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we wrap it all up and look ahead to tuesday. plus septa remains on strike, what union officials are now saying about the work stoppage that is inconviencing thousands of people across the region. and it is an eagles game day. here on fox 29. the birds and the giants at 1:00 p.m. show us your eagles pride. 2016, good day. >> from the fox it the studio. this is good day philadelphia weekend. >> and it is a good day. a good sunday morning to you. a very happy you started your day with us, i'm bill anderson. sean brace, good morning, sir. gentlemen, you know what today
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is? what's snowed. >> game day. >> that's right, eagles and giants shall more on that a little later. >> scott williams, good morning, sir. >> everyone rest from the hour of sleep? >> no, stayed up an hour late. crazy how that works. you agree is exciting? look, it is light outside already. >> i give it a ten today because we're looking at sunshine, looking at nice day ahead for your sunday, live look right now, center city skyline, beautiful sunrise across the area on this sunday morning. and guess what? temperatures are not that bad either. right now, it is 51, in philadelphia, great visibility, winds, west northwest, at about 10 miles per hour. so, weather by the numbers on scale of one to ten, we will give it perfect ten for your sunday. look at the temperatures right now, not as cold as the same time yesterday. millville at 47. fifty right now in atlantic city 45, in dover. fifty in the lehigh valley. by 8:00, cloe 50's, by noon already up to 60, 62 degrees,
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afternoon high temperature, but look at the sunset, yes, because of the time change, 4:53, by dinner, temperatures will drop to around 54 degrees. so coming up, we will talk about the seasonable high temperatures dry stretch of weather. now here is a look at the sunday traffic. >> good sunday morning, everybody, down in south philadelphia, flyers wives carnival, tradition here, in philadelphia, doors open at 1:30, taken over the wells fargo center there in south philadelphia. and then, tomorrow, be ready. heads up. we got the president, the former president, the woman who would like to be president, all coming to our town, all of the details on the spot, how to get around it when we see you bright and early tomorrow morning, starting at 4:00. >> thank you, so much, bob. he talks about it, it is just days away.
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you decide election coverage, just two days away from our country's next presidential election, hillary clinton and donald trump, are doing all they can to make a mark on voters, clinton putting a lot of effort here in the battlegrounds state of pennsylvania, tomorrow the democratic nominee bringing our current president, barack obama to drum up more support. jennifer joyce live on independence mall this morning with the details, jenny, it will be an exciting and crowded day tomorrow. >> reporter: yes very both exciting and crowded, so much activity happening here in philadelphia, leading up to the election, on tuesday. last night, it was katy perry in fairmount park, and tomorrow, as we said, hillary clinton, barack obama and michelle, chelsey clinton will be here at independence mall for some final stomping on this hotly contrast dollars trail f political power houses, to star power. katy perry rocked fairmount park last night, with a
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concert at the man center. perry's concert was an attempt to rally voters into the final stretch to clues the-kane ticket on tuesday. with it kay perry the democratic presidential nominee herself, hillary clinton in the house, for a light hearted fun, yet focused visit pushing pennsylvania to the polls. >> we are all working our hearts out in the final sprint of this election, and we need your help. >> they had me with hillary. then they got me here for katie. >> clinton is getting comfy in philadelphia with another big event in town tomorrow night, independence mall will mark the spot of clinton's final public event to push people to vote her into office, unlike last night, on monday, clinton is expected to explain why she deserves your vote over opponent, donald trump, president obama is expected to
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explain how trump would be a danger in the white house, on the next that he's unfit to serve as president. so, doors will open tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. the event starts at 7:30, with a special musical guest, jon bon jovi set to perform, all eyes will be on philadelphia, leading up to the election on tuesday. bill? >> sounds good, jenny, we know you'll keep us inform, thank you. on the republican side, presidential candidate, donald trump, returned off stage by secret service, during a rally in nevada yesterday. officials say the republican nominee was quickly taken off stage as you see, at reno convention center after someone shouted gun, causing a commotion while trump was actually speaking, source told fox news someone in the crowd saw another attends owe reach around his back toward his waistband. trump returned to speak a short time later. and had this to say about the incident, secret service said that one person was apprehended, and no weapon was found after a search today.
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>> trump will rally in allegany county, also said to speak in scranton tomorrow. people were partying in the park, secret service and homeland security were working with the police after someone stole laptops belonging to hillary clinton's staff workers. it happened last night, in northern liberties, 100 block of brown street. police say four men, park their car to get a bite to eat. when they got back, their window was broken, and three laptops were missing. the computers may have contained scheduling information for the clinton campaign. detective are looking at surveillance video in the area for more clues. back here locally, at home, in old city, rally was held in support of third party candidate jill stein. the green party presidential nominee, and runningmate, spoke at the friends meeting house down the street. the campaign says it is hoping to provide an alternative to the major party candidate. the libertarian candidate johnson also on the campaign trail in chicago. 7:06 this morning.
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vice president joe biden and his wife, jill, made a couple of stops in pennsylvania, as well, hoping to get support for hillary clinton and candidate for u.s. senate katie mcginty. this morning, in mifflin, the vice president addressed united steel workers, followed by local event in bristol township, where mcginty energized voters yesterday. but, our mission is urgent. it is urgent. you think about it, what's on your heart, your mind, you think about the issues, you care about, and those issues are urgent. it is urgent that anybody who puts in a hard day's work gets decent pay. and we have to fight to raise the minimum wage. >> mcginty then made her way back to here to philadelphia, and joined katy perry on the concert. >> senator pat toomey symptomming in montgomery county, arkansas senator tom cotton joined toomey during a rally at wings field in blue bell. the republican incumbent told voters about his plan to improve both pennsylvania, and
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the country, and he took some shot at his rival, katie mcginty. >> she's in favor of double down on all of the failed policies, holding us back. she's a big fan of obamacare. she thinks that government just needs more power over your healthcare decisions. she's never seen, never seen tax increase she didn't love. >> and as you saw, actually there is week on good day philadelphia, senator toomey still will not say if he's going vote for donald trump on election day. >> election night we will be your place to be for coverage. it begins at 5:00 p.m. we are live on the air until 7:00 then the fox news team joins us at 7:00 with updates on your local races throughout the evening. and we're back live for "fox 29 news" at 10:00 and 11:00 and of course, we'll have full coverage of everything politics on line fox29.com. take a look what's coming up this morning, little bit later, on fox news sunday.
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this week on fox news sunday, after more than a year of a polarizing campaign, america chooses. we'll have the latest on the polls, live reports from the trail, and interviews with both campaigns. first, the republican vice presidential nominee, governor mike pence, then hillary clinton's chief strategist, joel benson, then ask our panel about early voting and the impact of the fbi's renewed investigation. all this week on fox news sunday. and now to the latest on the septa strike, as we enter day six, talks between septa's management and the union continued at the sheraton after judge turned down septa's attempt to force workers back on the job. people living throughout the city remain frustrated while septa's buses, trains, and trolleys, remain at a stand still. one woman says it takes her three hours to walk home from work. some take cabs, taxi drivers say they're actually making less money during the strike
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as more people use their personal cars, one woman believes that people are starting to get used to not having septa. >> people have learned to take different roads, kids are get to go school better. >> praying to god the strike is over as soon as possible. >> the president of the union that represents those septa workers on strike release the statement saying in part and i quote two years ago septa said they would create a more ex quit recall pension system. they did the opposite. the public needs to understanded that we won't tighten our belts while they raid the cookie jar. >> and make sure to stay with fox 29 on air and on line at fox29.com for the latest on the strike negotiations. coming up: a world fueled with no luck. these folks usually hide out in basement, keeping to themselves, but we're going inside the world of model trains, finds out this may be the hobby that you want your husband and whom ever to pick
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up. check it out. plus with the holidays fast approaching, a lot of children are starting to dream about new toys. so how do you figure out the hottest gadget while keeping your kids safe, coming up, what you need to nope, while choosing the perfect gift. and gentlemen, this tension in this election, trying to get people to focus on things that make them happy. sends us a thing that makes you happy. >> oh, that's easy, on the beach. >> the site of the ocean, thinking about what's underneath the water, sharks, pictures of the beach. >> scott? >> good food, good company, and great weather. >> see, easy stuff. you get it. we want to see what makes you happy. let's turn all of the tension into something positive. tell us something good. tweet it us to us, use the #fox29goodday. we'll be right back. i approve this message.
