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brookside. >> bracing for impact. just remember that you can always rebuild, you can always repair property. you cannot restore life. >> this storm already impacting the caribbean as you know with deadly results and now the u.s. is next. plus, so much for riding the duck. why the duck boat tours are being us is spended here in philadelphia once again. >> and how about this story. a father gets billed by a hospital just for holding his newborn baby. find out why that hospital says it charmed this guy for a simple embrace.
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plus, hundreds of employees will be saying thank you at mall of america this thanksgiving. why the mall is saying, closed on turkey day. >> by the way real quickly here. off topic, 30 years ago today was debut of a show called double dare my friend, mark summers was a host of show. anybody in their 30s or 40s know show. it was double dare and sloppy double dare. so i'm trying to come one excuse to slime me and people just want to slime me. i have a bucket, ten buckets of goo they'll pour on my head head starting at 9:00 just to celebrate double dare. >> why? >> i thought of coming up with an execution to do. it i don't have anything. >> just because. >> you have ever been slimd before. >> i've been slimed many times in my life. yes, with personal relationships.
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>> oh, >> you have to wear a special out filled for slime purposes or ruin another suit. >> no, i take it like a many don't wear a poncho i take it like a man. >> if that's how you feel. >> we have a ten today. >> for us it's a ten. if we had negative numbers for the folks down in florida. >> they're negative ten. >> ba hams now that suit getting pounded by the storm at the moment. in particular the eye of the storm is bearing down on nassau and eventually headed to northwest towards miami. through see the direction of the storm strengthening of the storm as well. it's high category three at the moment. and there you see projected path of the storm along with that u-turn. we'll go into depth with that coming up. temperatures in the and 50s now. a lot of suburbs have temperatures in the . bus stop bud jury wearing a sweater this morning and you probably should too. 58 right now headed to a high later on of 75. another lovely average.
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bob kelly. >> sue, we've been talking about the folks getting off, off the island. take a look at think pulled up a cruise ship tracker. take a look at all of the cruise ships that made a u-turn lavern and all headed south, southwest. sue said the high there the hurricane is right there as nassau headed straight for what would be free port i guess is where all the cruise ships pull out of. even if you cruise over the next week a lot of detours. there here's a live look at the schuylkill inbound heavy conche to bell mount and accident on the bennie in philadelphia. accident 59 northbound near betsy ross causing delay and southbound display cottman to girard. mike and alex, back to you. >> i've gone to my graphics. we'll show footage of people trying to get the heck out way of matthew. and we'll go to jackie who is
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down in barvard country. i want to show jackie if you bear with me newer hurricane storm center there. i have a graphic here. i've drawn the state of florid florida. they're calling this the biggest evacuation in florida history. which at first made no sense to me. because they deal with hurricanes every single year. here's the problem. the hurricane normally just kawts cross like that. this one is hugging the coast so everybody who lives along the skooingt supposed to drive inland. that's millions and millions and millions of people. jackie you have heard that, too, the biggest he vac glaition florida history? >> yeah, that seems tonight word right now. but a lot of folks do not want to leave their homes because you know they've encountered plenty of hurricanes here and so, they want to stay there and
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honker down. here at emergency management they told me we will start feeling effects by 5 p.m. tonight and then by 8:00 we should get sustained winds of at least 40 miles an hour plus. so these are tropical storm wind here in barvard property management. we have a lot of folks work around the clock here informing people telling them there are mandatory evacuations around barvard county. emergency responders said they will not be able to help the folks until after the storm. because it will be too dangerous out there with the winds. we're talking about, again, 40, 50, 60, even 90 mile an hour winds. now there are other people choosing to leave. we saw quite a backup yesterday as well the cause ways and bridges will be on for families to get loved ones. the governor suspended tolls to people can get out quickly and we've been seeing gas stations even run out of fuel the last
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few days. lots of people are still shopping for supplies. we've been seeing, again, several stores run out of generators, especially, schools are closed today and tomorrow. hospitals in new smyrna, cape canaveral and rock ledge aevacuateing patients and 400 people in barvard are encouraging more people to go to shutters because other folks don't have anywhere else to go and orlando an ford international airports are stopping all domestic flights at 10:00 this morning. and president obama says that the federal emergency management is already here on ground here working with state and local officials and they are not taking this lightly and residents should not either. there are major backups and thousands and thousands of people leaving as of yesterday because again we should be feeling those effects tonight at 5:00. >> 9 to 5. they have all that backup with
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evacuation of florida. >> this reminds me 10 years going when people talked about katrina headed towards well mississippi and new orleans, of course, and come on, people, i know you -- that's trouble yacky, how long you have lived in florida? >> about three years. but i've been talking to lots of long-term locals. people that are actually experienced. i have familiar any west palm beach and they'll get hit pretty hard and my family was there for hurricane francine and jean in 2004 and that seems like ruvrest one. >> what are they say. >> my family, aunt, especiall especially. >> are they staying. >> they said they're staying. >> what are they doing boarding up and hanging out or -- >> they're boarding up, yes. they said last time during that hurricane they were without
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power for ten days. so they have mrepttive food and generators so my cousins and family they said they were fine. so they say stlaer ready for this one too. >> they survived all the hurricanes all these years. >> they've done it before they can do it again. >> this say monster all right jack jury we will check with you tomorrow and today. >> great job by the way she's good. >> 5 p.m. tonight. >> 5 p.m. >> well, once a very popular way to see the sights of philadelphia. ride the ducks. they may be gone forever out of philly. >> yeah they're no longer available philadelphia and of course to people who live here there's about a series of problems happening and accidents when it comes to ride the ducks. steve, what's reasoning then. >> well, it's money and they charged 31 dollars for adult ticket and you can see why so many people bought tickets. more than a million road the boats because they would view
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to go from here to the water. that's a picturesque view on the ben franklin bridge. this is the ramp the boats would go down. the tourists see the lant from the water and water from the land. that dread full day july 2010 when the boat broke down middle of riff and then got run down by the barge pushed by a tugboat, 17 million dollar settlement for victims families in that case and then another case developed because the same lawyer robert mon goode alose from big cases like collapse on market street won a $17 million settlement and he's hoping to win another $7 million for a doctor run over 7 and arch by the convention center and those are the reasons the ride the ducks people saying they were ceasing operations here said that their insurance premium
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for philadelphia was $330% higher recently and so with insurance hike like that, they no longer could stay in business. they would have to charge probably $100 a ticket and people probably wouldn't be able to afford that kind of ticket. so that's why they're out of business at least here in philly. as i said, in the tease before the break. still in business and several other cities like cincinnati and seattle they had a fatal accident you'll recall last september. five people killed and a duck boat in seattle crashed into a bus. they had problems not just here in philly and robert mon goode alusi said they need to be taken off the road all over the world they have not to get a way to get tourism business when are you killing tourists. >> they had something in arkansas somebody died drowned on the water there, righting. >> okay. duck boats no more. 7:11. >> well the search is phone or killer in kensington after a woman was killed in drive by
