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count guilty verdicts. kane left court about an hour ago escaping the glare of the need ya cameras for a back door at the montgomery county courthouse. pennsylvania's first female attorney general now a convicted felon. the state's top prosecutor found guilty on all charges. two felony counts of perjury and seven other misdemeanor counts of abuse of power. now prosecutors say kane leaked grand jury testimony about criminal investigations then lied about it to cover it up. they claim kane tried to plant a newspaper story to get revenge on a rival prosecutor. now the jury of six men, six women, deliberated for about 4.5 hours before announcing the verdict. montgomery county prosecutors say the guilty verdict sends a message. >> it seemed we had somebody who felt that she was above the law, and that's not the case because no one is above the law, and 12
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people came in here and showed otherwise. >> verdict conviction on all counts crushing below. i'm not going to say otherwise we have not lost our resolve. we will continue this litigation. we will continue this fight because we believe that our client has been wrongfully -- wrongfully accused. >> reporter: now, kane now faces sentencing which should happen in the next 90 days. she could face up to seven years in prison although montgomery county prosecutors have yet to say whether or not they will seek prison time for kathleen kane. the other big question tonight, will she resign from her post? her attorney says that question will be quote sorted out in the next few days. iain, lucy? >> chris, thank you. governor tom wolf released a statement tonight that reads in part "i implore attorney general kathleen kane dodd what is
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right. put the commonwealth's residents first and step down from office ". dangerous even deadly heat keeps its hold on our area. here's a live look at wilmington right now where we are still above 80 degreesth this heat wave could last for several more days. >> people outside doing everything they can to stay cool as temperatures climbed into the mid 90s. while live radar shows storms popping up tonight. and word tonight that a fourth person has died because of this extreme heat. >> officials want to you take this heat very seriously. it only takes few minutes outside to break a sweat. we found these people out tonight in center city enjoying their slight i mean slight cool down from today. let's get right over to fox 29 meteorologist kathy orr tracking this heat. kathy. >> iain, we have showers and thunderstorms popping up most of them in places like chester county, delaware county. you saw our chris o'connell witness umbrella. light rain even in norristown and this is all heading toward philadelphia. pockets of heavy rain moving through the region during the
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overnight and possibly through the morning. through marple, chester, woolwich and piles grove right now in new jersey and all this moving toward the east into philadelphia, gloucester and also glassboro. so this is just the beginning additional heat and humidity expected overnight and tomorrow. 85 in philadelphia. 83 in dover. it is 81 degrees in pottstown. it feels like it's still about into in philadelphia. 89 in dover. so more humid conditions expected tomorrow as excessive heat warning will continue for the philadelphia area and its suburbs it will feel like it's around 102 to 105 tomorrow afternoon as more humidity moves in with a warm front. come tomorrow morning waking up with temperatures well into the 70s morning low in philadelphia 76 degrees. so coming up we'll talk more about the weather we expect tomorrow. the slight risk of severe weather for a part of the regi region. we will finally get a break in the humidity and, of course, the weekend forecast never too early to think about the weekend. i'll see you later in there
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broadcast with the seven day forecast. dawn? >> all right. kathy. remember, the city has set up a heat lifeline to help you if you are having trouble in these extreme temperatures. health department nurses and manning the phones to assist any heat related problems. number is (215)765-9040. you'll also find all the information you need on moving life right now to allentown, make sure you're prepared with the weather. with the fox 29 weather app you can see live radar and get alerts sent to your cell phone search for it in the apple and google play stores. philadelphia police have caught one of two men behind a string of robberies of asian businesses in philadelphia. investigators say the spree started months back and they're focus tracking down the other guy they say is behind the crimes. fox 29's dave schratwieser in west philadelphia tonight with details. dave? >> reporter: iain, sources tell us tonight that the fbi may be considering filing charges federal charges against these
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suspects in this case. in the meantime, family and friends of one of the suspects still on the loose are using social media tonight urging him to turn himself in. it's a crime spree that has shaken the asian business community. more than a dozen home invasion robberies caught on camera and now even with one suspect behind bars, store owners like jay ming chin are still worried because a second suspect anthony campbell is still on the loose. >> i'm very very scared. >> still afraid because one guy not been caught. >> reporter: campbell and norman bowen are accused of being the suspects in spree of home invasion robberies of asian business owners dating back to may. bowen was picked up on probation violation last week but campbell is still on the streets. his family and friends now peppering facebook with comments urging campbell to turn himself in. >> would you like to see him turn himself in? >> yes.
