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nightmare. and, more of the same, is expected today. we're tracking the latest on the negotiations, and how this is already impacting your commute this morning. >> huffing and puffing, eagles receiver josh huff facing, facing gun and drug charges, what he was doing got officer attention, what it could mean for his future with the team. >> americans cast their vote in six days in the race between donald trump and hillary clinton. as close as it has ever been. >> the two almost even in the latest national polls, what they're doing to win over voters in the final days of campaigning. >> championship fighter from, now alvarez, one of the biggest fights in ufc history, joining just studio it tell us how upleans to take down connor mc gregor. >> hi, eddie.
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eddie looking at me funny. i said i was going to punch you in the face. okay. >> laughing. >> he's laughing. all right, 7:01, well, day two of the strike. >> and yes, so, enter day two, having to deal with this again, so team coverage this morning, lauren johnson in center city following negotiations, steve keeley is at fernrock, talking to commuters, karen hepp more on the traffic headaches that the strike is causing. >> but first, we want to go to bob kelly. and we have a segment this morning, and every day of the morning of the strike, calling on kelly. you simply give bob kelly septa strike questions, and he has the answer. all right. so, sends us your questions, make sure to use the hashtag for bob fox 29 septa. >> than should avoid everybody calling me all day long like they did yesterday. >> okay, here is the first one from juneberry. >> i how about the city pitching in and freeing up street parking in center city? >> that's a good question. good suggestion. the mayor was in here yesterday. i doubt it is going to happen. i know, even with the passes,
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there is even if it is a difference of a minute, dollar or two, there are still some concerns. so i think it would be great question it, won't happen. >> isn't still stuff being done, i hear the ppa giving you an hour lee lay, also the 10-dollar flat parking, right, some areas? >> so, if they are easing up restrictions, $10 for ten hours, not offering free parking across the bore here in sent sigh it. >> i question number two. >> they do have hour leeway, giving people hour leeway bob do you know that? >> giving who an hour delay? >> p. a giving you a hour? >> yes, giving you some leeway, exactly, give but an hour, to allow that meter. >> you know the ppa, don't play. >> they don't play. >> bob kelly, calling bob kelly, question two. what is happening here at the olney station yesterday afternoon? why does that man not have pant on?
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>> oh. already. i'll get back to you on that one. i said one question at a time. >> that bass superman, looking for the bone foot to get changed. jammo, grab your pant, your coffee, your keys, let's go, live look at the schuylkill, jammed solid westbound all because after accident out near the gladwynn interchange. we are bumper to bumper here almost about 45 minute trip leaving the city. because of the crash. near philadelphia, live look at the 42 freeway, buckle your seatbelt, and let's go for a ride. skyfox over center city philadelphia. here's a live look at the vine street expressway. coming in off of the ben franklin bridge. now, yesterday, some folks who were coming in from new jersey saying oh, septa strike. i don't have to worry about, that that's only in philadelphia. what happened is exactly what's happening here. the back up through center city is causing what i like to call that domino effect, and
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we're not talking pizza here. over the ben franklin, into new jersey, so folks coming in to philadelphia, on the ben franklin, or feeling the effect, the walt whitman bridge, and all of the headlights here, this is the vine expressway, roped back onto 95. see more volume on the roads this morning, and than we did yesterday, couple of factors, folks tried their option yesterday. probably weren't happen which it, scrapped it, going to jump in the car. all of the philadelphia archdiocesan catholic schools are back in session today. remember, they had a holiday yesterday, it was all saints day, so all of the kids are back, all of the school teachers and administrators are back, and we're back to the jams here, this morning, as we look liver, from skyfox, also, looking at anywhere from 45 to 50 minute delays already on all of the regional rail lines, the only good news here is that it looks like we're going to have good looking forecast, now, for that, sue serio, you are going to try to come in here with us?
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and help us out with some of the weather conditions this morning? >> right. and if you do have to bike or walk to work, at least we're giving you a ten out of ten in your weather by the numbers today. that will will help little we hope. just a light jacket probably this morning, temperatures in the four's, 50's, not quite as chilly as it was yesterday, bus stop buddy celebrating deviled egg day we are doing in the 9:00 hour. nothing on radar, not until tomorrow afternoon. 51 degrees, 7:32 your official sunrise time, we're getting there, 5-mile per hour winds out of the south-southwest, 45 degrees mount pocono, reading, 46 in lancaster, in wilmington it is 48 degrees. and 49 in wildwood. head today high of 73, milder day than yesterday's high of 60. sunset, 5:57. plenty of sunshine today, so mike and alex, at least the weather is helping for the folks, especially if you are biking or walking today. >> yes. 70s, man, that's fantastic.
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so, steve keeley, yesterday i was talking to couple of people. they said their morning commute ended at 1:30 in the afternoon yesterday, about time to get ready to go back home. >> i was out with the cops, they said the morning rush hour went into the p.m. hours. and i was among. >> like a parade day or something, look, parade of people here, like the ocean city boardwalk, fernrock station, i pick this spot again. >> like the kids musical chairs game with angry adult. here is the dealment look at the people. want to buy your ticket here, see, cash only, not taking anything bigger than $20 bill, 4.75, have your money ready or have your pass ready. now look to the left, the guy
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with the electronic thing, so doing the electronic high tech passes as well, so they have all staffers and to the further left septa ambassadors answer answering your questions, these two women being kinds, and answering every question calmly and nicely. now greg goes to the steps. train just went by. they had to turn people away. because the train was too packed. then look at this platform. so here we are at fernrock, all of these people are hoping for the next ride in. by the way, you criminals who like to watch us? don't get any identify ad, plenty of cops here guarding the cash. and everybody is in a good mood here, everybody's calm. the only road rage we saw at the last stop with a lot of horns, a lot of beeping, as people try to get by, a lot of people dropping people off. so it's a rough commute for as long as the strike lasts but looks like day two is calmer than day one because everybody is expecting trouble unlike yesterday. but boy, if you are waiting and miss second train because it is too full, it is like being in the hallway at the elevator of the station when
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the sales team comes n and we can't get on on the news room floor. and -- >> hey, your microphone is on strike. so get outta here. >> one woman on the platform waiving. she seems to be into good mood. >> decent mood. >> see how the union and septa officials are in, what mood they're in. >> ended discussions earlier this morning, have plans to go back to the negotiating table but we don't know what time. i'm sure a lot of people are saying soon. >> a tweet from anybody lauren? >> not yet. still checking weather. i know a lot of people are asking questions, and they said they would start as early as 6:00 a.m. but when they will get back to negative nobody rating here at the sheridan in center city don't know just yet. of course we'll stay on top of it. did they make any progress yesterday? depend on who you ask. two sides apparently didn't even sit down face too face until late yesterday evening, when representative bob brady showed up at the sheridan. he brought leaders from the city, from septa, and from the union, together, at the table.
