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events in nearly 20 years. thanks for joining us. i'm lucy noland. >> i'm iain page. tonight president trump preside' personal attorney is respond to go comey's testimony he called the president a liar. fox 29's caroline shively reportreports. i remember thinking this is a very disturbing development. >> reporter: up easy in the first meeting. james comey told lawmakers he decided to start making written notes after each encounter he had with president trump. >> honestly concerned that he might lie about the nature of our meeting and so i thought it really important to document. >> reporter: from those notes, comey recall the president pressing fog loyalty which the fbi director read as tow the trump line for risk losing his job. he also revealed details of a private oval office meeting in which the president said he hoped investigator boss go easy on mike flynn the national security adviser who had resign the day before a mid allegations he misled the vice-president about contact he had with the russian government official. >> i took it as a direction.
i mean this is the president of the united states with me alone saying i hope this. i took it as this is what he wants me to do. >> reporter: testimony damaging to the president but damaging to comey, too. at one point the former director admitted passing along information to a friend he knew would leak it to the press. in order to provoke the justice department to appoint a special counsel. >> we will leave it to the appropriate authorities to determine whether these leaks should be investigated along with all the others that are being investigated. >> all right. back here at home the senate hearing was must see tv. some actually made it a party and watched the whole thing local bars hank flynn hit up a couple in center city in south philly. >> it shouldn't be this exciting to watch c span. >> i should be your next president of the united states. >> i tell them what to do. >> what do you think of this guy james comey he fired from running the fbi. seem like trustworthy dude?
>> no. >> you don't trust him either. >> no. i don't trust none of them. >> i don't know what they're doing. >> this scene played out at bars across the country in washington, d.c. some bar owners even made special drinks with names such as impeach mism nt and bad hombre. social media you know how it goes. it is going crazy. multitudes of people posting about the comey hearing. in fact iain has been lookin lon what people have been saying on facebook and twitter. you got lot to talk about. >> as you know lucy social media lit up today the age we live in 24/7 how about some of these tweets just a few of them we'll show you here's one that says calling the then fbi director a liar not a smart move by donald trump lawyer hash tag comey hearing. then how about this? from candace. potus where are the tapes? hash tag comey day hash tag comey hearing and then one more here, from kathleen who says, is this amonte python exit? i mean this dude has more vague non answers
than my last cheating boyfriend. so that's just a sample of what was out there on social media today. twitter was lit up an lot more of that for you on the web and you can watch the full testimony and read comey's statement all online head to our website fox29.com. on to your fox 29 weather authority now. as we take live look at rehoboth beach on this thursday night. so you ready for summer because we're gearing up for heat wave look at it out there. let's get right over to meteorologist kathy orr. wow, iain look at this it is pretty day down the shore even though we have the clouds the temperatures are slowly responding. looking pretty good. high temperatures around the region, looking good as well. in allentown we made it to 74 degrees. philadelphia 72. wilmington 71. trenton 70. mt. holly 69. and atlantic city at the airport checking in at 65 degrees. right now the numbers are somewhat respectable the normal high for this time of year is 80. it's 67 in philadelphia. look at those whipped particles
coming in off the ocean. so any time you get this ocean influence we are talking about cooler temperatures. wrightstown 64. atlantic city 62. the ocean water temperature 62. pottstown 69. and 73 degrees right now in re reading. away from that easterly flow. tonight as we go hour by hour, you can see that easterly wind at about 9 miles an hour keeping it cool. temperatures falling through the 60s. by 9:00 o'clock we're at 63. and by 11:00 o'clock hour we're down to 59 degrees. so it will be a cool start to the day tomorrow but it's not going to stay that way. see all that precipitation offshore? that's a low and it's going drag all the cloud cover northward with it. that means we'll see increasing sunshine during the day tomorr tomorrow. so, into the sun tomorrow and once we get there it's going to stick around. quick rise in temperature from morning to afternoon and we are heading for a heat wave. the heat could turn dangerous. we're not used to this. the numbers will be near record
warmth. we'll talk more about that coming up with the seven day later in the broadcast. >> all right. kathy, we'll check in back in just little bit. developing story right now. more drama in the courtroom as the jury gets to hear from bill cosby and his indecent assault trial. no. the legendary comedian was not on the witness stand. our bruce gordon has how it all went down. he's been at the trial since the beginning. live in norristown now. bruce? >> reporter: yeah, lucy, bill cosby made clear in a radio interview a couple of weeks ago he would not be testifying on his ownby half. would not explain in person his side of the story that he had drugged and groped andrea constand 13 years ago but the jury still got to hear that story. >> seems little doubt the public reading of the transcript bill cosby's interview with cheltenham police a year after his alleged indecent assault was humiliating to the man once known as america's dad. but will it help or hurt the criminal case against cosby? as read in court by police
