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just inches away. who finally woke her up to crime scene. >> wake up call in the forecast. you'll need to grab a jacket tomorrow morning. your news starts in 30 seconds. ♪ loo live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10. developing at 10 a neighborhood on high alert right now philadelphia police on the hunt for a serial predator.
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he has struck at least two times in the past couple of weeks. even more chilling investigators say these may not be the attackers only crimes. good evening, i'm lucy noland. >> i'm iain page. people say they're being extra careful tonight. fox 29's dave schratwieser joins us live at philadelphia police headquarters. dave? >> reporter: iain, police and that neighborhood are on high alert because this is the sixth attack now connected to this serial predator in the last six months. needless to say folks in that neighborhood are worried. >> it's really bad out here. >> reporter: tyrone brown walk his family home down clearfield street monday evening fully aware that a serial predator has struck multiple times in his neighborhood. >> you got this guy doing this, you know, women out here, i'm not going to let my wife go outside at nighttime by herself. >> i think he's crazy to be very truthful and needs to be taken down. he really does. >> reporter: brown spoke with fox 29 after police confirmed that investigators now believe
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two recent attacks here at stout ton and clearfield and ruth and to us alum street are connected to a string avenue tax on prostitutes dating back to april. >> it's like he's watching them or picking out the ones he wants to. >> i'm not going to come out here at night and i'm not going to talk to -- i don't talk to anybody either. really on bike or anything. >> police released these picture of suspect on bike back in july after ricky morgan was beaten with brick then stabbed to death at jasper and comer land. rosary beads and half dozen tether dee bears mark the spot where she was killed. >> riding up on his bike with 95, right? >> um-hmm. >> they needed to something about this. >> reporter: police say a woman told investigators she was choked into unconsciousness here at ruth and to us alum last week. the attack on september 19th involved a gun and a knife. ferlando worries about her goddaughter going to work early in the morning. >> idol her to call me when she
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gets there. call me when she's leaving. >> if ick do anything to stop him, i just got to stop him. >> reporter: there are surveillance cameras on several of the blocks where these latest attacks took place. there's also a $20,000 reward for information in the murder of ricky morgan. if you know anything, you should call philadelphia police. lucy? >> thank you very much, dave. breaking news. let's go to tacony. sky fox over frankford avenue and robbins street where three people are shot. gunfire rang out just past 9:00 injuring a 17-year-old and 16-year-old. they are both in critical condition. a 21-year-old is hit in the shoulder. right now, no arrests but investigators say they did find the gun they believe was used. skyfox also over ogontz and area where philadelphia police say that someone apparently tried to start a fire in a police cruiser. investigators found some burned paper sticking out of an open gas tank in the car parked at the 35th district lot. no one was hurt. on your radar tonight, a fall chill out there. jackets and scarves were out in
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university city tonight with cooler temperatures than we've felt in awhile. if today is a surprise tomorrow could be a shock. meteorologist kathy orr says some of could you cease some frost. kathy. >> um-hmm. some of us, open eye yann. >> present company included. let's take look at the radar here. ultimate doppler you can see a clear sky and a north wind. we have this cool air mass sitting over us take a look at the numbers now. shocking at this hour. 43 in the poconos. 42 in pottstown. 48 in millville. 47 in wilmington writes. you see numbers like that, at the 10:00 o'clock you know by tomorrow morning it's going to be much cooler. to the north and west in the 30s overnight to the south and east 40s. and millville possibly getting down into the 30s overnight. a frost advisory in effect for our northern and western suburbs especially upper bucks and montgomery, the northern part of chester also western chester northward and also most of south jersey with the exception of the shore. you can see low temperatures between thrive and 38 so anything that's from summer any
