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saying the rules need to change right now. it is 7:00 o'clock. happy friday to you. good morning everyone. >> good morning on this august . it is also national dog day. >> yes. >> right. >> we want you to send in pictures of your pup use #fox 29 good day. i love it when they are all dressed up in clothes and stuff. >> yes good wille see pictures of roofus. >> i have a couple of pictures of roofus around. yes, more than a couple. i will see if i can dig one up. is what our #fox 29 good day. >> yes. >> all right. >> you know what, it will really feel difference when we walk out the door this morning, muggy out there get ready for hot, humid one. it is still august after all. eight out of ten. warm, muggy today muggy the talk is here. trees pop for bus stop buddy, at the beach today, already in the 70's but we have a rogue
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shower moving through. might see one in the city momentarily according to radar we will look more in department coming up. seventy-seven in the city. reading has 75. moving in south jersey it is 75 in millville and 73 in ocean city. dover delaware has 76 degrees. a bit warmer yesterday with a high of 87 degrees. we will go warmer then that today with 95. sun and cloud, hotter and more humid, and we will probably get into the 07's tonight but it will clear out and humidity will gradually get out of here. so that is a look at your friday forecast, weekends coming up, bob kelly. >> you got it. almost here. 7:01. good friday morning everyone. an accident on 295 northbound right at the black horse pike. it looks like they have just cleared out all of the vehicles that were involved, the black horse pike ramps, should be opened up soon. otherwise until then you might want to work your way up to
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route 30 via browning road. jammo on the schuylkill expressway heavy from the boulevard westbound, the reverse commute on a friday. take the snow globe and shake it up here. a lot of folks do unusual traffic patterns getting to work early so they can get to the shore a little early. live look at bennie no problems into philadelphia we have sun glare off glass windows there of the sky line and pennsy turnpike westbound right before the northeast extension an accident. we are bumper to bumper from fort washington over to mid county and in thorndale right along link than highway route 30 in the the heart of the downingtown watch for some town wires. use the 30 bypass as your alternate and because of some pop up showers rolling through town we could see some delays at philly international. so check with the air lane before you get down there. chris and alex, back over to you. 7:02. $6,000 reward is offered for information in the shooting that critically wounded an
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eight year-old girl in camden. >> all hand on deck for search in the person who pulled the trigger. dave kip chen is live, where doctors are working to save this girls life, dave. >> reporter: that is right, there is hard work going on multiple front. doctors here at cooper university happies treating this young girl whose friend identify as gabby an eight year-old in critical condition here as police post reward for information leading to a suspect and then they get that word out on the streets. friend tell us little gabby is fighting to stay alive after getting struck in the head by a stray bullet. just riding a bike near her home at eighth and spruce streets in camden wednesday night. she was caught in the cross fire of armed suspect aim towards someone else. since then officers have been pounding the pavement going door to door to stop cars to see if anyone knows anything about the shooting while passing out flyers announcing
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$6,000 reward for tips leading to an arrest. this morning we are hearing from devastated neighbors. >> i have seen the baby and i check to see if she was breathing and stuff. it is just wrong. it shouldn't have happened, like that was an eight year-old baby. she shouldn't be going through this. >> my daughter has been crying all morning, my son telling me he just hopes that he could live to be an old man, why are kid, kid shouldn't have to go through this especially because of irresponsible adults. >> reporter: well, new information, police tell us this shoot ago peers to be gang related. we are also learning that they are continuing to sift through some tips that have come in but they are trying to generate more. police are looking through surveillance video that shows we're told the at least part of the shooting but if you know anything do not hesitate in calling camden county police, back to you, chris and alex. >> thanks, dave. they are right. it shouldn't get to the point where you have to tell your children you cannot go outside during the rest of the summer.
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>> no, absolutely right. >> 7:05. philadelphia father is pleading for your help to catch the person who murdered his son during a violent weekend in the city. >> jenny joyce is live outside police headquarters with more on this, jenny. >> reporter: good morning, alex and nasir robinson's father tells us his son was just walking through a neighborhood deli when he was shot dead. he also tells us he had a big impact on the entire community. nasir robinson was the son, a father, and a friend to many, his family says he was a boxer and a dancer. he gave lessons to local children. a life cut short the saturday morning. thirty he lease say they were dispatched to the report of the person with the gun on the 800 block of east hilton street, and there they found nasir robinson lying in the street with multiple gunshot wounds to his head, neck and face. victim was transported to temple university hospital where he later died. nasir's father spoke to our bruce gordon yesterday and he is hoping witnesses come forward to help investigators catch his son's killer.
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>> there is video. i am praying they release video so someone can identify the person that did this to my child because if they have any information they can come forward with it. because this person is not going to be walking the street. >> nasir leaves behind a one year-old son and second son just days old. his father says even though there is surveillance video he cannot bear to watch it. police have not released that video to the media. they say they have no motive and no suspects. alex and chris? >> no motive, in suspects. hopefully we will learn that soon. we hear that so much. 7:06. in west philadelphia crews work through the night to fix a water main break in haverford avenue. so take a look at this water main break right here at the scene at forty-second street shortly after midnight. they had to shut down the area while crews made repairs and cleaned up this watery mess. at this point officials still do not know what caused this but they have said the area was under construction.
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fire crews evacuate a entire city block over a possible gas leak. >> water main break to a gas leak this was the scene along 3700 block of g street in kensington. police say a large tank was leaking some sort of chemical with the potential to explode. >> chemical process has gone outside of its normal limits or parameters. so we are monitoring very closely to see what happens with that, what that process was and whether it returns to its normal limits or exceeds parameters. >> no one was hurt there were no evacuations. fire officials still do not the know what kind of chemical leaked on that road. they are testing for that. a police sergeant is incredibly alive and talking after a car slammed right into him in manayunk. >> so we brought you this breaking news story yesterday morning and now officials have released video of the instant den. we want to warn you, it the may be shock to go watch but also the officer is in stable condition. so think of that when you
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watching this. >> here it is, it is 1:00 a.m. on main street. five five-year old, joseph kaine junior was talking to an officer that made a traffic stop. then a car comes into view and that sergeant out of frame. car hit him so hard he landed 15 feet away and was knock out of his shoes and the driver just kept going. >> the tow truck operator spotted that driver and then tipped police who then track down and arrested him. >> thank god that tow truck operator was in that area to be able to listen to what was being provided over police radio and being alert enough to know that was the vehicle and able to flag down one of our police officers and then be able to stop this individual before he could get to hurt someone else. >> police arrested this guy 21 year-old murphy of schwanksville who is facing charges including dui, the the officer is going to be okay, as alex said. he is in the hospital in
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stable can condition but as you saw that video, amazing he was not killed. authorities released identity of the woman who died following a zip lining course. tina werner of felt on died wednesday after she fell 35 feet from the top of the platform. investigators say she was waiting to go down a zip line at the go ape course at lums state park and then died in the hospital. go ape said the woman completed training and instructing her to stay harnessed into a safety system but quote, participant witnesses have stated that at the time of the accident the participant had unfortunately disconnect herself from the safety system. they say that their thoughts are with the victim's friend and family. well, police found family of the young boy wandering a loan in delaware county. >> but he is not going back to this yet on mark dade
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boulevard in collindale clearly very dangerous. department of youth services took that boy into their custody while investigators tried to figure out what was going on. police are crediting a witness who called 911 which saved that little kid. >> i'm glad that woman stepped up and found him and called 911. they gave us some video footage, which direction he came from. it is a win/win. good guys and the public won. >> authorities say that his uncle was supposed to be watching him but they don't believe anyone could face criminal charges. this is by the way second bye found wandering along in collindale this year. so some good news for commuters to rely on septa after labor day transit agency will start a new express bus service during morning and evening rush hours. new routes are designed to give riders more travel options while crews continue to repair that silver liner car mess, with the desane flaw. septa says that this service will give you flexibility and more frequent services.