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>> surrender? >> yes. >> reporter: one post said turn yourself in before they use fatal force. another said, do the right thing and turn yourself in. and yet another said, son, do the right thing. i don't want nothing bad to happen. i love you. >> you want him locked up. >> uh-huh. >> she wants to make sure they don't hurt anybody glimpse campbell appears to respond monday afternoon to policing urging him to surrender to i am tomorrow i'm not going to sit in the distract but i love ya'll and thank ya'll for your suppo support. kim e-mailed and tech the suspect's photos to all this fellow asian business owners. >> i told any store they the two people. i saw them -- sent it to all of my friends. >> all of the home invasion robberies were at gun point. philadelphia police are expected to hold a news conference related to this case tomorrow. in the meantime, if you have any information on the whereabouts of anthony campbell, you can call southwest detectives. iain? >> all right, dave, thanks. in center city a 78-year-old
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woman has died after police say she was hit by a car. it happened around 2:30 at the intersection of 15th and locust. police say the woman was in the crosswalk when she was hit. medic rushed her to jefferson hospital where she died. police say the driver of that car did stay on the scene. we are following developing news tonight out of milwaukee, wisconsin. that's where police are hoping to prevent a third straight night of violent demonstrations in that city's north side. milwaukee's mayor issued a proclamation tonight applying the city's 10:00 p.m. curfew to 17-year-olds it typically own only apply to 16 or younger but it comes after two nights of violence in response to the deadly police shooting of 23-year-old sylville smith. he was shot saturday during a traffic stop after officers say he had a gun in his hand. last night, police say officers were forced to open fire on a teenager after attacks on officers. >> seven much our officers were injured last night, four
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milwaukee on county sheriffs deputes were injured betraying rocks. >> the police chief is blaming a group of outsiders from chicago for prompting last night's violence. in berks county heartbreaking new details about the murder suicide that left a family of five dead. among the victims three young children just eight, five and two. tonight investigators say it was their dad that pulled the trigger. fox 29's jennifer joyce explai explains. >> reporter: a week after the short family of five was found dead inside their sinking spring home, the berks county district attorney's office is pointing the finger at father and husband mark short. >> mark short committed homicide of his wife, three children and the family dog. >> reporter: before killing himself police say he wrote a murder/suicide note and left it on the dining room table. investigators say short admitted some guilt but faileing to into specifics at the victim's family's request. police say 33-year-old meghan
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short and the couple's three children, leanna, mark, jr., and two-year-old willow were found dead in the living room with blankets and pillows wearing their pj's. >> this was a very, very unfortunate incident. >> reporter: police say meghan and mark were in the process of separating at a recent timeline of events sheds light on the case. in june, the couple got into a verbal fight at a hotel in philadelphia. hotel security intervened. on july 18th, sinking spring police were called to the short's home for an argument nothing physical, no charges were filed. may john short was advised to get protection from abuse order. she never did. one day later july 19th, police say mark short purchase add handgun and ammunition from a licensed dealer in lancaster county. meghan leased an apartment in buck county and mark short was demoted at work. on august 5th, police say short took his three children to hershey park for a family fun trip. hours later, on august 6th,
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the day meghan was set to move into her new apartment, the family was found dead. immediate shock, sadness, grief gripped this berks county community. >> whenever we lose youthful, innocent human beings, it's never easy for a community to recover. >> reporter: the diss trek attorney's office could not say whether or not mark short had a diagnosed mental illness but they did say he was emotionally distressed over the separation between he and his wife. reporting from the berks county courthouse, i'm jennifer joyce, fox 29 news. attacked in wal*mart parking lot. witnesses couldn't believe what they were seeing. what started screaming and launched itself at a worker. and banned for from ordering pizza delivery for life. what this guy did so many times he's no longer allowed to order take out. plus, the push to clean up a local community threatens a
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piece of history. the battle to save a south jersey home with ties to this country's civil rights fight. they found their soul mates in each other but this local bride is now battling an incurable disease. >> we can't worry about what is a year from now. we worry about today and this week. >> was what's now. >> so we make it work. >> reporter: they're incredible journey as she fights harder every day just to move.
