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>> live from philadelphia. this is fox 29 morning news. breaking this morning, another violent night in the city of brotherly love. two people are shot, one person is dead this morning, more on the violence coming up in a live report. >> in boston, two police officers are hospitalized after being shot, a wanted suspect is caught. the call that sent the cops in harm's way, and how they're doing right now. >> plus this: >> real shock when all the sudden his hands were all over me. >> stunning new allegations against donald trump two more women are coming forward accusing him of sexual assault. the details on the scandal just three weeks away from the presidential election, plus how hillary clinton's camp is responding. >> ability back here at home on the eve of the philadelphia flyers, 50th anniversary season, how the team is
honoring their late chairman, ed snider. good day everybody, it is thursday, october 13, 2016. 4:00 in the morning, thanks so much for waking up with us, let's toss things to ever sue serio at a look at our weather forecast, hype, sue. >> lauren, starting with tranquil shot of the not yet busy philadelphia international airport to check on our temperature, there this morning, it is 53 degrees, little milder in the city, 89% relative humidity, checking some other temperatures, much milder morning, 50 degrees up in the pocono mountains, we've got 49 in lancaster, 51 in wildwood. so, it is not the frosty temperatures we had earlier. watching this area of precipitation in the western part of the state. as it mars eastward, throughout the day, and it is all associated with a cold front. will we get any rain from it, that is the question. and it is still little sketchy about that. couple of areas of fog to show you in morning, trenton, quarter mile visibility, reduced visibility in mount pocono, and lancaster, and
atlantic city airport kind of socked in with some fog, as well. soap, there are few clouds, a little bit of fog this morning, watch out for that as you're driving around, 67 degrees by lunchtime, with some sun, and it is milder, but we will see increasing clouds, you may get stray shower or two by the end of the day, high temperature of 72. we'll see about the changes we have in store for the weekend, and the strengthening nicole. details on that coming up, as well. >> you did save me 20 bucks, i was going to get my car washed today. now you say chance, slight chance. what should i do with that $20? >> take her to lunch, all right. >> i'm in. >> see that? let's do it. >> live look at the vine street expressway, we are shutdown on the vine, normal early morning closure between broad and the schuylkill expressway. work crews still out along i-95. they are working both directions here, near the betsy ross bridge, from the overnight, they'll take little break for the morning rush
hour, then they'll be back at it starting at around 9:00 this morning, again. both the market frankford and the broad street subway using shuttle buses until 5:00. 5:00 that magic witching hour when all of the overnight work is complete, ready to go for rush hour. north on 295 watch for construction, right at the 42 freeway here, in bellmawr, new jersey, where there is overnight lane restrictions come into play. left over from yesterday. this water main break, i'm sure we will tell you about it coming up in a few minutes, 13 and norris on the campus of temple university. >> bob, following braking news out of lawncrest, philadelphia police are investigating double shooting there. right out to steve keeley joins us live from philadelphia police headquarters with more on the story. hi, steve. >> yes, strange case, the homicide team here trying to put it together. just two blocks apart, alcott street and cheltenham avenue run parallel, both off rising sun avenue. let's take you to the first scene on video right now. just down rising sun plaza
shopping center, and the forman mills, just past 11:00, police got a call about a shooting victim, 20 years old, shot in the groin found here on alcott avenue. also nearby on the ground maybe dropped by that guy, along with bullet shell casing, a shoe, a hooded sweatshirt with some cash in it, vials of marijuana, and a big roll of cash. then, let's go to scene two. this is just two blocks over. separated by rosa lee, this is cheltenham avenue. police learn maybe from talking to this guy or maybe from neighbors that the violence started actually here, two blocks over on cheltenham. all right? same 500 block where another guy, around the same age, shot and killed six shell casings so far found on this spot. and a gun found right next to the dead guy. >> it appears that the shooting took place in the 500 block of east cheltenham avenue.
