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>> this morning on "good day", a parking lot becomes a parking lake? shoppers rescued by boats. a massive water main break in east falls and this is not the first time there's been a water main break in that area. plus, the strike continues step buses, subways and trolleys are still not running and how negotiations are going own how the strike could come to an en end. and little fun this saturday morning. national home brew day. why vom brewing their own beer, saturday, november 5, 2016, "good day". >> from the fox 29 studios this is "good day philadelphia weekend". "good day", good morning, we're very happy to be here on a beautiful saturday morning. i'm bill anderson. shawn brace, good morning, sir. >> hey, hey, how is everybody
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doing. >> everything good? >> everything great. >> scott williams. i was always whining talking to scott. >> it's chilly out there. we're looking at typical november afternoon ahead. you'll need jacket and sweaters this morning. temperatures in the and 30s. but we'll head towards the low 60s by this afternoon. live look right now in and around center city, pretty quiet. it's cold. we have mostly clear skies. a beautiful sunrise will be on tap. a live look right now at the ben franklin bridge. christchurch in old city it's a lot of sunshine expected later on today. it's chilly now in center city at 42 degrees. we're being looking at perfect viszbility with the clear skies. look at the temperatures once you get outside of the city. below freezing, 31 in millvill millville. mid 30s in the poconos. upward 30s now in wilmington. weather bit numbers on scale of 1 to 10 it's cold to start but
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we'll give it a 9. looking good for first weekend of know. already in the month of november. so as we go hour by hour, by breakfast, low 40s. by lunchtime mid 50s. looking at 61 for the afternoon high. the average for this time of year is right around 60. let's talk about temperatures areawide. down the shore, low 60s, sunny, breezy, lehigh valley, i think the temperatures this afternoon will stay in the mid to upper 50s. coming up, we'll talk more about patchy frost, dry pattern ahead and also look ago head to that election day forecast. here's a look at traffic. good morning, everybody, looking to do something with the kids, how about unity cup soccer at citizens bank park. free admission, 6:00, double bubble and saturday hoops at the wells fargo certainty, 'nova plays at noon. soyxers at 7.
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juneing in south philly. and katie perry a free concert at the man music center all part of the campaign. doors on 5:30. monday a hot mess, former president, president and woman who wants to be president all coming to town for the last day of the campaign on monday night. have yourself a great day. we'll see you back here bright and early tomorrow morning on "good day philadelphia weekend weekend". >> thank you so much, bob, so many things going nonour area. you cannot use septa to get there. the septa deal in the fifth day. both sides return to a bargaining table after judge's ruling and our own jennaphr jennaphr joyce joins us this morning. they're still going at it. >> expected to resume all weekend long until a deal reached at the sheraton downtown. down five of septa strike it's
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inconveniencing 400,000 riders an a judge ruled against injunction that septa rejuste quested that would force 5,000 bus, subway and trolley operators back to work. septa officials pushed for legal action saying the strike was causing immediate dpainker to the safety and welfare of the riders. a judge said their case was not strong enough. both sides will be back in court on monday. >> we're not going to lie dow down. while we can't resolve the strike and watch passengers suffer. not going to do it. it's too important for people that can't get other rides and can't afford ub erin lifts and have to get to medical appointments. >> we recognize strikes are inconvenience and cause people tone dur conditions they would rather not endure and union would not endure and that's not a basis to grant an injunction
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under pennsylvania law. >> reporter: and the union argues with taxis, uber, lift, car pooling and car rentals there are transportation alternatives for riders during the strike. septa argues third of users have family income of $25,000 or less and cannot afford those alternatives. the last septa strike was in 2009. that lasted six days. some have lasted several days. and even weeks again negotiations will resume later this morning. mopping the issues at the bargaining table pensions and healthcare costs. bill. >> i also know they're looking how this will impact election day. hopefully we can get more information on that as well. thank you very much. a fiery crash leaves one person dead and two others sglird bustle ton this morning. one of the cars bursting into flames when it slapped into a power pole. this was the scene on grant avenue, 16 street just after 2:00. police are still investigating but tell us that two people
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were trapped inside a second car and rescuers had to cut them out of the mangled wreckage. both were taken to the hospital with broken bones and thankfully they will survive. >> at 7:06. happening overnight, crews race to put out a house fire in the philadelphia logan neighborhood. it started inside this two story brick row home on mentor street around 1:00. firefighters quickly dousing flames before they could spread to the neighbors. no one was home at the time and cause of the fire is still under investigation. >> and a massive cleanup is underway and repairs are being made in the wake of a major water main break in east falls. take a look at this video. look at that. this shopping center looks like a natural disaster hit when a 48" pipe ruptured late yesterday afternoon and the flooding stranded 75 people along the 2800 block of fox street. as you see, crews actually had to use inflatable fwots get people out of the parking lot and get them to dry ground. many were customers grocery
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shopping at the shoprite when they saw all the commotion. >> i noticed people were running and i tried to lock and saw water gushing. and i panicked. i didn't think but i ran through the water and not thinking but my car is first car right here suv and it's just destroyed. water was gushing through it. >> as you can see there's a lot of property damage. but fortunately no one was injured. officials are still trying to determine what caused the break but believe it could just be due to age. the water department told fox 9 the city main system is over 1 100 years node need of ongoing inspection and repair. >> a lot of soil addage when this shopping certainty was build and that's initial pressure on the pipe the pipes are over 100 years old and every time we have a large transmission main break we do the diagnostics. >> this area of east falls has had three other major water
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main breaks since just january of 2014. 7:08 let's move ton you decide political coverage. we're three days out from presidential election and both candidates and surrogates are pushing hard trying to win over undecided voters and get them to the polls. president obama continues to support democratic candidate hillary clinton on the campaign trail. the commander-in-chief spoke at a rally in charlotte, north carolina, he amped up attacks on republican candidate donald trump who he says simply is unfit for office. >> and the fact that he has gotten this far tells me the degree to which our politics has become like a bad reality tv show. >> president addressed the crowd as they started arguing with a protester telling them not to get distracted and repeating his plea not to boo, sirm my vote.
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and donald trump continues his swing state campaigning in pennsylvania with a visit to hershey. trump criticized clinton for her alleged corruption and took a swipe and said she needs celebrities to get people excited for her campaign. >> we set a new record for this building and by the way i didn't have to bring jay lo or jay-z only way she gets anybody. i'm here all by myself. i am here all by myself, just me, no guitar or piano, no nothing. but you know what we do have and it's all of us, it's all the same, we all have great ideas and great vision for our country. that's what we have. now, beyonce and jay-z warmed up the crowd at a clinton event in ohio. another battle ground state last night. and the campaign event continue this weekend. tonight, hillary clinton will appear with another super star
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katy perry in philadelphia at the mann center for performing arts and monday clinton will nerve philadelphia with her family and with the first family for one final campaign event before election day. it's 7:10 we're now haring a jury reaches a verdict in the bridgegate trial both defendants guilty on all charges. bridget kelly and bill baroni were convicted of creating traffic jams at george washington bridge in 2013. prosecutors say it was for political retaliation and both defendants testified they believed the lane closures were part of traffic study and that contradicted governor christie statements about when and when he knew about the gridlock. governor christie was not charged and both kelly and baroni denied involvement while prosecutors think otherwise. >> i'm innocent of these charges and i'm very very looking forward to this appeal.