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brady played a big role in 2009 septa strike that causes a six day stoppage, he said he is ready again to fill financial gap between what the union demands, what septa is offering. on the union side, the president has prepared the strike to war and said his fight is for the workers, who deserve a secure retirement and a quality workplace. so major issues as we continue to hear are pensions, and work rules, relate to go safety and when they can take breaks, so both sides will be back here again, as day two of the septa strike continues. >> let us know the moment you hear. skyfox telling the story without even any words. okay? that's what a septa strike day two looks like. 7:09 on a wednesday morning, look at all of the cars. so, that's the view from the air. let's get street level view. >> karen hepp checking on how
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the traffic is doing. karen? >> broad and spring gardner. >> yes, totally a mess. we're seeing delays already more than hour out thereby the schuylkill area, already hearing a lot of stories, seeing a lot of people take the bike. i have kianna. you just came in. how was your commute in how did you get here? >> at the trafficy, like crazy, my mom is good with it, so gladly it wasn't too bad for me. but it is like crazy. people don't know that the buses are on strike. so like they're waiting and i feel bad. it is craze. >> i how long did it take to you get into today? how long does it normally take you? >> probably like 45 minutes compared to like 20. so -- >> we hope you have good day watch are you doing today? >> going off to class. >> we know a lot of kids didn't go yesterday because of the strike. did you go yesterday? >> , no i only have classes on monday, wednesday and friday, so hopefully there are people in my classes today. >> hopefully will be there. thank you for stopping, everyone has story about what it is like, how long it takes in order to get in.
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so taking a look over here, as traffic builds. let me see. oh, he's taking, hype, how are you? can i talk to you for a second? >> yes. >> what's your name. >> duane. >> how long did it take to you get in today? >> well, i am not at school yet. that's all the way down in center city, but like 30 minutes right now. >> that's not too bad. how has it been for you getting around today? >> it has been good. >> so not some people do not have tails of woe, but certainly the traffic is building. so much so good. we know it is only going to get substantially worse pretty quickly, all of the people stacked up trying to get into the city. that's the latest from out here. >> thank you, skill have the skyfox shot? look at that. >> oh, all of those lights. >> my god. so we will keep you updated here with skyfox and our ground units, 24 hours a day
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you can keep updated. fox29.com, 24 hours a day. # 12:00. update to break news out of iowa. two officers have been shot, killed, and separate ambush style attacks, while sitting in their patrol cars. police say the shooting happened early this morning. officers responded to report of shots fired around 1:06 a.m. they found urban dale police offers here had been shot. and urban dale is a city of des moines metro area. about 20 minute later des moines officer found shot about 2 miles away from that location. both officers died, and information has not been re less dollars yet but we'll continue to update this to you, two iowa officials killed in a ambush style. >> looks like two officers were target dollars in the central part of the state of iowa, the state capitol thereof des moines. >> well, okay. we are looking at some national political polls, alex, you and bring overnight and man have things tightened up.
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>> really have, more than just tighten up. in one of the polls, donald trump is ahead of hillary clinton. >> doug luzader, we got six days to go, man. >> how many more things can happen between now and election day, fbi going through emails between former anthony weiner's computer, working almost around the clock to go through these. but it is unlikely we will see any kind of determination from the fbi before reelection day. >> hillary clinton back to the issue her campaign thinks will put her over the edge in the final days. women against donald trump. >> he calls women ugly deaths cussing, all the time, he calls women pigs, rate bodies on scale of one to ten. >> clinton having to for go positive messaging to try to fend off rising donald trump. and the renewed nbi
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investigation into her e-mail use. >> she wanted to end sort of voters pitch. she can't. she's trying to deflect away from the fbi. >> clinton also moving into traditional gop turf. campaigning in arizona today. hoping to flip that state for democrats. her campaigning relying on early voters, who may have given her an edge before the polls tightened. donald trump in wisconsin, can chip away at any clinton lead. >> good time to make an important public service announcement. >> you can change your vote to donald trump will make america great again, okay? >> and he's right. a handful of state gives early voters the option to change their minds, although the deadline to do so in minnesota passed yesterday, in wisconsin, voters still have chance to go back and forth multiple times. >> very quirky. you have to go and do it in person, but they can change
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their minds up to three times. >> realistically how many people will do that? donald trump meantime are going to florida today. mike and alex that's must win state for him. >> no question about it, man, six days ago, doug, see you again tomorrow. seven # 15:00, let's take real quick break here from all of this mess with the septa strike and all of that. and, celebrate a philadelphia dude with a huge fight ufc fight. he is champion. >> yes, ufc champion born and raised right here in our city, out of kensington. and, eddie alvarez, next weekend. >> yes, on november the 12th, he'll face champion feather wise, what a big mouth mc gregories, 15 years since two champions have squared off in the ring, eddie, this is going to break all records, welcome to "good day" philadelphia again. >> thanks for having me.
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>> i have donned my gloves. >> i'm off this morning, but we can do something. >> ii can't concentrate, blinded by your belt. >> yes, yes. so november 12th. >> okay? >> we finley get to shut this guy's mouth, that's the going theme, every philadelphia and who comes in, say please shut this guy's mouth. >> 's big talker, man. >> we have prepared, we've planned, and now, it is time to execute. >> okay? >> time to execute. >> execute him. >> now there is dude, though, besides his big mouth, he's got this move that he does, his feet are moving real fast, we have footage of it, can you roll that? real fast. and he's punching this, his fists real fast. then he leans back. lean back. lean. can you hands thal? >> yes, a lot of times lean his head forward, gives the illusion that he is closer and he leans back with his head. the thing is this is not a very good thing in the world. >> so plant his face. >> we'll exploit that, then
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execute. >> i like you say execute. >> scares me. >> very inch glens are you ready to go? >> yes, we've got a lot of really good training in. we brought people in to emulate his style. >> nice. >> and my team is incredible. mark henry, frank i, some of my training partners, and we flew some people in. and -- >> to emulate his style? >> just emulate his style. >> is that including the giant manure ' with today? >> that's my agent, the man next to him jonas, he's here from brazil. >> and he's playing the part of this connor mc gregor. >> absolutely and playing it real well. >> can you flip that camera around and see these dudes? look at the size, that's your manager? >> yes. >> you take care of him. oh, my god. >> i would listen to whatever he has to say. >> you want a piece of me? >> bob, get the brazilian guy. common in here. so this is the guy. bob kelly? common in, will you?
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>> yes, this is jonas. >> okay? >> and you've been fighting him. >> right there. >> it is our first day on tv. so this guy has flown in from brazil, to emulate euro pope meant. >> yes, been here for about two weeks now, and he's coming in to get sparring. crazy, good talent, also has real good insight. >> the camera there. there you go. look. look at that. has he even touched you? >> yes, yes, touch each other quite a bit since he's been here. so well i'm not too shy when it comes to spars. so we make sure everything is honest. >> good luck to you. try to come up to the garden and see this. by the way where did you get this? >> this is a tuesday. >> that's a tuesday for you? >> that's a tuesday. my gosh. >> thanks so much. >> thank you. >> bring back another belt. >> philly, kensington. >> 7:18 now on this strike morning. bob, what else you got?
