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breaking overnight, a teen shot and killed outside of a night club. what police say happened and believe they have on the shooter. a massive fire lights up the night sky. what happened that sent several people to the hospital? the beehive is buzzing. beyonce's big announcement that got everybody talking this mornin morning. from the fox 29 studio, this is good day philadelphia weekend. good morning, everyone, welcome to the show. karen hepp, dave warren, good morning. >> good morning bill anderson. it is a great day. we have so many fun things to show you. we're already arguing about the beyonce that came out. if you're not follow all of us on facebook twitter, you just
missed about a ten-minute discussion and debate. make sure you're following all of us on social media. >> we got our orange on. the show orange as well. use our #good day 20 or noon inside but we're going to be running out and about. >> in the morning and there's no green on the radar. that's what we're starting off with, bright sunshine, no rain, little chill in the air, mid 40's in philadelphia, 30's in some suburbs, northwest, before you step outside, take a look at the temperatures and take a look at this. here's sue. >> hope you're hungry the today is the favor of the avenue in east passyunk. they have a tent set up in a lot between tasker and morris and you can sample dishes from more than two dozen rarests in the area of east passyunk all day long from 1:00 until 4:00 p.m.
also a free street festival and a craft show. it will be a great time. better not rain, dave warren. >> certainly in the, sue. just checking there it is, passyunk and clear on ultimate doppler radar this morning no, rain, gone, cool temperatures this morning and bright sunshinings these numbers will climb. 30's north and west, allentown and pottstown, temperatures into the upper 30's, some up to 47 in philadelphia, mid 40's to the south, let's look if a few neighborhoods, and we'll see about 50 in lieu we say, cooler in mays landing dropped a little bit outside of the city, here's the coldest temperature, doylestown at 38, heys he will ton at 32. chill in the air this morning, live picture shows a light breeze at 47. north window at ten miles an hour, not all that windy out there but not completely calm this morning. let's see what's going on right now. we have a chilly start with bright sunshine, we're warming up today.
the temperature will be near normal and warmer, much warmer monday and tuesday, but that does come with a little bit of rain. we'll track and show you when the heaviest rain will fall in the seven-day. want to see what's on the roadways this morning? any issues? here's bob. good morning, everybody. special weekend schedules on two of septa's regional rail, media elwyn and lansdale doylestown line and tomorrow, the norristown high speedline kicks in a new time table. make sure you're ready to go before you head out for the train tomorrow. we dealt with lane restrictions through the weekend on the delaware memorial bridge, three lanes open, no big deal. however, be ready for a break up and over the span as you head in toward delaware. back to work and school tomorrow. i'll see you bright and early for good day philadelphia. we kick it off at 4:00. we begin right now at 7:03, a 17-year-old young man shot to
death in the still tonville seconds of the city. >> it happened around 3:30 and jennifer joyce is live at sane christopher's hospital for children with the latest. jenny, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, bill and at this point, police are looking for the person responsible for this fatal shooting of a 17-year-old boy. he was transported here to saint christopher's hospital overnight where he died. police say this happened around 3:30 this morning, as you mentioned in the tell the tonville section of the city, 400 block of east wyoming miami outside of a club called the emergency cafe lounge. the teen was shot once in the chest. no word on what led to the shooting, no ballistics evidence found at the scene. at this point, the victim's name has not been released and again, police are still looking for the shooter. and anyone else who may be involved in this. anyone with information is, of course, urged to call philadelphia police department. karen and bill? >> thanks so much. keep us informed with any new information. 7:05.
washington township police are investigating a deadly accident overnight. police say a person was hit and killed al new jersey state road 42. reports that the person killed was a teenager and police are expected to release more details as they have it about this incident later on this morning. three people in the hospital this morning after a car accident this happened in the bridesburg section. police say driver was speeding, lost control of the car and struck a light pole. officials say there was a man sitting in the back seat who was not wearing his seatbelt and became trapped in the car. a 7-year-old was also in the car at the time. police were able to get the man out. fortunately. everyone has nonlife-threatening injuries. a woman covered in blood screams for help on a busy street in broad daylight. police say the victim was kidnapped's thankfully survived the terrifying ordeal. the 20-year-old woman escaped an 11-hour long abduction that started early saturday morning. investigators say the victim was forced at gunpoint into a black
car interior corner of 49th and lancaster in the city's park side neighborhood. police say the the woman was bound with duck tape sexual assaulted two miles away from where the woman was taken yesterday afternoon. witnesses heard the screams and the screech of a car and saw the traumatized woman fleeing for her life. >> she was real bloody. she still had duck tape on her and stuff like that. she was like half naked, realing you know, distraught looking for help. everybody was call 911 for her. >> police say the woman was able to free herself. witnesses say she may have just been doctor'sed off by here say lent. authorities describe the suspect's car as black four-door vehicle with tinted windows and a trash bag covering the rear driver's side window. if you have information call police. 7:06, official says they found human remains along the banks of the cooper river in the pennsauken area. volunteers were part of a spring
clean-up program found a human skull and several bones near the 2900 block of the admiral wilson boulevard. investigators trying to identify the remains. police looking for a killer who gunned down a man in north philadelphia. a 36-year-old man shot several times inside a car on west hundred to know street just before 5:00 this evening. police say the gunman had on a water department vest or jacket. an expensive case of vandalism in one philadelphia neighborhood. tires are slashed on more than a dozen cars. the assault rifle people on the 7900 block put of christian in the graduate section of the city. woke up to find their tires slashed. police say at least 13 vehicles damaged. people who live in the area are shocked that something like this would happen. >> i was sleeping. 3:00 in morning, 3:30, the cops banged on my door, i came outside. they said someone slashed the
tires. i'm grateful they didn't break the glass or steal anything from the car. >> i wouldn't expect it to happen again. >> philadelphia police say when they responded, they to understand the suspect on the corner of 17 and street with a knife and a cell phone. the 54-year-old was, of course, taken into custody. are we going to be paying more for gas? could be well into the summer before we know for people in new jersey from the state's gas tax is going to be helping the roads and bridges. transportation funding coming back one of the top issues among chris christie and other new jersey lawmakers. last week, a democratic senator unveiled a fan he says includes the tax fairness that constitutes ty wants and that the democrats say is necessary. christy says he will not support a bill without lowering other taxes in exchange for hiking the fuel tax. meanwhile, gas prices rose one penny over the last week. we continue to remember the
life of music legend prince. he was celebrated at a private ceremony yesterday. >> a small group of family and friend gathered at paisley park yesterday to say good-bye. among those in attendance were his sister, sheila e, they they did so many songs, larry graham and after the ceremony, purple and white flowers were handed out to the fans who gathered outside the complex. prince's publicist announced that the super star's remains were cremated and the remains will at any private the ben franklin parkway was lit up in special purple to honor prince. the delaware port authority ceo says the lighting is just a small way to memorialize and honor prince's amazing talent. many iconic buildings and structures around the world are celebrating his legacy with similar tributes. >> saturday night live had a special tribute.