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i'm enormously proud of the work my office, fbi and inspector general did on the case. >> both defendants plan to appeal. sentencing is set for february. now a lung cancer diagnosis without having ever having smoked a day in your life. that was reality for one local man. this morning his wife's mission to make sure everyone knows that cancer doesn't discriminate. . and you may know him there he is. new jersey's we'd man and one prosecutor's office calling him a cyber bully. we check out exchange. it got pretty ugly. and we're focusing on social media guys. it's national love your red hair day. >> hey, hey, hey. >> we've been talking about that all morning. >> we have one of the red heads in the background, bette midler playing in the background. >> we want to hear everybody has a red head. >> quarterback for eagles. >> carson wentz.
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lucille ball. >> we want to hear yours as sglel how old are you. >> i love lucy. >> she's original, you're right. >> who is your favorite fictional red head he saw the choices. use the #fox 29 aerial for little mermaid and #fox 29 jessica for roger rabbit or #fox 29 elmo. >> i think jessica is front runner. >> probably right. >> we want your votes. we'll continue to update throughout the show. we'll continue to update throughout the show. stick with us
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dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p*á*á". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes.
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you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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>> and 7:15 as we look out in old city. it's still dark. don't the klokdz get changed this weekend. we'll have a little bit of light earlier. right now, nice view on a chilly morning. all right. its with around this time in 2 2011 when mark kochler's life changed he woke up in cold sweat and helmy active 2 28-year-old knew something was wrong. doctors found a small spot on his lungment mark never smoked a day in his life and was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer and more tests revealed that the cancer spread. mark proposed to his girlfriend july of 2012 as he continued badle with cancer and tragi tragically he pass away. rachel continues to keep his memory alive and talk about
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lung cancer and information that we all need to have to protect ourselves and we are very happy to have her here this morning, good morning. >> good morning thank you for having me. >> never smoked a day in his life. >> no. >> all of the warning signs or signals were not there. >> correct. >> lets go through this a little bit. that has to be a shocking diagnosis. >> it's very shocking. we're finding now though that there's more non smokers diagnosed with lung cancer every day and it's something genetically in his body that caused him to possess the gaep that would be for lung cancer. and so, immediately we were shocked and but determined to try to help him fight through this. >> well and obviously you're young and continuing to move forward. so what made you decide that this is not just going to be at you and grieving and you need to share this information with everyone. >> it's a challenge every day because you know we all miss him. death is a very permanent thing, of course, but we can do
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is carry on his legacy and you know, i always think to myself, what if susan g. komen stopped trying because you know people that cared for her stopped trying. you know, we need to be avoice for this disease because there's not an active enough voice right now. and as much as it say difficult situation for us to go through, because we are constantly reminded of the disease that took him from us, you know, we're trying to make a difference in other people's lives. that's something that mark so want todd do before he pass away. we started our own non nrovt conjunction with our family to continue to raise funds for the smevk mutation he possessed. for lung cancer. and we also support another non profit called free to breathe. >> are people hearing you? i mean talking to you and obviously it's a powerful story if you get to sit down and talk to you. most if you talk about lung
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cancer they say i don't smoke and dismiss it. >> that's a great we. we're finding we have a great network of people. and our network also talks just as much as we do. and i think we have to be examples for the people around us so they become examples and advocates for this disease as well. you know, we incorporate our younger family members in the conversation and i'm here now and one of the nieces she talks about this disease just as much as we do at a young age. i think that's so important that people start talking about it and continue talking about it. >> what can we do? i mean we were talking about it. he was in good health. he was active. he was young. he didn't smoke. what do we look for to know we're not in a situation like this. >> sure. so, you know if you have a lingering cough that won't go away, you know don't dismiss. it go to the doctor. you know, mark took himself to the emergency room. his symptoms were unrelated he
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had lymphnodes swol anyone pelvis and didn't feel that something was right and he went to the emergency room and you know i think the biggest message i can portray is listen to your body. know when something doesn't seem right and gone to the doctor. it might take time out of your day. but it could totally change your life. i remember when mark initially had the sim toymz was like i'm sure you're fine i'm sure it's just a cold. and it turned out that from the beginning, he had stage four lung cancer. so as early as we thought we caught it it was still not early enough. and in mark's case, however, it would not have mattered. he possessed a specific mutation which would have continued to wreak havoc on his body anyway unfortunately but i would advice people if you have any symptoms that don't seem right go to a doctor. >> especially men we don't do that. >> yeah. >> there is advance coming up tell us about this. there's an event at memorial hall. >> free to breathe event we
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support since 2011 registration online is closed. but people can register the day of. and come out at 7:00 in the morning. we would love to see you there. we're all wearing this bright orange. you'll be able to easily find us. this is my niece ali and we want to make it a fun day. our organization miles for mark is sponsoring byob after party. so you can bring a picnic and hang out with friends and there's games and hopefully you guys are all out there will be able toy join us. >> we appreciate the fact you're willing to share your story and struggle to try to save all of us. >> thank you very much. >> we encourage everybody to get out there. thank you for coming in. thanks for coming up n we appreciate it. >> scott williams we got the event coming up. will the weather hold up? will we have a "good day" for it? >> it is a good event a great cause and chilly weekend as far as far as temperatures in the morning. by the afternoon it will be seasonable. average high for this time of
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year is right around 60. we'll top out today in philadelphia in the low 60s. sun will come up in 15 minutes and it's going to be a beautiful sunrise out there. have those jackets and sweater sweaters. but also have the sun glass force all of that sun glare. 42 right now on this saturday morning in philadelphia and sunrise will approach at 7:35. let's talk about the temperatures outside of the city. we dipped into the 30s. 37 atlantic city and wild wood. we have 31 millville and 36 degrees chilly in pottstown and 35 in the poconos and zooming n. north and west, look at phoenixville. freezing 32, 30 west chester, so a frostee and cold start. but weather looking great if you head to the philadelphia art museum, weekend wendy will step out, walk the american diabetes association. 5 k run begins 8:30 and walk take place at 9:30 and temperatures will be right around 45 degrees at 8 a.m. by
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11 temperatures will climb into the low 50s. we're talking about temperatures topping out once again into the of 0s by this afternoon. ultimate doppler is dry. it's quiet. we'll look at that. weather authority 7 day forecast. for today's high. 61 degrees. don't forget to fall back tonight. we get that extra hour of sleep. but the sun will set tomorrow at 4:52. but the sun will set tomorrow at 4:52. we'll be right back. pat toomey and donald trump both would defund planned parenthood, and criminalize women's right to choose. "there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah." "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors...