at that location we found a second victim laying on the sidewalk. he was pronounced dead on the scene by medics. he appears to be suffering from a gunshot wound to his upper torso. we don't know if he was shot in the back or the front. it appears that the bullet may have passed through his body. >> all right, so, there you go, certainly sounds like a drug deal gone bad. doesn't it, lauren? >> yes, it does, steve keeley. thank you so much for the update. well, the search is on for the person who shot and killed a man last night in hunting park. philadelphia police say 22 year old man was shot execution style outside a home on the 4200 block of franklin street. two men were seen running from that scene. >> we know that this victim, who was pronounced dead on the front steps of the private residence, does not live at that location, and nor do we believe he has any connections to that location. >> right now investigators are looking at private
surveillance cameras to see if they can identify the suspect. now to break news out of boston, boston police department asking for prayers after two of his officers were shot in the line of duty. police got called out to a report of someone with a gun, officials say when the officer made it on scene they started shooting, police fired back hitting and killing the suspectment boston police say both officers shot one several times. that officer's being treated for life threatening injuries. >> all right, talking politics, more controversy this morning, surrounding presidential candidate donald trump. >> real shock when all the sudden his hands were all over me. >> it is when he started putting his hand up my skirt and that was it. >> the new york times publishing interviews they conducted with a woman you just saw and another woman. the two revealing they were touched inch appropriately by donald trump. let's get out to dave kinchen live in malvern where donald trump's daughter ivanka is expected to be later today campaigning for dad, right, dave? >> that's right.
she will be here at the desmond hotel and conference center, this conference facility as these new accusations swirl around the trump campaign, now, the campaign even wants a retraction from the new york times who had published this story, 74 year old jessica, you just heard from there, one of the two accusers, she told the times that she wanted to, quote, punch the television screen sunday night when donald trump said in the debate that he had never groped women. she says that she was on a flight to new york, sitting next to trump, more than 30 years ago, when he allegedly lifted up the armrest and began touching her inapropriately. this comes days after a 2005 video from access hollywood surface with trump boasting saying his fame allows him to kiss and grope women. >> it was a real shock when all the sudden his hands were all over me. but it is when he started putting his hand up my skirt and that was it. >> they expected this, that they new that this is going to be a race to the bottom, and
that there were going to be more allegations and more accusations of misconduct against trump, so they are trying to steel themselves by keeping bringing back these women from bill clinton's past. >> well, lawyers for the trump campaign are demand ago retraction from the times, the campaign also said in a statement, quote, this entire article is fiction and for the new york times to launch a completely false, coordinated character assassination against mr. trump on a topic like this is dangerous, end quote. now, a second accuser also made similar statement to the new york times after watching the debate, they say, and hearing that mr. trump denied ever groping women. so that's total of five accusers as others had come forward to people magazine. we can also tell you the hillary clinton campaign released a statement saying these accusations confirm everything that's known about the way donald trump treat women. lauren? >> let this continues to get interesting, dave, thank you so much. dave mentioned trump's oldest daughter ivanka is holding a
coffee at three spots today, will start in chester county at the dogs ponds at 9:30, will move to drexel brooke in delaware county at noon and her last event at the spring mill manor in bucks county at 2:30. also, happening today, governor mike pence will be in our area, the republican vice presidential candidate has a private event at bet -- in bethlehem tonight, will speak to the northampton gop hotel bethlehem at 7:00 p.m. hillary clinton's campaign responding to the new york times article we just told you about. a spokesperson says the story, quote, sadly fits everything we know about the way donald trump has treated women. the clinton campaign is playing defense on a different controversy. republicans are condemning alleged e-mail exchange between senior campaign officials as breathtaking anti-catholic bigotry. the emails mock conservative catholics, her campaign blaming russian hackers for the leaked emails. >> president obama firing back at the negative rhetoric thrown toward him as a presidential raisin tens nice.