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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! 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!"
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>> 7:14, good morning, welcome back, what we're showing you right now, looks very clear. looks very quiet. that's because it is. it is right outside of our station, going up and down market street. we're showing this shot, because, the parking authority and everyone who is involved with securing the area for tomorrow's appearance of hillary clinton and president obama, they are taking cars off the street. so do we just want to let you know if you happen to be parked in this area, up and down market street, around old city, make sure you check the sign. make sure you are parked legally. they are out right now.
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we just watched them tow three, four cars from right in front of the building, they're doing it very quickly. we don't want you to get caught. so make sure to go out there, check it out, make sure you're parked legally. continuing to update you on everything here, firefighters say that three people are recovering in the hospital this morning after being trapped in a house fire around 3:00, crews were called to this home on the 2600 block of man ton street in kings village. three people rescued with severe smoke inhalation, fire was put under control in about 20 minutes. and police say, that all three victims are in stable condition. our investigators are still looking into the cause of that fire. you remember the controversy, seventh street, the singer who wanted to sing the national anthem, denied. the sixers have decided on date to allow r&b singer sevn to come back and sing the national anthem to perform in december. last month streeter pulled by the team at the last minute, told that she couldn't sing the national anthem, if she wore a jersey with the word we
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matter on it. you've seen that jersey, from her stain gram page. sixers ended up and apologize g after a lot of backlash on social media. they invited seven back. now december 16th she can perform and she can wear that same we matter jersey. and she says that she will. some store that's make us say only in philadelphia. and this week, our bruce gordon had trouble picking just one, a lot of stories that say only in philly. so he breaks down a litany of store that's can happen where, only here, in philadelphia. >> high, i'm bruce gordon. each week i sit down and think about the events of the past seven days that make philadelphia unique. the crazy, bizarre, you've got to be kidding moment, that make me shake my head and say only in philly. this week, our civic cup of chaos runneth over, so much mayhem from which to choose. there was philly.com's report on sunday night brawl at the
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iconic melrose diner. which ended according to the report with two drunk women grabbing an employee, one of them shouting i'm going to stab everyone. there was a tuesday morning arrest of philadelphia eagles wide receiver josh huff. nabbed on the new jersey side of the walt whitman bridge for speeding. and marijuana possession, and dui, and overly tinted windows. oh, ya, there was one other offense, a weapons charge. seems the handgun in huff's vehicle, along with half dozen hollow point bullets, was permit in the texas, but not in the garden state. just to be clear, huff lives in new jersey but was apparently blissfully unaware of that state's tough gun laws. eagles top brass decided being a mediocre receiver and stupid made huff expendible. but the win they are week, well, that's got to be septa. the transit agency was hit just after midnight monday with it tenth labor strike
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since 1977. that's the most work stoppages of any transit agency in america over that period. we're number one. we're number one. >> remember all this summer, defect in train cars caused havoc with the regional rail schedule. inconviencing tens of thousands of commuters, just as that headache eased, more chaos. in fairness, this is a twu local 234 strike. it doesn't affect regional rail. except that it did briefly when picketers blocked train stations during the tuesday afternoon rush. we can argue all day over which side is being unreasonable, the union or management, but when work stoppages come along more often than a clean, un timed bus, maybe both sides need a kick in the shorts. >> so to review, this week brought us boxing night at the diner, a pro athlete who seems to think speed, weed and a gun are the only way to travel, and a transit agency whose
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motto ought to be: when we walk, you walk. like i said, an embarrassment of riches. only in philly. >> and bruce makes it plane as only he can. taking a look at the ben franklin bridge, we're showing you, again, keeping you informed of everything that's going on in our area, in about ten minute, that bridge is going to close for two hours, 7:30 until 9:30, there is a run, raising money for charity, for school, for children with physical and emotional challenges, so we want to let you know the ben franklin bridge closing at 7:30, so make sure you make alternate plans. with that being said, scott, looks like beautiful day for that run at least. >> absolutely great weather for morning run, on this sunday, bill, live look right now at the center city skyline, a lot of sunshine, temperatures are actually not that bad this morning, either. but, looking ahead, election day countdown, just two days. thanksgiving, turkey day, 18 days away, and look at that
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christmas only 49 days away, so, of course, 2016 it is flying by. let's talk about those numbers right now, looking at 50 in dover, upper 40's, pottstown, this morning, and 51 currently in trenton, 56 degrees, that's the warm spot right now, in parts of wildwood, cape may county, low 50's, along the board walk, we have 52 in cinnaminson along with camden, weekend wendy will head to the flyers wives carnival, celebrating 40 years, 1:30 to 6:00 p.m. down at the wells fargo complex t event for the entire family. it will be a lot of sunshine out there, and temperatures are going to be pleasant, as well. as far as area wide, looking at 62, center city, low 60s down the shore, sunny, breezy, beautiful in the lehigh valley, high right around 60, maybe headed up the road to the meadowlands, looking at beautiful football weather, as the birds take on the giants, kick off temperatures right around 58 degrees. high pressure, that's been dominating our weather for the
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weekends, it will continue to do so into early next week. look at election day, much of the nation will be dry. maybe some showers, along the gulf coast, but for our area, look at the temperatures on election day, we are talking 66, in philadelphia, mid 60s, in the lehigh valley, beautiful weather. that seven day forecast shows little cooler for tomorrow, 50's, but all-in-all, it looks pretty nice for the next seven days. back over to you. >> thank you, so much, scott. it does, i'll always take weather like that. all right, maybe a touchy subject. a one-night stands, typically isn't the way people want to ends a relationship, or i guess quality people, but face it, it happens. so a lot of people guilty about it. turning it depends on who you ask. another battle of the sections dating edition coming up. be sure to stay here. here are your winning lottery numbers. good luck, you could be an instant million air. that will would be cool. stay tuned.