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>> tell you what, i'll let these guys take over that will clear out the traffic jam. what do you say? roll up the center lane of the vine street expressway. going for a ride, skyfox over the scene of i-95. where we've been showing it all morning long, and an example of the delays coming out of northeast philadelphia, nothing but headlights, from pretty much woodhaven, into downtown, i said yesterday, i said it again today, day two, is always the worse when it comes to these transit strikes. because everybody gives the first option a try, day one, day two, we throw it out the window, plus, today, all of the catholic schools are back in session. they had off yesterday because of the holiday. what you're seeing there gridlock on the left and of course that's good shop of the i95 reconstruction zone there, at girard avenue. going to my map computer here, accident southbound, 309, right near easton road. the schuylkill expressway, jammo, from center city, all the way out to gladwynn. all because after earlier
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accident. eastbound, also seek delays, and here's your checklist for today. regional rail lines, expect a crowded trains, and the platforms, you want to make sure you have your tickets, in advance. the conductors will be taking your tickets, before you end of the r train, ask for flex hours from the boss, maybe an option to even work from hope, i know it is easier said than done, but at least worth a shot. all of the regional rails right now are operating with anywhere from 15 to 30 minute delays. >> that up, bob. >> 7:00 it, "black friday" day gentleman zoo, why you may recognize retails offering forward "black friday" this year. >> might sound familiar. katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess
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>> skyfox, septa story, looks like flying northbound, on i95, southern delaware river to the right there. plenty of volume on 95, as far as you can see, especially, in
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center city, it is just clogged up. so, we will keep an eye on, that skyfox doing great job for us this morning. all right, looking for some sweet deals? this year on "black friday", is there even a "black friday" any more? >> a lot of people say there still is. you now it is creeping into thanksgiving. >> avenue secret for you guys. you want to know the secret about "black friday" shopping? >> deals the same, you won't miss anything. do you guys want a razor scooter? >> i could use one. we could commute. >> oh, okay. >> target has been selling razor scooter, part of their circular, for "black friday", the price between 17 to $22, every single year. and again, this year. wal-mart sold 50-dollar sewing
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machine, other items for the same price, year after year. circulars from big chance, is it the that everybody has to have the razor scooter or the fact the companies are too nervous to do something different and risk losing 40% of their business which is done in november and december? >> is there a line-up forgot to have holiday gift this year? >> we need that segment because i can't think of anything. >> i don't know of anything either. >> usually the new iphone, everybody has to have it, becomes great holiday present. i was thinking it would be the air pods, apple ear phones, those were delayed again.
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so what's the item going to be? >> i hear this. >> keep me posted. >> i know you ladies like the handbags. >> we do. >> new handbag that's all the rage, and i think it starts with a g. do you know of it? >> oh, the one that ends in a i? >> yes. >> with a ucc in the middle. >> yes. >> getting alex one and me too? are you saying groupy? >> not gucci. >> oh? >> it is googgly, looks like puzzle piece, five different colors, oh, the rage in manhattan. >> like puzzle piece? >> hideous looking. >> are you making this up? >> no. >> how do i spell it? >> somebody will tweet me or something. there is about 2,000. >> oh, no wonder i haven't heard of this. >> i'll figure it out. >> thank you, lauren, see you again tomorrow. >> so how do you know about this handbag? >> i've run into couple of people that have them. what's that?
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>> and jump the shark new thing starts with a g. i'll come one it. day two of the strike, one thing we're covering here, skyfox showing this traffic nightmare, because you can't take, well, can't take septa, in the city itself, regional rails are still running, so everybody's in their cars. in a comic book? >> that's right. and jen is in, what, coffee shop. talking about she is on the cover after cop i can book. >> yes there is lady right here, cover star, look at that, smile. so in fishtown comic book store, coffee shop. why did marvel pick up the phone and call her? this guy no, sir. he was here when marvel called. talk all about why he's the cover star. seriously, were you here. congratulations. dangerous thing.
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>> 7:30, now we've lost our skyfox. there, it is back, look at the beautiful city there. >> well, what's not beautiful is the traffic right now. >> yes. the signal is going in and out there. there is some of the picketers out there, on the picket line. as where picket goes, they go to the picket line. you workers, still not in agreement with the septa folks. >> and some people have been forced to finds other ways to get to work. a lot of them get in cars,
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carpooling, uber, that's that means more traffic. karen help we saw the overhead view, but now you're on the ground seeing the traffic at broad and spring garden. >> lots of traffic, what i'm seeing, also a lot of bikers. i want to show this, one of the bike lanes, we have so many in our city and seeing so many people that are taking the indigo bikes that i believe is the blue one on the right hand side, been like hotcakes coming in and out. so, what we're really notice ago lot of people saying they're just not going to deal with the cars. they know all of the headaches, then you have a ambulance to come by anti-it up even more. >> so, that's a lot. sorry. we know that we have terrible conditions, you saw the overhead shot from skyfox. so because of that, and because of all of the trains, that steve has been showing you, people can't go out on, already fun, a lot more people biking. so i think you're about to hill the million drive foreign go, one way to get around today, so you can also share
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our stories, because, a lot of people are saying, you know, is taking more than hour get n been leaving early, and trying, frustrating. >> i think only escalating hitting the heart of the rush, concerned with all of the people sitting in traffic and so frustrated mike and alex back to you. >> 7:32, live look northeast philadelphia, example of the gridlock, harbison avenue, right at torresdale. now we are bumper to bumper. these folks stuck in traffic, trying to get onto 95 which is already a parking lot. from woodhaven, all the way into downtown. so again leaving the neighborhood certainly worse than yesterday, the schuylkill expressway, jam from end to end, the boulevard, is heavy again with no bus service, train service within the city limit. folks opting for the car today. and, all of the schools are back in session, westbound on the schuylkill, earlier
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accident at gladwynn, causing a delay. here's what you need to know for today. the crowded trains and the platforms, on all of the regional rail ryans, looking anywhere from 30 starting to creep into 40 minute delays, and some of the trains once pack, bypassing some of the station that is are filled with folks, waiting to go on those trains. >> no cash transaction cents on the train. not able to enter the train unless you have a ticket. try for the flex hours from the boss maybe work from home, i know it is easier said than done, but again the regional rails lines right now only means every transportation wise getting into the city running anywhere i know it says 15 to 30, just check, creeping up more so into 45 minutes on all of the regional rail lines sue at least not raining?
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>> grateful it is national deviled egg day. hey, need the shades soon, lot of sunshine is expected and not as chilly as it was yesterday at this time, no rain on radar, in fact, looking pretty good out there weather wise. 51 degrees, with the humidity going up there now that it is milder. forty-five in mount pocono. that's a lot warmer, 20 degrees almost warmer than yesterday, 49 degrees in wildwood. so plan on sunshine today mixed with few clouds, 73 degrees our high temperature go got to walk to work or ride a bike, weather is cooperating, guys. >> for your husband i got the name of the bag now, finally figured it out. golard. >> oh, yes, i've seen these all around. are they really 2,000? >> i think you can get one for 1700.
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>> looks like threat that is to me. >> finger trap? >> finger trap. if you would like to get chinese for $1,700, go for it. >> wide receiver, hole in the bag, bag happened to have marijuana, gun in it, facing charges after he was pulled over on the walt whitman bridge bridge. this is yesterday morning about 11:00. >> video of huff leaving gloucester city municipal court after his arrest, initially stopped for speeding, but police say, he also had marijuana and a gun. sources say huff had six hollow point bullet in the magazine for the gun in his car. >> i don't think the magazine was in the gun. >> yes. >> so josh was arrested and a rain on gun and drug charges released on $25,000 bail. so we have an attorney right here also sport agent, good to see you again. >> good to see you, good to see you. >> he's in trouble. he's in big trouble. >> he faces number of charges, the most significant is
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unlawful possession after weapon, even though it was properly registered to josh huff in texas. he can't transport that in new jersey, without a permit. >> he could in pennsylvania. >> and he was going across that bridge. >> you know, also, between the state for the delaware river port authority, all stops on the bridge go to new jersey. >> this is in new jersey. >> so he was 3 feet under the walt whitman bridge, in pennsylvania. >> still a new jersey deal? >> span that goes to new jersey by agreement. >> now, sports agent, he's going have to pay the price as far as the judicial system. he is charged with second degree offense, they claim that he had, comes under seconds agree, has presumption he goes to jail. he faces five to ten year jail sentence, with presumption that he will do seven years.
