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news at 11. it was three rallies and two states for donald trump today as he tries to turn around sagging poll numbers. it is a race to the finish with just 18 days until the election. good evening, i'm dawn timmeney. both candidates are making strong final pushes for pennsylvania. tonight donald trump was in bucks county. fox 29's brad sattin was there and brad, what message did donald trump have for his supporters tonight. >> reporter: he's really busy trying to al the troops at this point. get them motivated. tell everyone you know to get out the vote. 18 days until election day donald trump putting into overdrive. he started in north carolina. made it earlier today into central pennsylvania and wrapped up here in newtown. no great big news was made again it was all an evident just to rally his base. >> is there anyplace more fun to be than a trump rally? >> reporter: not for the 4,000 who turned out in newtown bucks county to rally around donald trump.
>> smart people in pennsylvania, tough and smart and sharp. and people that don't like what's happening to their country. that's who's in pennsylvania. >> reporter: promising to lower taxes, cut government regulations and build up the military including growing the naval fleet with new jobs in philadelphia. >> i will instruct my secretary of the navy to study locations like philadelphia with a long history of service to our military and proximity to vibrant private industry and find ways to involve them in this national effort. >> reporter: trump took on familiar themes to his support supporters delight blasting hillary clinton. she's the most corrupt person. >> reporter: and media. >> they're big part of the rigging those people. >> reporter: he spoke for 33 minutes the crowd then struck to do get out the vote. >> very responsible man. he's very polite. more polite and more trustworthy than hillary clinton. >> you finally get usa pride back. reminds me of bring us together from 9/11. >> reporter: pennsylvania is a
key battleground state and donald trump needs to win bucks county. dawn? >> all right. brad, thank you. hillary clinton made a stop in battleground state of ohio today while her husband former president bill clinton campaigned in the sunshine sta state. hillary clinton held a rally in cleveland. her campaign is facing another e-mail threat julian assange the head of wikileaks warned recent until he has now set his sights on clinton's running mate tim kaine and dnc interim chair donna brazil. meanwhile kaine spent the day campaigning at penn state's main campus. he spoke about the russian hackers and lashed out at what donald trump has had to say about it. >> for some reason, even though donald trump wouldn't defend our democratic institutions, he was being a pretty good defense lawyer for vladimir putin. and russia because -- >> the democratic vice-presidential candidate was referring to the recent debate when trump denied russia is trying to influence the out come
of the election. meantime vice-president joe biden also hit the campaign trail for hillary clinton. he rallied a couple hundred supportesupporters at wilkes-bae university. the clinton campaign just keeps on pushing in the keystone sta state. tomorrow hillary clinton will join her running mate senator tim kaine at penn park and the university of pennsylvania. that event begins at 8:45. heavy rains throughout parts of pennsylvania are causing all kinds of flooding problems. this is how things looked in one of the hardest hit areas. trout run in lycombing county. overnight rains led to flooding, school and road closures and even some evacuations. up to 6-inches of rain fell in lycombing county. in northeastern pennsylvania, homes were completely washed away in sullivan county much the good news mazing no reports of any serious injuries. and on your radar tonight some showers across the region as we take live look at the philadelphia international airport. a big drop in the temperature
starting to materialize. meteorologist scott williams here with your first forecast at 11. scott. >> hi there, dawn. get ready for wardrobe change as we move toward the upcoming weekend. temperatures today made it up to 80 degrees, but by tomorrow, many locations stuck in the 50s. it's 60 right now in philadelphia. we have 40s in the poconos. mid 50s pottstown, allentown and lancaster as they front continues to kind of push through the area. but off to the west, it's only upper fours in pittsburgh. 45 degrees right now in buffalo. so here's the front as we look at ultimate doppler. once again, we have couple of those scattered hit and miss showers out there across the area. some activity moving out of delaware into parts of south jersey. also once you move north and west across the area. but take a look at future wind gusts. this is tomorrow morning. if you have some breakfast plans run something errands it's going to be pretty gusty. winds gusting over 30 miles per hour across much of the area. pretty much the and tire day. this is 6:00 o'clock for tomorrow.
winds gusting close to 40 miles per hour parts of south jersey and down the shore. look at 10:00 o'clock tomorrow more of the same. so winds of change and those winds will bring some colder temperatures our way. so mostly cloudy scattered showers around for the overnight, 50 in the city. upper fours in the burbs. look at the forecast for tomorrow. it's going to be cool. a couple of early scattered spotty showers. 56 that's it for the high temperature tomorrow. moving ahead to sunday. low 60s. atlantic city for tomorrow around noon, 56 degrees. temperatures hold pretty steady low to mid 50's but the winds they will be gusting up to 40 or more miles per hour. look at future feels like temperatures tomorrow morning. it's going to be feeling like the 30s berks county. also, moving toward the poconos. this is 11am feeling like 30 degrees. feeling like low 40s in philadelphia along with atlantic city. so what about that weather authority seven day forecast? recapping things blustery colder tomorrow.