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the sixers are still searching for their first win of the season, they welcome the undefeated defending champions, the cleveland cavaliers to town last night, and what would be labron james first chance to see embiid in action. my guess after last night's game, the king was impressed. the wells fargo center we go. great game to be at, how about
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little history, people? embiid pass gets stolen, takes it to the rack, ten all time on the scoring list right there. i'm sure he has a ways to go. fourth quarter sixers up by two, little more than minute to go. labron ditches to fry, he hits for three, here we go, final second. account sixers get the first win of the season? henderson drives. and he strips. no call. no foul. they try to get the ball to embiid. calves escape 102-101. one steel, four blocks, 25 minutes, we got something there, folks. all right. how about some ice? how about some who canny? after sluggish start to the flyers season, orange and black have bounced back in a major way by winning their last three straight games. last night the flyers headed north of the border, looking to keep the streak going in montreal. flyers and canadiens, flyers down by two, on four minute play, bore check finds captain claude giroux, shoots, scores, credits to wayne
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simmons right therefore little traffic on the goalie. still on the same power play. and the canadiens catch a huge break. look at that, just off the glass. oh, tough one right there. flyers lose a close one, five to four. local college football action, penn state ranked 12th in the latest playoff ranking. all right? how about that? you got to like. that will winners of the last four games, looking to continue their hot streak last night, hosting the hawk eyes, to happy valley we go, penn state undefeated at home this season, second quarter penn state up seven to nothing, and barkley says see you later. 57-yard touchdown run. takes it to the house. barkley in the heisman discussion, people, fourth quarter, penn state up 27 to seven. penn state quarterback finds barkley again in the flat. he gone. penn state in a blow out. forty-one to 14. fifth straight victory for the nittany lions, but bill. >> what's that? >> he's on. >> he's on.
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>> but bill? everything but the eagles and giants, they win today, we touched on it yesterday, eagles need this game if they want to win the nfc east. eagles are better team than the giants. >> i'm not the sports analyst, i'll leave that to you. i think they're a better team than giants. i think they come out ready to go, ready to play. >> yes. >> going to be tough one, though. this has been rough election season. are you tired of stressing about the election? tired of fighting with loved ones about the candidates? a safe place to get things off your chest, and only a cab ride away. we'll tell but it. >> this is pj max down here in swedesboro. you can see this, all kind of other ones across the garden state, in just a couple of weeks, i'll show you how if just a few minutes. i approve this message.
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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! 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!"
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>> there is the muse take makes people feel good. we want you to tell us what makes you feel good. avoid all of this political stress. table ago look at the airport, make vacation, makes you feel good. scott, even if you are staying here, not too bad. >> yes, so you have a staycation around the delaware vale, waking to up temperatures in the 40's, to around 50 degrees by this afternoon, temperatures in the low 60s, and yes, dry, seasonable, comfortable and a lot of sunshine, as that high pressure, we've been talking
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about, continues to dominate the weather pattern, we get that clockwise flow, the singing air, that limit the clouds. beautiful day on tap. we have 50 degrees right now, atlantic city, a one in trenton, 51 in philadelphia. look at the lie high valley, allentown checking in at 50 degrees. so as we take you hour by hour, low 50's around breakfast, by brunch, 60 degrees already. sixty-two for the afternoon high. the sun will set this evening right around 4:53 because of the time change. it is clear, chilly tonight, likely right around freezing or just few degrees below that in the suburbs, 40 degrees, in the city. and that election day forecast is going to show temperatures are going to top out in the mid 60s, by the afternoon, by noon, up ear's, 63 at 5:00 with the high temperature on election day, of 63 degrees. so weather authority seven day forecast shows temperatures tomorrow a tad cooler only in the 50's, but then, we surge right around 66, on election day, partly sunny wednesday, low 60s, and then maybe a
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spotty shower by friday, next saturday, though, it turns cooler with highs only around 50 degrees. back over to you. >> thank you very much, scott. now, model railroad lovers are known to hide away in their basements, content to create entire towns around their track layout for just a few friends to see. but some of the areas finest models will be throwing their doors open so you can see their work, fox 29's hang flynn visit to find out how and when. >> ♪ i've been working on the railroad ♪ all live long day ♪ >> they'll put now sing kind of mood these model railroad masterpieces, stashed away in garden state basements. there is dock patty's wing food and western railroad over in audubon. >> why the winged foot? well, the winged foot is the logo for my profession.
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>> okay, sure. >> podiatry has a winged foot. okay? as you can see here, the winged foot. yes? wing foot. look at that. really is. custom railroad. >> sure, dock, the retired foot doctor, was kind enough to pull back the mrs. i can for a quick peak at his railroad the other night and his level of detail is unbelievable. everything meticulous, fully at the postman's leg, workers riding on a log car, the grass, the trees, must have taken him forever. >> how long did you work on it? you've been on work for this the better part of your life? >> no, no, no. i played golf three days a week. >> wow. >> no, a lot of times come down here for much of the time. >> well, hey, what do i know? other in that dock set up will be on display for open house, the model railroaders will be having an in a couple of weeks. more on that in a minute. we have to roll on.
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>> ♪ dina blow your horn ♪ >> holy mackerel, this is insane. >> dina's horn blows blows loud and proud down at pj madison's sweets borough basement the home of his raccoon valley railroad. >> probably a thousand cars, probably 80 to 100 engines. >> pj set up his elaborate. he's had it end the cover of magazines and been doing it long enough to be recognized as a master mod letter by his peers. >> tell me, why do you do it? >> because it is fun, and my wife says at least she snows where i'm at. i'm not in some bar somewhere. i'm down the basement. >> pj has got camera's in the tunnels so he can see if anything derails, working swifts that shift tracks, main streets, all with a train running through. >> little bit in the back room, but i i doubt i'll expands. just keeping it maintenance wise to run, with the
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operating, we have run it here once a month. >> and i asked both men how they solved this septa strike, one said woe fire everybody so there is that. the other says he had no idea how to fix it. model railroaders all over the area will be putting their displays on hope house in the next couple of weeks, for a schedule go to www.pensyrr. com. www.pennsyrr. com. it might be the guy next-door. tweet us at fox 29 philly. >> i love hang, only can he start this whole story thing, i've been working on the railroad. with the holiday fast approaching, a lot of children are starting to dream about new toys, so how do you figure out the hotties gadget while keeping your kids safe? coming up we'll have what you need to know while choosing the perfect gift. and a one night stand typically isn't the way people want to end their relationship. but hey, it happens, so why do
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we feel guilt bye it? turns out it depends on who you ask. and it is based on the sex of the person you ask, we will tell you about it coming up. so stick with us. dangerous thing.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> it continues, what you are looking at is the police activity as they begin to set up for tomorrow's political
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event. you can see the police there. but now we have additional information. if you're park on third street, or fourth street, in this area, market, arch, chestnut, around the area, please go check your sign, check the signs, because they continue to tow cars and they're doing it quickly. expands to different streets, we'll give that you information, but go and check, folks, we don't want your car to be towed. it is impacting us, too, because we're all going to go move our cars during the commercial break. so we shall see. all right, i got in trouble with this discussion during one of the commercial breaks. so have you ever had a one night stand and regretted it? if so you're not alone. but the reason for regret may be different in men versus women. what are they telling us? >> according to new study men regret one night stands, because they really have no desire to see that particular woman again. which makes sense. how much, women tends to regret it because you just feel like they moved too fast.
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which also makes sense. study involved participant from the us, canada, brazil and norway. >> scott william, you are in the hot seat first. what do you think about this? >> i feel like it has to do with actions and consequences, so, i mean, if you know what you're doing, then you should have to pay the consequences. >> it is an adult decision, though. >> but this is the come hasn't got me in trouble. i don't think that most people who enter into this with honorable intentions, i don't think their goal is to have a one night stand t just happens sometimes? >> well, depends. because there are a lot of dogs out there. >> there are dogs. >> let's be honest, also the people thal have no interest in being in a relationship. >> then they wouldn't want it to be a one night stands. >> if i do it right, i don't see there is anything wrong with it, you know where i am going with that, obviously, do you have protect yourself, but that's first and for homes. but other than that? >> you agree that study says? the study said that men are cheap and women feel cheap
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after the one night stand. so i guess it re established that women have more sensitivity than we do. >> look, i prefer to find these subjects in ones i have experience. i have no experience in these one night stands you are talking about, bill. >> none of us do. let us know what you think, tweet us, use the #fox29goodday, 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."