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shooting last night. it happened on the 100 block of east sterner street before 8. philadelphia police say the gunman was last seen in gray chevy trail blazer. they're trying to determine ft. victim was intended target. >> 7:12 police want to find two men that tide up a st. joe student after they forced their way into her home. >> dave kinchen isthon one. >> mike and alex a lot of people in this area including students are wondering how sthaiv area is after this ins accident and those up here 40 years say it's safe. a female st. joe student was escorted outside of her house after this home invasion and escorted out by the suspects and told to get into the trunk of her car. she made a break when they were not looking. here's how this happened. detectives were back out working corner of 56 and wood brian avenue all the way to 57 last night looking for clues. investigators say two men wearing masks got inside the
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victim's home through an unlocked window 5 a.m. wednesday and the thieves railroad armed with gun and knife and threw the victim into the closet while tear ago part the bedroom and they tied her up as stole iforngs ipad, wallet and car. the student was able to break free. her car was recovered and two young robbers are at large. >> we urge our students top work closely with landlords. to assure that they have reliable and substantial locks and that they are deployed on their windows and doors. and work with the landlords to install counters and robust lighting and trim back frill annual and obstructed and more safe environment and off campus community we're asking students do that. >> seeing that article that's surprising going forward it maybe trying to live off campus next year. is that the definitely something to take in account. >> st. joe's university and public safety says they're
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boosting patrols. we've seen increase in patrols in this area since we've been out here. philadelphia police ask you to call them if you have any information on this case or if you have seen anything suspic us in this area. back to you mike and alex. >> okay. keep us updated on that, 7:14 now. >> firefighters willing back on the scene in trenton, new jersey. officials are looking into what led to yesterday's explosion that injured two people. the blast was so strong it damaged two homes on wayne avenue and forced authorities to evacuate nearby residences and two people were taken to a hospital for evaluation. >> there was debris and glass in the middle of the street and hi to blink a couple times is this real. >> i heard a loud boom and the house shakes a little bit. >> the blast came one day after similar incident in patterson. two multi-family houses were destroyed in that explosion. officials say may have been caused by a gas leak. >> blew the house off the foundation there. people in new jersey have an
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extra day tone joy lowest gasoline prices in the country. garden state lawmakers pushed back a vote on bill that would raise the tax, sales tax on gasoline. that vote now happening tomorrow. what will happen. democrats failed to get support needed to pass the measure in emergency vote the bill raised gasoline tax and 23 cents per gallon and help pay for roadwork. unreal. supporters say hike is desperately needed because state transportation fund is out of money big time and critics say the hike will hurt working class families. all right. exactly 7:15 that seems like every day for the last 20 years we've gone to sue at 7:15. >> especially today we need to. talking about hurricane matthe matthew. >> that's right. >> the rest of that is first time of day. >> excuse me? >> yes. >> he loves when i put words in his mouth. anyway, high pressure offshore is what's keeping this hurricane to the south.
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we will see this cold front come through saturday with rai rain. again keeping the hurricane to our south. and as high pressure builds in thinned it will continue that trend. so as we look at the stats of hurricane matthew. 125 mile an hour winds. here's projected path of the storm and we have the i've the storm coming very close to all these east coast cities, melbourne, daytona beach, jacksonville to the north of there. weakens a little bit. depend how many land falls we get and thun usual u-turn because of the systems just showed you keeps that storm to the south. and maybe it may even make a circle. we'll have to wait until middle of next week to see what happens with that. these are the four casted wind fields. red in middle, hurricane force winds and this is tomorrow at about lunchtime we see hurricane force winds battering these coastal towns towards st. st. louise, melbourne, orlando getting hurricane force winds
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and we will, of course, see that happening throughout the rest of day. quick look at the 7 day forecast shows ideal weather today and tomorrow. chance of showers on saturday. mike and alex. >> so you're talking about matthew, right, sue? >> right. >> so it's pounding bahamas now? >> it is. >> it will leave bahamas and hit east coast of florida. >> by 5 p.m. today. >> serve moving out. >> we have a journalist smin went to school with chris founders in nasa right now. good morning, chris. >> nassau bahamas. >> yes. >> good morning, alex, mike how are you doing. >> how are you doing? >> well, conditions rite here in nassau have deteriorated in the last couple minutes literally. we were trying to do a live shot outside the winds compromised one of the doors here at the station here in nassau bahamas we're dealing with that and wind picked up tremendously they're closer to 120 miles an hour right now and
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a little perspective, nassau where the capital is two-thirds of population is here. this island has not seen a category three or four storm since 1929. >> wow. >> that's last time a major storm hit here. we could clipped by category two and one and we felt impact of some of those storms. this is first time category four passed over nassau. here at the station cns station we had one of our doors compromised and winds are picking up and we just had power cut and across the island 45 minutes ago and we have little pockets around the island. now, all of that is cut out. we have generators here and we're trying to get shows out because people are listening to us on radio and television and literally you can hear it in the background but the winds are pounding.
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we're up on a hill on the second floor and it's just being pounded out there. these are winds i've never seen in nassau i've been covering hurricanes quite a while. this is unprecedented for most people here. 1929 last time a storm of this will pass over. 200,000 live here in the islan island. essential government is here and most healthcare facilities, healthcare facilities are here. so we're hoping this passes through quickly. we have satellite image and we have not gotten the brunt of the storm just yet. >> we're showing video chris that you sent into us. you have been up all night and seeing it kind of develop. >> we've been up all night watching it as it develops. we started to see tropical force winds 10:00 last night we're used to that it started to get worse a little around
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4:00 this morning between 4 and 5. that is on the hash our walk it's a ghost town in nassau now everybody is boarded up. people are taking this storm seriously. last year hurricane joaquin passed through here and it did not hear nassau and providence it hit small island. because of that people are taking this storm seriously. because of that they saw the devastation. there people boarded up and started to evacuate low lying areas. we're just getting ready. >> thank you so much for your report, chris, and please be safe. i don't know if that's wind we're hearing or pounding the station. >> that is the wind. >> wow. >> his tv station is come ago part it sounds like. >> yep, yep. >> wow, chris, thank you for that. >> police keep us updated okay? >> sure no problem. >> good to see you. >> you too, alex bye. >> biggest storm since 1929. >> he's from the bahamas born
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and raised and went to grad school in mazoo and we dmept touch when there's a storm we check on him and he said it's no big deal but this time it's different. >> people are saying that east coast of florida. i'd ride this out. this is too big to ride out. >> i'm glad we can look at how it is in the bahamas how they're draeting it and what we can expect when it comes to nor day. >> he had the camera outside? no it blue the doors off tv station. >> they had to bring it in. >> let's good to this biggest -- one of the biggest malls in america like king of president president bushia they're shutting down this mall is shutting down for thanksgiving. that's supposed to be the day everybody goes out and shops. it was the new black firday why wow shut down? we'll tell you y. >> and michael jackson hit thriller is a popular song of course this time of year. i can really hear it any point ever of the year. this morning it's in the news for another reason. this morning it's in the news for another reason. find out why
