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you get sneaky-good coverage. thanks. we're gonna live forever! >> joe: cubs jumped on top in the first inning, added to it in the third. three more in the fifth. lead 5-0. it's 5-1. trying to even the series had a game apiece. rain picks up a little bit as we going to the bottom of the ninth inning. rajai davis first up. then coco crisp and brandon
guyer against aroldis chapman, who struck a ramirez to end the eighth. ball one up. 102. >> john: what could have been. when this game started for the cubs, getting the run in the first inning. some four hours ago and hitting the wrong cutoff guy, allowed because becomes to get on the scoreboard with bryant rounding third. you and i both thought, no chance. maybe at the plate. have the right cutoff man been hit. had a lot of chances to score more. credit the cleveland pitchers. >> joe: there's a strike. meanwhile, it's been area to. 5 2/3. one run, two hits. took until the sixth inning for
the indians to get their first hit. montgomery was terrific. two innings, no runs, two hits. for strike us. and now chapman. rajai davis on 2-1. chase did. 2-2. >> john: i can only imagine. as a hitter, used it yourself -- tell yourself stay down, stay down. and then the pitch belt high or above and you think you've got a chance. >> joe: davis 0 for 1. 0 for 2. one away in the ninth. and chapman will deal with coco crisp. 0 for 3. >> joe: both of these guys were in tandem with yankees.
traditional style. chapman pretty much one inning at a time. now miller, they've been separated. compete here in the world series. miller can do a little bit more. the indians have used him unconventionally. still a closer but pitching in a different situation. >> joe: strike one. 102 into crisp. pitch cast powered by mlb advanced media. pitch cast gave you a look at the 100 to pitch to and they at-bat for davis. strike two for crisp. >> john: oh. 89-mile an hour slider. that's not fair.
games, it's going to come down to a one run. somebody has to close the game out. so far, it's been a little breathing room for both teams. >> joe: on friday night, a matchup of josh tomlin, the right-hander, against kyle hendricks. lights out in game 6 of the nlcs and a big challenge for josh tomlin. hendricks at home 10-3, including the postseason with a 1.37 e.r.a. terry word on the right, john cusack on the left. trying to get their own video of the cubs first world series win since 1945. cleveland trying to win a game started by somebody other than kluber. they got a kluber
the advantage going and will be with the cubs and kyle hendricks. here comes the 2-1 pitch to guyer. 3-1. >> john: he may look timid and scared, but he's not. hendricks. he just has a quiet heartbeat and he is a student of the game and certainly has had an unbelievable year. >> joe: two-out walk. game 2 continues. the number nine hitter, roberto perez. cleveland needs two more base runners to have a chance. roberto perez drew a walk back in the seventh inning. that was against montgomery.
0 for 2 against arrieta. trying to extend this game for terry francona, who is in danger of suffering his first loss as a manager in a world series. perez, runner goes. no throw. >> john: last minute had to get out of the way. anticipating what was not going to happen. a throw down. you can't tell contreras that. he wants to show off his gun anytime he can. >> joe: fielder's choice. no stolen bases given to guyer. the pitch was a strike to perez.
the 0-1. that took every inch of willson contreras to corral that. 102. the reaction time of that. that pitch might have taken him back to the backstop. here's the 1-1. >> john: contreras wants to talk again. chapman doesn't want to. chapman saying okay, kid. get back there. i've got it. >> joe: javier baez comes in.
he had to come in a long way. he's about 75 feet away. he's way out in shallow right. >> john: that's energy. >> joe: time called. >> john: time called. i think we have set the all-time world series record. it's unofficial. >> joe: popped up, right side. rizzo will watch it go into the seats. cleveland down to their final strike. with a count of 3-2. javier baez is one hundred
eighty two feet from home plate. >> john: he is just having fun. >> joe: you know how chapman wants to end this. with a punch out. you know what roberto perez wants to do? extended and give these fans that have watched through a cold night here in cleveland some hope. chapman. ground ball to short. addison russell. the cubs have event the series. 5-1 win in a four hour, four minute game. the arrieta beats bauer and thes beat the indians. >> john: it's going to be a good one, the next three days. day off tomorrow.