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>> that's the ben franklin bridge, we told if you would be shutdown, now it is, not a soul on the bridge right now, they get ready for run across that bridge, it will be closed, from 7:30, until 9:30, for a charitable run, raising funds for a local school so be aware, make alternate plans, you will not be able to go over the ben franklin bridge for the next two hours, watch "good day" live philadelphia, smart thing to do. >> according to the consumer product safety commission, there are about 250 injuries a day during the holiday season, holidays are fun, exciting time, especially for kids, but safety is a top priority. some important continues for families to help ensure smart shopping and safe play this year fox julie ban carries has the story. >> we actually work year around to ensure that toys are safe first of all, and that's
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the industry knows what the standards, are so they can company apply. and that consume verse some information on how they can choose safe and age appropriate toys. >> managesment toy industry association's product safety program. recommend shopping at trusted retailers toys you are going to see on toy shelves, on line retailers, are safe by will you in this country if it is sole here in the u.s. it has to come plea with our top us safety standards. >> next, make sure to follow toy age recommendations. >> only about 27% of parent were paying attention to the age grade on the package. but it is really importance. it is safety guidance, it is not about how smart our children are, it is about the developmental ability after child at a given age. >> lauren says parent should adhere to package warnings, and instructions. >> when present arrive it is tell to go just jump in, start playing but really important to go through the instruction was your child, read through
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them, even demonstrate how to play safely appropriately, especially take note of small toy part, or other hazards in the play states. >> the toys will have a warn that tells when you there are small parts in the package. so that's alert to parent to know that if you have children of different ages in the home, older children, some younger children, important to keep the small parts away from those children under three. >> this is a small parts tester, federal stands dared for toy safety, for small parts, item fits entirely within that without sticking out it is considered a small pal. this one doesn't fit. it is okay for a child to play with. >> and don't from get about the toy chest itself, great for organizing toys, but needs to have a lid that won't hurt fingers and made of soft material, lauren said shelves need to be anchored to the wall so they don't tip over. >> if you're using develop shrink units or dressers or
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other furniture in a chowed's play environment, those need to be secured to the wall. you don't want the furniture to chip, especially when a child sees a toy or other items attract today them on high shelf, they may be tempted to climb the furniture. >> in new york, julie ban dar as, fox news. >> all kinds of things going on out, there we have bridges closed we've got market street closed we've got a shot at the airport as people are looking to travel overall, pretty good day for evening else football. >> absolutely headed up the road to the med are meadowlands, temperatures there as they are here. looking at sunshine. no problems right now at the philadelphia international airport, look at the temperatures right now in philadelphia, 51 degrees, we have 50 in the lehigh valley, 50 in dover, along with atlantic city. average high for this time of year right around 60, and by this afternoon, looking at sunshine, and the high
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temperature of 62 degrees, so, you might need that jacket or sweater this morning. also, have those sunglasses because a loft sunshine will mean a lot of sun glare. beautiful sunshine, a little bit after breeze out of the north 63 degrees will be the high temperature down the shore, 60 in the lehigh valley. for tonight, clear skies, winds will be pretty light. the temperatures, dropping. looking at right around 31 degrees in the suburbs, so some patchy frost by tomorrow morning, 40 in the city, then by election day temperatures are going to be topping out mid 60s, no excuse not to get out to vote. sixty-six will be the high temperature in philadelphia, mid 60s in dover. look at the poconos, topping out at about 61 degrees on election day. that weather authority seven day forecast, showing by monday looking at cooler conditions, temperatures only top out in the 50's, a weak disturbance will move through, overnight tonight, into early
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>> 7:52. shortly you should be able to see some of the runners coming across the the bridge as they run funds for the school in new jersey, but the bridge closed until 9:30, so please make alternate plans. >> all right, let's eat. time for fox food bite. as you know, we always want to tell you about and feature some of the great restaurants in our area. and some of the out standing recipes. craig, from brew is here. good morning, sir. >> what's going on. >> scott is our foody. >> this really smells good. so you're featuring some german american food, flight. >> yes. >> german american food. >> and you're located off 13th and chestnut? >> yes, 1318 chestnut. a lot of different things at brew, been theirself role times watch are we doing today. >> today we're doing potato pancake. >> start off with just some
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russet potatoes, three cups, and then we have some of the mashed potatoes that we have at brew, as well, pretty simple. mix them together. we also have one egg, so that kinds of binds it? >> bridges it together. we do it this way, too, keeps it gluten free. traditionally you still have flour with it, too. and during the holidays, one of the things that pretty easy to do. but also looks impressive when you put it out there. not the basic poe tate east. >> it is satisfying. >> yes, yes. >> comfort food. >> absolutely. snow is something we can make. >> oh, yes, absolutely. so this is what it looks like, all mixed up. add little chief, salt and pepper to it, sees it little more, put it here, cast iron skillet, put it on hi, enough oil to cover the bottom. make it, flat ten out, do about 4 ounces per serving, then gives us couple of minutes on each side. >> they'll taste specially good because you're using your mashed potatoes. >> yes. but we were making this at home, like how do we make it? is it the seasoning ma makes it special? cooking has to make it special. >> use any type of mash
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potatoes, but be sure to season it as well, you can add garlic, onion, any type of seasoning. >> add cheese oring? >> yes, do that maybe at the end, because it will burn if you cook it like, that but start right on top. the heat should be -- >> doesn't take too long to cook? >> no, not at all. >> about ready. we have the finished product. >> yes, what are we serving? >> sour cream, yes. serve with a little bit of apple butter, too. >> how long would you allow this to cook like this? >> i would probably go four, five minutes. >> okay. >> yes. >> any type of oil? >> well, we use soybean oil, something neutral, you won't want to use olive oil or anything like that. >> you want to try? >> sure. >> let's see, one every us has to talk. >> one what are some of the specialties? >> we do german food, so brat wurst, seven types of sausage sandwiches, then some pierogis, a lot of different cool happen tieser. >> we have some beer over here, too, you have lot of beer. >> yes, yes, a l cook with a lot of beer. we certainly serve a lot of beer. >> i'm going in.