the host jimmy fallon was behind the show and talked about what prince meant to him skshg times changed, styles come and gone, no matter what. prince has never not been cool. from my generation and our generation, he, he was prince and ma done in, michael jackson, there's no the elvis and beatles, the maryland monroe, they were icons. bigger, larger than life, fashion. music. every single thing. you couldn't take your eyes off of them. >> so true. >> it is absolutely the truth. the show included all these amazing performances by prince. man, looking at that, featured several bits in which one of the people that was always on the show played music icon in the prince show. . it is now coming up on's 7:11. there was a massive fire that tour through an apartment complex overnight. >> what happened that set several emergency crews
themselves to the hospital. plus nothing like lately afternoon hockey down in south philly. how much fun is this? they get ready for huge game six. >> they probably need to score more than the opponent. that needs to happen. >> orange and black and you can tweet us using #fox29goodday or good day plenty and we'll show your pictures on tv. >> send us your favorite prince songs as we continue to honor the legacy of a lost friend. >> thank you for this one. so cute. >> this from michael. ok. it's a halloween picture but they support the flyers all year around. look at the jersey.
delaware all five candidates, been crisscrossing the state last seven days. tonight undecided voters will have a chance to ask questions about the primary race to a panel ofly political experts during a town hall around the corner from the tv station. that event will live on fox news channel tonight 8:00 to 10:00 and two of my friend are the hosts. the anchors of america's newsroom, bill h emmer, and martha with him. welcome to philly. >> are you sick of the commercials yet in pennsylvania or not so much? >> well, we're not sick of the money we're raising here at the tv station. >> no, no. good answer. >> i just over the last 48 hours finally saw donald trump ad. he's probably run the least amount of ads bill. >> what did he spend? >> 60,000 in the state of new
york total, which is just, i mean, the peanuts for these politicians. >> he likes to make fun of the big put numbers other people are spending on advertising. i believe the only place he put a lot of money to work is california so far which will roll out over the next month or so. pennsylvania is where the focus will clearly be tuesday and events have a lot of delegates that are uncommitted, so they're going to be wrangling for every one of them. we're looking forward to being there, we can't wait, we love philadelphia. we love to see you. >> literally i'm two blocks from you right now. i'll come over and see you after the show this morning. yeah, we are out of time. it's tuesday, for goodness sake, martha. are you asking -- do you still have tickets, can we still get into the event if we can't watch it on fox news channel? >> yes, it will be a lot of ticket are going to go out but first come first serve. so if you show up that morning, you have a good shot of getting in. >> if you want, facebook.com/fox
news, we work for the organization make sure people get the passes. that's the website. >> i like the idea so much people like you said still haven't decided. do you believe -- bill, that any of the candidates might show up? >> indeed. that will happen. when you look at the five states on the line, come, you know, 48 hours from now, mike, i mean, it's -- it's crunch time. indeed. trump has a big, big day in pennsylvania tuesday. he's going to -- he's going to match that with what he did in new york last tuesday. he's got a story line that he can cruise on until may. >> we're about 98 days, i think something like that, out from the convention here in philadelphia. and so martha, is it over on the democratic side? can bernie catch her. >> she's been cool her heels in
terms of the criticism towards him. she certainly has numbers that are very solid and it looks like, you know, democrats are satisfied with that choice, but bernie sanders is going to really wield a lot of power because he have a lot of delegates. i believe the democrat party is going to see how is he going to come down on this, is he going to get on board? that remains the big question. >> bernie got money to burn, you can say but she has the super delegates. which is big deal. >> if i was going to be a delegate i'd want to be a soup delegate. >> you would be a super one, mike. >> it's going to be great to see you guys this summer and i get a preview right after i get off the show, i'll come over. >> mike it will be great to see you. thanks for having us on too. to all of your viewers, 8:00 eastern time tonight. >> thanks everybody. see you city of brotherly love. >> see you in a few. . by the way, the woman who's running the whole show here in
philadelphia, is going to be on with chris, here's chris wallace. >> this week on fox news sunday, trump pain campaign says we'll see a new candidate. you'll hear from the planned make over of donald trump. man aford. then bernie sanders says he has a shot at the democratic nomination as hillary clinton extends her lead. we'll ask democratic party chair debbie what isser man schultz whether the fight is hurting the eventually nominee this week on fox news sunday. >> going to be interesting. complicated. we'll get into that a little bit later. look at the glowing dome of trenton new jersey, dave, all the pictures say beautiful weather. say it will stay. >> it will stay at least, we had to warm things up a little bit. a nice change from yesterday. sunshine off the capitol building, a great start as we look at trenton.