detective richard schaeffer, cosby is asked whether his relationship with andrea constand was quote social or romantic. both he replies. as for the night and incident in question january of 2004 at his cheltenham estate cosby says of constand, we began to pet, touching and kissing with clothes on. did andrea tell to you stop? >> no. did andrea push you away? no. cosby says there was no actual intercourse that that was his choice. quote i like the petting, the touching. i enjoyed it and then i stopped and went to bed. the notion of the act has consensual enraged other cosby accusers attending the trial. >> he has a pattern of behavior that is consistent throughout all of us 60 women who have gone public and those whom we know who have not gone public. >> reporter: on the night of the alleged assault, cosby claims to given constand one and a half benadryl tablets to relax her says in the interview read
in court, cosby tells his police interrogator that is constand was awake and alert during their petting. when asked about this and other sexual situations with his accuser, quote andrea was on every occasion a willing participant. cosby answers, yes. >> it's very important he admitted the benadryl. he admitted providing the pills to her. >> reporter: again on this day a handful of cosby supporters were on hand to you were against a rush to judgment. >> nobody was there, you know, um, to see any of this happen so it's all hear say. for me to be a comedian to be an entertainer to be support of mrr myself before somebody tells it. >> reporter: benadryl situation is fascinating, cosby has told police that he does not take as many as two benadryl and then try and go out and perform because the medication makes him so groggy. yet by his own acknowledgment, he gave a far smaller far lighter weight person andrea constand one and a half benadryl
and then claims she was not at all impaired when she had consensual sexual activity together. lucy? >> and that is -- figure out what the jury has to say before too long. >> absolutely. that is a very interesting point, bruce gordon, thank you much. happening right now, new charges against a local youth hockey coach. police arrested walter farah din from lansdale for a second sexual assault involving a young boy. prosecutors say it happened in shamong burlington county in 1992. officers first arrested the 56-year-old three months ago for what they call a similar assault in 1994. he also faces charges in delaware and investigators think he may have more victims. have you seen this guy? delaware state police need your help. they say 25-year-old michael reynolds robbed a customer inside a wawa in claymont. this happen in the bathroom at the store on the 2600 block of philadelphia pike last monday. so if you recognize him, give police a call. a delaware man is charged tonight with child sex abuse. 72-year-old john, turn himself
in to state police yesterday. police began investigating him in may when a 17-year-old girl said that he groped her chest and rear end numerous times while the two were alone at various locations in hartley. he is now charged with continuous sexual abuse of a child. a fraternity at rowan university has doubled its reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people who started this fire. the reward now stands at $4,000. this fire broke out on may sixth just past 4:00 a.m. on the 400 block of hamilton road in glassboro. a another push to stop gun violence in philadelphia. city council members just announced a new special committee on gun violence prevention. they say more than 100 people have died from violence such as shootings in our city this year. and hundreds of others are hurt. the mission of the new committee to create strategies to curb the violence and to measure progre progress. happening right now, local leaders are taking action to
fight hate crimes. >> it's in response to recent attacks on people with dissables. and now chester county officials have just announced a new law. fox 29's joanne pileggi has more from west chester tonight. joanne. >> reporter: lucy, two very disturbing incidents all captured on video and there of course could be more. now two date lawmakers want to increase the penalties, stiffen those penalties for criminals who attack people with dissabl dissables. >> it's evidence like this in stories like this that make many wonder about humanity. >> i think there has to be stronger penalties for creating such horrendous crimes. >> reporter: audrey, watched the videos in horror. she's the head of a non-profit in philly that helps people with disabilities and their families. she also has an adult child with disabilities. audrey's concern the perpetrators will get off with slap on the wrist. >> we don't need disabled people or people with disabilities
living in fear of being targeted, and that's how it is today. it needs to come to a stop and we need to be able to prosecute these people with the full force of the law. >> reporter: state rep becky corbin and state schnader tom killian along with chester county da tom hogan announcing the introduction of new legislation that expands hate crime laws in pennsylvania to include people with disabiliti disabilities. >> this law would give prosecutors and the police a tool. a tool to punish appropriately these predators who pick on these most vulnerable victims. >> that will raise the maximum sentence from two years to five years which will send a clear message, a clear message to the community we will not tolerate this type of behavior. >> reporter: while the legislation wouldn't affect these two recent cases state lawmakers say they'd like to fast track this legislation. coming up at 6:00, we'll talk to an area man who has two sons
