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breaking news right now a house is evacuated after police discovered a potential drug lab. we're live in the collindale with an update from police. >> the allegations that they are not true. why now? why three weeks before the election. >> opening up, that is melania trump addressing the sexual assault allegations against her husband and why she says these women have, come forward, in the first place. plus her reaction to the infamous access hollywood
tape. wait until you hear what she says about that. developing right now a man is shot dead on his 30th birthday making this third murder in 24 hours in kensington. what police are saying may have led to the shooting as they try to track down the killer. good day, it is tuesday, october the 18th 2016. >> yes. >> let me take you back g to have you back. >> well, thank you. >> back when we opened up the show in 1908 we said it was going to be very warm. i'm saying the same thing right now. very warm today. >> yes. >> sue, how hot. >> well, i do remember that day, it got to 85 degrees. >> 1908. >> yes, in philadelphia, pennsylvania. >> yes. >> we may tie that record today, what do you think a number is today. >> of course, it is a ten. >> new bus stop buddy is celebrating national cup cake day with the most giant cup cake ever. temperatures in the 50's and 60's with a little bit of fog
in pottstown, in lancaster, in allentown. it has gotten bet the inner trenton. reduced visibility at the airport they are down to seven whiles, 3 miles in wilmington, 1 mile in millville, new jersey. we have 63 degrees and calm wind, which help with the production of fog. we will see what happens. today we are predicting 85 which will tie the record today. down to 65 tonight. we will tell you when things change in the seven day forecast, good morning. >> good morning, everybody. 6:02 on a tuesday we are looking good right now on the schuylkill expressway as we go for a ride in toward center city not the situation overnight. lets role video when we arrived on the scene on this fatal accident that had schuylkill closed overnight. accident happened shortly after 11:00 involving a tractor trailer and that overturn vehicle there pen to the had road closed this will 3:15 this morning. good news coming back to the maps everything is opened and we're ready for morning rush
hour. here's a live look at this was northeast philadelphia, right off of torresdale and cottman the sunoco station there right by saint hubert's high school. we are looking at 95. we have a police stop stop here off of i-95 at cot hand. ben franklin seeing volume into downtown. we have patchy fog for folks down the shore along route 40 and 47, philly international, mass transit looking g mike and alex, back to you. lets get back to breaking news. >> police found a possible drug lab located at a house in collindale and dave kinchen is at the scene right thousand, dave. >> reporter: we're on the 1200 block of macdade boulevard. state police chemist appears to have just arrived at this house here to check into these chemicals found in what police sources are calling a suspect drug lab. collindale police are here with the delaware county criminal investigation division this house, on the 1200 block of macdade is a duplex.
residents upstairs, two were evacuated. three living in the first floor were detain including a man who was spotted by a worker. we will pan down and show you this cvs here because there is a connection to all of this. police say there was an officer buying a car for his wife in the cvs when he was tipped off by a worker to someone acting suspiciously in that store with the tray of products that they were either going to purchase or take out of that store and once that suspect had gotten wind of the cop taking a look at him we're told that he ran for it and ran back to this house here on a radio report which was put out regarding this suspect seen going in the the back of the house here. that is when investigators got involved and state police chemist checking out chemicals inside the house. >> i'm not the sure what was in the cart. i can only assume it was products to assist in making whatever he was making in the house, but yeah, clerk brought attention to the officer and
we may have averted a major incident. >> reporter: big question though is what are these exact chemicals, police cannot say what specific type of drug lab this could be because they have to check these chemicals. that is what they are doing here. three people detained including person seen running in from that store are not facing charges at this time. we are told they are detained by investigators and questioned, while state police figure out what is in that house, back to you guys. >> okay, let us know. now to developing story out of kensington this morning. a case of police investigating yet another homicide. >> third one in this area in 24 hours. steve keeley is live from police headquarters with the details, steve. >> reporter: add a murder and another hour to those 24 hours and you have got four, in 25, because we were here this time yesterday. here's video of the latest. the east allegheny avenue a main drag through town, lots of cameras, lots of witnesses and this guy, killed last
night, turned 30 yesterday and he shot and killed on his birthday right in front of his girlfriend and a lot of surveillance systems. >> new fortunately, in the 700 block of east allegheny we found several businesses on both side of the street that to have private surveillance camera, police viewed these cameras and at least one of the businesses, did record the entire incident. so homicide detectives are on location processing the scene and they will get a copy of the recording. >> reporter: sadly homicide detective are processing lots of scenes like this one rosehill right past midnight yesterday when monday murders began. a 19 year-old man shot a half dozen times at point blank range. then seven hours later while we're on the air here yesterday at 7:08ah doing a live shot another murder happens right in front of the school kid here at tuskalum