the 44 right now, 39 in allentown, in philadelphia is 47. there's a 30 out there. much cooler than yesterday morning at this time. we have no rain, skies are clear. we're down to 35 in mount pocono and hazelton up to 33. so these are the coldest temperature this morning. up to 47 in philadelphia. down into the mid to low 40's in a lot of these suburbs to the south and east. washington township is right at 50. let's check in with delaware 44 in dover. nothing on ultimate doppler that rain cleared out and it will stay out of the area today. warmer monday, today will be right about average. these temperatures will climb from the 50's overnight dropping into the 40's. no 30's into the 60's and 70's tomorrow. here's what's happening. this will have an impact on the area tuesday for the elections here. front is to the north and by tuesday morning, we're saying periods of rain throughout the
day ties, start in allentown then heavier as it pushes to philadelphia, by 12, and say 3:00, 4:00, we could see very heavy rain, few thunderstorms are possible as this continues to move through. this will be. tuesday. the temperatures will really drop into the 50's. there is a marginal risk for severe weather, mainly the southeastern counties of pennsylvania, delaware and portions of south jersey. these storms could be strong or severe, allergies will drop tuesday, but they are high pretty much area day. today, tomorrow's again on wednesday. look at the temperatures once that rain clears out, i'll look at that in the seven-day forecast coming your way just a little bit. >> thank you, damage. . karen, it was a late night in milwaukee last night. >> there was a little scare in the first inning. what happened and what it would mean for rest of the game. >> we got great story. gaping the violence through
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hamstring, wouldn't come back. bottom of third, up 3-1 in the game. ryan braun go deep. the two-run bomb that tide the game at three. inning, maikel franco says no problem, goes deep. three run shot to left field, sixth homer of the season. phillies win 10-6. and are in even 500 on the season after everyone predicted doom and gloom. remember, only four out. >> never doubt it. >> sean bell has more sports in a minute. >> this is fox 29 sports in one minute. >> i'm sean bell. the flyers try to push their series against the capitols. if they eventually win this one, everyone will really have to step up their games. >> we're not going to play like we played last night. we had one unbelievable performance from michael and you
know, we fully intend to go out there tomorrow night and having you know, a way better game, a hundred percent better game. >> if we play the game like we did last game i don't think we're going to have the same outcome, but wake-up call for us. we know we can play better. we know we can come up stronger and have a better 60 minutes. >> the winner of that series will play one of these two teams, the penguins and rangers, pittsburgh up 3-1 and putting them out of their misery. brian rush finishes with the goal, the penguins win 6-3 advancing to second round. that's sports in a minute, i'm sean bell. >> how come hockey games get nicknames, all that kind of stuff. >> when you love somebody so much you give them a nickname. >> something like that. >> moving on.
take a look at this crazy video. an apartment billy goes up in flames in arizona. we'll tell you how firefighters were able to get this blaze, look at that, they got it under control and we'll show you how. also you want to spend more time with your kids. there's a new ap had that claims it can help you get your kids off their phones and tablets. really? it works. also big announcement. it is our. >> go alex. >> alex's birthday. one of our viewers, thank you so much for sending this in. a compilation of beautiful photos. >> as we listen to prince more pictures, this one from peanut, my daughter was flyers legend. bernie parent? >> that's bernie. this a lot of fun. this is bill perez on a tour of the city wearing our good day shirt. >> good day philadelphia. we're all over area.
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city. let us knowly send us a picture and we're coming on down. pop in the car and ride on down and enjoy the weak and the ocean. let's take a look at some of the news in the headlines. police are looking for a person who shot and killed a 17-year-old boy this morning. it happened about 3:30 in the 400 block of east wyoming avenue. the teen was shot once in the chest outside of that club. it is called the emergency cafe and lounge. we know would you three hark he died, no word on what led to the shooting. scary story, police looking for a man this morning that kidnapped a 20-year-old woman. police say woman was abducteded earliest morning, they say she was into the man's car at gunpoint near 49th and lancaster in the city's park side neighborhood. the woman was able to free herself but only after about 11 hours of being held. again, police are looking for
that individual. and there is a 54-year-old man in police custody accused of slashing the tires of several cars. this happened on the 1700 block christian street. neighbors say they woke up to find, look at that all their tires slashed. police say at least 13 vehicles were damaged. wait till you see what weekend wendy is wearing. she's going way back to the 80's with a cassette tape, an renew bicks cube and cool sunglasses because it's new kids on the block day today. whatever you're doing, you can kind of harken back to the 80's and see your new kids on the block song. hanging tough there, dave warren? >> hanging tough, sue. that's about the only one i've heard of. i certainly can't sing it. happy new kid on the block. we have the weather, fresh with sunshine, no rain, so a great start this morning. just a light breeze about ten
miles an hour. ultimate doppler no rain, wider view shows we're clear, cooler especially north and western suburb, few 30's out there. chill in the air, light breeze, grab the coat before you step outside. mount pocono, allentown, pottstown and lancaster at 39. mount pocono that's your 35. warming up with the sunshine we have here, but we're not talking about rain today. but it does come back as the temperatures really shoot up on monday. the temperatures will be climbing into the mid 70's, a few showers is will be developing but a lot of this rain will start to work it's way through the area, timing this looks like it could impact tuesday here for the primaries. 57 into 60 today, no 70 today's but just a light breeze. it's just definitely a cool start north and west. everybody is warming up. starting now with this sunshine. in your health, we are talking about beating the below the. summer is right around corner and where you know it, yes,
you're going to have to get back into that bathing suit. what does it take to get a gorgeous flat tummy? we've seen them on instagram and other place, fox's medical team, she has tip, we're going to start with the obvious one, the salt and cashes. >> you're exactly right. some of salt, you might say to yourself, i'm not putting salt on my food anymore. but the problem is the sodium that's hidden in some of our processed nods, not even processed. i went to a restaurant and got a salad, i noticed i was feel puffed up and i looked onlily and it was sky high in sodium. it can come from the chicken in the salad, salad dressing, maybe cheese. there's all sorts of hidden sources of sodium that can cause you to be bloated. carbs is another. if you cut out white flower i think you'll notice your tummy fees a little bit slimmer.
problem is your body sees it as sugar and it has trouble digesting and causes bloating. nobody wants that. here are some less obvious choices for you to consider. i'm going to tell you about brock brockly, the super food, so healthy, the antioxidants, nutrients but it also causes gasness and bloating. the problem is your body has a tough time digesting it. it need some kind of methane enzyme release to digest the broccoli. that's not a pretty thought. you don't want to avoid it. but at the same time, you don't want to eat this giant plate in one sitting. could you notice some abdominal bloating. dairy is another one, because of the lactose, some people have trouble digesting it, some people are lactose intolerant or sensitive you can take a lack
tate. this piece of gum you think what harm could this do? as it turns out the process of chewing gum, that can cause our bellies to, you know, stick out a little bit extra. you avoid chewing gum. >> before i ask you about my nightly glass of wine, which i don't want the answer to, back to the dairy, if you're not lactose intolerant, if you don't have a problem with dairy, should you still cut it on it or just for people who have an issue? >> well, really, i think it's for people who have the issue. there's a lot of people who are full on lactose intolerant. how do you know if you're lactose intolerant? drink a glass of milk and see what happens to your body in about half hour to hour. to see how you feel, if you feel cramps, full of gasness, feel bloated. if it doesn't happen to you, dairy is probably not a problem for you. i will tell you i read a book,
the 0 belly book, and dairy is one of the things on the list of things not to eat. it's dairy, sugar, sugar by way of the car bes, and wheat. so yeah, there's -- there's some research out there that says that dairy can cause, cause us to accumulate stuff in our bellies. >> thank you so much. i'll see you on the beep on your instagram congratulations. >> i'm going to put my head on somebody else's body. >> do it all the time. thank you very much. >> jen mentioned instagram with all the new technology, is that anyway to keep your kids off of their phone to spend more time with the family? >> there is. there's a new ap. there's a company that says they can do it for real and it will really maybe help your family. scrapping the violence through boxing. we found a man who found his call with a pair of boxing gloves. we'll tell you that story coming up next.