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and the route starts september the sixth and regular transit the fares will apply. speaking of september, authorities say a bucks county man stole $600,000, in vehicle parts, from the transit agency's properties. his name is kyle allen and charged with felony burglary. they say that he stole hundreds of batteries, converters and other electrical components and parts, and then sold them. nothing like instructions for throwing a wrench in to your commute. brace yourself for a month long project near villanova university. starting to day eastbound lane of lancaster avenue between route 320 and barley cone lane will periodically close so crews can widen it. closures will happen from 9:00 h early december. so get ready for that. >> that areas already congested right there in montgomery county, it is right as you approach blue route, man, that will be a mess, at least eventually it will be better with widened roads there. >> you have you have to think of the progress.
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>> yes. wildcats get ready to defend their title. he calls her a bigot and she says his campaign is built on prejudice and paranoia. >> just another day in the presidential campaign trail but the at tax are sharper and new poll shows the margins are getting wider but here's what i cannot figure out, are they calling these names margin will get wider or because margins are wider they are starting to call names. >> reporter: chicken and egg thing, isn't it. but bottom line is these margins are getting wider. new quinnipiac poll showing hillary clinton has a ten-point lead now, that is a lot of ground for donald trum top make up in a relatively short period of time. hillary clinton and donald trump taking their attacks to new heights or new depths depending on your perspective. >> he is taking hate groups main stream and helping a radical fringe take over the republican party.
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>> clinton going after trump's ties to the alternative right and her campaign didn't stop there. >> a lot of kkk members because a lot of what he believes. >> a new web ad using images of the clan. >> shame on you. trump on the counter attack calling clinton a bully. hillary clinton isn't just attacking me, she's attacking all of the tease event people of all backgrounds, it doesn't matter, of all backgrounds, who support this incredible, once in a lifetime movement. >> but trump facing another complication this morning, a report from political saying his new campaign ceo steve bannon was once charged with domestic violence involving his now ex-wife. it was 20 years ago and charges were later dismissed. clinton meantime keeping reporters a the arms length leading to an awkward moment where she ignored one question
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after another to focus on chocolate. >> any comment on any comment. >> any comment. >> and that is the clinton strategy to run out the clock. she's ahead in the polls, she doesn't want to do anything to distract from that too much, no unforced errors through press conferences forever. this silence as far as media is concerned is likely to continue, back to you. >> but i mean is that fair to the american voters? i mean there is a lot that she has to be held to account for with these e-mails and we understand that more will come out by way of wikileaks and julian assange is saying with these e-mails, so at some point she's going to have to hold a news conference and answer these questions? have you heard when she might in fact step in front of the cameras. >> reporter: we don't know and it may not happen. it comes down to a clear calculation when it comes down
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to the polls. if there is an indication that there is push back from the public at large, specifically, from likely voters... >> doug is freezing up unfortunately but we will see, election day november 8th, stay tuned but i think we hear in the democratic society want to hear answers from both trump and hillary. >> 7:15. a tribute to the victims of the devastating earthquake in italy. >> world trade center was lit up in the colors of the italian flag. take a look, green, white and red from the iconic land mark to honor those who lost their lives as well as to show support for survivors. wednesday's earthquake killed at least 250 people in that area and nearby towns. after shocks continue to add to their despair and anxiety. rescue crews are using sniffer dogs to search through ruins. they are not giving up hope that more survivors may be found trapped. some 200 people have been pulled alive from the ruble in the past few days but it has been difficult because they keep having after shock. whenever they feel tremor or after shocks they are asked to
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leave the area, and make sure nothing can happen and then start all over again. it has been very difficult there. >> lets go to central indiana for this. resident are recovering after a series of tornado ripped through the region. storms did major damage. the this is kokomo indiana where star bucks was leveled by a tornado wednesday. just one of the dozens in the state, indiana governor and republican vice-presidential nominee mike pence toured destruction yesterday. national weather service is reporting a has i have super cell then are storm produced eight tornado with winds of 165 miles an hour. authorities say storm injured about a dozen people. take a look at the mess that played out in phoenix, arizona on streets last night. do you see sinkhole that opened up around 7:00 trapping a city bus. good news no passengers were on board at the time but look at that bus just sinking there. >> oh, hand. >> 7:16. orlando florida two hospitals treated victims of the pulse
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nightclub has kerr will not bill survivors of the shooting. they are writing off about five and a half million-dollar in medical bills for those not covered by insurance. ceo of orlando health says it is their way to pay forward that was shown to the city after mass shooting on june 12th. forty-nine people died and 50 others were hurt. 7:17. a family purchased a home in what they thought was the perfect neighborhood but they were stunned when they read the fine print. >> here it is, all right. part of the rules live there, you have to be white. lauren johnson with the story trending thousand. what is going on. >> reporter: this is a division in a neighborhood in sacramento. they could in the believe what they read. could have nan, restrictions or restrictions, or cc and r. exact ordinarying reads no person except those of the white race shall occupy or reside upon any residential lot or plot in the subdivision.
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except, when employed in the households, of a white caucasian, or owner, and, and rule has been in place since 1961, which was during the nation's civil rights who. according to the document mandate was put in place because of a belief that allowing non-whites would lower the rot values. >> you got to be kidding me. that is ridiculous. >> it is really awful. it is racist, terrible. >> it is not the world that we want our kids to grow up in. >> reporter: family didn't learn have the rule until they were signing the closing documents, some people who already there were not aware of the rule. others didn't give it too much weight because the rule is in the not enforced. non-white does live there foster's have taken to the community networking site next to raise awareness about the the racist restrictions. a manager says action will be taken to have that clause removed since it violates, federal law now, and so problem solved but people finding out about this are
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still so outrage chris and alex that this was even in writing, still to this day. >> all right. so civil rights act was enacted in what 1965, lbj signed tonight to law so it may put this in place in 61. so four years before that became federal law. but it is actually in writing still is shock to go me. >> i know, i know. >> no one is reading the contract are or the rules. >> it is not enforced, thank goodness that would be a whole different story. >> thanks, lauren. sue serio, lets talk weather, it is getting hot out there. >> it is getting out of there, no, keep your clothes on. not too many of them. even diamond the doggies wearing clothes today. you will see. that it is #national dog day. diamond is finishing up her meteorology studies so i thought she could help us out. take a lot at rain. do you see that diamond that is a cold front coming through later today but ahead of that
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front we have just a couple of showers moving through the area that pop up and go away quickly and we just had a little bit of green in the city but we have not seen any rain just yet in olde city. so most of that is in the ross zest of dissipating. as we continue to move south, we will see one stray shower down there in middletown ship in southern new jersey and as we see future cast included cover will increase, diamond at 2:00 in the afternoon but we don't see any rain. if you get a stray shower it will be between four and 6:00 p.m. with the rain cold front coming through but before all that happens we will get to a high of, ready, diamond, 92 degrees. you have a fur coat on and everything. 90 degrees possible for tomorrow and then for sunday, and then if we get to that 90 both days we will have bob kelly heat wave number six. diamond studying traffic as well as meteorology. >> i thought i was out of the
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job when i walk in here this morning. look who was in my chair, my desk, diamond was all nice and comfortable in my chair, ready to start the day, this morning at about 3:30. so she had been hanging out with us in the studio all morning long. >> what the heck, come on here, 7:21. we will have construction on i-95 all this weekend, over girard avenue and also at cottman avenue. look at her a little ham. she likes the tv. i think she can see herself in the monitor here too. here's a live look at 295 with a little sun glare over in jersey. they cleared out that accident at black horse pike. another one right behind me atwood haven road just off of knights road. good morning to the benjamin franklin bridge coming into downtown philadelphia no problems or delays at the all. it is a friday. probably last big weekend for a lot of folks to hit the
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shore because next week even though it is labor day some of the kids are getting back to class. watch for those unusual traffic jams throughout the day. up and over that walt whitman by two otherwise we will have other folks heading to the beach with you, the jams there heading down the shore. >> mr. kelly, thank you sir. >> civil rights act in 1964, not 1965. i misspoke there. >> well, thank you. hits just keep on coming for olympic swimmer ryan lochte why his behavior in rio keeps coming back to bite him. >> she stopped at atm after a trip to the doctor. she was only taking out $20, what she saw in her receipt left her floors why she said she was out more than $100.