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♪ philadelphia residents meet with members of law enforcement tonight face to face but all to show their support. >> dozens turned out to say thanks to the men and women in
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blue. fox 29's shawnette wilson is outside city hall tonight where a rally ended a little earlier. shawnette. >.report well, iain it actually ended at the municipal building behind me a large group of people turned out to show their support for police. a small group of protesters showed up but the rally on as planned. >> we need them. >> reporter: diane is paying tribute to police officers from head to toe. she's one of dozens who came out for a back the blue rally in south philly this evening. >> i stand with the police officers and the people that want to keep our city, streets clean and safe. >> reporter: the crowd gathered at marconi plaza at 15th and oregon with snacks, drinks and a dj. most waived flags and held signs in support of police. >> i want philadelphia police officers and all officers without them the streets would be horrible place. >> reporter: the event was organized by taking ourselves philadelphia streets back. >> we would like to thank the
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philadelphia police for honoring, protecting and serving our community in these trying times. >> reporter: carol is the founder of group. >> i think moral is down and i think i needed to see the police's moral lifted. >> reporter: small group of people protesters head showed up holding signs things became disorderly when the group stool in front of the line to march in front of supporters up broad street to the municipal buildi building. one police supporter snatched a sign from the protester another brought dogs in the crowd. the protesters were diverted by police as the march moved forward. >> a loft nonsense some people don't know what to say to each other. it makes it little worse. >> reporter: kianna haines stood by and watched disgusted by the clash between both sides. >> i feel like all lives matter at the end of the day. no specific color. no don't matter what your job is. >> reporter: and back here live, the rally ended with the reading of the names of officers who lost their lives in the line
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of duty. iain, back to you. >> all right, shawnette, thank you. northampton county man facing charges after prosecutors say he broke the rules at a gun club and sent bullets flying into some nearby homes. timothy fry is facing a list of charges. prosecutors say two residents who live near the stock card down rod and gun club told police their homes were being hit by bullets one of them even enter add bed raul. prosecutors say surveillance video from the gun club shows that fry broke the rules and fired his weapon in restricted areas. >> the errand shots were a direct result of him not being in designated area and shooting outside the designated areas and we're confident that if people used a gun according to the rules and regulations there should not be any errant shots that would go into homes in the future. >> the club improved its facilities a few years back to keep bullets from hit hopes. the club has revoked fry's membership.
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>> the court ruled the src does not have the power to cancel teacher's cracks. lower court had already sided with the philadelphia federation of teachers against the src's move in october 1420 to cancel contracts and change teacher's health plans. the src said it was trying to save money. today's ruling holds the teachers contracts fall outside the commission's powers. dr. martin luther king once lived in camden but that house according to the city is dangerous and needs to be demolished. now the community is coming together to try to save the landmark. fox 29's bill anderson spoke with active visits who want the home mark as a historic site. >> reporter: it's a building behind me just another run down building in camden that should be demolished -- >> take maybe 150,000 to $200,000 to fix the house. >> reporter: symbolic example of dr. martin luther king's time
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in our area. >> i just can remember passing him and seeing him in the house because i was at that time young, also. >> reporter: when you look at 753 walnut street in camden, they're not much to distinguish it from much of the block. it's a boarded up house surrounded by vacant lots but at least one thing make it different. >> but i do know that dr. king lived here. >> reporter: yeah? >> while he was in seminary school. >> reporter: you remember him being there? >> yes, definitely. >> reporter: got the clear memory of him? >> yes, very clear. >> once you get historical designation your property is placed on the register that opens up a lot of grant money. >> reporter: community activist pat truck did you have study during king's live when he found the documents showing he lived in camden for a brief time. the house was owned by his seminary roommate's family who still own it today. they're working with historical society to have it mark as a historic sight. >> wed like to make it into sort of a museum/civil rights center for the city of camden and make it the offices of the naacp
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since the naacp were the ones that helped king navigate his way through his first civil rights incident which was in maple shade, new jersey. >> reporter: the city says the house is dangerous and has to be repaired immediately or demoli demolish. neighbors say that can't happen. >> not too much too many positive things around here. i think it would be good for the community. >> it's a positive thing for kids and people who live on the block will see a bright man came through the city of camden. >> reporter: the preservation movement got a strong ally in donald norcross who wrote a letter of support. they want public support this area of camden can see some sort of positive in an area that desperately needs it. in camden, new jersey, i'm bill anderson, fox 29 news. new details in the dead al tack on an iman and his assistant in new york city. what police say the shooter did just 10 minutes later that got him caught. she spent the summer practicing to fulfill her dream of making the cheerleading squad but what happened next sparked
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outrage in her community. while they're all cheering her on tonight. one fast food chain's new invention turning heads tonight but it's not food the new utensil you may one day get when you order. >> now with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly. good evening, everybody. service adjustments on septa the four lines made some tweaks to their schedule so make sure you download the new one at our website two new trains added to the lansdale line for tomorrow. 623 for the morning rush 4:10 in the afternoon for the evening gang, and big visit and an event tomorrow hillary clinton making her way into west philadelphia. we'll have the detour routes and check the jam cams bright and early tomorrow morning when we see you at 4:00.