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until i find out exactly you know the severity of it and what will happen down the road, right now nothing. >> as of right now, yes. >> that was wednesday, doug pederson telling us josh will be suiting up for new york giant. a few meeting between eagles brass late erin they decided to release josh huff. pederson was back in front of the mic telling us what changed. >> i said we would get more information and we were going to make a collective decision and that's what we did. you heard howie's comment yesterday and i truly believe that's the right way to handle this is to dialogue and have communication and do the best thing for the philadelphia
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eagles. >> i'm buying that sxlaition and eagles coverage sunday. make sure you join us, 10 a.m. we get your day started with fox game day live main event 1 p.m. eagles and giants and how about this? post gain show fox 29 postgame show back in the house myself, shawn bell and g. could be breaking it down after the game on sunday. friday night light temple edition. owls are red hot. a win would mean temple had won four in a row. let's head out to connecticut that's right. this was for dog if you're talking about uconn. philip walker hit jury had thomas here for a touch down. puts owls up 7-0. this was all temple. owls up 14-0 philip walker over of to the mid tll nice path 2 21-0 and they never looked
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back. all owls all day yesterday. temple shuts out uconn-0. bell, it is eagles ginlts weekend. >> it is. >> must win for the eagles. if they lose this game they're 0-3 and in the division and people are done. >> people don't want to hear that. that's a question for game day tomorrow. how much does this game matter. are you still on board? you have already wiped it out? we're asking again next week. >> i am imagining people are saying ask me again next week f you're realistic about it right now we need to focus on the wildcard. any way in we were not talking about that beginning of season. i'm on board with the team. nice job, go eagles, talking about another team our sixers planning to honor their 1966, '-67 championship team going on all season long. coming up one member of the team will join us live in the studio and talk about the legacy. he actually plays for a member of that team and where the sixers are now.
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and look that guy, you may know him. he's judge new jersey ees weed man and one prosecutor's office is calling him cyber bully for things that ended up online. we check out an exchange. it got ugly, stick us with. we check out an exchange. it got ugly, stick us with. ♪ hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one.
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this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere
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pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. priorities usa action is responsible >> 7:30 day five of septa strike. till no deal.
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a judge ruled against septa request for up junction to force 5,000 bus, subway and trolley operators back to work saying so far the strike is not causing an immediate danger to the safety or welfare of rider riders. both sides will be back in court monday morning and more talks are expected to continue this weekend. >> three people are in the hospital after an afternoon of terror on a new jersey college campus. officials at rutgers business school in piscataway say a former student went on a stabbing rampage 2:30 friday and that suspect stabbed two people before lease police took the person into custody. rutgers officials are not saying how serious the injuries are at this point. i admit it i'm the weather whiner and scott points out it will be seasonable. handle it. >> we're talking high today of 61. so stop complaining. it could be worse we could be talking about snow.
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no snow in the current forecast. as far as the sunrise a beautiful sun advise across the area coming up right now. we're watching that sun in old city. 42 is the current temperature. wind right now out of the west at 5 miles an hour. and but, it is a chilly start out there. look at the 30s. 36 lancaster an 36 pottstown and we have 31 below freezing right now as we move into millville. so planning your day, jacket, sweaters, scarves and have those sun places a lot of sunshine. by lunch, a55. by:00, 61. that should be our high temperature. for tomorrow, 6. don't forget to fall back tonight and take a look as we look ahead we're talking about the end of dpailt savings time. that's tonight. election day only three days away. and look at thanksgiving, only 19 days away. that day forecast will show low 60s for the weekend. a little cooler. 50s monday and then mild for election day high of 65 degrees. back to you. >> thank you so much.
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scott. we talked about it you heard about him. many people know him as new jersey weed man. is he now becoming known as cyber bully. he's in trouble with the police again over exchange that happened with an officer. the weed manziel those charges are ridiculous and so does aclu. hank flynn has the story. >> i pissed off people over the years and this is one of the case it's came back to haunt me. my hateers are pushing this. >> ed fortune is no straichk to controversy you cannot be if you're marijuana advocate that calls himself new jersey wee de man and they've charged fortune with verbal harassment with a cop. weed manziel that's crazy. >> yes i assaulted him he can sue me if he wants to. for prosecution and for the system the justice system to charge me, prosecute me, it's
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total violation of first amendment. >> it's an incidents that occurred may 10 of this year where for tup openly and loudly insalts trenton police in fronts of his weed man cafe which saits cross from city hall. in the video you see him focus on officer herb flowers repeatedly calling him a pedophile. >> he's a police pedophile. hey pedophile. how about that one pedophile. >> mid september mercer country prosecutors hit weed man with cyber bullying charges and he wants to know how since he didn't shoot or post the video. >> in my case i did not film it. nor did i put it online. i don't believe that even statutorily i even fit the charge. >> i talked to trenton police about the matter and they could not comment because the case is in litigation.
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mercer county prosecutor's office did not return calls and i went to attorney michelle fenitio. >> it has to be with intent to harm the person and knowingly with intent. >> michelle has written about new jersey cyber bullying law and took a look at video. his behavior might constitute a public disturbance but cyber bullying she says that's bonk. >> they're agitated by his behavior so they're finding a law not specifically intended for a case like this and applying to it and try to fit it into the four squares of what he is doing outside of the store. and then using the criminal charge of a weapon against him to get him to stop. >> and michelle's not the only critic. new jersey chapter of aclu mocked charges when they were filed saying they seem unsustainable and depending on language it's judged to be unconstitutional. tonight in less this week officering weed many year in jail on the charge a deal that
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fortune of course shot down. so, is ed getting a raw deal or is this somehow just deserved by being pot smoking agitator. you make the call at fox 9 philly hitting me up on twitte twitter@hank fox 9. >> good question and story and we would love to hear what you fwhi. it. all right. everyone is talking about it but in three days it will all be over. the election is finally upon u us. has the election cycle been stressing you out. it tips to make it through this coming tuesday and it's a rite of passage for so many pext you turn 21 and have the first legal drink. while the drinking may be legal, other things people are doing when they're of drinking age not so much. the crimes that go up when people start drinking. we'll tell you about it right here on "good day philadelphia philadelphia". check your lottery numbers. you could be a million dollar check your lottery numbers. you could be a million dollar winner.
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♪ ♪ taking a look at the wilmington water front. see i have to stop my whining and all right every week we look into some silly science. this crazy thing that researchers are studying these days. this morning a study that people who like to party and drink you may not like this because it turns out, ha,
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there's a correlations between people drinking and people committing crimes. so once people can legally drink they tend to break the law more. right. who knew. of course, those things are usually things like less area salts, drivering while under the influence. increases in crimes like burglary, trespassing but there was increase in violent crimes like weapons relate assault, robbery or rain. it's actually i'm not going to make light of that that surprises me. but the concept of people having a lot to drink and then making poor decisions anybody shocked by that. >> shocked. right here i'm shocked i cannot believe. it it's funny when you talk about other crimes where you actually have to have flow and wits with you. the other ones he can -- the trespassing you stumble on to somebody else's porch. >> basically make wise decision and we all know that consumption of alcohol not in moderation will lead to some of those impaired decisions and
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poor choices. >> they talked about when you're 1 you turn legal drinking name theory don't have a lot of experience and then you start making bad decisions. >> i want to know how i get fund todd do a study on the obvious. >> i want -- you could have just called me and saved the research. hey, bill, do people make bad decision when's they're drunk. yep, study over. >> if you want you can follow me out of the bar 1:30 and we can knock that search out, that's fine. >> moving on. >> keeping with the theme walk into any liquor store or bar the beer choices are endless these days. right? but still some people are opting not buy at the store but to brew their own beer. the reasons so many folks are turning to home brewing. and plus he's a man on mission to meet 10,000 people. the reason he's doing it and where he hopes it takes him. and as always, we're tracking on social media. look at this we're tracking the vote.
