tv Good Day Philadelphia at 6A FOX October 26, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EDT
it is happening every single day. >> boy, emotional meeting to ends racism, and discrimination, in the lgbt community in philadelphia. people sound off big time about how they're treated in the city's gaybor hoons hood. changes they're calling for right now. you're fascinating what sex, and you don't care about public policy. that's what i get out of watching you tonight. >> a shouting match from prime time. the comment that set news gingrich off against megan kelly. >> plus, donald trump, takes on the vice president, listen to this, why donald trump says he would love the chance to fight joe biden. get ready to ramble. >> finally feeling like fall. there is a chill in the air this morning. you're going to feel it. sue is here to tell us where there are actually freeze warnings issued right now. >> freeze warnings? the big f word. good morning, october the 26, 2016.
seriously this may be the fastest month of my life. >> why is that? >> view even enjoy october? >> not real. >> i it is over. >> i missed it. the warm temperatures that we had, though. >> that's true. >> okay, here is sue. >> yes, every weekday last week, we were in the 80s, and you walk out the door today, and it is nothing but a distant memory. these are the areas with the freeze warning, purple, low temperatures, morning lows, meaning, current temperatures, below freezing, and then frost advisory right here with philadelphia, delco, and parts of montgomery bucks and mercer counties. wean with that, nice recovery with sunshine, so we give you seven out of ten, butts stop buddy ready for the sixers home opener tonight. temperatures in the 20's, 30's, and here at the airport, it is only 38 degrees.
sunrise time, 7:24. get to high of 53 degrees later on, at least plenty of sunshine, bob kelly, just to wait little while before it appears. >> you'll be so happy you spent extra couple of berks for the seat warmers. 6:02. seat warmer option this morning, be sure the kids are bundle up, it is cold start when you open up the front door. good morning, 422, the valley forge casino there, folks head in toward king of prussia. starting to see the first jam in our traffic cam. this is vine expressway, backed up here, this right lane, all trying to exit into 30th street. that's because of that one lane construction pattern, at the top of the hill there. hello to, remember, olga's diner? remember, used to sit right there. boom, that was the stop on the way to the shore. live look at route 70 and 73, coming in from south jersey construction crews working last night, the boulevard and levick, they left, but they left behind some of their construction equipment. so, there is no cross-traffic
on the boulevard at levick. so watch for delays up in northeast philadelphia. and a disable truck west on the schuylkill, blocking the right shoulder and part of the right lane at city avenue. mike and alex back to you. >> anybody see my bulldozer? >> now to this developing story out of burlington township. birmingham, sore. >> i investigators work to go determine how one person died, and late night house fire in chester count. >> i so lauren, at the scene right now, what are you seeing? >> i can tell this, mike, crews are up there, contractors, specifically working to board that home up. you can probably hear them nailing those boards to the front windows and doors left wide open after this fire here. >> few steps from the front door, no word if the detector was working properly when the fire started inside the home. also saw small pair of sneakers, at the front door, beyond that, everything inside the home charred, burned, and covered in black soot.
crease were on the scene around 11:30 last night, immediately they new to call in tanker to help battle the blaze here, the home sits in a very secluded and wooded area here, in chester county, the issue with that, no available fire hydrant. so crews got creative pretty quickly, and called in port a tank, which is sort of like kitty pool. the trucks dumped watt near it so fire fight kearse off load water to supply hose they ran up the driveway to that home. the coroner showed up here on the scene pretty quickly, we learned around 11:40 last night one victim discovered dead inside the home. still waiting ton official word. again, one person is dead. an investigation is underway. contractors are here working, mike, to secure this home here in chester count. >> i all right, nice job there, lauren, we will check back with you, for the third time in a week, vandalism, violence in center city philadelphia. what is going on around here? >> this time at an upscale clothing store.