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disaster declaration in louisiana but they're not out of the woods yet. there is even more rain in the forecast and authorities are trying to get everyone out. any opportunity to get our high water vehicle they need to get out. this will be long-term thing. the river has yet to crest. it's only going to get worse. so they really need to take heed and get out every opportunity they get. >> the storm system has now moved into texas but the national weather service warns there is still a danger of new flooding as that water heads toward the gulf of mc company. a man is charged with murder in the shooting death of a new york city iman. his assistant outside of a mosque after saturday prayers. investigators say the suspect hit a bicyclist just 10 minutes after that double murder on saturday. and was arrested. police have not called it a hate crime but people who live nearby believe the two victims were targeted because of their faith. well tonight the single largest release of begun ghandi
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taken niece during the obama administration. >> 15 prisoners live to the united arab em rates p12 people from yemen and three from afghanistan this comes in the middle of a push to close the cuban prison as obama's time in office comes to an end pentagon says skin 61 detainees now remain at guantonimo bay. >> they found their soul mates in each other but this local bride is battling an inn curable disease. their journey as she fights harder every day just to move. coming up at 11:00 tonight a guy swipes a diamond ring in plane sight. what he asked the employee before he whipped out a gun and ran. our kathy orr tracking your forecast. >> that's right. we have around of rain moving through right now. another moving up from baltimore and washington tracking the rain, the heat and humidity when we come back. ♪1
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♪ here's live look at trenton tonight as another scorching day comes to an end. topping 90 degrees for six straight days. we've got more on the way. moving to south philadelphia
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kathy orr is tracking our first sign of relief that's just ahe ahead. a violent robbery in girard park is all caught on camera and police are hoping it will lead them to the bad guy it happened last week at 6:00 o'clock in the morning on the 2100 block of south 23rd street at dollar general. police say the robber held up an employee who was just outside the store where she worked and forced her inside. after a struggle he made her open the safe and give him money. if you have any information at all, police want to hear from you. new tonight new report that philadelphia da seth williams has disclosed more than $150,000 worth of gifts. >> that was information that was previously left out of mandatory financial statements. the philadelphia inquirer reports those gifts totaling more than one fief $60,000 range from personal to professional. newspaper says williams released the statements in an effort to be transparent. the gifts were accepted between 2010 and 2015. last december, our jeff cole
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asked seth williams if he ever used campaign funds in a way that would have been a mistake. william said he had not. tonight spokesperson for the district attorney's office referred to us william's campaign office for comment on the new report. >> you decide 2016. donald trump offers up his plan for combating terrorism and youngs town ohio he laid out his plans for defeating isis. he proposed increased screening for immigrants including a questionnaire to make sure anyone entering the country support american values. meanwhile vice-president joe biden joined hillary clinton in scranton. >> new approach which must be shared by both parties in america, by our allies overseas and by our friends in the middle east. must be to halt the spread of radical islam. >> he's talked about sending ground troops, american ground troops. well that is off the table as far as i am concern.