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the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you god. >> i do. please be seated. >> you can hear the click of all those shudders going off there. former fbi director james comey in the hot seat keeping his cool, though. testifying in front of the senate intelligence committee. it was a day a lot of people have been anticipating. >> a lot of people were glued television, laptop or tablet fox's caroline shively joins us live from washington, d.c. caroline, what day. >> reporter: what day iain and lucy. think about it. this is absolutely extraordina extraordinary. testimony you heard james comey flat out call the president of the united states a liar. but it was very important to note he stopped short of calling the president's actions obstruct of justice no matter how many times he was pressed on this. it was very sympathetic audience for half of the panel they were just gob smack the president would say and do some of these things. but he did also take some tough questions. some of the senators wanted to know if this was so awful, why didn't you talk to someone in the justice department, tell the
president to stop or even quit? why did you just jump in that your car and start typing up the notes? he did not have an answer for that. but an extraordinary day. the senate intelligence committee that meeting is open the open and closed session but members say they will continue this investigation for as long as it takes. >> and caroline, aside from comey's testimony itself, one of the biggest things that people are really focusing on senator john mccain's line of questioning, which he just kind of seemed off. >> reporter yes. this is a huge news day for us, of course, lucy but i waved a solid 20 minutes on my twitter feed listening to what he had to say and the twitter trolls going after him. take listen to john mccain. >> but you reach the conclusion that there was no reason to bring charges against secretary clinton so you reached a conclusion in the case of mr
mr. comey -- the president comey -- >> no, sir. >> case of president trump. >> reporter: what? that was kind of the reaction on twitter today. but he said sent out statement saying i shouldn't stay up late watching baseball because, you know, i sounded a little confused. what he was trying to get at he put in his recent statement it's incredibly important. he said, back when you were investigating hillary clinton you came out and said this investigation is closed because no residential lawyer, no residential prosecutor would take up this case. so he acted like a lawyer made a legal declaration in that case but he refuseed to it again and again for mr. trump's actions saying i can't say whether it's obstruction of justice. that is for mr. mueller the special counsel. >> all right. caroline shively reporting live from washington, d.c. thank you so much. historic day there in the capitol. >> reporter: you got it. scary night for 7eleven cashier when this man walked in pointed a gun demanded cash and
started hitting the cashier in the face with the gun. police say late tuesday night the guy targeted the 7eleven on ridge avenue in wissahickon got away with cash and dozens of cigarette lighters. three years after the dramatic manhunt for eric frein pennsylvania lawmakers are ready to reflect. senate emergency prepareness committee will meet next week to evaluate how the 48 day manhunt impacted the community and to think about what they could have done differently. in april, frein was convict evidence killing a state trooper and hurtin hurting another in ah style attack at the state police barracks in 2015. temple university just pretended something horrible happened on its campus so that heaven for bid if something ever did it knows how to reaction. now on hang's take how do you prepare for an active shooter on a college campus? well you have to practice as realistically as possible. ♪
i'm shot. >> shot. >> i can't walk. come to this sigh. >> reporter: be advised this is a drill. it's only a drill. >> there's a shooter! >> reporter: it's hank. i'm at temple which had a very graphic active shooter emergency response drill this morning. my take is, i don't know what world you live but in mine these things happened. reason you better off prepare. temple unfortunate certainly thinkthinks so. god for bid what seemed to be happening at item tell ever actually happened but it has in other place and it will again. temple officials like emergency management steve sarah powell say you got to face facts. >> fit ever happened here we want to be prepared, because in a critical incident, you fall back on what you know. you fall back on the training. >> reporter: talking about mass shoot social security tough. sometimes even emotional you get gun control arguments, whether we're failing ourselves as people it was weird seeing students play victims so emt's could practice triage and first
aid. paul did something else entire entirely. >> i held two hostages down in the mechanical room in the basement. when the time came i fired off the shots from the cap gun. i was hiding behind a wall then found me and i put my hands up and dropped the gun. >> it look like the real thing it sure sounded like it. >> sir, are you okay. >> he missed me but i fell down. i think i broke my leg. >> reporter: temple isn't concerning itself with obstructions like when or if some columbine catastrophe repeats itself. no sir they went straight to what if here what if now? temple public safety chief charlie leone wants to be ready now. >> our goal is to really educa educate, train, prepare all of our population everyone from the faculty, students, to our officers, to ems. always be prepared. >> only way to be prepared is to practice. i'm glad i could help. >> reporter: they app a lot these mass shootings. 145 in the us this year. i'm glad temple is cutting to the chase. it's a strange world we live so choose. you want to be scared or prepared? i'm hank and that's my take.