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thanksgiving is for families. let's get to lauren on this one. this is a big decision from mall of america. >> the mall of america is nation's biggest mall. based on square footage. king of president bushia has biggest retail space. >> yes, you do. better shopping if you ask me. anyway, mall of merng is closing its doors on thanksgiving thursday. restoring black friday to exactly what it was to be the day you shop after thanksgiving with all the sales. so there's 1200 workers that work for mall of america specifically. for aquarium there and securit security, all of them will be oven joying thanksgiving dinners with families. however there are 500 plus retail stores and department stores in the mall of america and if they want, they can on up on thanksgiving day. we'll see as we hear from some of these stores. i can tem you that staples and b.j.s are closed this year on thanksgiving. >> well, you know, i kind of
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support that. i never liked the fact stores were on on thanksgiving. >> so the people can be with families, the people that work at stores. >> guys you can shop online. you can shop online. during pumpkin pie get out your phone and shop. >> if we do that aren't people sorting the stuff in warehouse warehouses. >> it's putting humans out of a job when you shop online. but lauren doesn't steam care about them. >> here you go. >> all those workers that have to fill the warehouses and stuff the boxes and put them on delivery trucks and all that i support all of that i. mike and family i think you should have thanksgiving -- it's trendy right now to be the company to circumstance you know what, stay home. because there's such backlash when you say -- >> i'll tell you this one. >> opening up on the holiday. >> i did not shop last thanksgiving. so i get to stay home and watch detroit lions play philadelphia
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eagles. and -- >> you remember that game from last year. >> yeah. >> i love your memory. >> 49-14 or something. >> that won't happen then year, though. >> now we're going to them sunday eagles are going to detroit and we're going to spank their bottoms this sunda sunday. >> spank their bottoms? >> yes. by the way you have detroit lions blue on today, lauren, so we'll -- >> that's exactly what i thought about at 2:00 in the morning. >> is that shady. >> detroit lions. >> i'm wearing blue too now that i think about. it we're all wearing blue. >> i'll be wearing green tomorrow that's when it counting friday before. >> thank you, alex. >> i'll wear green tomorrow too. >> seriously we'll check with you tomorrow f you don't have eagles green on we'll never talk to you again. >> really? never, ever ever again. >> never, ever. >> no i'm too in love with her not talk to her. >> she's great. >> we'll match a little and
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then forget about it. >> king of president bushia will on on thanksgiving day. >> i think so. >> i love king of president president bushia. >> their web site says they are as of now. >> they just got that new addition i bet they are trying to show it off. >> it's a great mall. >> thank you for research on kop. >> let's go there now. >> they're having a beer fest. >> okay. a beer fest. >> totally going to be on. they'll totally be on for thanksgiving. they'll be on tonight. and by the way, this beer fest royal we're previewing this morning is hurricane tested. you heard about matthew messing up saturday. not for this crowd. we'll tell you all about what is happening here and why they're hurricane tested, is happening here and why they're hurricane tested, because they are
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it is 7:31, preparing for the worse and hoping for the best. millions of people in the southeast brace for hurricane matthew, been more than decade for the us experience a storm packing this much power. >> comecomplacency, always a bad thing, concerning to federal and state officials. doug, tell us about this. what's going none dc? >> you know, adding to this fear of complacency, so much uncertainty surrounding hurricane matthew, mike, at this point. the reason is, that the eye wall appears likely to skirt the eastern seaboard of
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florida so tightly that even the tiniest little deviation east or west could mean huge differences in wind speed, and damage. >> scary only because meteorologists can't really predict what's going to happen. they can only track the storm. they can't predict exactly what's going to happen, so they're keeping us updated as long as they know what's happening. right now we know what's happening. >> the storm now back over warm waters north of cuba and is expected to re strength mean category three hurricane. >> so everybody needs to be paying attention, and following the instructions of your local officials. and if you get an evacuation order, just remember that you can always rebuild, you can always repair property, you cannot restore a life if it is lost. >> large scale evacuations are underway cross florida. all the way to up charleston, south carolina, resulting in gasoline shortages, many stores running out of batteries, generators, food and other basic provisions.
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>> i'm not going to leave. i'm going to ride it out. at home, got to stay and and protect it. >> our house built with generator, so we could stay, but based on the strength of the storm probably best we go to orlando at least glucase traffic pick up as more people take this seriously, and we go from voluntary to mandatory evacuations so if you know you're going to evacuate, don't wait to evacuate. get out now. >> authorities say it is important for citizens to take local evacuation orders seriously, obey early before traffic gets heavy and roads get clogged. >> and potentially adding to the problem it has been over decade since florida was hit directly with major hurricane, there is a new generation of floridians there, and transplants who may not fully understand it potential for devestation. that extends certainly well beyond florida up the east coast, the southeast coast, to use your words, this thing is poised to spanning the collective bottoms of millions of people. >> yes, millions. great job, thank you, we'll
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check back with you later, thank you for that. >> you would think more people would be taking this seriously, evacuations, because you mentioned in the package says category three, but it has been upgraded to category four. >> they always do there is they'll say i live, my whole life in florida and i've survived every other hurricane, i'm going to ride this one out too. here is your problem. go back to my fantastic graphic you made, the state of florida for us, i know, pathetic. miami, orlando, tampa. and hurricanes, katrina, remember back ten years ago, katrina crossed here killed one person, just bottom of florida. and about ten years ago, there was hurricane came up through the coast here, went across the panhandle. this one, just real quick, right? this one's hugging the east coast. so, that's why they're calling it, sue, the biggest evacuation in florida history. >> this is affecting everybody along the outside there. >> all got to drive-in land,
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but a lot of people decided to stay. >> even in tampa, some orlando, feeling the effect of it little bit too. >> sue? >> and because they haven't had hurricane in that part of florida for so long, there has been a lot of construction and so many more people live there, because they all opportunity live by the ocean. well, this is the down side of that. hurricane matthew, which is now a three, expected to strengthen to a four, as it takes that path, as mike so expertly showed you. then the u-turn we will see what happens after. that will meanwhile for us it looks nice out there this morning, on the chilly side. temperatures in the 40's, a's, put sweater on bus stop budd think morning, and enjoy the sunshine while it is here. because we have today and tomorrow and we're not going to get effect of matthew but we will get some rain saturday. 56 degrees right now. thirty-nine in mount pocono. 48 degrees in reading. it is only 44 degrees in pottstown right now, 62 in dover, little cooler in wildwood with 59 degrees
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expecting high of 75 with mostly sunny skies, another nice afternoon in store. we may be avoiding matthew, but we will talk about the rain we're getting over the weekends coming up in just a few minutes, bob kelly? >> you got it, 7:36. good morning, everybody on a thursday, dealing with couple of situations first 30 minute delays on the west trenton line. there is a disable car on the tracks near the philmont station. i would say we all get out, take us two minutes to push the guy off the tracks, bus left with 30 minute delays on the trains. ten minute delays on the norristown high-speed line. for the gang down in wilmington, 273, which is christianna road, an accident, right at the baltimore pike, causing delays. west on the atlantic city expressway coming in toward philadelphia, a crash at the hammonton interchange. this disable tractor-trailer, this is the off ramp, 95 north off ramp to cottman avenue. look out. the sun is really wick here on that northbound side. it is right around almost at your dashboard level and there was smoking car off the off
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ramp there. not sure if that's anything to do with the truck or not. for the gang over in medford crash route 70 closed at route 541, which is also main street. alex, back over to you. >> thank you, bob. eagles hoping to stay undefeated versus lions this sunday. why coach peterson thinks his defense is key to the offense having success in detroit.