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>> vice-president joe biden told voters in his hometown of scranton what clinton is the clear choice only choice for middle class families. >> a courageous bride from our area found her soulmate while incurable disease make it harder and harder for her to move. >> fox 29's karen hepp shows us their incredible journey. ♪ >> i immediately drawn to her. >> reporter: kathy and chuck don't have a conventional love story. >> he was actually the first one to message me. >> reporter: they met on okay cupid five years ago and shared so many adventures. their first date was 11 hours. >> we met about two weeks later at ihop. >> just seemed like someone i'd known forever. >> reporter: getting down the aisle wasn't an easy journey. kathy has a very rare disease and just moving is difficult. >> when i was diagnosed with fibroid... >> it is a rare disease that basically creates like a second
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skeleton in your body. i have extra bone in my legs n my arms, in my back in my jaw, um, wherever there's trauma, bone gross over that area and immobilizes it. >> reporter: it's true kathy does move very slowly, she refuses to let obstacles stop her from living a full life. >> that's our clock. >> we had infatuation with fire truck. >> reporter: she loves fire trucks. and has them everywhere. she knew being a firefighter was definitely out of the question but figure out something else that she could do. >> i wanted to be dispatcher since i was in ninth grade in high school. >> reporter: kathy is good at making her goals a reality and putting herself out there. she graduated high school and college and then got her dream job as an atlantic city dispatcher. she surrounded herself with wonderful pets but she wasn't sure if she would ever find
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romantic love. >> i wanted a dog an parrot because they say is a dog is a man's best friend and a parrot i could talk to forever. luckily i wound up with two birds, five cats, a bear dragon an husband. >> reporter: true love against the odds. a beaming bride, a smitten groom. >> you may now kiss your bride. (applause). >> reporter: kathy is funny and witty, chuck doting and loving. soul mates. honestly for me it's just been amazing. she's my heart. so anything i need to do to take care of her i will. and i'm happy to do it. >> one, two, three, up we go. >> they truly are a team creating solutions to every challenge. when her hands got stiffer, she learned to type upside down faster than most folks right side up. a remote for the door, a chair to help kathy get to work.
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chuck makes sure she has what she needs. >> here's your dinner. >> they can't help but smile. they truly feel just ducky check out the plate on kathy's car and the stuffed animals in the back. probably kathy's only regret she can't drive now. she misses that independence. neither of them noes what's next on their journey all they know they want to take it together. >> we can't worry about what is a year from now. we worry about, you know darks and this week. >> what's now. >> you know, so we make it work. >> example we can all learn from. kathy's disease is so rare only 800 people in the entire world have it. to learn more information come to our website i'm karen hepp fox 29 news. >> we wish them well. well banned from ordering pizza for life. what this guy did so many times that he's no longer allowed to order take out. and attacked at a wal*mart parking lot. witnesses could not believe what they were seeing. what started screaming and
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lurched itself at a worker.
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used five different phone numbers to make dozens of calls to pizza places and then he refused to pay for the food. police say he would use a fake name or direct drivers to homes in were abandon and sometimes he would call pizza shops to insult them. he's out on bond but a judge says he will be back in jail if he calls any pizza shops. in your money tonight, the latest lawsuit against pokemon go just got personal. michigan couple says smart phone game has turned their neighborhood into a mitt mayor. there's a pokemon gym near their home and people playing the game block their driveway and trespass on their property to captain creatures. couple claims they asked the company to remove in game stops from their neighbor but they've only gotten generic responses. >> american chinese food chain panda express is launch agnew menu item but it's what they may be serving with it that has everyone buzzing. you've heard of the spork. say hello to the combination of chop ticks an fork. the company released a picture
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yesterday when it announced the addition of the general tso's chicken to its locations for a limited time. the food chain says the chork is not yet available in had the roster aunts but just may be in the near future. what do you say when you're ming your father for the very first time in 40 years? >> an ohio man through to texas this week to do just that. >> oh, this is so awesome. >> that's paul rice meeting his dad for the first time. rice was born in vietnam and he was left at orphanage. he was adopted by an american military family and grew up in florida but an as adult he started lookly for his birth parents and it turns out his birth father didn't know about paul until his niece discover him on so the two then submitted dna samples and came back a match. rice brought a special gift for his dad a photo album of all the years his dad had missed.
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>> she's practicing to fulfill the dream of making the cheerleading squad. what happened next that spark outrage in her community. why they are all cheering her on tonight. our kathy orr tracking your forecast. >> that's right. we're talking about heat and increase in humidity. it peaks tomorrow. we'll talk about when the heat wave ends recent left moves in coming up.
