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under that truck. and several people were inside. so one person we do know is dead in the car. the truck's driver is now in the hospital. this again is feasterville trevose. you'll see the tract trailer on its side. again we do know one person is dead you can see there are -- there is some traffic getting by. obviously you'll have delays in that area. we of course are going to keep up updated and follow this story throughout the newscast. no word op what caused the crash. drivers as you can imagine in that area are going expect delays much it has been called super tuesday four and almost here. many of the top candidates have been in pennsylvania and delaware today. getting in last minute campaigning before voters head to the polls for tomorrow's primaries g evening i'm iain page. rule is on assignment. pennsylvania has become increasingly important over the course of this primary season. bruce gordon joins us live at we have chester university tonight where the gop frontrunner drum is that rallying supporters. bruce?
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>> reporter: iain, in fact that rally just wrapping up a couple minutes ago. we expect trump motorcade to pass right behind us at any minute. if it happens life on the air obviously we'll show it to you. both hillary clinton and donald trump lead their respective party races not only in delegates but in voter count and they also lead the pre election polls for those mid atlantic primaries tomorrow. in pennsylvania and in delaware. but there the comparison end today campaigning in our region both candidates had a very different message and more importantly a very different target as they rallied support supporters. the crowd of plain clinton supporters snaked around the block from the queen theater in wilmington with many coming to seat woman they hope will make american history. >> i think it's time for woman to be president, and especially a woman with experience and i think she really cares. >> reporter: secretary clinton spoke like candidate whose already won the democratic nomination. never mentioning primary opponent bernie sanders by name,
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instead saving her shots for the republican front runners. >> i want to you pay attention to what trump and cruz and the republicans say because they want to turn the clock back on all of our rights. >> reporter: she attacked drum many on his foreign policy ideas, tax plans and his opposition to a higher minimum wage. >> donald trump says wages are too high in america and he doesn't support raising the minimum wage, and i have said, come out of those towers and actually talk and listen to people. >> reporter: later at west chester university, protesters lined the streets to blast trauma pops appearance on campus that did not stop other students and older fans standing in long lines to see and hear what he had to say. i think he's a great american. i think he really does care. i want to come meet him and hear for myself. ♪
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>> reporter: by the way, did you sigh they joined forces. >> boo! >> i've been doing this for 10 months and these two guys they're politicians all their lives, that's all they do, and now they joined forces and you kept hearing oh, they're doing well, they're doing well. i have millions of votes more than each one of them. >> reporter: mr. trump all but ignored his likely democratic arrival instead training his fire on the gop opponents ted cruz and john kasich who have now nounsed they'll taylor their campaign schedules specifically to deny trump the delegates he needs for a first ballot win at the republican convention. >> now, if the pre election polls are correct, and some of them have been, some of not so much, both clinton and trump could emerge from tomorrow's mid atlantic primaries with even stronger leads in their respective races, of course, the pennsylvania delegate situation is rather convoluted even a big trump victory could mean a
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battle over the actual delegate that is would go to the convention. we've all heard ted cruz doing a wonderful job of grabbing delegates even more so than votes. so far we'll see how that place out after the voting tomorrow. iain. >> bruce, thank you. meanwhile clinton's challenger for the democratic nomination bernie sanders also in philadelphia tonight. sanders will hold campaign rally at drexel university starting 8:00 o'clock. this comes after sanders spent part of his day in pittsburgh of the meantime republican candidate governor john kasich made a stop at penrose diner in south philadelphia this morning. reporters hammered the ohio governor about his alliance with fellow republican rival senator ted cruz. about their deal to try and stop donald trump from gaining enough delegates to winter nomination. kasich and cruz made a deal to divvy up the remaining contests by focusing on separate states. you can follow the campaigns on our website at and tomorrow as the primaries results start to come in fine the latest information on our home page. appeals court has rejected
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bill cosby' as tempt to halt his criminal case because he what he called a deck aid old deal not to prosecute him. the pennsylvania superior court ruled monday that the criminal sex assault case against him can proceed. the 78-year-old is facing trial in montgomery county over a 2004 encounter at his home with a then temple university employee. the woman says she was drugged and molested. cosby says they engaged in consensual sex acts. former prosecutor bruce castor has said he promised he would never prosecute cosby and urged thyme testify in the woman's civil lawsuit. the result of that testimony last year led a new prosecutor to arrest him in his deposition cosby acknowledged a series of affairs and he got quaaludes to give the women he hoped to seduce. man is in critical condition after being shot five times in philadelphia's ogontz enabled. it happened just after 12:00 this afternoon on the 5800 block of old york road. witnesses saw a man run into nearby residence. police say he and two other men barricaded themselves inside the