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he did he have m . 7:40. something what was we all struggle with our kids spending time on the phone. there's a new ap to help us pend more time with our families and get off of those phoness and tablets. we learneded how it works, we'll tell you about it this week's tech tank. >> i'm anthony mongoluzzi and
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reporters, the best and brightest from the area, samantha crawford. you found somebody struggles coming up but turned their life around. >> no doubt about it, and this amazing inspiration from trenton and who's originally right out of high school, worked his way up to be the five star general which is fourth in command after being with them approximately four years he turned his life around to become a professional boxe boxer. >> michael hill born and raised in trenton new jersey has been training day after day past eight years to become a professional boxer. boxing in his state were his gateway out of gang involvement. >> it was one of the things i was driveway at when i was in the gang i was the pop star general. taking that negative energize and using my hands in a negative way and use them positive. it helped me out and showed me,
leaving that lifestyle alone. it gave me place where i can aggression. >> he met his trainer eric in 2008 and he's seen tremendous growth in and out of the ring. >> he has a father an guy in the community and technique you let you met him years ago he was a lost cause, his technique is good, you know, he's a good boxer, great fighter. >> reporter: leaving a legacy for his three daughters inner city youth pushes michael on to his dream of becoming a world champion. >> his hard work and dedication, his desire to win and to train is once a lifetime, you don't get time people who have that desire to win and train and dedicate to the sport. >> they seen a transformation, they seen me start off being beastly in the streets and now a beastly boxer.
they seen me transform. it's not something they heard about. they actually seen it. to be a good example for those kids and also my children, i want them to grow up and be good and not to go down same road i did. have to go through all the hardships to get me where i am today. >> we see the boxing. >> reporter: he's a new jersey golden glove championship, national new jersey golden glove champion and traveled to several different countries and competed and won. >> he's passing on a positive message. >> he has three young daughters. the oldest is in her teens. he wants to leave a legacy behind for them just so they won't make the same mistakes he did. that's why the entire boxing place is open in trenton, they want to inspire kid to get i was the streets doing productive
things bring about success. >> another great story. if you have any suggestions for our junior reporter story that you think they should cover. tweet them to us, e-mail them to us, facebook them to us. make sure you use our #fox 29 good day. >> thank you, that was samantha's last story with us. she's going on to bigger and better. that's what we like, they get jobs, go out in the world and you'll see them other stations. here's the internet. maybe she'll be hopping a plane. dave, gorgeous day today. what's it going to be. >> about 66, not quite as warm as yesterday, where we this time of year, there's the chill in the air, 30's and 40's in the suburbs, grab the coat before you step outside. if you are going out. check out this event coming in burlington county. >> hi fox 29 good day. the food truck festival is today. we want to know is it going to be sunny from 12:00 to 4:00 for
a food truck at the promenade in marlton new jersey. >> looks like sunny skies and a light breeze, look at these temperatures. 58, 62, 65, climbing a few degrees each hour. between 12:00 and 4:00, that will be when it's the warminsew. nothing happening on ultimate doppler. things are clear, it will stay that way today. our temperatures have been little cool this morning, they're warming up. weather scale, noon is the time where we're great. that's the flyers game today in town, heading out to see that, no problems with the weather here. still pretty good tomorrow morning. just a little chilly. right now, these temperatures are into the upper 30's. except for philadelphia at 47. we'll climb into the 60's today, but we have 70's and close to 80 in the seven-day forecast. that is monday to tuesday. but it does come with rain. period of rain throughout the day on tuesday.
followed by a cooler day on wednesday. few showers on thursday and friday. it will clear out next weekend for big ms walk. that's good news. >> i'm jen frederick. this is mom-o-log. you know this mom. she's a professional organizer and author. there's mom that is will do anything for their kids, make them brush their teeth when they're babies in diapers or they do everything including get their first job for that may. i want to be a mom that has them do some chores, i do have brody put away his laundry. >> i'm the same way, i like my kid to do chores as soon as they're physically able. i was just grabbing whoever was walking through the kitchen, can you set the table? can you walk the dogs? i always do it. she never does it. >> do you have a solution. >> my solution was for that busy after school time where you're
coming home from work, dinner got to be made and dog has to be walk and fed. i made a chore chart. every child is on there. every day of the week. i made it fair. i also put put their activities on there. because a certain days, my daughter might be at dance be my son karate, i laid out their activities's chores right on the refrigerator, so everybody sees them. >> how old are they. >> i started this when they were seven, ten and 13. >> not babies. >> no. >> stilt work. >> to do work. you still get the whining but at least they can't complain it's not fair because everybody got two nights they set table, two days they walk the dog. that's your day. >> not only organizing closets. she's organizing the chores. thank you so much. i'm jen fred. this is mom-o-log. go make the chart. new way to keep an eye on your partner if they are stepping out
you're a dope. i like his fir and you know what? i hate your fir coat. >> i got to deal with you moron. here's what i'm tell you. that was a dummy. that was the point. that was a dummy. that fan fanatic was put there by pets and it was a dummy and i didn't call him a dope. you misquoted me. which is not uncommon for a lot of you guys. i don't even know where to start with some people. it amazes me. do i start with moron or dope? we love the fanatic. shoot your video to us and i'll try to talk to you next week. coming up a 17-year-old shot and killed overnight in feltonville. what police say led to his death. a woman suddenly kidnapped at gunpoint for hours and assaulted. how police say she was able to
. we begin with breaking news. a teenager has been shot and killed outside of a night club right there. what police say happened. a woman escapes a kidnapper in west philadelphia. her terrifying ordeal. >> trending right now all over the place, beyonce dropping a bombshell overnight. her big announcement that is lighting up the internet. from the fox 29 studios, this is good day philadelphia weekend. we have so much going on. karen in her flyers colors, we're flyered up, got beyonce, breaking news and we got another hour to go. good morning, thank you for joining us on this sunday. it is going to be a nice one. thank you so much, dave warren. >> perfect day.