>> talking about boyds. >> there was break-in at boyds, steve. >> smash and grab. what did they get? >> reporter: boyds story is the latest, look at the video, out here for about an hour, everywhere we looked, in every direction, every time we're on the air, cops are going by us, and it is different cops each time. so this tells you the cops are on their feet, all this because two consecutive -- this is after the bigger story in rittenhouse square last week, so we have cops on bikes, cops, suv's, cops in vans, cops in patrol cars, all over the streets of center city tonight. they're not going to have a third incident to make it three nights the boyds break-in happened early yesterday morning. that was 24 hours after the brass railing was stolen on broad street, from the union league. and that happened just four days after somebody was shot in prime time in rittenhouse square. that is a lot of crimes to
list, right in the past week alone, just within a four block radius. >> how long have you been here? >> five years. >> five years. do you feel like it has gotten worse the past five years? >> every day, honestly i car a gun have, to pull my gun already twice, people literally name when was inside the store to rob. >> this is how the year started if you have short memoriesment look, right around the corner from where we are, 17th and walnut. here is a still unsolved crime. you got to wonder are these the people that pulled the boyds heist, because they got away with the heist at vince clothing and other expensive retail clothing outlets, 12 grand in clothes stolen. this is 5:00 in the morning on saturday. same deal. they smashed the display window. two men and women went in, they obviously new where to go, in and out in a minute. then still unsolved. this happened just five days after century 21 display
window at eighth and market right down the street and around the corner from the police headquarters building, again, 4:47 a.m. century 21 loses two grand in clothing in expensive things. chris fox will pick up his tripod, walk toward where i am, because next-door, to the boyds windows that aren't protected, you'll see chains across the windows, in that display window. you will expect to see things like that in every display window in center sit if i they don't have them already. and you see, bling on the right of boyds, also, with the chains, but we've seen those broke mean, too. so, a lot of break-in's in center city which is strange, because even before all of these break-in's, you see cops, cabbies, septa bus drivers, going down these street. so, you got to really have guts to pull anything off in these center city streets. and also not going to pull a lot of exposure, alex, mike, do this within a minute. these people are getting good at this.
they've been doing it regularly, not getting caught. by the way in 2009, you might be thinking, wasn't something at boyds before. they daytime smash and grab. guys went in there during daylight business hours, smashed the display case, for a jewelry store in there, stole bunch of watches, which was the most shocking boyds crime ever here, and mike, you may not remember this, but when was a kid, first time i went to boyds when sunny hill was the spokesman, they were on market street, and great location, even parking across the street because they got moved out to make way for the expansion of the convention center around 11th and 12th and market, where boyds was, so for here it, has been bad luck ever since they got here seems. >> well, i never new that. >> i didn't either. >> then joan chef moved from what walnut st. >> right across from boyds. >> that's right. >> yes. chestnut certainly changing over the years.
coming up on 6:09. >> with less than two weeks to election day, tim kaine set to campaign in the lehigh valley and bucks county today. >> this afternoon he'll be stopping at bunks county community college. and you will also be speaking at muhlenberg college later this evening. >> meanwhile, donald trump and hillary clinton both spending lot of time in florida, that big time swing state. >> clinton slight lied in the sunshine stayed. once again, trump firing back at vice president joe biden, for criticizing his remarks, about women. joe biden said he wished he could, quote unquote, take trump behind the gym. uh-huh. to settle things. like an old high school fight. now, listen to donald trump's response. >> you know what he's mr. tough guy when he is standing behind a microphone by himself. he want to bring me to the
back of the barn. oh, if i said that, they would say he's violent, how could he have done that? >> has he mentioned trump has lead over clinton, something that clinton is not taking for granted. >> feel good. but boy i am not taking anything for granted. >> latino voters are turning out unprecedented numbers to the polls. 99% increase from the same point in 2012. >> how about this? hillary clinton got a big endorsement, picks up endorsement from republican and former secretary of state, colin powell. he says he's voting for hillary clinton. the retired four star army general told the crowd at a luncheon in new york city that donald trump would take the country back 50 years if he is elected. some heated words from members of the lgbt community here in philadelphia. they say they're being discriminated against. and have had enough of this.
the change they're pushing for from the city. they say, they're not get into these clubs in the gaybor hood. >> prime time shouting match. comment that sparked heated exchange. between fox news' megan kelly and trump advisor, newt gingrich. >> oh, finger pointing. gay bore hood. owe became a care. obama care.