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home for a short time. then all three men were taken into custody just before 1:00 o'clock. developmenting now a string of deadly violence in philadelphia. what set off two deadly shootings, one right after the other in the same neighborhood? one of the shootings happened in front of a candidate for the pennsylvania house of rep tifts. 21-year-old man was shot and killed in the 14 hen dud bloke of vernon road mid afternoon yesterday. police say it happened while the victim was talking to democratic candidate chris rabb. rabb was not hurt and about four hours later works teenagers were shot on temple road one of them died. police are investigating a possible connection between the shootings. >> what we know there's been o on-going dispute between two groups of young men one that lives in that area, one that lives in the logan area. so we're trying to get a hold on the players and start to make some arrests on these jobs. >> police have not said if they have any suspects. rob is out talking about witnessing the horror of shooting what he told our bill
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anderson coming up at 6:00 o'clock. montgomery county church community is struggling to understand how a man was shot and killed during a service yesterday now investigators are looking into how that peaceful service turned deadly. keystone fellowship church. fox 29's jennifer joyce is in north wales tonight with new information. jennifer? >> reporter: iain, good evening. the montgomery county district's office tells us his investigation is on-going. at this point charges have not yet been filed. as we await many answers in this case. the church community begins the grieving process. condolences are pourin pouring n social media sites like facebook in remembrance of 27-year-old robert braxton of montgomeryville shot and killed during a church service at keystone fellowship church in north wales. one woman comments on the church's facebook page saying "my prayers go out first and for most to the braxton family. i'm so sorry for your loss of such a wonderful, loving,
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well-loved son. he was loved by so many people and touched so many lives ". another comment takes us deeper into the moment the shot was fired. "it was very sad and upsetting to me that someone thinks they can bring a gun into our church and it's okay. i was close enough to smell the gunpowder and my ears are ring from the shots going off ". >> keystone fellowship is encouraging its members to come together in prayer tonight at its skippack campus. it will be a private prayer service in light of the tragedy. investigators continue working to determine whether this was a lawful shooting. the shooter who is said to be cooperating with police has a permit to carry a concealed weapon. the victim was unarmed. >> we understand that there was a disturbance in the church and then there was an altercation between these two people and then a shot was fired. >> reporter: montgomery county district attorney kevin steele says the shooting happened during a church service in front of hundreds of people who came
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out for sunday worship. we talked to one braxton's relatives off camera yesterday who said the family is pushing for justice. it's unclear when we'll have an answer as to whether or not charges will be filed in this case. iain? >> jennifer, thank you. a man is shot and kill outside his apartment in southwest philadelphia and now police are looking for the shooter. officers responded to the 8400 block of lindberg boulevard for a report of a person with a gun. when they got there they found 25-year-old anthony molina dead his girlfriend says a man got out of his car near their apartment to throw away some trash and then just started shooting. at this time police do to the have suspect or weapon. deldot has finish work on the two left lanes of i-95 bridge in newark, delaware, but they still have work to do. crews are now setting up markers just before the exit for 896 northbound to begin working on the right two lanes that work is expected to last for four or five hours. beautiful weekend weather spills
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over into your monday as we take live look at wilmington tonight. more clear skies and warm temperatures. how long is this going to last? believe it or not we're tracking a chance for some severe weather. let's check in with meteorologist kathy orr. >> you know when to happens the weather changes behind it. that's exactly what will happen during the course of tomorrow and even into wednesday. as you look at this sky, it is picture perfect a few high cirrus clouds associated with warming in the upper levels of the atmosphere we could warm even above this. so far in philadelphia the high 76. the same in reading. wilmington, allentown, even mt. holly reporting in 75 degrees. in atlantic city at the airport 70 before the sea breeze kick in. right now we're seeing those clear skies, and we'll see them during the evening as well. temperatures still quite warm. the poconos 65. 73 degrees in trenton. right now in atlantic city 65 degrees. but on the boardwalk a much different story only 57. ocean city 62. wildwood 65 and cape may .61.