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> the man who wrote a lot of michael jackson hits including this one, thriller, has died. the songwriter behind the king of pop, hits off the wall, rock with you, and more, died last week in london following short battle with cancer. the songwriter also wrote for other artists like george benson, patty austin, james ingram and chaka can. >> stars of empire which aired
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last night, you watched? >> yes. this was very interesting episode. they touched on politics. >> yes, they d and they're taking some time from their explosive drama on screen which is empire. i've never seen, well, maybe it has happened before. >> it has happened before. still shocking. >> the hole -- most of the cast got in to the presidential race by endorse ago candidate. >> so you're watching empire last night, you saw this, there was political ad. >> only one person in this race who said black lives matter. so many women and men died for us to have the right to vote. every time we sit out, we dishonor their sacrifices. >> i'm voting for hillary clinton. >> i'm tasha smith. >> i'm jessie small. >> i'm tray buyers. >> grace buyers. >> and i'm voting for hillary clinton. >> i'm voting for hillary clinton. >> well, i haven't seen. that you say you have. empire? >> new last night. >> yes. that's new. creator of the show, lee daniels, from philadelphia,
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directed that commercial, which was released during empire last night, daniels spoke at the democratic national convention, we saw him there, urging young people to vote. this is not unheard of. the cast scandal did the same thing. >> earlier this year. >> is that right? >> so, this is not the first time. but for a lot of people so like -- i got some tweets last night, people saying hey i support trump. now i don't want to watch the show. allienating us. so, some people noticed terrence howard, not the entire cast, but a lot of the main people. >> if you're asked to do it. i mean, almost feel compelled to do it, to keep your job. >> well, it was during commercial break. >> i know. >> so i mean, clearly, you can say no. >> so the scandal, do they endorse hillary clinton too? >> yes, they did. >> also hillary clinton. well, please join us this sunday. it is our first walk of the season. walk to ends alzheimer's disease there is sunday walk on the boardwalk, in atlantic
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city. i've done this a few times. we have new employee here. his name is hang flynn, i've watched him for years on that chasing show, right? it started out as chasing new jersey, then it went to chasing news, now it is just chase, they'll chase anybody. they'll chase you. >> and bring in the chasing spirit here, though. >> yes. by the way the one i'll do october 15th, in wilmington. >> okay. >> the final walk the one well everybody shows up for. >> citizens bank park? >> you get to walk around citizens bank park, take a tour of it, that's november the 12th. >> so we will be sure to see you there. >> now, another thing, probably go to, is beer fest. >> oh, in king of prussia? >> yes. kop. >> and jen is there now. >> let's do it. >> okay, i have one word for you guys. and it doesn't come from ikea. donerstag. >> it means thursday, trying to get it on in the king of prussia parking lot. i'll tell you all about their
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beer fest royal with these lovely humans coming up in just a few minutes. how tall are you? how do we measure greatness in america? the height of our skyscrapers? the size of our bank accounts? no.
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it's measured by what we do for our children. the values we pass on. i've spent my life fighting for kids and families and it will be my mission to build a country where our children can rise as high as their dreams and hard work take them. that means good schools for every child in every zip code. college that leads to opportunities... not debt. and an economy where every young american can find a job that lets them start a family of their own. we face big challenges, but we can solve them the same way families do. working together. respecting one another. and never giving up. i want our success to be measured by theirs. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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7:46. you know what we like to do on thursday, different spot for breakfast, today over to millville, new jersey, queen diner, where they're turning 21. going to be legal today. twenty-one years in business, they got big celebration, come on by, kick the party off at
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9:00 i'll be out there until 10:00. bring the kids, news van out with us, too, 30 minute delay, ten minute on norristown high-speed line, down to delaware an accident. christianna road at the old baltimore pike, new crash here, just popped up, blackwood clementon road right at spring garden over here in south jersey. both the freeway and 55, bumper to bumper to bumper working your way in toward the walt whitman bridge. a lot of sun glare out there this morning, so grab your shades, and no complaints though. we didn't have any sun glare with the fog, the last couple of mornings. the a.c. expressway, an accident, westbound, at hammonton, how long is that sun glare going to last? how close is the hurricane going to get in sue has the answer coming up in 15 seconds.
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>> all right, here is the latest interim update on hurricane matthew. now, the hurricane aircraft will fly into the center of the storm, and we'll have the next big update at 11:00 a.m. we'll have another facebook live session if you will then. meantime it is 30 miles away from nassau, 125-mile per hour winds, hurricane matthew continues it trek through the bahamas, eventually, skirting this east coast of florida same path, same amount of strengthening, this is a dangerous storm. we see the u-turn, after it hit, i guess it, goes outside of south carolina, there off the coast, and just to show you how far this is from philadelphia, and the jersey shore, and the delaware beaches. we are area still not expecting to feel effect from this storm. so, as we watch the radar, and the outer bands start to bring some rain to florida, the real problem will be tomorrow for the storm. chilly temperatures around
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this morning. forty's to the north of us, 50's in the city. we're specking high temperature of 75 degrees today, and tomorrow, and then a chan after few showers, it shouldn't be a big deal on saturday. sunshine comes back on sunday, and monday, columbus day, and that's a look at your seven day forecast, looking nice after that. but we're still watching matthew, guys? >> okay, so, we all are going to be watching the game, eagles, lions sunday, man if they win that game, we'll be four and o and this city will be electric on monday. >> but there is a connection with this. you know that, right? more than just two teams on the same field? >> i know what you are talking b our eagles defensive coordinator doing great job this year, jim swartz, he used to be the lions help -- head coach. >> he brought the wide nine defense, right? and they still use it. >> explain the wide nine defense to me, aling. >> well, do you know what it is? >> well, it is probably, 11 guys on defense, right?
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>> yes. >> and i guess nine of them are really wide guys, really -- >> oh, that's amazing, i completely understand. >> well, i made that up. >> of course did you. >> they spread out real wide, all nine of them. >> yes? >> leaving two guys on an island way back in the backfield. >> yes. are they narrow where everybody else is wide? >> really skinny dudes. other guys are real big thick guys. >> he brought the same scheme to the eagles. >> break it down. >> pederson thinks his offense will prepare for sunday's game. >> doug? we have inside info. >> similar style of defense like we play, you know, with the wide defensive ends, and it is a get up the field. it is attack mentality. the benefit to it is that we see it every day in practice, so we're used to this style. >> we know that. i don't care how far wide their d, defensive ends are. it will be like a sieve. we'll run through it. >> this will be interesting.
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because wouldn't he like give them all of the plays and stuff? oh, like insider info. i know what will happen. this is what we'll do. >> you know the defense wants to win for jim, for coach swartz. it is your old team. let's go spanning them. like i used to work for good day new york. right? i did this very show up in new york. >> now you want to spanning new york? >> i revel in the fact that their ratings sting since i left. >> really? do you check their ratings every day. >> every now and then, yes. and i revel in the fact they don't do well. >> that's horrible. we're all fox family. >> no, no, i don't like anybody there. >> oh, okay. >> who do you like? >> i like you. >> oh, okay, well, there is that. >> i think i might be in love with you. >> what? >> i think i am. >> you don't know what love is. >> ♪ you don't know what love is ♪ >> i want you to tell me ♪ >> you don't know -- you don't -- >> whatever he tells me, oh, i love you alex. i say i don't know what love is. >> you don't know me. you don't know nothing.
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the king of prussia, ever heard that far place? >> but i love you too. i don't want people to think i don't. dow. >> if king of prussia is the name after town or is the mall? >> i think this is a town thing. >> it is a town thing? >> yes. >> you can go to the mall after. >> sure you could, have couple of beers and go shop. jen, you probably shouldn't shop after drinking beer? >> that's the best time to shop is having a couple, or ten beers. give me a break. by the way, king of prussia pennsylvania is a town, and it is where the king of prussia mall is located. correct? and these people are with the king of prussia development organization. >> king of prussia district. >> that's what i am talking about. okay, so first of all, good morning to everyone. right? so you're having real cool october fest flavored beer fest right now. >> yes. king of prussia beer fest royal starts tonight, thursday, october 6, and then it is also on saturday october 8. >> okay. so, you guys are having fun. we talk about this, you have
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weathered a tropical storm before. last year joaquin came in here and tried to mess with you people. and you sent him back home? >> we sure d ready to do it again to matthew. >> okay, good. so you're here from rock bottom. let's pour some beers, show me what we are talking about. >> we start off with the lighter of them. one of the beers we're actually brinking this evening. >> you're not hearing things, he sounds like he should and radio broadcaster. but go ahead. >> this is a wheat all. we brewed it for the season t has pineapple. cinnamin, clove to it. >> okay, next part? >> all right. >> how was it? >> drinking all of your beer today. it is great. >> okay, and this one? >> this one is our october fest. actually our seasonal october fest lagger. >> your turn, okay. >> and then i notice the one you are waiting for, scoff law stout, conditioned with coffee. actually is caffeinated beer. >> scoff law is criminal. >> yes. >> in from justin who needs caffeine. wasn't more perfect beer?
