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>> community mourns little eli more cases of enterovirus hit new jersey. frightened parents demanding answers. >> false alarm in the case of a stolen pomeranian. what happened right after this >> right now on fox 29 news at 10:00 heavy rain moving through the region. your life ultimate doppler radar showing the system right now rain and some of it is heavy
spreading all across the area. don't be surprised either if you hear a rumble of thunder tonig tonight. feel strong gusty winds. good evening, i'm dawn timmeney. lucy is off tonight. i'm iain page. the weather authority chief meteorologist scott williams is tracking all this for us. what's on your radar tonight, scott. >> right now, of course, dawn and iain, we're track to go night's system. that rain has begun to move toward the philadelphia area south jersey as well as delawa delaware. but most of the action still off to the west even reports of severe weather and funnel clouds through sections of charleston, west virginia, moving into northern sections of kentucky. now anticipating tornadic activity but we could see some gusty thunderstorms out of this system. so the bottom line right now the thunderstorm activity moving in from the west and as we move into the overnight scattered showers and storms. some gusty winds. we could see winds gusting over 30 miles per hour. how much rainfall? about half an inch of or more on average and then as we move toward tomorrow morning, there could be a leftover shower clearing but
lows around 60. so right now, philadelphia down to salem, smyrna, dover looking a some of the moderate to heavy rainfall but more will be moving in we'll have much more on the timing as well as details on that total lunar eclipse coming up. dawn and iain. >> you can track these storms. head to our website myfoxphilly.com and click on weather to so a life interactive radar. >> skyfox over pathmark on cottman of a just before 6:00 in northeast philadelphia. >> police are right now trying to determine exactly what led to that stabbing. fox 29's dave kinchen is live in the northeast with the latest information. dave? >> reporter: that's right, dawn. police say they were flooded with 911 calls from shoppers inside the store. many shoppers walking through puddles of blood after man was critically stabbed. he is hospitalized at temple university hospital this
evening. chaos at this pathmark on cottman avenue in northeast philadelphia after a man was stabbed in the face and the neck by another man in the produce aisle. >> blood on the floor and all, so -- it was scary. i've been in pathmark over 32 years. first time i ever seen someone -- something like this happen. >> it's scary. it really is. because you think you going into a safe place, you're going shopping for food, you don't expect violence. >> reporter: police say at least 100 shoppers were in the store when the suspect attacked the victim. police believe they know each other hadn't some kind of dispute. >> there was a verbal altercation. it turned into a physical altercation and then our 40 year old perpetrator pulled out a knife and stabbed the 50 year old victim. >> reporter: police rushed in to get people out of the store but they were surprised by the persistence of some shoppers. >> many customers in the store that were shopping standing on the blood pushing their shopping carts over the blood and we had to tell them that's human blood. they had to get out of the store
as soon as possible. >> some people actually asked the police if they could reach on the shelf and grab some dairy product that is where most of the blood was we had that area cordoned off. >> reporter: workers tell us it's site they'll never forget as they continued work through the madness. >> it was nerve racking to ring out customers. >> reporter: nerve racking indeed. police tell us they arrested the suspect about a mile away walking down railroad tracks. they also say the weapon were you kitchen knife they recovered that weapon. the suspect is facing aggravated assault charges also weapons offenses and police tell us that the victim is expected to survive his injuries. dawn? >> all right. dave, thanks so much. happening now a fire air tanker crashes in california. firefighters say the plane was flying over a wildfire near yosemite national park. officials say this type of plane is flown by single pilot there's no other crew on board. it's unclear right now what happened to the pilot, of course, we'll keep an eye on this developing story throughout
newscast. back here at home a firefighter is injured battling flames. sky fox over the scene over chesterfield, jacobs town road in north hanover. initial reports said the fire was caused by an explosion in the garage. the firefighter was taken to robert wood johnson hospital with minor injuries. fortunately no one was else hurt. >> developing now, a heated meeting with some worried parents local officials in new jersey where little boy died of enterovirus d68. there are now more confirmed cases of the enterovirus in the state, ton night parents are questioning hamilton township's response to a case of enterovirus d68 that killed a pre-schooler. fox 29's sabina kuriakose live tonight. the meeting got a little inten intense. >> reporter: parents were asking tough questions of council members. five new cases confirmed today by the new jersey department of health in the state of enterovirus did thenterrevere d.