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of those perennials or annuals cover them up because the frost is coming. we'll talk about warmup in that seven day coming up later in the broadcast. i'll see you then. >> big weather to our south, kathy. north carolina search and rescue operations continue tonight for flooding victims of hurricane matthew. this is video from the very hard hit city of lumberton. it might only get worse as relentless rain has overwhelmed dams and rivers continue to swell in record setting flooding. the storm has killed at least 23 people in the united states. meanwhile n haiti, the death toll continues to rise. at least 500 people who did not survive and desperation is growing in devastated communities still waiting for any and all help. health officials are also warning about the possibility now of a cholera outbreak. eight people without a home tonight in west oak lane after a fire ripped through an apartment building. skyfox was over the scene tonight on the 1600 block of chelten avenue as crews put the fire out. no one was hurt and the red
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cross is now helping those affected. it's not clear what started that fire. happening now, a camden county community is on high alert after string of burglars police in clementon are investigating a series of break ins and they say it could be the same guy each time. left neighbors on edge there about where he might strike next. >> tonight one of those neighbors is telling fox 29 all about her ordeal. our shawnette wilson joins us live from the clementon police depth. shawnette, she's got to be so scared. >> reporter: yeah, this woman tells me, lucy n she can barely sleep now after sleeping through a burglary that happened inside her home. this neighborhood alert watch has been passed out to residents and police have also posted it on their facebook page. >> saw all the drawers were open and stuff was taken out, and jewelry, all my jewelry was gone. >> reporter: this woman tells the terrifying story of what happened while she slept inside her home in clementon heritage square. her hands tremble as she recalls the morning she woke up.
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>> i woke up to three cops in the living room and flashlight saying hello, hello s anyone home. >> we are not showing her face because she's afraid and still shaken up. it was a week ago today that a burglar broke this back kitchen window, climbed through and took money and credit cards from her purse. they also swept room to room stealing jewelry, getting just inches away from her as she slept. >> i have a night stand next to my bed, and they had gone through the drawer in the night stand because it was still open. >> police say the burglar left and tried to break into another home a few doors away. but was scared off because that person inside was awake. that neighbor called police who searched and found the shattered glass and opened sliding door the burglar left at the first victim's home leading cops right to her. >> kitchen window. >> victim now has an alarm system she hopes will make her feel secure. she doesn't know how she leapt through it all she believe it's a blessing and likely the reason
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she didn't get hurt. >> i don't know how. i really don't. i don't. i'm glad i did. because i don't know what would have happened if i had won't up. >> reporter: investigators also say that similar break ins have happened recently in nearby lindenwold. iain, back to you. >> all right, shawnette. thank you. in you decide both candidates on the trail today claiming victory last night's presidential debate. >> donald trump spent his time last night attacking me when he should have been apologizing. we all heard on that tape what he thinks of women and how he treats women. last night, he doubled down on his excuse saying that, well, it's just locker room banter. >> well she's stumping in ohio tonight according new nbc news and wall street journal poll conducted this weekend clinton is ahead of trump 46-36% nationally. >> so everybody saw the debate last night.