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♪ this is not a scene you would really expect in busy park lot. that's a monkey wearing a diaper sitting on top of a shopping cart core roll an employee steps unand the monkey attacked and starting screeching at that point a woman runs up shouting let her go. she then take the monkey's hand and they walk off. witnesses say the monkey had escaped from nearby trailer that was parked in the lot. well a georgia high school student with down syndrome got good news today. >> yeah, she's been made honorary cheerleader but it's what led up to that announcement that has so many people up in arms. grace key seen honer local newspaper video is cheering behind a fence at a football game. her sister posted it on facebook claiming school officials would in the allow grace to cheer with the squad writing her sister spent all summer going to practices and learning the
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cheers. the school district posted these pictures today that say while grace did not meet tryout qualifications she's now an honorary member of the team. >> that's wonderful. i think it's great that, you know, kids like that get included. my kids are good friends with grace. >> the school district responded to the fire storm of social media with two statements. it declined requests for comment by our fox station in atlanta. our devastating heat really taking its toll as we take look outside for most of us it's still above 80 degrees. a lot of us are trying to find any way we can to stay cool as this brutal heat wave could last days longer. authorities are also asking to you help out and check op your neighbors in these oppressive temperatures. fox 29's sabina kuriakose spoke to people bracing the heat. >> reporter: i zaya price had heard the warnings about the heat but he's got work to do. >> i deliver food downtown.
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>> that's a hard job to have in this heat. >> it definitely is rt. >> reporter: he packs as much water as he can lug on his bike. >> one water bottle who are. another in the back here. >> reporter: and stops in the shade on kelly drive telling others to heed this warnings. >> just drink, drink, drink, drink. keep yourself hydrated if you don't have to be in the heat don't. >> reporter: with four confirmed heat related deaths in philadelphia three of those all people over the age of 65. it's those vulnerable populations the city is trying to target. >> we're out all day long. >> homeless out reach worker sam hitting the streets handing out water and specially designed packets. >> you got to make sure they're all hydrated. >> reporter: trying to get the disadvantaged to come in the sun even for little while. >> the city provides to make sure that everybody comes in that we can put them in somewhere. >> reporter: ac's blasting red hot heat didn't discourage some athletes. no shade on this bensaleming is kerr field but plenty of water.
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>> just a routine walk to catch the train was -- >> exhausting. >> today's' accessory that bot physical of h20. >> just bought it from the stand. quarter left. >> in might have fients. >> five minutes. >> make to mistake the hot weather catching up with even seasoned athletes. >> when did you start feeling it? >> just now. like oh my god it's really really hot. i need to sit down i need water. >> even the news crew got a friendly reminder. >> stay cool. >> that code red continues into tonight. the city asks if you see anybody out on the street who likes look they may be distressed from the heat call them and they'll send out an out reach crew to make sure that person is okay. is a bone in a kuriakose fox 29 news. remember the city has set up heat line to help out if you're having trouble with these extremely hot temperatures. health department nurses are manning the bones of phones to help with heat related problems. number is (215)765-9040. you'll also find it on our website just head to
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on your radar the big question, kathy orr, when we'll get a break from this heat. >> i think after tomorrow we will feel a huge difference. temperatures will still be quite warm but i think the humidity is the big part of puzzle here. ultimate doppler you can see some showers in south jersey through salem, gloucester and also cumberland counties. another batch of heavy rain from baltimore and washington moving across the eastern shore heading toward delaware not a lot of lightning associated with it more rain to come during the early morning hours. you can see gloucester, elk, pitts grove and also that was millville and this is moving toward the northeast toward winslow the expressway and you can see buena heading toward galloway if it all holds together. right now light to moderate rain. outside we're talking about warmth and humidity. the humidity is rising the temperature is 85. the high today 94. it still feels like it's 92 with the heat and humidity. 68 in the poconos. almost refreshing there. 85 in philadelphia. 80 in millville and not a big
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difference from the city to the shore. as we look in camden it's 82. voorhees 81. hammonton little bit cooler ocean city sitting at 80 degrees. beach haven at 78. something is going to change tomorrow. that is the humidity. there will be arise in humidity because of this warm front that will be lifting back north through the delaware valley. so with it, an increase in the dew point. the humidity and increase in temperature as we make it to 95 degrees tomorrow afternoon. so that will make it feel oppressive once again. so during the overnight, waves of some showers especially to the south and east of the philadelphia. tomorrow morning a chance of a shower or storm with that warm front. but more humidity russ showers and storms in the afternoon really after 3:00 p.m. that we see a line forming and by about 7:00 o'clock in the evening through philadelphia right along that i-95 corridor. amazing the way that lines up. they'll be moving on through. some thunder obviously some lightning. some heavy downpours associated with this and some gusty winds. now there is a slight risk of
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severe weather and right now that is focused through the lehigh valley and the pock notice this is the greatest risk area to see some damaging winds and really the possibility of flooding rain. i think that will be the highest threat with those storms. overnight tonight, partly cloudy and muggy 76 in the city. the suburbs 72. with some spotty showers and storms mainly south and east. the high tomorrow 95 with scattered storms especially in the afternoon and on your seven day forecast, 91 wednesday. thursday and friday temperatures touching 90. that would be day 10 of the heat wave. saturday 88. sunday 87. and monday temperatures go below average for a change after tomorrow it will certainly be less oppressive. down the shore house in the mid to upper 80s for the most part. pack the sunscreen. that's very latest from the weather center. we'll send it back to you. >> kathy, they built 95 for weather people. i know it. that corridor is good for everything. all right. it's the quickest round of golf you may he have see.