on the campaign trail in north carolina the president laughed off claims by radio host, al, jones, who called him a demon. >> a guy on the radio who apparently trumped on his shelf, he said me and hillary are demons. said we smell like sulfer. ain't that something? now, i mean, come on, people. democracy does not work if you deface -- just say stuff like that, or, and apparently, there are people who believe that stuff. >> donald trump and hillary clinton will square off in a third and final debate on october 19th. okay, back here at home, happening today, philadelphia
city council and the philadelphia flyers will long who are ed snider, the tribute part of the flyers celebrating 50 years of hockey in philadelphia. members and families of the flyers will attend special congratulations today at city hall. tomorrow fans are invited to kick off the team's golden anniversary, in dilworth park at noon for a pep rally. 4:11, later on fox morning news, no cash, no problem, why you never again have to worry about caring cash to pay tolls on the pennsylvania turnpike. plus the man accused every setting off bombs in both new jersey and new york set to be arraigned today. why officials say he will not need to appear in court. >> and in chester, emotions running high after a vigil for a shooting victim quickly turns into a shooting scene. we'll explain that story coming up next.
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happening now, another hurricane making headlines this morning. forecasters say nicole has strengthened into a category four storm. the us national hurricane center in miami expect nicole to pass near or over bermuda sometime this morning. a hurricane warning has been issued for that island. >> sue, it is great to live in that part of the worlds until it is hurricane season. >> have you ever been to bermuda? it is such a beautiful place. it is about to get slammed by this stronger storm. now, there is warm water still in this part of the atlantic ocean, and so the hurricane was allowed to strengthen,
that hams in warmer waters. we expect landfall within the next couple of hours. it is a category four, maybe weakening to a three, once it hits land, there you see the path of the storm. and the islands is right there underneath that red lion where we do predict that that will happen. so very unfortunate with the rain and the wind for that island. for us, we are anticipate ago cold front that's really not going to be that much of a big deal. we do have some clouds rolling in. with sex interest moisture in the air, also seeing little bit of fog around this morning. so as we look at the future cast, we see the clouds on the increase, as we go through the rest of the day, at least north and west of the city. we do have a chance maybe around 2:00 of some showers, say, the lehigh valley, up in berks county, but you see them kind of dissipating as they come closer to philadelphia and the rest of the i-95 corridor. so a lot of us will only see clouds from this cold front. the rest of the day today. then we will feel the difference. speaking of fog, we have
little bit in lancaster, mount pocono, a lot in trenton, and it is pretty foggy in atlantic city, as women, as we get started this morning. temperatures are milder than they were yesterday with 53 degrees in the city, 50 in reading and mount pocono, and 51 in wildwood. we had some cloud cover around, that's why it wasn't as cold. it didn't get as cold as it could have last night. 68 degrees is our average high. we got above that yesterday, high of 72, and i think that's where we will be again today with the increasing clouds, and maybe a sprinkle or two. sixty-four tomorrow. so it is a lot chillier. then we get into the weekends, some beautiful autumn weather in store, and look at the wednesday of next week, middle of next week, bob kelly, high of 77. >> oh? >> double seven's. >> little roller roller coaster ride. get ready, to the ben franklin bridge, 4:16, no problems at all coming into philly. sue mentioned some fog, not here in philadelphia, we can see all of the tops of the skyscrapers and all of the
construction going on here in center city. looking good on the schuylkill, and i-95, the crews are working there on the overnight. vine street expressway still closed until about 5:00 this morning. the stretch between broad street and the schuylkill expressway, just the normal local detours, and those guys are pretty good at getting things out of there by the time we're ready to roll at 5:00. now, 95, all this week in the area of betsy ross bridge, watch for extra lane restrictions especially during the midday. both the market frankford and the broad street subway, using shuttle buses until 5:00 this morning. the trains will kick in and start to roll right after this. if you are coming in from new jersey, you have the construction crew. they are still out there, both 42 and 295, as you head in toward philly and walt whitman bridge. left over from yesterday, a water main break right there on the campus of temple at 13th and norris. so you want to stay away from that intersection, you want to use either broad or susquehanna. and they are working out in chester county today along route one right at route 41 in kennett square. lauren, back over to you.