>> joe: chapman goes an inning and a third. two strikeouts, one walk. indians strand eight, the cubs stranded 13 runners on tonight. behind jake arrieta, the reigning cy young award winner. they got the early lead. they added to it. and they have event the series by splitting here in cleveland. friday night, wrigley field and can't wait. jake arrieta wins his first game of this postseason. and the second of his postseason career, and with that, we will go to tom verducci. speak of thanks, joe. kyle schwarber, two days ago, you are playing in the arizona fall league. you have not seen major league pitching in 200 days. now you are in the world series. three hits in seven at-bats, two
rbis tonight. can you please tell me how that's possible? >> you live for this moment. this is the moment you want to be in. this is the ultimate goal, the world series. to win at all. a lot of emotions going into it. a lot of adrenaline. you just try to put yourself in the best situation every at-bat and just go from there. >> tom: the offensive approach tonight after getting shut out. cubs get eight walks, 37 foul balls, 22 of those on two strike counts. how good was the approach tonight against cleveland pitching? >> it was great. like we said, we ran into a good pitcher yesterday and today we wanted to stay with our approach. we put in great at-bat yesterday, great at-bats today. the results were in our favor. >> tom: friday night, wrigley field will host its first world series game since 1945. you know national league rules, no dh. will you be able to play in the
field? do you expect to be in the starting lineup friday night? >> i don't know. we are going to take it day by day and see where it takes us. >> tom: do you feel like physically you would be able to do it? >> i don't know. i haven't tried it. i might try it and see what happens and we'll go from there. >> tom: we will be watching. thank you. congratulations. >> joe: he's a great kid. it's a great story. he was right there front and center tonight for the chicago comes. he came up with rbi hits in the third and fifth. jake arrieta gets postseason win number three in his career. he had one in the wild card game last year, one against st. louis in the division series, was winless in the nlcs, winless this postseason. the reaction from murphy's bleachers in chicago where they are packed in, it got to be thrilled. series is tied at one game apiece. cleveland won last night.
final of 6-0. chicago tonight 5-1. to wrigley we go. to kevin burkhardt and the guys we take you now. >> kevin: thanks very much. welcome to the postgame show. frank thomas, pete rose, alex rodriguez. we have a lot to do coming up. more reaction from the field of this cubs victory to get back in this world series and tie things up at 1. will come back with that, analyze this game. kyle schwarber, jake arrieta. what can you say? the cubs came here to do what they had to do. take one of two. they go home to wrigley on friday night and we've got ourselves a world series tied a. cubs win came 2 in cleveland. back in a moment to talk about it.
>> kevin: welcome to the postgame show presented by "lethal weapon." cubs take game number 25-1 over the indians. we've got a world series all tied up at one game apiece. a reminder, for continuing coverage, turn to fs1 right now. we will be there in just a moment. kyle schwarber has turned into willis reed. he is back and dominating. it's impressive. >> frank: amazing. two big hits, two rbis. runs scored. amazing. that's all i can say. amazing. >> joe: it's impressive, right, pete? >> pete: star in the world series. that's amazing.
>> alex: he is a difference maker. he brings swagger, body language. watching him tonight, he looks like their most dangerous and best hitter. >> kevin: he does. you have to look at what schwarber did. a double yesterday, drew a walk. a couple good at-bats against miller and tonight, two more hits. he drove in two. it's incredible what he's doing. you heard tom verducci ask at the end of the game. he spent cleared to play and played dh and pinch-hit, run. is he going to be in the field? is he going to be able to play in the field? joe maddon is going to want to try to play him. >> alex: i don't see how the cubs and joe joe maddon. let jason heyward finish. you are rolling the dice and what you're hoping for is that kyle hendricks, only given up
five home runs at home. let him go home -- >> pete: i can't believe he came from arizona i never took any fly balls. what did he do? stay in the batting cage >> kevin: he got cleared like 10 minutes ago. >> frank: i understand how important the bat is but i don't see him going to left field on friday. you come back from an injury like that, the worst thing he can do is try to move left or right. i don't see him playing but he will be ready for a big offensive situation late in the ball game. >> alex: i would put him in left field. play on the track, don't dive, don't slide. those would be my marching orders. >> frank: i understand that but it's very dangerous. it's the world series. it's a big ball game.