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i've got an appetite. >> it is good. >> yes? >> oh, crisp outside, good inside. excuse me. sour cream does things well. i don't want to talk with my mouth open. but that's how we do. people can come, get delicious food, potato pancakes as a side, come on out and check it out at brew. >> thank you very much. to you guys. >> good! >> we'll eat during the break. but coming up: there is so much going on, the election is coming down to the wire. approaching fast. and on tuesday we'll have more on donald trump, and hillary clinton, but today, donald trump's dramatic night in nevada as hillary clinton provided star power here in philadelphia. >> and late night comedy gets real. how the cast of s&l broke character to get important messages across. >> ♪ >> as always we want to hear from you, your comments coming in. we ask you to tell us what makes you happy, what will
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meanwhile on the democratic side, hillary clinton is pulling out all of the symptoms as she continues to get voters on her side. who she has performed at last night's rally here in the sit that i had the crowd on their feet. >> and now into day six of the septa strike, after a judge turned down the city transportation company's attempt to force workers back on the job. coming up we'll finds out if life is getting any easier, for commuters. from the fox 29 studios. this is "good day philadelphia". weekend. >> we've had katy perry. we've had potato pancakes. we've had one night stand talks. beautiful weather watch are we going to do for an encore in hour two? >> good question that's for sure. >> it is craziness, scott. >> real i first weekends of november. featured a lot in and around town. we've got parades, runs, festivals taking place, and the weather already february perfect ten for your sunday, so a lot of folks are
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refreshed with the extra hour of sleep after the time change, kind of adjusting your clocks, making sure that everyone's on schedule for this sunday morning, live look right now, at the philadelphia international airport, no weather-related flight delays. that will be some good news, looking at beautiful day, a lot of sunshine out there right now, and weather by the numbers, hey, we are going to give it a perfect ten, looking nice, on this first sunday in november. temperatures, already climbing to around 54 right now, in philadelphia. we have 52 in allentown, 54 in atlantic city. soap, really, no weather worries in and around town. sixty-two for the high this afternoon. low 60s, sunny, breezy, down the shore. lehigh valley, looking gorgeous. high temperature topping out around 60 degrees. for tonight, it is mostly clear, chilly, temperatures are going to drop back to around 31 in the suburbs, 40 degrees in the city. we will talk about that entire seven day forecast, some changes, if we'll see some rain, plus, the election day weather all coming up after
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traffic. good sunday morning, everybody, down in south philadelphia, flyers wives carnival, tradition here, in philadelphia. doors open at 1:30, that will be taken over the wells fargo center there, in south philadelphia. and then, tomorrow, be ready. heads up. we got the president, the former president, the woman who would like to be president, all coming to our town for the last day of campaigning. we'll have all of the details on the spot and how to get around it, when we see you bright and early tomorrow morning, starting at 4:00. thank you, bob. right to this morning's you decide 2016 coverage. we're just two days away now from our country's next presidential election, hillary clinton, and donald trump, are doing all they can to make a mark on voters. going to put a lot of effort here in the battlegrounds state of pennsylvania, but tomorrow, the democratic nominee, is bringing our current president barack obama to philadelphia, drum up even more support. so fox 29's jennifer joyce, liver on independence mall this morning, with the details.
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jenny we actually see from here that a lot of activity starting already. >> reporter: well, there is a lot of activity, but first we have to do the veterans day parade, which is happening later today. so a lot of the set up that you're seeing is related to the parade, not for tomorrow, however, these next few days are going to be very busy, along independence mall, philadelphia has so much activity right now, last night with the katy perry concert, and then of course tomorrow with the visit from hillary clinton, and michelle anbar ac obama, chelsey clinton, for some final stomping on this hotly contested trail. from political power houses, to star power, katy perry rocked fairmount park last night, with a concert at the man center. perry's concert was an attempt to rally voters in the final stretch to choose the clinton-kane ticket on tuesday. with katy perry, the democratic presidential nominee, herself, hillary clinton in the house, for a light hearted fun yet focused visit, pushing pennsylvanians
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to the polls to help clinton score a victory in this battlegrounds territory. she had some help from hollywood with guesses including actress debra messing. >> you are the most important people in the united state right now. you will determine who our next president is going to be. and, so, we have all got to focus people. >> i would never go to a katy perry concert, never, but i love her so much. and it is like i haven't been all campaign season to a hillary event. so i thought oh, this is just too perfect. >> we are all working our heart out in the final sprint to this election, and we need your help. >> clinton is getting cozy in philadelphia, with another big event in town tomorrow night independence mall will mark this spot, of clinton's final public event to push people to vote her into office. unlike last night, on monday, clinton is expected to explain
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why she deserves your vote over opponent donald trump. president obama is expected to explain how trump would be a danger in the white house on the notion that he's unfit to serve as president. so, for the event tomorrow, doors open to the public and for the event starts at 7:30, with a very special musical guest, john bon jovi, all eyes on philadelphia leading up to tuesday's election. bill? >> sounds good, thank you so much, jenny. keeping us informed. a lot of news about hillary clinton, because she's been local. but on the republican side, presidential candidate donald trump was rushed off stage by secret service during a rally in nevada yesterday. officials say the republican nominee quickly taken off stage as you see at reno convention center after someone shouted gun, causing a commotion while trump was in the middle of his speech. a source told fox news that someone in the crowd saw another attend owe reach around his back toward his waistband. secret service said that one person was apprehended, and no
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weapon was found after a search of the area. today trump will be in our state rallying in allegany county, also set to speak in scranton tomorrow. >> and while people were partying in the park, the secret service and homeland security were working with the police after someone stole laptops belong to go hillary clinton's staff workers. it happened friday night, in northern liberties, on the 100 block of brown street. police say four men park their car to get a bite to eat, and when they got back, their window was broken, and three laptops missing. the computers may have contained scheduling information for the clinton campaign. detective are looking at surveillance video in the area hoping for more clues. and back here, at home, in old city, a rally was held in support of third party candidate, jill stein. the green party presidential nominee, and runningmate, spoke at the friends meeting house, the campaign saying it hoping provide alternative to the major party candidate. libertarian candidate gary johnson also on the campaign trail, in chicago.
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it is 8:06. and vice vice president joe bidn and his wife, jill, made couple of stops in pennsylvania. hoping to get support for both hillary clinton and candidate for u.s. senate, katie mcginty. yesterday in mifflin, the vice president addressed united steel workers, followed by an event in bristol township, where katie mcginty did her best to energize voters. >> but our mission is urgent. it is urgent. you think about it. what's on your heart, your mind, you think about the issues, you care about, and those issues are urgent. it is urgent that anybody who puts in a hard day's work gets decent pay. and we have to fight to raise the minimum wage. >> then came back to our area joining katy perry on stage, here in west philadelphia. and senator pat toomey, and tom cotton joined toomey at wings field in blue bell. told his plans to improve both pennsylvania and the country, and he took some shots at his
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rival, katie mcginty. >> she's in favor of double down on all of the failed policies holding us back. she is a big fan of obamacare. she thinks government just needs more power over your healthcare decisions. she's never seen -- never seen attacks increase she didn't love. >> and on good day this week, both mike and alex try to get senator too many to answer the question, but still will not say if he's going vote for donald trump on election day. on election night fox 29 your place to be, our coverage begins at 5:00. we're live on the air until 7:00. then the fox news team joins us at 7:00. we'll have update on your local races throughout the evening, and back live for "fox 29 news" at 10:00 and 11:00. and of course, all day every day, we have full coverage on line fox29.com. we have all of that. but there is more. let's take a look what's coming up this morning on fox news sunday.
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>> my apologies, tell you more about what's coming up immediately following us in just a bit. now, to the latest on a developing story of septa strike, as we enter day six. talks between septa's management and the union continued at the sheridan, this after a judge turned down septa's attempt to force workers back on the job with a court order. people living throughout the city remain frustrated while septa's buses, trains, and trolleys, remain at a stand still. one woman says it takes her three hours to walk home from work. and taxi cab drivers are actually surprised, they're making less money during the strike, because they say more people just choose to use their personal cars. others believe that people are starting to get used to not having septa. >> more people have guns. >> people have learned to take different roads. kids are get to go school bet. >> praying to god the strike is over as soon as possible. >> and the president of the union that represents septa workers released a statement saying in part: two years ago septa said they would create a
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more equitable pension system, and they did the opposite. the public needs to understand that we won't tighten our belt while they raise the cookie jar. make sure to stay with fox 29, on air, and on line, at fox29.com for the latest on the strike negotiations. and we all know that drunk driving is dangerous. and can affect many people's lives, especially, when someone gets into an accident. we'll tell you why people are saying one school went too far while delivering a message on drivers safety. and are you tired of stressing about the election? tired of fighting with your loved ones and your friends about the candidates? safe place to get things off your chest and it is only a cab ride away. i took that ride, and we'll tell but it coming up.