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now, defend attorney can find all of those things, but if i could guess right now faces strong likelihood that far. >> if you were his defense attorney, what would you say? hey, he's register in texas, maybe he didn't know? >> first challenge the stop. however, if that was his vehicle right there, those tinted windows alone awe lay it to be stopped because that's violation of new jersey law, then speeding ticket, then approaching the vehicle did they have the right to ask him the questions they? did they forts him to give that gun and marijuana up, these are long shots, and then the most important one will be does the gun itself fit the criteria that raises it to the second degree or lesser gun that could come under third guy which doesn't car that i presumption of jail? >> do you know if hollow point bullet which are found, are they illegal? >> they are illegal. and all of this stuff, the fact that he had it in his passenger compartment next to him, not secured in his trunk, makes it a lot worse for him. >> but your sports agent -- >> i'm sure he made a call to
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his agent, ugh, i have to talk to you. >> if it affect his career, will it affect him playing with the eagles ever again? >> it is hard to say how they'll look at it right now. because a lot of outcry right now. but historically the way they handle these things, let the legal process turn. we will likely not see anything happen legally, bar him from playing until after the season. so i they he -- think i plays the the remainder of the season. >> but couldn't they fine him or something? >> the commissioner has the authority to do whatever he wants, in these situations, but he also has taken recently more wait and see what happens in the legal process. so if i had to guess, probably finishes out the season. >> alex, eagles put out a statement yesterday? >> they said we are aware of the inches dent involving josh huff at this point gathering more information. pretty simple. wait and see. >> i could have written that. >> good to see up, my man.
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in cleveland last night. >> i know the home team fans there, thought they had it. >> they did. >> each time the cub east, though, have said not so fast, now, tonight, it is game seven. >> so grand-slam in the thirds inning, giving the cubs a seven to nothing lead. went onto win, forcing game seven, that will be tonight in cleveland, right here on fox of course, the indians haven't won it all since 1948, the cubs since 1908.
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>> grab slam, only 22 years old, if i remember right, he's the youngest dude to hit grand-slam in the world series, since mickey mantle in 1953. >> though got to be tight, man. >> cleveland. >> yes. >> who do you want? one to 48 years, the other 108 years since they've won it. >> either way big deep for each city, who? >> i think i will ' go with the baseball, baseball, major league baseball hardball has 108 stitches on it. could that be an oman. >> i'll go with the cubs. >> see what happens then. >> except that kluger guy on the mound. we made history here if
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>> good morning, blue wrought ever routed, just over half hour, eastbound on the schuylkill, into downtown, definately more volume on the roads, today, than yesterday. the regional rail lines, hit and miss, anywhere, say, between 20 to 40 minutes, on all of the lines across the board. here is a live look at the 42 freeway, volume starting to build coming in toward the walt whitman bridge. look at the benny, jam up already, from the tolls, same deal, you come in from new jersey you'll be impacted by this septa strike because there is gridlock, on the philadelphia side of the bring brain, jammed, 95 into sent i city, all of the on ramps jammed, that scenario repeated on the skunk, as well as blue route, 476, 95 and the schuylkill working through south philadelphiament expect a crowd of trades. platforms, when those trains are crowded they're now flipping to express trains, sort of like what we had to go through when we had that
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problem where they pulled all of those silver liner trains off because of the repairs. again the crowd you had trains, platforms, make sure you have your particular nets advance. specially for the evening rush hour, may not be bad idea, check with the flex hours, i think after 9:30, right now at home watching us, hole off, have another cup of coffee, delay that trip until 9:30, and have better chance of getting there, and, maybe even check in with the boss about working from home. the boss has the forecast, sue up next in 15 seconds. >> another areas of our lives, high pressure in control today, and half of tomorrow, second half of tomorrow, cold front, cuts through, and you have to plan on some rain
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probably in the afternoon, 2:00 you see some rain moving through, can't rule out a fund thunderstorms, there is chillier air behind this cold front. and you will feel it, thursday night into friday morning, friday, it will be so windy. that will really reminds that you it is still autumn. 51 degrees in philadelphia, 45 mount pocono, 49 in wildwood. milder temperatures, than yesterday, and speaking every milder than yesterday, how about this? 73 degrees, 78 tomorrow, those storms and the rain move in in the afternoon, it is a lot chillier on friday, but decent weekend coming up and seasonable temperatures after that, mike and alex? >> fishtown woman has comic book cover. she'll give you coffee, but also the cover after comic book. >> and the cover she is giving coffee.
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>> huge fan, for years, always been one of her favorites. >> so jen is with her at her coffee shop. where she will be selling limited edition coming book. >> let's go meet her. hey, jen? >> so you ordered a thousand ever thousand of these commies, worried you won't be able to sell those. not worried you won't have enough? >> yes, long and short of it. >> good morning. >> good morning, comic called you, what did they want to know? >> they do store variance for a loft different -- >> what's that mean? >> store varient, there is a standards cover for each move that i comes out every month, every week. then they'll do but has to be a big deal to be called, chains, they'll do one for that? >> stores in new york they have several different stores. so they'll do store varient on
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pretty frequent basis. >> they reached out to us, with all of the press getting, judge us just work out you'll have the first female iron man, iron man two,. >> really? >> and let's see if we can get in touch with the big he star in the industry these days. >> that's right. because you are the first african-american comic bike character on the east coast. got to make you feel good. >> really cool. of course working to get the store open, i wasn't thinking that, hadn't even researched that, just time to, you know, work toward my dream. >> you love come sticks. >> i love comics. i like love the medium. i love the story telling. you know, i think it is great literature. >> i own wish that was a thing when i was in college.
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>> kids in elementary school like graphic novels, but they're comic books. >> exactly. >> they want kids reading and want them reading whatever they can. these are all of the books i'm bringing home to my kid. how does it feel though that you're being recognized it on the cover. you guys got to pick the artist but didn't see the picture until after it was done, right? you like the picture right? >> i loved it. when she sent the initialing sketch over, when they sent me the sketch over, we like blown away. just the detail and again, like, you know, ran i handled all of. that will i i'm not entirely sure i knew which picture they were pulling from, but put themselves -- >> female artist. female seoul superhero, female smart business owner, female artist. >> cool. >> awesome. >> so proud of you, really cool. i'm hoping that you have enough, i'm on the list, right, get on the list? the name of the store where are we? >> at comics and coffee house. >> where in fishtown?
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>> at 2578 frankford avenue. that's at the corner of frankford and huntingdon. if you are on the el when the el was operating, you would get off at the hunt inning ton stop and just walk toward frankford avenue. >> you can get all of this if you want the magazine? >> yes. this is the guide to contact us if you want, he's ran i, and you'll e-mail ran i.amalgun philly at g mail. com. >> pretty cool right guys? >> very cool. very, very cool. >> cool, cool, cool. >> and history making, so, said he asked his girlfriends to go to therapy with him. after just few months of dating. even if they're new in a relationship asks his girlfriends to go, he said it helps. we will talk about this with preston and steve. would you agree even if there are no issues and just started dating? >> is that pro-active or dopy?
