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>> keep some kids out of class? >> donald trump, and hillary clinton. >> lands on aircraft carrier with each other. >> i have no fate in hillary clinton with leadership. >> i've taken responsibility for my decision. >> he refuses to take
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responsibility for his sport. >> we'll have some of the tough questions for our commander in chief forum. that many say the preview of the upcoming debate. >> it is here, new i am phone seven and seven plus, unveiled to the public, one of its new features creating a lot of buzz, why apple says you should not be confused over the lack after head phone jack. come on, jack. >> good day everybody, what is it, september the eighth, 2016. oh, another concert tomorrow night. >> music. >> who is it? >> the loom inch ears. they've at the man. >> nice. >> in bourns, and ray lindback at the. >> the opening acts? >> i guess so. >> loom inch ears, only ones i heard of. >> rascal flatts in town. >> the camden want err front. >> i can't handle all of this. >> i know.
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>> we need a tour bus. >> i'll go into widespread panic, oh, they are area here september the 11, at the mann. >> and blues traveler, and the wallflowers, are tonight at the mann. >> wow. >> we're busy. >> i better make sure the weather is good. >> let's finds out. >> all right, here's sue, hey check out the sunrise this morning just beautiful. >> of course that sun will bother us later on with triple heat index because of the hoo heat advisory, great advice for everybody today to drink extra water, stay hydrated, stay in air-conditioning if you can no more rain it, have some move through the area earlier this, more now we have to deal with heat advisory in effect, noon until 6:00 p.m. for most of the area, temperatures in the 60s tort north of us, 72 in philadelphia, 73 wildwood, wilmington, delaware where we have the mess on i95, 73 degrees, 95 degrees our high today. it will feel like triple digits, tonight couple of pop
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up thunderstorms, otherwise, muggy, low of 76 degrees. >> good morning, waking to up shutdown, i95, tractor-trailer accident that was caring those blank signing coins used to stand many pennies here, at the mint. looking live from skyfox, 95 northbound in shutdown mode right in wilmington before the ramps for 29a we will scroll on back here all traffic has been turned off, at route 141. >> basically lifting up the tractor-trailer, putting onto a flatbed. let's look at the maps, out the front door right now, already a parking lot all the way back here, to route 273. so you want to try to work your way down to route 13, any
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which way you can, because right now, 273 and route one jammed, but 13 north will get you access to the delaware memorial bridge, also access to 495 at 95 headed up into wilmington, mike and alex over to you. >> let's take you to the scene, what are you seeing now at 7:04? >> all right, mike, i'll give you an idea what happened here. see the concrete barrier? there is this one, and then look at the one where they're about the g down the white pads. move up, chris, go along here, can you get in there where those people are putting the white pads? do you see another concrete barrier? now, chris will come over here. that will concrete barrier inches from the right lane white lane. now, a lot of times, if you're on the phone and talking you'll hit these rumble strips. these rumble vince, the concrete barrier wasn't even on the rumble strip. no room for error at all. now look at the rumble vince, notice puddles in all of them. that tells you it was raining overnight. and we heard report that this guy crashed during a rainstorm here, at 1:53, so if it is
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raining, visibility down, see approaching overpass, maybe the street light weren't as bright. he hit that thing. now, look, here is a good view what he hit. do you see before the concrete barrier where it starts, they have the metal thing there, with the yellow and black sign, and that is so you don't hit could be keith right away. that will thing made to give a little. sometimes barrels of water, that gave, and you can see the end of it here, but that still, when you hit the concrete barricade, that blue apart the truck, there is nothing but timing in this, ryan, stay with my shot, because here comes the truck, they finally cutting it away with steel hacksaws saw sparks flying, tractor trail their bob kelly is smartly calling like a big huge piggy bankment look at the side of it, mike and alex, see the burn marks on the side? tells you fire here as well, so fuel spill, maybe fuel caught fire as well, driver was okay, they said he was being assessed at the scene which told you we will will get out of the way here which told us that he was okay,
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maybe tell them what happened. here is perfect timing for the live shot. you will get stay with the shot. than is 95 northbound, for you people just who join us every day at 7:00. this is five hours after the accident stay here with the shot, along the barricade, trooper being nice to grab the tripod out of here, look at the top of that truck, that's a fire. these trucks sometimes look like curtains, and those pennies, still all over the road, so is the fuel. mix every fuel, pennies, and now when you see that barricade there, you can see what he hit. and boy these concrete barricades, they don't move even with a speeding tractor-trailer. and there is your picture of what looks like bob's piggy bank. the kids don't light it on fire. and look at the damage, there looking at the front ends now, this was the part that appears to be, there is some pennies, look at chris on the ends,
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pennies flat part here on the end. pen list probably be out of here hopefully, p.m. pennies embedded where it burns, as well. i pick up couple earlier. you see what bob kelly is talking about. these are the blank pen that's were headed for the mint obviously to get printed on with ghouled old honest abe's face on it, all over the road still, these two i pick up were covered in dirt and dry and fuel. >> still see they have a lot of work to do here. >> so back in my day, we used to collect slugs, they call them slugs wasn't real coin, still going in the vending machines. wonder if those slugs, those slugs, anybody from the mint watching today? >> i haven't had a dwight yet. i remember going into museums it, stretches it out, start the print?
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>> do we lose money here? >> no, the government lost some monday. >> i which means we lost monday. >> i that's right, that's right. >> we pay taxes, man, do you? >> you know, i haven't this year. i'm on extension. >> guys, ugh, might want to get that together. >> until october, flight. >> what? >> wasn't all good. october. >> there is somebody out there to see you. >> yes. >> the irs was calling. >> wow. >> all right, let's move ton this, because it was a bad night, frightening ordeal for philadelphia couple, gunman forces his way into their homes in the middle of the night. officer manage to go catch up with the suspect. arrest him there is home invasion happening on oakmont street around 1:00 this morning. once upside, police say the guy armed with a pistol started beating the owner of the home with the gun then took off. short time later officers say
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the armed thief then snatched a woman's purse in the area. police caught up with him and arrested him. >> someone tried it grab her purse happen about 9:00 on west 52nd street. woman shot in the chest and wrist. taken to the hospital. is expected to survive. nearby surveillance camera caught the whole thing and cops found her purse nearby, and what may be the robber areas sweatshirt. no arrest haves been made. 7:09. sellersville man being head without bail after police say he confessed to killing his elderly neighbor. detective combing the scene, 100 block of north main street. investigators say 34 year old damian walker admitting to used meth when murder 62 year old murder on tuesday. >> over in new jersey, flames ignite in moorestown farmhouse overnight. this is sad. crews looking quickly to make sure all of the horses in any livestock in that barn got
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out. >> blades starting along cox road just around 11:30 last night. firefighters manage to get it under control in about an hour. nobody got hurt. >> 7:10. donald trump and hillary clinton have crossed path on the same stage and approach the same, we've seen general election debate. >> and on aircraft carrier in the hudson river. >> focused on national security, who is more qualified to be the commander in chief of those troops? >> party intense, doug. >> you wonder if anybody has to cut the dock lines, threat go? >> maybe trap? >> it is true, was little bit of warm up act for the actual debate. that gave us some idea as to how these candidates plan to attack one another.
