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live from center city in philadelphia. this is fox 29 news at 6:00. busy sunday the top stories at 6:00, hours away from the second match-up between hillary clinton and donald trump. protesters rushed mayor kenney. and the eagles winning street busted. we begin with you decide 2016 and that stage is set for the second debate between hillary clinton and donald trump. they will meet during a town hall to style debate in st. louis on the campus of washington university. undecided voters will ask some of the questions, that should be interesting. the match-up comes a couple days after a much talked about video
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surfaced of donald trump making lewd comments about women, i'm lucy nolan. >> i'm iain page. president obama just weighed in on those comments calling trump's language disturbing and calling him insecure. >> fox of lauren blanchard. >> the stakes are high as republican nominee donald trump and his democratic counterpart hillary clinton prepared a square off at washington university. >> nobody should be surprised by what's happened here. we've been listening to these inflammatory comments over a year now. >> reporter: a political fire storm erupted after a conversation trump had in 2005. trump married to his current wide receiver at the time is heard bragging bound making unwanted sexual advances towards women. >> the point we make is he's apologized for this and we believe if he gets to the
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issues, he's the candidate that is much better suited to run the country. >> reporter: despite calls to step aside, trump says there's no chance he will drop from the race. instead, has been threatening to attack clinton's marriage >> this race is between donald trump and hillary clinton not donald trump and bill clinton. if we need to discuss it it's fine >> a wikileaks e-mail included alleged speeches to banks >> she wants to crack down on the system and make sure there's no institution too big to fail and no person that's too big to jail. >> reporter: for 90's minutes, trump and clinton will field questions from undecided voters as well as the moderators in a debate here at washington university. in st. louis, lauren, fox news >> you can catch the second debate at 9:00 and make sure stays with for our late newscast after. coming up on fox 29 news at
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6:00, we will check in live with shepherd smith live in st. louis for the debate >> voter registration deadlines are around the corner, pennsylvania, you have until this tuesday to register. delaware. the deadline is october 15th. new jersey, your deadline is october 18th. hurricane matthew moving along the east coast. a post tropical cyclone, it still brought more than a foot of rain in the tar hill state. at least the rain and winds flooded homes and businesses as far as 100 miles inland, today, north carolina's governor pat mccrory signed a declaration >> weather authority live looking an the ben franklin parkway, breezy afternoon around here. it will turn into a chilly fall night. meteorologist kathy orr is here. what do you think about the rain the forecast. >> the rain is out here.
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lucy, if you look at ultimate doppler. you can see the past 24 hour, matthew originally not expected to impact north carolina as it did but all the heavy rain was on that side of the storm and that's why they ended up obviously with all the flooding. the storm did make a brief landfall in the north part of south carolina friday. but that continues to move toward the northeast and the storm is long gone and the open waters of the atlantic as a post tropical low. i want to show you this water vapor. it shows all the moisture associated with matthew being pushed out to the northeast behind it cool dry air and in north carolina, virginia, even in the delaware valley, much cooler air expected as that dry surge comes in. we had frost advisories in the northern plains yesterday. some of us waking up to 30's tomorrow morning. ultimate doppler showing the precipitation off of new england, matthew still at 75 miles an hour winds. it is forecast to continue in east, northeasterly track at 15
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miles per hour, that means it will not be looping back toward florida. 63 in philadelphia, 51 in the poconos. 60 in pottstown, wilmington 63. a pleasant but windy afternoon, winds gusting to 25 out of the north in philadelphia. gusting to 91 in wilmington and lancaster. wind advisory in effect until 11:00 for winds gusting to 35 or 45 miles an hour. tomorrow morning 40's across the delaware valley, rude awakening, the poconos in the 30's. sign of the season. i'll see you later to show you that seven-day forecast. >> already 30's. the search for whoever killed a man outside his mother's home. the victim was only 20 years old >> the violence a community member shocked and saddened. jennifer joyce joins us from chester pleadings with more information. jennifer? >> reporter: good evening, iain, police confirm that no arrests have been made at this time. they're still looking for the pepper who fatally shot a
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20-year-old man in city of chester. the shooting happened on the 2100 block of west 3rd street. a police source tells meet 20-year-old victim was shot outside of his home. he than ran inside for help. his mother was apparently home at the time. authorities have not yet released the victim's name. neighbors on the block and friends tell us the victim had a good reputation. he gave haircuts to children who couldn't afford them and had been enrolled in barber school. one friend said she can't understand why this man could have been targeted. he was a cool person to be around. something happen like that, just sad. >> i don't understand what the crime was about. i don't know what happened. nothing, it's sad. he's a good kid. i don't know. what's wrong. i don't know how it happened, what happened.