>> shooting victim wrapping up, 8:30, 200 block of engel in chester. fox 29 has confirmed a 20 year old was shot in the leg, initial reports the shooter was driving black suv. and you can see dark colored suv in the video from skyfox, happened during a vigil to remember 20 year old christian jenkins killed last weekends, emotions are surely running high. >> now just imagine this. >> we as a sit, have 25 murders in here. we down to 30,000 people living in a four by four city, and we average 25 murders a year. that's crazy, number one. number two, tell me, why we can't get along? where did we go wrong? why, why we think we got it like that? >> the community gathered right outside the same house where a gunman opened fire on
jenkins over the weekend. he ran inside for help and died right in front of his mother. >> now, to our top stories, comedian bill cosby has failed again to have the sexual assault case against him thrown out. the state supreme court denied appeal filed by his lawyers that argued cost bee as accuser andrea constand should have testified at a preliminary trial. they argue they had no chance to con front his accuser. cosby accused of sexually assaulting constand back in his home in 2004. his trial is set to begin in june. >> the man accused of setting off bombs in new york and new jersey is expected to answer to a judge later today. hearing scheduled for today in elizabeth, new jersey, the problem, ahmad khan rahami is still in the hospital. so he'll make video appearance from his hospital bed. ahmad khan rahami accused of detonating pipe bomb along the route of marine charity race in seaside park new jersey and the pressure cooker bomb in new york city on september 17th. rahami charged with five counts of attempted murder after police officer and
several weapons offenses. a baltimore police officer was shot last night in cherry hill, according to the baltimore sun. the officer suffered a non-life threatening injury, shooting happened on the 1,000 block of bethone road, stopped a car recently carjacked when the suspect started shooting, the officer shot in the wrist, and the suspect remain at large. the investigation continues into the crash after small plane in connecticut that left student pilot dead, instructor injured. authority now suspecting the crash was intentional, student pilot may have been suicidal. the piper twin engine plane went down on the city's crowded main street. eyewitnesses said it exploded on impact killing the student pilot. >> it is too early for me to issue any pronouncements about what may have contributed to that crash. but investigators at the fbi are certainly going to take close look at all of the potential causes to determine what exactly happened. >> the pilot instructor escaped with severe burns.
he told investigators he got into an altercation with the student pilot which resulted in a struggle inside the cockpit. the fbi, ntsb, the federal aviation administration, state police, all investigating. meanwhile the instructor remains in critical condition. it is the second time in two days, two airplanes clip wings at a new jersey's newark airport. authorities say united airlines plane was backing out of the departure gate yesterday evening, when it made contact, with an us a tree and airlines plane. earlier this week another united airlines plane clipped wings with another plane. no one hurt in either incident, both remain under investigation. >> the head master of the haverford school is facing assault charges from a fight earlier this week with his own son. doctor john nagl placed on administrative leave, according to criminal complaint, the father, son, got into fight at home after nagl took his son's phone away as punishment for finding marijuana in his back pack. court documents show nagl's
son initiated physical fight. his father responded by putting his son a choke-hold, his son then called police. people we spoke to have mixed feelings. >> i've got five kids, and raising six grandchildren, you know, strangle hold until. >> his cv is impeccable, scholar, been good man in the community from what i can see. >> tragic all the way around. >> he is cooperating. the haverford school realizes serious concerns this charge races in our community. and is dedicated resources toward assessing the situation in its entirety, both fairly and deliberately. 4:22 this morning, without lane johnson the eagles going with the big v to start against washington. so, just how prepared is the rookie offensive tackle? find out next in sports. but first, your winning lottery numbers. good luck to you.
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fox 29 sports in one minute. good morning, i'm sean bell. without wayne johnson the eagles going with halapoulivaati vai vai to start at a right tackle against washington. you can call him big v. big v is a rookie fifth rounder who hasn't even dressed for a game yet. yesterday, the team talked
about believing him despite the lack of reps. >> focus, tells me all the time, you know, trust the technique, trust the offense, and you'll be fine. don't over think anything. >> offensive line is a position that can tame some time, adjustment coming from college to the nfl. kind of the opposite of running backs, usually the fastest position, the easiest transition, offensive lineman is usually the hardest, from the day he's got here he's improved every day until now. i'm excited to see how he performs once he gets out there sunday. >> desean jackson thinking about being an eagle again. he said now that chip is gone, it is a possibility. that's sports in a minute, i'm sean bell. >> later in the show, after ten years of it being against house rules, the new way you can order a world famous gino's steak. plus, just three weeks until the presidential election, and new sexual allegations coming out against donald trump.
coming up at 4:30, steve keeley is following breaking news, as well, hi, steve. >> yes, sadly we've got a fresh murder to talk about here in the city of philadelphia and those who want to legal identifies marijuana will argue if you do that crimes like this won't happen. because it looks like it was a pot deal gone real bad.