you're quite welcome. i take credit when i can. >> we give it to you. >> thank you very much. today, there's a little change, we're looking at sea view new jersey, no green on the radar and things clear. light blue sky this morning, we need the sunshine to what were the temperature up. a lot of events that go on throughout the summer starting about now. here's one. >> weekend wendy has her mat and yoga pants, this weekend marks the return of pay what you can yoga to the banks of the schuylkill river that park at 25 and and locust. it is really a wonderful way to experience the out doors. all you have to do is bring your own mat, water and towel and pay whatever you can for a class today that starts at 11:00 a.m. and goes until noon. dave warren, nice day. >> i love the yoga outfit put you on wendy, nice this morning. nothing to worry about this
morning. the banks of the schuylkill clearly not much happening across the region. things are nice, ultimate doppler tracked rain yesterday. gone, now cooler temperatures in place, 40's now, climbed out of the 30's. the sunshine doing its job. will top out into the 60's today. not quite into the 70 like we did touch yesterday. few 50 outside there, lewes delaware, 40's and 50's across south jersey and just above 40 in mount pocono and doylestown, that dropped into 30's this morning. live pictures shows a nice sunny skies. breeze about ten miles an hour, not completely calm, not windy like yesterday. so we'll talk about these warmer temperatures coming up, and they will be with rain on monday and tuesday. we'll track it. let you know what it mean for the primary, give you a forecast there coming up in a little bit. >> thank you, dave. we can't to follow breaking news this morning, a 17-year-old young man was shot to death in the feltonville section of the
city. >> just about three and a half hours ago, that is when he died. let's get out to jenny joyce live at saint christopher's hospital for children. what have you learned? >> reporter: well, we do know to police are looking for the person responsible in this fatal shooting of a 17-year-old who was brought here to saint christopher's hospital overnight. he was pronounced dead here at the hospital. police tell us that this shooting happened around 3:30 this morning 400 block of east wyoming avenue outside of a club called the emergency cafe lounge. teen was shot once in the chest, no word what led to the shooting, there was no ballistics evidence found at the scene. at this point, the victim's name not been released. again, police still looking for the shooter, and anyone else who may have been involved with this. anyone with any information is urged to contact the philadelphia police department. karen and bill? >> is thank you. from that sad news to more sad news another young life
lost. washington township police are investigating a deadly accident overnight. a person was hit and killed al new jersey state road 42. there are reports that the person killed was a teenager. police are expected to release more details about this incident a little later this morning. three people are in the hospital this morning after a car accident in the city's brideberg section. police say driver was speeding, lost control of the car and hit a light pole. a man sitting in the back seat was not wearing his seatbelt and became trapped in the car. a 7-year-old was also in the car at the time. police were able to get the man out. unfortunately, fortunately, i'm sorry, everyone has nonlife-threatening injuries. 8:03. an absolutely horrifying situation, a woman covered in blood scream forgot help on a busy street. police say the victim was kidnapped. she did physically survive this ordeal but emotionally, this is really tough. police say the 20-year-old woman
escaped an 11-hour abduction that started early saturday morning. investigators say the victim was forced at gunpoint into a black car near 49 and and lance in the city's park side neighborhood. witnesses say they heard screams and the screech of a car and saw this clearly traumatized woman running for her life. >> she was like real bloody. she had had duck tape on her and stuff like that. she was half naked. real distraught looking for help. everybody was call 911 for her. >> police say it woman was able to free herself. she could possibly have been dropped off by her assailant. she was assaulted. authorities describe the suspect's black car as a black four-door vehicle with tinted windows and a trash bag covering the year driver's side window. officials say that human remains were found al the banks of the cooper river if pennsauken new jersey. they say volunteers who were part of a spring clean-up program found a human skull and several bones near the 2900
block of admiral wilson boulevard. investigators are now working to identify those remains. right now police are looking for killer who gunned down a man in north philadelphia. investigators say there was a 36-year-old man who was shot several times inside of a car. scene right there is west huntingdon street. lots of evidence markers out there. all before 5:00 lack of evening. police say the gunman had on a water department vest or jacket. a very expensive case of vandal i in one philadelphia neighborhood. tires were slashed. more than a dozen cars. several people would being up and boy did they have a big headache ahead of them. this is the 1700 block of christian street in the graduate hop section of the city. saturday morning they get up and get about their day and see someone slashed all the tires. police say at least 13 vehicles were damaged. people who live in the area are very frustrated. >> i was sleeping. at 3:00 in the morning, 3:30 in the morning, cops banged on my
door. i'm came outside and they say someone slashed our tires. i'm grateful they didn't break my glass or steal anything from the car. >> it doesn't happen often around here. i wouldn't expect it to happen again. >> police say they found the suspect on the corner of 17 and street with a knife in one hand an cell phone that 54-year-old was taken into custody. it could be well into the summer season before new jersey residents know if the state's gas tax will help improve the roads and preps. transportation funding is coming back as a top issue among chris christie and other new jersey lawmakers. last week a democratic senator unveiled a plan he says include the tax fairness christie wants and the gas hike democrats say is necessary. christie says he will not support a bill without lowering other taxes in exchange for hiking the fuel tax. meanwhile gas prices rose by one penny over the last week. that's not too bad.
ever since we heard the news we've been sharing with you, the life, the celebration of prince, they did have a private ceremony yesterday. >> a small group of family and friends gathered at paisley park yesterday to stay good-bye. among those in attendance were his sister, musician and sheila e, base player barry gram was there and model lewis. all the fans gathered outside the complex, prince's publicist announced that super star's were cremated and the storage will stay private. ben franklin parkway as a special honor to prince, the delaware port authority ceo just small way to honor prince's amazing talent, many iconic buildings and structures around this world have been celebrating prince's legacy with similar
tributes. >> fellow musician ises all over the world, bruce springsteen sang purple rain at a concert in brooklyn. ♪ ♪. >> springsteen told the crowd watching prince's live performance made him and i quote leave show humbled. heard so many people talked about how prince changeded the industry. >> gives me chills. it is 8:8 as we leave with more songs and sound with prince. the campaign trail heating up. we got a candidate in our neck of the wood as we get ready for tuesday's primary. >> the last minute stops in our area and the war of words that some of the candidates now find themselves involved in. >> night sky?