and cambria this could have been a lot worse if school kid were killed. you hope these murders just don't go one ear and out the other. we are talking about four young men who lost their lives. they were all somebody's son. >> that is right, thanks, steve. well, donald trump's wife is talking a lot about the growing number of women say her husband groped them. >> she spoke to tax about melania trump did and she said these women are coming forward but that they are lying. >> reporter: why do you think they would make this up then. >> because they want to damage the presidency of my husband. it was all plan, it was all organized. >> melania says she's not advised by the allegations saying women supporting hillary clinton were just trying to get famous. donald trump continues to,
deny sexual salt allegations against him saying events he is accused of they ever took place and he won't apologize for something that didn't happen. >> well, nbc finally did it, they have fired billy bush. the axe fell more than a week after bush was caught on tape in that vulgar conversation about women with donald trump. billy bush had been suspended before his firing, it was announced yesterday, billy says that he was embarrassed and ashamed, but not so ashamed to not take the ten million-dollar that they gave him to leave. ten million-dollar. i'm out of here for ten bucks. well, clinton campaign responding to another controversy this morning, the fbi released records yesterday showing that senior state department official asked the fbi to help in changing the
classification of an e-mail from hillary clinton's private server. it was supposed to be a part of the deal that would have allowed the fbi to deploy more agents in iraq. in exchange for the declassification. clinton spokesperson brian fallon says clinton's campaign had nothing to do with the classification of e-mails. today, former president bill clinton will speak at montgomery county community college in blue bell. his latest high profile democrat, hillary clinton has had campaign for her this our area. the event starts at 3:00 this afternoon bill clinton is here. today is last day to register to vote in new jersey for this years' lex. county commissioner of registration superintendent of election offices will be opened late tonight, for registration. more information is on our web site at fox 29.com so get registered to vote. who watched the debate last night?
>> anybody. >> the pennsylvania senate race, heated up last night, incumbent pat toomey and candidate katie mcginty faced off this their first debate in a race that is virtually tied in the polls. hear the one question that path the path toomey would not answer last night. plus people putting themselves in danger to help a complete stranger, what these people did when they saw a woman trapped under her cara long the new jersey road.
several good samaritans rush to free a woman trapped beneath her car in hamilton township. >> the entire thing as you can see on this dash cam video, so look at this, upper right-hand corner of your screen there. seven people passed by, seven people passing by, helped lift car and pull would hand from under it. would hand lost control coming around a curve on waymouth road sunday at 1:30 in the afternoon. they say she hit a tree, ejected and car flipped before landing on top of her. >> my god. >> women is in critical condition but is expected to recover. >> seven people, that is great that they stopped. >> lifted the car up. all right. 6:12. race for white house is not only close election we are following of course. pennsylvania is that the race
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nasa has successfully launched the orville atk rocket. nearly two years after the model slowedded after launch, it blasted off 7:45 last night, from wallups flight facility on the coast of virginia. the rocket the is carrying the cargo ship, heading toward the international space station, loaded down with supplies, science experiments for astronauts on board. here's the cool thing that is a shot from the delaware valley. so sky fox was up last night at 7:45 and got that shot all the way from virginia. >> that is beautiful. >> isn't that cool. >> very cool. >> were you outside looking for it too. >> no, i forgot it it was happening so i didn't see it i forgot too. sunset was beautiful yesterday. so i went on the ben franklin bridge taking and picture and hughe dylann said are you trying to catch launch. i said what launch.
>> did you catch launch? i would like to see pictures of it. >> what about that sunset? i will show you picture i took, so cool, sue. hopefully we will have have most of those with nice wet they are week. >> we have a couple more days with temperatures in the 80's which means mild nights to do star gazing. we will talk about what you can see it in, in a few you minutes but right now we're talking about fog because we are seeing, and, kind of sock in all morning and reduced visability in many places. high pressure, building in all this week giving us unusual mild temperature, and, record to beat, and, slow, we have a good chance of tying the record at least from 1908, and 80, a good chance of break ago this one and then on thursday we will probably get in the upper 70's, right now temperatures 63 degrees in philadelphia 54 in mount pocono. fifty-five in lancaster.