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so let me tell you. when i said we are going to get a special prosecutor to figure this deal out. >> trump speaking to wilkes-barre pennsylvania tonight. this rally comes on the heels of house majority leader paul ryan saying he will no longer defend trump and will instead focus on preserving the gop hold on congress. last night's debate had millions of people glued to the tv as candidates sparred over well more scandal than substan substance. >> four weeks until the election now our bruce gordon spoke to millennial voters about the mud slinging. >> reporter: voter registration tent set up on temple university's campus served as a symbol for what campaign 2016 has meant to first time voters. >> oh, my god! >> reporter: the inn eight optimism of youth blown away. >> either one of those
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candidates impress you as young voter? make you excited about the process? >> no. i'm actually very terrified. >> reporter: sunday night's second presidential debate quickly evolved into political mud wrestling with donald trump forced to explain away lewd sexual comments caught on tape and trump threatening hillary clinton over her mishandling of classified e-mails while secretary of state. >> if i win, i am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look no your situation. >> it's just awfully good that someone with the temper many of donald trump is not in charge of the law in our country. >> because you'd be in jail. >> reporter: tv viewer ship for the second debate was down nearly 20% over the first despite the hype over trauma's hot mike moment. some of the students we talk to wanted no part of the verbal food fight. >> i feel like they're distracting from the real issues and just fighting over stuff that's not really worth talking about during an election. >> i didn't watch any of us
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because i knew it was going to be crazy. >> i don't like either of them from what i've heard. i don't pay attention. >> many those who do pay attention are left pessimistic about the political system in which we've encouraged them to engage. their enthusiasm like that voter registration tent must be re-established and won't be ea easy. >> i think america is screwed regardless who we get as president. >> reporter: either one. >> either one because hillary she lies about stuff and trump is like he's a liar as well. >> reporter: to be sure some of the students we talked to skipped the debate because of busy schedules, classes, studying, part-time jobs. but it's also clear have grown cynical about campaign that seems to plum new depths of tawdriness with each passing day n philadelphia, bruce gordon, fox 29 news. well meanwhile if you are running out of time to register to vote. pennsylvania voters your deadline is tomorrow. in delaware you've got until saturday and in cure in new jersey your deadline is next tuesday.
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see those dates again and learn how to register in your state, just head to our website at and click the scene on tv section on the home page. net note. hitting like a girl. the video a lot of fans just cannot get enough of. the colossal take down and the player that has people talking. and -- >> went from anger to love to hate back to love back to hate. i can't describe it. i really can't. >> grants mother's relief two days after her four-year-old granddaughter was snatched. the child is found save the bittersweet developments how authorities say the little girl was taken. phones catching fire now samsung has yanked the devices off the market completely. the final straw that led to that decision. when you think of wine hot spots you probably think napa valley or france but jersey makes wine, too and it's good. why the garden state is become the new wine country.
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>> man walked into a bakery and asked for two doughnuts but it wasn't the donut he was hankering for. he was really hungry for cash. the woman working there served up a fight instead, though, with help from her batter mixer. how this donut dust up ended. planned parenthood. i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion and i would suggest we have penalties for doctors who perform them. would you put people in jail for performing abortions? at some point doctors performing abortions i think would be subject to that sort of penalty.
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north penn high school junior getting national attention even from celebrities. fox 29's chris o'connell is live in lansdale tonight he spoke to the recent football star. chris? >> reporter: well iain and lucy let me put it to you this way. it's not at all normal for television and cameras and reporter toss show up oh and a monday afternoon high school football practice. well today was no normal practice for north penn high school football kicker who went viral today but not because of her kicking, because of her hi hitting. when we met north penn high school junior kelly mc in a narah she was banging field goals after practice kicking so hard she actually hit a couple school buses outside the field. but these days kelly isn't known for her kicking, she's now known for this. the hit heard around the world. >> it was my job at the time, um, it was just one hit, but it
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was good one. >> reporter: it all happened friday night in a matchup against central bucks east. after kelly's kick off was returned for 30 yards, she was the last line of defense. and lowered the boom against her opponent. the crowd went nuts. so did her dad. >> as soon as she hit the kid, our entire stands just erupted. >> reporter: hit went viral. viewed and retweeted more than million times. she even got the attention of another north penn kicker, super bowl champion and denver bronco brandon mcmannis. kelly says, being in the spotlight even doing tv interviews is cool. but north penn's first female kicker says she's just doing her job as a teammate. >> i'm not doing it for like a girl power thing. i'm doing it because as a person this is something i like doing and it's something i enjoy i got out and i do it. >> reporter: girl or not her coach says it's not about the ponytail under the helmet it's about helping the team who so far is undefeated at seven-zero.