they a lot of questions for council. >> council members grilled over what they knew and when after a yardville elementary school pre-schooler he lie waller fell sick and died from what was later confirmed to be enterovirus d68. >> four year old's should not die in this country, and if they do, it's supposed to be looked into and it's supposed to be -- have the best attention. >> message that we've all tried both myself, our administration, our staff this is a community partnership that eli's death will probably never know where that virus came from. but it's a partnership for parents, for educators, for business owners, for all of our citizens to understand personal hygiene is the way you prevent this. >> reporter: township and health officials vigorously defending their response saying they acted swiftly as they could to clean and sanitize the school and inform parents so council members admitting they learned of eli's dental in different
ways. >> i found out through the pap paper. >> angry parents arguing there were inconsistent cease and not enough information in the school district and health division response. health officials urging cooperation in dealing with enterovirus d68. >> it's still nonsense. and there's no -- there's a disconnect. that's the best word. there is a disconnect. >> the virus is out there. it's not going away. don't be afraid of it. >> reporter: and there is a little boy from eli waller's same classroom who is being tested for enterovirus d68. no word yet from officials on when his test results will return from the cdc. dawn? >> thank you, sabina. meantime officials around the world are joining in the fight against the spread of e boat la virus. there are reports that the spanish nurse who contracted the virus only interacted with a patient a priest with ebola twice. she changed his diaper and cleared out his belongings after -- in his room after he died. new video shows hospital workers
in protective gowns cleaning that priest's room. four people who came in contact with the woman are in now in warranty. nurse is being treated and officials have a court order to euthanize her dog. >> meantime president obama says he is prepared to tighten airport protocols and implement more active screenings for travelers who come from countries fighting the epp depth mick. u.s. is also getting ready to send $750 million and four thus sand military personnel to west africa to build treatment centers and train health care workers there. the case in dallas also has the cdc redouble link its efforts to make sure hospitals are on the look out for potential cases. >> the signs of progress are there but it is going to be a long, hard fight, and i think we should all -- always keep in mind that the enemy here is a virus. and we together can stop that virus. >> the white house promises it won't consider a travel ban on passengers from west africa even
though some lawmakers are calling for it. >> tonight a widener university student facing charges including terroristic threats and simple assault. campus security was alerted about a post on social network site called yik yak. the message threatened to shoot up the campus like virginia tech and columbine. the post was removed but authorities arrived on campus are arrested 20 year old louis vela from lodhi, new jersey, majoring in criminal justice. >> their deaths remain a mystery. even as cooper health system celebrates the life of its late ceo and has wife at a special memorial service today. mourners showing up at the war memorial in trenton to remember john and joyce sheridan. family, friends and lawmakers including new jersey governor chris christie attended. the couple's bodies were found late last month after a fire at their home and later ruled an arson. >> a delaware man is behind bars after troopers find more than 1900 bags of heroin. authorities say they weren't to approach 23 year old man while he was parked in laurel.
they say when they got to his vehicle he pulled off hitting two unmarked police cars. eventually stopped according to investigators and was arrested. officers say the drugs were found near the initial place they trade to stop him. they also say he had close to $900 on him. a bankruptcy judge today approved the sale of atlantic city's revel cass soon know for a fraction of what it costs to build. the judge okaying the sale of the revel 5 cents on the dollar to toronto company. the revel of course costs nearly $2.5 billion to build but closed last month after just two years in operation. the toronto firm which runs a couple of other casinos says it plans to reopen revel as a casino as well. >> police are on the hunt for a bold serial burglar terrorizing delaware county community. >> he strikes after the sun goes down and as fox 29's dave schratwieser reports, police want this guy off the streets before someone gets hurt. >> i try to do all that we can to keep this block looking good. >> reporter: john has lived on clinton road in upper darby for years. last week his neighbors home got