in the gayborhood. >> it is happening every single day. >> hundreds of people packed a large conference room and two overflow rooms to share their own personal experiences racial dis nation, thrust into the spotlight after eye candy club caught on tape repeatedly using racial slur against african-americans. even though it is a three year old video, just surfaced. mayor jim kenney says listening is the most important thing that we can do. >> it is sad. it makes your heart break. and you realize when you are in a position to change it, it is your responsibility to help change t but it is unprecedented for this to be happening for the philadelphia commission on human relations to hold an actual hearing, for us to express these stories, these very, very personal stories. >> the philadelphia commission of human resources says it will review last night's testimony, and then issue a report with recommendations on how the community can do better. mayor kenney says the sitly take hard look at the report, once it is complete. we'll have someone in from
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>> in case you couldn't hear us yesterday, we warned you about the warning, freeze warning in effect for pretty much all of the suburbs, new castle county delaware, frost advisory here in the philadelphia area. but it is still really cold. it is the coldest morning of the season so far. 38 degrees in philadelphia. 32 degrees in wilmington. below freezing in lancaster and reading. only 29 degrees in pottstown, 26 degrees in mount pocono. down in south jersey, woodbine, 33 degrees. we've mays landing only 27 degrees, 31 in medford lakes. twenty-nine pottstown, 31 allentown, you get the idea. it is cold. but it is not going to stay this cold. because we have a warmfront headed our way tomorrow. clouds during the day
thursday, few flurries in the morning in the mountains, rain later in the day maybe by 5:00, 6:00 rain moving into the area, that's thursday, at least only rain. 53 degrees today. the rain, again, late in the day, on thursday. by friday, it is windy, but sunny, high of 57 degrees. and then, milder temperatures for the last weekend of october. more seasonable temperatures, we should say, kind of around where we should be this time of year. so, mix of clouds, sun saturday. little bit milder sunday. so far so good for halloween. bob kelly? >> oh, you'll be in for a treat when you sit down on the leather seats in the car this morning. oh, it is cold. 6:18. good morning, everybody, live look here, definately giving the seat warmers work out this morning, as you head south on 95, heavy already, from academy, in toward cottman, in through the construction zone. live look at center city philadelphia, something going on top of the 30th street off ramp.
because we are bumper to bumper here already. usually it is a tight squeeze, but then get truck or two that double parks at the top of the ramps there. so, folks crossing town, trying to get into 30th street, watch for delays, we are getting word after accident on the new jersey turnpike. south right before the delaware memorial bridge toll plaza, now, here is the toll plaza here, we try to see if we can spin the camera around. oops, in the background here? got the blinking lights. so again south, on the new jersey turnpike, right before the delaware memorial bridge. this is e-zpass lanes here. so watch for an accident, if you are headed south, maybe use 295 as the alternate. and little snafu with the work crew all pack up, headed home, left construction equipment in the middle of the boulevard at levick. so no cross-traffic in northeast philly right now, they're trying to get the equipment hooked up to a flatbed, or something, to pull it out of there. so expect delays in northeast philadelphia. disable west on the schuylkill expressway. right near city avenue.