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>> oh, that's kind of yummy. so i come over here. sullivan's, you guys will have some stuff here too. >> yes, tonight serving filet minon platter. so actually taken, infuse in the into our demi glaze, topping it on top of the filet minon with onions, too. >> people come out. >> this whole place will be totally packed? >> definitely. >> all right, so it is tonight, thursday. you're going to have a minute on friday. >> correct. >> get everything going, back on saturday? >> still have tickets available saturday. if you don't have your ticket tonight we are sold out. get them out for saturday tonight. >> and again, matthew has nothing on you people. >> no. >> all right, pretty cool, right? >> better shall more than cool it, better be cold beer. ever drink warm beer? >> i'm not real a beer person. >> i like cider, hard cider but told -- i used to call it cider beer i'm told no that's
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different. >> have you ever had mike's hard cider? >> no, mike's, no. >> mike's, yes. >> hard lemonade. >> hard lemonade. >> one of tv's hottest shows hitting a hot button topic. empire which aired last night making a powerful message about police brutality on the show. they even wrapped about it. oh, look atmore eye a. >> moriah. >> she has got couple of golden globes. planned parenthood.
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>> ♪ >> johnny bon jovi is one of those artists who people love to belt out. you know, any song by the group, bon jovi. they love it, when you're doing karaoke, by the way, can i just say this, and i'll finish the story first. so what happened when jon bon
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jovi himself transform himself into a biker dude and decided to host a karaoke session? >> ♪ >> want the dead or alive ♪ >> ♪ ♪ >> isn't that freaky? they had no idea this dude with the hat on and the beard was actually jon bon jovi. this is a prank of course to announce a contest in support of his new tour, which kicks off in february. can i imagine, you're at can karaoke bar, singing bon jovi, and then jon bon jovi shows up? >> i can't imagine that. and they kept singing. i would have been like speechless and i would have stopped. how do you keep singing when he's in front of you? >> i don't know. last night i was at friends'
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birthday party at yacktori, love that place. over at 11 street. >> you can have private rooms. >> right. >> hideous. >> so much fun. if you have a birthday party, you got to go to yacktori boy. it is on 11 street. >> i can't can not do this on the glare no, can you not. >> please, stop. >> good day everybody, it is thursday, october the sixth, 2016. >> my last day. >> ♪ >> stop! >> this is "good day philadelphia". >> moving to safety. hurricane matthew sets it sites on the us, where the deadly storm will hit next. >> ride the ducks no more. why the company has finally calling it quits. >> the cost of contact. a new dad says he got a bill
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from a hospital, simply for holding his newborn baby son, why the hospital charged him for skin to skin contact. could happen to you, i guess? >> and a philly connection to hollywood. the u pen linebacker behind ben afleck's new movie the account and, gavin o'connor jois us to talk about the hype behind his new flick. >> when i talk to my accountant, man, he's really dull. >> he is? >> but this movie looks really intense. >> this account and the living another life. >> like the wolf of wall street, right? kind of sexy, and ahh, scary. >> what's all this stuff? >> bob, these are buckets, these are bottles of slime, because this is 30th anniversary of the debut after show called double dare. it is on nickelodeon. i know you watch, 30's, 40's,
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years of age, my friends, mark summers was the host, the big thing to do, if anybody wants to get slimed, that's what we warrant today watch. so, in the 9:00 hour, at some point, if enough people on twitter say we want to slime mike, me, i will be slimed in honor of my friends' show. >> okay. >> my friends, maybe some of my close, my real friends, they definitely want that. >> get on twitter. do you want this slime thing to happen in the 9:00 hour? >> resounding yes. >> all right, let's get to the latest for our hurricane, matthew, just, yes. >> oh, yes. >> right over the bahamas, about 30 mills away from nassau, right now, and there you see the eye of is the storm approaching that island. we have a three now, we expect
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it to strength tone cat four as it approaches florida, bulk of the devestation will happen tomorrow n contrast we have ten out of ten today. our weather buy full. all it be chilly. temperatures in the 40's, 50's right now, with some sunshine out there loverly at the airport, 57 degrees. 41 degrees mount pocono. many of the suburbs still in the four's this morning, mid 70s this afternoon, so lovely day, down side of that, bob kelly, sun glare. >> you got it, sue. 8: 03. good morning, everybody, looking live from skyfox, over the scene of this nasty accident along blackwood clementon road. in spring garden street. here's the vehicle that was on its side, collided with the second vehicle here, so we're shut down mode here. blackwood clementon road right at spring garden, you can see,
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the sand on the roadway there, probably from the fuel that was spilled so skyfox over the scene, blackwood clementon road remains shutdown, no word yet on the extent of the injuries. so hope everybody's going to be okay. let's go to the maps. because getting ready to step out the front door, sun glare for you this morning, eastbound on that schuylkill expressway. it is right at that dashboard level now. so, we're hitting it hard from conshy, into downtown, live look at the ben franklin bridge, sun splashed here, sun glare, so just about ready to see the back up from the upside into downtown 30 minute delays on trenton west trenton line, ten minute delays on the norristown high-speed line. >> mass exodus along the southeast coast for hurricane matthew. people moving inland to safety, largest evacuation since super storm sandy and the biggest in florida's history. government leaders issued urgent message to potential thrill seekers and those just unwilling to leave.
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>> please do not risk going out on the beach and trying to surf. again this can kill you and we cannot save you. >> everybody needs to be paying attention and following the instructions of your local officials, and if you get evacuation order, just remember you can always rebuild, always repair property, you cannot restore a life if it is lost. >> flood workers at emergency centers across the southeast. 1500 members of the national guard are now activated. >> of course talking about the east coast of florida. >> but -- >> georgia. >> also, south carolina. >> florida, george, a both carolinas, yes, up into dc area. it is going to have some kind of effect here in the delaware valley you would think. >> you would think. >> if it is that big? >> remember yesterday, talking about if it comes up and goes to south carolina, the carolinas, could set off -- >> yes, one model, very
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prevalent model says it will make immediate right turn after the carolinas, go out to burr meade a. >> i've been keeping in touch with friends and people i know in south carolina they're evacuating today. trying to decide where to go and how far inland. >> i'm still stunned, the biggest evacuation in florida history after all of the storms florida has had? okay. so far 16 people have died during this hurricane matthew. ten of those deaths in haiti hardest hit in the caribbean matthew made landfall there as category four storm, southeast region remains flooded of the country. roads, bridges, washed away, more than 10,000 people now living in shelters, again, after the horrible earthquake six years ago, the horrible hurricane four years ago, nobody can make phonecalls shall everybody's all scared their relatives, you you know, what they are doing. >> earlier this morning we checked in with my friends,
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journalist in the bahamas. and he's been keeping me updated he said right now they've lost power, he was doing his report at the station which is supposed to be built so they can do reports during storms like this. you could hear the winds. and the door while he was doing a report with us it blew out. >> blue out. >> so now having to bolt the door to the station. >> yes. >> they haven't seen winds like this since what the 20's? >> 1929 was the last time they had a storm this big in the bahamas. >> in nassau. >> all right, so ride the ducks, we've been talking about ride the ducks for over ten years now in the city of philadelphia. major problems. loss of life. now, they are no more? >> this is what it seems like, steve? >> well, look, i would get out of work and i would ride through the street of old city and these things never fit in one lane. though take up both lanes drive people nut. you see road rage constantly. and you would see these things on the streets, constantly. should see them on the water. right where we they went into the water.