i don't like your tie. >> here's a tweet. the only thing that would reveal would be my kids in the bed alternating nights. tweeted out about the mattress that can sense cheating. >> that's my house. kathy, you know she shows her flyers pride. go flyers. >> from christa happy new kids on the block day. had he kid found old poster yesterday. >>
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♪. bill, you know? >> i don't even want to know. >> you got the right stuff. >> new kids on the block day. for all of the fans out there. we celebrate that on this gorgeous morning. >> 8:12ly let's take a look at this video. it's amazing video. firefighters are recovering after this massive fire. rippeded through an apartment complex under construction in arizona. officials say it happened last night around 6:00. getting more and more information. no one lived inside but the flame spread to a nearby house
which also caught fire. firefighters are expected to be ok. investigators are still working to find the cause of the fire. three people shot overnight. this happened at a high school prom in wisconsin. police say one of the victims is in critical condition right now. officers say the shooter showed up outside the billy where they were holding the prom and started firing. police were able to quickly arrest the shooter. it's not clear right now if he is among the injured or if he is a student. an experiment al plane land around midnight after a three-day flight across the pack ocean. also flew over golden gate bridge. one of two pilots on a mission to travel around the world on if the solar impulse two, completely powered by solar energize. it started it's around the world journey in march of last year.
this little baby, so cute. prince george meets president obama in his robe. you know what happened to that robe? >> what happened. >> they bought them. sold out immediately. so did the slippers. kensington tweeted out the pictures. he's two. he'll be three in july. was allowed to stay up past his bed time to meet the president and first lady in his bath robe. an 11-time monster jam world finals champion pulls off a huge stunt. yesterday in east rutherford new jersey. tom meets got behind the wheel of his 10,000 pound monster truck went airborne. cleared six other truck, over 50,000 fans were in attendance. luckily everything went as planned. that's actually considered a safe landing. >> that's exciting having a little boy that got a new appreciation for monster trucks.
and fireworks. pretty cool. your kids are a little. >> i still get excited. i would drive a truck around and shoot fireworks off. that's coming. i can tell you that. poconos mountains. where is the snow? it's gone. temperatures are warming up. we have bright sunshine. now, we have an event from my home town, i'd like to do this one here. this is a group going to florida. here's what they're doing today. >> make do weather graphic if it's going to be raining ping-pong ball. they dropped it and raises money for their trip to florida. here's the weather. 60, 64, 66. bright sunshine each hour.
that's in delaware county here this morning. ultimate doppler shows all clear no, rain. looks pretty good. at least for today. we're off to a cool start. 40's now, climbing up to 47 degrees in allentown. mount pocono up to 42. hazelton it was 32 now 39. these are the coolest temperatures we have, not only today but over the next few days, going up from here, 50's and upper 40's, south and east, the sunshine warming things up into the 60's, already in the 50's along the coast. it could be a little cooler right at the beaches. and down the shore as that wind picks up off the ocean keeping the temperatures down. 60's today but there's the 50's in atlantic city and wildwood. tomorrow, we'll climb from the 40's, no 30's, into the 70's here into the upper 50's's close to 70 by the afternoon. warmer air as the front to the north but it will slowly sag south and bring rain. these is primaries tuesday
morning, polls are open. clear, but rain will be developing and working its way south and some rain could be heavy and even contain a thunderstorm by about 5:00, 6:00, we'll continue to update the timing. looks like part of the day, we'll see the period of rain and a big change in temperatures between north and south. it could be into the 70's and 80's before the rain moves in. once it does, it's cooler. severe weather marginal rick could see gusty winds even small hail with these storms. it does proves allergy as bit. we're high today and tomorrow, but down a little bit. rain will clear things out on tuesday, we'll get a little relief there if you're an allergy sufferer. the seven-day forecast when this clears out coming up later. >> welcome to this edition of fox unfiltered where we take your feedback and feed right back to you. we listen to you. >> we get your comments. concerns, complaints, sometimes it's positive. >> got to tell you we've had a
lot of feedback on that thing there. i admit it was my could. >> it's the door, i'm glad you came clean. i wasn't going to call you out. you did it yourself. >> we're celebrating our 20 and anniversary of good day philadelphia from april 1st to the 29th and we thought we'll have special guests come through the door and that has happened. >> my gosh. buzz aldren. it's glover sill cox. >> no matter what we do, people don't like the door, mike. maybe it's fact that it's behind us too. >> could be distracting right over your head. >> which was also your idea. let's see what the people are saying about it. susan wrote in and said paint the screws on the door around the window, #door issues. lynn wrote, no offense the
editor looks terrible. >> i was going to do the brown. i think that's the thing people don't like. >> fill list appreciated mike's effort but she said, sorry, mike, i wanted to paint the door blue but it looks so much better, nice job. kathy gave you a thump up. good morning the door looks great. >> a couple of positive comments, i like it and alex has the good news, what's the good news. >> good news is this door it's going away next friday. we'll be done with it. washed we do next, mike? >> one last time. one last time go in there's let me see how you look in there. >> what do you mean? come on. you saw last week. >> don't three me out there. that's an artist rendering. a lot of couples seem to be worried about this one.