kind of just hugging that right lana little bit. so look out. and there is no overhead lights on the schuylkill between montgomery, and girard avenue. but mass transit looking good. mike and alex back to you. >> 6:20 now. now to wild exchange -- exchange. two got into heated argument about the media's coverage of donald trump. so allegations. take a listen to what happened in prime time last night. >> donald trump had a rough time -- >> if trump is a sexual preditor. >> he is not a sexual preditor. >> that's your opinion. >> can you not defends that statement. >> i am -- >> i am sick of people like you using language that's inflammatory, that's not true. >> excuse me, mr. speaker. >> donald -- >> you have no idea whether it is true or not. >> you are fascinated with sex. and you don't care about public policy. >> me? >> that's what i get out of watching you tonight. >> you know what? mr. speaker, i'm not fascinated by sex. but i am fascinated by the protection of women and
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down three-zero, they came all the way back to tie the game and force a shoot-out and end that shoot-out. jake voracek getting it done. the flyers win four to three. now to the world series, both the cubs and the indians trying to end big drought. i mean, over 50 year drought. >> providing some insurance runs, cleveland wins six-zip. takes a one-zero. that's sports in a minute. i'm sean bell. >> opening night for the 6ers, the team mr. play its first regular season game versus oklahoma thunder at 8:00. all eyes will be on the sixers big man, joel embiid. the number three overall pick in the 2014 draft. he'll make his debut after missing his first two seasons with injuries. dario, forward, who came over from europe, will also make his debut tonight. but those guys, without several teammates, noel, ben
sill ons, all injured to start the season, but ers scott o'neil will be on good day, talk about the upcoming season, what can key expect, and what's one all of these injuries? what are we going to do? >> the nba kick off last night with defending champions blowing out the nicks. labron james, the cleveland cavaliers, dominating this one. labron finished with a triple double. and the cavaliers went onto win, 117-88, looks like the nicks sting again. all right. what is going on in center city? if you have been driving around the last couple of mornings, especially really early, like 4:00, 5:00, 6:00 in the morning, police cars going back and forth, criss-crossing center city, because of stuff lining this, it happened while were you asleep. how the police are trying to fight back. >> plus a person dead after historic home goes up in flames overnight. what investigators in chester
after a string of violent crimes there, what police are doing to change, i'm talking about center city philadelphia. >> plus, could justin timberlake be going to jail? how this self key have him in some trouble. could it be you next? >> deli voting in tennessee. >> going to jail. >> how a lot of people are feeling going into the voting booth? >> good day, wednesday, october the 26th. hey, sue? >> hope you remembered to get that warm coat out of the dry cleaners. >> i did. >> because you're going to need it today. here is the freeze warning, in effect for the purple areas. and then, as we zoom into the metro area, it is a frost advisory, other blew freezing, right around freezing, either way cold. nice warm coat, philadelphia union, they start the playoffs tonight in toronto, so we put that there.
sixers start home season tonight, temperatures 20's, 30's, frosty start, only at 38 degrees at the airport with 5-mile per hour wind out of the north-northwest. sunrise at 7:24. here are women temperatures, 26 degrees mount pocono, 30 reading and lancaster, 30 in millville as well. thirty-two in wilmington. so that's what's waiting for you as you walk out the door it morning. plenty of sunshine though. don't forget the shades. it will be very bright today. it will get us into the lower 50's, which is still below average for this time of year. but nice recovery on the way this weekend, we will talk all about it in the seven day forecast, coming up, bob kelly? >> see a loft people moving and dancing on the bus corn they are morning just to stay warm. definitely chilly out there. 6:31, and what's that say? 38 degrees here in philly. accident, passyunk avenue, leaving south philadelphia. so, look out, jammed up on the vine street expressway, folks on the right here, all lined up from broad, all trying to get off for the ramp to
30th street station. maybe if you are leaving center city, use the market street bridge to get over to 30th street. accident on the new jersey turnpike, right here if the background, it is southbound right before the delaware memorial bridge toll plaza. got some downed wires, flourtown road and stenton avenue. so some local de tours in the neighborhood. detours we hit this last night, right at 13th, between 13th and broad. a lot of detours folks going around the block there throughout the midday back to youing. >> look for police officer? head over to rid rittenhouse square that part every center city. >> heavy police presence after a string of recent crimes in center sit has a lot of people concerned. >> and, steve's seen the cars go by. hey, steve? >> well, mike, you know how we do these tire slashing stories all the time? this whole crime wave in center city, just this month, started right near city hall. and the cops actually caught a guy in the act of slashing the tires of 16 vehicles,
including, five city owned vehicles, at city hall. but look at our video that we shot this morning since we've been at boyds. you'll see cops everywhere, just saw bike patrol cop going by city hall another bike patrol cop on the other received street. cops every philly police vehicle all over sent ever city, not going to allow a third overnight brazen crime that happened after the previous two night. first video we have after the police video look whole lot different this time yesterday. then how bad does it look over on broad street? very embarrassing scene outside the union league where somebody got away somehow ripping the brass railing down walking away with long piece of brass in the middle of the night right at broad street right next to the ritz carlton, down the street from city hall. >> this occurs days after that prime time shooting right in