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ticket boot still here, names off the boot. $31 for adult ticket for 80 minute ride. there is the ramp, when it went from the road to the river. but we remember that deadly ride on the river for those tourist frost hungry, two of them killed back in july 2010. 17 million-dollar settlement in federal court, and that case, and then another fatal accident in center city at the convention center, 11th and arch, another tour frist texas crossing the street looking down at electronic device run over in the middle of the day, and that second case is likely what sky rocketed their insurance premium, 330%, with two fatal accident like this, and that number was in the statement by the ride the ducks people saying we can't stay in business, with an insurance rate going up like that. so they're out of business, off the streets, off the river, around philadelphia, but still in business, and other cities around the country as far away as san francisco, seattle, cows incidentally had fatal accident in seattle, five people killed just year ago in september. the top lawyer in town,
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robert, who won that big settlement and is in court in the second case, long called for this these duck boats to be banned, saying, the vehicles are fatally flawed, death traps on the water with hazardous canopy design, on land, restrictions in vision, city without duck boats is a safer city. >> interesting. the only good thing about that is that shot, beautiful shot of the ben franklin bridge. >> beautiful sunrise. >> guess what i just heard al next. >> what? >> we have a vice presidential candidate in philly right now. now, what they're calling this a pop up campaign stop. which i have never heard of before. they just kind of blow into a city and this woman is about to introduce tim kaine, we're hearing this is on 11 street in north philly. but i don't know the hundred block or whatever. >> is that him? >> spring garden bob? >> spring garden elementary school. >> now he's been in philly
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this week. he was schedule, hillary in earlier this week, in this area. and yesterday, he was scheduled to be the sheet metal workers local 19? >> is that him? hold on. we are zooming it, yes. >> so what's the point after pop up campaign stop, don't you want people to have advance warning so they can come out and see you? >> what are you saying, bob. >> i say i wonder if security, being at elementary school had something to do with that? >> i don't know. is that, is that our camera, or a pool camera? that's us? okay. have the camera person pan around, see fib in anybody showed up. here is the problem with the secret service right there. >> are their humans out there? just the school kids? come on, do a 360.
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>> campaign stops, you normally flood the backgrounds with humanity, right? you don't want to go to a campaign stop and not have anybody show up. just does not look good. >> yes. >> i don't believe in this pop up stuff. >> we have to see what he'll be talking about. >> don't you hate when somebody comes over to your apartment un announced? >> well, that doesn't happen. >> like you have your scarf on? >> do you get pop ups at your house? >> i get pop ups every now and then. i hate t i don't like the pop in's. >> tell them to stop popping in. >> dow. >> why don't you pop off when they pop in. >> pop off when you pop in. and pop it up. hey, what are you looking at? once again, one of the hottest shows hitting a hot button topic. empire does not shy away from political statements. this time they talked about police brutality last night on empire. let's roll that clip, and see what our folks think.
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>> let's do that. >> well, the cost of contact, new dad says he got a bill for holding his newborn son? why the hospital charged him for skin to skin contact. and could this happen to you? >> they charged him for holding his own baby? >> holding his own baby. katie v/o: she works hard.
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she stays late. but she gets paid 21% less than her male coworkers. pat toomey has voted time after time against equal pay for women, against pay that helps hard working families get ahead. katie o/c: for my daughters and yours, i'll fight for equal pay for women. families need it; you've earned it. katie v/o: i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message because it's your turn to get ahead.
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>> just east, watch for some local detours and delays in the area. south on 95, accident, right at allegheny avenue. just cleared off to hine the trees here, but we're back up from cottman, on down, back up on the benny as well. from coming through the toll plaza up and over into downtown. septa says, they're back to normal, on the west trenton line. take a look at the plane tracker app that i have here, all of the planes are avoiding the path of the hurricane here. so make sure, you check with your airline, before you head down to the airport. and take a look at all of the cruise ships, that are
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basically making a u-turn laverne, real quick. look at the arrows all pointing heading south and then west, around the keys, getting away from the eye of the hurricane there. speaking of the hurricane, where is it headed? when is it coming our way? sue has the answer coming up next in 15 seconds. >> 89% of connoisseurs believe that wine is best paired with our fall foliage, other 11% prefer the indoors. in hershey and harrisburg, we do fall better. >> all right, fall prime hurricane season. and here it is. hurricane matthew, and the projected path of this storm. hugging the coast here. now the reason that it is not going to move any further north, as we thought earlier this week, high pressure keeping it southbound, this cold front will help keep it away us from, then the succeeding high pressure system after that which builds in on sunday, will help keep it to our south. so this is the projected path of this 125-mile per hour wind
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storm, strengthening to category four, brushing the coast of florida the entire east coast practically, of that state, then we go up to a category, downey should say to category two as it goes through georgia then makes that u-turn around south carolina that's the path of the storm, so that bodes well for us for the weekend. you remember on monday, we were worried about this, but after two beautiful days today, tomorrow, we have a chance of showers. but it is from the cold front we just showed you. and then, the sun comes back out for our altzheimer's walk in atlantic city sunday morning, columbus day looks good. sunshine, high of 65 degrees, still cool tuesday sundown of course is yom kippur. and that is your seven day forecast. >> okay, two of the biggest thrills of my life. i know i'm just jaded man. creepy. a lot of times? was when my two daughters were born, and they put the baby into your arms for the first time, so wow i did this?
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>> yes? >> human life in my arms and i helped create this? okay, i almost start today cry just telling the store. >> i oh,. >> what's better than that? nothing. but can you imagine if you get a bill from your hospital, i'm going to charge you for doing that. holding your kid. see the guy in the man on the right there? >> yes. >> his name ryan grassley. and his wife there on the table, they got a bill from the hospital, we're going to charge you for holding your baby. it is called skin to skin contact charge. so, she had a c-section and so they're upset about the bill, and who wouldn't be? the bill was only $40. but it is the principal of the thing. so, now, he's gone to a go fund me page, well, i am not doing this again. i want you to help me, heather hanson, our attorney, i want you to help me with the go fund me account, help me get a vasectomy so i don't have to
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go through this bill again. now, that's little out of control but trying to make a point here. what's skin to skin charge? >> most incorporate that in charge for c-section, nobody thinks twice about it? but this hospital for some reason itemize philadelphia out, and people are all up in arms about it. >> she has drugs, she gets drugs. >> yes. >> therefore, not safe to give her a slippery baby to lay thereon her chest. >> wow. >> lawsuit, mike, wait to go happen. >> like a greased pig. >> perhaps. >> so they bring in another nurse, because you have one nurse tending to the mother and taking care of the end of the operation. >> and the other nurse is to catch the kid? >> right. >> in case it comes flying out of your arms? >> c-section, scooping it up. >> like a hockey goalie? >> sort of. >> so they had to bring in extra nurse to do this. >> and the problem is that it is put out on that bill all by itself. and that's a bad form of
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communication. but the thing that's upsetting me here is that it is sort of lending it self to some issues, between doctors and patients, and nurses and patients. i don't think anyone would argue that if a nurse has to come in and work, with the patient, she should get paid for that time. i don't think anyone would -- nurses are the heroes of the hospital. >> yes. >> i get that. >> they should get paid? >> yes, and more than $40 to catch a kid. >> but they actually make about $40 an hour. so that cost is probably appropriate for this nurse. the i shall sue most of the times it is altogether in one lump sum. we never know. never know what you are getting charge for band ate, for drugs, for a stitch. >> so you're telling me, back when my daughter jill was born, by c-section, they actually let me stay in the room which i wasn't supposed to be.