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>> they did share a goal at this forum, convincing voters specially veterans that they've the skills and judgement to be commander in chief. >> thank you very much. >> went first, almost immediately faced questions about her e-mail use. including one from retired naval officer. >> secretary clinton how can you expect those such as myself, entrusted america's most sensitive information to have any confidence in your leadership as president when you clearly corrupted our national security? >> so i did exactly what i should have done, and i take it very seriously, always have, always will. >> i think under the leadership of barack obama, and hillary clinton, the generals have been reduced to rubble. they've been reduced to a point where it is embarrassing for our country. >> he did say excepting immigrant served in the military but unwilling to go
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into specifics about his plan to take down isis. both candidates asked to refrain from asking one another and both failed on that point. >> she deletes 33,000 emails, and that's after getting the subpoena from congress. if you do that in private business, you get thrown in jail. >> going after american muslims, defaming gold star family, the family of captain can, making it more difficult for us to have a coalition with muslim majority nations, that is not going to help us succeed in defeating isis and protecting our american homeland. >> comes as we're about don't err full flag debate season, first debate, just about a two and a half weeks away, mike anal next. >> it is going to be hot in our schools today. that's affecting the schools, and they let out, sole schools from the region shutting down
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early this week. dave kinchen at one of the schools in trenton. >> a lot of student are probably thinking this is a cool development for them. getting out early, student at the hedge path williams middle school already leaving early along with student across all of trenton here. >> student sent home every day this week, early, including today and tomorrow, due to the expected high temps and humidity. the district says that the elementary schools, and the stokes early childhood center here, in trenton, will be dismissed at 1:00 this afternoon, they normally wrap up for the day at 3:15 p.m. the middle schools will send kids home at 12:45 p.m. when they usually end the day just before 3:00. actually 2:55 p.m. and the high schools will dismiss at 12:30 p.m., as well, we're told that staff will also be able to leave
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early, although, the administrative offices will continue to run at normal time. and we are also hearing late word that the reading schools, the middle schools, will be leaving early, and i was actually last night before i came to philly i saw the news in detroit, they're doing the same thing, letting kids leave early because of the heat, as well, mike anal next. >> really affecting the first week of schools then, and sue. >> and across the country. >> yes, sue, also happening tomorrow? >> and, tomorrow is friday, and saturday. so yesterday the first day of the heatwave. we've got # more, including today, no more rain, there was some rain that came through overnight. and it was isolated, but pretty intense, when it came through delaware, still, unknown whether it contribute today that accident, in delaware, on i95, but, that's to be determined. in the meantime now we can focus on heat, humidity, dave just talking about all of the counties you see here under the heat advisory where we could get heat index of 101, like we expect today.
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ump err 90s for heat index tomorrow, back to 11 on saturday. so, ya, until cold front comes through, and knocks this down, this is our weather pattern. >> pools aren't open and working, 72 getting started, 73 lancaster and wilmington, 73 wildwood. >> dew point close to the 70s, there in some cases so that's what makes it feel so sticky outside. start of the heatwave yesterday, 10 degrees above the average of 18 our high temperature, today, 95, tomorrow, 94, and saturday, around 94, but as you just saw it, will feel a lot hotter than that. by sunday, might mention, also, that you could hear rumble every thunder, saturday night into sunday. and pop up thunderstorms are possible any time it is hot, humid, but with cold front it will be less humid on sunday,
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than weather pattern will continue into the early part of next week. >> live look from skyfox, the scene, of the accident, early this morning, at around 2:00. when that tractor-trailer crash in the construction zone here, live look from i995, northbound lanes still closed, the accident happened since 2:00 this morning, all traffic has been forced off here, down to one lane, until five lanes of 95, going into one, at forced off at route 141. but you don't even want to get off at that point. looks like now they're probably blocking all traffic, back at route one.
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>> new advance, cleaning up the pennies and debris, all morning long, let's go to the maps, getting ready to step out the front door, again, 95 north, looks like, they now have it shutdown at route one. forcing traffic, get off there, or use 73 down to route 13. that will be the magic number up and over the delaware memorial, or up in toward wilmington. now, coming from say western delaware, or down to newark there, you can youth rouse two, or route four, that will keep you away from 95. staying away from 95 is the bottom line, the object here, probably lunchtime combination of getting all of the blanks cleaned up, then the fuel spill that's out there, as women. the back up, at route 273, and here's one example. what we could use with the blanks there, mike, and alex, we talk about it, that's what it looks like on the truck, gets to the mint, they print it out. nice pair of cuff links would be nice. >> are they really cuff links?
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>> yes. >> cool. >> i'll have steve bring us back some blanks and we'll get them made up. >> how much do you think they cost? >> two sent, one for each, two sent. >> and maybe processing charge, maybe two sent each? >> i bet those cuff links are more than that. you. >> think so? >> i hear at the mint they give you money no long being printed out they give you bags up of it so you can do stuff with t i need to go. i haven't been. >> i need to take my big continue, my big bucket of change over to the bank across the street because they have one of those machines? >> remember wrappers from the bank, put all of the coins in, yep, fowl them down, dimes, nickles. >> our friend ryan has to be a man in the morning. and has been suspended by the united states olympic committee for ten months, following, that night out in rio, with the boys so that's
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going to affect him, the committee has yet to release statement officially, but ryan had claimed a stranger point the a gun at him it gas station and demanded cash, but brazilian police say ryan and other us swimmers vandalized specially the bathroom and security guards confronted them about it it means that ryan would miss the 2017 world championship, won't be able to go to that. >> see, i'm not sure how i feel about this. how long was michael phelps out? >> i don't remember. >> some say oh, better not get worse than michael phelps. be interesting to compare. but ten months. >> will he then train for the next olympics? >> dancing with the stars. >> apple debuts the newest iphone the seven plus, so how much is it going to cost? i heard that seven stinking plus is boarding on the a thousand dollars. lauren will know this from wall street.
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plus back to school. superintendent doctor william hite is in our studio. if you have a question for him bring it on, get on twitter right now.
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>> a rot of people waking for this big announce. , iphone seven. now starting to face the facts about prices and how much it will cost. >> well, let's finds out exactly how much this iphone seven, seven plus, costs, lauren simoneetti go. >> it starts at $649 for the 32 gig, which is smallest of the newest model. they took away the 16 gig version. you want the 32, $649. >> okay. >> if you want the most expensive 256 gig version, $849. >> geez. >> that's for the seven. but there is also the seven plus phone with better camera, those start at oh, boy, okay, are you ready? >> yes? >> starts at $769.