rittenhouse square, which caused big meeting monday night. we were out here yesterday, talking to some people, and they're like hey, no surprise, center city has been going downhill crime wise for awhile. >> going back to the town watch program. >> i mean, not necessarily the crime, may not be able to do it, but that you can, it is absolutely fabulous, and as you know, it is very effective. what people see, people can sock in their neighborhoods, irrespective where the neighborhood; it is absolutely tremendous. >> well, back in february, two brazen smash and grabs in center city started this whole wave of this kind of crime. one of them, 17th and without null, vince clothing, another expensive retailer, 12 grand in clothes stolen at 5:00 the two guys and a woman smash a
window, go into the store, and know what they're taking and get away with it, they were never caught. you have to wonder were these the people that thought of the boyds things since they got a which with this one, that happens days after century 21 window was smashed right at eighth and market. right down the street from our station, at 5:00 in the morning as we are being to go on the weekends good day. right around the corner from police headquarters and i talked to a guy that was repairing that window. two grand in merchandise stolen, eight grand the cost to replace the window, and boyds window is even bigger than century 21's so the loss just isn't into the stuff they took, but getting the window replaced and fixed into the thousands, as well. >> boyds $2,000, what did they steel a tie? that was cynical, it was cynical. here is another cynical thing steve real quickly here. so you got some smash and grabs in center city, rittenhouse, horrible shooting therement and quickly we have a commission put together to discuss it.
that's the cynic would say, where these commissions and the other more violent part of the city. >> but boyds, something goes on in center city, oh, boyds window smashed. which is a bad thing. let's have a commission put together immediately and then even the commission shows up. maybe i'm just cranky today. 63:00. story out of birmingham township. investigators work to go determine how one person died in a late night house fire. this is in chester county. >> that's where lauren johnson is now. with the latest, lauren? >> contract took work, owning p home to try to get it up and secured, nearly seven hours after this fire last night, we shot some video shortly after crews cleared the scene here, smoke detector spotted sitting right on top of trash bin, just few feet away from the front door of the home. no word if that detector was working properly, when the fire started, in the home late last night. we also noticed pair of sneakers at the front door of
the home. not sure if that meant somebody was trying to get out. beyond that, everything in the home charred and burned. crews were on scene around 11:30 last night. they new immediately that they had to call in a tanker to help battle this blaze. this home sit on burlington road in a very secluded and wooded area, the issue with that, is that there are no available hydrant in this area. so, crews got creative. they called in port a tank. and you can think of it as a sort of kitty pool. the trucks dumped water into it so they could off load water into supply line. now, the corp. nerve did show up on scene, pretty quickly last night. around 11:40, we learned one victim was discovered dead inside the home. and we are awaiting on an official word about that victim. so, again, one person dead. and an investigation is underway, and contractors are working to secure this home, so family members can come get what was left of what happened here inside, mike anal next. >> horrible. 6:37.
>> racism in philadelphia's lgbt community, with the topic big time after hearing last night, before the philadelphia commission on human relations, hundreds of people packed a large conference room and two overflow rooms to share their own personal experiences with racial discrimination. the issue was thrust into the spotlight in september, after the owner of eye candy club in the gayborhood was caught on tape repeatedly using the "n" word. now, it happened three years ago, but it just surfaced. the owners of bars and restaurants in the city's gayborhood were subpoenaed to attends this meeting, and smith their anti-discrimination andres code plans. as the public expressed their concerns. >> there was nothing that the owner of eye canned can i do, say or do to me. >> happened every single day. and to have to confront this, again in my life, when i've
been through the dog biting -- when i lived through the bathrooms, gag, i don't want to see it again. >> what a comment. mayor jim kenney was there, he says the commission will issue a report based on last night's meeting, and his office will take a serious lock at the recommendations they have made. >> 67:00 -- 6:39. hillary clinton leading in majority of the polls. donald trump is not backing down. confident that he's on his own trail to the white house. karen, what's the latest? >> certainly will wind up pennsylvania avenue, big hotel opening, which is happening today. donald also making sure he can do all he can to rally voters in the miss one state of florida, and close there, campaigning in florida yesterday. he seized on the news that obamacare premiums are going up next year. trump blasted clinton on healthcare, and newspaper report about those new premiums, that will be much higher, and he said he would get rid of the whole thing.