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>> they brought extra nurse for the kid? >> probably stat, new thing, just like the other thing bill for on that bill, lack takes consultant, someone to help with breast feeding, that's build for as well. no one seems upset about. that will skin to skin contact is relatively new. people didn't understand how important it was back in the day probably whether your daughters were born, so probably the baby taken away, weighing, apgar scores, check out, tape end to the nicu. now they know it is important for mothers and babies to bond with skin touching skin, mothers with c-section they want to know it is safe so you don't drop that baby and end up suing. it is a charge appropriate. the way it is build. people why isn't that included, why isn't that part of the deal, why do i have to pay to hole my baby. and i think that the truth is it is because we have got nurse helping you to make sure that it is safe, and therefore, i just want to make sure people aren't getting angry at nurses and doctor who are just doing their best to take care of.
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>> i would never make a nurse mad. i'm sure soon i'm going to need one. >> i was kind of freaked out simply because everybody is holding their babe. >> i my facebook page people were angry. and they still r i mean, there is a problem with healthcare and costs. >> they just had to pay the nurse to watch out for the baby. >> that's right. >> the baby. >> thank you, hitter. >> my pleasure. >> real quickly here, megan, could you put the picture up of the woman, the family again? doesn't she look remarkably pleasant? for just giving birth to a child? i mean, doesn't she look preppy? >> she does. >> and happy? he looks more freak out than her. >> isn't that the way? >> you guys aren't as tough as the women.
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>> oh, coy never have a kid. >> you've had two. >> no cents physically give birth. i would be crying like a little girl. >> being pregnant would be rough, too? >> let's not get into that. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> today marks 30 years since the show double dare debuted on nickelodeon. so, i've asked on twitter, do you want to see me get slimed before wendy williams show at 10:00? >> what are people saying? >> 100%. the polls have come in. and 100% of our viewers of good day philadelphia want to see me slimed. >> that's what i am talking about. >> now, i got one that said slime alex. >> i don't like that. >> my hair. i can't get my hair wet. >> really? >> okay. first, we're getting first-hand look at the new bio pick jacky. why there is already oscar buzz about jacky. how tall are you?
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how do we measure greatness in america? the height of our skyscrapers? the size of our bank accounts? no. it's measured by what we do for our children. the values we pass on. i've spent my life fighting for kids and families and it will be my mission to build a country where our children can rise as high as their dreams
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and hard work take them. that means good schools for every child in every zip code. college that leads to opportunities... not debt. and an economy where every young american can find a job that lets them start a family of their own. we face big challenges, but we can solve them the same way families do. working together. respecting one another. and never giving up. i want our success to be measured by theirs. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> look at this, this is disney, is it disneyland, in southern california?
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>> disney live, anaheim, california. look at the dad, walking around, in a little mermaid outfit himself. >> i love it. because the little girl is dressed up at aerial. >> yes, so he's -- it is, ya. >> what we do for our chin, specially our doctors. >> have you ever done something like that, dressed up? >> oh, i've embarrased my daughters many times. >> cute did he that. >> i saw a guy yesterday outside of our studio. dressed in mini skirt, high heels, and nice blouse. apparently probably identifies with a woman, right? >> full beard. >> and then long hair. and ponytail. but full beard. >> some people. >> i don't even know why i bring that up. >> i don't either. for some people, that's how they choose to express themselves. >> which is great. looks very happy. again, i don't know why i
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brought up that. go ahead, slam me on twitter now, starting now. >> philly connection al text hollywood. >> u pen linebacker behind ben afleck awe new movie. trailer for this? looks so good. >> so good. his name is gavin. and he did play loin backer for the penn quakers football. though they won four straight ivy league championships, and i went to their games. >> were you at the game? >> ever franklin field? >> i've not. >> so much -- so old school, it is just really cool. i digress, gaff sin here, he's directed which i think is going to win an oscar this movie called the account and the.
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>> take a look at this video now. okay, here's what happens.
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when you're on vacation in nassau, and the bahamas, and you can't get out. they bring everybody to a ballroom. this is my neice, jasmine's video. she was in the nassau bahamas right now, she said the winds is really loud outside this ball almost in her hotel. no windows, can't really see what's going on, but she will sends some pictures as soon as she can go outside. but they have a generator. and they have the cots, sofas, and all set up, plus food and water for everybody, and as safe as they can be there is the eye of nassau, here comes the eye of the storm almost there so once passes the bahamas, remember strength tones category four matthew skirts the east coast of florida and then makes that u-turn, and we will see what happens after that. meantime your pal bus stop buddy still here, with a sweatshirt on, temperatures still in the 40's, and 50's out there this morning, in philadelphia. it is 57 degrees. plenty of sunshine, but it is
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on the chilly side, you what a nice recovery. with high temperature of 75 degrees. mike anal next. >> hey, milky way will key, the control room, we're going to put a picture of my accountant. >> oh, okay. >> he's one of the dullest guys i know but really good at saving me monday. >> i he looks like he's bore with your numbers. >> why would you ever make a movie about an account and the? in fact, the movie even call the account and the. >> ben afleck is in it. >> seems incredibly boring to me. >> i don't think so. have you seen the trailer in. >> let's look at it, here we go. >> remarkable young man is your son. i wouldn't surprise me if he has more in common with einstein, mose art, picasso than he does with us. he has highly advanced cognitive skills.
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obsessive personality. >> can our son lead a normal life? >> define normal. >> okay, this looks good. >> define normal. >> i take it all back, gavin. gavin o'connor the director of this film the account and the. >> nice to meet you. >> good to meet you. before we talk about the film let's talk about you, you went to the university of pennsylvania? >> did i. >> you played line backer? >> i was outside linebacker, yes. >> for the quakers? >> nor the quakers. >> oh, look at this. >> oh, my god. you guys, look at that. yes, that was me, number 20, tom gilmore, number 79. >> what years would that have been? >> i graduated in 86. >> in 86? >> yes. >> quake remembers really good back then. >> yes, won the ivy league championship every year i was there and then continued to do so after i graduate youth. >> all thanks to you? >> no, no, not all things to do with me. >> now, you why did you get rid of your hair?