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so about 14 to 20 degrees cooler down the shore. this evening we'll see temperatures falling. right through the 60s. but it will be mild as we track our next storm system that bring us a threat of severe weather for tomorrow. more on that and the timing coming up later in the broadca broadcast. iain. >> kathy, thank you. you've heard the warnings but apparently things are not getting any better. what experts say you shall be doing to protect young people from those laundry deet jent pods and police say surveillance video at a local store caught a stealth thee thief. he's trying to use stolen credits cards. where they say he got them and how. a soccer fan decides he just can't take it any more and attacks the ref. why this home team probably wasn't too happy with him after this. and coming up at 6:00 many of us can still easily call the sights and sounds going down the shore a year tradition. there's one thing you may not see on the boardwalk this year. we're going to explain.
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across pennsylvania, he's praised as a progressive champion with a record of reform. josh shapiro the democrats most compelling candidate for attorney general. he'll protect seniors from scams and stand up to polluting frackers. he's backed by law enforcement, supported by planned parenthood and he's endorsed by president obama - who says shapiro "represents the next generation of progressive leadership". democrat josh shapiro
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an attorney general...for us china. india. some of the world's worst polluters. as secretary of state, hillary clinton forced them to the table... making real change by laying the groundwork for the historic global agreement
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to combat climate change. as president, hillary will invest in clean energy jobs. on fracking, she'll protect families' health and safety and stand with communities that want to ban fracking, and their right to say "no." because our future depends on getting this right. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. >> in about an hour community meeting will be held in wilmington address the aftermath of a deadly fight that happened on the howard high school of technology last week. it will begin at 6:00 o'clock at stubs elementary. meanwhile classes resumed today for the first time at howard since 16-year-old amy joyner frances died on thursday. police say the girl was involved in a fight with several other female students in a school bathroom but no charges have been announced in connection with her death. we're still waiting on autopsy result. new jersey governor kris tee democratic nominee for the new jersey supreme court has won final approval in the state
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senate. former federal prosecutor was today approved in the democratic led senate by a vote of 32-one. the makeup of the seven member court before his approval includes two democratic nominated justices and four republican picked ones. judge mary catherine cuff has been serving temporarily since 2012. happening now police are looking for a credit card thief who targeted victim in south philadelphia. police say this guy broke into someone's car on oregon avenue and took several things including credit cards. shortly after the guy was spotted on a surveillance camera rah at a wawa using the stolen credit cards. police were hoping someone might recognize this guy and turn him in. heads up for drivers who normally use the burlington-bristol bridge. the bridge will be closed starting tonight for repairs. the closure will be in effect from 9:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. friday. there also be maintenance work done through the weekend. altern in a tiffs include the tacony-palmyra bridge and new
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jersey turnpike bridge. back on the campaign trail vice-president joe biden stumping in philadelphia today for senator ya'll candidate katie mcginn knee. vice-president and mcginty made a stop at mayfair diner. party democrats including vice-president biden and president obama have largely thrown their support behind mcginty or other democratic challengers. the nominee who wins tomorrow's primary will face republican pat toomey in the fall. some are calling tomorrow's pennsylvania primer super tuesday four. some raises could come down to the wire on both sides. lucy noland went inside the numbers of the fox 29 pin savvy poll of tomorrow's biggest races with political analyst matt. >> let's start witness democratic primary for president. hillary clinton is out pacing independent bernie sanders among likely democratic voters 52-41%. what do you think can sanders turn that around? coax his younger supporters to the polls? >> no. he would have to have a massive surge of younger supporters in
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order to pull that off and i just don't see it in the cards. i think we'll see secretary clinton tomorrow night claiming victory in pennsylvania. >> the gop race, trump is lea leading in polls 48 to ted cruz 28% and john kasich's 19%. where do you think cruz is finding the majority of his support? >> well, he finds it in the age range of like the 40 to 50 but basically there's not a lot of massive support for cruz in pennsylvania. once again, donald trump the real issue is will he get over 50% or under 50%. latest polls cbs poll and several other polls and this poll point to him being close to 50%. if he gets to above 50% that may tell us that this merger of kasich running with of course cruz in a sense has they announced today helping each other out might not be going over well with the voters. that's what i'll be watching. >> voters are also decide pennsylvania's democratic primary for senate and that's