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a lot of people don't want to cut the cord when it comes to cable verse streaming so, and, and, i have to admit i
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have been one of those people. i spent mess of my time watching netflix i well cut the cord and just totally do netflix. >> you are most happy like most people are happy when you have expensive pay tv cable bill every month, and hul. and netflix and amazon and all of the streaming sites that your heart desires. i guess like the options, you know, you don't want to ever feel like you cannot have something, you don't have access to a program. it comes from a j.d. power survey. >> it want options. >> do you think we will see maybe cable companies trying to work together with netflix and have a bundle package. >> yeah, you would think so many steps even to get something like sports, you know, al cart so you don't need that hefty bill because you can pick and choose and put them in a certain package. we are seeing changes but slowly. to help the cord cutters i suppose to give them a cheaper option for a cable bill.
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>> i don't think we will see them coming together, netflix is headaching enough money on its own. at least we're work to go pay for our netflix and cable bills but it sound like a lot of people even though they have a job and they go to work, you can leave this right now, they would take this option. >> there is a new survey out that says half people out there are looking for a new job. so these are the numbers, 52 per event is say we are opened to leaving and 44 percent and this is disturbing and good number. they are saying they are actively looking for work which means they are not happy where they are. they are under paid or under appreciated. but they are also confident that 44 percent said they can get hired by another company. so, the message for bosses is most likely your employees are not happy and you might want to do something about that. sometimes best thing you can does add perks or benefits or add some to the pay chick.
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>> we should say don't take me for granted boss because i'm looking right now. >> yes, these numbers are very high actually but it the is a good sign for the job market our confidence in the ability to find an open position and our skill set being strong enough we think we will get hired. >> confidence is key. we know you are confident woman lauren. >> yes. >> have have a great weekend. >> we will see you monday, alex. >> 7:29. collapse at a snoop dog concert that leaves dozens injury. lawsuit has you this been filed, so for these concert goers there when railing fell look at that can they really get money from it bb and t pavilion, snoop dog, wiz khalifa. what happens to you when you go to the concert and live show and something happens could you get money for it we will discuss.
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i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. michael hayden: if he governs consistent with some of the things he said as a candidate, i would be very frightened. gillian turner: he's been talking about the option of using a nuclear weapon against our western european allies. max boot: this is not somebody who should be handed the nuclear codes. charles krauthammer: you have to ask yourself, do i want a person of that temperament controlling the nuclear codes? and as of now, i'd have to say no. [bill o'reilly sighs]
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it is 7:30. >> hi. >> it is friday. >> it is a friday. everyone has sort of their week up plans in order. >> weather will not mess up your weekend. it the is national dog day. here's muggy the dog who would have been in the picture anyway because it is muggy out and national cherry pop sickle day so bus stop buddy has it already, it will drop down his arm in a minute. it is warm, muggy with
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temperatures in the 70's here and at the shore. we are seeing a stray shower at the shore right now showing up on radar and one up near trenton as well. that has been the case all morning long but not a big deal and it won't be. so right now in philadelphia we are at 77 muggy degrees. 84 percent relative humidity. we have a breeze at 11 miles an hour. it was warmer yesterday at 87 degrees. today in the 90's with 92 as a high. we will be in the 07's tonight with the cold front coming through later on. rest of the weekend forecast is coming right up, bob kelly. >> good morning. 7:32. tgif. we are off to a good start. in problems on the blue route 476 rolling south out of mid county down toward schuylkill. friday mornings are lighter then the other four days of the week. ben franklin, in problems just yet coming into downtown philadelphia. i have got down wires and thorndale along route 30, right at lincoln highway, so you may want to use bypass
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this morning rolling through downingtown, and then it is weekend trolley blitz, septa doing some work in the tunnel beginning tonight through monday morning. all of the trolley lines are terminating at 40th and market and from there market frankford line best bet in and out of the center city. chris and alex back to you. >> snoop dog and wiz khalifa are sued by concert goers injured during this, the concert in camden, early this month, at least 40 people were hurt when the crowd barrier collapsed, one victim suffered a fractured spine, 17 people, brought the suit against both wrappers and live nation. they say snoop and wiz yelled at folks to come on down to the stage and that led to a stampede and then the collapse. >> joining us is attorney heather hanson. >> good morning, alex. >> we have different people
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sued here. >> yes. >> we have the venue bb and t. >> that is right. >> promoters, live nation. >> right. >> and wiz khalifa and snoop dog. >> yes. >> let's start then with the venue. >> argument against the venue is this. there was a railing that should have arguablely stopped the stampede of people. railing had been just fix. they will allege that the railing was refixed in a bad way and allowed these people to fall down. it wouldn't have happened if the railing was not in shoddy manner. >> the attorneys for about 17 members, say it is failure in planning and execution. you had a second stage. there wasn't enough barricades to keep the crowd at bay. this should be on you. >> that is a big part. communication will be a big part of this case. stoop dog and his people communicate with the venue and with live nation who planned the whole thing to headache sure that this was a safe as it could be. all of those different people should have been talking to one another, communicating and that will be a big part of the
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case. >> as you look at this, right, just on the face of it, when you go to the concert you expect a crowd. you expect that the place you are standing would in fact be safe. difference would be at a beach party, noon dual there and says everybody come out on the balcony and jump up and down. that balcony was in the built for crowd of people. it is built for several people perhaps. >> that is same thing here. that is the defense will make. we are not meant to protect against people rushing the stage. snoop should not be asking people to rush the stage. in addition if snoop told you to, i don't know, jump off a bridge would you do it? there is some responsibility for the people as well. in addition one of the defenses will be i imagined that perhaps some people in this crowd had been indulging in mood altering substances and if they were they were not in the right mind to listen to instructions. >> are you taking the high road. >> it sound like snoop might
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be liable. he said quote everybody in the bleep, bring your bleep down here and that is when everybody ran down and started crowding. toes that mean because he said that, even though he was just talking, and singing. >> artists are on the hook here. what will happies artist will point at venue and say they should have had a better railing. venue will point at artist. and the plaintiffs, people who were hurt ultimately win. when everybody is blaming each other somebody is obviously to blame. >> what about the promoter where does live nation come to it. they are not really in it. this is an atmosphere that will be here. this is how many people. >> that is their job. >> their job is communication. >> you saw something similar sugarland had a concert, a number of people were killed and hurt after a big storm. that case settled for multi millions of dollars. >> if you have the venue an pro hotter and artist all kind of fighting among each other, doesn't the plaintiff win. >> absolutely that is when it
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wasn't my fault his fault. in front of the jury which this won't get in front of the jury, well, they will say somebody messed up. split it up. >> how much. >> that sugar land case involves death but that was 40 million-dollar. >> what does this mean quickly for us because a lot of people, that is great thing about philly there is always concerts, live music venue. if i pay money. you know on the back of the particular. there is all this fine print. >> in one reads. >> you have a reasonable expectation to be safe. you expect them not to be negligent. in a situation like this, somebody did something that caused this accident and i think that ultimately somebody will pay. >> we will leave it at this, there is one person here or group of people not mentioned, it could be the venue end uptaking the brunt of this they will turn it then to the contractor who built the railing. >> that is right, they may bring them into this suit that just started this week. a lot to be said good there could be five defendants we're talking about. >> and they headache it
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reallies i for love. >> we will have you back as this case progresses. >> all right. >> 7:37. >> speaking of security in a much different way could your security be at risk when it comes tour iphone. what just happened today and what you need to be aware of. it is national dog day keep sending us your picks. we will show you some soon. use the #fox 29 good day. we have lots of great picks. we will show them to you. we are working on it. just keep sending them in and we will show them to you.