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>> firefighters say three people are safe this morning after being trapped in a house fire. 2600 block of manton street in kings village, three people rescued with severe smoke inhalation. fire was put under control in about 20 minutes. police say all three victims are in stable condition. investigators are still looking into the cause of that fire. and the sixers have decided on a date to allow r&b singer sevn street tow come back and sing the national anthem. you remember the controversy. she will be performing next month.
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last month streeter pulled by the team at the last minute, she was told she couldn't sing the national anthem. if she wore the jersey that you see right there. with the words we matter on it. sixers ended up and apologize g after a lot of backlash on social media. and they invited sevn back. now she will come back, will perform on december 16th, around she will wear that same we matter jersey. also say that she will be involved with the sixers going forward and some ongoing charitable initiatives. reelection day just two days away, but if you're tired of stressing like so many of us, two days may seem like an eternity. it has been a long and sometimes toxic campaign. some people have even lost decades long relationships fighting over these candidate. you may be wonder if there is a safe place to get things off your chest and not worry about the consequences. there is. no more than a cab ride away. >> i don't think that anyone would argue that this presidential election has been the most devisive in most people's memory. >> clinton and trump arguing
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each other isn't that excessive, but many of us are losing friends and even family members over this election. so, former teacher and current local cab driver wants us to stop yelling at each other, and do the venting inside his cab, a lot of people have been angry, and when they get in the taxi, they're daunted and frustrate bad toll particulars, when they think about it. >> if they agree, passengers in ron's cab are recorded while they discuss all things politics. >> to get -- i was in afghanistan. i don't know what he did to deserve that part. >> after everything that's happened in the past few years, i can't have someone i don't trust. >> post today youtube and on political blob, in a attempt to get these messages out here. >> understanded, this is real, these problems are real. i know they know that i'm that on some level, but i don't want to be the one to tell them. >> people, constituents, need to tell them that. >> so similar to our social
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media theme of the day? >> i lives begin to ends, the day that we become silent about things that matter. >> the way the cab was born, to give people a voice. >> if you are silent, you're doing yourself a disservice, denying yourself your own agency. you're denying a voice for your community, for your family. don't do that. >> like many people, he admits he has strong opinions on a lot of different issues, but frustrated this most of us just don't have the money or access to get politics toss care. >> they don't feel like they have any kind of voice that matters, the only people that seem to have a voice, people with big checks in their hands, the politicians. >> almost feels like people feel like if we elect the right candidate, then we're going to be saved and somehow, you know, everything will be okay. >> encourage being people to speak fridayly about sometimes controversial topics, may not seem like the standard form of community service, but rob isn't exactly standard guy, so it is his forum.
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>> so to the extent that political cab gives people a voice or feels like they have an opportunity to think about and talk about politics, i think it is a public service. >> thank you very much. >> appreciate it. >> oh, any time. >> so the message of political cab, speak freely, know your opinions matter tuesday after all of the talking and venting, for goodness sake vote. >> i have to tell you, going in, there having the discussion, venting to on some levels complete stranger then get out and leave it in the cab. looking out, taking live look outside. scott's been telling us all day, all weekends, that things will be good. another enjoyable day, scott? >> it will be perfect ten, bill. high pressure system, prominent, and dominant. 54 degrees in fact already. current temperature at the philadelphia international airport. so, really, no weather worries up and down the eastern seaboard, maybe couple of showers, if you are headed toward places like boston, for today.
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but if you are headed up the road to the mod owe lands for football game, looking good. high pressure will nominate, not only today but into tomorrow as well. it will be a little cooler, come tomorrow, as a weak frontal boundary will drop those temperatures tomorrow with highs only in the 50's, right now, it is 54, in trenton, we have 54 degrees, in dover, low 50's, once you move north and west, reading right now, 52, 52 currently in allentown. so, planning your brunch, dinner, looking good. afternoon temperatures topping out around 62 degrees, and look at the sunset this evening, after that time change, yesterday, we are talking about those numbers, dropping to around 54 at 7:00. weekend wendy, she is headed down to south philly, to the wells pharaoh complex for the flyers wives carnival. celebrating 40 years stuff for the entire family. meet some of the flyers. it will be a fantastic event. looking at mostly sunny skies, so no problems heading there. and we're looking at temperatures by 2:00 around 60, upper 50's by 6:00 this
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evening. here is the forecast at met life stadium. sunshine, temperatures, right around 1:00. 58 degrees. there will be a little bit after north-northwesterly wind, look at the election day forecast, looking pretty good. temperatures topped out in the mid 60s. let's head to the tech tank now. >> ♪ >> i'm anthony, than is your tech bite from the tech. today we talk about couple of weird ways where could you get hacked. first thank al over at twitter, he sent in a question: can you be hack on skype? and the answer is absolutely yes. the cyber security community has put out there if you're typing when on skype they could actually now take the sounds from your keyboard and try to re compose what you were typing so if it is on line banking passwords or anything else they might be able to get that date a the second one, on facebook, when they ask you, what's your mod name or what's your rock star name, usually that entails giving your middle name, 1st st., some personal information. hack kearse use that, data,
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because you'll see that it mimicks your on line secret questions maybe for your bank. so you don't want to put that stuff on line. protect your data. and if you want to join the conversation like alan, thanks, al, for sending us a question, reach out to us, hashtag tech tank, we continue the conversation on line. all right, the eagles are coming off a tough loss in dallas. coming up. keys to the game, how they'll need to pick themselves up after the cowboys lost and do better today against the giants. and an important lesson about safe driving goes a bit too far for some students and parents. we will tell you what one school did that left some teams in tears but left some teachers saying it needed to happen. and some big time celebrity birthdays today. seventy years old, sally fields today, happy birthday. model actress rebecca romain, 44. and yesterday she made sean brace power top five of red
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>> the ben franklin is closed, see people coming across as they continue to raise funds for local school, charitable run, there they are, started making their way across the ben franklin bridge shortly but the lidge will be closed until 9:30, so, unless you are participating in the run make alternate plans to get across the bridge. lesson in safe driving for some high school student, seems to have gone too far. moment after the pledge of allegiance, student the at school in wisconsin heard startling announcement. >> breaking news, we have some bad news. four student were t-bonds as they ditched school by a drunk driver. four student who had the accident, the t bone by a drunk driver, the unfortunate news is that they did not make it. >> morning announce. currently today is the 26th. there have been series of wrecks in multiple wreckless driving, things happening currently around broad head,
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currently lost a handful of fellow student. >> student told it was part of a drill about safe driving techniques, society announcement that their friends had been killed were not killed. the student who were supposedly killed were told not to answer any calls or texts during this drill. but the school now is facing backlash. they stand by the importance of the message. >> so pretty chilling. >> mock newscast, announcing that student friends were killed. certainly is a issue, hit home for a lot of people. so, maybe it could have been handled differently, yes, but, it has a lot of people talking about serious situation that impact lives every day. >> seems insensitive because playing with student emotions in. >> yes. >> but the point is supposed to be you are listening emotional response. feel like if they lost a
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friend. >> go smash a car in the parking lot, are you seriously? talking high school student, have kids, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, 11 he, probably no idea of those who passed away, in tears, destroyed, that was a dumb, dumb idea. >> i'm not sure, not a fan of it, but you talk about the high school student, the thing about high school student sent this i am mortality, can't believe it can happen to you. you have all of the wrecked cars you want. people don't respond until they feel something. >> has a lot of people talking about it, serious top glike that's the thing, with social media, this day and age, you have to be prepared. >> huge backlash. tell us obviously, a spirited discussion, was this a prepare row at? that's our in theory action pole today. you can let us know your thoughts, in any of our social media channels, facebook, twitter, even sends us video if you want to rant or event, you can, go to our facebook
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page push the video button, sends us video. >> t bone, t bone, too, you snow. >> it was a lot. i understand the point, not sure if it was appropriate. eagles are coming off a tough loss in dallas. coming up: the keys to the game, and how they'll feed to pick themselves up after the cowboys lost, they have big game today against the giants. >> social media comment, mandy, spending my birthday with the best gift ever. my new baby boy rj. says he never needs another present again. that's a great way to start the day. >> and take a look at this one, what makes me happy, spending time with my grand princess, mikhail a, kaylee, and baby ava. love my girlsment sounds good. tell us what makes you happy. we asked dawn. she told us vacation. all good. tell us what makes you happy. use the #fox29goodday.