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thanks to jamila the not one who was originally set to serenade the crowd and they're in lies the controversy that is lighting up social media right now. good evening, i'm lucy noland. >> i'm iain page. the originally scheduled singer tweeted that she was yanked from the program because of something written on her shirt. let's get over to sean bell for what happened. sean. >> iain the national anthem want people should or should not do during it is always a hot topic now days. today singer seventh street was supposed to zinc the national anthem but sixers did not allow her to because she wore a we matter jersey so right after she went straight to twitter. >> i'm at the 76ers game to zinc the national anthem and the organization is telling me i can't because i'm wearing a we matters jersey. >> the sixers issued this statement the philadelphia 76ers organization encourages meaningful actions to drive social change. we use our games to bring people together, to build trust and to
strengthen our communities. as we move from symbolic gestures to actions, we will continue to leverage our platform to positively impact our community ". >> that statement basically means nothing. they didn't answer, clarify or shed any light on the situation and really created more of a problem by not letting her sing this anthem. sixers really drop the ball on this one and they even get some backlash from the players on this. lucy. >> sean bell's opinion there. the conversation over this is just beginning, of course, went will continue to follow it on air and online. go to fox 29.com fort breaking details. developing to night a shocking arrest unsettling questions. this part-time villanova student under arrest accused of of recording people during some of their most private moments in rooms, on campus and elsewhere. >> those are not the only accusations things only get more disturbing from there. as details continue to come n authorities are worried more victims are out there. >> chris o'connell has got the
story from villanova. >> reporter: villanova university tonight trying to figure out how many student victims may have been video taped without their knowledge inside a university restroom stall. as a 19-year-old suspect remains out on bail, some of these students wondering if they were victims themselves. >> everyone is disgusted and disturbed. >> reporter: 19-year-old vip sent cane of broomall are a revved on child porn, sex abuse and a host of other charges. police say the part-time villanova student secretly video recorded men and women at public bathrooms here on campus and across delaware county for the past two years. on his devices investigators found a trophy of more than 80,000 pictures and videos. some of them included toddlers having sex with an adult man. also, found, secret up skirt videos taken of women customers inside this broomall cvs store where cane work the register. >> he would play the phone
underneath where the candy typically is stored very hard to see. but the camera would be able then to be focused on ladies that were wearing skirts. >> reporter: more than 30 student victims are believed to be at villanova. hidden camera videos came from a third floor single stall bathroom inside of toll len teen hall from april until september of this year. they also found two-year-old hidden camera videos from inside bathrooms at cardinal o'hara high school. no one answered at cane's broomall home but young man was seen closing the bedroom shades. grad student vanessa used the same villanova bathroom last summer. >> to meets really shocking because i think the bathroom no matter what is supposed to be something really personal. it's really scary for us girls, you know, to have our privacy out there even just hope i'm not one of those pictures. >> reporter: villanova university asking students to come forward if they think they've been victimized. in the meantime, cane will undergo a psychological review.