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just got another young guy gone. >> reporter: at this time, there's no evidence that more than one person was involve. at this point, no motive. iain? thank you. tonight, there is growing concern over allegations of racism within philadelphia's lgbt community. a flag raising ceremony didn't go quite as planned for kenney. what happened today at city hall? >> reporter: seventh annual pride flag raising ceremony held indoors at city hall demonstrators are angry after claims of racism within philly's lgbts establishment. what they call the city's failure to do anything. this is the moment mayor kenney comes face-to-face with demonstrators after a flag raising ceremony is overtaken by protesters who say the city is in denial. the call for action comes after a youtube video surfaced last
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month which the owner of eye candy night club uses the inform word over and over. the bar acknowledged the statements were made by the owner, darryl and apologized to patrons. video has many wondering if the community now need to address it themselves. three-year-old clip is you don't have the physical evidence a large evidence monitor, gay and transgender people have faced and hiring policies. we're going to hear from mayor kenney before he and officials leave the room as protests ensues >> the stories of discrimination and lay tread we've heard in recent weeks. are heart taking. >> why did it take for video to be public for anyone to get involved in the racism in the gay community? there's racism in the gay community of philadelphia for many years now. >> we want change. >> reporter: following the
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ceremony, the mayor released a statement in which he said denying racism and pledging to attend a hearing by the city commission on human relations to investigate the problem as part of that meeting, subpoenas have gone out to all of the bar owner oh in the gay bore hood. that hearing public and is on october 25th, sabina kuriakose, fox 29 news. ♪ you can't win them all. the winning streak is over. in a close one in detroit against the lions? letter get over to sean bell. sean. >> >> tough, tough game, loss, it was a tale of who halves with the eagles today. they were terrible in the first half, great in the second. but by the time they shook off
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the run, it was a little bit, too little, too late. first half, the lions jump all over the eagles, second quart, mathews stafford scrambling a little bit and are marvin jones in the back of the end zone of. the lions 21-10. in the second half, that's when things changed. wentz hitting josh huff. five for five at 64-year-olds in the first drive. the eagles came all the backache to take the lead 23-21, but ryan mathews fumbles that's the one thing you can't do in that situation. he could have sealed the game. instead he sealed it for the lions. that was a go ahead game winning field goal. the lions between 24-23. the eagles get the first loss of the season. >> we could have folded and gave up but sideline was very energetic, the guys understood we were beating ourselves at that time and they rallied and
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got ourselves back into the football game. people could start pointing fingers at different, but they didn't, they rallied together and had an opportunity >> tough loss. they fought back at the starting off so bad. that says something about their character. but even if they lost, great first quarter of the season, if anyone says three and one to four games, you would have taken it wouldn't you? of course you would have. later in sports we'll have more of the tale of two halves. the guys talking, especially carson wentz about late game situations that didn't work out quite too well >> fans hoping to stay undefeated. >> the loss may have been inevitable. it's understandable. fans are disappointed. >> penalties and that one turnover, the fumble is just, killed them. >> carson wentz is great. he played very well. impressive. >> no one is jumping off the
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wentz wagon. still the top twitter followed by carson wentz. >> casino workers in the trump taj mahal will be jobless tomorrow. workers are demonstrating to the end. >> eagles finds itself in a tight to spot after trapped in the grill of a car >> crushing thousands of toilets might save oysters nearly extinct in one area. they're putting the old bowls to good use.