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tomorrow, of course. it's a tight one. katie mcginty governor wolf's former of chief racked up big-time endorsements running the ads here including president obama, vice-president biden. right now she is leading former congressman joe sestak 39 to 34%. a lot of ad bites here as well that's with 13% of the voters still undecided. 3% margin of error and it's tomorrow, matt. can this thing really go either way here? >> yes, it can. right now, she's leading him by just a small amount outside the margin of error. she has picked up some momentum. this is the first poll in several weeks quite a long time to show her leading and so when i see the undecided get this high at then% that's very high to have one day to go. that tells me there's some sort of shift taking place among the voters. whether that shift is to her momentum continues or if it's going to shift back again, who knows? very tight race. right now she does seem to have the edge and mow men tunnel. >> you can follow the campaigns on and tomorrow is the primary results start to roll
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you'll fine the latest information on the home page. today philadelphia mayor jim kenney swore in group that helps make sure city hall runs up to its potential. philadelphia integrity officers are a group of people that help department heads meet their responsibilitresponsibilities by and legally these integrity officers will also provide crucial oversight for all non criminal complaints filed against city employees. did law enforcement drop the ball on big gun theft case in rural sullivan county. gun owner with deep ties to philadelphia thinks so and telling his story to fox 29 investigates. jeff cole in the newsroom with a look ahead at his report coming up tonight at 10. >> certainly did tills the story. michael hoffman is a philly guy who bought a couple of acres in rural sullivan county to hunt and fish with his kids. he says it was great place to just below off steam until all his guns were lifted. hoffman came to fox 29 investigates with his story. he says dozens of his weapons remain on the street and he
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lives with the fear that they will will be used to hurt or even kill someone. he says it didn't have to happen that way and claims at one point, prosecutors out in maryland thought that he was the bad guy. >> i was more or less treated like i guess i was a straw buying guns. >> they thought you were the guy who put the guns on the street. >> i didn't put the guns on the street. >> but they were thinking that. >> i would imagine so. or i wouldn't have been called all the way down there. >> they hauled him down to baltimore and talk to him about it a couple of alleged drug dealers showed up with his revolve verse in their pocks. we'll tell you all about that tonight at 10. we hit the road and went to sullivan county to dig into his story and press state and federal investigators for answers in this really odd and somewhat dangerous case. we hope folks will watch as fox 29 investigates this interesting story tonight at 10:00 o'clock. i'm jeff cole in the newsroom. iain, back to you. >> all right, jeff, thanks. look forward to that. kids at our lady of calgary
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school in northeast philly got a kick out of soccer today. true mark financial sponsored a soccer clinic for 100 students. philadelphia union goalie john mccarthy was even on hand to offer a few tips. true mark financial says the students earned today's clinic because of their outstanding awareness of financial literacy. reversal of fortune for patriots star tom brady. he's about sit out a few games. the big decision handed down a short time ago. how do you get a 1200-pound animal out of a canal? very carefully. good amount of creative vol have the how one group made it happen in a rescues that's going viral. a local teacher has found the key to reaching young people and he's doing it through music. the message he wants them to hear.
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modres: the cost of living the pay stays the same. i have to work extra hours just to make ends meet. it's a big struggle. one person that really gets this is katie mcginty. she came from a working-class family. she was ninth of 10 kids. she gets it. she'll fight for equal pay for equal work. katie mcginty will protect social security and medicare. that's why president obama and vice president biden support her, too. she'll make a heck of a senator. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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another american city could be dealing with a case of high lead levels in the drinking water. this time it's tacoma, washington. recently high levels of lead have been found at several hom homes. tacoma water says it's because of an outdated pipe like this called a goose neck that sends water from the mainline to a customer' home. they say potentially toxic goose
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necks might still be in use in 1700 different locations in the city. >> it sounds like it's not every house. it's certain 000 have that connection that is going into the house. after hearing about the problems in tacoma seattle public utilities decided to do some testing of their own. there's going to be more american boots on the ground in syria. president obama making the announcement in germany week after the administration said more troops are also heading to iraq. president obama wants to keep up the momentum against isis. he says u.s. military personnel on the the ground in syria are helping local forces drive militants from key areas and his decision to deploy up to 250 more troops to the country follows their successes. he's urging the leaders of germany, italy, great britain and france to also ramp up their contributions to the fight. tom brady suspension is back on appeals court today restored the nfl's four game suspension.
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brady of course suspended for his involvement in deflate-gate after allegations that footballs were underinflated before a playoff game last year. the second circuit court of new york appeals reversed federal judge's ruling from september. grief turning to anger in delaware counsel community after a school fight leads to the death of a young girl. so what's happening in less than an hour that people hope will make a big change? a piece of history dug up in an oregon yard. the special woman these dog tags belong to and how they found their way back to where they belong. kathy? >> we have a front coming that is going to bring the threat of severe weather and then it's going to stall out keeping rain in our forecast through most of the end of the month. we'll time it out as we get ready for primary day coming up when we come back.