broken into when a burglar slipped in through a basement window, robbed them and escaped. >> they took out some money, the kids money, and her money. >> we lock down went stay in the house. >> reporter: betty brown has lived on clover road for 50 years. tuesday morning, a burglar broke into her neighbor's home the latest in a string of break ins in this neighborhood in the last two weeks. police say a serial burglar is at work. >> i'm scared. you know, you don't want to go out. >> these guys are like rats. he hits and he goes and we surround the area and he's gone. >> reporter: upper darby police say a serial burglar is on the loose and his has hit times in two weeks in the stone hurst section of town. the latest break in occurred tuesday morning at 4:00 their. police say the guy is bold. >> apparently, a 25 year old son went to sleep last night and was talking on his cell phone and left his cell phone on his chest. and the burglar took the cell phone off his chest. >> reporter: detectives say the burglar is targeting homes with open windows or doors, but
sometimes he'll even pry open door or window. >> it doesn't matter whether your window is locked or open, he's getting in. >> reporter: police believe extra patrols and neighbors will get investigators the lead they need to catch the suspect. >> my concern is if one of the victims gets hurt and that's why we need to push this as quickly as possible. >> we just lock down. we have double locks on the doors, and we just hope it doesn't happen to us. >> reporter: dave schratwiese schratwieser, fox 29 news. ♪ >> the moment of impact coming up an out of control car plow noose a crowd of people. it was really bad. >> everyone was on the floor. there were kids screaming. there was a couple of people who were completely face down. >> how everyone is doing tonight and the one thing that could have prevented all of this mayhem from happening in the first place. >> also ahead a musical mystery. how the wildwood days singer lost part of his music and why he needs your help getting it back. >> plus home surveillance video yo captures a guy rooting
woman trying to calm the situation. if you know the attacker or the woman with her, call police. >> happening now, a musical mystery. it has south philadelphia rock and roll legend bobby rydell singing the blues tonight. he's missing a suitcase filled with sheet music which represents more than a half century of entertainment. bruce gordon explains how you can help solve this case. ♪ >> reporter: bobby rydell remembers fondly his wildwood nights, but his newtown square night, that started okay. but ended in disaster. >> i just went -- i just sunk. >> reporter: rydell wrapped up a successful saturday night show at marple newtown high school. packed up his sheet music in a small dark suitcase like this one, tossed it in the back of his cadillac suv and along with his wife and drummer head down media line road toward west chester pike. the windows were rolled up but they all felt a bit of a draft.
my wife look in the rear view mirror and there's the hatch all the way up. so we said, wow, we better stop and see if everything is in there. everything was not in there. the suitcase holding hundreds of pieces of sheet music and arrangements like these was gone. it wasn't just any sheet music. these were arrangements specific to rydell and his band. uniquely set up for his sinkin g and they're playing. >> this is basically the drum chart and then there's, you kn know, tenor one, tenor two, alto one, alto two. >> reporter: each strum has his own -- >> his its own particular arrangement no, it's not just like going into a store, i want that, you know the music and lyric for this song. no, no, it's very important. >> reporter: rydell quickly returned to the scene but the bag was already gone. his wife and other friends have gone back since to look again, but nothing. backup discs helped him make it through a sunday night gig in south philly but fully
reproducing all the music in that suitcase, that would be a monumental task. >> it's my life. it's my career. yeah. report rt in one suitcase? >> that's why i say whoever finds it sings in my same key. it would be good. >> reporter: again this small deep purple suitcase would likely have fallen out of the suv somewhere along media line road near west chester pike around midnight saturday. rydell is offering a reward for the safe return of the bag and more specifically the music. if you have any information, message us on our facebook page myfoxphilly 29 philadelphia or tweet me at at at b gore gone fox 29. we'll end this story on a good note. if i have anything to say about it. in the newsroom, bruce gordon, fox 29 news. >> mayor nutter is weighing in on the surprise decision by the school reform commission to cancel the diss track's contract with its teachers. the mayor says the commission was out of options. teachers will now have to contribute to the cost of their health care coverage.