sixty-four in wildwood. unusually mild to start the day for this time of the year, anyway. eighty-five today and tomorrow and then we will start with some showers on thursday, with a cold front, a stronger cold front comes through on friday and then that dramatically changes the temperatures, for the weekend, so, bob kelly from 85 today and tomorrow to 60 and 59 degrees on saturday and sunday. >> two tickets for that roller coaster right. first jam this is traffic cam this morning 95, live look at southbound i-95 lanes, stacked up from approaching cottman avenue going into that construction zone down in toward center city. rush hour underway on chocolate cup cake day, live look, southbound heavy from the kelly drive down through the schuylkill. we don't that have thick fog at least yet same way we had as of yet and popped up around 7:00 o'clock hour. we are keeping an eye on the radar screen. live look from south jersey route 37 right at 295 there is
an accident 37 back there by bellaire motor lodge to give you you a location there. watch out for tie ups there guess who is coming for mid afternoon snack? former president bill clinton coming to town montgomery county community college. the event time is at 3:00 when he is set to speak but you can bet there is motorcade madness after lunchtime into the community college of philadelphia keep that in mind if you are out and about midday. the motorcade back out of the college right at the start of our evening rush hour, mike and alex, back over to you. here in pennsylvania we are keeping an eye on the virtual tie between i am kent bent republican senator pat toomey and katie mcginty. >> it has been close all along. two faced off yesterday in pittsburgh. they disagreed on just about everything. both mcginty and moderators hammered pat toomey though on his resistance to either support or denounce donald trump.
>> yes or no are you voting for and encouraging others to vote for donald trump. >> as i said i have not reached a point where i can endorse donald trump because i have so many concerns about his candidacy, things i have publicly mentioned. i do also acknowledge if he would sign some legislation that would be constructive. i feel like i'm this is same position as an awful lot of pennsylvanians. >> the senator is only person in the united states of america who has not leveled with his constituents on the simple question are you voting for donald trump? >> interesting, well, pat toomey says he probably would tell his constituents about his voting choice before the election. of course, nobody has to say who they have to vote for but do you support. meantime democrat and republican disagreed on jobs and the coal industry is affecting our environment. >> if you are pro environment you are anti jobs. time and time and time again i have had the opportunity to work to roof that in the to be true. it is an excuse for the
senator who is well rewarded by big oil for his opposition to putting people to work diversifying our energy resources. >> she supports all of the policies that have put our coal workers out of work. i have met with these guys. i have seen them. i have looked into their eyes and said why is my own government destroying my job, my career, my livelihood it is not right because coal is a low cost reliable domestic source of energy. >> so, if you missed that the two will face off in philadelphia on october 24th. >> october 24th, yeah, right here. well, who is to blame? who will fix it? those are the big questions surrounding the eagles right now. hear from coach doug pederson on the problems hurting his team right now. at least they have one guy that needs a new jersey.
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just the latest in our violent 24 hours in that section of the city, three men lost their lives and their killers are still out there. latest from police, as they track down those killers. breaking bad a house is evacuated after police discovered a potential drug lab in that house. we're live at the scene in collindale, with an update from police. my husband is raw, he is real, and he tells it as it is. >> melania trump speaking out in a fox interview. why she says she's not surprised about the the sexual assault allegations against her husband. it is tuesday, october 18th, 2016. it will be a record breaker today in the mid 80's. it hasn't been this warm this time of the year since 1908. >> we will take it. >> i will take it. 2016, less's do it. >> i'll take it, right in high face. >> you can celebrate with a check late cup cake, it is national chocolate cup cake day, so bus stop buddy found biggest one he could and to take to will school today.
temperatures in the 50's and 60's, no jacket on our buddy this morning because it is a mild morning once again and it will be in the mid 80's later on. but it is foggy, lancaster, pottstown, allentown, kind of to go i in trenton, and, and it is not unlike yesterday, and, as well, just a little hazy here, in our neighborhood, in old city. 63 degrees. we will wait until 7:15 for our official sunrise time and see if we are socked in with fog. 63 degrees in philadelphia. fifty-four in mount pocono and 64 degrees in wilmington. to take's high 85 degrees, gunning for a record of 85 set in 1908, tonight down to 65 which is normal high temperature this time of the year. we know this warmth isn't going to last. we will tell you when it changes when we bring thaw seven day forecast, coming up.