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so your favorite fictional red head. little mermaid is running away with it. >> i love the read heads. >> i need jessica votes. >> you can vote go to social media, twitter, facebook, use #fox 29 mermaid, fox 29 jessica or fox 29 elmo and tell khus is your favorite fictional red head. i'm going to vote jessica right now as we go into the i'm going to vote jessica right now as we go into the commercial break
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when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p*á*á". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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>> as we play a little "let's get married" music look at that. it's a friend of show and city carli lloyd. got married. congratulations. she has #head over hollins does that mean she's carli hollins. everybody loves her. she's regularly on "good day". hopefully we can get her in soon. congratulations. >> time now to take you in focus. this may be one of the largest networking schemes we ever heard of from a man that said he is not looking for a job. rather bill roar explains he's on the hunt for 10,000 new friends. >> if i'm normal that is failure for me. >> rob lawless is on a missio mission. >> i should hit 500 people next week. >> when you walk through a person's life story.
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>> meet,000 people and spend one hour just getting know me. >> nice guy, man. >> rodney rice is 422nd person rob sglet i'm from south phill philly. >> or merion anderson rec center. rodney helps mentor and teach kids the art of boxing. >> we have kids here going through some things and school and everything else. and now they can't wait to get here. >> when the hour is up a picture and a post to instagram before his next meet-up. it's called rob's 10 k things and things picked up after he lost a sales job in june. >> i a lot of skills i learned or practiced through sales apply to what do i today. >> do you have a standard set of questions you on with. >> he hopes to meet with 25 people a week. rob and lxy pierce rs meeting over coffee. >> do you feel like you're dating. >> you can call it networking or getting know people. >> i worked for a cafe. >> building relationships for
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people aupped ro me. >> how long to reach 10,000. >> he's actually acting on something. he had an idea and he's going for it. >> starting with a quote which i tend to do most times now. >> he writes a few sentences to go with the picture. >> she worked at a paddle board shop and owner belly posted orphans christmas for all people without family in town. what i'm interested in is where a person is now. where they came from and the in between how they got there and i think really you get a sense of person's life story. >> the scope of people rob meets with is wide. >> these are new york people. these are la people. when i was in those cities. >> artists, photographs, ceos and former mayors. >> every person i talk to givers me a piece of knowledge i go forward with. >> this is our new studio where we dot q. >> i tack him on a tour of fox studio. >> way this plays out in my mind, is maybe along the road someone like a wrapped or something would like to sponsor it and grow the publicity of
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their brand as the publicity of my project grows. >> who knows where the project will lead. for now, though the direction he has chosen is happiness. >> i have not had a bad day since i've been meeting people. >> in philadelphia, number 4 449, bill rohr, fox 9 news. >> i have been 450. we could have upped his total. rob perhaps to take friend unit around the globe and hopes to finish in ten years or at least before he runs out of money. whichever comes first. you could hospital mize by having what. scott you could have been 452 we had a bunch of friends here at fox. >> let's talk about the weather at philadelphia international airport. it's dry. it's quiet. no weather related days. there's a bit of chill in the air. 4 degrees right now in philadelphia. winds are out of the west 5 miles an hour. but once you get outside of the city, look at the 30s.
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showing up on the map this morning, we're below freezing, millville 31. 37 right now in wild wood and 37 allentown and trenton waking up to temperatures right around 34 degrees. we'll move into parts of south jersey now. boardwalk, ac, 42. cape may point 4 2. camden 4 now and cinnamon son chilly 37. batchy frost out there and yes there's a chill. bundle up this morning and have shades because look at the sunshine on tap by lunch. 55 degrees, 61 by 3 this afternoon and average high for this time of year is right around 60. down the shore we're looking at 62, sunny and breezy. we'll probably stay upper 50s in the lehigh valley. and ultimate doppler high pressure that will be the dominant feature through the weekend and also into much of next week. it looks like we'll stay pretty dry and also seasonable for this time of year.
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now, for tonight, don't forget to fall back. we'll, of course, gain that hour of sleep. but look at the sunrise on sunday at 6:36 and sun sets ouch will sunset before 5:00 at 4:52. so if you head to meadowlands sunday temperatures for kickoff will be mid to upper 50s. not bad. just fall football weather. weather authority 7 day forecast showing low 60s for weekend and cooler on monday, highs top out in 50s and milde milder. we're talking 65 degrees on election day. back to you. >> sounds g thank you so much. scott, it's not bad i'm keeping a pods outlook on the warm and in three days it will all be over. you have a positive outlook on the election. it's finally upon us. this election cycle has it about stressing you out. tips to make it through this coming tuesday. keep confidence coming. we have funny ones about your favorite red head on national read head day. we saw wilma.
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you'll have know. everybody will get winter activities in. enjoy while it lasts. it's time to introduce our fox 9 am least of the week. this week, looks familiar. rob good morning, sir. >> good morning, good morning, morris town shis lucky to have emily fordham playing on their volleyball team. as you can see she packs a positive punch and has a positive attitude that traps lates on to the court. >> it's that adrenalin and just there's no greater feeling than being out on the court. >> the volleyball court at morris town high school at senior setting emily fordham told me. >> there's a lot to it than pumping, passing, hitting and despite what people think. >> as team captain emily says the trick is to keep the team feeling optimistic. >> she's so foreign the team not because best setter but because she has positiveen injury. >> to play negative and down on yourself you're never really going to succeed. >> emily's coach says taking
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the role as a team lead are she transformed the team's dynamic. >> it changed our game you know and it's taken the expectation for next year to a new level. because now the girls behind her seen you know what she's running offense. it's not coaches. she's doing it. >> in the off season she helps raise money for a charity called kennedy's cause named after a former morris town volleyball player known as malformation. >> it's a little piece of what helps them come to what they are. >> she's known kennedy and she helped teach other ins and outs of volleyball with older signaturener backyard. >> she would be like do this differently or did this differently and she taught me fundamentals and ground work to passing, setting, hitting. >> and kennedy is part of the reason you would be hard press todd find emily without a smil smile. >> her attitude and mentality is awesome to watch and inspired me to be the same way
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every day. >> one, two, three. >> morris town. >> you know the things i like most about these you always find great athletes bought they're great people as well. she's involved with charity work. >> she's always doing things with kennedy's cause and she has a positive vibe that really translates on to the court like i said and to learn more about kennedy's cause head to our web site, fox29.com. >> we'll make sure the link is up along with the story. great job as always, sir, we appreciate you and if you have someone you would like to nominate as high school athlete of the week you can tweet us or post it "fox29" facebook page. make sure you use the #fox29goodday. >> and keeping with the sport theme the sixers planning honor 1966,-67, 50th anniversary championship team. they're honored all season long. coming up, one person who played for the team and was copy championship team himself. he joins us live in studio to talk about the legacy and where the sixers are now and election
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day is almost pop us. how the presidential candidates are out and about trying to get every last vote they possibly can.