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today the united kingdom voted to elect a new government and possibly a new prime minister. voters are choosing all 650 members of the house of commons after prime minister theresa may called the election three years ahead of schedule. her party was well ahead in the polls but the attacks in london and manchester have forced her to defense the government's record on terrorism. from a slave to possible sainthood the remains of julia greeley are now at a cathedral in denver. she moved to colorado after the civil war and gave wood, coal and supplies to those in need she traveled across the city spreading her faith despite suffering with debilitating arthritis. last fall, u.s. bishops voted in four people for possible sainthood and julia grohl system one of them. >> what we want to do is at least have her available to people, so they can come here
and as you see how many people are up there now, so you can imagine once the word gets out that people will do this all the time. >> the archdiocese will send a report about her live to the vatican which takes it from there. the bromance between former u.s. president barack obama and canadian prime minister justin trudeau continues. the pair were seen together tuesday night at a restaurant in montreal having a little friendly embrace as they wave to punch of people looking and applauding. obama who had close ties to trudeau was in town for speaking engagement. former fbi director james comey taking questions left and right from senators. why he says more than two hour testimony didn't bother him. one of the most panned fashion accessories is back. the return of the fanny pack. >> kathy? [ laughter ] >> that's so funny. my husband had one of those. that's why i'm laughing. >> i still do. they're back in. >> i'll let you use it. >> iain says no way.
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church bus involved. it turned over while carrying student missionaries. now we know that ten people are hurt including children. we do not know who died. no word yet on what happened here but of course you know the moment we find out, we'll let you know. capitol hill today as fired fbi director james comey faced more than two hours of questioning from both democratic and republican senators. the testimony covered a wide range of topics from why director comey believes he was fired to why he wish he had dinner with his wife one night. >> we've done our best to condense the hearing into just a few minutes. >> solemnly swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you god? >> i do. >> please be seat. >> although the law required no reason at all to fire an fbi director, the administration then chose to defame me and more importantly the fbi by saying that the organization was in disarray. that it was poorly lead, that
the work force had lot of confidence in its leader. those were lies plain and simp simple. and i am so sorry that the fbi work force had to hear them and i'm so sorry that the american people were told them. i don't think it's for me to say whether the conversation i had with the president was an effort to obstruct. i took it as very disturbing thing, very concerning, but that's a conclusion i'm sure the special counsel will work towards to try and understand what the intention was there and whether that's an offense. >> you worked on the presidents of both parties. what was it about that meeting that led you to determine that you needed to start putting down a written record? >> a combination of things. i think the circumstances, the subject matter and the person i was inter acting with. circumstances first i was alone with the president of the united states or the president-elect soon to be president. the subject matter i was talking about matters that touch on the fbi's core responsibility and
that relate to the president -- president-elect personally, and then the nature of the person. honestly concerned he might lie about the nature of our meeting i thought it really important to document it. that combination of things i never experienced before but it led to me i got to write it down and got to write it down in very detailed way. >> now, here's the question. you're big, you're strong, i know the oval office and i know what happens to people when they walk in. there is a certain amount of intimidation. but why didn't you stop and say, mr. president, this is wrong? i cannot discuss this with you? >> that's a great question. maybe if i were stronger, i would have, i was so stunned by the conversation that i just took it in and the only thing i could think to say because he was playing in my mind, remember, every word he said, i was playing in my mind, what should my response be and that's
why i very carefully chose the words. look, i've seen the tweet about tapes. lordy i hope there are tapes. you've seen the picture of me walking across the blue room, and what the president whispered in in my ear i really look forward to working with you after those encounters,. >> that was just a few days before you were fired. >> that was on the 20 -- the sunday after the inauguration. the next friday i have dinner and the president begins by wanting to talk about my job and so i'm sitting there thinking, wait a minute, three times we've already -- you've already asked me to stay or talked about me staying. my common sense i couldn't wrong but my common sense told me what's going on here is, he's looking to get something in exchange for granting my request to stay in the job. >> we've learned more from the newsppers times sometimes than we do from our open hearings for sure. did you ever wonder why of all the things in this investigation the only thing that's never been leaked is the fact that the president was not personally under investigation despite the fact that both democrats and republicans and the leadership of congress knew that and have known that for weeks?