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this is from cheris, from my dog chopper: pizza cookies for international dog day. he says happy national dog day. >> that is a a lovely one. and mark, rocky and zazi are heading down to wildwood. heading down the shore. they will be celebrating this weekend. and michelle says gilligan king of the backyard. while speaking of the
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iphone yes, apple has quickly put out a security update today for its devices. it is a good idea to install it right now. here's y apple issuing an update after tech researchers discover powerful espionage software targeting an iphone in the middle east. spay wear takes advantage of the three previously undisclosed weak necessaryes in the mobile operating system that they have never seen anything like this before. spy wear could compromise an iphone with the tap of the finger. apple says it has fix vulnerability immediately after learning about it. nasa is continuing to test its next generation spacecraft, the owe ryan. agency made another splash down test in the atlantic ocean yesterday, slinging the capsule at 25 miles an hour in the ocean, scientists tested force of the impact on the carbon fiber heat field. crash test dumb writes along for safety of the harness
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used. the owe ryan will take its first human pay load to space in 2023. >> are you going? >> let's see, that is not too far off, that is seven years from now. >> you will still be here. >> am i going? at my age they wouldn't allow he in the space program. >> i see. >> plus my eyes are going to start to goy will need reading glasses now. >> ivorieding glasses. >> do you. >> yeah. >> you are a kid. >> i'm not a kid. >> we will read all day, reading prompter my eyes get tired. >> that teleprompter is good 10 feet from frustrates. >> i can see that just fine. >> in the reading from over there, that is when it gets far. >> you ever notice mike when we're in the lake i'm reading. >> he cannot see a word. >> he wants to ruin my eyes instead of his own. >> as long as you talk about mike when he read the text. >> because, this is when he goes through and he has his left eye, it is just like
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this. >> he does that, i saw him, i said that is exactly what he does. >> i said what is this. >> he will go hold on, hold on, and reach over, take out glasses and put them on and still does the thing. >> i said my goodness. >> everything he does is dramatic. >> it is great. >> yes, exactly he will be on this stage again monday. >> 7:44. pliers are gearing up at universities across the country. >> lets go to syracuse for using their head literally to headache certain they have a winning team. >> check this out. >> so, they are trying to pull off a header drill in the locker room. >> he make it all the way around. >> it looks i can he is doing it. >> how many times. >> well, 23, 24, 25, he caps it off by chipping a header in the garbage can. >> he is almost there. >> my goodness. >> this is amazing,.
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>> twenty-three, 24, 25,. >> wow. look at how many times they have tried that. they are really excited. >> look at the focus. >> one guy has a towel, don't drop the towel. >> we have three towels. >> yeah. >> we will take a quick break and we will be right back.
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good morning everybody. we're dealing with the reverse commute. more people heading out of town westbound from the boulevard out towards belmont avenue then we have inbound. that is a certainly sign of a friday, friday mornings are usually, some unusual traffic patterns, folks maybe taking that personal day, moving to the shore on a thursday that it, maybe go to the shore earlier, maybe up to the poconos, live look at ben franklin bridge, no problems at all coming into downtown. in thorndale just outside downingtown some down wires, just cleared out of the way here along lincoln highway so we are good to go there. weekend trolley blitz, septa will do it again, trolley lines terminating at 40th and market and doing some track work within the tunnel here in center city. terminate at 40th and market and then from there the market frankford line will take you in and out of downtown. that starts tonight through early, early, on monday morning. what is weather going to be like for work crews and your
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trip to the beach and pocono? sue has it in 15 seconds. it looks like the weather will not mess up your weekend too much but because of the tropical storm gaston, expect to strengthen not only back to a category one but to a category two hurricane we should watch out for those rip currents this weekend at the shore. out in the middle of the ocean but it will be strong enough to possibly effect us. all this rain that our tropical wave which still has not gotten a name yet we will keep an eye on that because as we can see that could affect the gulf of mexico by holiday weekend and then eventually after that into september, but we just seen a few clouds on radar, nothing much to look at there. our shower down at the shore has dissipated, so as we look
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at future cast it is just a matter of clouds, rest of the day, three or 4:00 we will see increase of cloud in the 90's and then maybe a stray shower or two at the shore before the day is through and that is all we have for the weekend. so it is, high and dry for the last week even of august. ninety-two today. if we make it to 90 both saturday and sunday we will get another heat wave. it gets unsettled alex and chris by middle of next week. >> all right. thanks so much, sue. the it is time for our school supply drive we have been talking about all week. i'm very excited. grab your five new back to school item and head to clementon park to get a discount on admission day this kicks off in ten minutes. quincy harris is already there. hi there, q. >> i'm pretty excited. all you have to do is come down clementon park, you bring five new, school supplies and get in $15 before 10:00 a.m. here at clementon park. we have united way on board here. how are you doing.
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>> i'm doing great, how are you. >> we're waiting for people to come down with five new school supplies. >> that gets you a 15-dollar pass to get into clementon park and splash world what a great bargain. what is more you are helping kid get ready for school. everybody knows that it is so critically important that a child be ready to learn and with the expense of supplies and a book bag a lot of families that are struggling out there can't quite make that connection and get their child ready. so we're all working together, thousands of us literally and our friends from cradles to crayons and we at united way are absolutely committed to headache ago this change and making sure children are ready to learn here in the delaware vale we appreciate your efforts. also, you are with the united way, come over with rita's they are giving out free samples. fifteen dollars. you have to bring five new school supplies between now and 10:00 a.m. so we need you guys, your support right now, chris and
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alex back to you. >> win/win. >> get to go play in the water. school supply friday. >> you get to hang out with quincy and that is a prize. >> win, win, win. >> we will check back with quincy throughout the morning. atm are notorious for fees when you use one not in your network. >> one woman said she was charged $99 to take out cash at a hospital. >> there are notices on the atm alerting customers that there are fees. they let you know but amount is not posted. so they were shock, bonnie preston when she was charge nearly $100. she call the customer service number but said she got run around. she called perfect bank. they told her they would take care of the fee. company responsible for the machine says the high fee was a result of the glitch. >> yes. >> you better fix that glitch. >> luckily when they go get my nails down place right here on market street when you do because of the atm fee because they only take cash they will
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give you money back for the fee which appreciate it. even it is two dollars i will find one that is not in my network or just go to the bank. it is national dog day. we want to see picks of your pooch. do you have a dog. >> no, i had a few cats. >> what about you you. >> dogs. >> well, keep sending pictures of your dog, using #fox 29 good day.