they currently pay nothing. the projected $44 million a year in savings will go directly into the schools. teachers contract expired last summer. >> i'm hopeful that the parties will get back to serious regular full-time negotiations. it's all better to negotiate a contract than to have the action taken yesterday, but, you know, we are where we are and it is what it is. and now we need to do what needs to be done which is to educate our children. >> the union says it will fight the src actions in court. >> new jersey high school football program is shut down for the season a mid allegations of hazing and bullying. this is happening at sayreville war memorial high school in middlesex county. the school superintendent says there was enough information to warrant a criminal investigati investigation. school leaders made the decision to cancel the entire season. the case is now in the hands of the county prosecutor's office. >> there were incidents of harassment, intimidation and
bullying as constituted by the definition within the anti bullying statue. >> that decision to cancel the season affects players on the freshmen, junior vairs have the and varsity football teams. four men including a 70 year old are busted during an undercover prostitution sting in philadelphia. the city's vice unit targeting the men and arrested them last week. they confiscated over a thousand dollars and four vehicles during the sting. a 70 year old man from bucks county along with three philadelphia men were charged with solicitation and patroniz patronizing prostitution. both misdemeanor. >> in philadelphia francis section it appeared the search for a pomeranian was over. it happened on the 1900 block of west girard avenue all caught on camera. two men broke no someone' house took a flat screen tv and a four year old pomeranian named chi chi. this afternoon, it appeared the case was involved. opener got a call from police
chi chi had been found so she went to the police station for what she was hoping would be a happy reunion. the only problem, this dog isn't chi chi. the micro chips don't match. so the search for chi chi continues. >> he played a pastor in a father and tv and now police are investigating a stunning confession. recorded in secret. still ahead what a star of seventh heaven says he did to underaged girl. >> a young mom pulled over and accused of not having her child in a car seat. the police officer didn't give her tick. what he did instead that has a lot of people talking. simply charging your smart phone could make you fat. where you never want to plug it phone could make you fat. where you never want to plug it in again.
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♪ >> a male's stepson is charged with his murder in northeast philadelphia. 23 year old james kelly accused of killing 41 year old raphael santiago. the medical examiner says santiago
was shot twice in the face. kelly is facing murder and related charges. >> the fbi needs your help identifying an english speaking militant seen in a recruitment video for isis. in the video officials say that he switches from speaking
classic arabic to perfect english with a north american act accept intelligence officials say about a dozen us citizens are fighting alongside isis in syria and more than 100 others have traveled there for training and they're now back on u.s. soil. >> a 7eleven clerk turns the tables on a would be robber. eric schneider was the wrong guy to mess with. that's because he's a golden gloves boxing champion. eric was behind the counter at the 7eleven in pittsburgh when a gunman pulled his weapon den manned cash. the boxer responded with a body slam that took the crook out. >> yeah, he got slam. he wasn't trying to do too much after that. he was just -- >> the fact that i'm a boxer had nothing to do with anything. it's just what's right and what's wrong. >> eric did suffer a wound to his hand during the confrontation. he says he'll be just fine and ready for the u.s. olympic bo boxing team trials. popular tv dad under investigation by the new york police department for child molestation.
his estranged wife says she has the actor on tape allegedly confessing to sexually molesting several under aged girls in his past. tmz obtained an audio recording. it says of steven collins confessing about the acts. the conversation between the two reportedly took place in the therapist's office back in 2012. collins did not know that he was being recorded. but it is legal to secretly tape someone obtain evidence in california. he and his wife are going through a bitter divorce according to tmz, nypd has the tape and there are at least three victims. collins played the pastor and dad on the hit series seventh heaven. >> rooting around for trouble? coming up caught on home surveillance calmly looking through the car. what the man behind the camera says was really going on here in the middle of the night. five year old little boy sign as professional basketball contract. how he's battling a life-threatening illness while scoring big points with basketball fans. >> a glass of wine at your next
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>> right now your weather authority tracking rain and storms. scott is gathering new information right now and he'll be back in just a few minutes with how much rain you can expect. >> before this accident top township police are looking for this man they believe he's responsible for breaking into several cars monday morning. victims say not only was he polite, he was actually quite meticulous. this is happening in croydon. >> authorities open this video leads to an arrest. fox 29's chris o'connell live outside bristol township police tonight. chris? >> reporter: iain, this crook was breaking into cars monday morning and apparently he was a very busy man on monday. hitting seven cars in two blocks
in one night and in one case, the slow-moving crook was caught on video. the guy is so cool and casual you may think he owns this car. but the car's real owner says the guy you see poking around this toyota corolla is actually stealing from it. >> little does he know he's being watched on camera. >> when i opened the console, cleatly empty. that's i knew i got hit. >> reporter: bob doyle couldn't believe his eyes when he checked this surveillance cameras and saw this. video of a man rummaging through his car for nearly seven minutes while he and his family were inside sleeping on the 2,000 block of colonial drive in croydon. at one point, the brazen burglar even took a rest to light up a smoke. >> he didn't seem phased at all. report roar the man didn't get much. some spare change but it sure wasn't for lack of trying. >> 24 years as volunteer fireman. i'm a war veteran.