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>> hey preston and steve, listen to this. there is a guy we found, he admits after few month every dating anybody, oh, this preston, he asks his girlfriends, no matter how long they've been dating to go to psychologist, a therapist, with him. even that in there is no issue, even if they're not arguing or anything like t he says it just teaches communication, so there won't be any pit fulls down the road. >> so preston, what do you think of this? >> who is this guy? and have other people done this? i don't know. that seems like that's forcing somebody into maybe examine the issues aren't even the issues yet. and i think you're playing with fire if you are doing something like that. >> fire. >> some people say sometimes address the issue before they happen. >> no, no. the guy is a more on. >> why does he recommend they both get colonoscopies together?
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it is ridiculous. >> are you make today, steve? why aren't we seeing you? >> of course i'm naked. >> zoom out your camera to the two shot please? >> i'm looking at our monitor. >> oh, there go. >> i didn't put on my foundation today. little self conscious. >> i think it is stupid, i think you're creating addressing a situation that -- it is okay to work on communication skills, but to formally ask that go sit down and take therapy together, at the beginning, stupid. >> is it stupid? i kind of think because sometimes what you already have having a problem, i think we should go to therapy. that can cause some -- you're already doing it before you get into it? >> let me ask you. you start dating a guy, he says let's go do therapy together. what do you think he's implying by that. >> thinks there is something wrong with you. >> there go. >> i would say, listen, woe just started dating? that's a little hasty. >> would you --
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>> oh, kathy is not here, it is marissa. >> hey mike, i think this guy has diaper issues and those girls need to run. >> yes. >> so maybe he's asking for himself and he knows hey look i can't handle this, let's bring in a therapist for this. >> yes, if he doesn't know how to communicate, that's his problem. we'll collective. >> listen, i've never been to therapy but i think it is brilliant, fantastic, when there is an issue that needs to be work out. it is great. my wife arnie got much better communicating but that was six years into the relationship. and you can learn those things. at the beginning, it would be like saying just on the off chance we become addicted to heroin let's go do a support group. it is ridiculous. >> you guys talk about the strike at all. >> yes, we have been touching on it the past couple of days, the traffic reports are just insane. >> they have been. are people mad, mad at septa, what's the deal? >> i think pretty in general
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thrilled. >> ya, ya. i think that both sides notturno matter where you fall on this they want it wrapped up. i saw you guys tweeting, alex, you, yesterday, about these ridiculous travel times, and then all the different things tying together with the rail delays, all of that stuff, horrible. you know, reminds you how quickly you can muck up things in this city, and how horrifying it can get quickly. >> hey, guys, thanks a lot. good day, it is wednesday, november the second, 2016. >> today i got my daughters wacking with me, didn't know where to catch my bus at. >> day two now of the set a -- septa trying. what you need to know before you step out the door. >> woman minutes $40 million on a slot machine there is
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>> because, you know, fun fact about mike. he hasn't had a cars sin what, since 98? so, desperate times, got to find something to do. >> and off he goes, bob. >> exactly. put some coffee, sends him down to the end of the block, to grab some coffee. 8:02, good morning, everybody, here are your travel times, on all of the major roadways, 13 on 95, gridlock, through the city here. the schuylkill, 95, the boulevard, again, we said about -- we talk about this yesterday. going to the live news van, on the scene of broad and spring garden streets. where again, getting into the sit, tougher today, than it was yesterday. couple of reasons. day number two is always tougher, folks, decide, to scrap the plan they had yesterday. and let's go with the other option, which is driving in to center city, we also have all of the schools back, remember, yesterday, the catholic schools were off. because of the holiday. all saints day. everybody's back at it, today, here is a accident, north on 95, right near academy road.
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only the right lane taken out, open there. pennsylvania turnpike, eastbound, accident, at ft. washington, with all of this extra volume, again, mom used to call it sunday drivers, everybody out on a ride on a sunday, typically don't drive during the week folks taking the car to drop them off at school, some unusual patterns we don't typically see, 20, 30, 40 minute delay, all-in-all of the regional rail lines, be ready for crowded trains, platforms are pack, some of the trains, once they get crowded, whoosh, they turn expresso into downtown. make sure to have the ticket in advance. try for flex hours, please, please, can i work from home? >> oh, i will ' be in at 9:30 tomorrow. >> take a page from the steve keeley flex plan. no, i won't. ten out of ten today.
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tomorrow things will change. today celebrating with bus stop buddy, national definitely egg day. watch in the 9:00 hour. as we make some on tv. temperatures are in the 40's, 50's, light fleece, light jacket will be good for today. it will get in the 70s later today. checking temperature a 51 degrees in philadelphia, little breeze out of the south-southwest, a lot milder than it was yesterday at this time, with temperatures in the 40's, even up up in the mountains, 50's in a few places like wilmington, dover, wildwood, atlantic city, plan on plenty of sunshine, high temperature of 73 degrees. mike anal next. >> day two of the septa strike continues. >> commuters around the city looking for different ways to get to work and school. >> we start with steve, fernrock station. >> well, we've got train coming in right now, so you guys have perfect timing. but we just had train come in. so our platform is mostly clear. by the way, we are setting some usain bolt type records here for the 100-yard dash. when people there see train
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coming they don't want to wait for the next train, they come running. boy you can see people of all age running as fast as possible. soy this is an express stopping, and no problems here, and we didn't think there would be problems, one, bob kelly said, more cars will be on the road today because all of the people that got fitted up with waiting for train yesterday, said i'm not doing this tomorrow, i'm driving, so adding more cars to the road, and more seats to the availability on these regional rail lines, if people said i'm going for go the regional rails, not going through that again, i'll drive. so i think this is going to be to be the worse day on the roads, yesterday they reacted, today plan to do a lot of traffic controls and detail at all of the inch sections, heard her at the start of the 8:00 hour, roxanne fire son, she is all handling it in stride she told us. >> how bad was yesterday? >> yesterday out of ten, it was a ten. it really was. my bus, i catch up in horsham
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it, didn't come. i had to wait for another one. so i was like -- i get off at two something. i didn't get home until almost 5:00. and i can't be mad at them because they de is her whatever they need. so i got to do what i got to do. >> how bad was your day yesterday? >> whom, scary, out in the dark. today i have my daughters. yesterday i didn't know where to catch my bus at whether i got to up horsham. it was really horrible. >> this woman here, has running shoes on, she ran, caught the train, see if this gentleman makes it. they're telling him, so here is where you get the pass, so bob's been talking about that, you're not allowed on the platforms bob without a pass. seep the aprons here, 475. and this guy just missed the train, he is mad. he has his pass, if you have a pass they electronically scan it. full staff here. see people coming in and taking the trains, guys, i think this will be the worse
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if we still have karen out on the street, the city streets are going to start getting real bad. yesterday at this hour it was horendous, and i think worse today because more people driving today. >> skyfox certainly warrants that, the shots they've been giving us, 8:07. >> indigo, bike sharing service says they're providing more bikes at select stations during morning and evening commute. people are trying to figure out how to be on time today. >> all i see are these empty bike racks there is one from the morning, whether block from the tv station, this was shot at 5:00. >> this this morning, people trying to a void by right of riding the blue bust. >> no the where condition an use an atv like mike. >> here at 18th and jfk, figure up station, lot of overflow, trying to keep up with it. here is the deal. just caught up with the couple who is really feeling the effect of this septa shutdown. jam ill a and isiah rolled up
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here about 15, 20 minutes ago at the station here 18th and jfk. they were a little wind i had. they were still smiling. they said the timing of this strike could not be worse, she works at king of prussia. she has not been able to make it to work for two days and just to get to center city, two regional rail trains, and now, a bike ride. >> it is affecting a lot. normally i have to leave out the house at 5:30 just to get all the way to king of prussia at like 8:00. but now i can't even get there. because it takes like two general trains, another bus, an another bus, so like crazy, i can't even get to work. >> you know what that means? she can't make any monday if i she can't get to work. she said she is completely frustrated. they both said this morning they've noticed more people, more traffic, and a lot more bikes. speaking of bikes, here is the deal. in the morning, from 8:00 until 10:00 a.m., unlimited bike parking 18th and jfk. municipal services building
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and 36th and sansom, and tonight, from 5:00 to 7:00 unlimited bike parking at 23rd and south, 23rd and fairmount, and fourth and christian. and riders are encouraged to update the app for real time station updates. and bike availability. and at some of the stations you'll find people like my friends, here, out selling. >> going very well. thank you. >> been busy? >> very busy since i got here this morning, this whole 34 dock station has been filled. we have continually had to replenish and also take bikes out to accommodate the customer. >> you guys are doing great job helping them cep up with the septa shutdown. back to you guys. >> all right, thank you for that bike is a good way to go, 8:09. fourth of the football field, can't wait to meet this lady, quinn shane baking down barriers with the boys, how she is inspiring her team. sheep is playing tag tackle football. >> third komen concerns at the polls. how the city of philadelphia is work to go prevent fraud and itching.