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>> it has nothing to do with she's a girl or boy. or publicity. you know we just have the best kicker. she's our best kicker. >> and now as the state's fourth highest ranked kicker, no doubt college scouts are now watching. >> i would love to may football in college. that would be great opportunity. >> reporter: and kelly even getting more attention. she was on espn earlier today. her parents phone is blowing up they got a call tonight from the ellen degeneres show asking to see if kelly would make an appearance. so big times coming for her. iain. >> absolutely, chris. all right. thanks. another day of jury selection tomorrow in michael mcqueary whistleblower trial against penn state university. 19 people have been selected as possible jurors in that lawsuit by the former penn state assistant football coach. the judge wants pool of 28 for the 12 jurors and four alternates. mcqueary claims that the university retaliated against him in 2012 after jerry sandusky
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you today convict much abusing 10 boys. it was mcqueary's testimony that he saw sandusky abuse a boy in the shower that helped put sandusky in prison. happening right now, a local family is pleading for answers. it has been nearly a month since someone gunned down 24-year-old darrell singleton but his family says they're still no closer to finding his killer. >> fox 29's sabina kuriakose on how the family is coping and their message that they want to you hear. >> i worked hard. darrell went to camps and he went to, you know, different types of workshops and we went on vacations. he saw more than just the neighborhood. >> reporter: but it was back in the old neighborhood where trina singleton's eldest son darrell was killed home in between emt classes last month. shot dead in the same yard he played in as child. >> we want answers, and we know that people have information because darrell was well known in the neighborhood as a good
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kid, you know, and people liked him in the neighborhood, so that's why part of why people weren't talking more and then letting the police know what occurred. because people know. they do. >> reporter: mother still in shock barely able to comprehend her son is dead, his killer on the loose. trina says the old play mates darrell grew up with have gone silent and that is amplifying her pain. >> at least knowing somebody is going to be held accountable will help you move forward. >> reporter: homicide decksare investigating but trina worries her son's case is growing cold. darrell was shot repeatedly around 7:30 in the evening of september 13th. the day before his 25th birthday. it will be one month tomorrow and another murder statistic in the city. but not a number to his mother who tried so hard so her son could soar. he has wings now but not here on earth. trina has a message for the
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killer. >> we're not going to stop looking for you. you're going to be caught and prosecuted. >> reporter: a $21,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest. if you know anything, you are asked to call philadelphia police. at southwest detectives sabina kuriakose fox 29 news. the end of an era in atlantic city. staff from the trump taj ma mal he is cored gamblers out of the kaseen early this morning at 5:59 the ac landmark closed it's doors for good. 3,000 people are now out of the work as the last casino in the city bearing the trump name closed after 26 years. it is fifth kasee casino to shun in the city in the past two years. casino failed to reach deal with its union over health care and pension benefits. a man lost in the woods and it is dangerously cold. authorities found him in the nick of time. how they used his phone to get to him. a man jumps into action when he hears a woman screaming on
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his porch an tack kerr was dragging her away. the guy ran after him but soon needed help of his own. >> a woman rescued from catastrophic flooding and the flood waters weren't the only thing posing a threat. ♪ now with tomorrow's traffic, here's bob kelly. good evening, everybody. watch for work crews all this week they'll be out there with no rain in site working along 42 and 295 as you head through bellmawr. brand new work zone. in chester county along route 1 right at route 41. that will tie us up every day through thursday and then all this week watch for crews out along i-95. both directions in the area of the betsy ross bridge. we'll check the jam cams, bright and early tomorrow. sue will have the forecast. i'll see you starting at 4:00.
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vega was a father of eight and two month shy of retiring. zerebny had just returned from maternity leave just tragic. in massachusetts, a are stress call foreman who wandered off into the woods and got lost. >> rescue crews were able to get to him just in time before the cold almost killed him. police say it all started when a mom got a frantic voicemail from her 23-year-old son early yesterday morning. he told her he had wandered off from a house party wasn't lost and cold. his phone died in the middle of the mess taj. police were able to find his last location by pinking that phone and rescue dog helped police track the man's trail and police finally found him he was hypo they remember mick. >> every involved new twenty two that it was crunch. paramedic involved are telling me that it was probably an hour or so, and it could have been a very different out come. the man had been in the woods for more than eight hours. he was released from the hospital last night. when you think of wine hot
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spots, probably you're thinking of napa valley or france. but jersey? jersey makes wine, too and it is good. why the garden state is becoming the new wine country. and coming up at 11:00 fertility treatments weren't a god stepped for couples struggling to conceive, but could the process set up boys for a problem when they grow up? the surprising new study. >> our kathy orr is tracking that forecast. >> that's right, clear and cool overnight tonight for many of us it will feel cold. we'll take look how long the clear skies last and how quickly the temperatures warm in the seven day. planned parenthood.