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. rail service will soon be back at hoboken station. new jersey transit will use eight of 17 trackings after ten days after the deadly crash, transit officials say tracks one through nine will be closed until further notice. they got the brunt of the damage when a commuter train hit the station on september 29th. also tonight, new jersey transit has your property if you had to leave it behind in that wreck, for more information how you can claim it. head to >> 101 days after going on strike, the taj mahal casino staff is about to join the unemployment sign >> taj mahal plans to close the casino in the early morning before sunrise. >> reporter: in the final 20 hours of the taj mahal, there were more people out on this picket line than gambling
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inside. sitting among the long lines of empty slot machines are like the end blackjack player. sitting under the $16 million worth of bright chandeliers about to go dark >> he's threatened to close the property before and didn't so i'll believe it when i see it >> can you believe it's about to shutdown. >> not really. i've been here 20 something years and i was hoping. >> reporter: police sat by on this dreary day both weather-wise and history-wise for atlantic city. the empty boardwalk another indication why there's another empty casino, the fifth casino to shut down since 2014. >> i've been looking for other jobs, i got four kids to take care of and a wife and family. got to find somewhere else now. >> reporter: it opened in 1990. it was the place to play for
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years. the biggest casino size-wise and business-wise until tic, when the borgata and the philadelphia maryland and delaware casinos began to take away its gamblers >> that was a little surprising with the other casinos shutting down they couldn't see that there was a path of profit ability to. they had loyal employees, everybody wanted to come here when it opened. it was the eighth wonder of the world and here we are. >> reporter: it will be the end of the trump name in atlantic city. it was once on four casinos at the same time here. >> this is our town and we're not going to let billionaire bullies come here and leave us behind. you can see for 101 days we stood up against the billionaire that thought that we didn't have pride and dignity to stand for what we believed in but yet we're here. even a daewoo from the closing
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of this casino at -- at 5:59 a.m. we're still here until we see change on the door. we will continue to stand for what we believe in. >> reporter: the striking staffs about to be added to the eight,000 casino jobs lost in just the past two years. once they thought the only ones who lost big were the high roller, not the paid staffs. in atlantic city steve keeley, fox 29. giant is taking both human and dog foods off its shelves, after recalls by turkey hill -- they're recalling the chocolate ice cream because the company said there might be rocky road ice cream in there which has allergens. there could be pieces white plastic in it's dog food. if you got either of those, take them to giant for a full roughed
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refund. we got more information. the empire state hopes to bring oysters back to new york harbor by using toilets. re >> new york city officials are smashing 5,000 toilets to build an artificial wreath in jamaica bay. >> reporter: early october afternoon, they came for a first look at a man made receive constructed of shelves and five, senior scientists jim leads the research portion of this 1.375 million dollar joint experiment run boy new york city's department of environmental protection in conjunction with the oyster project. every oyster and probably everyone and everything else
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else in the water. >> there's basically none left >> 50 cubic yards of oyster shells and 180 cubic yards of porcelain will form those four receives on which the they will hopefully attach and grow j >> they stabilize the bottom. they can go through the increased >> the director pete stressed that the research portion of this research project >> we're trying to get a better understanding of how oysters reproduce. >> whether the lavvae from a floating reef will survive. none of these scientists know. >> the harbor is official accessible most days of the year. >> reporter: none are safe to eat or will be at any point in the near future. they expect preliminary in the next time year. finished scattering toilet on
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the harbor bottom. at an undisclosed location, i'm matt kink fox news. >> the fire raged out of control burying several properties in a ocean community. why firefighters say it was hard to battle. >> researchers busted old belief about sex and athletic performance when it will make you faster. flush flurn katie v/o: she works hard.
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check out this dramatic rescue in north carolina as police helped a woman and child stuck in their vehicle under water. this was after hurricane matthew came through the area. crews made dozens of rescues after the storm evacuations are still underway, and several counties where the damns are said to be approaching failure. >> in south carolina, extreme weather made it very difficult for firefighters in north myrtle beach to control the enormous fire destroyed six buildings. officials say they don't know what started it but it was connected to the hurricane. no one is injured. a chicago police officer is still recovering after just a brutal attack. >> the circumstances surrounding it got some people wondering if that officer should have used her gun. this happened wednesday when officers were responding to a crash on the city's west side. during the stop, police
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encountered a guy they say was violent and maybe under the influence of drugs. surveillance video from a business nearby caught how the situation quickly escalated as the man attacked a female officer. police superintendent said the officer was scared to fight back and use her gun. >> she thought he was going to die. and she knew that she should shoot this guy but she chose not to because the she didn't want her family or the department to have to go through the scrutiny the next day on national news. >> the attack sent three officers to the hospital. suspect is in custody and expected to face charges. husbands and wives are sharing each other with the ups and downs of life but this obstacle took it to a different
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level >> we'll take you live to st. louis where shepherd smith is standing by with what's at stake after his latest controversy >> the rain is long gone, now it's about the wind a strong northerly wind. you can see it on this radar bringing big chill on this seven-day forecast. we'll take a look when we come back. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands.