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>> is your boss letting you off the hook if you're late for work because of the septa strike. 813, all eyes on pennsylvania, in particular, philadelphia. that's also, a big thing that's been brought up during this election, if you go to the teleprompter, that would be great. something going on, less than week away from the election after charges of rigged election, voter fraud. seth williams along with the city commissioners and the committee of 70 people, they will again organize a reelection day fraud task force to respond to any allegation action of illegal voting. seth williams, thank you for joining us now, of course even though doing this since what 2014?
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>> correct. >> this is specially because the election this year, and donald trump, even called out saying there is large scale voter fraud. >> right. we created election fraud task force in 2014 to respond. we've had difficult elections in our past in our country, always overcome them together. this is nothing new. but i think people saying that the vote, the election, is rigged, is a disservice to everyone, philadelphia created our democracy, we will do all we can to ensure everyone has a right to vote. we'll protect everyone as either being harassed or if there are people voting iglooly, meet the full measure of the you. >> it was interesting, because large scale voter fraud, donald trump mentioned philly by name, calling it a horror show. >> right. >> what's your thoughts that far? >> well, rerun our election task force in a none part van way, no matter what party, who they want to vote for, they have the right to vote. we'll have over 07 assistant did i strict attorney, working all day long, start before
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7:00. strategically place a cross the city another headquarters in our offers, any voter that had a problem at the polls with someone harassing them, stopping them from voting, don't know where to go to vote, can call us at 686-9641. >> that number is on the screen. >> but the general problem we have is people not voting illegally. >> not stolen votes. newt gingrich as well as donald trump. >> people don't now where to vote. make sure to know where they can vote, where they are registered to vote. often people handing out literature too close. we don't have the zombie, just voting multiple timesment don't have that. >> in may i you a news you made some arrests in. >> we did, we had people took relatives or friends to the polling place, went in, voted for them. that happened. we prosecuted them. we take it very seriously, we want every vote to count. but, with all of this talk about philadelphia. >> the fact is we don't have that problem.
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>> so, why? >> the history unfortunately? america women were prevent from the voting, that african-americans and poor were prevented, not billionaires, but we are going to ensure who ever goes to vote, if they have a problem, send out team of prosecutors and investigators to gather information to make arrest. >> happening in a press conference? >> we work with in conjunction, collaboration, committee of 07, with the city commissioners to ensure that we have a fair election in philadelphia and that every vote counts. >> saying concerned about the upcoming election. >> we have more issues in philadelphia. during a primary election. democrats republicans about seven to one, we have more problems, more issues, more argument, at the polling place, during a primary, when you have more people in their close smaller neighborhoods, upset about can date versus that candidate.
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generally go smoothly, but we will do all that we can to make sure that every vote counts. >> okay. thank you, we will keep you updated on. that will also, been a while since you have been here on the show, and since it has been a while, there have been some reports and also on the cover of the daily news, we will show some of those, about the gift, and in fact disclose of the gift, positively, anything you want to say to the viewers the first time we've had you since reported thon about this investigation, federal investigation going on? >> all philadelphians, unfortunately, too many people, i went through divorce, and french mine helped me. gave me gift, no one asked me for anything. i didn't do anything. >> friend every those $45,000 roof and the trips? >> and girlfriend gave me a watch. things like that. but i sure reported it. the law in pennsylvania requires it in philadelphia that i had to report these things, the first monday of every may.
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i didn't report these things, and i self-reported. i took the step of amending my reports for six years. no one made me do it. >> and the monday after, not aware? >> i understand, you have the appearance of impropriety, and that's something that we don't need in the criminal justice system. so i've done everything i can to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> than you, transparency, big thing talk about this election. >> i agree. >> thank you so much. thank you for being here, at 10:00 a.m., therefore the task force press conference. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> 8:18. bob? >> looking live at the schuylkill expressway, jammo coming into and out of the city. stack and packed, again, into the height, the thick of it right now, talk about it earlier. i said today would be worse than it was yesterday. and certainly standing up to
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that. again, all of the schools are back in session. i think we're seeing a lot of unusual traffic patterns, folks, dropping their kids off to school, before they would go to work, that's part of their trip, that they typically would not take on a normal wednesday morning. thank goodness we at least have some sunshine out there. but, average travel time right now, on that schuylkill, is about 40, 45 minutes. there is your travel times. on i-95, the schuylkill expressway, the blue route stack and pack here, again, pack your patience, if you haven't left yet, stay where you are. put another pop tart in the toaster. grab another coffee. i said right out of the gate this morning, i thought 9:30 would be the best time if you were going to ask for some flex time. here is your travel times, 43 minutes, south on 95, jammed up for the folks coming in on 422. there are some parking options. if you want to come into the city, the flat rate, ten for ten, ten bucks for ten hours, at select ppa garages. the ppa also offering some
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slack on the meteor times. and your checklist, crowded trains and the platforms, are looking at 60 minute delays, upward, yesterday, and getting close to that today, on the regional rail lines, get your tickets in advance. try for those flex hours. maybe work from home. and if you are going to work from home maybe work out on the deck, because is it going to be nice? sue has the answer in 15 sent >> we have beautiful fall day ahead, temperature out over the next couple of days that will be warmer than average. and we think probably the month of november will end up above average. october, one to 3 degrees above the average, how we ended up for 2016. high pressure is in control today. giving us probably the best
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weather day of the week. tomorrow start out okay. here comes the cold front, will roll through in the afternoon with some rain. here we are right now, dry, looking good out, there lots of sun glare, 51 degrees, in philadelphia. forty-six in mount pocono. forty-five in lancaster. fifty-one wildwood. we switch to southwesterly winds, that made all of the difference, the average high is 61 degrees. we are right there, almost there, yesterday, with 60. but look at today. 73 degrees. seventy-eight tomorrow. before the rain comes. and then, chilly, just in time for the weekend. but very seasonable and lovely autumn weekends ahead. looking forward to tomorrow, alex, look at this, 78 degrees. oh, i like that. >> specially the storms part. >> seventy-eight okay. >> this may not be so fab. this personal trainer made headlines showing off her abs and pregnant belly. now she says she's paying for it. why being an in good shape she says made it hard to give birth. >> and keeping it in the family. has janet jackson name her baby already?