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>> injunction denied for now and that means step remains on strike that hour. where the parties stand and what could happen come election day. >> and the video is shocking and a parking lot becomes a parking lake. shoppers rescued by both a massive water main break in
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east falls and this is not the first time there's been a water main break even in that area. and both major presidential candidates note trod white house leads right through pennsylvania and how they're hoping to get out the vote in keystone state. >> our last hour of information and entertainment. welcome to hour two. we've about talking about national red head day throughout the morning. you talk about power five. >> power list of read heads here ready amy adams. she's amazing. and emma stone another amazing actress. heavy on the females i apologize. jessica chastain in zero dark 30 killed that role. and you got florence welsh florence and the machine. >> i don't know who that is. >> i saw her in concert a couple weeks ago vocals blew me away and carrot top not carrot
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top our boy carson wentz. get out of here with carrot open. that's a powerful list. >> the best you pulled out was pippy longstocking. >> i was trying to figure out red heads and you were talking about today was national red head day. so i will remember that. you remember that? >> i do. >> before we do weather i don't remember her name in wedding crashers, yes, kyla fi fibber thank you mike in the control room. there you go. >> when we're doing a poll this morning as well. we'll talk more about that coming up. fox 9. >> and let's talk about the weather bill was complaining earlier it was cold but it's typical for november. we are in november. temperatures right now in center city in the low 40s. but outside of the city we have a chill. temperatures are in the 30s. we'll show you the areawide temperatures coming up. 43 right now in center city and a lot of sunshine out there. so have the jackets this
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morning. but also have those shades. 31 degrees below freezing in millville. 34 in trenton. we have mid to low 30s once you move north and west and in fact we'll zoom in closer, 3 chilly right now in phoenixville and west chester waking up to 30. doylestown below freezing at 3 31. cold start. once again pretty seasonable afternoon. weather by the numbers. scale of 1 to 10 we'll give today a nine. planning your day. we'll take you hour by hour and looking at those temperatures this morning in the low 40s. by lunch mid 50s. by the afternoon high around 61 degrees. the weekend forecast, for toda today, once again, 61 in philadelphia and tomorrow 62 and but don't forget to fall back overnight tonight into sunday that entire weekend forecast it's coming up. >> hey good morning everybody looking to do something with the kids today. how about unity cup soccer at
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citizens bank park. the ballpark soccer free admission tonight 6:00 double bubble saturday hoops here at the wells fargo center, 'nova plays at noon and they cleared it out and sixers come back in at 7. so we'll be jumping in south philly this weekend. and then later on tonight, katy perry a free concert at the mann music center part of the campaign. doors on at 5:30 and heads up for monday, hot mess. we have the presidentsh, former president and woman that wants to be president all coming to town for the last day of the campaign on monday night. have yourself a great day. we'll see you back here bright and early tomorrow morning on "good day philadelphia weekend and early tomorrow morning on "good day philadelphia weekend weekend". >> thank you so much. fox news happening now. if you have weekend plans in the city don't plan on using septa. because the strike continues after a judge refuses to step in. our own jennaphr joyce joins us live from cher aton center cit city. both sides are trying to work it out. good morning, jennie. >> reporter: as you mentioned
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day five of negotiations are expected to resume at the downtown cher aton today. so far we know the strike inconvenienced roughly 400,000 riders and no end in sight. last night a judge ruled against septa request for injunction that would have forced 5,000 bus, subway and trolley operators back to work. septa officials pushed for legal action saying that the strike was causing an immediate danger to the safety and welfare of the riders and a judge said their case was not strong enough. both sides will be back in court on monday. >> we're not going to lie dow down. why we can't resolve this strike and watch passengers suffer. we're not going to do. it it's too important to get people who cannot get any other rides and can't afford ubers and lifts and got to get medical appointments. >> we recognize strikes are inconvenine and we recognize strikes cause people to endure conditions that frankly they would rather not endure and the
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union would rather they not endure but that is not a basis under pennsylvania law to grant an injunction. >> the union argues that with taxis, uber, lift car pooling and car rentals, there are transportation transportations for riders during the strike and septa argues a third of users have family income of 2 25,000 or less and they cannot afford those alternatives. the last septa strike was in 2009 that lasted 6 days and previous strikes have lasted up to several weeks. so again, we're currently on day five negotiations will resume today here at the cher aton downtown we'll keep you posted, bill. >> thank you so much, jennie, we know you will. >> one person is dead and two others hurt after fiery crash in bustle ton this morning. one of the cars veering out of control and slamming into a utility pole and then burst into flames killing the person inside. the collision happened on grant avenue near 16th street just
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after 2:00 and now 2 other people were trapped inside a second car that was severely mangled by impact. emergency crew he's to cut them out of the wreckage and both were taken to the hospital with broken bones. >> 8:06 investigators are trying to determine what sparked a house fire in the city's logan section. it started inside a two story row home on mentor street around 1:00. and firefighters quickly put out the flames before they could spread to the neighbors. luckily no one was home at the time. >> and a massive cleanup and repair in the wake of a major water main break in east falls. take a look at this video. it's amazing. looks look a natural disaster hit when the 48" pipe ruptured late yesterday afternoon and flooding stranded 75 people along 800 block of fox street. that's actually a parking lot. it's not a river or lake. crews used those inflatable boats to get people to dry ground. many were customers grocery shopping at the shoprite when she saw all the chaos.
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>> i noticed people were running and i turned to look and just saw water gushing. and i panicked. i didn't think. but i ran through the water and not thinking and my car is first car right here suv and it's just destroyed. water was gushing through it. >> as you can see there's a lot of property damage. fortunately no one was injured. officials are trying to determine what caused the break and believe it could simply be due to age. water department tells fox 9 the city main system is over 100 years old and in need of ongoing inspection and repair. >> a lot of soil added when this shopping center was built that's additional pressure on the pipe. pipes ol over 100 years old and every time we have a large transmission main break we to do the diagnostic. >> officials tell us that this area of east falls had three other water main breaks since just january of 2014. >> it's almost over. you decide political coverage
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now we're three days out from the presidential election and both candidates and sure grats pushing hard trying to win over undecided voters and get people to the polls. president obama continues to support democratic candidate hillary clinton on the campaign trail the commander-in-chief spoke at a rally in charlotte, north carolina where he amped up attacks on candidate donald trump where he says simply is unfit for office. >> and the fact that he has got then far, tells me that the degree to which our politics has become like a bad reality tv show. the president address the the crowd as they started arguing with protester telling them not to get distracted and repeating his plea, not to boo, just to vote. and donald trump continues his swing state campaigning in pennsylvania with a visit to hershey. trump criticized clinton for alleged corruption and also took a swipe because he says
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clinton needs celebrities to get people excited about her campaign. >> i hear we set a new record for this building. and by the way, i did not have to bring jay lo or jay-z the only way she gets anybody. i'm here all by myself. i am here all by myself. >> just me go guitar mean piano and no nothing. but you know what we do have and it's all of this and it's all the same we all have great ideas and great vision for our country. that's what we have. hillary clinton did have beyonce and jay-z they warmed up crowd at event in jose angel cota another battle ground state. that event took place last night and campaign event continue this weekend. tonight hillary clinton will appear with yet another super star katy perry will be at the mann center for performing arts and clinton will appear in philadelphia with her family
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and the first family and obamas and the one final campaign event before election day. >> and jury has finally reached a verdict in the bridge gate trial. both defendants guilty on all charges. and bridgeit kelly and bill baroni were both convicted of creating traffic jams george washington bridge in 2013. prosecutors say it was all for political retaliation. both defendants testified that they believe the lane closures were part of traffic study. that of course contradicted governor christie statement about when and what he knew about the cid lock. governor christie was never charged. both kelly and baroni deny any involvement but the prosecutors feel otherwise. >> i'm innocent of these charges. and i'm very, very looking forward to this appeal. >> i am enormously proud of the work that my office, the fbi and inspector general did on this case. >> there will be more questions of whether governor