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>> all right? >> and the best top of the line phone, $969. >> 969? >> they ain't cheap. now, you can become part of the iphone upgrade plan, where essentially you pay monthly fee. >> rid? you. >> lease your phone, every two years you can get a new one. but that's going to cost you if you're buying a phone nearly a thousand dollars. it will be expensive, each month, also. i have another question then. the big headline out of this whole thing, besides the storage capacity. >> right? >> the wireless ear buds. >> air pods, the air pods. >> i'll lose them, no question about them. >> yes, you will. >> ill lose them. how much do they cost? >> $159, they go on sale next month, not only are they expensive. you have to charge them. it is like another device that do you have charge. the charge only lasts 45 hours. so if you're flying somewhere, you have to charge your phone mid flight. you can charge in in in the
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little box they come, in it is convenient, but feel i think will lose these things, because they're so small, comfortable. >> that's the problem, go wireless, i can't think of any other thing that could you make where people won't lose it, you snow because it is wireless. >> that's the whole pointing, i don't know why it is so expensive. the blue tooth thing, so embarrassing. >> oh, when people have blue toots? >> just in there all the time, embarrassing, again, the worse picture i've ever seen, see if key can finds it, james brown's funeral. there were six or seven paul bearers, one of the dudes caring his casket, a blue taught, now, who are you talking to? >> maybe if it is like televised oring? >> no. >> just saying? and maybe forgot it was there? >> who? who do you need to talk to while caring a casket? >> the lord. you need to look up say
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please, not me next. >> okay well i'm happen which my six. >> just watch lauren, when everybody has their air pods in their ear, walking around, next thing you know mike will want one, then one in his ear too. >> probably, but she right. >> i know, we will all have them in our ears over the next -- >> but in the meantime, apple doing the right thing here. they included for free, even though the phone can cost as much as $970, the ad apartment or, make sure you don't lose the ad apartment or, charge it into the plugging port, put your. phone in the other end, here did you. >> how is it free when you still have to buy the phone and then buy the ear pods? free with the ear pods? the 150 extra? >> no, no, buy the iphone seven it comes with the adapt tore, so your current headphones will work with the phones. >> oh, if you want to do the wireless. >> it is like a jungle, like a
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little, you know, i don't have anything to show you. >> that's all right. >> if you have a question for our school superintendent, doctor william hite, will be sitting next to us in a matter every minute, get on twitter, what's your handle? >> alex holley fox 29. >> how do you spell holey? h-o-l-l-e-y. >> and mike? >> m-i-k-e. >> lovely. >> we'll be right back. >> oh, we're going to jen. >> is that where we are going? >> jen, you know when go to school, do you have sit in the caroline and wait and wait? >> like she now? >> i mean, i'm wait fog for my kids for an hour and a half. says this thing will make caroline more reasonable. what do you think this is? go again to twitter. it is not a bomb. looks like a bomb. that will won't make it more reasonable at all. what is this thing? and how does it help?
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yikes. not good, kids. >> ♪ >> the boss breaks a record in philadelphia last night, his longest us show ever, will he set another record here in philly tomorrow night? >> so played for four hours, four minute, record from the united state after 35, 40 year career so will he end encourage today break it? >> of course. >> tomorrow night, sue. if you go tomorrow night, i want -- >> four hours five minutes? >> i'll even do three, three minutes. >> oh, okay. >> no, did he four. >> ya. >> sitting next to the school superintendent. >> and he's making his head at you right now. >> every time i'm around a school authority, i freak. >> and we can tell. >> i'm not doing any math in my head. scary. bus stop buddy ready to learn today. he's got his water bottle,
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good advice for all of us to stay hydrated on day like today. with temperatures in the 60s and 70s to get us started, sun already up. >> got rid of the rain overnight, just little bit but gone now, and we are talking about temperatures, that will be so hot, we have heat advisory in effect until noon to 6:00 p.m. feet like 100 plus degrees. >> southerly breeze, 5 miles per hour but 95 should be the high today feeling like triple digit as we said. >> that's a look at your weather today, how long is this mess going to last? we all want to know that, bob kelly. >> you know what? going to the bruce concert tomorrow, you better hope he stay and place longer, because adele is playing across the street. and where are you going to go besides traffic? might as well just sit in there, listen to more music, right? 7:32, good morning, everybody, shot from the news van, as
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they pull out tractor portion of the tractor-trailer involved in the accident this morning on i-95 still closed northbound, in delaware, going to the maps, get ready to step out the front door. we are jammo, from pretty much route 273, all the way up to the split of 295, 495, i95 come together. getting ready to leave the house right now, 95, don't do it. head for route 13. that's going to be your best option. i know, it is not the best, it is only two lanes, at times, but, that is the only way you're going to be able to get to the delaware memorial bridge and further north in toward wilmington, and there is the shot of the back-up. i59 northbound, that's the back up there, at route 273. mike and alex back over to you. >> thank you. >> 7:33, well, more than 100,000 student in philadelphia are back in the classroom this morning. and while there is much to be positive about, heading into the school year, teachers
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remain on the job without a contract. >> superintendent doctor william hite joins us once again, always good to have you on good day philadelphia. >> always glad to be here. >> you said it. some schools, up in trenton, will let out schools, anybody, any of the schools in philadelphia, school district? >> no, i was in schools from yesterday to the end, and we're going to monitor, all of the schools are not air-conditioned. >> right. >> obviously, and we will continuously monitor, and have water, we have hydration, stations in schools now, fans going, in the schools without, but we monitor those classrooms. >> 7:34, on this thursday morning, nobody getting out early today. >> full day. >> full day. >> because we've had some parent. >> full day today. and we would make the appropriate notification if in fact we decide to dismiss early for weather. >> 130,000 kids back in the philadelphia school district as of this morning.