couldn't stanley doing things for people, and this is what i get. >> reporter: turns out doyle's car was one of seven hit that night according to residents in this newport village neighborhood. >> they took a piece of mind. >> reporter: this neighbor carl is another victim who says his son can't sleep now after his car and his wife's were broken into minutes later. >> i work hard to have what i have, and somebody is going to come in and take what we work for? i don't think it's fair. >> reporter: in most of the cases the car doors were left open. police say it's a crime of opportunity and in an otherwise safe neighborhood. as for the victims, it's a mistake they won't make again. >> my car will never be unlocked again, and smile, you're on candid camera at my house. >> reporter: well police are still gathering more information. they're afraid there may be even more victims out there. if you know that person in the
video, please call bristol police. iain? >> all right, chris, thank you. here's a look at the man philadelphia police charge in the sexual assault of a woman inside her chinatown art studio. 29 year old brandon menially facing several charges including attempted murder, sexual assault and robbery. investigators say they found menially in a homeless shelter and took him into custody. the attack happened sunday morning. cops say menially not only assaulted the 45 year old woman, he also took off with $600. >> and time now for a look at your fox 29 weather authority forecast we're talking rain and winds tonight as we just saw with chris o'connell and dave kinchen, scott. that's right. you probably are better off with a poncho instead of an umbrella. we're looking at temperatures right now 64 degrees. humidity 87%. winds right now south southwest 15. but take a look at the rainfall causing puddles outside of our studios at fourth and mark. so slick road conditions if you're headed into third shift. right now, as we take a look at
ultimate doppler around philadelphia some moderate to heavy rainfall moving into salem as well as millville. glassboro looking at some of the moderate rain. but you can see we're not done with the rainfall. this is really the first batch moving through right now. off to the west, lancaster county moving into baltimore as well as washington, d.c. even nasty line of thunderstorm activity so not out of the question to hear a rumble of thunder as this system moves through. so on our radar right now, we're watching the system. but take a look at some of the damage reports out into sections of west virginia as well as kentucky. reports of funnel clouds, a lot of wind damage. not really anticipating that as it arrives overhead. but right now we have the thunderstorms moving through as we progress throughout the overnight. winds are go going to be gusty at times up to 30, maybe 40 miles per hour. a half an inch of rainfall on average. but the good news, it's going to be out of here in time for that wednesday morning commute. so quick clearing temperatures bottom around 60 degrees.
you can see right now we're watching pocks of rainfall. some of the heavier activity you can see by midnight north and west where you see the yellows as well as the orange. but look at 4:00 a.m. when you're watching sue. move of the rainfall will be moving out by good day 7:00 o'clock. out to sea. windy conditions turning sunny and clearing. so tonight's rainfall totals on average a quarter of an inch to perhaps a half an inch. higher totals in the lehigh valley and the pocono mountains. lesser amounts once you move down the immediate shore. and what about that total lunar eclipse? tomorrow morning it starts about two hours before sunrise around 5:00 a.m. you can watch it right here on good day. and as we talk about the position of it look to the west. clouds could impact the viewing but once again that system will be moving out and this happens as the moon passes through the earth's shadow. also, a quick note. the tropic as we move toward the pacific take look at this massive typhoon. it's a category five storm.