>> 25% average they know that's not true. you'll have 60, 70, 80, 90% increases in obamacare. repealing obamacare and stopping hillary's healthcare take-over. is one of the single most important reasons that we must win on november 8th. >> trump also expected to make a visit to washington dc, for that official opening of his hotel on pennsylvania avenue, which will be just a few blocks away from the white house. in the meantime, hillary clinton is also campaigning very hard in florida. not taking his slight lead therefore granted. she returned there, in this ongoing effort to reach out to hispanics, who are making up 27% of all of the voters there. and of course, their early voting began on monday, in florida. >> in america we don't say we're going to keep you in suspense about whether we will
respect the outcome after election. we have free and fair elections, and the peaceful transfer of power, that is one thing that makes america great. >> wikileaks dumps some more emails which are interesting when it comes to racial issues, maybe quotas had been used to help with diversity. hillary clinton also pick up endorsement from really big name republican former secretary every state, colin powell, says he'll be voting for hillary clinton, he's with her apparently. >> 6:41. >> to now famous selfie by justin timberlake break the rules there is one here? how is this selfie could have the entertainer in trouble. >> i think he should be thrown in the slammer.
>> 6:44, good morning, lots going on right here, here is a live look, new jersey, northbound lanes of 295, accident, in the construction zone, right at route 30. it is actually the same spot we had a major pile-up, last week, bottom line, north 295, only one lane open here at route 30, so this will tie traffic rolling back up onto the 42 freeway. so if you are getting ready to leave the house in south jersey, again, north 295, there is the freeway, bamm, there is route 30, the white horse pike, where we only had the right lane getting on through, westbound schuylkill, accident, at passyunk avenue,
in south philadelphia. downed wires, along flourtown road, and stenton avenue. with some local detours. south on the new jersey turnpike, an accident, right near the delaware memorial bridge, it is actually right before the delaware memorial bridge toll plaza. so if you are headed south, heading for the bridge, head for 295. that's going to be your best bet. and boy, here is a live look right now. this is an accident, right at broad street. and i-95. just outside of the navy yard, business complex there. the stadium complex in south philadelphia. and we are jammo, on the vine street expressway, westbound, from broad street, pretty much all the way over toward 30th street station. there goes rescue squad. maybe going to one of the accident i just showed you thereon 95. rough go construction, mass transit so far so good. you are in for a surprise, when you open up that front door this morning, sue will
give you little hint coming up in 15 seconds. >> even when you know it is coming, it is shock walking out the door. some places in the 20 #'s, freeze warning in effect, most of the outlying areas, in the city frost advisory, same for southern delaware. here is some of the numbers we're talking about. 38 degrees in philadelphia. below freezing at atlantic city international. thirty-one also in allentown. little further north, we've got pottstown, 29, 26 in mount pocono, 30 degrees in reading levittown 3 degrees down in millville, 30 degrees lewes delaware, 37. high pressure is our weather maker today, so we have plenty of sunshine, but here comes
tomorrow system. for us it is afternoon rain early in the morning, few flurries in the pocono mountains just to shock you even further. there is the timing, about 7:00, 8:00 in the morning, maybe mix of precipitation, very light, not big deal. for the rest every us rain rolling in maybe 6:00, 78:00 in the evening, raining through into the night and gone by tomorrow morning. so that's the deal with that. >> winnie pretty nice looking friday, then miler temperatures, or more seasonable temperatures, over the weekend, in the 60s, and the important forecast of course, mike and alex, is for halloween, don't want it to rain, don't want it too coal. have to put parka over our costume, looks like we're doing okay with both of those things.