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♪ stories of devastation from matthew national guard members in south carolina acted quickly to save a woman's life. some massive flooding in conway which is in the northeastern part of the state trap this elderly woman inside her home. she was having a medical emergency. luckily the national guard got her out and to a hospital. three people have died as a result of matthew in south carolina and 20 more throughout the us. for the first time since
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last month's dea deadly train ch commutersare using the hoboken terminal's rail service. >> 817 track reopened today. the other tracks will remain out of service until further notice. one woman was killed and more than 100 injured when the new jersey transit train slammed into that busy station less than two weeks ago. investigators say the train was going more than twice the speed limit. the engineer toll federal investigator he is has no hem east crash. >> straight from the drug enforcement agency rather startling numbers about the keystone state. 81% of people who died of drug overdoses in pennsylvania had opioids in their system last year. >> and today governor tom wolf came to our area to address that crisis. it's a big focus of the democratic's administration. state's budge this year included more than $20 million for what are called centers of excellen excellence. community health and dental care in pottstown is one of them. the centers have staff to assist people with opioid related substance abuse and help get
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them behavioral and physical health care. >> everybody, it's a chronic disease and they treatment and we need to have the ability to navigate, they need to navigate their way through the health care system. they need to be able to get treatment that really is tailored to them. governor wolf has secured funding for 20 centers of excellence around the stay. >> students in one philadelphia high school had soon notice big changes including more opportunities after their school got a very big grant today. the non-life profit philadelphia school partnership awarded roxborough high school $1.1 million. wow! the school has enacted three-year plan focused on better preparing students for colleges and jobs. school district superintendent william hite says this grant will give students more hands-on opportunities to explore their interests. >> gone are the days when the skills learned in cte programs don't apply in other core areas and vise versa.
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that's why today's investment is so critically important from the philadelphia school partnership. >> the superintendent says more than 30 high schools in the city offer these types of academics programs. new jersey's wine history goes back centuries but producing haven't earned mr. attention or respect until recently. >> but some new jersey wineries are working to change that and let you know that new jersey makes wine and it's good. ♪ >> when you think of wine, you probably think france, napa val until california, new jersey. wait. jersey? >> we do get that reaction. people say new jersey, wine, i don't know. >> when people come into our wine tasting room they come into the winery and dave the wine. they're always pleasantly surprised and then they want to know more. >> richard heritage is talking about heritage winery in mullica hill one of the best wineries in new jersey. his family has been farming the land here since 1853 and now
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they make internationally a claimed wine right here in the garden state. >> we have a very sandy rocky soil, and some of those soil components are very similar to that of california and bordeaux, france. >> because of that soil, 15 years ago, bill heritage, richard's dad who had been growing apples and peaches started to start growing grapes. he planted 2 acres in 2001 and plan was to sell the fruit to other wineries. >> my wife penny said, no, we're going to make the wine. [ laughter ] >> i said okay. how we going to do that? >> we completely sold 500 bottles at 21.50 a bottle. i look at her i said we're making the wine. we're making the wine. we've been making wine ever since then. >> the wine has gotten better. winning awards and fans. remember this is new jersey. a hidden gem 25 minutes from philadelphia. where they are producing wines just as good as those in france
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or napa valley. >> new jersey has all of the features that you look for in the next great wineries. ♪ >> bonnie seeley has been visiting new jersey wineries for nearly 10 years now. and she's known for while that new jersey wines are some of the best in the world. >> i think new jersey wines now are really competitive on a world class basis. they're winning awards. they're winning awards in california a lot of them are winning awards in europe and i think that's great. >> if you're 92 pinot neir this is about the close you can come to it. >> he's passionate about making wine while it may take a lot of hard work prepping the vines and picking the grapes it's a labor of love. >> it takes lot of hard work to put a crop on the table whether it's in a bottle or on plate. >> bill is a fifth generation farmer. to get the wine you have to grow the grapes. if you're in the wine business, you're a farmer. >> no farmers, no wine.