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do you have allergies you? may want to listen to this because you you are suffering may make get worse. >> doctor mike cirigliano is here from penn medicine. this could be a growing problem, with global warming. >> oh, it is because plants like ragweeds, they love the heat. global warming, do you see that folks. that is pollen. that will be all over the the place. you get those things in your nose and it causes all kind of
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problems, sneezing, watery eyes, runny nose, all of these things can make people really, really uncomfortable. some people very sick. >> what do you do about it? i have treatments, all right. everybody knows, including maryann vaughn i'm a big fan of nasal levage. one buy over the counter nasal steroids like flon thease. >> this is sinus rinse. i don't own any part of this company but i want to let you know, make the price go up $6,000 but what you do here is you put distilled the water and a packet. >> does it have to be distill water. >> you don't want an ameba. use distilled water. put a pack net there. you shake it up, follow ex. can we get a close-up look.
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like that and like that. >> it he is not showing us do that tight shot again. >> the other it will spew out. >> what we call in medicine, boogers. >> and that is your allergies. >> it gets rid of the pollen particles and it works like a charm, folks. then if you really have problem come see your doctor, nurse practitioner, physicians assistant, all of you guys and what they can sometimes do is put some steroid in here or even if you have chronic sinus problem, a whole new revelation of medicine. >> it builds up once you walk back outside. >> you do it every day. >> why are you so amp up, are you on six cups of coffee right now. >> i love coffee. >> do you love coffee. >> i'm not crazy like you you. >> what is going on. >> i'm next to you and alex. >> you think that might be according to this study a coffee gene.
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>> what is this. >> well, some people, metabolized caffeine differently then others. now, i think i have some kind of a super gene that doesn't metabolized it at all because i love coffee, i drink it a lot. and coffee is like the elixir of life. it is full of anti oxidants. it has been schenn to reduce your risk of type two diabetes, alzheimer's, all kind of problems, as long as you don't put heavy cream and lots of sugar and that is what people do in this country. >> if you like coffee, and it will work for your parents. >> there may be a component component, yeah. >> my mother loves tea and i drink it all the time. that is my thing. >> the thing is, coffee, also, and most people don't admit it but they use it for medicinal purposes because they want it to keep them awake. very quickly, folks, drink
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small sips throughout the day if you need to stay away. don't take a big gulp and drink it all in the morning. small sips throughout the day will keep awe leather, fit, and ready to go. >> thanks, doctor mike. >> you are looking fine this morning. >> you look that way every day. >> i bet you can't wait until tomorrow. >> it is 8:00 o'clock. good day to you. watch what you say, some college students are returning to campus, and with a new guideline, the controversial list of words, this they are not supposed to use. natalie portman on good day star is making her directing debut why her new film of tail of love and darkness is being compared to the famous movie masterpiece shindler's list. forget throwing darts with friend it is time to throw some axes, new craze and it is in philadelphia. yes, an ax.
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we will take you to the first indoor byob, ax throwing arena. it is national dog day. >> ♪ who let the dogs out good are your pets feeling the love? human habits in make your dog unhappy and we want to see fido. send us your photos. use the #fox 29 good day. >> interesting on this dog day we have some dogs outside the studio, i will meet them in 15 minutes. evidently we humans do something wrong toward behavior with dogs. >> give them a hug is a good thing, might not be a good thing. >> you have to treat your dog right. >> yeah. >> what do you got there, bob. >> sand here is hard. >> it is probably because it is ice cream. >> a bucket of ice cream. >> who brought this in. >> sixers are having their big beach bash tomorrow, down in avalon at jack's place, and a chance to meet some of the
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players and all that. >> yes. >> look at that. >> i think it is cookies and cream. >> that has got to be graham crackers, the sand as we learned a few weeks ago. >> yes, very good. >> yes. >> all right. >> like you wouldn't dip a spoon in there. >> yes, give me some. >> you will need ice cream this week. we have another heat wave, sue. this is ridiculous. >> we could wye the even of the weekend but it will not rain if this end up being your last weekend at the beach, before school starts and all that, we have an eight out of ten today because of the humidity. your cherry pop sickle for cherry pop sickle day could melt rather quickly. warm, muggy in the 70's. you can see muggy the dog there. we are not rid of the showers
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yet. we have sunshine in olde city and 77 degrees. when you start out this warm, it is not too far to go before we get in the 90's. yesterday was 97 degrees but today 92. hotter then yesterday and more humid but what about the weekend. we will give you details, coming up. are you finish your ice cream, bob kelly. >> yes, graham cracker on top, cookies and cream, in there, got to have it. ice cream and coffee. good morning, everybody. as we start your friday, 8:03, live look at 422, heading in toward king of prussia, normal morning volume. we have sun glare sprinkled in there. ben franklin bridge no problems at all coming into downtown philadelphia problems on the market frankford line between fifth street and berks street, all trains, need to board on the westbound platform. so, equipment problems here on the market frankford line, right here between fifth and berks, and as you make your way in to downtown for the gang in q town the old bethlehem pike between koons
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and rosedale road watch for an accident. weekend trolley blitz begins late tonight and through monday, subway surface trolley lines are terminating from 40th and market. from there take market frankford line. chris and alex, back to you. a $6,000 reward is being offered for information in the shooting that critically wounded an eight year-old girl in camden. >> police say right now they are searching for a person who pulled the trigger. dave kinchen at cooper university hospital where they are working to save that little girl's life. let's cross our fingers, dave report report no doubt about that. doctors are working incredibly hard to save this eight year-old girl, identified as gabby, according to her friends, now we can tell you that while she's still here in critical condition, fight to go stay alive at cooper university hospital officials are posting a reward for information leading to a suspect. we're told that she was struck in the head by a stray bullet while riding her bike near her home at eighth and spruce streets here in camden wednesday night she was caught in the cross fire of armed suspects aiming for someone
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else according to camden county police. the since then police have been pounding the pavement going door to door and stopping cars to see if anyone knows anything about the shooting while passing out flyers announcing the $6,000 reward for tips leading to an arrest this morning we are hearing from devastated neighbors. >> gabby don't deserve this, like she was a great little girl, she got straight a's. it is more a case then a dog. >> when you hear a eight year-old girl gets shot in the head in your neighborhood what goes through your mind. >> its has gone too far. >> she didn't deserve that at all. she didn't deserve that at all. >> i have a granddaughter myself that is six years old. she's not the loud outside at night. >> well, police tell thaws they believe that this shooting is gang related but that is a a new detail since we were on this story yesterday. we want also tell you why investigators are looking
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through several tips they have gotten they have partial surveillance video or surveillance video showing part of the shooting that they are going through to get a better idea who they are as well. now back to you. >> thanks, dave. we will need to more about this case. 8:06. from camden to philadelphia where a police sergeant is incredibly alive and talking after a car slammed into him in manayunk. we're told this happened yesterday. when you see this you will be shock that this officer lived through this. >> because now we have video of the incident. we want to warn you it may be shocking to watch. here it is, it happened at 1:00 a.m. you can see police officer outside of a car there and owe, right there is when it happened. the joseph kaine junior was talking to an office shore was making a a traffic stop. then a car comes into view and that sergeant is suddenly out of frame. car hit him so hard he landed 15 feet away and was knock out of his shoes. the driver just kept going. tow truck operator spotted the driver and tipped police. they arrested 21 year-old colin murphy of schwanksville,
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who is facing a bunch of charges including dui and the officer is in the hospital and in stable condition. thank goodness because it is really tough to watch that video. 8:07. it is time for our school supply drive, because it is official, we're in the 8:00 o'clock hour. we need to get things started. grab your new back to school items and head to clementon park. >> you can see quincy harris there until 10:00 o'clock this morning. hi quincy, how is it going. >> it is going slow. this is what we need. we need five new school supplies, you can see between now and 10:00 a.m. do you that come to clementon park you get 15-dollar tickets home until 10:00 a.m. look at this guy, young guy, he walk all the way here, he is giving out his school supplies. >> how are you. >> what is your name. >> landon. >> so landon gave, you can see the same thing, he gave a composition book, some pencils, some paper.