>> good morning, sue. 6:30. here's a live look at the schuylkill expressway, morning rush hour, westbound slow go from city avenue up the hill into belmont but lets role video from last night's fatal accident when our news van arrived on the scene eastbound accident in montgomery drive involving a tractor trailer and this overturn vehicle right here pen to the had road closed from 11:15 last night to 3:15 this morning. everything is opened. we are good to go for the morning rush hour. here's a live look at 42 tree way fog as we are starting to sees beginning of the volume from the expressway all the way in toward walt whitman. we will go opposite way southbound on 42, accident at 295 construction zone an accident on the girard avenue track here as route 15 trolley using shuttle buses from forty-first over to 63rd. so far, so good at the a airport, no fog delays just yet, mike and alex, back to
you. 6:32. breaking news out of delaware county. >> right now police are investigating a drug lab inside that house there in colin dale, dave. >> reporter: that is right i want to show you right now a fire truck just arrived on the scene, to light up this scene and to also deal with any kind of possible explosions or fire or anything because the state police chem investigators, lab response team, they are looking inside at the chemicals found inside this house to see what kind of chemicals there are. we are at 1200 block of hack dade boulevard. collindale police are here with delaware county criminal investigation division officers. this house is a duplex, residents were evacuated. there were three people living in the first floor, they have been detain including a man spotted by a worker, cvs. i want to show you cvs here further down on hack dade
boulevard. there was a police officer trying to get a card for his wife there when he was alerted by a worker to a person acting suspiciously who was taking out a acetaminophen products from this store. that product is known for the manufacturing of met am if the heene but we do in the know what these, chemicals were in side this house. we do know that person sees the cop looking at him. runs from the store. he runs to the house, and then police follow, get in the back of the house, start looking around. they sees some things they do not like. the chem team is investigating right now. >> we have seen some things in the bedroom, apartment that were alarming to them. possibility of some kind of chemicals on the property. powder, containers, chemicals a normal person wouldn't have have in their house. they evacuated property, second floor, secured it, called supervisor who in turn called me and i responded.
i called county detectives. after a meeting of the mind, notified state police and is there a chemist coming from bethlehem. >> reporter: again, that chemist got here not too long ago as part of the pennsylvania state police lab response team. so they are looking at cases like this. new information from police. the person seen running into this house from that cvs was suspect of shoplifting. products containing acetaminophen things such as cough medicine, well known to be an essential ingredient for making meth but police have not said what kind of lab this is. they expect it to be a drug lab. chemist is looking at chemicals to find out exactly what is here. of course, fire crew here just in case god forbid is there an explosion or something happens as a result of the chemistry in there. back to you, mike and alex. >> wild scene. >> 6:34. how about this story out of kensington. >> a man shot and killed while walking down the street with the friend.
it was four that happened in 24 hour period. >> yeah, three people. steve keeley at the round house, steve. >> reporter: homicide detectives just don't drop a case or pass it over to the next shift, they work straight through and our guys we talk to every day out here of been working more than 24 hours straight because murder they were on yesterday while they are there they get called for three more murders, over the next 24 hours. here's the latest on east allegheny. this is two exits up 95 past girard and then off allegheny from here to headquarters. it was a quick drop to get over there, sad lie, what happened was they find a girlfriend screaming, her boyfriend got in the fight with guys earlier in the day, and then those guys came back looking for him. they found him on the busiest biggest street in the city. didn't care that she was there or these business where is there with a lot of cameras. >> based on witness accounts, this 30 year-old victim was
involved in the prior physical altercation with another males in the area and we believe that is the motive for this shooting, and what makes this case more tragic is this 30 year-old victim, today, was his 30th birth day. >> reporter: wow, how bad is that? right on his birthday. mayhem began just 11 minutes past midnight on rosehill street where a guy will not see his 20th birthday. nineteen. shot in the back of the head. pronounced dead just nine minutes after 12:11 a.m. 911 call. six shots point blank. seven hours later while we are reporting on the murderer from yesterday 7:08 a.m. right after sunrise right as school kids are walking to school, somebody comes up and kills another guy, another young man in his 20's, shot several times here at cambria, and police put him in their patrol car, rush him to the hospital but pronounced dead just 15 minutes after that. so all of these killings,
innocent, point blank, just brazen, no concern, if witnesses, cameras, school kid or daylight just killing people on these streets, firing several shots and the homicide team busier then ever over the last 25 hours were four young men being murdered on the streets of philadelphia. >> wow. >> yeah. unreal. fire officials are still investigating this car fire that happened overnight. vehicle was discovered right here near 53rd and media in west philadelphia. they say it happened around 1:25 this morning. as you you can see here this thing is burned out. at this time investigators are not ruling fire as sus fish bus they are still investigating. today is day two of the defamation suit against penn state university. why the man who helped conn rick that guy jerry sandusky of child sex abuse. former assistant football coach mcqueary, four held from penn state in lost wages.
