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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
late to possibly help them. >> when you see a young man not a cardboard character, not a two dimensional figure, not a stereotype, but a real human being flesh and blood, his name and phone number were in my friend's phone, he was going to be our newest member. >> reporter: police believe that the shooting may be gang related because another young man was similarly murdered hours later and blocks away. like with so many of these cases the police are now looking for some help to get these killers off the streets. iain, in another scary twist, rabb's own young children were supposed to be with him but went on weekend trip at the last minute. they would have have been there when it all happened. as scary as this was he told me it reinforces for all of us how important it is to do something about all the violence on our streets. police need our help. if we know anything we need to call them. >> absolute, bill. thank you. a horrific crash on the
pennsylvania turnpike skyfox was over the scene in the eastbound lanes near feasterville trevose. you can see a tractor trailer on its side. police say a car was under that truck and several people were inside the car. at least one person in the car died. the truck's driver is in the hospital. we don't know yet what caused the crash and of course drivers in that area should expect some delays. in you decide tonight the big day is almost here. tomorrow voters in pennsylvania and delaware will head to the polls to vote in their respective primaries many of the presidential candidates are in our area making sure those voters remember their names. our bruce gordon is live in west chester university tonight where gop front frontrunner drum many spoke earl yes today. bruce. >> reporter: that rally iain wrapped up around 5:00 o'clock. the moat cater for donald trump came by just right back behind me here just about 20 minutes or so ago. it's been a wild day on the campaign trail ahead of so-called mid atlantic primaries with both hillary clinton and donald trump leading both their respective races in terms of
delegates and leading in the pre election polling in pennsylvania and in delaware. but the two candidates well they set their sights on very different targets as they address their fans in our area today. enthusiastic crowd packed the queen theater in wilmington to hear secretary clinton the supportesupporters know delawart the main event among tuesday's mid atlantic primaries but they like being noticed. >> i mean we're very close to philadelphia but we're not. we're all right own city. we're all right own state. and we have our own votes. >> reporter: mrs. clinton soundesound very much like a cae who has already captured the democratic nation. she never mentioned bernie sanders by name. instead, saved her ham a many munition for the republican front runners on foreign policy, for example. >> i listened to what trump and cruz say and a lot of what they say is not only offensive it's dangerous. >> reporter: clinton tax waged mostly along class lines
assuring her supporters that she supports the middle class. >> they want to slash taxes on the wealthy more than they ever have been. i want to raise taxes on the wealthy so they are paying their share and supporting our count country. >> reporter: later student protesters barbed mr. trump ahead of his appearance at the west chester university. far larger was the crowd of trump supporters both fellow students and older fans. >> he's speaking from his march. he's speaking what he wants. he's not being bought or sold for anyone. >> you like that. >> i like that much he's an honest man for his part mr. trump all but ignored mrs. clinton instead training his fire on gop rivals ted cruz and john kasich. who now made they'll taylor their cam paper schedules specifically to deny trump the delegates he needs for a first ballot win at the republican convention. >> millions and millions of votes more than lying ted, millions and millions of votes more than one and 42 kasich i call him now one and 42, because
he has one win and i think they said 42 losses. that's a lot. we're moving along pretty rapidly but he has a lot of losses. >> reporter: both clinton and trump are expecting big days with the voters tomorrow. but for trump especially the delegate count in pennsylvania could get tricky. it's rather did you czar business zen teen system in pennsylvania for delegate accumulation and we've seen some problems for the trump campaign in the past. especially with regard to ted cruz. so it will be very interesting to see whether cruz -- whether delegates for trump equal his votes it has not happened in the past. we'll see if he's got that system down now to where he gets the delegates he believes he deserves from his total vote count. iain. >> it will be interesting, bruce, thank you. meanwhile senator bernie sanders also in philadelphia tonight sands will hold campaign rally at drexel university starting 8:00 o'clock. this comes after sanders spent part of his day in pittsburgh. and republican candidate governor john kasich made a stop at penrose diner in south philadelphia this morning.
reporters though hammered the ohio governor about his alliance with fellow republican rival senator ted cruz and about their deal to try and stop donald trump from gaining enough delegates to win the nomination. kasich and cruz made a deal to divvy up the remaining contests by focusing on separate states. you can follow the campaigns on fox29.com. and tomorrow as the results start to roll n you can fine the latest information on the home page also live on tv on the fox 29 news at 10:00 and we've got special coverage for you beginning at 11:00 p.m. appeals court has reject bill cosby's attempt to halt his criminal case because of what he called a decade old deal not to prosecute him. pennsylvania superior court rule monday the criminal sex assault against cosby can go forward. 78-year-old is facing trial in montgomery county over a 2004 encounter at his home with a then temple university employee. the woman said she was drugged and molested. cosby says they had consensual sex. former prosecutor bruce castor
has said he promised he would never prosecute cosby and urged him to testify in the woman's civil lawsuit. the release of that testimony last year led a new prosecutor to arrest him in the deposition cosby did acknowledge a series of affairs and said he got quaaludes to give to women that he hoped to seduce. beautiful monday in your fox 29 weather authority. here's live look at read to go night. just a beautiful day to get outside today. tomorrow, though, could be a little bit different story. we're tracking some possible severe weather let's check in with meteorologist kathy orr. >> you know the temperatures will be warming up as well tomorrow. even warmer than today and that will help to set off some showers and some strong to severe storms. today's high temperatures running about 10 degrees above normal. in philadelphia reading and allentown mid 70s. the same in wilmington and mt. holly. atlantic city reporting in a high of 70 degrees at the airport cooler down the shore. you can see inland, lots of 70s poconos 64. atlantic city right now at the airport 65. but look at our coastal zones. much cooler.