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and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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another controversy surgeons toeding donald trump. tonight the candidates will take questions from voters. >> the question remains how will the video controversy play into the match-up tonight? seen here, it will play large and loud, fox news anchor shepherd smith is live in st. louis with that debate preview. >> reporter: i'm guessing your right, lucy, iain and lucy good afternoon. we're told that that question of that video on which donald trump
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discussed sexual assault, a felony, the discussion was of an act that is a felony, that will be first. and we don't know if it will come from a voter. we think it will or from the moderators who are anderson cooper of cnn and martha. but that's first topic. if you're donald trump, the insiders say you have to be contrite, and change the subject. his closest advisories believe he still has a shot at this. if he can't he probably doesn't. >> you mentioned we got a town hall format tonight. this is make or break a lot of times. one of the big questions tonight, most candidates, you know, can they connect with voters? >> yeah, it's most important thing of the night. there's a lot of history with secretary clipped on this matter. she's done this repeatedly insiders, even her opponents say this is probably her best format. she's good at listening, seeming
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to understand problems and then having sort of dialogue with voters. donald trump never done this before. he's never been in an area like this. the staging of it all to keep yourself from looking awkward is really an art form and parts have to be learned, how to move, how to react, waiting for the voters to ask questions, not interrupting, the kind of things you don't have to do with a moderator or journalist but these are the people voting for you and you must be paying attention and answering questions directly. they can also ask follow-up questions. they get two minutes an minute of rebuttal. 40 people from the greater st. louis area have been selected and vetted. n nonpart tin. and they've be asking questions they've already submitted. put them in some sort of order, give a format and for 90 minutes on fox 29, we'll watch it. i don't know about you two, but it's hard to imagine how with
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all that's going on around his candidacy right now, more than three dozen elected republicans dumping him over the last two days, how he will pivot off to that. if he could do that, it will, quite something to watch >> we said it before. but tonight truly is going to be must see tv when it comes to this. if one were to watch and kind of take in donald trump's twitter feed and there's always a lot to take in. you can kind of see how he will be playing this thing, it could be that offense is best defense. you see him going after bill clinton who is clearly not running for president. >> that is clearly where he wants to go. he wants to get back on the offense. wants to paint her as one who has abused, to use his words, the women who were a part of, one way or another, bill clinton's lives and donald trump
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want to be able to show her as that. also this new controversy that's come up with the wikileaks dump of some of hillary clinton's speeches to bankers on wall street. he wants to pivot towards that as well. a lot of things they want him to be on the offense about. getting away from the first talking points of trump troubles and making that turn has not been something he's adept at. if he's practiced as they say he has and come a long way, tonight could be a fascinating bit of drama >> it will be fascinating. shepherd smith, always a pleasure talking with you. thank you so much. >> thank you. we will see you back here at 9:00. on to the fox 29 weather authority, kind of a dreary wet start. then kind of nice when i looked out there. >> we started off with rain, as we take a look at ultimate doppler. let's take you back 12 hour, 6:00 this morning, look at all
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of that rain came through and now out of here. in its wake cooler drier air and hefty rain accumulations, we had flood watch watch. and that expired. georgetown two inches of rain, dover air force, millville, inch and a half, same in wilmington and philadelphia, an inch of rain. we don't have to water the lawn at least couple days. the temperature in the city, 63 degrees, the high today, 65 winds out of the north sustained at 14 miles an hour. but higher gusts winds gusting to at least 30 turned mys, right now, we have the old hurricane matthew now a post tropical low, a sustained wind at 75 miles an hour. it's keeping that strength as it continues to move to north and west at about ten, 15 miles an hour, the silver lining is this
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storm will not loop back. all the models pushing it out to the northeast and only one of the hurricane models moving it back toward the coast. we're hedging our bet this way. couple models taking it close to bermuda. but we think bermuda will be safe. out of the north about 24 to 31 miles an hour this evening and continued northerly window will keep those gusts going with that cold air coming in from the north. tomorrow morning, still seeing the strong gusting and by the afternoon, out of the north, northwest at about 15 miles an hour, gusting to 20 in the poconos, the winds will be dying down tomorrow afternoon as the day wears on. in the city, overnight. 45, suburbs 40, poconos in the 30's, mainly clear and breezy, winds 15 to 20. during the day tomorrow, high 64. mostly sunny and breezy, and those winds slowly dying down in the afternoon. as we look ahead to your seven-day forecast, wow, i'm
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really liking october. tuesday 64, wednesday 67, thursday 70, friday, some clouds moving in, 73 and 60's for your saturday and sunday. nice dry weekend. next weekend, partly sunny 69 and cool morning wednesday. waking up to temperatures in the lower 40's in the city. lots of 30's elsewhere. we'll send it back to you. >> thank you. researchers bust. an old belief about sex and athletic performance when it might actually make you faster. >> the time of year pumpkins are everywhere, but that university they were smashing them. why taking a sledgehammer to them is for a good cause.