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he gave more than five things. some more notebooks. now landon how old are you again. >> five. >> you are years old. >> are you going to kindergarten. >> yes. >> are you excited. >> yes. >> landon is five. he doesn't even have parent here. walk here by himself. said i start school next week i want to give some stuff. we appreciate that landon. thank you very much. we have bus stop buddy here. buddy, do you have some stuff bus stop. the bus stop buddy has some stuff. sue serio is sad back in the studio. come to clementon park between now and 10:00 a.m. we will need five new school supplies for you. you are in new jersey, come on by, we need you, we miss you. >> we miss you, quincy, we know you are helding it down. now an update about an inspiring young lady who we first met with lauren johnson. >> back in april we met rachel grace the manager of the girls basketball team at north penn high school. her acceptance into college
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went viral. do you remember this. >> notify you of your acceptance into the program. >> i got in. i am going to college. i got in. >> that is so special. >> never get tired of seeing this rachel was accepted to east stroudsburg university's three-year career independent living studies program and she recently spoke a at the montgomery county down syndrome inclusion conference. here's a little bit of that from rachel's speech. >> program at north penn is excellent. i can learn many important things like how to fill out a job application, how to go on interviews and how to do banking. these skills help me make my next step which is to being a
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career, independent living, the program in east stroudsburg university. i am leaving for college tomorrow. that is so special. how amazing is she. >> yes. >> i love overcoming odds and everything else she has had a great time and good luck in college. >> best of luck for you. >> in western pennsylvania. boys will be boys, right? but they don't to have play sports. why one mom wants to you stop asking her son about his athletic abilities. it is national dog day but i guess that is still trying to show them some love this morning. send in your pictures. but we will talk about the human habits that makes your dogs unhappy. there are some things you do and may not realize it but that your dog doesn't do. >> i am learning, i can tell. we want to see picture of your dog. thinks kacie. happy friday, happy national dog day. >> leslie my beautiful ivy in
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live at clementon park and splash world this clementon, new jersey. our bus stop buddy who is every where. we had him down the shore. in clementon park today. all for our school supply drive that is on now, and bus stop is looking for somebody to greet this morning. so bring five school supplies. you can even bring five of these giant pencils. i will show you it, we made these out of pool noodles from pin this, pinterest project and we will use it as a pointer for our weekend forecast. where is this? in the poconos mountains. your weekend looks good at the shore as well. we have, a land breeze today, land breezy with 88 degrees, but lower 80's on sunday and machine with more ocean breeze, water temperature between 75 and 78 degrees. this rain thaw are seeing
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here as we point out with the pencil is part of the cold front that will come through tonight but when that happens maybe between let's say six or 7:00 tonight we don't expect any rain with it. all of the rain we had this morning and it wasn't much, it is out of here. it is 77 degrees in philadelphia a. seventy-one in mount pocono. seventy-six in dover, delaware. already very muggy. look at dew points, they are back in the 07's, dover is really stick which a 77-degree dew point. here's your seven day forecast. 92 degrees today. ninety tomorrow and sunday. if we make it to 90 both days and it will be a close call we will have our sixth heat wave of the season. eighty's as we head in the middle of next week. phillies come back into town and we have a chance of thunderstorms on tuesday and wednesday, bob kelly. >> i remember going to clementon lake park at all saints school pick necessary, three or four buses, they go down there the whole day. 8:15.
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southbound i-95 jammo from cottman into center city, they are a construction squeeze, nothing out of the ordinary there we are looking good on the freeway coming towards the city. but remember on a friday, summertime you want to beat the traffic and be up and over that walt whitman bridge in later then 2:00 he clock otherwise pack snacks for the ride down there. weekend trolley blitz coming our way tonight through monday, and where all of the subway surface trolleys will terminate at 40th and market. from there the market frankford line will work your way from downtown. >> we will get back to celebrating national dog day. we have great picture people are sending in. harry says my baby girl angel, national dog day. angel is having fun there. darlene says, hi from teddy. hi there teddy. and we have precious and gigi hard night of player playing. they are knock out. they are having a great time. we love your pets. but there are some things that irritates them. we don't want that to happen. so chris, you are learning all
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kind of great tips. we are treating our pets. we are here from camp bow would you in northeast philadelphia thanks for coming in. >> you're welcome. >> it is national dog day. we will get to why it is important to adopt dogs. i have dog wilson, whom i love. i might be doing things to stress wilson out that i didn't know i was doing. >> you have to know that every doggies an individual. so there are certain things people do that really do stress dogs out. >> come over here and show me. one of the first thing. >> so i don't know these dogs. first thing that might stress a dog that you don't know out, people have a tenenscy to hug the dog to death and say i love you, i love you, and dogs don't necessarily like to be hugged immediately especially by strangers. the it gives them a sense of being trapped, and it scares the day lights out of them. you have to approach a dog gently and get to know them a
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little bit. >> would you display for me the proper way to approach this dog here because again, you don't know these dogs. >> first thing you want to do is say hey, here, you just hold your hand like this down. so she likes me. now that she licked me and likes me i can pet her head but i will not get down on the ground and put my arm and said i love you, because petunia might in the like that. >> don't get face-to-face. >> yes, don't make total eye contact and just stair them town. you have to get to know them a little bit and let them guide you on how they want to be approached. >> you have a couple more tips. >> other thing that people don't know is when your doggies sleeping just don't start will them awake. >> doggies on the ground sleeping you don't want to put them and scratch your belly. >> no, you don't want to scream, let's go because it
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will scare the dog and because dogs tend to sleep deeper then humans, and you don't want to start will will them awake. the other thing that is important that people don't do a lot is you have to be consistent with your dog. dogs love routines. people think okay i can wake up at ten and walk them at ten in the morning. the dog like consistency and security in their life. if you wake up at 6:00 in the morning during the week you should kind of wake up at 6:00 k them and feed them, keep them on a feeding schedule be very consist ten. just like raising a child. >> now these dogs are up for a toppings. >> they are from the wilmington humane society in bensalem. they are two beautiful dogs. they are adoptable dogs. adopting a dog saves a life and gives them a forever home and it is just, you are really saving someone's life and you
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will reap so many benefits from it. >> thank you. >> you could go on all day. >> i probably could. >> yes. >> i'm sorry. >> don't ever be sorry because it is a great cause. >> it was interesting, these tips you have it is how we humans like to be treated as well. >> they are just like people. >> yes, there you go. >> just like people and thurman's best friend. thanks, very much, chris. 8:20. ryan lochte drama continues, new charges against the olympic swimmer while one company gives him another chance. he is getting an endorsement deal? um. and watch what you say, some college students are returning to campus surprised to learn about a new guideline, the controversial list of words that they are not supposed to use, there is some no, no words.