>> i don't know. i find matters that have are briefed to the gang of eight are pretty tightly held in my experience. >> in his interview with lester holt on nbc the president said high dinner with him. he wanted to have dinner because he wanted to stay on. is this an accurate statement? >> no, sir. >> did you in any way initiate that dinner? >> no. he called me at my desk at lunch time and asked me was i free for dinner that night. called himself and said can you come over for dinner tonight. yes, sir. i think he said 6:00. i was going to invite your whole family. we'll do that next time. i want to you come over. sap good time. >> i said sir whatever works for you. >> he how about s coil 30. >> i had to call my wife. i was supposed to take her out to dinner that night. >> that's one of the all-time great excuses for breaking a dinner date. >> in pregnant rhett spro
inspect i love spending time with my wife. i wish high been there that night. [ laughter ] >> director comey you are now a private citizen and you are enduring a senate intelligence committee hearing and each of us get seven minutes instead of five as yesterday to ask you questions. so thank you. >> i'm between opportunities n now. [ laughter ] >> i'm sure you'll have future opportunities. >> director comey, thank you once again on behalf of the committee. this hearing is adjourned. >> ♪ president trump po's personl attorney responded. what comey said in front of senators including the part when president trump asked for loyalty was false. >> much more on the web. you can watch the full testimony and read comey's written statement online fox29.com. back to your fox 29 weather authority now. as we take a live look at ocean city. summer makes its return after several days unseasonably cool temperatures meteorologist kathy orr let's us now how hot it's
going get in 15 seconds. from philadelphia to delaware down the shore wherever you are, there are some breaks in the overcast but not enough sun. not the way we like it. that's for sure. the temperature is sketch degrees. the high today in philadelphia 72. winds out of the east still at s not really moving that much today. when you see we're up in the 70s by about 2:00 o'clock, 3:00 o'clock 70 the for clock temperature being 68 degrees. but we will be warming it up very quickly tomorrow after a cool start. you can see along the coastal plain temperatures in the 60s as you move farther away from the ocean, we see some 70s popping up as well but no real heat. not just yet. we have to wait for this area of low pressure to pass by and bring all of that cloud cover to
the north and out of our region. tomorrow increasing sun. a sunny dry stretch will start with a high temperature tomorrow of 83 degrees. and that's just the beginning of what will be a really nice stretch of weather. so overnight tonight, 53 degrees. so it will be cool overnight with winds out of the east northeast. during the day tomorrow, some clouds in the morning, afternoon sun, looking really pleasant. westerly winds bringing in some drier air. the high temperature 83 degrees. then things change. we get that cool airy treating to the north and the heat really builds and suddenly it will be feeling like summer. this kicks in over the weekend and will continue at least through midweek next week we don't need any rain. we've had plenty of that and it looks like things are going to be drying out big time but the heat will be turning serious early next week. we start in the 90s sunday. we have 90s monday and tuesday. by monday, it will feel like it's around 95 with heat and humidity. tuesday is the serious day to watch as well. it will feel like it's around
100 degrees with the heat and the humidity. and that creates a stress on our bodies. take look at your seven day forecast. saturday 86. a perfect ten. sunday ditto. the temperature 91. 93 near record warmth for your monday of the record is 95. tuesday the record is 95. i think we'll hit it. record heat expected. still feeling like summer wednesday and then thursday it stays warm and sunny. the temperature 88 degrees. i just want to ask you guys when was the last time you saw all of those suns? >> i can't remember. >> what iain was in florida golfing perhaps recently. >> i think so. >> i'm so ready. >> nice to see it. >> enjoy it. >> thank you very much, kathy. coming up, protecting the strip. what officials want to do to keep you safe in vegas.