>> did you answer no when i asked this question? three, two, one. >> is justin timberlake going to jail? >> no. >> but that is the big question after they posted valid selfie, went into the voting booth, early voting in tennessee, and snapped off a selfie and put it on instagram. >> he said he flew flew to rock the volt, had no good excuses, people, early voting in your town too. if not november 8th, choose to have a voice. if you don't then we can't hear you. get out and vote. so he had good intentions, but, it is illegal to take a selfie while voting, district attorney says there will be no one investigating this matter. >> they've more important things to do. >> maybe the question should be, could justin timberlake go to jail for this? yes but no. >> as for the laws in our
area, in case you are thinking about doing this, in delaware, cell phones not allowed in voting booths. >> and in pennsylvania, it is unclear, but law prohibit someone from revealing their best. in new jersey, pending measure would allow them to take while in the voting booth, also share it on social media. >> let's clear that up then. i mean, how could it be unclear if the state of pennsylvania? so could you put it on twitter? >> or even with, that i want to know, has anyone ever been arrested for taking a photo in a voting booth? >> i would doubt that. >> even though, still follow the laws. still, out of curiosity? >> could you see who justin voted for? >> i don't know, i can't. >> let's zoom in. >> now that you can do it on instagram. put the photo down so we can go back and look. >> well, did you see him? not him. but did you see prince albert
of monaco? hi, good to see you, i bought that house, what he is saying. philadelphia gets the royal visit. prince monaco came to town to check out the house where his mother, actress grace kelly, grew up. and in east falls. prince albert, the second, recently bought that house. he spent about an hour touring it yesterday, not only grace kelly race in the that house, but she also accepted a marriage proposal from prince albert's daddy, prince ran ear, the third. >> the prince bought the six-bedroom house for about 750 thought. he visited the home, to brain storm ideas about what should we do with it. boy, they should put that on the tv show where you do the fixer-upper thing. they can come in, fix it. it up. >> do you think they'll make -- they probably don't have some of the items when they were growing up.
>> i doubt the neighbors would want a museum on that street. >> all of the traffic? >> oh, ya. >> well, from one kelly to another kelly. and she is kind of a princess herself. megan kelly, and newt gingrich, got heated last night. hear the moment megan told the former speaker of the house to work on his anger issues. yikes. >> what are you doing this weekend? why don't you have some halloween fun? bring some kids in the halloween custom, event in the parking lot at the depford mall, september 29th, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. they will he and able to innings more the truck see but never usually trump. ride hey ride and trick-or-treat. kids are free, and the send benefit the veterans multi service center.
know but you don't know. here it is. >> ♪ >> do you write down the words in the nude yo ra, ra, ma, ma. >> then do you show someone the lyrics and at the go, uh, right. >> they don't get to see that. >> it is romance, it is ro, ro. >> oh, hang on. >> it is the fun -- >> oh, r -- romance,. >> like the beginning of romance. >> oh, i see, you're saying romance, oo-lala. >> yament. >> did you know that. >> snow. >> i don't know that either. >> so it is the word romance? >> i thought she was saying rah, like a cheerleader, rah, rah. >> but it is roman.
>> she doesn't say that normally talking in conversations. >> no, but that's being an artist. >> well, ga, ga, ga. >> also revealed she only recently got her drivers license, and owns over 400 pieces of michael jackson's clothing. >> lady gaga released 4cd last week titled joanne. now, i would like to know with she called it joanne, is that her mother's name? sue? >> her real name. >> i think her restaurant is name off her, too. >> joanne. >> it might be her aunt. >> okay, joanne is her middle name. >> but i believe it is after her aunt. >> name after her aunty. >> it is also my younger sister's name, joanne.
>> joanne. okay. >> who is not to say it is my sister, my sister, lovely woman. lives in martinsville, virginia, they.before 7:00 this morning, and that's, whoosh. >> what? >> eesh, not much after town. anyway, we have time. they have a race track there. it is really small. >> well, there cents is something. >> yes. >> all right, steve keel any center city. steve? >> mark, we got the story after bad romance, as well. between criminals, and center city.
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>> robbery of luckily department store, only the latest, in a string of crimes. >> rittenhouse square, how police are vowing to keep the area safe. >> i have to confront this again in my life, when i went through the dog biting, when i lived through the bathrooms, i gag if i have to see it again. >> barone ers, coming together, after the most recent allegations of racial discrimination in the city's gayborhood. plus meeting overflowing with concerned resident.