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christie will have to come forward and answer questions as well. both defendants plan on appealing and sentencing is set for february. attention over local principal and police and how his students were treated by police officers. fox 9 was there i was there when both sides sat down to work things out and we'll show you how it all played out. plus, walk intoly liquor store or bar, your beer choices are endless. still, some people just prefer to brew it at home. for the reasons so many folks are turning to home brew. ♪ look at that, big foot sends us this sunrise in ventnor city. even as it is cold on the beach very nice picture. thank you for that. and from helen, prince harry gets her vote on national red head day. and our news director says we skipped right over her vote, annie, we're listening to, the
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sun will come out tomorrow♪ in honor of mary anne who is up and watching and keep voting for your favorite fictional red head. should we add annie, jessica rabbit is running away with. it #fox 9 mermaid #fox 29 jessica or #fox 29 elmo. make sure you get on twitter jessica or #fox 29 elmo. make sure you get on twitter and vote
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>> a local school principal was not happy with how police officers had been behaving towards his student. the police commissioner took time to come over to the school and talk things out. >> national charter store has tried hard to cover only what a dangerous neighborhood and history of over performing. and trying to make them feel safe. when the principal saw a situation and police were convicting to the problem he was moved to do something about it. >> police were here to make sure students were safe and started riding motorcycles on the pavement and on the sidewalk. and as well as other students felt anxious. >> that anxiety employed
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exchange between police and student with student allegedly being nut handcuffs for what principal cher eaveal meky said was having a smart mouth. he wanted to express his disappointment so he started with on letter to police. >> talking and interacting with students in the same manner you want someone ibt acting with your own daughters and sons regardless if they have smart mouths. you're the adult. you're the professional. have more noolz your tool kit besides weapons and aggression sqult the letter was powerful the principal didn't want to just vent but wanted to change things in community and for students. >> two days later surprisely we got a call from the police commissioner ross. >> whether your belief system is best defined as black lives matter, blue lives matter or all lives matter the reality is no lives will really matter until we talk to each other and not just about each other. >> folks. >> hi. >> how is everybody doing. >> cherreese does that and so
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does commissioner ross because when he heard of the letter and concern he made a point of coming to speak to the students of mastery charter. >> i'm happy to be here today. i like these kind of forums to have on dialogue. >> the discussion was passionate and type of on dialogue that can change thing things. >> we're having much more negative experiences than positive. >> we have to work together not only for the sake of safety but for humanity. >> you have to be willing to meet people where they are which is most important and show people that you understand their frustrations but you know we will work hard to make things better and that's what we're here for. >> all right. let's not sugar coat it today's message was not about the police levering or taking a hands offer approach it was about a principal and a police commissioner encouraging us to put aside our basis for our children's sake, our city sake, and for goodness sake. >> and of course, i was there. we want to continue to tell those stories for goodness sak sake. if you know someone in your community that deserves to be highlighted, spotlighted.
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doing good work accepted them to me. tweet them to me as bill a fox 9 or email anyway get them to us. scott as we look out i'll continue to push that message. i'm not whain ing any mores is seasonable, seasonably nice ou out. >> yeah, just wear that jacket and you'll be all right. especially this morning, bill, talking about temperatures in the 40s and 30s out there and by this afternoon upper 50s to low 60s and that's average for this time of year. as we look at temperatures though 43 right now in philadelphia. we have 31 below freezing in millville and mid 0s atlantic city and 3 right now in reading and mid 0s in the lehigh valle valley. where is weekend wendy headed this morning. she's going for the step out walk for diabetes american diabetes association having the 5 k run shortly this morning at about 8:0 and walk at 9:30 weather looking good. fall chill will be in the air. a lot of sunshine and have the jacket, sweaters. have those sunglasses too.
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by 9:00, mid 40s. by 11 we're looking at temperatures around 53 degrees and then by this afternoon, once again, the high right around 6. the average for this time of year in independent is 60. down the shore. sunny, breezy, 62. 57 in the lehigh valley. ultimate doppler is dry. it's quiet. it will stay that way. not only through the weekend but likely into much of next week. because high pressure it is going to be in full control and we get sinking air and that limits development of clouds. overnight tonight into sunday turn those clocks back one hour as daylight saving time end and you get that extra hour of sleep. look at the sunset for tomorro tomorrow. 4:52 f you're headed up the road to meadowlands tomorrow sunny skies, temperatures for game in the 50s. fly, eagles, fly. >> that 7 day forecast showing you low 60s today into sunday. cooler on monday and look at election day.
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we're talking temperatures topping out in mid 60s. we should stay dry through the 7 day forecast. veteran's day on friday looking good. and sun and clouds, temperatures in the low 60s. back over to you. thank you scott and that looks good. 60s across. we'll take it. in two days it will be upon us and in three days after you vote the election will be all over and the election cycle has it stressed you out. tips to make it through this coming tuesday. and happy birthday kris jenner keeping up with the kardsahians and kardsahian nonget a shout-out. happy 61. tilda twinton red head yes. one of the top read heads celebrating a birthday and another andrea mc cartle in fact the original annie when annie came out. she celebrates her 53 birthday today. so happy birthday check your lottery numbers and stay with so happy birthday check your lottery numbers and stay with us.
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only from fios. >> did you ever go shopping and spend more man than you planned. retailers have little tricks and secrets they use to separate you from your cash. here's a view and how you can separate you from your cash. here's a view and how you can fight back first you walk into the store you hear that soft music in the background. adele, not motley crew.
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that's because retailers know that soft music calms the shoppers. calm shoppers spend more money. be careful. next you go into the fitting room and try on the suit. looks good. you look a little longer and liener. that low cash diet must be working. not really. they're using special mirrors. don't be fooled. finally ever go into a store and feel like you need a gps to find your way around. that's not by accident. it's by design. stores purposely put in obstacles and all sorts of different things in your way. why, because slow shoppers spend more money. so here's what i want you to do to fight back. first always go to a store with a list. consumer science proves shoppers with a list spend less money than those that just drift around. next remember this, cold cash. consumers who use credit cards spend 18% more than consumers
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that use cash. leave plastic at home and bring paper. and finally, go solo. that's because 64% of consumers say they spend more money when they're shopping with a friend. this is one activity you want to do alone. so there you have it. you're shopping alone and wearing headphones and looking at gps reading your list. you may look a little weird, but you'll safe a lot of money. i'm cashing out. ♪ i'm trying to find my man card so i can put it on the table right now. can i explain this next story. here's a question for you lad ladies are you wearing your perfume wrong. apparently if you ask an expert the answer is yes. those experts say you should apply perfume to your belly button the reason it's a pulse point. it helps to radiate the scent of your fragrance. >> that's interesting the body heat coming from the pulse point on your belly button as well as the little indent
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provides the perfect place for perfume. other points to spray fragrance of course include knees, elbows and feet. interesting. >> okay. so week tackle this from male perspective. >> yeah. >> does it matter where your fiancee now sprays the perfume. >> no, i mean my question is day it's perfume why not colon doesn't it work the same way for us. >> you want to talk about you spraying colo goode ne on your pulse points. >> i'm a two squirt guy wrist. >> wrist and neck typical pulse point. >> we have way more information than i expectd how good colo goode ne smell. >> fyi go oil. >> my fiancee makes me spray it outside the bedroom. >> that's messed up. >> she's not respecting the pulse point. >> that's what i'm saying. >> it's a little spicy. >> i have to take my man card that we survived that. sixers get back to sports.