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not like the four hour rounds we mostly play what do the eagles do to help carson wentz when he can't practice or play in a game. hear from wednesday and his offensive coordinator coming up.
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♪ eagles technically have only one day left to of training camp that would be tomorrow before they go into what would be the a regular season practice schedule. now carson wentz got smoked in
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that game on thursday on a blitz most teams don't even blitz in the preseason games. either way he got hit good which caused what i'm told are two fractured ribs not the one. so what he does at practice is now just watch. likely not to play in a game until at least the final game of the preseason on september 1s september 1st. >> it hurts pretty much everything i do, but it will be all right. first time i ever had a rib injury. so again it felt weird. it was sore but i wasn't sure how to reaction to it. >> you can get the mental reps. you can still get lot of film study. still be inter acting with the players. you know maybe even more extent. interacting with the receives. talking about what you expect as a quarterback. and we certainly expect no slowing down the process as far as growing mentally. >> nfl means business when it comes to the use of performance enhancing drugs. the nfl has issued warnings to the stillers james harris son
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packers clay matthews and julius peppers if they do not come into the interview concerning the al gentleman zero report of the purchase of ped's by augus august 25th, they'll be suspended indefinitely if they don't come in. and the phillies open a series tomorrow night at home against the dodgers but the big news is that the game, this game is chase utley toss' first time playing back in philadelphia since he was traded last july. now the dodgers as it stands would be in the playoffs as a wild card team witness giants leading that division by one guy game. for the best game in the national logothetes go to colorado. another former fill from that world series team of 2008 that's jayson werth. the big-time homerun against colorado. it was three to nothing now it's three-two. that ballpark the ball just flies out of there. yes, but charlie black man with the homerun. gives colorado a four-two lead but washington caught up it's now four-four in the sixth. most people think around of golf is four hours.
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how about in less than an hour? sussex england. east sussex could be exact. you take bag. this fine gentleman robbed hogan the italian out of ireland -- only kidding. (laughter). >> he played this round of golf with his seven clubs, did everything he could, puts one handed and he did it in 36 minutes. that is the record in the team it's the world championship speed golf world championships out of the bunker. look at this. packs the club back in. nice sprint. nice little putt. the rules there you can leave the opinion in the holes were not the rules here. fortunately the usga doesn't govern that because they'd screw up everything like they do in the united states for a couple of tournaments. >> pretty funny, though. >> 36 minutes. quick round of golf. >> you haven't played that fast avenue round, iain? >> that does it for us tonight at 10:00. iain standing by with what's
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>> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 11. breaking news tonight. verdict is in and pennsylvania's attorney general kathleen kane is guilty. good evening and thanks for joining us. i'm iain page. lucy is off tonight. the jury deliberated all afternoon, and into the evening. before announcing its decision and our fox 29's chris o'connell was there as the verdict was read. he joins us live in norristown tonight. chris? >> reporter: iain, kathleen kane showed very little emotion staring directly in the eyes of those 12 jurors as she learned she was now guilty of all nine counts against her. now, pennsylvania's attorney general is facing prison time. >> pennsylvania's first female attorney general with a new title tonight. convicted felon. >> it's a sad day fort commonwealth. >> reporte


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