hammonton 75. the boardwalk in atlantic city 58. this is only 20 miles but almost 20 degrees temperature differential. the this evening temperatures will be falling into the 60s. but not that much further with some clouds rolling in and strong southerly winds. we have a front that will be moving in and this is going to be hanging around through the end of the month. that means some showers and storms coming our way and we'll stay in and out of that rain through the work week. so coming we'll talk about when temperatures will make it to 80. primarily rain will time it out for you for tomorrow and that severe weather threat i'll see i was little bit later in the broadcast. iain. >> kathy, thanks. now to developing story that we're continue to go follow out of montgomery county. investigators are trying to figure out if a shooting inside a local church was legal. meanwhile the family of the victim is left waiting for answers for from prosecutors. fox 29's jennifer joyce is in norristown tonight with more. jennifer? >> reporter: good evening, iain. as a community continues to
mourn the death of robert braxton the montgomery county district attorney's office continues to dig for answers just moments ago i did speak with coroner's office who confirmed that braxton died of multiple gunshot wounds. one man is dead and his family is looking for justice. police say 27-year-old robert braxton of montgomeryville shot once in the chest during a sunday morning service at keystone fellowship church in north wales. the montgomery county district's office is interviewing witnesses and gathering every bit of evidence before deciding whether to file charges. police have not named the shooter but say he's cooperating with police. the da confirms that the man had a permit to carry a concealed weapon and says he fired the shot after a fight broke out between him and the victim. the victim was unarmed. we're going to have to determine whether the shooting was justified under the law. we are still interviewing
witnesses. >> church community is expressing its grief on its facebook page. many members offered condolences to braxton's family. all were invited invited by paso attend a private prayer service tonight. he stated in part "my heart is deeply burdened for the two families whose lives were changed in an instant. and for our church family individually and collectively as we grapple with the shock and pain of it all. we need healing. we need the piece and comfort of god like never before ". >> reporter: church members are invited to a private prayer service tonight it's happening at the church's skippack location at 7:00 o'clock. iain? >> jennifer, thank you. three people out of their home after a fire tour through their house this afternoon. fire crews responded just before 1:30 to the row home on the 2300 block of north colorado street in north philadelphia. firefighters were able to get the fire under control. the red cross is now assisting
the residents who are out of their homes tonight. atv'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. and many of us can easily call to mine the sights and sounds that made going down the shore a yearly tradition. but there's one thing you may not see on the border walk this year. we're going to explain. howard? >> sam bradford causing the eagles front office some headaches and how much does it hurt bradford as the leader? and justice finally served in the tom brady flate
gate situation. all that coming up in sports.
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burlington-bristol bridge. that bridge will start closing tonight for repairs. the closures will be in effect from 9:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. on friday also manet negligence work done through the weekend alternatives include the tacony-palmyra bridge and the new jersey turnpike bridge. police in wilmington took eight people into custody and seized 18atv's yesterday after residents complained reckless drivers officers observed the riders driving recklessly but didn't pursue them because of their erratic driving but little while later they were seen entering a storage facility where officers stopped them one of them decided to put up a fight and struggled with the officers. despite the scare officers got the upper hand. that man and an officer were treated for minor injuries. vice-president joe biden stumping in philadelphia today. but it wasn't for one of the candidates running for preside president. vice-president and democratic senate candidate katie mcginty made a stop at mayfair diner this afternoon. vice-president biden and president obama have largely
thrown their support behind mcginty over other democratic challengers. the nominee who wins tomorrow's senate primary will face republican pat toomey in the fall. if you're looking forward to riding your hoverboard down the shore, think carefully. wildwood officials are considering banding hover boards on the boardwalk. officials fear the insurance liability and the risk of fire on the wooden span. the town is expected to consider an ordinance this week we'll let you know what happens. back to your fox 29 weather authority now. >> we are looking at a beautiful evening and i'm just looking at the boardwalk dreaming of those beautiful summer days and it's not going to be long now, iain. as you look at old city philadelphia plenty of sunshine out there just great day to be outside. temperatures pretty warm. the high for the day 76 that's where we are right now. winds out of the southwest at just 8 miles an hour. it's 64 in the poconos. 64 in willed wood and in between a lot of 70s you can see some cooler air through upstate new york and new england.