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last year you sat here at this very same time, hotter last year than this year. >> indeed, indeed. >> and oh, won't be counselors and nurses, has that been rectified? >> we have counselors and nurses now in every school, in addition, we have new textbooks, math and english, part of $32 million investment, we have new technology, for all teachers, and we have now hydration stations, fresh water in schools, as well. and so we're feeling very good about the start of the year. and, yesterday, felt very different than it has the past four years. >> why is that? because of all of these things? >> because of all of these things, these changes. number one, we have a state budget now. >> that's 50 million extra? >> we got to 50 million extra, 35 million of that went into schools, and supplied those instructional materials, the counselors and nursing. >> and last year, teacher, shortage, but you're up to 999%? >> we have 99% of the vacancies filled, we some last
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minute resignations, naturally continuing to hire to fill those. so it just feels very different and yesterday there was a lot of energy, across the district, both from families, from educators, from principals, and from the children who are glad to be back in school. >> let's get to some twitter questions if you don't mind, doctor hite. from jeffrey rodriguez, please, ask doctor height how much longer will educators have to work without a contract? when are you going to sit down with pft and negotiate? >> than what, more than a thousand days now? >> more than a thousand days. and we have had numerous conversations, and so, first and for most thank you for the question. i want to make it clear, i want a contract, as well. we've put a proposal on the table for the pft. and we think it is reasonable. but just like it is under kate
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dollars in the toads year qual yesterday it, must be reasonable, fair, but also reasonable, so it doesn't take the district into the red, in three, four years. >> included wage increase? >> no question about it, the offer that's on the table has included a wage increase, and step increase. >> here is the statement for the president of philadelphia federation of teachers has, what they have to say. >> jerry jordan says: in part pts members have not had a raise in nearly five years, financial penalty for working in philadelphia schools is more than a mere point of frustration for educators. the uncertainty of the past 1100 days has created unstable atmosphere that compromises the district act to recruit and retain teachers and school staff. >> are you having trouble recruiting peach tears teach? >> we hired 700 individuals this past year. and for the first time since i've been here we saw fewer numbers resign and retire. >> isn't the question over some years, though it, might change? >> over the years it, could change, and not having the
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contract, death mental to individuals, because then we would come up, recruiting ground. but to the pointy made earlier, recognize the frustration, saw the tremendous work teachers will doing in classrooms yesterday, i too, want a contract, why we put reasonable, we put a fair proposal on the table, that's consistent. >> so what's the problem? what's the sticking point here? >> i mean, so we can negotiate obviously on fox 29, but by the same token, but it is a process that takes both parties working to resolve the issue, and while we've made what's a reasonable proposal with increases, they i don't to speak -- >> well, did jerry jordan commented, it is created an unstable atmosphere in the school district. >> yes, well, i don't think it has been an unstable environment we would not have been able to hire 700 new individuals if it were unstable, nor would we have
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seen fewer individuals leave the district. >> over how long? over the past year or just -- >> past year. >> i think the concern is over several years. you want to have the stability lasting for four, five years. >> no question, no question, it is over several years. and other things just not having the contract. we didn't have a state budget. also closing schools, we also were laying off large numbers of individuals, we also were reducing and cutting programs, and taking materials out of schools. now we're making $440 million in investment in schools. we had 2500 teachers past summer participate in professional development. >> when is the next sit-down with the union? want to do it today? >> well, we are ready to do it at any time. and we welcome the conversation. and we want to get this resolved, just as they do, very important. >> you and jerry just sit here with us, and we'll bang this thing out. >> be the mediator. >> almost five years, we can do it right here. >> couple of the air pods?
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>> be in the same room then. >> okay. bruce springsteen, he set record last night if philadelphia, he set a record in philly after all these years in the business? i'll give you the exact time he played. >> you give it away. you ruined it. >> i'll come up with something better. >> okay, what you got? >> we might even finds a different clip. >> sometimes there are rules for how long we can record, so it might be that. >> plenty every time to record, it was four hours and four minutes. >> ♪
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did you know people can save over $500 when they switch to progressive? did you brush your hair today? yes, mom. why? hmm. no reason. >> bruce springsteen set a record last night, played for four hours, four minute, longest time he's ever played in a concert in the u.s.a. going back to the early 80s. >> that's 34 songs. >> thirty-four songs. >> and they'll do it again tomorrow night. >> all over again tomorrow night. chris murphy? >> chris murphy, slide in,
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will you be disappointed if he doesn't go four hours and five minute? >> i think i will a be relieved. >> we'll get some sleep. >> but on a friday. you don't have to go to work the next day. >> you're producer ryan palmer >> ryan? >> going together, you don't even know his name. >> jim palmer and i are going together. >> so who organized this, like a bromance for me here, right? >> you're out mike. i'm in with ryan now. there he is. >> oh,. >> he said you organized it. >> our news director. >> you asked him out. >> our news director jim driscoll, i know him, said i have a budd any new york who over bought, was overzelous in the purchasing department, and needed to get rid of tickets. i said, hey, jim, give me -- >> how did jim tell this? >> jim didn't tell us about this deal.
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>> i tried to bring mike injury wick me, he didn't want to go. >> oh, i've been to one every his concerts. that was enough. >> and i knew it wasn't beyonce, or re re, that you wouldn't go. >> re re? >> i love you. >> he knows what it is like to sit in a school line to pick up his kids every afternoon. the line is long. >> you never did this? >> oh, did i it, too, yes but i never did my make up or moisturize dollars myself. >> there are other things you can do in the car in a line. jen can show us other things to keep you occupied. >> okay, so what he is that snipping. >> what do you guys think this is? >> it looks like -- >> graze i gadget, by the with a i my car isn't going to be sticky either from those darn kits. -- kids. come on back, how to make car lines, you know, liveable again.
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donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. >> live look from the news van, clearing away what's left of the tractor-trailer accident. >> this mess in wilmington, going to the map, 59 northbound, still closed, all traffic had been forced off at exit 5a. they're now forcing all traffic off here, at route 273. which is christianna mall
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interchange. that's a good locate or for you. we are jammed solid if you can make it to route 13, will give you access, here are two still shots, alternates, in gridlock, 273, route 213, route 13, work your way out of the christie answer a mall interchange. sun shire for all of the outdoor concerts coming up this weekend, sue has the answer coming up in 15 seconds. >> heatwave number seven started yesterday, our heat advisory goes from noon until 6:00. today, that's the hottest part of the day. we think it will be feeling like triple digit today,
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tomorrow, or close to it, and saturday, as well. so, there may be some more of that, as far as heat advisories are concerned, coming up. wear light weight, loose fight fitting clothing, exercise outside in the morning or evening, drink plenty of water, all seems obvious, you do need reminding don't ever leave kids or pets in vehicles but specially when you have a heatwave. so the seven day forecast, 94 today, 94 tomorrow, 94 saturday, break sunday in time for the eagles game, eagles game, with lower humidity, by that, mike and alex. >> well, i have to hand it to you, sue that was dwight a forecast. >> very nicely done. >> i put my finger on it, didn'ty? >> my hand needs to be moisturize dollars maybe do that cents an i wait for my kids in the school. >> it is a little ashy. , i won't lie 50 anniversary of star track, but first, to jen. >> we have anna here.
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and she's not a mom yet. not yet. future mom. >> but, i told but this caroline situation. hour from your kids after school. so since we're parked, some ways to make this little bit more comfortable. >> bill more bearable, see truly how fabulous we can be today. because this is hand expresso, plowing it into your cigarette lighter. discussing is this even called that any more? let the gauge go little further, two minute, then you can pour a cream top expresso, right, from your car. >> look at that. >> this is hilarious, i love it. so nine the second. through the rest of it, tell me what this is? >> so this, called they're send shale eight. so brilliant, especially if you're a mom on the going, because it allows to you do your make up on the run, a
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cream gel texture, you can get, all of the essentials would you need including foundation, concealer, lipstick, everything has magnetic, right, so you won't ruin it, i love you're not going to have any powders in the car. it makes it a mess. >> speaking of mess, my kids are discusting, they're animals, they love to drink stickie juice all the time. >> they grab the juice box and squeeze it, this is my drinky. pick this up at inch bug. com. what it is, it is adjustable juice box, you can put anything from a 4-ounce, to a 8-ounce. >> oh, that's cool. >> they cannot squeeze it for the life of them. won't have any spills. >> finally when not waiting in car lines, my kids are on the darn bus for an hour and a half, they get car sick, regular people too. >> right. exactly. even if you're a commuter, you know? this is great. this is called queezy pot. it essential oil blends with
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natural herbs that helps you not to be as nauseous, especially, if you're commuter on got or kid on the bus. >> i love. >> this is great. all natural, really great use it if you're pregnant too. >> cheers, mike jerrick, i know you hate it when i have expresso. >> expresso sitting in the carp, i need it, i want t. >> how much is the expresso maker? >> yes. >> how much is this thing? >> this is 200 at jet. com. >> cheaper than starbucks. >> over time, ya. >> i want that thing. >> commuting long distances in. >> seriously. >> mike jerrick want one. >> coming over to buy it. >> oh, please come by. >> hard to explain. i can't explain it. but it is 50th anniversary of star trek, and we have a group out on the patio that will play for you. the name of the group, the
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rodedberry's, created star trek back in 1966. >> should you get one of these things? tear one of these iphone seven's apart. >> gingerly.