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>> scott, based on what your a telling us, basic ten, can't imagine why people would be leaving the city today. >> absolutely beautiful weather right now. as we talk about the forecast, i mean, really not cloud in the sky, temperatures this morning, are already starting out in the 50's, and we're
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counting down looking ahead, election day, two days away, thanksgiving now, 18 days away, look at the christmas. forty-nine days away. high pressure that continues to be our dominant weather feature for the weekends yesterday. was pretty beautiful. similar pattern, high pressure has really just set up shop. keeping us dry and also seasonable. >> fifty-four in trenton, low 50's, right now, in the lehigh valley. so if you are planning that sunday, looking good 60 degrees by lunch, high of 62, had the sunset, 4:00 a three. because of the time change. heading up the the road, temperatures by kick off, 58 degrees, great football wet their as the birds take on the giant, and election day weather, look at that, temperatures topping out in the mid 60s, that entire seven day forecast coming up a little later in the broadcast, back over to you guys.
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>> bick week, they scare off against the giants in a game that many are saying a must win. they hope it make the playoffs. up ten points, twice in the fourth quarter, the birds lost to the cowboys, in over time. and now, can't afford to lose a third game in the division this early in the season. let's not forget josh huff, as deep as a threat as we may have had forecaster on wentz. let's break it down. i don't mean to sounds so negative, man, but what do you think? >> interesting, because first thing that comes to my minds is what the eagles had to go through this week with the removal of josh huff, not big deal. but when you look at it, josh huff did have significant role on offense. he played 29% of the snap. it automatically means new target forecaster on went, treggs will step up, decent, speed, i don't know about his hands, look at green-beckham,
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jr., came in, all right? >> time to get him involved. >> when he came in to the season, in training camp, it took him little while to get acclamated, so here asking bryce tregg to step up. >> another thing, not dwelling too much on josh huff, acknowledge, pretty big issue, maybe not on the signal so much but apparently the players were devastated. he is alike guy in the lockerroom. >> yes, how much impact does that have? >> i don't know about devastated but, you know, there was definitely aim pact. and some players say malcolm jenkins, look, you cut him, the bicker issue, let alone him getting arrested, that just everything was okay. >> because you cut him, now we have to answer questions, for three straight days about this. so i understand his point, but going to have to move on, professional athletes. >> moving on, should have bonn the game last week. >> sure. >> let's be honest, may have been a better team but should have won the game last week. >> absolutely. now go to the giant.
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putting yourself in a hole. >> going to be tough one, yes. let me get that right. real beckham junior, he plays for the giants. and he is one of the best receivers in the game. going to be tough for the healing tolls stop or limit him. he's going have 100 yards receiving. that's where you hope to contain him after. really talented. eli manning, you know, a guy, if you give him time, pick you apart, important for the eagles defense to get after him, something they addressed this weekend in practice, so that is must win, bill, as far as the nfc east division crown is concerned, eagles can't afford to lose this game. >> if you have a quarterback that's astute ooh, quarterbacks giving them a hard time, avoid the rush, that seems to match up pretty well for them. not a great offensive line. >> no.
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>> and quarterback who doesn't move. >> yes, they've had success in the past couple of seasons where eli manning getting after them. of course this year sam bradford, similar styles, six sacks. so i like where your minds is at. get after eli manning. make it hard on him. and maybe have an opportunity to pull this game up there. >> put you on the spot, predictions? >> i got took giants. >> tough spot for the eagles, everything that's happening off the field. i go giant, 27-21. i want the eagles. >> we'll break it all down, all of the information you need, join us for all of your eagles coverage, start at 10:00. with fox game day live. eagles and giants, of course here on fox 29 at 1:00. and the post game show back immediately following the game. sean. >> hey, sean bell, g cobb, all here, give all of the crazy analysis, the inside stuff, they don't get anywhere. >> that's right. good stuff. make sure you're watching. the campaign fun get serious. we will tell you how late night tv had some fun with the
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presidential candidates. and then things got real.
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♪ roar, oh, oh, oh ♪ roar ♪ ♪ i got the eye of the tiger, a fighter ♪ ♪ dancing through the fire ♪ 'cause i am the champion ♪ and you're gonna hear me roar ♪ ♪ oh, louder ♪ and you're gonna hear me roar ♪ i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> trending now, first s&l before the erection, take on american hole particulars, last night the show decided to get serious but do it in a fun way about the way this election has divided the
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country. >> when i am president, i'll sign a special prosecutor to make sure that she never -- >> no, no, no, no. >> i'm sorry, i just hate yelling all this stuff at you like this. >> yes. >> i know. whole election has been so mean. i feel gross all the time. don't you feel gross all the time about this? >> you know what i think will help us? let's get out of here. >> what? where will we go? >> you'll see. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪
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>> now it is time to get out there and vote. none of this matters if you don't vote. >> we can't tell you who to vote for. but on tuesday we all get a chance to choose what kind of country we want to live in. >> on election night, fox 29 is your place to be, coverage begins at 5:00. live on the air until 7:00 then the fox news team joins us at 7:00. we'll have you dates on your local races throughout the evening, as well, then back live, for "fox 29 news" at 10:00 and 11:00. and of course, all day every day, we have full coverage on line, fox29.com. you just saw the jokes about political coverage, but we continue our political discussion and break it all down, base, republicans, brace for what's likely going to be a really khloe election. we will break it down for you coming up next. >> and thank you for continuing to send your social
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media comments. teachers safe driving drill was little much for an entire school, maybe as short classroom exercise where the dead kids were in the hall for a few minutes have been effective definitely not for sixth, seventh, eighth or ninth graders. and another goes on: absolutely not appropriate. that will drill that you saw us talking about, and from kenya, focusing on what makes her happy as we ask you to share that information, little future, the future in those pictures, what makes kenya happy, so thank you for ending on positive note. keeping you updated, folks, better and safe parade starting soon but the entire area is being towed. so make sure your cars are in a safe place. we will be right back.