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i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. i would bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves. get him out of here! get him out of here! get the hell out of here! priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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music take over broad street in south philadelphia marching for the columbus day parade. organized by italian american and multi-cultural groups in the city. a reminder that all city offices are closed tomorrow in observation of holiday. >> pumpkin themed fun, the city held its animal pumpkin smash in addition to the obvious activity. the restaurant served a whole
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spread of pumpkin flavored food and drink. the proceed go to one of the my favorite places the animal refuge, the oldest animal shelter. from turtles and birds to kitties and dogs and everything. in it's philadelphia's intake shelter and in center city. check it out. speaking of pumpkins, some folks are getting competitive. >> farmers are growing so big they look like they're out of a fairy tale. they got a chance to see a pumpkin judged the largest in the state. a whooping 1792 pound. the guy said the secret is in the seeds. >> you seeds you start with is important. seeds, the one i grew my pumpkin from this year was from 1750 pound pumpkin that i had last year. we like to plant the seeds from
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the biggest pumpkin from the previous years and we call that proven seeds. >> this guy says he's been doing it more than 30 engineer, looks like one of cinderella's carriages. >> i hate this picture but it's got a happy ending, who came to its rescue. >> husbands and wives used to carrying each other through the ups and downs of life, but this obstacle course took it to another level. what this obstacle course did for a couple.
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. lehigh county investigators are trying to figure out a started this three alarm fire broke out around noon at the park land view apartments. they caught firefighters in action, we don't know if anyone is injured. a jarring picture out of florida before i go further, the guy is going to survive. a car clearly hit the bald eagle. became stuck in the grill. the sheriff's office and clay fire rescue is saying he's recovering. >> that is somebody riding a big wheel. police tell us this was on route
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one. as bruce gordon tells us only something you see in. >> reporter: seems like motorists in just about every city in america like to claim their drivers are the worst of all. nobody as rude aggressive crazy as our drivers, and you're never quite sure whether they're complaining or bragging. there seems to be a sense that goofy behavior makes your town cooler. since there's few academic studies on the subject of bizarre behavior, we're left to argue it out with little hard evidence to back up our claims until now. this week, the site meanwhile in philly. posted the video of a man riding what looked to be a grown up version of the kid's classic big wheel on the roosevelt boulevard. these are actually called drift bikes. let's face it. a tri cycle by any other name is
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still a tri cycle. barely 100 hundredth the weight. no one seems to know how he entered and after a few brief interactions with frustrated motorists, he seemed to disappear. when your friend from new york or boston or any other our drivers are the craziest city tries to out bizarre you, show them the video. in our town, guys don't claim to be a big wheel. they drive one only in philly. local families in need are about to get new clothes thanks to the tens of thousands of people who gathered by fox 29 studios for the annual old city fest. folks enjoyed music and had a chance to learn about the history and culture. the old city collected gently used clothing.
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whole new season of fox's gam empty is underway. >> they're all telling us about the upcoming plot twist. fox's michelle palino takes a at it all. g gam. >> reporter: episodes episodes focusing on riddler and his unlikely friend the penguin. >> the people demand an emergency election be held forthwith >> everyone will not be running away but running to us. >> people will be meeting us. i think it's fair to say that, you know, the ambitions for power have changed brands, so we're in season one gotham was this world run by the mob, these kind of two fashion. those guys are gone, what's the best way to run the city?