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>> should we all get the iphone seven or seven plus? anthony is in here. studying this thing already. let's tear apart his phone. >> okay. first thing probably the wireless headphones? >> yes, so apple now determined that these guys are now old, and useless. >> hole them up again. these things with the wires. >> what are these? wires, wires? >> annoying. >> apple says in for wireless future a.m. he will will cost
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you 16 to get the wired head set. but unlike when they release the new power charger, everyone remembers that lightning cable, they're actually including an ad apartment err if you do want to connect your wire head set. that should hopefully keep the masses at bay. because when they switch the power plugs, people got real angry. >> i think i might go for these wireless suckers. i know they look like earrings, or golf tee's sticking out of your earlobes, look like incomplete peer buds to me, cut the wire off and decided to leave it like it is. >> that's why i brought these n they look kind of similar another thing neat, the dual camera. so for all of those folks that love their pictures now the cameras literally going to be like having professional camera. >> so you'll have two lenses? >> two lenses on the back of the phone. that will work simultaneously together. >> what good does that do? >> improves the picture quality, depth perception, apple brought 3d image software, so i think they'll
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start to play with that little bit more. >> are you telling me we could maybe make 3d looking pictures? >> very possible. >> videos? >> yes. >> pretty cool. i like that, they also said too, because a lot of people with iphone success, live pictures, will be able to up load that. a lot of people have them on the phone but can't do anything with them, can't sends them to others, but be able to post them on instagram. >> speaking of pictures, leads to another topic. double storage, the phones now, new seven's, will feature double storage which we talked about, you guys? >> i need more storage. >> so, you're going to get, that and go back to the phone like this, the six areas, new makes of those will have double storage, as well. >> when you say double storage, will three different levels, used to have the 16 gig, that's now out? >> that's gone. >> yes, gone. now it will start at 32? >> start at 32, go all the way to up 256 gigs, which is huge. >> listen to that. so you've got 32 gigs, which is about -- >> i think we have graphic of it. >> this size. >> and then the 250, would be -- >> like 32, then like 128, or
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something, there go, 32, 128 and then -- >> 256. >> how many pictures can you put on something that's 256 gigs? >> idea, i have 128 gig phone, i have over 10,000 pictures on my phone, about 40, 50, gigs every music, so when you get to 256 talking quite a bit. now video will eat it up faster, but again, 256 gigs is a ton. >> my gosh, question about the wireless, a lot of people, well, what do i do with my cord -- try to plug into someone's sterio, you can plug into the iphone jack. can we no longer do that in you? >> adopt or will allow you now, the one complaint, you won't be able to charge your phone while doing, that but again if you have headphones in your ears, i don't think you need to be that close to a charger anyway. >> but listening to music and your phone is about to die, want to charge it and still want to listen to music? >> flip it on the speaker phone. >> then also with the air pods, they also have to be charged and that's separate from what you charge your
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known. >> absolutely. >> so i have to charge my phone, remember to charge my ear pods? >> yep. >> i'm going to lose them, i know i'm going to lose them, and they're about 150 bucks a pop? >> and come out separately? start pre ordering september? >> start pre order tomorrow, my birthday, maybe something for me there. >> then the air ports not until october? >> coming little laterment one thing if you tuned into apple twitter, before this whole announcement, i think someone in the marketing department got fired because we would have got all this information or at least good portion of it -- >> before the announce. , rare apple mistake. kind of comical the computer genius company kind of ruined their own parade little bit. >> air pods only last five hours. >> so if you listen across the country on air plan, you get there it will be dead. >> so you still understand, if i get the iphones, when i get it, i'm just going to use the ad apartment or, use headphones? >> or any blue tooth you have. still works with every blue tooth, one quick thing, some people got real excited about
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this, did i it, apple watch, making new version. >> yes? >> basically cheaper, 269 bucks, and going have gps. some people on the internet freak out happy about it. me, not so much. >> apple nike watch with the holes in it? >> the apple watch. >> do you finds that thirdsy? >> take it off if you do. >> new nike one they released with the holes in it, to me, looks cooler. >> no. >> are we talking about the same one? >> bottom line, if you have an iphone that's two years older, i think great upgrade. if you have success like me, ill still get one, not quite as cool. >> good to see you, happy birthday, good day, september the 28th, 2016. >> happy birthday. >> thank you. >> pennies everywhere. pennies, pennies, pennies.
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tractor-trailer flips over. burst into flames. spilling all of that money un stamped money i59 in delaware. horrible. >> the heat is on. schools can't take t where the climbing temperatures are forcing kids out of the classrooms. >> from selfies, to self-less. you're going to meet an outstanding teenage young woman, who has a challenge for you, and kim kardashian. how you can take part in her movement to capture self-less moments. not just selfies. >> forget your face. >> what? >> there is a new make up trends for your ears. >> what? >> would you spends time and money doing this? >> a hot mess. >> guests and models alike had a tough time at kanye west fashion show. the problems caused by secret
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location. >> # 04:00, ladies and gentlemen, quick weather traffic. we do have an update on the pennies. do you think there are a million pennies on i95? close? >> ya. >> close. >> all right. >> today day two, so it will be much more humid today, and we've got six out of ten in your weather by the numbers. bus stop buddy, got bottle of water and i think a loft kids will, as well. it is good to stay hydrate in the weather like. >> this starting off in the 60s, 70s, did have some overnight, now heat advisory, starts at noon, goes until 6:00 p.m. basically the hottest part of the day, when you need to take it easy, try to stay in air-conditioning if you can. 73 degrees, right now, just 5-mile per hour breeze, and with a mix every sunday and clouds all day long, we will be close to 09 by lunchtime, topping off at 95, but will feel whole lot hotter than that, sunset time 7:20.