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joe sestak supports a plan that the new york timesfactreported makes cuts to social security benefits. and the plan raises the retirement age. it's true. the a.a.r.p. opposed the plan, citing dramatic cuts to medicare benefits. the plan sestak supports means higher out-of-pocket costs
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for millions on medicare. any way you spin it, the truth about sestak is gonna hurt. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. ♪ >> here's live look at absecon after a warm weekend we are enjoying a warm monday. but we're already tracking our next chance for some severe weather. meteorologist kathy orr will have those details coming up in your fox 29 weather authority. presidential candidates are campaigning in pennsylvania and delaware today. in a last ditch effort for votes in tomorrow's presidential primary elections, campaign events throughout the states start the early this morning. republican donald trump and democrat hillary clinton lead the polls ahead of tomorrow's election. investigators are trying to figure out how a peaceful sunday church service in montgomery county turned deadly. 27-year-old robert braxton was shot at the keystone fellowship
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church in north wales. the church is holding a private prayer service tonight at skippack campus. the question investigators are trying to figure out if this was a lawful shooting. the shooter is cooperating with police. just four days after a delaware high school student died after a fight on campus the community will meet tonight in wilmington. dave schratwieser is live at stubs elementary school leaders are set to address the tragedy. dave? >> reporter: iain, parents and community members already arriving here this is set to kick off around 6:00 o'clock tonight. the meeting is being sponsored by city councilman door i didn't say brown a graduate of howard high school. he's here tonight. he wants to join with the community and try to begin the healing process after the death of 16-year-old amy francis joyner last thursday morning in a girl's bathroom inside the high school. now, the investigation into her death is still underway by local police and state police as they try to come to a conclusion on that. the medical examiner has yet to release the cause of death in
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this situation but tonight's meeting is expected to be community members, parents and city leaders talking about how to deal with the tragedy, how to improve safety in around the school. a few moments ago, we spoke with a parent michelle booker. her daughter jade is a sophomore here at howard. >> what happened was really a big deal. i'm not trying to take from that because that was awful tragedy that happened, but howard high school is really a good school. it really is. they have good teachers there. my daughter is doing good in school. you know, so it was an isolated incident. but it was a sad tragedy. >> reporter: now, we also talked to her daughter who told us the same story. she said today was the first day back at school. students were still upset this morning. they had counselors on hand to help them out. this meeting is expected to be well attend and we'll have the very latest on meeting to night coming up at 10:00. iain? >> all right, dave, thank you. all right. back to your fox weather authority now. okay.
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so little chilly early we woke up early a little chilly by time i got early afternoon it was beautiful outside. >> oh, yeah shed the coat. took the kids to school in a fleece. >> it was little chilly. but then beautiful. >> nice out there right now. as we look outside right outside our window this is what it look like. >> gorgeous. >> are we lucky or what to have this view. >> you can see the trees rea rey popping of course for our allergy sufferers not terrific but it is sure a pretty sight and temperatures are still warming even at this dinner hour. 76 in philadelphia. that's the high so far. winds out of the west southwest at about 9 miles an hour. expect a little bit more of a wind today to boost those temperatures but still can't complain. pottstown 74. 73 in trenton you can see the green right here that cooler contour with the sea breeze so atlantic city it's 65. but that is 9 miles inland at the airport. when you're right on the boardwalk it is a tad cooler with temperatures only in the 50s. you can see the 40s in canada. also upstate new york. some 50's. the good news is those are going to stay there for now but
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temperatures will be falling again this week. high pressure drifts offshore. so tomorrow another warm day and then this front will be moving through. we expect showers and thunderstorms as this area of low pressure moves right over the delaware valley. so when you look at the severe threat, we will be under an enhanced risk that means there will be a chance of some thunderstorms that produce possibly damaging winds. there could be some small hail as well. there could be a severe thunderstorm watch or warning posted tomorrow afternoon or evening. as we go hour by hour, you can see a mainly clear sky through the evening. overnight a few passing showers possible to the north and west. then by tuesday morning, looks like we'll see some sun. we'll warm it up a bit. the clouds roll in. possibly a few morning showers but the main event is in the afternoon and the dinner hour for the evening rush. so if you hear those rumbles of thunder if you're at soccer practice or lacrosse practice and you hear it, make sure you get everyone back inside in the cars because these could be packing a punch.