4:30 this morning, we start with some breaking news, another violent night in the city of brotherly love. two people are shot, one person is dead this morning, more on the violence coming up. in boston, two police offers remembers hospitalized after being shot. a wanted suspect now caught. the call that sent the cops in harms way, and how they're doing right now. plus this: >> when he started putting his hand up my skirt, and that was it, that was it. i was out of there. >> stunning new allegations against donald trump, as two more women are coming forward, accusing him of sexual assault. the details on the scandal just three weeks away from the presidential election, and how hillary clinton's camp is responding to the news. and back at home, no cash, no problem. why you never again have to worry about having change to pay tolls on the pennsylvania turnpike. good day everybody, it is thursday, october 13th, 2016.
4:30 this morning, let's toss things over to sue serio for a look at our thursday morning forecast. hi, sue. >> and we present lauren our number of the day. we're going to go with a eight out of ten today, which is eight is pretty great. but we're going to have increasing clouds today. some of us may see a shower before the day is through. north and west of the city, what we're thinking, here at the airport, it is tranquil. it is dry. it is 53 degrees, our sunset, or sunrise time is ten after 7:00. oh, boy these days are getting short. 50 degrees mount pocono, reading, lancaster, 46 in trenton, 47 atlantic city, ooh in wilmington, delaware, and here comes that cold front that is definitely going to give us some clouds, may gave you a shower or two, if you're in, say, reading, allentown, mount pocono, lancaster, could you see shower before the end of the day, less likely in the city, and south jersey. quarter mile visibility in trenton, very foggy in lancaster this morning. this is the situation that is evolving, if you will, now, we
see some fog in dover, delaware, and at atlantic city international airport. high today 72 degrees. with increasing clouds, and your sunset 6:24. seven day forecast, and the latest on hurricane nicole just ahead. bob kelly, good morning. >> good morning, you ask for fog, ask and you shall receive. we have it for in you our jam cam. cottman avenue, starting to see the fog, if you look close, you can see it rolling off of the delaware river across i-95. so, obviously, it is knocking down the visibility, and see the glare? the glare off the headlights? the roads are becoming a little, little damp and wet, with that fine mist this morning. so we will get thrown a curve ball there through our morning rush hour. otherwise, we are good to go in the speedometer readings in the 50's on both the schuylkill and 95, in collegeville, we have fire location, at fifth avenue, and main campus drive. so just watch for some local detours there this morning. still, shutdown on the vine street expressway between broad street and the schuylkill expressway.