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>> can we get the pennies, out of smear. >> every time it rains it rains. >> so many pennies, out on the roadway, steve live in a second for update. but if you are getting ready to leave the house right now, leave the pennies at home. grab your keys and let's go for alternate. route 13 is the magic almost i number this morning, that's the one major road that will get you to up the delaware memorial bridge and up into wilmington, again, 95 closed, been closed since about 2:00 this morning, all of the alternates are jammed route one, 273, area of the christianna mall, jammo, don't go to the mall this early this morning, but route 13 is your best bet to get up and over the delaware memorial bridge. coming from say eyes route ten or one, just cleared an accident out route 42, over an hour, hour and 13 minutes east
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on 422 in royersford all the way into king of prussia. i would turn around and head back home if it was me. steve, i know you're out there, been out there since first thing this morning. what's the latest from delaware? >> bob, sirs ever six hours and counting, shutdown still, northbound, in wilmington. here ' wheres we are are for you people just waking up. do you see the sign that says knotter 295? and beyond that overpass, we will duck down little bit, and you can see, the somewhat of the signs without the numbers. so still shut down, now talking about these pennies. this crashed and burned, chris, going to the pennies now. chris to the pennies. on the left is the 2 cents that i pick up in diesel fuel, to the right, see it burned up. that penny fell off what was remaining of this tractor-trailer to give you clear sense this truck caught fire. fortunately the accident itself wasn't terrible enough where it hurt anybody bad. the driver, was here on scene,
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being assessed here at the scene, was the word the state police use. now we will walk in front of this bobcat. what they're doing, you see the rumble strips here in there was concrete barricade between the rumble strips and the white line. there it is. all right? look, look at the burned up, that's what he hit. he crashed into this other concrete barricade, and this bumper here, they put this in front of the start of the concrete, show you don't hit concrete first, he tore that apart. then went into the concrete, and now they already got the replacement here. here's what is left of the truck. moved it onto flatbed. tractor-trailer was out of here. we will run some tape there. now are the pen that's we had before the sun came up. you see some pennies, scattered all over the road in this video. still fuel spill, shear tape two, this was hour ago, why we were live at 7:00. they moved the back of the tractor-trailer out of here, look, you can't even make out it was a truck, looks like burned shed.
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cut fresh seal to put median bumper. to the left, and you can see, here is 95, and walking on it, and it is super slick, because, even the fuel spill starting up there, when they have the sweeper trucks going back and forth, it is like somebody put soap down. remember we had the crisco accident on the schuylkill couple of years ago. that's what this road feels like. so they got the trailer part out of here. the tractor still in the left lane. they still got a lot of clean up of the road surface, pen ills, they've got little bobcat there behind this tow truck. them ' scoop up all of the pen ways little bobcat. then you can see some of the reflections of the pennies in the sun, big clean up still, they're trying to get this reopened now, mike and bob, but bob it will be a while before just like you said may lunchtime, hopefully sooner but 95 causing a huge mess shutdown like this. >> wow, we've used every abe lincoln penny line, five hours into this coverage. >> that's true. >> see one more? >> okay, one more. >> steve? >> that made perfect sense.
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>> oh, lovely. >> amazing. >> every time. >> i'll be back here tomorrow performing. >> you will? >> yes. >> gosh. >> maybe through the weekends. >> if the demands is high enough. >> okay, so hot today, how hot is it? how hot is it? >> nice. >> it is so hot that some of our schools in the area are going to close early today, and dave has the list. >> yes, he's at one of them that's closing, in trenton. dave? >> yes, we are here at the hedge path williams middle school where classes just about to start here, and we can tell you parent tell us that they don't have air-conditioning in this school. which is perhaps one reason why kids are getting out early, and then administrator actually told me off camera working with the city to get air-conditioning here, at schools like this one here. >> every day this week including today and tomorrow
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early child hood center, 1:00 this afternoon normally wrap up at 3:15, the middle schools will sends kids home at 12:45. >> now, here's how one par sent taking it. >> i just think that we just need to be more for things like this now, in this day and age been going on for years, shouldn't be missing school for this. should just update the schools. >> how so do you think? how should they update it? >> these schools are called old, a lot pretty old, having technical difficulties i guess. >> most of them don't have air conditioners, one of my kids schools do. but everybody has to go home. so, missing instruction is really not that good. and people, you know, have to miss work, this early on, in the school year, kind of, you know, kind of hard. >> so, again, while there is some air-conditioning at
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school administrator telling us off camera working with the city to get full air-conditioning in this building and other buildings, across the district, back to you. >> all right, thank you for that. 8:11 now, weaver some breaking news out of the sport world. look at those texts. espn is reporting the mets, the stinking new york mets have just signed tim tebow. >> good. >> to a minor league contract. tim, worked out, listen to this, this is the report, that he worked out with 28 different teams last week in california. how is that physically possible? tim's last season playing regular season football was in 2012 with the new york jets. >> well i think it is because the teams, yes, teams -- >> scout all there. >> so he worked out in front of 28 different scout. that would make that little more feasible, wouldn't it? >> it would, kind of like a combine maybe? like the nfl dogs? >> a combine, ya. so will we see him against our
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phillies next year? >> wouldn't that be interesting? >> ya. >> what position, chris? >> outfield. >> outfield. speaking of sports, good days, good day philadelphia's tailgate take over continues. today, sue and chris, chris, what are you making? turkey chilly? >> touchdown turkey chilly and sue will make a football out of yeast. >> or t's or something? then tomorrow, can i not cook, but i have my tailgate plan. >> do you? >> ya, i'm going to blow you out of the stadium. okay? >> okay, we'll have to see about that. >> jen will help me out. okay, you're about to meet a teenage young lady. she is now wearing the crown, and she's in our studio. she has an idea.
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>> new outstanding teen, we want you to take a look at her and walk across the street. >> miss america's outstanding teen 2017, is miss oklahoma out's standing teen, nicole gia. >> fleck old is right leer in the studio with us. congratulations. >> thank you. >> that's really cool. >> what he can actually is the title? >> it is miss america's outstanding teen. >> what's that mean? >> outstanding had in her field. >> an old asacol after ship organization encouraging girls to really be themselves and giving them the opportunity to increase their higher education. >> so it is part of the miss america organization we are celebrating? >> yes.