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you can see by the 6:00 o'clock hour moving right through the i-95 corridor. and then extending into south jersey. northern and western suburbs 4:00 o'clock, 5:00 o'clock the storms will be rumbling through and they move through south jersey and clear the coast by about 8:00 o'clock. but late afternoon early evening showers and thunderstorms. so the morning rush, no impact with the weather or forgetting out the vote but by the late afternoon and the evening, a high impact with heavy rain gusty winds and some strong to severe storms possible. in the city overnight, 60 degrees. so a really nice night to be outside. even in the late evening hours. the suburbs we're down to 55. increasing clouds. very mild. winds out of the south. during the day tomorrow, a pleasant day especially in the morning. lehigh valley we can see a morning shower. high temperature going for 80 degrees. some afternoon showers and storms. the key hours once again between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. you can see the wind out of the west 10 to 15 but gusting to 25 miles an hour. so tomorrow, the warmest day of
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the week and then wednesday we go blow normal. thursday well below normal. with some spots in the 50s. friday still below average and we end the month possibly right around normal. on the exclusive fox 29 weather authority, seven day forecast, get out the vote tomorrow. get it out early the weather will be fine. the high temperature 80. we'll give 87. wednesday an eight, sun, cooler, mid 60s. little bit breezy but a pleasant day. that front wants to come back. does not want to leave the delaware valley. so thursday chance of showers. cooler. friday chance of some showers, some clouds only in the morning. and then saturday we dry it out. sunday looks pleasant and another storm brewing for monday. we the ms walk over the weekend. so that should be very pleasant weather for that. >> weather looks perfect for that. >> yup. enjoy it. >> kathy, thank you. so how do you get a 1200-pound animal out of a canal? very carefully. with a good amount of creativi creativity. how one group just made it happen and a rescue that's going viral.
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and this soccer fan decides he can't take it any more and attacks the ref. >> oh, no. >> why his home team probably wasn't too happy with him after all of this and coming up at 6:00atv's and dirt bikes off the streets and in police custody in one local neighborhood. the scary thing that happened when officers first showed up and how one of them got hurt. happening now, at west chester university, take look at this big crowd gathering after republican presidential frontrunner donald trump gave a speech skyfox is live on the campus. we'll of course stay on top of this for you throughout the newscast.
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that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities r their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. modres: the cost of living the pay stays the same. i have to work extra hours just to make ends meet. it's a big struggle. one person that really gets this is katie mcginty. she came from a working-class family. she was ninth of 10 kids. she gets it. she'll fight for equal pay for equal work. katie mcginty will protect social security and medicare.
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that's why president obama and vice president biden support her, too. she'll make a heck of a senator. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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♪ the ohio attorney general' office says the last autopsy of eight slain family members is now underway. authorities are scrambling to determine who killed the eight
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last week in slayings that have shaken residents of their rural southern ohio community. investigators say they found marijuana operations at three of the crime scenes but they didn't zoo say if the deaths were linked to the marijuana. soccer match gets way out of control in turkey. fan rushes on the field and attacks a referee. the home team was down in the last few minutes of the game which might have started this fan reaction but it didn't work because officials suspended the game. rescuers in florida had their hands full trying to rescue a horse from a canal on sunday. officials say the 1200-pound animal became spooked and ran right into the canal. this is near miami. so the person who was riding the horse had to jump off to avoid going into the canal herself. she and a friend kept the horse's head above water until help could get there. >> if she hadn't gotten off that horse we probably would have had two victims the horse and her being thrown from the horse into the canal. >> the animal had no major injuries. was later released to its owner.
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logo for the 2020 tokyo summer olympics has been revealed after filtering through thousands of entries selection committee unveiled the winning design for the games. it's indigo blue rectangular ships represent different countries, cultures and ways of thinking designer japanese artist says the pattern was created to incorporate the message unity in diversity. logo has corresponding design for the para olympic games. it was a surfing trip to remember when a shark took a bite from this teen. he's thankful he survived but he's actually lucky -- more lucky than he first realized. a piece of history dug up in oregon yard. the special woman these dog tags belong to and how they found their way back to where they belong. howard? >> all right. i've got a question to ponder. when are athletes going to grow up mentally and think for themselves? now the eagles have another who is letting his agent manipulate him. the latest sam bradford who says he wants to be traded. but is it really sam that's
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saying that? i'll run it all down coming up in sports. do you think when you are president you'll be paid as... much 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.
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modres: the cost of living the pay stays the same. i have to work extra hours just to make ends meet. it's a big struggle. one person that really gets this is katie mcginty. she came from a working-class family. she was ninth of 10 kids. she gets it.