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>> that was, ya. >> you grew taller than your hair? >> exactly. >> well, congratulations, man. film director now living in los angeles, and he's made this movie called the account and the. >> yes. >> oscar buzz, alex. >> feels good. responds to it, we've been screening it, really incredible kind of response with audience engaging with the film and like connect to go it and vocally responding to it because i think it has just a lot of different elements to it. >> what is the storey? accountants, oh, boring. this account and the's different. what is the storey? >> well, it is about, well, there are several story lines running concurrently through the film so we see them in the present day narrative, ben afleck plays the account and the. what i was going tore to make origin story, flashing back to ben as a child to understand
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how he became an account and the. but also, he has these certain skills that puts him in situations. 's blackmon i. he un cooks the books for people in the darkest corners of the worlds and puts himself in very dangerous situations. >> if my accountant ever did that to me, i mean, he wanted to when over drawn once. >> so from watching this trailer though, the thing, when he does this with his fingers, now i'm on zested when it, how he taps his fingers on the dash? >> well, he has asperger's syndrome. so he is high functioning autism character. >> okay. >> which is another ingredient in the movie that reveals certain aspect of this guy, in a secret life. >> that's why the dad was saying we don't know how he's going to like function in the real world? >> part of the origin. >> his father back in those days whether he was a child, people didn't know a lot about
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the conditions, so his father raised him in a way that he felt was going prepare for cruel worlds. >> enough about the move. >> i looks really good. >> talk about you guys? >> it all started at a small radio station in kansas. no, where were you born? where did you grow up? >> born in new york sit. >> i how did you ends up at penn, just because you're smart? >> well, i was playing football. i started getting recruited by colleges, my dad said if you get into ivy league school you'll go, no questions asked, and so i did and that's where i went. >> so on the hall of fame then? in you won those back-to-back. >> i have no idea. >> i haven't been back in so many years. really looking forward. >> why do you hate pen so much? if you don't go back? >> i think they hate me. >> someone tweeted me though. >> who? who? >> been here, said they're having friends and family day this saturday, if you're still
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in town, maybe you should go. >> thank you for the invite, alex. >> your welcome. see? >> did you hear the smarty pants? i always like to have oscar biz about my film. >> give me the over ones. >> film called warrier, miracle. >> miracle on ice? >> yes. >> the hockey team of 1980? >> i love that movie. >> yes. >> all right. >> thank you for stopping by. >> thank you for having me. >> welcome back to philly. >> when you went to pen where did you path? >> smokey joe's. >> oh, smokey joe's. that still around? >> yes. >> and now a smoking betty's. >> serious. >> (laughing). >> you're cool. >> thank you very much. i appreciate it. >> nice meeting you. >> nationally, what, tomorrow? >> no, next friday, the
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independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. 8:46. really is beautiful here the past couple of days, today will be no exception, there is camelback, at the pocono mountains. now, let's give you the latest update on matthew. we had an intermediary update at 8:00. with 125-mile per hour winds, this storm still moving toward the northwest at rate of 12 miles an hour, so it is barreling through the bahamas right now. we are showing this red is the water temperature, the water really warm, which is why this
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storm will be able to strengthen as it comes dangerously close to the east coast of florida, through for the piers, melbourn, daytona beach, still four there. and tomorrow will be the day really when we see the worse of this storm. then it weakens. it looks like the latest computer models have it, moving a little further away from south carolina than originally thought, as category one, and then, make that u-turn, after that, and it will it come back to florida? who knows, little too early to tell about that. meanwhile temperatures still on the chilly side this morning. suburbs to the north of us are still in the 40's, we're at 57 degrees here in philadelphia, and atlantic city, wildwood at 59 right now. seven day forecast, has today and tomorrow, excellent weather days, chance of shower, not related to matthew, on saturday. sunday the sun comes back out. >> stays out through next
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week. >> this new movie out i calls you should say film, sound more sophisticated you say new film. you don't say move. >> i just like you don't say this show, you say this program called good day philadelphia? >> yes. probably should say this broadcast. if you're professional broadcast journalist, do you ever notice those dudes? i know some of them. they say broadcast. >> broadcast. >> yes. >> so, never say movie. say this new film. reliving the days of former first lady, jacqueline kennedy, of course she was known as jacky, already generating oscar buzz. >> and now getting first look at the movie a bio pick basically. >> called jacky. >> oh. >> that's the one defining moment.
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>> i'll see this, because i'm fast natured when jackie "o", of course got the o later when she married aristos he will owe onassis. >> i i love naturally port man. >> the movie focuses on -- >> the what? >> the film, my goodness. >> the film. >> okay. so the events follows president kennedy assassination, due to hit theatres in december. >> see i would see that. >> i'm sure they probably did some filming in dallas and there are they were filming, yes, they wrfg movieng. >> dealey plaza. >> yes. >> you grew up in that area? >> did i. still major highway there, a the love people use and still have a x, white x, that's in the spot where he was shot and killed. so i was little, we would always look for it. and they have a museum.
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>> 1963, november 22. >> museum there and conspiracy theory museum. >> they do? >> dedicated for conspiracy theatres. >> the grassy noll, okay. the show has been one of the biggest hits on fox in years, called pitch. i call it the monet davis story. >> because we know it is based on -- of course it is. >> so, jen, are you still in the roving car? you are? it is not roving. >> i am roving like it is my job. >> maybe at a stop light or something? >> so, here is the thing. you know, the fox executives will tell you they want add story that involves sports, so it would appeal to both men and women. and so they say, this story is less about her as a little girl, but more about the spectacle of being the world's most visible and looked at athlete. but we live in philadelphia. so we know, that this is part
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of the monet davis story, her legacy, and the actors that play, they know that too. they think it is cool to like, sure, she plays baseball, but she loves basketball too. >> i hear she wants to play basketball. >> she wants to only play basketball. and -- >> she is that good at baseball. >> crazy. >> she's incredible. >> so how cool is that? they know her story, know what she is up against, what she is doing. so the show talking little bit about how, you know, the charge is her dealing with being, you know, looked at, in a boys world, boys club and all of that. but a lot of people are saying that this show, one of the reasons why so popular, is that the baseball images looks so authentic. there is a reason for that. they have the blessing of the mlb. and fox sports. >> we went to the all-star game. oh, well, okay. >> no, i'm the pilot, all our footage, original footage. shot with the fox cameras. so it looks like in game footage. so that's actually us with the
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fox sports cam. yes, filming while we're doing our production, just amazing, important in my career, seeing myself on screen, wait, i'm in a major league game. how is this possible? meanwhile, we had cameras, we had joe buck, john smoltz, you know, we have them doing commentary, dick doing color, and it is craze. >> i yes. >> what with are doing on the show, play the dodgers, giants, cardinals, the rockies. >> real deal. >> because we're endorsed by major leagues. we get to use everything that major league touches. >> how cool is that? don't have fake teams in shows like this you might see instead of the vikings, it is the pirates. so the show is on fox tonight. and you know that guy, you love him from saved by the bell. zach morris. i have to mention it every time because that's who he is. >> and he's married to super hot super model. >> the driver mike grenitch saved by the bell is still to this day his favorite tv show. >> is it? >> yes. >> he's got every episode. >> funny because they watch
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that all the time at glee club. he doesn't have an ear piece today, so he has no idea what we're talking about, get together for glee club, then they watch saved by the bell. >> can i just say the roll of ac -- the girl actress in pitch, i ended up stalking her, she really fun a and she can sing. >> you're weirds owe. >> why? i want to see more about her. >> very ac track tiff. >> and also talented, mike. >> that's what i meant. did you see more eye a carry? wow. did you see mariah carey's dress? >> she plaza character called kitty. >> kitty? >> here kitty, kitty, kitty. where would you buy address like that? >> anyway, she had it made. it's mariah car. >> i she ran out of material apparently. >> do you think he'll ever sing again? we'll talk about it in empire wrap today. how tall are you?
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