only 56 for the high testimony cher. headed to light the night, bundle up, blustery and then look at sunday, we're sunny but also we're cooler. temperatures only in the low 60s. staying in the low 60s for monday and then as we move toward the latter part of next week, a slight rebound, dawn, in those temperatures. >> all right, scott, thank you. well, it's back to the classroom for tens of thousands of students across pennsylvania. the union representing more than 5,000 faculty at pennsylvania's 14 state universities came to a tentative agreement with the state system of higher education. the three-day strike affected more than 100,000 students. now, the largest school in the state' system is of course we have chester university. and one of the most popular weekends all year is happening right now. homecoming. it began tonight and runs through sunday. students and alumni will flock to the campus to take part in the festivities but police are reminding everyone to enjoy the weekend responsibly. fox 29's shawnette wilson is
live in west chester tonight with that part of the story. shawnette? >> reporter: well, dawn, west chester's police chief posted on facebook that he wants students to have fun but police say they will not tolerate rowdy celebrations around town. >> i'm excited to have good time. >> reporter: science of west chester's homecoming weekend are all over town. students are planning to attend university sponsored events and, of course, party, too. >> this is our time to get -- have some fun, and get break from all the stress from school. >> reporter: west chester police promise a crack down on rowdy crowds that may reach havoc in residential neighborhoods. as in previous home comings. the chief of police posted on the department's facebook page that they will aggressively enforce all alcohol and alcohol related laws and recommend a $500 plus fine for underaged alcohol violations. rosario messina is glad to hear that. >> they're awful rowdy an lot of drinking. this is not all of them but it's been my experience in this
vicinity they just tear things up report roar his neighbor kerry lynch feels differently. >> we moved here. i knew it was a university town, and i knew that, you know, kids like to study hard and play hard. i really don't have any complaints. >> reporter: and police also plan to enforce parking restrictions in neighborhoods. they also will have extra patrols around this weekend. dawn? >> shawnette. thank you so much. well torque night police are investigating a disturbing crime in kensington. police say someone lit a man's body oh and fire on the 2100 block of east allegheny avenue. police found the man lying in a side driveway wedged between a metal finishing factory somebody railroad tracks. people who live in that area say drugs are notorious. and crime is getting worse. >> i'm scared for what happens in the future. i have three grandchildren. i can't move from the neighborhood to raise them. things like this is very very
disturbing. >> an autopsy is expected to be performed tomorrow. the victim has not yet been identified. turning to the investigation into last month's deadly nj transit train crash in hoboken, new jersey, is it some state law make upset tonight after only 1nj transit official showed up to legislative hearing about that crash. it turns out the rest of the agency's top brass were in a meeting with federal railroad regulators. the federal railroad administration says new jersey transit had told them that they had another meeting they certainly would have rescheduled. nj transit has not commented on the schedule lincoln flick. muggles of all shapes and sizes are invading chest in the nut hill this weekend. find out how you can get in on all the wizardry. are your children constantly on their cell phones or tablets. >> what researchers are learning about too much screen time. and a toddler out enjoying a camp fire with his dad is bitten by a rattle snake. what doctors say his dad did
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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.
fictional world from the popular series. thousands of people from all across the country and even farther are in town for the harry potter festival. fox 29's joanne pileggi takes us into the magical experience. >> reporter: chestnut hill was transformed into the wizardry and magic of hogs meet tonight and will be all day tomorrow. attracting thousands of harry potter fans from near and far. >> i love the whole stories report roar she's got serious harry potter proud excitement and enthusiasm and mary came all the way from vegas for this festival in chestnut hill. >> i'm just excited to see the costumes and everything and a part of a part of all that. >> reporter: unique crowd here for the sixth annual harry potter festival. where the teen hyped downtown is transformed into a mecca of harry potter everything. >> we're really lucky we live here because we're fans and this is just happening right in our backyard. but it's been wonderful to see because it's been growing every
year. >> i'm here for the excitement of harry potter and these different many shops that are super amaze and all these products that i can buy and i can improve my costume. >> reporter: business owners selling all things harry potter as the festival has grown each year. >> it became all harry potter because it simi had to with the crowds expected of 50,000, and it was just a matter of we had to give the merchandise needed. so it's styled by us and it's great. >> reporter: tonight a pub crawl for the over 21 crowd. iron hill brewery one of the stops. >> the town really embraced it. chestnut hill business association really embraced it and ever since iron hill has been here we've been trying to embrace it as well. >> reporter: six block connection section of germantown avenue will be closed to all but pedestrian traffic tomorrow for all of the games, fun, food and festivities of the festival. in chestnut hill, i'm joanne pileggi, fox 29 news. >> ours from company users are
helping us show you what's happening in your neighborhood. so chris, what exactly is going on tonight? >> well, dawn, we're able to see what fresco users are recorded all across the country. tonight we're getting up close look at a huge fire in california. this is auto recycling plant new ontario international airport. you can see the thick black smoke for miles. right now, firefighters are wo working to make sure winds don't send sparks flying around to ignite other buildings. so far no reports of injuries. dawn listen up you'll like this one newtown square a fun political event fresco user takes us to the wagon the vote event hosted by insurance company pet plan. guests got to vote on the next name for k9 partners for life's newest train service dog. the presidential inspired names get to choose from names like truman, adams, abigail and jackie. when you see news happening, make sure you take out your phone and shoot it. make sure you use the fresco app