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turning to your health now a laundry room danger accidental poisons from laundry detergent packets are on the rice. swallowing that detergent is dangerous can't even be deadly. tonight some experts say more needs to be done to protect your children. fox's clark powell has that story. >> reporter: soon after being introduced in the us market thousands of serious incidents involving children and laundry detergent packets forced manufacturers to make changes. they replaced clear containers with opaque ones and made them
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harder for children to open. but new study shows during 2013 and 14, there were more than 22,000 incidents in children younger than six. an increase of 17%. >> these children have come in in coma. they've stopped breathing. we've even have had two deaths in the last i don't two years due to exposure to laundry detergent package. >> reporter: dr. larry smith led the study he look at both packets and traditional forms. when children bite down on pacts they burst shooting a tack sick mix into a child's throat. they were associated with more serious medical out comes, more hospitalizations and more breathing failure than other types of detergents as well as two child's deaths. >> those concentrated chemicals can cause serious burns if it gets down the lung it can cause severe damage. it also when it's absorbed can cause effects on the brain. >> reporter: experts say parents of young children should avoid using laundry detergent packets altogether but if they
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do use them, store them high out of sight and out of reach in a locked cabinet. >> some of the the manufacturers have actually moved to make a detergent containers less accessible to children. but what we found was in fact the number of expose insures have continued to increase. >> reporter: nationwide children's hospital clark powell reporting. >> some demonstrators in san francisco on hunger strike tonight to protest the use of excessive force by the citi' police force and demonstrators say they will not end that protest until the city's police chief steps down. after four days without food, there is fatigue, confusion, cramps and headaches but they will not give up. >> i mean ultimate sacrifice that one can do for a cause that they believe in. >> this is serious. and we are putting our live on the line. >> the strikers they are bolstered by supporters and the supplies people bring them to keep them hydrated and comfortable and they haven't heard from the police department yet but they hope to start
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dialogue soon. ohio officers mourning the loss of one of their own get unbelievable surprise. the officers had just attended a funeral service for a swat officer who was gunned down on the job. after the funeral the nine officers decided to grab some lunch and they went to pay their 123 bill waitress jessica dunbar decided to give back to the officers by paying for them. on the receipt she wrote, i can't imagine the day you've all had. let alone what you go through every day. i hope your days get better so much respect. >> everybody at the table basically started crying. there wasn't a dry eye there. >> i just wanted to do something nice honestly. i mean, i don't know how it feels to be in that situation, and, you know, i just wanted to make their day just a little bit better. did what i can. >> she did. the waitress' father is also a retired policeman. florida surfer's worst fear came true over the weekend while catching a wave he also caught the attention of a shark. fox's tiffany teasely has the
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lucky teen who got away. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: we were there as 15-year-old kell ton beard all got his ankle bandaged by his older brother atlantic beach teen recovers from a shark bite. >> it bit me and i couldn't tell whether i stepped on a shell or something. but then after it bit me the first time, it bit me another time and the second time it bit me, it really hurt. and i thought like it bit me whole foot off. >> reporter: he tells us while he was in the water at new smyrna beach saturday evening did he a trick on his surfboard and his foot came down on the shark. he says the shark bit down and his achilleas heel. he tried to walk back to shore but he couldn't. so a stranger pulled him out. >> if he wasn't l i would have just been laying there like screaming for somebody to come get me because i couldn't walk, and my mom' cars was so far down the beach, like, i couldn't get there. >> reporter: paramedics responded and kell ton was
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transported to the hospital. his family is extremely grateful for that good samaritan. >> if it wasn't for that guy, the random dude, i'm sure my brother would have lost a lot more blood and had probably more damage because he probably would try and walk on it. which would cause more damage. >> reporter: kell ton whose been surfing for four years had to get stitches and won't be able to surf for at least a few months. but he says he's just grateful that it wasn't worse. >> i just so thankful it didn't get my whole tendon and didn't get my foot. i mean, when i look and saw i still had my foot i was so hap happy. >> kell ton is so lucky he won't actually need any surgery on his road to recovery. sometimes it's nice to dress up gosh out to dinner but restaurant in london wants to you dress down, way down. the bun yacht at a london's naked restaurant has awaiting list of 16,000 people. it features candlelit diners, edible couture and changing
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rooms and lockers. no photography is allowed. owner say the restaurant is designed to allow people to have a night out without any impurities like chemicals. electricity or clothes. and no phones are allowed so there's nothing else to do but focus on your food, your date and the ambiance but there's also a clothed section. local teacher found the key to reaching young people and he's doing it through music. message he want them to hear. coming up a at 6:00atv's dirt bikes off the streets and in police custody in one local neighborhood. the scary thing that happened when officers first showed up and how one of them got hurt. and many of us can easily call the sights and sounds that make going down the shore yearly tradition. one thing you may not see on the boardwalk this summer.