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>> most of the people running for clarity look like they've either made their way to the middle across, still another 45 minute before that bridgette up. a lot of closures, keeping you informed about. this morning. do not use the ben franklin bridge. can you not use the ben franklin bridge, so finds alternate route of travel. >> all right, we are into the home stretch of our you decide 2016 coverage here, and the latest polling shows that this could be a much closer
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election than anybody thought. all coming down to handful every states, including pennsylvania. trying to win the keystone state, joining thus morning, republican strategist rene a.m. more, has a smile like i told you so on her face, good morning. >> what do you think, two, three weeks ago? looking for possible double digit victory, now three points. >> we are really important, so many states so close. but do you have look back four years ago, barack obama, only won 12 counties in pennsylvania. but he won the state. we are in the richest part of votes here in the philadelphian the suburbs, we are so important right now, so important for us to get the vote out for hillary. that's why she sending her campaign right here at
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independence hall. >> now, you had the i told you so smirk. you didn't even think two weeks ago it would be this close? >> no i didn't think it would be close but i also knew trump had a chance, because no matter what you see, people love donald trump. love him or hate him. some people coming out to vote, i'm concerned about. you want people to come out and vote, very, very important. you know, people, died to vote, you know, to be able to have us vote. so i'm really concerned about that. >> all every those veterans walking down the street today for the parade, making sacrifice to serve us, the least we can do is go out tuesday and vote. >> both of you love pom particulars. >> you think snow. >> little bit. >> people either love him or hate him. unfortunately in this election it, seems to be a good or bad versus worse. >> people so negative about this election?
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>> people don't even want to come out, like, why should i come out? he is groping people. she is lying. you know, people are just so, so upset with these candidates. i haven't seen it like this in 30 years. >> no, the most unusual election. we know that. the sad thing is, that we want people to feel good about our elected officials, we want them to talk about the future, the problem that everyone is talking about the past. >> economy, healthcare, issues. >> getting away from the issues, on thursday. >> all personal. >> it always comes down, polls, don't worry about t the day after election day there is has been so devisive. can we heal from this? >> we have to. >> we never agreed on that. my god i'm shocked. >> no, we have to. >> well, look, the bottom line is people leadership both sides of the aisle, we have to go out talk about it, i'm having a meeting like that next monday to say what we node to do, where are we.
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>> already all kind of luncheons, dinners, things being planned to get people in leadership to get together going to go to schools, talk to kids, children are watching us. >> yes. >> and i don't think they're happen which what they're seeing, and we're embarrased by some of the things. >> and some of the stuff, don't understand what's going on. >> i will stop there. you two just agreed. we have to. >> i'm shocked. >> that's the message. >> that's why this traffic is so bad. >> thank for having us. >> thank you. absolutely. >> and conversation will continue right after good day philadelphia, on fox news sunday. >> this week on fox news sunday after more than a year of polarizing campaign, america chooses, the latest on the polls, live reports, from the trail. and interviews with both campaigns. first, the republican vice presidential nominee, governor mike pence, then hillary clinton's chief strategist, joel benanson, then ask our
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panel about early voting and the impact of the fbi's renewed investigation. all this week on fox news sunday. >> time now 8:49. beautiful live shot right there, from trenton, showing the sunshine across the area, temperatures not that bad. not as cold as it was for your saturday morning. 54 degrees right now at the philadelphia international airport. winds out of the northwest at 10 miles per hour, high pressure that continues to be the dominant feature, not whole lot going on across the delaware valley, part of the south, great lakes, looking quiet. couple of showers right now, just around the cape cod area, along with boston. 54 degrees right now, trenton. we have 54 in atlantic city along with dover, low 50's, north and west. so across the area, for today. a lot of sunshine, nice breeze, 62, the high, in center city, low 60s down the shore, lehigh valley topping outright around 60 degrees. are you headed to the
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meadowlands up the road? met life stadium big game. eagles taking on the giants, sunshine, at 1:00. kick off temperatures right around 58 degrees. then, for tonight, with those clear skies, winds relatively light, it is going to be colder. looking at 40 in the city. thirty's in the suburbs, so many folks likely waking to up temperatures tomorrow morning, right around freezing, and then, cooler for tomorrow, as well. high temperatures topping out around 57 degrees. but then, look at the mild weather for election day. high temperatures mid 60s, get out to vote. wednesday low 60s, more clouds than sunshine, could be a spotty shower on wednesday, but i think we'll stay dry. another chance for spotty shower by friday. and then look at next saturday. only a high of 50. time to cash in. >> we all know debit cards are super convenient, especially for the every day purchases, but some places where you should never use your debit
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card. because scammers are looking for you. first shopping on line, super convenient. problem is internet is a swamp full of scammers. you don't want to use your debit card on line, instead use your credit card. why? because credit cards have more fraud protection than your debit card. if they hack into your debit card on line, they get access to your entire bank account. don't do it. next: pull up to the pump, instead of using your debit cards, use your credit card. better yet pay cash. here's why. scam verse gotten really good at figuring how to get your debit cards number off of the pump. that will way before you're done fueling up, some creep booking a disney crews out of your bank account. finally you think that atm machine is safe? think again. may not be. scammers love skimming your number off atm machines. instead of using the atm's machine on the street, like this one, or in the back that far sketchy deli that you know about, use atm machines that are only inside banks, or bank
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lobbies. little safe their way. so there you have got t your debit card, super convenient, but some places you just shouldn't use it. so instead of bringing out the plastic, remember this? bring the paper with you. a lot safer sometimes. i'm cashing out.
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>> next guess worlds chef and restaurant owner, lydia, out with new book on lydia mastering the art of i had alien cuisin, everything you need to know to be great italian cook. we want to learn. so we welcome -- >> that's correct what we're here for. >> excited. >> so all every these politics going job you heard what the lady said. >> just get it done watch better way than around the table of food, you know, people sort every communicate with food. so nice salad. fennel is in season now, some of the smoked mozarella, cubed just like that. >> fresh mozarella, right? >> yes, but little smoke. to to give it that little extra flavor. then let's see. >> good? >> throw in the salami. buy a salami, not difficult. and the whole thing, and you cut it in little mash sticks. so when you bite into it, it is nice. do you want the whole --
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>> yes? >> let's go with the salami. >> good? how about some celery? >> i can do this. >> prepare everything. >> and then you can prepare this. what is the big -- okay? you put a little bit of oil for me. i will tell you when. >> just go, little more. >> so making the salad, compliment, a meal, and to get people talking and together at the table? >> absolutely, appetizer like this could be an appetizer, main course, if you make big pot of meatballs, and the pasta is easy, throw the pasta in the water marks this big platter of spaghetti, meatballs like that, and if you are in a rush you use a good can every sauce is fine. >> i always love it when celebrity like yourself talk about how easy it is for us to make it, only easy because we can pick up your book and learn how to actually do it. if not i'll be opening up a
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can of spaghetti and meatballs. >> you have big event taking place later on in pennsylvania actually in york pennsylvania to talk a little bit more about your new cook book, correct? >> yes. but the cook book and it is in the poler center on the penn state campus. >> penn state. >> in new york. >> in york york, pennsylvania, be there at 4:00 today, you know, open conversation with lydia. and you can ask everything about the book, recipe, just like you guys are doing. maybe little more oil in here. >> i'm in. >> okay, okay. >> getting his plate ready. >> get here fast. >> people, come on over here. >> you can prepare all of this at a wonderful meal together. i want to try it. >> oh, start serving it up. >> you know what? let me give you some saldivar women i. somebody has to eat out of the bowl. >> so. >> everyone is eating. i tell you, we're so happen that i lydia was here with us, get all of the information about her book and appearance on our website thank you for
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