. ♪ ♪ ♪. she drives me crazy. >> it can be an issue. maybe you've had this experience where you've been cheated on in real life. that can be upsetting. >> use us as an example. these are good outstanding men on either side of you. >> i've had it happy to me, maybe you've had it happen to you. now there's a way your bed can tell you. >> researchers say advanced technology in the smart mattress can detect suspicious activity through sensors concealed in the
spring. that company that makes the mattress is out of spain. they say the bed uses pressure and motion algorithm that are considered sexual motions to set off an alert to the owner's linked smart phone ap. people can buy the mattress confidentially. >> they have designed it apparently so that, like my house, the kids jumping up and down, that wouldn't be enough of the correct motion. >> we take the kids on the bed and play wwe body slam them. >> how much does that cost? couple thousand dollar? if you're that insecure about what's going on in your relationship that you're going to spend couple thousand dollars in a mattress, one you could hire a private eye or two, leave. i'm not going to buy a $3,000 mattress. >> it may not be that he does,
bi easy, bill. >> you still want to know. who comes home to your own bed in your own house that you share with your partner? >> you can have all the evidence if the world. you still want the confession. you don't need a $3,000 mattress. guy going to be mad you spent $3,000 on a mattress. >> we're discussing this because of beyonce's new song talks openly about what it's like to be cheated on one of the most beautiful women in the entire planet. >> i don't think if i was cheated on, i don't need the stinking mattress. i'll go find somebody else. it's possible. i'm kind of a catch though. would you? >> let's see what you think about this issue. use #, get my back on this one, fox 29 good day. now silly science. >> this week's look at the world
of science makes those look pretty silly. freddy mercury. you know who he is, the late lead singer of the band queen known for songs like we're the championships, under pressure, bow heelian raps di. what made his voice sound so good? a group of researchers led by a voice scientist at the university of vienna tried to figure it. >> ♪ we are the championships, my friends. >> they listened to him sing and watched interviews that he did before he died in 19 than. they brought in a singer and videotaped had his vocal cord belting out tunes like freddy mercury. what did they find? he was a bar tone with a very big range and had the ability to produce faster than most other singers and he had an ability to
sometimes sound rough and sometimes polished. they say he did it why using something called sub harmonics similar to mon goalian singer, in the end, the study doesn't tell us anything we didn't already know 25 years everied passed away. freddy mercury's voice is still music to our ears. and the presidential candidates racing across the country ahead of two days primarily elections. >> all over the place and they're coming once again to focus on the delaware valley, the big stops plan in our area for tomorrow's ahead of the primaries. beyonce breaks the internet. big surprise announcement overnight that has everybody buzzing. like to say happy birthday shirley mclane 82. >> barbara stray sand 74.
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. ♪ . take a look in reading, good morning. looks good. dave says weather will be good. all good. let's take a look at some of the news unfortunately is not good at 8:31. police are looking for somebody who shot and killed a 17-year-old boy this morning. it happened about 3:30 right there in the 400 block of east wyoming avenue. that teenager was shot once in the chest outside of that club called the emergency cafe lounge. we don't know what led to that shooting. hopefully they find this man, they're looking for a man that kidnapped a 20-year-old woman. police say the woman was abducteded earliest morning, forced into the car near 49th and lancaster. the woman was able to free herself and escape about 11 hours later. there is a suspect in custody, a 54-year-old man who's now accused of slashing the tires of several cars, more than a dozen, it happened right in the graduate hospital area, 1700
block of christian street. woke up and found someone slashed their tires, at least 13 vehicles were >> that the crazy. . >> that happens from time to time. >> at least they got the guy. dave keep telling us i'm seeing 67, looks pretty good. >> we're getting warmer and it's pass over. we'll let andrew ask you a question. >> good morning, everyone, pass over continues into this week, is the weather going to be dry or is it going to be raining wet like my grandmom's soup? thanks, dave, everyone time to eat. >> we're coming over andrew. i love that soup. >> the grandma got in on it. >> i'll give you the forecast here. like the soup here, sunday and monday dry, tuesday is when we have that rain coming in. look at these temperatures up to near 80. it does get warmer starting this
week, 49 degrees right now, light breeze ten miles an hour out of the north, ultimate doppler is clear. keeping an eye on the wider view. no rain nearby yet. cooler air we got to get out. the sunshine is doing it's the job in the upper 40's, close to 50 almost in philadelphia, we will be into the 60's here this afternoon and 70's tomorrow. as the warmer air comes in, we'll see cloud increase throughout the day-to-d, the sh are west of baltimore, tuesday is the day with the rain we'll look at that with the seven-day forecast coming up. >> it's breakfast with bob the weekend edition and for this segment, i know you've heard of the soul train. but have you ever heard of the soul roll? i have and i've already tasted it. i had to come here to pine hill new jersey with my friend who owns sweet cheese southern soul
roll. >> trademark. tell me how the soul roll came to be. >> sure. i actually was working out of the book backache store selling my cakes at my church and noticed there were so many customers coming in and buying my cake and going next door to the chides ramped and buying egg rolls, i went home and said what if we had a soul food dinner all in one. everybody loves baked make rowny and cheese. cold ladder green, there was nothing else out there similar to the idea. i came up with southern soul roll. always be business savvy. >> we're not going to give away the master recipe but the ingredients are. >> smoked cold lard green, smoked turkey, baked make rowny and cheese and smoked chicken
that's fried. these are our homemade pace tri rolls and then you have soul food on the go. super fly deliciousness. everything is made if scratch. we have on our southern sweet tea and strawberry lemonade. >> how do folks get ahold of you. >> 856-2584020. miss sweet at its, and wwweeteas.com. >> we'll put that up on our facebook page and our website as well. there's a place that's called sweet teas. this is not your grandmom's bunt cake. >> our red velvet pound cake with cream cheese glaze. >> i'm not coming home till
monday. >> i want the red velvet pound cake. >> every single thing trending has to do with this. what beyonce did last night. >> what happened? what did she announce that has whole beehive going crazy? it's trending and we will tell you about it in just a minute. do you think when you are president you'll be paid as...
if it were a man- male this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesnt happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same as the men who are doing that job. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
♪ ♪ ♪. take a look at the airport. great day to travel. saying enough someone will listen we can do the show from the islands. >> no. no. >> no? >> we can go to the shore. i know where we can go. wildwood crest. brigantine. atlantic city. >> i want an island. >> they're the barrier islands. >> let's talk about speaking of music. i'm obsessed with this right now, so my apologies if you are not, but share with us your thoughts, beyonce dropping a bomb. it's her had sixth studio album. it's called what an aid. >> it happened after last night's hbo premier of a film
based on her music. she then posted these clips you're seeing on her instagram account. it's a visual album. similar to her last one, but it's only available exclusively on title. according to statement released by title, blom is quote based on every woman's journey of self knowledge and healing. features contributions from kendricks, lamar, weekend, james black, jack white, basically the hot artists. >> you can google that right on up. it's work the scenes in that one alone. it's in that video. a song called sorry. she's not sorry she's leaving. she talks about these big issues. >> why does this have everybody fired you wanted? you been talking about this all morning. >> who the other woman was, anyone who has ever been wronged
and she has a little dance she always does, put a ring on it. i'm not going to get into the gestures but it end with by boy, you have to walk out and keep your respect. you wronged me, it's an anthem for women. it's chick kind of stuff. >> anthem for women? we got nothing. >> you don't like bones. >> i love beyonce. let's find out what the people think. >> have you listened to the new album and would you sign up for this title in order to hear it and get the item. >> it's a paid subscription service. to get the album, you have to pay and then pay to actually get it again. you can vote in the good day weekend second of fox29.com or vote on twitter using #fox 29 yes if you would pay or fox 29 no if you wouldn't. >> i think i might buy it. a lot of times when it comes on the radio you can push the
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. ♪ ♪ ♪. welcome back, ben franklin parkway had a lot of walks today happening all over our area. gorgeous weather, this down by the art museum this morning. speaking of walking, let's talk about the road to the white house heating up. presidential hopeful hillary clinton said yesterday campaigning in the new england area at a campaign event in rhode island. touched on republican front runner donald trump. >> trump keeps saying things like, you know, i didn't really mean it. it was all part of my reality tv show. running for president will be on your screen. well, you know what? if we buy that, shame on us.