some 50s and some 40s. we'll be seeing some of that weather but not just yet. watch high pressure move off the coast. still with a warm flow of air during the day tomorrow. but some showers and thunderstorms move in the afternoon with this area of low pressure and frontal boundaries talking about showers and thunderstorms and even the risk of severe weather. 47 million people in the pam of this end hasn'ted risk so during the afternoon tomorrow, some damaging winds are possible even small hail throughout the delaware valley. now, right now, we're just looking at the window between about 4:00 and 7:00 p.m. for your tuesday. so you can get out the vote early in the morning no problems. some early morning showers well to the north and west. tuesday still some brace break in the clouds we will be seeing some sunshine. and then during the afternoon, we see a clouding up a bit and then some showers and storms moving through. so northern our western suburbs by 4:00 o'clock, i-95 corridor five to six by 8:00 p.m. down the shore and clearing the shore by 8:30 or so.
then dry conditions in the wake of that. for morning commute, no issues. but by the afternoon and evening, the storms will have a high impact on the evening rush. so please keep that in mind could be a slow go in some spots. in the city overnight, looking for a low temperature of 60 degrees. in the suburbs 55. so staying mild pretty much everywhere with warm winds out of the south. clouds will be on the increase and a few showers during the early morning hours especially through the lehigh valley and to the north and west. during the day tomorrow the high 80 degrees, a mix of sun and clouds. you will notice the humidity will be high as well. so feeling a lot mr. like summ summer. and late afternoon early evening with showers, thunderstorms, once again gusty winds even some hail associated with these storms. so if you hear that rumble of thunder, make sure you get everyone inside until the storms pass. you can see winds will be gusty as well during the day tomorrow. temperatures rise well above the normal high of 67. and then cooling down through the rest of the week it won't be feeling like summer then but
take look at the seven day forecast. during the day tomorrow get out the vote no weather issues until late in the afternoon. the high 80 degrees. wednesday cooler, breezy, 66. thursday, touching 60 with some showers. in the suburbs only in the 50s, howard. howard likes that day. friday, look at temperatures. that will be in the 60s as well. 65. below average. saturday we have the ms walk looks nice. sunday looks nice as well. another storm heads our way on monday. by then, we are into the month of may. do you believe it? >> i know. >> came quick. >> it did. i'm ready for it. i'll tell that you. >> touching 60s. >> just barely touching 60. >> you joke. >> i see no computer here today. i was already without that. >> i'm survive. >> i'm looking out for you. >> thank you. >> tom brady if people only new tom brady will finally face the penalty he should have faced last season. what went down in court coming up and sam bradford all of a sudden is changed his tune from
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♪ the nfl draft is thursday but now the drama for the eagles is more than what quarterback the eagles will take in the first round. now sam bradford has requested a trade because the eagles will select a quarterback of the future. but from what i'm hearing, is it really bradford the agent i hear is the one pushed this request. when will players not be bullied by their agent? but bradford is the one that should tell the agent hey, pal, you are working for me and i have 36 million coming to me in two years. the eagles will not trade him. bradford is the one that will only hurt himself if he misses any of the voluntary cams which he says he will. or the agent does. and he can't miss the mandatory ones or he gets fined. as the quarterback he has to be the leader and this is not what leader does. i know he may be annoyed and just last week he said he doesn't worry about who the eagles draft. >> i learned a long time ago to stay away from all that stuff, you know, it's not the first time that, you know, i've gone
through a situation like this, um, you know, i think i learned a long time ago not to worry about anything i can't control. >> really? okay. sometimes justice is served and cheaters should always pay the price in sports. the four game suspension tom brady weasel his way out of last season when judge richard berman incorrectly overturned the rul ruling was collectively bargained and then brady was set free. today the united states second court of the appeals rule the four game suspension for deflate-gate will be back! yes. brady broke the rules and cheated and the nfl conditioner roger goodell had every right by collectively bargained agreement that he could rule as the arbitrator and so brady gets the four game suspension. see ya, just spend more time with gentlemen gel. the flyers are trying to recover from that playoff loss but also the gm ron hextall has to look what this team needs to have a chance. first the flyers need a real score at the wink.
one goal game won't make it. they need to figure out if steve mason is your goaltender or is it michael neuvirth flyers fans are happy with a six game seri series. reality says they were out played in five of the six games by the cap. they're going to win a stan cup it won't happen for few years if they do they got to improve in a few areas and sam bradford, give me break, pal. >> come on. >> man up. >> be sure to join us tonight for the fox 29 news at 10:00. surveillance video shows a truck crashing down trapped in we'll well as 17-year-old boy who just happens to be walking by that helped get that truck off the teen's head. we'll see you right back here at 10:00v a great night. inside edition is up next.
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