that overnight construction, will keep it closed until about 5:00. another half hour or so going on there. and water main break from yesterday on the campus of temple university, 13th and norris, main construction zone right now with the road all popped up. you want to use broad or susquehanna through at least the morning rush hour. lauren, back over to you. >> bob, following breaking news out of boston, boston police department is asking for prayers after two of his officers were shot in the line of duty. police were called out to a report of someone with a gun, officials say when the officer made it to the scene, the gunman started shooting. police fired back, hitting and killing the suspect. boston police say both officers were shot, one of them several times, that officer is being treated for life threatening injuries. >> and, we're following breaking news here at home this morning, out of lawncrest. right now police are investigating a deadly double shooting. steve keeley, covering this story, he joins us live from the philadelphia police headquarters, hi, steve. >> reporter: yes, two locations right off rising sun avenue. let's go to video of location number one, than is alcott
street. showing this location, because this is the first spot where police were called. they got a call about gunfire in two spots, and that's where you'll see bullet casings, see rolls of cash, or a wad of cash, as the detective called it, and they didn't even know how much money it is because they think they will get evidence or dna or fingerprint off this money. so they are here. then they go to a second location, because people over on cheltenham avenue just two blocks over from alcott, in the same 500 block, also hear gunfire, and also call police. thereafter finding a wounded guy at the first spot they find dead guy here at the second spot, 5 feet away from his body, a semiautomatic gun, and lots more bullet casings. >> it is possibly narcotics-related. where we found the initial victim in the 500 block of east alcott we found a wad of money. we're not sure how much money it is, because we are not touching it, it is part of the
crime scene, but we also found several small containers of a green weed-like substance, that appears to be marijuana. >> reporter: you hear marijuana isn't a serious drug, and, lauren, this story will tell you that on the street, it is serious enough to kill somebody over it, it sounds like, and that's why when you're in school, your teachers and even when they have cops visit for the day tell you, don't get into drug dealing, because you ends up in one of three spots: the hospital, prison, or the morgue. two of these guys are ending up in all three, because this guy may go from einstein where he is stable after being shot in the groin, straight to a jail cell when he is healing enough. because he may have been the shooter at the first location where that guy was killed. >> never good news, steve keeley, thank you so much. >> and the search is on for the person who shot and killed a man last night in hunting park. philadelphia police say a 22 year old man was shot execution style outside after
home on the 4200 block of franklin street. two men were seen running from that scene. >> you decide this morning. more drama brewing for republican presidential nominee donald trump. the new york times publishing allegations from two more women accusing trump of sexual assault. >> i sat down next to a young man, blonde, tall, and he introduced himself as donald trump. when he started putting his hands up my skirt and that was it, that was it. i started telling my story about a year and a half ago when it became apparent that trump was actually running for president. telling my friends. >> seventy-four year old jessica leads says she kept the story to herself for decades fearing retribution. another woman, rachael crooks, says trump was inapropriate during business meeting they had at trump tower in 2005. said he introduced himself by shaking her hand, started kissing her on her cheeks and
then her mouth. trump campaign released a statement by saying in part this entire article is fiction, for the new york times to release a false character assassination against mr. trump on a topic like this is dangerous. trump brags about gagging woman inch appropriately article, he has since called his controversial comments lockerroom talk. >> meanwhile the race to the white house makes its way through our area yet again this week, trump's oldest daughters holding a coffee at ivanka event today, starting at the desmond at 9:30, will move to drexel brooke delaware county at noon and her last event is at spring mill manor in bucks county, at 2:30. >> also, happening today, governor mike pence will be in our area, the republican vice presidential candidate has a private event in bethlehem tonight. he'll speak to the northampton county gop at hotel bethlehem at 7:00 p.m. >> well, on the other side, hillary clinton's campaign is responding to the new york times article we just told you
about. the spokesperson says the story, quote, sadly fits everything we know about the way donald trump has treated women. the clinton campaign is playing defense on a different controversy. republicans are condemning alleged e-mail exchange between senior campaign officials, as breathtaking anti-catholic bigotry. the emails mocks conservative catholics. her campaign blaming russian hackers for the leaked emails. >> 4:38. new health study questioning the value of breast cancer screening. the information that could help you before your next mammogram. pea past .
>> new study questioning the value of mammograms for breast cancer screening. the study tracks tumor sizes before and after mammograms came into widespread use and what effect screening had on death rates. study concluded two thirds of the drop in morality was due to better treatments, not early detection. the study was published by the new england journal of medicine. let's talk money. the ceo of wells fargo has resigned effective immediately. john stump has been in charge since 2007. he testified before congress after it was discovered that wells fargo employees opened millions of bank accounts without customers' permission, the company has agreed pay $185 million to settle those allegations. the pennsylvania turnpike now accepts plastic, the turnpike now excepting credit cards, at toll boots all across the state. the pennsylvania turnpike commit spokesman says cash and
strengthens so much yesterday, and in the overnight hours because it is traveling over these warm waters. so now it is a category four hurricane. only 100 miles away from bermuda, traveling at about 15 miles per hour, social we expect it to make landfall sometime this morning, as a very powerful hurricane, at least a three, when it goes over the islands, with the winds that strong, 120-mile per hour winds, and of course, all of that rain, it is going to be a mess. so we will keep an eye on that situation for sure. here's our late week cold front coming through as we see the clouds increase today, we see the chance of rain north and west of the city, but by about 2:00, 3:00 as we continue, we see that rain kind of dissipating, and then that's it. so, that's what's going on. just expect some extra clouds for most of us later on today, unless you are in the infamous northern and western suburbs. 72 degrees today. it is a eight out of ten.