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modres: the cost of living the pay stays the same. i have to work extra hours just to make ends meet. it's a big struggle. one person that really gets this is katie mcginty. she came from a working-class family. she was ninth of 10 kids. she gets it. she'll fight for equal pay for equal work. katie mcginty will protect social security and medicare. that's why president obama and vice president biden support her, too.
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she'll make a heck of a senator. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> week after uncovering dog tags in their backyard two oregon brothers were able to track down and return them to the soldier's family. dog tags belonged to a woman named mary, she enlisted back in 1442 in the woman's army core. she passed away six years ago. she did not have kids but she did have nieces and a nephew. now, they're happy to have special momento of their aunt. >> it's not the kind of thing
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you leave laying around. >> we'll never know. i'll keep digging. i got more bushes to plant. >> mary's family members have no idea how her dog tags wound up in someone else's yard. a local teacher seems to have cracked a code that is alluded so many. how to reach and engage children. he's doing it through my sick. fox 29's photojournalist bill rohrer has the story. >> we were once slaves in egypt and now err were free. >> engaging a group of students at mainline reform temple in wynneward may be difficult. >> got to get traveling music going. >> maybe if you're not not a rock star like levy. ♪ >> ross is the temple's director of youth engage many. ♪ >> everybody. >> i think jewish music is very much a lime it's knot something that's outdat outdated but someg that's living. i'm doing it for them.
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i'm writing music they'll be excite bowed their judy i and see how it's a life. >> this is writ all happens. >> reporter: his office is where the music comes to life. iphone and computer ross creates music videos. ♪ >> reporter: set around jewish holidays. ♪ report. >> now we're starting to get away from the main stream holidays like hanukkah and passover. this year we did video for andy grammar's honey i'm good. ♪ >> it's celebrated during the 15th day of the jewish month of shabatt. >> we have group that just plays cards then wanted to be in the video, too. >> reporter: it's the holiday known as the new year for trees. >> wanted to put something out and spread a little holiday joy and that was it. i mean it's just taken off. ♪ >> reporter: you can see his
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videos on youtube and facebook. >> really nice to hear when i have the elderly congregants coming i want to be in the vid video. my grandson is in it. i want to be in it, too. it's really nice. >> it doesn't have to be old school. it doesn't have to be lame. ♪ >> it can be something you bum in that your car. it can be something that's exciting. it's positive messages. it's set in our heritage. all about judy i and it's relevant to them today. >> way to go, guys. >> reporter: in wynnewood, bill rohrer fox 29 news. >> ♪ tonight at 6:00 news bill cosby and his lawyers did not want to hear. an appeal reject why the comedian could be back in montgomery county courtroom sooner than expected on the eve of super tuesday, number four, the presidential candidates are making sure people in our area hear their message. they're surprising targets as voters get ready to head to polls tomorrow. ♪ >> live from center city in
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philadelphia, this is fox 29 news at 6:00. right now at 6:00 trying to make sense of shocking violence much police on the scene soon after a 21-year-old was shot and killed in philadelphia's cedarbrook neighborhood. it happened a that is man was talking to candidate for the pennsylvania house of representatives and the violence did not end there. good evening, i'm iain page. lucy noland is on assignment today. the candidates spoke to fox 29 about witnessing a truly horrific act. our bill anderson in the newsroom tonight with what he said. bill? >> reporter: iain, candidate chris rabb and his team were out on the campaign trail on sunday just talking to potential vote voters, when things took a really scary turn. a young man was interested in politics and wanted to work with their campaign sadly he never got a chance. >> took a piece of my literature and i said to my -- my teammate, i said, get his information because we want him on our team. i go inside the corner store to
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finish putting up the poster and shortly after that, i hear a gunshot. >> reporter: unfortunately, violence in philadelphia happens all too often. but rarely is it as brazen as the murder in broad daylight in cedarbrook sunday in front of a candidate for the pennsylvania house of representatives. >> i go outside and i see that same young man on his back with blood pouring out of his head. >> reporter: chris rabb is a professor, author and candidate and had just spoken to 21-year-old alex cherry about volunteering for his campaign when a man walked up and shot cherry in an apparent excution. >> and then i hear get down, get down! second series of gunshots. because apparently he came back to make sure that this young man was dead. >> reporter: in sitting down and talking to rabb, he's obviously shaken by what happened and trying to come to terms with feeling as if you've reached someone just minutes too


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