfaced just yesterday from another one of hillary's high roller fundraisers shows her demeaning and mocking bernie sanders and all of his supporters. >> boo! >> and, you know, i'll tell you something. we have a much bigger movement than bernie sanders ever had. >> the clinton campaign says the
remarks are being taken out of couldn't tech. latest fox news poll has hillary clinton four points ahead of trump in head to head matchup and three points when third party candidates are factored in. hillary clinton will be campaigning in our area delaware county on tuesday. >> many people are talking about the presidential election, the serious nature of it, talk this morning is about presidential satire. >> saturday night life finally returned last night and introduced alec baldwin of donald trump going up kate mckeon nan's hillary clinton in a parody of last week's presidential debate. >> i mean, this man is clearly unfit to be commander in chief. >> wrong. >> he is a -- >> shut and. >> he started the bother movement. >> you did. >> he said climate change in a hoax started by china. >> it's pronounced gina. >> he doesn't tax returns. he's not that rich. >> wrong. >> not that charrable. >> wrong. >> or never paid taxes in his life. >> warmer.
[ laughter ] >> pretty funny bit no matter your politics. let's see what's coming up this morning on fox news sunday with chris wallace. this week on fox news sunday with the first debate in the books, trump and clinton plot their strategies for round two. trump threatening to after bill clinton's sex scandals and doubles down on attacking a former miss universe. we'll talk with new jersey governor chris christie a top trump adviser. then hillary clinton takes a victory lap. we'll ask democratic senator clara mack cass kill how clinton plans to meet her momentum and our power play of the week on fox news sunday.
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>> it's time for fox food bite joining us this morning we have chef less bender. good morning. >> hello. how are you. >> big new restaurant opening. shh it's a secret you can't tell us anything yet. >> bally casino. i'm chef less bent. welcome up way steakhouse and chop concept. it will be great. look for our website for announcement. >> that's another day. today you'll teach us how to make steak. >> we'll do steak which is bas basically steak tartar. classic steak tartar. >> no flames involved here. >> no flames. >> maybe if we put alcohol on it and burn it. >> what we're going to do, you
chopped up the filet. >> you can go chopped filet mignon. >> what we're going to do is take teaspoon of capers. very simple. teaspoon of shall lots. make this at home. everybody will love it. little black pepper. i'm almost amazed how easy it is to do this kind of stuff. >> are you raw. >> i'm not. >> i tell was, i've been doing this dish for years. you'll love it. >> have you ever tried it? >> i have and eh. >> we'll see if do you it today. i think it's one of my favorites. i haven't had it had in long time. >> there's the secret. what's that. >> a little worcester shire sauce. learned that in a forty seven restaurant years ago. a splash of tabasco to give it some heat. take great olive oil and mix it up real fast. >> comes together quickly. >> it's easy. >> i'm telling you you can do this at home. >> okay. what we're going to do, all we
do is mick it. >> and the flavor is really blend well. with the mustard and tabasco and the anchovi and the peppers. >> all right. everything mixes together. >> end up with what? >> you end up with that dish right there. which we're going to duplicate. >> all right. let's do that. >> raw egg goes on the top. what we're going to do. put a little mold writ here. >> all right. >> okay. i have our nice steak -- >> as you're making that i'll try it because we're running out of show. the way tv works. >> okay. >> bill you do the same. >> try that. isn't try it quick while he continues to make it. >> karen is serving and we shall see. >> i just made a mess of that. >> do you like it with a little pickle. >> we'll see. >> thank you. >> what do you think? >> i like it. >> i'm surprised i like it but i actually really like it. >> great. >> leave it there as he finishes
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i'm chris wallace. with new reports trump may have paid no federal income taxes for years, he and clinton plot their strategies for the campaign's final five weeks. >> the clintons are the past. we will be the very bright and clean future. >> trump threatens to go after bill clinton's sex scandal. >> impeachment for lying. remember that? impeach. >> and doubles down on attacking of former miss universe. >> a lot of things are coming out about her. i'm not going to say anything. i couldn't care less. >> we'll talk with new jersey governor chris christie, a top adviser, about trump's controversial comments and how it affects his standing with women. then, hillary clinton takes a victory lap after the first debate. >> one down, two