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>> janet jackson has named the baby? >> she decided to have michael brandon be her son's name, after her two late brother, the first of course after michael jackson, brandon is the name of marilyn's twin who died at birth. says the babely have multiple first names, last name for her husband's request, the couple's son due in lays deet. >> michael brandon. how about that? okay, remind my who rachael is is? >> white woman after she was the president of the chapter of naacp where she is in washington, and she claims she was black, now she has written
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a memoir, not everyone is happy about it,. >> not happen which this book, title of the book in full color, finding my place in a black and white world. part of the book is about her facing discrimination as a black woman. >> back up for a second. i want to see. okay. just want to see the bye line. interesting. >> had little technical issue, there get it back up here in a second. number of writers on twitter have sent it back at her, and the book, many were specially concerned she was writing about discrimination when black women are under represented in the publishing world, in the first place. >> we got it. okay, let's punch it back up. >> i thought interesting, in a black and white world. >> should be interesting book. >> wow. >> okay, well, i think we have
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a jackpot here, a woman wins $43 million on a slot machine. can you imagine, but this store does not have happy ending. why she won't see any of the money.
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> you're watching a movie, and we ate all of your candy. >> (crying). >> it is back, annual halloween prank leaves kids in tears, worse, all of them get angry, one little girl's adorable response to her mom eating her canned. >> i this young woman is a force took rec orthopedics with on the football field, breaking down the barriers, tackle football, meet her today on good day philadelphia. plus, day two of the septa strike. it is on right now. >> and commuters all around the city are looking for
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different ways to get to work and school. so let's get right out to steve keel. >> i. >> we exactly where i was this time yesterday. north broad street. and i said it is worst than yesterday. >> way worse than yesterday, so there is one direction, so looking northbound as far as the eye can see, see bumper to bumper, as nascar says on fox 29. graying will spin around. that's the slow trick in the center city. and you can make out the hazy skyline, there is liberty place to the left you see the big s on the olney transportation center, mike, i understand you ran one of my pictures, i took in there. one loan some guy in there yesterday, not wearing pants. you can catch that picture on twitter to up a thousand re tweets. love what the twitter verse loves, guy with no pant, the highly yesterday. all right, now, look, all of these kids being driven. doing shrek to vehicle interviews with moms. and you see all of these moms and dads. walking their kids to school, because the septa bus doesn't take it.
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on the corner here, we have shy, shitia. woman yam her son, nine years old, they said can you be five more minute late. normally he is on septa bus, goes to the olney transportation center yes, he does. >> and how tough is this for you guys dealing with this strike. >> it is very tough. we have to walk all the way from germantown to chelten, almost, to walk here. >> you got two pairs of decent sneakers. >> yes, we do, and we're giving them a run for their money. >> william, i bet you like having your mom with you in the morning on the way to school rather than being on the septa bus anyway, right. >> yes. >> look how neatly you dressed, i bet you mike doesn't have his tie, his upper button buttoned right now. are you all seeks dollars about this strike with your mom being with you? >> yes. >> miss the bus. >> i miss it a lot. >> how tough is it to start school after such a long walk? >> well, pretty touch because every time when we get to
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school, our feet will be hurting. and every time it hurts us very much that it went on strike. >> so when they say recess, you would rather sit at your desk or go in the library sit there instead of play because your feet hurt. >> so i play little bit, then sit down the the stairs. >> all right, look, thank you for so much for letting us be five more minutes late, on the tardy slip today just say it was long walk and fox 29 bothered us, okay? william, great to meet you. you have lovely mom, shy. shy, you're living up to the hat, love, love for the son. typical septa strike story, mom and son, walking a long walk to school, but at least not doing the long drive on broad street. boy, it is rough commute. yesterday we didn't even go down broad street. we said we got to get off or never get back to the station. so long day for us yesterday. just driving back after the show was over. today, we will figure out better route today too.
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>> that's a long walk. what a good mom. that was a long walk. >> just to get -- they had to be 15, 16 blocks, brought broad street. so what's the name of the segment now during the strike? >> calling on kelly. >> calling on kelly. >> where you can send us questions about the septa strike. anything you might want to know. use the hashtag fox 29 septa. bob kelly will answer on air, so our latest question from sherman ellis, jr. r he says good morning, bob. can we park in a bus zone legally now that they're on strike? >> buses are around. >> good morning, sherman. no, you can't park in the bus zone. common! >> now, what you're loud to do is pull up, and drop off. that is what they're allowing, again, especially in center city you have those bus zones, those lanes, along chestnut or market street out front here. crazy, stop temporarily and
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unload and off load. but do not park otherwise, the ppa will be giving you a free ride, down to delaware avenue. live look, i95 southbound, stack and packed wood half mean downtown. look at northbound here, jammed up, as well, again, not everyone comes into the city. we call the reverse commute folks headed out of the city. probably almost as many folks lever the city than as well as coming into town. so, we got you coming and going here, an accident in new jersey, 295, right at the 42 freeway, here's your speedometer readings for all of the major roadways certainly more volume today, than we saw yesterday. a lot of the unusual traffic patterns, all of the schools are back, and remember the catholic schools off yesterday because of all saints day, 40 minutes on 95, and just over half hour on the blue route, accident on the turnpike at ft. washington, and all of the regional rails running with an average of 30 minute delays, and again, once that train fills up, it then becomes an expresso, and comes into downtown, thus bypassing the
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station's along the way, causing for some real frustrated commuters. but what's the forecast like for those computers standing out on the platforms? >> hoping for extra expresso, because of all of the waiting. yep, it is going to be beautiful day. got sunshine, few clouds out, there bus stop buddy has his shades on for the little ones waiting for the school bus, that is, temperatures in the four's, 50's, and yes, we're celebrating national deviled eggs day, in fact, less than hour from now, we will be headed an egg-off right here on "good day" philadelphia. no rain on radar, none expected, but the full fall day, 51 degrees to start, south southwest winds at 5 miles an hour, 46 degrees in the mountains, 49 in trenton, 46 in millville, new jersey, and 50 in wilmington, delaware, we have high of 73 today. warmer than yesterday. sixty, and tonight, down to 60 for low temperature, with some fog rolling in, we will tell you what happens after that, whether we bring you that seven day forecast, mike and
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alex. >> 8:36, jackpot, woman wins $43 million in the slot machine. can you imagine? she probably passed out. but this story does not have a good ending here. she is not going to get any of the money. >> she will get some. >> really? >> we will talk more.
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>> imagine this happening to you. she thought she won nearly $43 million, on the slot machines. >> so she is sticking these nickles, dimes, quarters. >> and all the stuff happens. >> people come running over.
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>> ahh! >> but, here's what happened. katrina book man, at the resorts world casino, all of the lights started coming, and then, they even printed out ticket saying here's your prize, 43 million. >> so when she went to up claim her prize? >> yes? >> the casino toll her, oh, ma'am, i'm sorry, the machine malfunctioned. your actual wings, 2.25. uh-huh. >> what? >> 2.25. >> but listen to this. >> here is selfie she took, printing cash ticket, so she could go over to the counter and get her money. see? really, $43 million. >> that's a happy woman right there. >> i would be happy. it is $43 million. can you imagine her face? >> when they said 2.25? >> yes, but here is the thing, everything will be fine, because they did offer her a steak dinner, as well. >> you mean to tell me i thought i won $43 million you are giving me a steak?