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dudley and charlie, sea shell retrieving. thanks for send ago this in. >> boy, codey looks happy, right. >> well, we have sophia and bentley. the kids love and clearly sophia hates pink. >> i love it. >> and ronald is a big fan of the show. hope you are doing well. do you hear that music. we will play songs with the word dogs in it, songs about dogs. if you have any suggestion, tweet thaws too but use #fox 29 good day. we are sending out suggestions. we have some songs that we have, sent in. >> my favorite song by neil young is old king and it business his dog named king. >> i like atomic dog. >> that is going back. >> yes, it is. >> university of wisconsin milwaukee students prior to start the fall term campus leaders are trying to set some controversial guidelines that have to to with speech. >> well, last year uwm's
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inclusive excellence center just debuted its just words campaign. bringing attention to words and phrases that they do not the want to be used like retarded, crazy. you know, word people might find hurtful. also on the list is ghetto, nazi, even the term politically correct. >> we're not saying you cannot say these word but we are saying some of those words can be construed as micro aggression. i'm not being p.c. i'm just being me. >> a lot of peoples feelings are getting hurt recently just for anything. >> and, the center for inn exclusive excellence, said no comment when asked about the issue. but i mean maybe it is good. if this is something when you are on campus talking to the people that is great thing about college. you meet people from different background and all walks of life. they have their own experience. if you can find word. you can use the words if you want, just pointing out word that might be hurtful. >> you just don't want to be
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hurtful. >> exactly. >> yeah. >> lets check back with quincy because in the only is he in clementon park but getting school supplies getting you ready. quincy, you are fashion nate, honey. >> we are doing fashion. definitely doing fashion. but what is your name. >> so they have five school items appease, and they are getting in the the park for only $15 and until 10:00 a.m. we have a fashion show for you guys as well.
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sports. why one mom wants you to stop asking her son about his athletic ability. we're collecting school supplies this morning in clementon park in clementon new jersey. >> quincy harris is there right now. real important for kid to have the surprise ready to go for school to start. quincy good morning to you. >> we have eric here from forman mills, we will do a fashion show. >> yes, we are. >> you're getting ready for school. sometimes you have to stretch those bills. >> you do, i want you to take a look if you are dressing one kid, let alone two or three you know how much money you can drop. that is where forman mills shines, about value. this is basic school uniform look, pant two for 16 bucks. shirts two for nine. backpacks five dollars. shoes, ten bucks, all right. that is what forman mills is about. you have one or two kids you will need that value so badly. then they need fashion too. it is all about fashion, trend
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and, of course, forman mills. turnaround and take a look at this from the i didn't realize forman mills sold that collection. desiree, come here. tell us what we are looking at here. >> we have alexis wearing the the color of the season. it is olive. everything is ollie. she has a olive sweater dress, she also has her denim jacket, check out combat boots and turnaround what kind of backpack, emoji, emoji everything. >> i love it. >> we will move down, treading backward. >> these are super cool. >> look at them. >> we have alvin. he is supporting one of the military looks as well because this is what is in. he has the rip and repair denim on. check out his pumas, only 20 bucks. he has one sided backpack. show us what you got. >> he is ready for fashion. >> yeah. >> we will go to our last but not least.
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>> look at that. >> she's so pretty. >> we can't stand her. >> i want a daughter now. >> well, here you go. she's wearing what is considered one of the hottest trend as well. we have, the military patch t, sparkle tights on, t utu and glitter high tops. can we just show this real quickly. backpack comes with a hat. >> so cute. >> these are not expensive. >> absolutely not. you can get this whole look under $50, including the backpack. >> buddy, are you excited. >> he needs new shoes. >> i've got you we have shoes, t-shirts eight for ten bucks. we have having at forman mills. all about value fashion and trend. >> you sound like you have a radio voice. >> every now and then i'm compelled to use that voice. >> can we hear this. >> this is where sound guy will tender his resignation.
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>> one, two, three. >> forman mills. >> you can't beat that. >> that is right. >> here at clementon park. bring five new school items, before 10:00 a.m. get into clementon park for five dollars. >> come on. >> i remember. >> thank you quincy. >> you need to do it. >> thank you, bus stop buddy. >> yes. >> forman mills. >> yes. >> when i first came to philadelphia they had steve keeley give me a tour. drove me to forman mills. he said say this. he said say forman mills. >> did you do it. >> once you lived here a little bit you will know exactly why. >> did you do it. >> yes, let's hear you now. >> give us your best forman mills. >> forman mills. >> okay, all right.
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>> i have learn, sue. >> sue, top that. >> it the is true. this is bus stop buddy of the the future, after he leaves clementon park and forman mills. it is national dog day. we have muggy in the the shot, muggy the dog. but it is also very muggy. it is national cherry pop sickle day. what a perfect day. can feel how sticky it is. we don't have have anymore precipitation to show you. that is precipitation. 77 degrees in philadelphia humidity is going up. bit more warmer. 86 degrees on wednesday. thursday was 87. now we are in the 90's, hotter and more humid. what about the weekend. we have that forecast in just a few minutes. bob kelly is here right now. >> hi sue, good morning. 8:34. on this friday morning getting you ready for weekend. how is your curve? curve check. looking good the at conshohocken curve. here's an example of the sun popping through tree line
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here, and hits you hard into downtown. not bad as far as jams on any major roadways, it is typical friday morning in the summertime, light volume coming in toward the city but up in quake are town old bethlehem pike, between kuhns and rose dale red watch for an accident, and it is the trolley blitz, this weekend, and then on sunday, septa will replace these trolleys with buses on the route 11 and route 36. chris and alex, back to you. thank you. well, brittany's back and riding shotgun, what she reveals about this song on last night's car pool karaoke. >> is there a new project in the work about her, chris wait until you hear her. national dog day, jennifer send us this, isabella, hugo and elie from glenn more, so cute. we have lauren, sancho and
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we are live at clementon park in splash world, it is going on until 10:00 o'clock. get on down there and say hi to quincy harris. donald trump and hillary clinton are continuing to spar over racially charged rhetoric. >> this is someone who retweets white supremacists on line, and a user by the name
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white genocide p.m. trump took this fringe bigot, with a few dozen followers, and spread his message to 11 million people. >> it is the oldest play in the democratic play book. when democratic policies fail, they are left with only this one tired argument. you are racist, you are racist, you are racist. >> joining us from washington d.c. is chris wallace, so chris, has rhetoric evolved into this when we have real issues going on like trump easing off a little bit on his immigration reform ideas and then clinton e-mail scandal where she still refuses to talk to reporters about it. >> yeah, look, this is pretty amazing to have both of them accusing the other of being a racist and bigot and we are only in august. we have not even gotten to labor day yet traditional
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beginning of the presidential campaigns. you are talking here, chris about two candidates who are historically unpopular, have high unfavorable numbers and political play book says if you are unpopular you have to make the other candidate even more distasteful. we knew this would be a race to the bottom but we didn't know would it happen quite this quickly. it is something. we will talk on sunday to donald trump's third campaign manager kelly ann conway, very experienced pol store and strategies, he has, yesterday to the contrary notwithstanding been a pretty discipline candidate the last couple weeks reading speeches off the prompter focusing on hillary clinton and not putting himself in fight with gold star families et cetera into the story but it is interesting to see them getting to this point this quickly in the campaign. >> where does it go from here with the hillary clinton side of things. she was in reno, nevada and
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she was pushed on this e-mail controversy that continues to brew and more toys come from wikileaks. when will her feet be put to the fair by answering questions in a real news conference. >> inasmuch as she has been able to put off a news conference, she has done plenty of interviews including with "fox news" sunday at the end of the july but a news conference where you take all questions and you don't know who will be asking the next one it has been what 260 days, better part of a year. there is no subpoena power if she doesn't want to hold a news conference, people will complain about it but she apparently has decided it is to her advantage not to do that. i would be very surprised if she were to do it now because it would create such publicity, frankly when lou bag at the big news conference she held at u.n. when whole story about private e-mails broke in march 2015 she didn't do particularly well and a lot
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of the things that she said at that time like there was no classified material turned out not to be true. >> a lot to talk b we will see you sunday morning at 9:00 this morning gary johnson libertarian candidate on there as well and chris, thanks so much for your time. we appreciate it. >> thanks, chris. >> ryan lochte drama continues, new charges against the swimmer while one company gives him another chance, next with tmz.