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>> farming is what we're all about. we're the garden state. >> wine is sweet. nice flavor. check the seed. the seed is brown. brownish. in the quiet -- little bit of green left. then you chew the seed. >> really? >> when you eat it and you don't get anything or maybe nutty flavor that's a good sign. >> the goal is to continue to make great wine, grow the industry in new jersey and have the next five generations follow in his footsteps. >> we're adding more vinyards. we're winning more awards. our tasting room is getting busier every day. >> i mean who knew? >> i was going to say -- >> right in new jersey. >> i love it. >> 50 wineries in the state now and it's growing. bill says and other people have said new jersey and about 2030 would be the next napa valley. >> seriously much the wine is g the soil is good. >> incredible. the wine is good. >> mullica hill. >> i didn't drink any. >> of course not. you'll go back to the wine tasting. >> i am. a lot of good wine there.
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>> let me know when you're going i'll join you and vita. i really am. i love it. >> phones are catching fire across the nation. don't love that at all. but now samsung is yanking the devices off the market. the final straw that led to that decision. a paramedic jumps into action when he hears a woman screening. an attacker was dragging her away. the good samaritan soon needed help of his own. >> it's columbus day. the push has been on for quite sometime across the nation to change the holiday. how some cities have already a top add new way to celebrate this day.
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>> in colorado good samaritan recovering tonight after he risked his life to save a woman who was in the miffled getting kidnapped. >> brian greer is a par head dick but he was home at the time when a stranger ran up to his house banged on his door for help. she was trying to escape the man running after him. when he saw the man grab her again did he not hesitate to help. >> after he made contact with her, he said, oh, you want to a shot, too. and pulled the trigger. >> this was all worth it. i mean it's painful. i'll be out of work for while but she's -- she's safe. >> there you go.
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police arrested the gunman at a motel. they say he's jesus chavez. female victim is expected to recover. in your money night samsung is in crisis mode. the company trying to deal with the fallout from the battery issues in galaxy note seven phones. samsung confirmed today it has changed production of the phone after reports that the phone's batteries would catch fire. the company stopped short of saying whether it had suspended production of the phones. at&t and t mobile had already opted to stop giving new note seven replacement smart phones to cuff mers and craft heinz says that it has miss branded products now recalling nearly 1,000 pounds of lunchables ready to eat lunch abdominals ham and american cracker stack kearse contain wheat and soy. it's not noted on the packaging. the recalls have sell by date of december 25th, 2016. >> a man walked into a bakery and asked for two doughnuts but it wasn't the doughnuts he had a hankering for.
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he was really hun grow for cash. the woman working there served up a fight instead with help from her batter mixer. how this donut dust up ended. and -- i went from anger to love to hate back to love, back to hate. i can't describe it. i really can't. >> grandmother's relief two days after a man snatched her four-year-old granddaughter. the child is back home and safe. the bittersweet developments how authorities say the kidnapper took the little girl. kathy orr is tracking your chilly forecast. >> waking up tomorrow to an i was tim chill with cool temperatures but how long will it stay way? we will take a look at the changes coming in that seven day forecast when we come back.
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when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me.
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♪ a missing four-year-old florida girl is safe and sound tonight. authorities found her in tennessee and the man accused of of taking her is now in jail. a lot of questions a bound about how this happened and why. >> while the search for the girl is over the search for answers is just beginning. fox foss' josh casio spoke to the girl's family. >> our baby is coming home.