to send it to our newsroom. >> dawn. you're right. i like that story, chris. in your health tonight, parents, listen up. if your children are too plugged in less likely to get their homework done. that's according to new research from brown university. researchers say the more time children devote to their smart phones, tablets and tv, well, the less likely they are to do their homework and other tasks. the team analyzed data on more than 60,000, six to 717 year olds. chocolate does have health benefits but evidence on eating it daily for health reasons, well that's not so clear. researchers reviewed date to at a from 19 controlled trials involving more than 1100 people about eating cocoa flavonoids a component of cocoa in chocolate. those who ate foods containing it compared to those who ate a placebo had lower levels of triglycerides which could potentially boost cardiovascular
health. bodies do a better job of controlling inflammation and blood sugar. these finings appear in the journal nutrition. >> texas toddler recovering after he was bitten by a rattle snake. doctors say what his parents did next most likely helped save that little boy's life. two-year-old parker has had very tough last few days. his family was enjoying some time on their property in grapevine a baby rattle snake bit the child. the family rushed parker to nearby hospital. within minutes they were being flown to children's medical center in dallas. five days in the hospital, 22 vials of anti venom and 28 screenings of sue copy ya later this brave little trooper is getting stronger. >> he was not tearful. he was not screaming. hurting, in pain, we are definitely very fortunate, very blessed to be where we are today. it could have been very different. >> lucky little boy. experts say wasn't of the most krill cal things that familiar dull was get a picture of the snake it helped the pros know
exactly how to treat that child. a new study finding that gender play as role when it comes to road rage. list stone this one. study by south korean automaker hyundai says female drivers are more likely to lose their cool behind the wheel than men. researchers say that's because women have an instinctive early warning system. they also say on average, women are 12% angrier than men when driving. your money tonight, more bad news for samsung. amtrak is now banning all samsung galaxy note seven smart phones on trains, stations, buses and platforms. that move comes after many airlines have already required people with the device to keep them powered off or just leave them home altogether. the railroad service says the device poses potentially serious safety risks. according to amtrak, attendants will randomly check passengers to see if they have the banned smart phones. sean brace here now with a preview of what's happening in sports.
sean? >> yeah, dawn, you would think that after the ray rice video and the trial of greg hardy last year the nfl would finally get the dough mystic violence is serious matter. coming up next actions tell us the nfl is still clue less. my commentary on giants kicker josh brown next. nearly three thousand miles - that's how far away
republican party bosses looked to find brian fitzpatrick. they "hand-picked" him to run for his brother's seat. but all mike and brian fitzpatrick share is a name. brian fitzpatrick supports a radical republican agenda, including defunding planned parenthood, just like donald trump. a hundred and sixty miles down the road in dc,
brian fitzpatrick will put his party first, not pennsylvania families. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. sean brace takes on the nfl's domestic violence policy in his commentary in 15 seconds. ♪ i'm sorry, but here we go again. the nfl has failed again with a dealing domestic violence by one of its own players. new york giants kicker josh brown was arrested back in may of 2015 on a domestic violence charge and only received a one-day suspension to start this
year. a suspension that fell into the category of violating the league's personal conduct policy despite the sheriffs office recommending the charges of two counts of fourth degree domestic assault. that's it. one game suspension. after some digging by a number of major news outlets it has been discovered that brown was physically violent with his now ex-wife molly brown more than 20 times over the years. something that makes you say, no way did anyone from the nfl or the new york giants know about brown's past history. only, would you would be wrong. in the most mind numbing turn in all of this, giants co owner said in radio interview yesterday that brown certainly "admit to do us that he abused his wife in the past". guess what the giants did? they gave brown a two-year crack this past april. good for $4 million. the nfl runs ads all day on sunday about enough is enough,
telling you that they care about domestic violence. only actions speak louder than words. how about this nfl? enough is enough. institute a zero tolerance policy no matter the gray area and start getting it right before most fans say, enough is enough with the nfl. dawn? >> all right, thank you sean. victoria beckham is expanding her fashion business by launch agnew line of target. she's been designing clothes for while this direction collection will be more affordable includes a children's line. the clothes will only be available at stores for one month. starting april 1st. actor bill murray makes a surprise visit to the white house press briefing room came deck out in a chicago cubs baseball hat and sweater today. murray showing he obviously is a big cubs fan. the cubs of course are one win away from their first world series appearance since 1945. murray went ton meet president barack obama the actor is in town to receive the mark twain
prize for american humor and he is a funny guy. well that will do it for us tonight at 11:00 o'clock. have fantastic night. more entertainment news straight ahead on fox 29 with tmz and dish nation and chasing news followed by the simpsons. we are back here at 7am for "good day philadelphia" weekend. you can get the latest weather and traffic updates all morning. are you back in the morning, scott. >> i am. tracking the cold. >> all right. >> have great night. thanks for watching. ♪
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