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>> then mckenny who plays james gordon says the villains are taking a toll on his character. >> over time he becomes more and more seasoned and hardened by what he sees, and that creates a heroic character but a hero who carries the weight of the world on his shoulders. i'm pleased by how far it's gone and how. we got a lot more. >> while the season premier put the female villains in the spotlight, these guys are planning to steal some of the attention. >> i just think they under estimate the power of these two >> yes, right. >> there's going to be a lot of oswald and ed di time. >> we're both a duo and i think
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dynamic. a little bit. yes. >> gotham listens to me. >> in hollywood, fox news. some of the iconic memorabilia will be auctioned off. numerous sought, after items that belonged to music legends like/, prince, eric clapton ton, one of the most popular items is a guitar used by guns and roses rocker slash. they donated more than 20 items for the auction and elvis's purple sunglasses up for grabs. in marriage you sometimes have to carry your spouse through the good and bad times. >> in an obstacle course, put that goal to the test. it's called a wife carrying contest happened in maine. sand traps and wed hazards, 43 couples braved the course and
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this year's winners, elliot and giana story. >> i got tired of holding on. i just want to see what's happening. i can hear or feel how fast he is, which i felt that today. it was great. i could feel he was going super fast. >> the stories won 11 cases of beer and 665 towers, they will head to the wife carrying world championship in finland next year. a new study kills a myth connected to sex and athletic performance, having sex before the big game does not hurt your competitive edge. they help. researcher it's assisted through hundreds of studies to come to the conclusion, one study showed a beneficial effect on marathon runners if they had sex the night before the scientists say the topic needs to be investigated more thoroughly. it appears in the journal frontiers in physiology. >> my guess is they will have a lot of volunteers
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>> they will probably get more money for that too. >> maybe the eagles players needed more sex today. unfortunately they started off raw. maybe that's what they needed before their game. >> time out. i'm out. >> eagles started today undefeated not anymore. unfortunately. it was a day of first for team. wentz, two things he's never done in his short nfl career and doug pederson coaching job after a you it was in question, it wasn't andy reid like. we'll have more come sports coming up next. planned parenthood. i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion and i would suggest we have penalties for doctors who perform them. would you put people in jail for performing abortions? at some point doctors performing abortions i think would be subject to that sort of penalty.
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do more bad than actual good and admit eagles were flat
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and rusty. the lions started off with 11 place 75 yard drive. that's the touchdown the eagles led up all season long, down 14, the eagles final. get something going, ryan mathews, a catch of his own, that's about all the eagles can drum up in the first half. lions came right back, matthew started scrambling and hitting marvin jones if the back of the ends. lions had three drives all end in contact touchdowns in the first half. the second half, the eagles got the mojo, what led them on a five to five 64-yard play drive to start the half and finish it with a touchdown there. the eagles throwback eventually went up 23-10 and trying to cap off the game, ryan mathews fumbles the ball. they were able to get a field goal and take the lead, carson wentz one last shot to win it.
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decides to go deep in the first play. and it's -- that's his first interception in his young career leading to his first loss of the season. the guy talked about this tough, tough loss after the game. >> always going to get the drive start odd right foot in those situations, the coverage kind of dictated that. they made a great play. >> it wasn't a perfect flow. i tried to give nelson a chance to make a play. too far outside. the corner back made a great play. i should have located it better. i was trying my best to locate it and put me in a position so i couldn't do it the way i would have. >> i personally feel like he got short term memory. he'll make the corrections and be on next week quite honestly. i'm glad he got the interception out of the way. we throw the football the way we
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do. he's played great and stood in there again tonight. >> bringing the eagles closer to the rest of the division. washington and baltimore third quarter kirk cousins, his pierre garcson with the touchdown, they took the lead and in at the fourth, the ravens trying to come back, fourth and eight, mike wallace can't make the catch. he saw it coming. got to hold on be man, washington survived 16-10, three and two on the season, eagles going to washington next week. to the vikings and and the texas ans. bradford with that long to do, wide open. 22 and 30, 271 yards and two. ds. this put a cap on things. marcus making moves and going straight up the middle to the house. the vikings smash the text ans
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31 to 13, sam bradford without a turnover this season. it's football sunday but we got a little october baseball to talk about, nfl playoff. nationals hosting the dodgers, bottom of the fourth, dodgers up. the bottom, three and one shot oh to left field. takes a 3-2 lead. 9th inning coming up and it was over. couldn't do anything about it. grounder, eagles lose, but three and one. still happy about that >> wentz looked great. i really think so and bradford, i'm happy for him. >> i'm not. be sure to join us for the fox 29 news at 10:00. just two days after a decade old video. back on stage. how will they handle the comments the trump made about women? that's our news for tonight. women? that's our news for tonight.
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okay, homie, i'm plugging it in. wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait! the gravestones could be a little more crooked. oh! let me just fluff up these entrails. and... light it up. (wolf howls) bleh, bleh, bleh, bleh, bleh, bleh. halloween at the simpsons'. what a classic tradition! are you heading up to the tree house to tell three horrifying tales? ah, we're doing it next week. it's gonna be psycho with skinner and his mom, muppet wizard of oz-- i'm scarecrow-fozzie-- and then, uh, one where furniture gets smart and takes over the world or something. mmm! sounds chilling! eh. people love it. everscream terrors looks amazing this year. i've never seen black cats with such arched backs. well, you gotta bring it. halloweening your house is a dying art.


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