winds at 180 miles per hour. so this will be impacting japan by the upcoming weekend. the high today, 71 degrees. as we talk a little bet about that seven day forecast, it's going to be chilly as we move into your friday. that's our next best chance for rainfall. 64 degrees will be the high temperature. 11 over showerlily on saturday but a cool and cloudy weekend is on tap. so that eagles game you might want to take a jacket or sweater similar to last sunday when it was a little chilly. >> all right. it's nasty it there right now. >> it is, yeah. >> all right. well no barking allowed. coming up the town that's limiting the time a dog can make noise, and the punishment owners will get if their pooch is caught barking after hours. >> plus, a woman stopped for not having her child in a car seat but the officer let's her off the hook. what he did instead of giving her a ticket. >> and doing more harm than good. how your hands free devices could make drimt
the dot the line. jp was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia when he was 2.5. you couldn't tell from his dance off. seeing her son enjoying a standing ovation with his favorite team brought his mom to tears. >> the chemo damages their joints. we didn't know if he would be able to run or walk or anything like that. and so to see him go out there on the court tonight witness jazz, i don't think there are words to express. i mean, we are so grateful. >> love that story. utah jazz and the anything can be project made it all possible for little jp. >> what a cutie. a look at your money news now. and smart car makers are bragging that their high tech features help drivers safely use electronic behind the wheel. a new study finds smart car systems may be dangerous as drivers get distracted by misunderstood requests or poor service. apple serrie rated the most
distracting. while others such as chevrolet's my link also got low marks. among other things the study scammed the stave safety of using voice commands to navigate send texts and make social media posts. >> the hilton told the luxurious art deco building to chinese insurance group for just under $2 billion. that is the biggest price tag ever for a u.s. hotel. hilton owned and managed the waldorf for 100 years. >> cars pulled over because a child is standing inside a moving car but the officer who made the stop didn't do what lot of people expected and write a ticket, he bought a car seat. the young mother was stopped on friday. she knee she was in the wrong by not having her daughter strapped in the car seat. she recentl recently fell unhais her car was repossessed with the booster seat and she didn't have the money to get a new one that. touched the officer's heart so
much he told her to meet him at wal*mart. >> a ticket doesn't solve the situation. what solves it is the child being in a booster seat like she should be. easiest 50 bucks i ever spent. >> i'm really almost at a loss for words he really didn't have to do that. >> the mom says she hopes to pay it forward when she she's back on her feet. >> horrifying site as a car careens out of control into a crowd of people still ahead the moment of impact why police say this should never have happened. >> the next time you go to the identity you may be offered glass of wine. why some dentists are giving out wine to patients. >> but first, some children with a birth defect get a few lessons from man's best friend on how to cope with their condition. cranial facial patients from children's hospital of philadelphia teaming up with penn veterinary dogs with similar conditions. to see how they've a capped. the best friends bash is funded by a grant from
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running for safety. others slamming into the ground. incredibly no one was killed. but 10 people including two children were hurt. >> it was really bad. >> everyone was on the floor. some kids screaming. um, there was a couple of people who were completely face down. >> how many people were injured in the accident? >> a lot. a lot. >> police say the 71 year old driver was not wearing his glasses which may have caused him to lose control. meantime officials say the cafe doesn't have a permit for sidewalk dining. it's a rough life for dogs in one part of minnesota. they're not getting any love from town officials. residents are going to court over the time period when dogs are actually allowed to bark. in june town leaders passed an ordinance signified dose in the commercial zone could only bark from 9:00 to 4:00 p.m. good luck with that. if the bark, f the dogs bark at the wrong time it could cost their owners a $50 fine. the county's humane society is in that commercial zone and says it is not fair to keep dogs inside for 17 hours a day so
it's suing. >> they just kind of decided the same night that it got brought up that it would pass. >> still can't tell a dog when, you know, kit bark. >> the case was to appear before a judge yesterday but the court session was rescheduled. so we will keep you posted. >> in oregon woman's dying wish to die with dignity. she's losing her last days for advocate for others in the same position. 29 year old brittany maynard launched an oh online campaign bring to awareness to her story and the law. doctors gave her six months to live. on november 1st she plans to end her life two days after her husband's birthday. with a medication prescribed by her doctor. she feels right now access to the law is only available to some americans based on where they live. she's raising money to help others in the same situation. >> a look at your health news now. get this. charging your phone or your tablet in your bedroom could actually make you fat.