then two, nine's for you as it does cool off. it will be windy tomorrow, as well, winds gusting 20, 25 miles per hour, for friday. saturday, we hope you'll join just wilmington, for the walk to end altzheimer's, i consulted with rufus, the dog, and he said woe come along with me on saturday morning, so you can meet rufus in person. try to entice you, bob kelly, to come to the walk saturday morning. >> it was the treats real that i got rufus going. >> i bribed him. give him the bits. give him the bits. >> live look at i95 near philadelphia international airport. no problems right now. but look, let's go about 2 miles north of 95, and hey, who turned the lights out? look at the fog, socking us in here along i95 in northeast philadelphia, only about, what, seven, eight car lengths, as far as visibility goes. that's difference of just a mile and a half, 2 miles, from cottman avenue, to the airport. crystal clear or socked in. so be ready for some changes throughout the morning rush
hour, fog delays possible of course this morning, at philadelphia international airport. for the gang down in delaware, north on 495, construction, right near route 13, that's the dew point highway. for the gang in collegeville, watch for some local detours here, fifth avenue and main campus drive. otherwise, we are good to go coming out of 422, no problems on 309, give us another 15 minute here, on the vine street expressway, closure, work crews out until about 5:00 with the vine closed between broad street and the schuylkill expressway. and yesterday's water main break going to be rough one for commuters and student on the campus of temple university, that big water main break at 13th and norris. right now looks like a construction zone. so you want to use broader or susquehanna through the morning rush hour. lauren, back over to you. >> thank you so much, bob. another blow for the kids who play at the park football field in camden as public works crews are preparing to fix the field, it was ripped up by someone in a truck over the weekend, they noticed a symbol of hate spray painted on the concession building.
police are investigating this as a hate crime. the swastika was discovered yesterday, on yam kippur, the holiest day of the jewish year. >> you know what? it is a discusting symbol. and i think jews and non-jews would agree with that, this was probably as equally as offensive to the african-american community i would think. >> dozen of children ages five to 14, play football on that field, those children will have to play their games elsewhere this saturday. coach kelly and some of his players will be on good day later this morning, they plan to talk about the impact this vandalism is having on the team, which all started with the hopes of getting kids off the streets. >> popular cheese steak spot takes down a sign which grander earn much attention years ago, the sign outside of genos in south philly which red this is america, when ordering, speak english is now gone. back in 2006 gino's founder late joey stenton pit the sign up on the window after outcry
and 21 month deliberation the philadelphia commission on human relations ruled the sign was not discriminatory. the family has not said why the sign was removed. eagles star quarterback carson wentz leaves it all on the field every week. but it is what he just left on a restaurant table in north dakota that has got a lot of people talking. as fox 29's chris o'connell reports, this morning, wentz is apparently a very generous tipper. >> home in north dakota during his week off from football, eagles quarterback, carson wentz, did what any other 23 year old mid-western guy would do on his days off, he bagged a deer during a family hunting trip, and hit his favorite hometown bar, the heard and horns in downtown fargo. not only did winds pick up the thousand dollars tab for his buddies, according to the wait staff we spoke, with he also through down an eye popping 500-dollar tip. >> just want to hang out, shoot some pool, play some darts with his buddies, and
just relax and have a good time. >> talking to us on face time from north dakota, brent, friends with carson wentz, and owns the bar he's been coming to since his playing days at north dakota state. but those who know wentz say the blue collar guy who likes to fly under the radar appreciates what he has and where he came from. >> it was just carson being carson, it was fun to have him, fun to let him let loose a little bit. >> chris o'connell "fox 29 news". >> actor tommy forward bet known formatter inch laurence best friend on the citcom martin has died. >> why didn't he tell me? because i didn't want you clowning me, man, i didn't tell anybody. i didn't even tell the people on my job. >> tommy? >> that's exactly what i am talking b lying, man, about having a dam job, tommy. >> when ford wasn't in the limelight he wrote inspirational children's books, ford family said he had been hospitalized sunday after
aneurysm ruptured in his abdomen. he was only 52 years old. several celebrities paid tribute to him including martin laurence, wrote there is we were friends way before the martin show, showed true friendship on screen, brought a lot of love to the world and will be greatly missed. actress who played gina on the show wrote i ask you take a moment to send a positive thought, prayer or word up for my friends and his family. i love you. >> 4:51. in the next hour, why the daily drama of the presidential elections is presenting big business opportunities for halloween costume manufacturers. planned parenthood.