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♪ >> across the country people are dealing with consequences of wicked weather. record setting rain hitting parts of the florida and the flooding is legion. >> across the coast several states are dealing with fast-moving wildfires. fox news senior correspondent adam housely has more from los angeles. >> reporter: days of heavy rape fall causing major flooding issues for residents and tourists in southern florida. heavy rain setting records in some cities. flooding roadways, parking lots and other lowly-lying areas.
hurricane season start the last week and residents say they've been preparing but many weren't ready for this much water this early in a season. >> it's unbelieve al. never seen something like this. >> trying to pump the water out. yeah, that's it. nothing we can do about that. >> reporter: it's a stark contrast to what's going on out west where a number of wildfires are burning in multiple states including arizona, utah and here in california. crews are working to get a handle on fast-moving fire near is he yao ya national park it's burned through 300 acres so far with 10% containment. >> there's a fire. it's right behind the house. it's -- we might lose the house and everything. >> if this were my house, i would leave. if they are up there they need to be ready to go. >> reporter: there have been& no reports of injuries or property damage thus far, but authorities are warning people that all could change especially with wildfire season already now in full swing across the golden
state. >> the grass has started to turn brown in a lot of areas very quickly. and those are the fuels of the vegetation that carry fire very easily. >> reporter: firefighters also battling wildfires along the border of california and nevada being hampered by high winds and dry conditions. also, heavy fuel after a wet winter for the first time in about six years. in los angeles. adam housely, fox news. in your health tonight, losing hair costing women more than men? well, researchers at the university of pennsylvania say that is the case. according to new study, women pay average of 40% more on foam product that is fight hair loss like rogaine. the study looked at dozens of products from 24 pharmacies and four different states including indiana, new york, ohio and pennsylvania. researchers say previous studies have shown that women often pay more than men for similar products. >> many parents choose not dairy milk beverages like almond or soy milk a new study says that
might not be good for your kiddos. it finds children who drank alternatives to cow's milk are the does not pinpoint why. this doesn't necessarily mean one type of milling is healthier than another but doctors say moms and dads should not assume milk alternatives are healthier than cow's milk. new research may be able to predict autism before symptoms occur. researchers from the university of north carolina and washington university in st. louis made the discovery using mri technology to see if differences could be found in the brains of infants they were able to successful predict which ones would develop autism with 80% accuracy. >> that is a big deal. a company has come up with a creative and cheesy way to help patients deal with pain. the answer is a marijuana pizza. fox's heather, takes from it here. i hope that i make foods that is tempting to everybody. >> reporter: the pizza is
classic south shore style. thin crust, heavy on the or regular ghani and cheese says chef keith brook. work at the flower bakery in boston. co-worker seth came from boston restaurant group the gallows group. two are two foodies doing a medical marijuana dispensary. >> it was partially because i was intrigued by the challenge. they recently rolled out the frozen personal sized pot pizza. >> to get the medication into the product without it being noticeable can be real challenge. >> reporter: it's infused 125 milligrams of high strength thc. >> the sauce is the medicated part of the pizza. >> reporter: it's been very popular. >> right now we have limit of two pizzas per patient just to make sure we can keep up. >> reporter: even the menu looks like a restaurant menu. you also find things on it like, berry lime muffins, corn bread, coming soon toaster waffles, they're trying to cater to customers they say who are sick and may have a compromised
appetite. >> it got me thinking about savory foods and things that could be. >> reporter: but critics edibles entice young people to try more want. the deputy police chief never heard about people overdosing on marijuana until edibles gaining popularity. >> thc level can be high and somebody may ingest that but they did not intend to ingest marijuana. >> reporter: still ceo says they're being responsible and providing a service to people poo are suffering. >> it's very important to us that the food not be attractive to kids. we really want to help people. >> reporter: i'm heather, in your money tonight amazon decided that storage is costly online retail company done away with offering unlimited storage space on ma'am son drive. the pricing options now include 100 gigabytes for 11 count nip nine or terra bite for 59.99. amazon prime members will get unlimited storage for pictures.
>> school may be out for the summer for some but a florida teen is taking a classroom project to a hospital. zachary kirkland takes bags of various goods december to sick children. he calls his non-profit silly sock saturday. named for the colorful socks attached to each bag and because he does his deliveries on saturdays. the bags couldn't tape things like coloring books, toys and other activities. >> i'm hoping that this will make them feel better and hopefully it will get their mind off of the hospital and all the different treatments and all of that they're going through. >> zachary has delivered 60 bags so far this year. one of the most banned fashion act sews is back the return of the fan know pack. [ laughter ] >> my daughter loves her pan fanny pack. >> new jersey now let's drivers complain about other people who are distracted behind the wheel. how the program is going so far.