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meal pass? >> spring cheese? >> what? >> it is discusting. >> it malfunctioned? >> this is the first thing do you with that 2.40. >> 25 cents. >> you put it adown payment on an attorney. >> oh, she's suing. looking at this article, by the way, ready for the headlines? this is the huffington post. woman wins $43 million slot machine jackpot but al all she got was meat. >> all she got was meat. >> yes, she is suing. i mean, wouldn't you? >> leaker it is not my fault the machine malfunctioned. >> heck no. taking out of service if it is malfunctioning. fish face. two # words for what's her name? >> hold on. katrina bookman. >> katrina bookman, who is who you book, katrina. two words: tom kline decline. >> oh, really? >> powerful attorney, that i saw at the sixers game last
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night. >> this brooklyn woman. >> i'm surprised. >> oh, ya, if i ever get -- if i ever need to get my 43 million from a slot machine, you know, i'm calling on, not fresno, not the other krass know, i'm going with ingjo. >> here is a quote. i feel like they did me real dirt. >> i oh, they did you dirty. >> maybe not. >> she probably, i would think, run right over to the cashier. >> dif me my monday. >> i show me the money. >> $2. >> twenty. >> 25 cents! oh, my gosh. >> so what's weird, she is at the cashier window, instead of the 43 million, they simply put a raw piece of rib eye steak through the casino window. >> raw? >> didn't even cook it for her. >> here is the thing, this is
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where tom kline comes in, the message on all machines say -- >> so winning -- >> how do you get out of that. >> i don't think she's going get her monday. >> i probably not. >> can at least get like lifetime estate? like lifetime of steak? >> i would still take a shot. tom kline, call me. >> okay, do you ever go to, i shouldn't ask you this, do you ever go to like a kid -- sometimes, kids clothes are really cute. if you could just fit into them, you know what i mean? >> not even the ones in the store, the ones in their closets, just on the floor? jena parentally even parents can make use of it. what? yes. >> yes, you can shop your kids closet, or shop the floor, if they haven't pick up their clothe. alisa is back, what things you can do, and what things you shouldn't do. by the way we're each wearing something from the kids
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meat. michelle says i would have lost my religion after. that will no, you're going to give me my money. then one said i just saw the slot lady story go they just gave me a steak dinner we would definitely have beef. >> let's get to jeff. bethenny frankel, took some heat for wearing her toddler's clothes few years ago, remember this? her daughter's pj's, there it is, her daughter real little at the time. but apparently, maybe onto something. there are some things actually worth stealing from your kids. so jen, if you want to go shopping, your area saying just go to your kids closet? what? >> yes, yes, you can shop the closet. first of all still at the show, new boutique called bus and, alycia here from styling jane. and you work with us, as well, on fox 29. all right, so i told you this. eleven year old brody, he has the best sneakers, the best hats, i spends a lot of money on his clothes. so, you say i could borough his stuff from time to time? >> i think you can. not everything translates into something that moms should bewaring, but, the fact of the
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matter is we do, we spend monday on our kids than we do on ourselves. >> so go down here, the warm hat thing, the one thing you are talking about? >> love this. kids chocolate hat. why can't mom, running out the door, why can't she throw this on real cute? >> good. >> doesn't the matter what size you are. >> at love this works if you're a smaller person. >> correct. >> a, holiday sweater. >> absolutely love this. this is a little girl holiday sweater. it goes perfect actually with what i am wearing, little leather skirt, really jazz g it up, perfect for holiday. >> love it. again you knew for the kid, maybe wear it and they're in one picture for going to the nut cracker? >> correct. >> they're not wearing that to school. >> they're not wearing t i think silhouettes like this translate the best because they're stretching it. >> sometimes structured woven, little harder, you know, clearly women are not built like little girls, so, things like this that have nice natural stretch in it works best. >> fitting you? >> correct. >> this is from the gap. and it is in the little boy's department. but it is working?
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>> adorablement has little strip of detail collar. looks so cute on you. could you button it up. i love tub but the orthopedics, but i think great add us. >> okay, and it is again probably going to wear it little pit until fall. not wearing the kid basketball shorts obviously snow, not saying, you know, power ranger t-shirt. like i said, not everything translates even in little girls sometimes the ditsy -- looks like little girls clothes. but what i am wearing exploded floral, little girl's sweatshirt. >> hilarious. >> right? >> i should say it looks sophisticated with the leather skirt. >> that's yes chose the leather skit on the bottom, so not so little little girl. >> the other thing you said go for some of the box i shapes. if your daughter something -- >> this is like flow tune i can, doesn't have the natural shape anyway like i was saying to you, things like jeans, we have junk in our trunk, we're not little girls. so things like there is like how cute is this with black tights? >> really cute. again that's something that they would wear with jegging
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to school. this is hilarious. snow is boys shirt. like someone never wore this but i think it is a, but cute for a mom? >> like mom, why couldn't you put this on with leather leggings and booties. >> a. i lover all of your ideas, obviously some of the more vintage looking shirts, work. >> right. that's why i love over at vestage, tons of these great vintage t's, think great route to go. and my secret i love both little boy's vintage blazer. >> we toss it back, you were actually in philadelphia style magazine. >> yes. >> because awed blazer on over your dress. >> which my dress is from gap kids. >> gap kids dress, and little boy vintage blazer. >> and saving money, saving time. love it. stick around for one more hour. >> sounds good. >> alex what we will do, we will diy your distressed jeans. i'm going to say that again. diy your distressed jeans. because you don't want to spends money on ripped jeans. >> when you can just rip them your. >> okay. >> i'm looking forward to
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norristown, montgomery county. another day in court. for bill cosby, he's suv, the big black suv we see every time he goes to court. has pulled up there in norristown, montgomery county courthouse, waiting for bill to get out of the suv. >> day two, pretrial hearing, underway yesterday morning, under judge steven o'neil. and arguments, prosecutors, defense attorneys, than is cosby's latest effort to have this is this case dismissed.
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>> because, remember, it is not schedule for eight months away from the actual trial that's going to start. >> the door now opening. his attorneys say that he's basically legally blind now, that's why they guide him into the courthouse here. >> they go up to the second, i think, first fly, elevator, and then into the courthouse. >> and just like yesterday, being guided and also has his cane, although doesn't seem to be using it today either. >> and usually, i mean, reporters from all over the world, outside montgomery county courthouse, of course, people asking to comment, if he walks up, sometimes he nods, sometimes he gives a way. >> yes. >> so the fans out there, too. >> yes, sometimes you hear them in the background,
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yesterday was basically just a legal back and forth, back and forth, not much accomplished. there are quite a few people. need around the world. >> ended with the judge saying, hey, you need to provide actual, of all of the statements you made to support your motion toss dismiss this, so talking about the fact he can identify his accusers. talking about, bringing up the fact how so long ago, they need to have how can they actually remember, even claims some of the people who were claiming, they november each other. might and reason. >> exactly. >> so the judge want factual proof. >> so some of these claims you're right, my gosh, some of them back to the 70s. now, i was wondering if gloria all red would show up today. one of the attorneys for quite a few of these women who were accusing him of sexual assault over the years. so, this is before we lose site of them, takes two, three minutes to get up into the elevator. we'll stay on. that will lauren out there, complete coverage of that. if anything news happens in the 9:00 hour we'll get to it.
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