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>> atlantic city has an idea, how about selling buildings, the latest effort, no secret the shore town has been playing with financial troubles, officials say selling 500 abandon buildings is a way to threat answer state take over. >> addressing ongoing concern over racism in the city's neighborhood. he hopes human relations commission hearing later this month will be a step in the right direction. people have complains about racism against blacks, and other minority patrons, in prominent gay night clubs and businesses. it is one of the issues that prompted activist toss storm the mayor's annual pride flag raising at city hall on sunday. mayor kenney says communication and public hearings are what the city needs. >> we are working with the
activists on black lives matter and the other group that was formed and trying to kind of have a conversation and work our way through these things. >> the issue came to light when leaked video relieved the bar owner and the gayborhood used racial slurs. the public hearing scheduled for october 25th. and fresco user sent us this video showing the big crowds at dilworth park outside city hall. last night was the first night of dilworth october fest. it runs through sunday, visitors can enjoy some craft beer, eat german inspired food, even some games to play. it is free to get in. you just have to pay to eat or drink. >> and, when you see news happening, take out your phone and shoot it, use the fresco app, send it to our news room, could you have a chance to make a little extra cash. >> coming up 4:55, steve keeley following breaking news for us after two people are shot overnight. good morning, steve. >> well, cash, cannibis and killing, all three found on the street of northeast philly
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up. in boston, two police officers are hospitalized, after being shot, a wanted suspect is caught. the call that sent the cops into harms way. how they're doing right now. >> plus this: >> real shock when all the sudden his hands were all over me. >> stunning new allegations against donald trump as several women are coming forward accusing him of sexual assault. the details on a scandal just three weeks from the presidential election. and what hillary camp has to say. >> and back here at home on the eve of the philadelphia flyers 50th anniversary season, how the team is honoring their late chairman ed snider. good day, it is thursday, october 13th, 2016. 5:00 in the morning, sue serio, you have a number of the day for us. hopefully it is a good one. >> yes, i think it is, hey, anything above a five is good. this is a eight. and as i always say, eight is great. we just got few little things going on, the fog this morning, you can still see bus stop buddy, but he may be
obscured later on. and he's gone from the winter coat to the sweatshirt this morning. because it is not quite as chilly, although, temperatures are in the 40's, and 50's, mostly the 50's at the airport, 53 degrees, we have ten after 7:00 sunrise time, calm winds at the moment, a tranquil morning. fifty in mount pocono, two days ago, was about 29 degrees up there, 51 in lancaster, 46 degrees atlantic city, 51 in wildwood. and mid 50's in dover, delaware. here's some rainout in the western part of the state we're watching because it is leading edge after cold front that will come through, we got to the 70s yesterday, we expect to get there again today. but then things will change, here's the fog situation. lancaster, trenton, kind of fog think morning, so, is fort dix, and then three quarters of a mile visibility, in atlantic city, so it, won't be bright sunshine all the time. see clouds on the increase during the day today. but, it is still will be a walk on the mild side, with high of 72 degrees, and maybe the ever so slight c