because. >> she's coming to our neck of the woods. got to get out the vote tomorrow night philadelphia city hall courtyard. >> bernie sanders spent yesterday campaigning in our area, met with voters in wilmington delaware. a his campaign stop, he spoke about the lack of income equality throughout our country. >> you are living today not in a poor country. you're living in the wealthiest country in the history of the world. so we have a right to ask and a right to demand that this country and our government work for all of us and not just the one percent. >> senator sanders continue campaigning turn out the vote rally tomorrow night at drexel university. on the republican side, front runner donald trump hitting the campaign trail in
connecticut's he went on the attack. he talked about comments made by his top advisor paul man ford. he told republican leaders that trump would be a different candidate and run a more professional campaign going forward. trump has a rally tomorrow afternoon in our area, west chester university. ted cruz spent the day in indiana. the texas senator is pull eight points behind trump at a rally outside of indianapolis. he spoke of the importance of the supreme court. he also condemn trump for giving into political correctness in his opposition of north carolina's recently passed bathroom bill. to round out the candidates, john kasich spent his day campaigning in new england, rhode island is holding it's republican primary tuesday. the ohio governor says it's important for his fellow
candidates to stop name call and get back to discussing the issues american care most about. kasich so far has only won one contest this primary season. his home state of ohio and he's set to make a stop at penrose diner in south philadelphia tomorrow morning. here's a look at what's coming up on fox news sunday as they discuss this. >> this week on fox news trump campaign says we'll here a new candidate on the trail. you'll hear from the make over of donald trump. paul man ford. it's a fox news sunday exclusive. then bernie sanders says he still has a shot of the democratic nomination as hillary clinton extends her lead. we'll democratic party chair debbie wasserman schultz whether the primary fight is hurting thely eventually nominee all this week on fox news sunday. >> you follow politics you don't want to miss that. allentown looks great, they're
waking up, dave, enjoying the sun. >> good day to get outside. little chill in the air, but warming up. sunshine things changing today. the temperatures. radar, that's all clear and it will stay that way today unlike yesterday. climbing into the upper 40's, the actual air temperature, there's a light breeze out there. it might feel cooler, coolest spot north and western suburbs almost 50, wildwood 52, a lot of 49s on the map at this hour here from philadelphia all the way down to millville and atlantic city. now, ultimate doppler clear, looking across the philadelphia area, no rain out there. view shows knows rain as well. our scale, pretty good. this is a little chilly this morning, but great weather this afternoon, and tonight, flyers play at noon, so if you're headed out to watch the game, i pit stay for that, bright sunshine and comfortable temperature, cooler tomorrow morning, fairly good. look how it warms up monday from the 40's, no 30's, into the
70's, but there's a boundary setting up, and that will be the focus for rain that's going to be moving through the air throughout the day on tuesday. periods of rain but a very warm temperature followed by a chill there, so we have the the rain throughout the day tuesday. then it gets cooler by wednesday as we're drying out for a day, few showers on thursday and friday. but that rain looks to be clearing out by the weekend as we climb back up to near 70 degrees. >> i'd say it's a 10, thank you, dave. dave, is this big event in your house trash day. >> no, it's pretty simple. i just take it out. >> big event. >> they come at like 5:00 in the morning. >> in my house, it's a major event where all the kids go running over to the window and love to watch. there's little girl from illinois, that was her birthday wish, she wanted to meet the gar badge man.
>> she waits by the window, smiles and waves as they work and on her birthday, she got to meet them. look at the picture. she gave them a cupcake for her birthday. instantly speech less, he says he looks forward to her weekly waves and smiles. good for her. she sounds like a sweetheart. it's a big event in your house. >> trash trucks are cool. they have elements to them. we do like to watch. you know what? i'm hungry. let's eat. >> we're here in marlton, new jersey, i'm chris men tore, culinary director. we're going to make a pineapple cole slaw which is an incredible item for summer. fresh pineapple. a method called julieann which is match stick size strip. so we're going to cut the pine apple, turn it on side. cut it into slices.
just like that. add it to the bowl. we're going to continue to do that. about half pine apple. you don't have to be precise only. add that to the bowl. nice slices, next we're going to take a red onion and take the red onion and cut that in slices as well. take your time. this is going to give a nice circle slices and break that up with your hand, put that in the bowl. the tricky part of this dish. i don't know if everyone heard of. he said like a mexican potato a root vegetable. some people say it has the sweetness of an apple. some kind of a raw green bean but great on salads and sides. good with fruit. we're going to slice it and julieann it. we're going to add that to the bowl. were take a red pepper. half it.
same thing, nice strips of red pepper. we're going to add that to the bowl. great color here, you got the pine apple, the hick ma, red onion, we're going to do a real simple seasoning, add a little bit of parsley, whatever you prefer, just a pinch. we'll add a little bit of vine gar. you can have your choice here, i use champagne vinegar in. little bit of olive oil. when you do this, you want to use about twice as much olive oil as you do, you want to use lemon or lime for the summer and a little bit of a guave to help enhance the pine apple. finish it off with ground salt. and a little fresh ground pepper. and then you want to take this and's gently mix.
it doesn't, you want to mix it out. get all that flavor in there. and you can make this -- this is nice to make as a side dish like i showed you earlier. goes beautifully with that. don't be afraid to you don't say a little bit extra. it's delicious. this is it. we're ready to plate them. i like, this an entree or side salad like this by itself. nice helping. then we have the plate, serve it just like this, you might want to put a pinch of garnish on there. parsley, and give it a taste and a you're ready to go. delicious. this has been your fox foodbite. across pennsylvania, he's praised as a progressive champion with a record of reform. josh shapiro
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