he claims penn state should pay for retaliate ago begins him, because he testified in the sandusky case. defense attorneys say they turned against mcqueary because he did not stop that attack in that shower in 2001. mcqueary says he walk in on sandusky molesting a boy in the team shower. we will have a live report from jeff coal from center county in a little bit. today former president bill clinton will speak at montgomery county community college in blue bell. he is latest of high profile democrats, hillary clinton campaigned for her in our area event starts at three, this afternoon. clinton campaign responding to another controversy, fbi released record showing a senior state department official at the fbi, to help in changing the classification of an e-mail from hillary clinton's private server. it was supposed to be part of
the deal, that would have allowed fbi to deploy more agents in iraq. in exchange for declassification. a clinton spokesperson said that clinton's campaign had nothing to do with the classification, of e-mails, and the classification, of e-mail was never changed, by the way. some of hollywood's and broadway's biggest stars came out to support candidate hillary clinton. event was held in new york city last night, billy crystal was there kick off the show with the little song and dance. or stars making an appearance julia roberts was there, lena dunnham, sarah jessica parker was there, neil patrick harris. lynn manual minder, former president, bill clinton, daughter chelsea clinton both made appearances at the event. tickets for the event cost listen to this you could get one for $45. >> okay.
>> but high end tickets was 100 you this dollars. >> what kind of seats were those. >> you could sit on their lap. >> my goodness, that is a lot, 45 to $100,000. >> i would be in the $45 seat. >> i'm not paying anybody to go to dinner with them. >> in general. >> of course. >> hundred thousand dollars. meanwhile donald trump is insisting that voter fraud is a big problem, especially here in philadelphia. if the election is rigged in hillary clinton's favor. he had this to say about the polls in philadelphia, during an interview with fox while he campaigned in green bay. romney and mccain got no votes, i mean like no votes. philadelphia is one. look at what is going on in chicago and st. louis and many other cities, there is tremendous voter fraud and how
republican leadership does not see that is beyond me. >> state and local officials met in philadelphia to dispute donald trump's claims and to assure vote their every vote will count. well, daily news has weighed in on this controversy and look at their headlines, are you rigg thein serious, city polls, donald the election ain't fixed. that is on page three, so, little editorial there. >> it is rigged fat lie. >> update on a inspirational guest we haddon "good day philadelphia", back in june. >> well, michael appeared to promote philly festival which raises money and awareness for those battling als. he was diagnosed with the disease in 201 and lost all ability to speak but still wanted to share his story in hopes that others would help in the fight begins the cure. michael lost his battle on
friday, surrounded by family but his mission, it lives on through his foundation, family strong for als. i remember help they were here, wow, inspirational. >> his family asked that in lieu of flowers donations be made to the organization to help find a cure. michael was just 59 years old. melania trump opened up about the the accusations about her husband what she says about the women who came forward, and what she told anderson cooper about that infamous access hollywood video. could she be blaming bush? plus a cat wandering a south jersey neighborhood has people asking, is it just a stray, or something bigger. the video that has some think i is a cuter. >> what that is now house cat. is it? >> it is big.