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check this u group of pigs in japan made their break for freedom on highway. police spent five hours trying to round up the pigs and bumper to bumper traffic. good news is, none of the pigs were hurt as police caught them all. >> at least for now. all right. it has been big day for archaeologists making huge discoveries in morocco and mexico season. remains that may alter the origin of the human species. archaeologists found 300,000-year-old remains of what scientists believe could be the
first homo say yanks much that's us. 300,000 years old. scientists evacuate add skull, a jaw and teeth along with stone tools. until now the oldest remains found were 195,000 years old. it's a big deal. meanwhile archaeologists uncovered an ancient temple under had he tell in mexico. the temple a tribute to the aztec wind god dates as far back at 1481. scientists uncovered half of the temple so far because the on the half is underneath a neighboring building. professional sports events don't always get reputation for kindness and compassion. but tell that to casey spellman 26-year-old who explored the chicago cubs wrigley field for the first time this weekend. she saw a blind man trying to catch a cab after the game. she helped him out. the streets were full so she took his hand and helped him catch one. >> i said, would you like some help? and he said, that would be great. people were in front of him. i thought it might just help him out if he stepped in a little bit further.
>> as you can see they shared a hug before the man took his cab ride home. >> that is fantastic. it's safe to say when it comes to fashion what's old often becomes new again particularly true with an old fashion accessories called the fanny pack. >> the bag that used to be synonomous with tourists is back with a vengeance. fox's jennifer lahmers explains. >> reporter: they're not just for my family's 1992 day indication to cedar point amuse the park any more you can call it a belt bag if you want. that's what the designers are calling them but let's be real. they're fanny packs. úon the runway thanks to far gap mow and sheinelle on the red carpet thanks to sarah jessica parker and rihanna. they're also in your local department store urban outfitt outfitters sells them for 30 bucks forever 21 got them for 12.90. sports sack sells them in almost every color and funky pattern you can think of. >> they sell really well here. they sell across loft demographics and a lot people
who wanting to hands free. people who are traveling and want to have like their passport and money accessible. >> wait a second before you tighten that waistband there is way to wear them. i'll just guessing this is probably not one of them. >> i think if you're like really, you know, sort of doing like a sporty look like maybe to and from the gym really that ang leisure look it can look kind of cool or i would go from there to the other end of the spectrum. i love that chanel look, so it's like the quilted little, you know, pouch purse here and then it has like the chains and i think its so it's like jewelry. >> reporter: just like our fan fee pack wearing parents once said just because it's popular doesn't mean it's right. that said, do we keep the fanny pack or pack it in the time capsule and shut the it will forever? >> for me personall personally a stylist it is nothing that i would put on client that's going to be photographed any w i can tell you that. >> reporter: jennifer lahmers, fox news. >> so here's the deal. i was at this la-la pa loose zoo music fest a big deal all these
different bands my daughter and her girlfriends they were all about the fanny packs. >> she's in the know. >> she's in the snow know. >> that's right. she tells me what i shouldn't be wearing any longer i'm won't any more. >> exactly. it may come back. >> that's why i have a large closet. i keep stacking things away. all right. fox 29 news at 6:00 starts right now. ♪ right now at 6:00 james comey face faces the senate ande american people. >> do you solemnly swear to felt truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you god? >> i do. please be seated. >> the testimony that has the world buzzing. plus a fourth day of testimony in the bill cosby sexual assault case. cosby did not take the stand but jurors still got the chance to hear his own words in court. ♪ >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 6:00. ♪
real life political drama on live television. former fbi director james comey testifying in front of senators and the american people about the russian investigation. former national security director mike flynn and why he thinks he was fired. thanks for joining us tonight at 6:00. i'm iain page. >> i'm lucy noland. this may have been one of the biggest it will physical television in 20 years. fox's caroline shively breaks down the day of testimony. >> reporter: in this extraordinary testimony, james comey called the president of the united states a liar. but he stopped short of calling his actions obstruct of justice. >> i remember thinking this is very disturbing development. >> reporter: uneasy in the first meeting, james comey told lawmakers he decided to start making written notes after each encounter he had with president trump. >> honestly concerned he might lie about the nature of our meeting and so i thought it really important to document. >> reporter: from those notes, comey recalled the president pressing for loyalty which the fbi director read as tow the tr