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ever since the lochte gate i was worried for the guy. endorsements are dropped left and right. but now they should not worry about him dax holt because it sound like he will be just fine. he has a new endorsement deal, really? >> well, it does hurt to lose speedo and other ones but someone is coming to his corner a and that is pine brothers throat lozenge company. their motto is forgiving your throat so they are taking that motto one step further and saying not everyone, everyone makes mistakes the not everyone has to do a public level like that and they are confident that ryan lochte is a good person. he spends a lot of time in
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donating his time to charities and that they are like we want to give him a second chance by making him our sponsor. that means he will do print ads, commercials, getting a paycheck. good for him, a start, maybe some other sponsors will join in on that and have him back. >> print ads are perfect, media gets dicey for him. >> yes. >> he starts opening up his how the. >> he gets to open up some mouth and put a throat lozenge in there. >> i don't know. >> here's the thing, lose to the whole scandal and campaign will make it funny or stay away from it completely. >> i mean if it is, you know, the forgiving thing maybe they will. i doubt it though. i think they will focus the on the throat lozenge. >> let's be honest america can for get. we will see what happens. >> amber heard and johnny dep now that they have an agreement. she will donate seven million-dollar to charity. is johnny not paying the right way, what is going on here.
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>> i thought this would be done. i thought because they had done their settlement, agreed to pay her seven million-dollar, she would turnaround and give that seven million-dollar to two charities, aclu and children's hospital. well, she's still not happy. he is giving honey trekly on her behalf. she said and put on it a statement he is happy about being able to donate this honey and she goes okay if you want to donate money then double it and do 14 million-dollar to these charities because she says that because it is coming from him he is using that as a write off. she feels that is not fair that it should be the entire seven million-dollar that is going to the charity and that he is getting some kind of write off for himself. >> does that have to be settled in court. >> that is the settlement. i don't know if these two will ever, ever get along.
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>> nastier by the day. >> we will see. >> let's talk about j lo and casper smart. they have been together for a while, since 2011. now are they really done. >> it has been a long time. >> they are done for now. you have to keep in mind these two have broken up and got back together quite a few times. it is their thing. latest break up was over her wanting him to get to a charity event with her in the hamptons. he wanted to go to ufc202 and she did not appreciate that so she broke it off. i guess he is still in denial thinking we will get back together like we always do. she's saying no, i have moved on. i still see them getting back together. >> would you take ufc after spending time with casper. >> that is not too smart. >> little party or ufc202. >> seriously.
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>> look where it got him good after that fight she should have been like you were right you saw a great fight, i forgive you let's move on. >> keep dreaming. >> this is for charity, dax, charity. >> she can do that by herself, she doesn't need him there for it. >> always good to talk with you. have a great weekend. >> see you. >> thanks, guys. >> can't wait to watch tmz live. >> best show. >> i love the guy that comes on and tracks the things. >> that is other tmz live. tmz live is a talk show they give you the fact. >> they sit mr. and talk. >> it is not just sitting there, it is fantastic. >> voice guy is the evening one. >> mike loves that guy too. >> 8:50. passing up millions would you do that katie le decky she turns down huge endorsement deals. you will want to hear why she isn't taking money thrown at her. i want to ask you would you do this too.
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>> what we would like to you do is come to our school supply drive right there at clementon park and splash world. >> see through. we will there from eight to 10:00 a.m. bring some school supplies. we want to wish a happy, happy birthday to jeffery, who turns eight years old today. he is son of tracie, one of our co-workers here at the station. happy birthday. great photo.
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kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. it is 8:54. live look at an accident scene here in the tunnels under 30th street station, it is the westbound schuylkill expressway kind of peeking through the girders here so leaving south philly, coming into center city, the left
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lane is block. it looks like five cars all together on that westbound schuylkill at 30th street. no problems coming in from new jersey on the 42 freeway, and then keep in mind that on sunday buses will be placed to trolleys on the 11 and 36 and in villanova construction begins on route 30 lancaster avenue right there on campus so watch for delays through december, chris and alex, back to you. >> boys will be boys, right. >> but they don't have to play sports, why one mom wants to you stop asking her son about his athletic a built. natalie port man is on good day, star is making her directing debut why her new film a tail of love and tarkness is being compared to a famous movie masterpiece.
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i have to play give it to me baby. we are asking you for school supplies for school supply drive. look the at that, bus stop buddy is getting hugs. people are donating. this is great. go tout clementon park and splash world we will be there until 10:00 a.m. quincy is out there meeting and talking to people. well, good day to you. it is friday, august 26th, 2016. good morning everyone. >> good morning. it must be thirsty. >> you have been here what six hours. >> going on hour six which is fun, good way to round off the week. >> tgif. >> thank you dear. >> big plans this weekend. >> we're moving, i will be doing packing. >> one neighborhood over. >> how nice. >> that is the pain. you will move a block and you still to have get it a block. >> you have been in boxing but we can't find toothpaste. >> does that mean you didn't
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brush your teeth this morning. >> we cut the tube and you open it up and you squeeze it out like that. >> i to that all the time. >> absolutely. >> i hate moving in general. it is the worst. so stressful. >> and then you break something including your back but you still to have move the couch and then you have three sons, none of them are any help at all they are too young. >> they are helping unpack, the toys that have been pack. i packed them all up and they are unagoing. >> more work. >> good luck with that. >> well, mom jeans are cool again. and now they are headaching a come back. the what else. well, fall fashion trend. we will get you ready for going back to school shopping. what you need to take out right now. >> natalie portman is live on good day she's making her directing debut why her new film a tail of lightness and darkness is being compared to a famous movie masterpiece from the early 19 on's. >>


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