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>> those four words signaling the end tonight mayor. >> love, never let her go. this is been hard. long hard road. >> it started saturday morning when this guy, 31-year-old wes wild hogs more than matthew pry bus abducted her from her lakeland home. he's from alabama an former friend of the family. he also suffers from bipolar disorder. >> i'm so numb. i went from anger to love to hate back to love, back to hate. >> security camera footage happen considering hogs and the little girl as they made their way north from lakeland stopping first at a nearby mcdonald's. and later at a gas station in georgia. they were also reportedly scene by a park ranger in campbell county, tennessee. but the big break came monday afternoon at a hospital in memphis. where security guard recognized the silver car they were in and called police. >> we have rebecca lewis known
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as becky and she's safe. and wes wild hogs is in the pe penn. >> like the world had been lived off my shoulder. >> deputes say the little girl was not hurt and are working to bring her home. >> meanwhile becky's family had this message for her alleged abductor. apparently thanking him for stopping at a safe place. the hospital. >> thank you, matt, for doing the right thing. thank you for taking this young lady where she needed to be. >> reporter: by the time rebecca was recovered florida, georgia, alabama, tennessee and kentucky had all issued a amber alerts for the girl. business owner in alabama takes justice into her own han hands. >> when robber targeted her donut shop she fought back. surveillance camera rolled after ordering a couple of doughnuts the robber pull out a steal bar which prompted the owner to run to the back, grab a metal batter
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mixer and come out swinging. she had very good reason why she did not want to give him the money because she work hard for it. >> i try tonight. i try to take him out here. he tried to open. i tried to close. i'm not scared. i mad at him. yeah. because i look he don't have g gun. he had pipe. he need to find some job. that's my money. i work hard every day. >> that's right. that man did get away with cash. police are hoping someone recognizes him and will come forward. well tonight american indian community are pushing for column day to be renamed indigenous people's day. >> one state is listening. phoenix, denver and vermont celebrating their first indigenous people's day today. the renamed holiday part of growing movement to acknowledge the suffering american indians endured during american colon nation. at least nine cities celebrated indigenous people's day for the
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first time last year. all right. kathy, how chilly is it going to be tomorrow morning? >> it's going to be so chilly -- i think everybody can finish that one. >> sounds like a johnny carson joke. >> so cold. >> i'll tell you i will have my fleece on tomorrow morning at the bus stop for sure a cup of coffee, cup of tea you'll need it that's how it will be relatively speaking much skies are clear. the air is dry. humidity is low and temperatures are falling really fast. international airport the temperature right now is down to 53. the high for the day 65. that's a little bit below average for this time of year. the high normally around 69. winds out of the north northwest at 8 miles an hour. a huge improvement on twitter a lot of people asking tonight, is it this wind going to continue? no, we are going to be seeing calm winds overnight in most of the region. right now, see where the cold air is to the north and west of the city. almost drawing a line as usual along the i-95 corridor. to the south and east we have 53 degrees in philadelphia. but even inland, new jersey,
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reporting in some temperatures in the 40s. as we widen out you can see the whole northeast. throughout new york and new england and heading down through central pa and western pa in the fours southeastern canada already in the 30s much that's that cold air mass over us. northerly winds that are calm through the lehigh valley reading berks county and pottstown even in lancaster. dover reporting in calm winds and wildwood as well when you have a light wind you have a clear sky, and you have dry air, with dew points in the 30s, meaning clear skies, you're in for it. any warmth that built up during during the day can escape into the atmosphere. that's how we get really cold temperatures feeling like fall mild air stays to the south cool high pressure sits over us and this week temperatures will be below average and then rising up average as we end the work week coming up. in the city overnight, 45. the suburbs 37. we do have a frost advisory. clear skies and light winds that means tomorrow we start off with brilliant sunshine. high temperatures rebounding nicely in the upper 60s.