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>> little sister organization, yes. >> could you ever compete for miss america? >> you can. >> you should. >> maybe. we'll see. >> here is the thing i like you. kind of opposite after kim kardashian to me. she loves to take selfies. she's written a book about selfies. >> uh-huh. >> you, you're not opposed to selfies. >> i am not. >> you're on instagram. >> i am, in fact, my first post was a severe. >> on stain gram? >> i was, when i was crouds. >> give out your handle here? >> you can absolutely. >> especially for megan in the control room. mao -- miss america organization? >> out standing. >> maoteen. so let's look at some of yours. >> okay, how did you go from, because a lot of people take selfies, the thing that everybody does nowadays. >> it is. >> how did you go from taking selfies to now saying hey maybe we should slow this down, do something different? >> technology such a big part
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of our teen society today. and i think that with these selfies, we don't have to just take pictures of ourself. we don't have to use so many filter. we can take these selfies and use them for good. we can show people out on the street just handing out food to someone who is homeless, or helping a lady put groceries in her car. and it is so much more than just pictures of ourselves. it is people doing good. >> so what's the new app smile. >> hashtag beselfless. it is a twist. >> and not like self we something good happening behind you. >> no, no, no. >> just take a picture, regular picture. >> it is a picture, vicinal. take a picture, if you see someone being selfless or if you don't see it, be selfless yourself. snap the picture. post it with the hashtag be selfless. >> how about this? like somebody struggling to get across the street? >> yes. >> so i go i'm going to go help them. >> the will you take a picture of me helping them? >> okay, well, okay, it can
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seem kinds of counter end too tiff, trying to push ought then at this at this, not just i am let me pick up the bottle, wow. >> picking up trash. >> it is more than that. >> okay. >> it is not trying to encourage, you know, here i am, taking it doing something good let me take selfie, but seeing something that you don't normally see posted on social media. and making sure it is out, there making sure people realize that it is not the person, it is the action. >> i love this. >> just take pictures of food? >> and we spent so much time taking selfies, don't we? >> we do. yes, i read an article that girls on average take five hours to take the perfect selfie. and that blew my mind. >> a week? >> i think it is a week. >> why can't we use our time to put good into the world instead every just pictures of ourself? hashtag be selfless.
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>> i like it. >> i like it, too. >> a lot. >> now the problem, you have to go out and do something good. >> do you have do something good, or be it. >> listen, miss oklahoma now miss america, just follow me around. >> okay. >> oh, okay. >> i just do one selfless act after another. >> well now you have to post it with the hashtag be selfless. >> we'll proof it now? >> yes. we need proof. we need it, now we have to see it. >> so will you be in atlantic city? >> actually in atlantic city for miss america this week, and so i'm so excited to see who my big sister will be. >> campaign kick off. >> he (tomorrow having beach clean up on piece of atlantic city beach, myself, and a lot of the teens who came kicking off shall selfless campaign. >> i know. come down to atlantic it. >> i well, all right. 3:00 tomorrow afternoon.
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>> 820:67:89 how fair is hollywood? turns out not much has changed in recent years. just howell roles going to women? plus here's jen. >> guys, new thing, make up on your ear, and one make up artist said she saw it all over the place at the made in america festival. is it for you? how does it work? we'll tell now few minutes. >> make up for our ears? what? >> i think i want this. what color should i put on my ears, al next. >> i guess you should do blue, too, your tie is blue. >> i want blue ears next.
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clothing, and just 19% of the directors were female, 81%, were male. >> do you know that, and check it out, too, if you ever see when you look at trailers. >> yes? >> for movies, and tv shows. >> a second i scene, the woman who is taking some clothing off. >> oh,. >> haven't you ever noticed that? >> must have to a pay attention. i haven't watched regular tv in a while. >> what have you been watching? >> like netflix, hbo shows. >> chill? >> no chilling. >> we walk to kevin mccarthy and stuff have, to pay attention, even still, the study, wow. >> so tomorrow, having pep rally, have we mentioned that yesterday? >> we've not. >> tomorrow here on the program, always good to promote stuff. >> for the home opener. >> yep, against the cleveland browns. what's interesting, too, playing the team that passed on carson wentz.
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>> post to go all of the paren out, there would you let your child miss school for this kind of experience? set world record in philly last night. one of a kind. look at that. >> if you works or if you wouldn't, what kind of an event would you be willing to do that for? let's discuss and hot mess, guests and models alike had tough time at kanye west fashion show yesterday. easy season for, so the problems that were caused by secret location. tan yeah west is up to something. >> see is to up something, talking about this factor there is easy opening.
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>> it will only get hotter over the next couple of days, becomes of the cumulative thing. so feel how sticky it is? look at our planner for today, see plenty of sunshine, clouds mix in the here and there, and we're at almost 90 degrees, by lunchtime. and then, well above 90 degrees, but factor in the humidity, 95 degrees, for high temperature, we will feel like it is 100 degrees, or more. so, that is a look at your weather authority forecast, bob kelly has the latest, on not only delaware, but what else is going on out there? >> bob? >> we can probably eat a lot of that cheese you have out there on our jammed up 95, here's a live look from our news van, on the scene hereof 95. where that accident occurred, about 2:00 this morning, northbound in wilmington, there, they've removed the damaged tractor-trailer, there, in the process every making repairs to the concrete barrier here, we are jammed
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solid, north, 95, from pretty much the service plaza, all the way up to route one, where all traffic is being forced off at route one, really want to use route 13, if you can make your way to route 13, that's going to give you access to both the delaware memorial bridge, and also, 4995 and 95, headed north into wilmington. what you are seeing here, are the guys cleaning up the oil spill, because in addition to spilling all of the blank pennies all over the roadway, also punctured the fuel tank. double clean-up operation here on 95, down in delaware. alex over to you. >> good day tailgate take over continues. every day, leading up to the eagles season opener, to share favorite tailgate recipe with you. >> now it is time for sue, you're up, see? >> see, what are you making?
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>> taking my ring off, i'll make a cheese ball, and it is best if you mix it with your hands, which i have watched. >> you scared me though, i thought were you getting into a fight, setting your rings. >> well, you know, you're here. >> ya. so, this is a cheese ball. that's called, called pepperoni pizza cheese ball. >> is it the shape after if the ball? >> yes, it is going to be in the shape after if the ball. here's what you put in it, two things of cream cheese, put in some shredded parm sean, right? you put in whole bunch of mozarella. and then, this is what makes it taste like italian seasoning, right, with the or egg know and stuff. notice how i measure very carefully. >> what's going on. it is called pimiento. roasted red peppers i'm sticking in there. i try not get too much juice in there. >> then some onion. >> all right? >> because what is better without onions? basically everything that goes
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in there, and watch this and that's how you make your cheese ball. >> shape it in a football shape. >> now my heads are all a mess. >> ready? >> reveal. >> tada. now, that's been sitting in the fridge, overnight, and it has got all of the ingredients we just showed you, but here is what makes it look like an if the ball. pepperoni. >> so you cover it with the pep roney? >> that's right. and then it is actually the color. get the pepperoni already sliced, whatever sliced pepperoni when you can buy it in the store already sliced. so, you put -- just cover the football, right, just cover it all up. >> and layer it? >> yes. now it look like a pig skin. >> so what would you use for
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stripes? >> all right. you got more cheese. >> hole on. let me cover the whole thing. >> okay? >> and i would recommend, since i lost my knife, and i couldn't find it, that you actually cut this cheese with a knife. >> sure. >> but are you getting the idea? >> about to cut the cheese. >> please, wait until i leave. so basically, here, let me put another little piece here. so basically, we turn this into a pinterest segway. guess where i got this recipe? >> pinterest. >> yep. there is your cheese ball that looks like a football. >> i like it. >> i think it is darn cute. >> who knows what it tastes like, but it is cute. >> you want to try some. >> that's okay. >> well, if i can find my knife we could dig in. >> micely done sue. >> it is really good. >> so next up, chris' touchdown turkey chile. >> can we see one last look at the finished product then? >> there it is. >> george? >> george? >> i know you love to look at
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us. >> oh, one more time. >> oh, i think it is cute. sue, bring it in, i'll eat it. i'll take a bite. >> okay. >> oh, that's what it is supposed to look like, when you put it that way, yes, does look little different. well, that was sue's submission here. and there is the after. so, next up, chris is so far here laughing, chris murphy, i hear you, chris, you bitter come with it, okay, for tailgate take over. stay tuned. chris murphy will make something in the next hour, and we will see it, then tomorrow, it is going to be jenn fred and then the big finale, mike jerrick. there is no telling what that man will make. because we like to say that he's the most interesting man, but the real most interesting man in the world, well it, has been six months since he said good-bye. well, he's back, well, sort of, new guy taking over.