the first lady has fashion. so this is 14th's final one, bob. >> well, they will have a big party there last night, last one, before we move out of the joint, come on, everybody. 6:46. in the construction zone near girard avenue. headlights are heading southbound, northbound in the construction zone. we are in full swing here, little jam on the benny coming into downtown philly. beginning of the rush hour, so far, so good with this fog. it is not as thick as we had this time yesterday. hello, cherry hill, big mall there in the background route 70, 73 where it all comes together. south on the freeway accident at 295 construction zone there this bellmawr. route 15 trolley using shuttle buses between forty-first and then 63rd, along girard avenue all because of a disable trolley, and then watch for an accident on the pennsy turnpike right here delaware
valley interchange on the eastbound side between delaware valley and new jersey and then that campaign event today bill clinton coming to town montgomery county community college. start time 1:00 o'clock. things will be tight on the college campus later today. what is the forecast like for the big event? sue has tonight 15 seconds. felt like summertime today because we are setting up with summertime weather pattern of high pressure off shore and staying around, the bermuda high, and, temperatures, for mid-october, about ten, 20 degrees, above average, and, causing a little bit of fog in lancaster county, pottstown, allentown seeing most fog this morning, reduced visibility around millville and southern new jersey as
well. these are record to beat today. today's record is 85 degrees and it as back in 1908. we had at least tie it today maybe even break it. the days are not as long as they are in the summertime so we will see what happens. eighty-five on wednesday. then change begins on thursday with the mid 70's and then friday another cold front brings some showers and much chillier temperatures out as we head into the weekend. >> it is come back, it is october after all. melania trump is speaking out against negative allegations against her husband donald trump. she believes women that came forward are making it up. so to learn more about what melania had to say. >> recent assault allegations come amid controversial video from a decade ago but it was released, in the video you can hear trump talking to billy bush. he is talking about grabbing, kissing woman without their consent. melania says she believes the
timing is no miss take. >> the allegations that they are not true, why now? why three weeks before thee lex and what they are accusing my husband that is not the person that i know. >> reporter: what is your message to these women what would you like to say to them. >> that all the allegations should be handled in a court of law and without the evidence to accuse somebody either man or woman it is damaging and it is unfair. >> that interview was on fox. melania spoke to cnn anderson cooper and in that interview she suggested that her husband would be egg on in boy talk. >> they were kind of boy talk and he was led on, egged on
from the host to say dirty and bad stuff. >> you feel host billy bush was heard egging him on. >> yes. >> is that language you had heard him use before. >> no, that is why i was surprised because i said like i don't know that person, that would talk that way. >> well, yesterday we learn nbc has fired billy bush, melania has also said she believes women are coming forward against her husband, they are hillary clinton supporters and they just want to get famous, alex. >> okay, well, thank you, lauren. we appreciate it. 6:50. cat wondering a south jersey neighborhood has a lot of people asking is it just a stay or is this something bigger? look at this. the video has some thinking it could be a cougar? an actual cougar? it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands.
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even after trump bragged about sexually assaulting women, toomey stood by him. on women's health - both trump and toomey would defund planned parenthood. on abortion: trump: "there has to be some form of punishment" toomey: "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: too dangerous for pennsylvania women. making a sound like that. >> yes. >> roar. >> the question is was it a house cat or mountain lion wandering around winslow township, new jersey. >> that does not look like a house cat, are you craze i that is what many residents
want to know though look at the size of the paw prints. several sightings of a large cat roaming around has grabbed the attention of wild life officials and just about anybody who lives in this area, owner of the hammington vineyard says he is convinced it is some kind of a mountain lion, a trail camera also captured a shot of the giants cat although wild life officials doubt it is a cougar, um. do we have cougars in new jersey does anybody know, wild life people out there. witnesses think it is too big to be a house the cat. >> it was no average house cat, yeah no, it was between 50 and 60-poundy didn't know if it was a bobcat, mountain least on, i just didn't know. i didn't know what it was. it was in and out of the woods, getting dark and i just know it wasn't a dog. >> how, they will not stand around long enough to find out. officials are still trying to
verify but they think the that the an hall was a big house cat. >> really. >> does anybody have a house cat that big if so please send me a picture. >> let's do that. on twitter, how biggies your cat? i want to see a big fat cat today. >> yes, do you have a cat that looks like that as big as that one does. >> hit us up on twitter, i never remember. at mike fox 29. >> yours is some conn volume toothed thing. >> it is alex holley fox 29. >> holley is spelled holley. >> yes. >> don't spell it any other way. >> all right. >> we want to see big fat cat. 6:55. we are following breaking news out of delaware county right now in collindale we are taking a live look right now with police on the scene plus chemistry teams because police believe they have found a suspect meth lab.
i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county, i cut out wall street middlemen to protect pensions. now, as chairman of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i'm leading the fight to stop the epidemic of heroin and opioid abuse. as attorney general, i'll prosecute anyone who scams our seniors. and i'll hold the oil and gas companies accountable to keep our drinking water safe. i'm josh shapiro. i'll be an attorney general who always fights for you.
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lawsuit against penn state. the man who help put jerry sandusky behind bars is suing the school for four million-dollar: we are live in center county with more on when mike mcqueary is expected to take the stand. look at this, summer is back. why we will feel more like august then october, today, in the delaware valley. i was wearing shorts yesterday but we should wear shirts again today for 9:00 o'clock hour. >> it feels like summer. >> jean shorts with the pockets hanging out. >> yes, fringe and all that. >> yes. >> people are fascinating by this big cat story in winslow township and people sending pictures of this big cat. this cat is not that big and particularly interested in the story about big cat. >> paying special attention. >> thank you for send ago this in. >> there is a guy, who watches a show every morning and tweets throughout the show.