that's according to a new study that says light emitted by the devices harms the production of the sleep hormone mel at a tow nine it pro mets regular sleep which helps the body's's metabolism. healthy melatonin levels pro note if sleep pattern. it was done at manchester university in he know land. >> would you like a glass of wine with your next root canal? no longer just for spas and high fashion trunk shows. >> big city dental offices are offering just a taste to take the edge off while you wait. joyce evans checked out offices in our area offering coffee, tea, water and wine. ♪ >> reporter: it's not a typical midday dental visit for diane daily. at the center for dentistry in haddon heights, new jersey. >> i'm feeling a little nervous today. do you think i could have a glass of wine? >> reporter: wine while she waits for her date with drill? >> thank you. >> reporter: it's first for
her. >> i'm just indulging a little bit here before oy get my fillings removed. they're all mercury fillings. >> reporter: just what the doctor ordered to take the edge off. >> the wine will make me little more comfortable. in fact i'm feeling a little bit right now. >> it work really well. >> reporter: all you need is a half glass says dr. steve marc marcus. it helps ease the transition for some patients from the waiting room to the dental chair. >> very relaxed. very relaxed. >> you still have more to go. i know it eu i just want to pace myself here. i'm getting a little giddy. >> my goal in treatment of patients is to make sure that they're not whitening link it holding on to the arms of the chair. the wine is a very he will began thing to do. >> reporter: but not the only nerve soothing substance available. there's herbal tea. >> she's not going to feel a thing. >> reporter: to laughing gas. >> nitrous oxide amazing. >> he's been all about chilling
patients out since he was a nervous young patient. even when the dentist was his father. >> i couldn't walk into his office without getting chills up and down my spine. >> reporter: really? >> he says a spot of wine may have helped him. >> everyone has so much stress. >> turn up your nitrous little bit. >> if this can relieve some of your stress, then why not? >> i think it's a brilliant idea. >> reporter: but don't expect to enjoy a glass any time soon at dr. leonard towel's office. >> no cavities. >> reporter: in northeast philadelphia. >> in my office that's not going over. >> uncomfortable about possible metter indications to driving away unthe influence. >> you know it's free. i'm still distributing alcohol without a license. that's what it comes down to. >> certainly half cup of wine isn't going to be a major -- we're not having cocktail party here. >> reporter: he says, patients who have certain medical conditions simply are not
allowed any. patients must request it and there are no refills. >> if somebody wants some tea, we'll give them tea. if they need drink of water, we'll give them drink of water f they'd like a half a glass of wine, it's here. >> reporter: diane says she can have a nice row say at home when she's ready to chill. right now, it's all about helping drown out that drill. >> if we can lighten it up, i'm in. cheers! >> reporter: both pennsylvania and new jersey liquor control officials tell me they are aware of the practice of serving a little alcohol at all kinds of businesses and there are perfectly legal ways to do it. in pa, a drink should be available to everybody who comes in. not just the people who are buying something. in new jersey, you're technically not allowed to it with social affairs permit. but sources tell us, it's highly unlikely that authorities are going to come after you for that. joyce evans, fox 29 news. >> and dr. marcus says there's
no cross reaction between a little wine and nitrous oxide and that his patients get a good rush of oxygen before they leave his chair. >> probably have some wine when they're watching the eagles i guess. >> might need a drink or two, right. >> they did last sunday. they actually had time for evident most of the game. eagles are four and one this season but the fans want answers and did lesean mccoy want in, want out what lapped last sund sunday. >> but with that question, the coaches will explain it's no big deal having lesean mccoy out of the game. that's coming up in sports.
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game for three straight downs on a crucial series? now my mccoy first said he pulled himself out. then changed last in it on his radio show and said it was dues stale until kept him out but the coaches don't care. who is in the game at running back. >> we don't care if lesean or darrin are in there. it doesn't really matter. last week we were talk bowing let's get darrin in there. now what we're saying is, we want him in there a lot but not what's considered critical situations? so from our standpoint, we're happy to answer the questions but it's not a big issue for us. >> there will be more questions sunday. the fingers were pointed at the two defensive backs cary williams and bradley fletcher in that come back that almost lost the eagles game on sunday but the defensive coordinator said don't blame those players. >> over and over again you look at a series of events on a play that hurt us that led to it but not one individual player.
i have complete confidence in our corners. i really do. i watch every play of every snap of practice. obviously and i know everybody wants to pin it on them but i'm telling you that's not where the issue is. >> going to be there. everybody has an opinion. and i just live with it, man. it's not going to affect me. i'll going to continue to do what i got to do each and every play, each and every down and be the next person i can be. >> baseball playoffs st. louis winning a five game series with kershaw going twice for the dodgers it happened. to st. louis. kershaw loses again in the seventh inning. matt adams a three run homer st. louis within the game three-two and they win the series three games to one. washington still trying to stay alive. they're in san francisco. and washington is kind of spitting it up here. error by gonzales. this is in the second inning.
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