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>> star track was created in 1966. this is the 50th anniversary, jean rodnberry, debuted on tv this day 50 years ago. >> 1966. pretty cool. >> are you celebrating today? my par friend big trek i's, that surprising to you? >> i don't know. >> i've never watched one frame that far show. >> see, well, we'll explain little later when we talk about it, i'm sure there is a reason why. >> here is the thing, i hosed the show, sci-fi channel for six years, toyed fake it all those years. you know the doseki dude? >> most famous man in the world. >> giving another man in the turn for the spotlight for the popular beer company, and
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>> here is the deal. both trying to write, and wrong. because he kind of since like the old guy but he's 35 years younger,'s 41. >> just seems like abreu net version of goldsmith. >> i'll be darn. >> esteem. augustteen, is his name. >> hello, alex whom i, i'm august -- >> i like him. >> i do too. >> tall, dark, handsome. >> i kind of like the old guy, too. >> they both work. >> funny, mexican beer. >> i'm so scattered i have no idea. i had something to say, now i can't remember what it was. >> got you all distracted.
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>> i still want to know whether harry is coming here. i want to meet harry connick junior, noon until 6:00 p.m., because, even though it will be 95 degrees, it will feel like it is close to 100, if not, a hundred or more. these are the project the feels like temperatures, been through this six other times this summer, heatwave number seven official tomorrow, because yesterday was 91 degrees, today, 95, 994 tomorrow, mid 90s on saturday, as well, but feeling warmer than that, for the temple game at the linc, but then, if you're at the eagles game at the linc it will be a moth more comfortable. mid 80s, lower humidity, that lasts through at least tuesday. so, here comes guys. heatwave number seven. >> heatwave number seven and it is not a good day to be
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sitting in traffic. we have a woman, of who is watching the show. >> paris -- tara hilton. >> tara. she has been stuck out there on, well -- >> route 40, route one? >> in delaware. >> in delaware. >> tractor-trailer full every pennies spilled, and caused her to be in this traffic for hours. >> she said that she left for work an hour ago, and she's only made it two and a half miles. so then here is a request for you, mike, she said you guys should call me, tell me a joke to make this penny line bearable. >> what's her number? >> she didn't give me her number. >> well, just tweet her. she is listening shop. so here comes, tara. >> let's put up this picture of her picture again. >> they've been out so much in traffic for so long, they met, they've fallen in love and they're going to get married. i understand the wedding
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ceremony, come back, wedding ceremony might not be great. but the reception should be fantastic. >> oh, i was waiting like oh, hold on. >> you came through. >> here is another one. tara? hugo, girl. hugo, car joke. >> oh, ya. >> should have stuck with the weddingment okay, we know about make up for our face, we know about full body make up like i put on every morning at my apartment. >> blake up for your ears. >> out in all of the fashionable run waste, but is this a trend that we'll likely see people in our area supporting? in case it does get there, jen, tell us how we can do it, what it look like?
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>> i saw this on the runway show for spring summer collection. >> so make up four your ear, we begin with this lovely model. first, what kind of make you will do you see? >> cream make up, anywhere on the face, use something transfer, waterproof transfer resistant, that way it stays obviously your hair or whatever, it done rubbing against. so use something that will last. i'm using cream make up. it is all about the met tal i can right now. right now just seeing ton of met tal i can lip, met tal i can shadow, using met tal i can gold. literally just follow the shape of your ear. you can really just kind of make whatever design that you like, to create the trend. >> i love it. you said you also saw it this weekend at made in america? >> saw it everywhere on made in america. everyone expressing themselves through make up. i saw a lot of this ear trends going on. >> okay, so this, i said, her
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skin is dark, obviously. >> yes. >> so her more like a shimmery sultry sexy thing? >> yes. >> i don't know thousand say it. >> definitely. >> hanna has lighter skin. >> hanna is lighter. >> for her did you it darker, almost like a fake ear cuff? >> look like looks like tatoo. i used cream eyeliner. you can start with any part of the ear, inner, outer. i started on the inner part of the ear. i'm oohs g cheap cream eye laner from elle. literally doing whatever i want. this is supposed to be fun. it is not supposed to be what you want to use to go to school every day or whatever, this is supposed to be fun, just a way to express yourself. great for festivals, and probably going to be seeing a lot of this because it is fashion week right now. >> in new york? >> in new york. >> well, because it is not permanent? >> not permanent. >> not expense sniff. >> nope. >> i don't have to piers nick. >> the other thing kind of cool, make if you're mom that i has little dark side at night? you could do that and be
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regular in the morning? >> absolutely. >> i these say this that way, then on instagram, like different kind of designs, such as be inspired? >> be inspired whatever you feel, who ever you are looking at, again, it will be all over the runway. >> i'm using flat as opposed to shimmery. >> i love you guys. >> and shoo she's back. >> thanks for having me back. >> pretty cool. mike, i know your area interested in the trend too? >> for some reason, i like this idea specially, jason, one of the great make up artists here. >> good to see you. >> i'm thinking blue,. >> for me? >> what are you going, with mustard. >> i think yes yellow and gold. >> by the way, every time i look at you today, because 50th anniversary of star trek. >> yes. >> this look like a star trek uniform.
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>> just call me captain kurt. >> can you put spock ears on me? >> look at you. you don't need them. you have the sunglasses here. >> so we'll work on this and check back in with mike and his ear make up. >> i don't have any hair on my ears, doe? >> little bit. >> oh, telling all your business. how about this, though, stolen bling, a thief breaks into drake's tour bus and takes millions of dollars worth of jewelry. why drakes isn't the only one upset here. >> what kind of bling? >> the hotline bling.
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>> it is the anniversary of star trek, 1966.
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we're mixing that motiff with this new trends, in make up, make up for your ears, it is basically just paint on your ears. >> and mike? >> yes? >> i'm going to turn here. what do you think? >> oh, look at you. >> uh-huh, uh-huh. >> goal end ear. this is really fit withing star trek. here is something, one thing that's missing, we'll do star trek. you agree that is? we need our communicators. >> oh, you know, every time i see her today, it remind me of this. >> does this make me a trickie now, with my gold ear, my communicator. >> i think so. now, you can really see it on the wide shot. >> i don't want you to be left out here. so i made a communicator for you. >> oh, that's mine. >> oh, i need to make another
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