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they honor 1966, 67 championship team the sixers all week long. coming up, one member of of the team joins us live in the studio to talk about legacy and talk about where the sixers are now and where they're going. and social media keeps coming up in. thank you for this. it was not a birthday celebration for zach but he had a great time at the or. ard. let's take a pulse. >> 50% now for jessica robit. aerial, little mermaid 50% and elmo picking up at 20%. >> people continue to tweet us on national red head day their picks for real red heads, prince harry, lucille ball and several tweets. prince harry, lucille ball and several tweets. keep them coming
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i approve this message. donald trump: 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 f--- themselves!
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you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of r wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!" >> taking a look at the airport looks like "good day". scott williams people may be escaping. time to go out there and chilly morning going to get nicer. it's better in miami.
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maybe you hit the road and head to the airport and go chill for a little bit. >> and beautiful right now, bill, we're looking at temperatures. it's kind of chilly out there to start, 31 millville right now. we have mid 30s in atlantic city and 4 3 right now in philadelphia and once you move north and west jackets and sweaters and early this morning temperatures by this afternoon and right around average in the upper 50s to near 60. we have 43 boardwalk in atlantic city and 43 camden and upper 30s right now in cinnamon son. so planning day. hour by hour, temperatures this morning once again, kind of chilly, but by lunch into the mid 50s by the afternoon. 3:00, 61 degrees. so, beautiful by this afternoon. a lot of sunshine. but, tonight, we fall back and we get that extra hour of slee sleep. surprised's high 62. and we're talking about the sunset tomorrow at 4:52 and only 19 days though until
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thanksgiving. back over to you. scott, i'm going old school. i remember when i was younger we had season tickets at the spectrum and what did we say, one, two, three, four, five, sixers even if they started the season struggle ago i little bit. there's excitement around the sixers we have not seen in years. there's okafor and embib and they represent our future and this team is also celebrating sixer's history. for six saturdays this season they will celebrate the 50th anniversary of championship teams from '66 and '67 and helping to celebrate today player for played for a coach who played for the team and also won a championship himself clint richardson. >> good morning, gentlemen. >> every good. >> i'm in seattle. >> it's early. >> i am used to it so i probably made this trip 400 times. >> traveling day. >> yeah i have from seattle to philadelphia. so i got that flight down pretty well. >> we appreciate you being
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here. how excited are you? i mean you played for the team at a time the city shut down for the sixers. how excited are you seeing it kind of coming back? >> they got work to do. but they brought in some great, great upper management people and some advisors and so i see it headed in the right direction. it is going to be exciting. >> let's talk about joel embib you want to talk about the 76ers you have to go right to the big man. some are talking about patrick ewing and what are you seeing with joel embib. >> tonight will be the first time i've seen him. i have not seen him play. i have been reading about what he's been doing. he's a big man. especially because kobe and i last november he and i were sitting in the back talking and he walked by kobe and i and it was like eclipse came by us and everything. >> ledge sglit i couldn't believe it and kobe and i lawvd
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a little i said that's a big man. >> and athletic, too. >> talk about the season we're celebrating the history of the sixers. 50 years ago, your coach, billy cunningham was winning championships. you guys then won. tell us about the celebration of sixers history and what it means? >> well i mean, i was thinking about that coming in. and just the great tradition of players and you know this is still one of the elite franchises in the nba and in spite of what's been going on it's still considered one of the better franchises in the nba and we having played for billy for six years, which he's a man of perfection, and i remember him in la, i remember we were talk joking about it when he said if you win this, because we could have won it back here. but we decided that we wanted to win it in los angeles and he said you guys this will be history and this will be something with you for the rest of your lives. we joked around and said yeah,
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whatever, billy's speeches but it's come true. it's been a long time. >> they're going to come down we want everyone to come down tonight and see the game. we'll step operate billy cunningham and you and maybe we'll you have come back, they have a line celebrating you guys. >> we were kicking that off a few months ago. it's interesting. >> you come back and drink wine with us. >> i don't drink but my wife has been hoarding it. [ laughter ]. >> she has? >> she said is you are going to give it all away? >> i said i'm going to give fw it away. i said what are you hoarding it now? that was a fun events. >> we look forward to more. good to see you, sir, celebrating sixers excellence. stay with us and we'll be right celebrating sixers excellence. stay with us and we'll be right back pat toomey and donald trump both would defund planned parenthood, and criminalize women's right to choose.
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priorities usa action is responsible ♪ >> then he saw her face♪ now i'm a believer♪ not a trace. >> looking good out there. looks good, scott, you talked it into good warm. you had me widened and our focus is improving. >> typical november afternoon. chilly start. seasonable afternoon highs around 60 or so. >> we'll take it. >> all right i don't know if this will get us in trouble it all depends on responsement here's a question. is it possible to be too old toll wear jeans. so according to a new survey
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people say the average rage you should stop wearing jeans is 5. younger people think you should give them up long before that. people between 18 and 24 in the survey say that women should not put on another pair of jeans after they turn 37. >> come on already. wow. >> what else did they say shaw shawn. >> men can get away with them until 40. survey also found people wear jeans and five times before they wash them. that's a little much. >> that's a little stinky depending whoon you're doing in the jeans. 27 and women can't we're jeans anymore. >> these surveys and polls you took away cargo shorts from me last cher and you're not taking away my jeans. >> must not be married or in a relationship you would not say that if you were going home to somebody wearing jeans. >> if you can find jeans that actually fit. no matter what age you are wear them. because i mean i sometimes have trouble finding jeans.
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if you can find jeans that fit wear them, whatever age, and as long as you're comfortable in them as well. >> i think the man jean if it doesn't fit well is what looks more like dads. >> yeah. >> the dad jean. >> look right into this camer camera, you feel what you feel comfortable with ladies we like new jeans at any age. >> and that brings us to this morning's instant reaction poll. you can be too old to wear jeans. let us know your thought. any of our social media channels, facebook, twitter, you can send us a video and express yourself and we'll put it on the show. just use #fox 9goodday. >> i'll be like jean un and start sinning, in those jeans♪ the election is finally upon us. has the election stressed you out. coming up, tips to make it through this coming tuesday. >> three days. >> hanging in there. all right. what do we got. >> speaking of hanging in
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there. fox 9 we got the favorite fictional red head poll happening here and looks like jessica rab sit still on top and for a good reason. >> she's running away. >> are you on board now. you were aerial to begin with this. >> no, i was not. >> are you on board with jessica. >> yes. >> and it's rigged. >> yes. >> and it's rigged. >> we'll be dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof.
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>> and this looks good. the people are up here enjoying the day. the traffic is light why? because they're still inside watching ""good day philadelphia"" about 9 when you flood out and watch the show you may have traffic. pay attention to it. time for you decide political news right now. it's almost time to cast your vote. and psychologists say the tone this campaign is affecting every aspect of the lives of more and more of their patients. fox's laura epingle explains how to handle stress ors you may feel from messages on the campaign trail. for many of us, the end of the presidential race cannot come soon enough. the bitter exchange between the two major candidates is causing a ripple effect with many headed to psychologists saying the stress of this election is getting to them. >> there's a lot of fear that is involved in the political
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process and it's been going on for better part of the last two years. so this process is envokeing a lot of fear and a lot of irritability that is masking a lot of anxiety and powe powerlessness. >> reporter: psychologists coined the term election stress disorder and this type of fatigue is hardly new and not even uniquely american, it can cause trouble if you let it. >> the poll arizeing figures we're dealing with will affect stress centers of our brain specifically limbic system of our brain the emotional center. that really affects chemistry and physiology. >> they did do a study they found one in four americans feel less productive at work because of the political discussions that are happening in the workplace. >> reporter: a recent american psychological association survey found 52% after dults are stressing over the election no matter what their party affiliation is. >> anxiety is running high, emotions are very intense.