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movely sunny skies with no wind it will feel very comfortable. on eighty three seven day forecast from the weather authority, wednesday for the holiday 70 degrees just beautiful. thursday 72 after some morning fog. little bit cooler after front moves through thursday night. so friday in the 60s the same for saturday. beautiful sunday next monday we'll be talking about a 70-degree day. that's looking like decent football weather, sean bell. >> great football weather. but the sixers, great weather for them, too, great weather for darius saric he's starting to feel really good adjust tolling that nba live on the court. his biggest probable let me has i was of it. the eagles have lots of blame to go around when it come to the running game. ryan matthews seems to get most of it. doug pederson talks about correcting his fumbling problems next in sports.
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and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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♪ eagles had a ton of mistakes in yesterday' game all things we didn't see in the first three games. two delay of game penalties which they didn't have all year and 14 total penn tease. a couple of which lead direct toll point. to turnovers which basically signed, sealed and delivered the game to the lions. ryan matthews the first of the year. he fumbled basicking giving the lions go ahead field bowl. all he had to do was take care of the ball and eat guess probable wolf won that game. coach pederson talk about why
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matthews fumbled and it and what he needs to do to protect the ball for the rest of the season. >> usually like to carry it on your outside arm. um, there was, upping, jordan, matthews had a block. kind of got blown up there. lane was pulling around the edge. detroit, i mean, they made tremendous play and just kind of caught us bang, bank in that situation. but ideally i i think as runner you'd want to carry it in your outside arm. >> major league baseball the playoffs have already given us ton of big games. walk offs and extra inning baseball. today the nationals took on the dodgers but we didn't need any of those theatrics. series tied at one a piece. carlos ruiz trying to bring the dodgers. two run blast to bring the dodgers back in striking distance. another former philly getting it done on the other side creating breathing room for the national. jayson werth look at that an
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absolute bomb. crushes that ball. 446 feet. the nationals go on to win eight-thee and take two-one series lead and in the al indians and red sox top sixth indians up 121. cocoa crisp with run over the monster that's a blast right there. cleveland goes up four-one. then we skip to the bot. to ninth red sox down four four-three. trying to win the game. but couldn't get it done. pops up and it's over for the red sox. indians within four hiv three. a sweep thirty four-zero they face the blue jays in alcs. to the sixers darius saric said he wanted to wait two years to come to philly because he just wasn't ready mentally or physically he looks like he's adjusting to the nb. game but there's still a little problems off the court that he's trying to get used to. >> totally different like apartment without furniture, you know, buy fun cher.
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go to buy, sometimes is part of normal life. you got turn cher you got everything immediate until your apartment. >> just so people know, when you sign a crack overseas and some of these places, your furniture is hooked up. you're given a car and you have monthly allowance. >> wow. >> that's not including the contract. in exactly. >> now he has to pick out stuff hisself, okay. kid doesn't know what he's doing much bakely what he's trying to same i going to and buy a couch. >> he has the money to buy it. >> should we go over and help him. >> you can go to ikea. >> he doesn't know how to go to ikea. >> you thinking darius can hook one of them things up himself. >> lucy what's coming up at allegedly you've seen the push to make sure people are registered to vote. what if you don't have a permanent address to put on that application? the process to
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>> happening right now at 11, local woman says she's terrified because of something that happened while she was sleeping. a burglar snuck into her home and stole her stuff while she slept just inches away. good evening, i'm lucy noland. tonight that woman's neighbors well they're scared, too. hoping they won't be next. let's get straight to fox 29's shawnette wilson at the clementon police department. shawnette. >> reporter: well, lucy, the victim says she doesn't know how she slept through the whole thing but she's glad she did. meanwhile it was the burglar's failed tempt another break in that got employees to the scene. >> i saw all the drawers were open, and stuff was taken out, and jewelry, all my july row was gone report roar this woman tells the terrifying story of what happened while she slept inside her


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