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and certain going to be looking to see what happens in this election. >> reporter: experts say before you get in bitter battle over who to vote for you may want to try to keep calm by putting distance between you and political discussion. >> get away from social media and some of the media that's bombarding our emotions and causing us to be stressed out. other thing is unwind. spend time you know provide time for yourself. go take a break. get a message. go have a good laugh. go to a movie. >> finally, remember after your vote is cast, there is a reason why our electoral process has lasted so long. >> the democratic political process has been going on forever. it will come and it will go. you might not like the outcome. but over time, you need to feel that we are making gains and we are moving forward collectively as a country. >> experts say if you feel you're getting too heated over a political discussion try taking a good look at why the
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campaign is angering you. this may lead to a personal break through and how you manage conflict. in new york, laura engel, fox news. thank you so much, laura, so we're dealing with stress. we're handling it as it relates to politics. scott, it would be great if we had nice weather headed to election day. >> we'll have nice weather not only through the weekend but but nuch much of next week. if are you stressed out get outdoors and take a walk and enjoy fall foliage. it will be a nice weekend. as far as what is happening now. center city a lot of sunshine out there on this saturday morning. we're looking at chilly start, though, we have a 43 right now in philadelphia and but 30s once we get to the suburbs and parts of south jersey, millville, 30, chilly, 34 pottstown and mid 30s in the lehigh valley. and winds relatively light to calm right now and millville and pottstown and we have winds generally west southwest 8 miles an hour in philadelphia.
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and chilly start for seasonable afternoon and high temperatures center city, 61. 62 down the shore and mid to upper 50s in the lehigh valley. and so high pressure that will be our dominant weather feature for much of the week headed towards election day. high pressure in the east coast also out west and maybe some showers through parts of the midwest and also along the gulf coast. for us on election day we're looking at mild companies, chilly start. but look at the 60s on election day for high temperatures. philadelphia should top out around 65. likewise in trenton and atlantic city upper 50s in poconos. dry conditions on tuesday. get out and vote. kickoff forecast if you head up the road to meadowlands tomorrow. eagles taking on the new york giant. we're looking at temperatures by kickoff in the 50s. winds kind of breezy out of norm, northwest. weather authority 7 day forecast showing you the nice weekend and guess what it's fall back. overnight tonight into tomorrow
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get that extra hour of sleep. temperatures tomorrow in the low 60s and by monday we're looking at slightly cooler numbers topping out in the 50s and then there's that mild election day, 65 degrees. low 60s wednesday, thursday, and veterans day friday looking good. but, also, it's a dry 7 day forecast now. we actually need the rainfall, parts of the area dealing with that drought conditions and we're looking at about 5 to 10" below what it should be for the year. looks like this pattern could be locked in a couple weeks. >> what i took from that aside from great weather, scott, 65 election day you have no excuse. get out there and vote. make sure your voice is heard. and we're getting comments about the jeans. michelle says quit policing people what they choose to wear they can wear jean as long as they like and feel comfortable and we agree. >> that's what i'm talking about. >> that's what we said. >> how about this one chef don depends on style. xwaingy jeans with underwear
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heavilying and skinny jeans maybe. >> and simply put at any age it's more important how to wear jeans not they should wear jeans. >> i think they're valid points. we appreciate that. got all that information. essentially you wear your jean jeans. >> whatever you're comfortable in. >> do your thing. >> we have a new study looks at fattest states in america. good news, we're not among the them. >> how about that? >> let's see is there national map. there it is compiled by wallet hub the darker the state the fatter it s rankings were based on things like population that is over rate and rate of sugary beverage consumption and access to healthy food. here's where we stand. where are we? >> we stand delaware is considered 11th fattest state and pennsylvania is in the middle at 29th fattest and new jersey is actually 47 fattest. more optimistically third fa fattest how about that? >> we're normally labeled at
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the top of that list with cheesesteaks and all the things we like. i'll take middle of the pack. >> sounds good and i think maybe because in our area we have a lot of trails and people do a lot of things outdoors. kind of keeping things pretty good for us. now i saw on that map looks like colorado and utah were thinnest. >> well colorado legalizeed marijuana right? >> which is surprising. >> and south thick blue. you know that's fried side of things. waffle houses. >> check it out. >> we'll be rights back. >> check it out. >> we'll be rights back. stay tuned.
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>> taking a look out at the art museum as we continue on and what scott proms will start chilly and turn into a beautiful day. it's saturday. it's a perfect beautiful day. it's nasal home brew day we're finding out. so what better to do than talk about how we can make beer for you and enjoy your saturday. let take a minute to make it. we'll show you how. we have tim, we have jessica. and we have actually do the whole home brewing but all the equipment the to show us. good morning to both. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> thank for having us. >> absolutely. >> walk us through the proces process. we see a lot of things going on here. we can make our own beer. is it super complicated
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not at all complicated. >> a lot of people say if you can make mac and cheese on your stove you can make beer. >> it's got to be harder than that. >> this is dangerous stuff i have to ask that. you want to do this in your garage, anything to fear. >> maybe a little bit of overflow i mean bottle have been known to explode. once you get the hand on it it's you know well worth the risk because you'll have your own beer. >> so we see some of the stuff you bottle. so show us tell us what we have here and how the whole process would work. >> sure let's move from one end to the other. >> basically you start here your mash ton where you are going to add grains and get grains to right temperature to get the perfect mixture of fermentable sugars that you add to your kettle. >> and then the kettle comes in. >> and in the kettle you bring your work, non fer meanted beer to a boil and it cleans everything and you start adding hops the lovely smelling green flour.
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>> what are you doing. >> what are we doing here. >> when can we get to this part. >> as soon as done boiling put down and put in yeast that takes the sugar you made in mash ton into alcohol and co 2 you put into nice sanitized car boy this boy has an air lock let's co 2 come out without blowing it up. >> would you do it. >> absolutely. >> i know you would drink it would you make it? >> of course i would like to do that as well. but i want to drink it though. >> how much does all this cost if you decided you want to put together your own kit. >> there's a pretty easy starter kit you can start with small kettle and malt extract you don't need to start with mash ton you get the process into a pre made you need pole and ferment. >> let's crack beers. >> what do we have here. what you have made for us what's this one? >> american pale ale. >> you made this together. >> actually tim made this.
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>> he made you this batch. >> i'm a beer connoisseur i don't know if i have that liquor not. >> you do. >> no, man, come on we have glasses we're classily organization here. >> that's good you're right. >> that's good right there. >> and all right what's the second one. >> second one is blueberry honey. >> it's a stronger beer. >> fairly easy to go to sideer or immediate you go to apple juice, honey, yeast and you have a delicious alcoholic beverage. >> that says 13% on it. >> yes. a lot of sugar and honey. >> let's dish it noo out into glasses. >> is there a web site or something if people want more information. >> we're part of the philadelphia home brew club go to philly hbc.org and find out about meeting, trips, classes, and it's a great resource. we're actually, our group, we're nationally known. >> let's quick sample it.
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