he's been banned from campus and ordered to stay away from all children. he's free tonight after his parents posted his $5,000 bail. in villanova, chris o'connell fox 29 news. >> 16 year old boy recovering after someone stabbed him in northeast philadelphia. skyfox was over the scene just after it happened on the 9400 block of fair green lane much police say the boy was inside a house when someone stabbed him in the side. right now he's in stable condition. so far there have been no arrests. breaking right now philadelphia police have arrested the man they say destroyed the stairs outside the union league in center city. police took 50-year-old original phillips into cut deem officers say he stole the brass railing from that iconic building causing the stairway to collapse on monday. damage estimated at $100,000. there's no word yet where police found phillips. on yao radar tonight getting out there. temperatures will boomerang into
the other direction. meteorologist kathy orr is here with a look what's ahead. at least your dress is red hot. >> it's chilly out there. we are talking about precipitation moving in and it's cold enough to see a wintry mick in the poconos. now right now you see some white on the doppler radar screen. you haven't seen that in very long time. maybe a loft some snowflakes but generally a wintry mix and because of this, we do have a freezing rain advisory fort poconos. right now it is 34 in the poconos. 44 in allentown the same in pottstown. 50 in wilmington 45 in millville and even cold down the shore in atlantic city 44. the rain will be returning. you can see this icy mix moving in right through the morning hours. through the poconos. allentown seeing some rain. maybe a little mix mixing in there as well, and then the thrust of showers moves in during the dinner hour north and west along the i-95 corridor and then through the evening. we're not expecting a lot of rain, but we'll have rain and then we'll be seeing some win. here's a look at the freezing
rain advisory for the poconos this is for the morning hours talking about thursday from about 2:00 a.m. till about 11am when temperatures warm above freezing. so it will be slick in the poconos in the morning. gusty winds will follow a brief warmup and of course the all important halloween forecast it's around the corner. i'll see you laterred in broadcast for the seven day. >> kathy, thanks. happening now, the search for a man wanted in violent robbery. try to imagine you're the guy whose face is blurred in this video. a gun to your head wondering if these are your final moments. security cameras caught the terrifying moments as they unfolded inside a deli in the city's carol park neighborhood. >> that gunman is still out there tonight night. fox 29's sabina kuriakose has the heart pounding video and the latest on the manhunt. >> how else to describe the first person viewed this surveillance video gives us of the seconds in which this 44-year-old worker suddenly finds himself inches from death. barrel of a gun pointed directly
at his head. how to describe the ice cold calculation police say is so clear in the eyes of the alleged gunman. looking almost directly at the camera. authorities say it was around 8:30 saturday night, when this man in a hood enters the deli market near 55 many and thompson in the southwest section of the city. watch as he picks up a soft drink an approaches the cash register just like any other shopper. only to pull a gun seconds lat later. >> saw how patient and calm this kid was. he walks in and weights his turn for the register and he clearly had a clear motivation what he was going to do but going after employee and putting him in strangle hold we don't see that that often. this individual obviously is pretty calculate wad he's doing. >> reporter: hooded gunman goes after the victim when he sees him standing nearby. after he puts the gun to his head, the robber pistol whips the innocent shopkeeper. >> you know the people that's in the video touch home little bit. >> customers are horrified to seat familiar friendly worker they see every day suddenly
thrust into the worst moments of his life. they don't understand why anyone would hurt the business people who help revitalize their neighborhood who locals and police say keep little cash in their stores. >> it's not right. these businesses are here trying to support the community. community supporting them you get a guy looking for few dollars report roar police say this robbery is unusual and it's cold brutality. they believe the suspect is from the neighborhood and they're glad the gun didn't go off when the man strikes the victim in the head. the worker so traumatized, he has moved out of state. >> people hear this story don't deserve that. don't deserve things like that. >> reporter: if you recognize the man in that surveillance video call southwest detectives. they say he is in his 20s with a goatee and a gap in his teeth. police want to get him off the streets before he does this to somebody else. at police headquarters, sabina kuriakose fox 29 news. in absecon, new jersey, police are looking for two men accused of of scamming a senior citizen out of $5,000. police say the guy was dressed in religious clothing walked up
to a woman in the parking lost of the absecon shop rite and claimed he was a missionary from africa. he said he'd give the woman $35,000 if she could give him $5,000 of her own money. well, she did. the man along with the one you see here took off with all of her money. you decide 2016, the road to the white house continues in the battleground state of pennsylvania. senator tim kaine made two stops in our area today. stumping for running mate hillary clinton with less than two weeks to go until the election the democratic vice-presidential nominee told a crowd of students in muhlenberg college tonight just how much their votes counsel. talk about clinton's passion for helping kids and families and how she finished strong at the debates unlike her rival donald trump. >> in most of the debate he seemed to come out strong for 20 minutes and what, i have another hour of this i have to do? hillary showed the stamp minute nan the back bone as well as the character and the preparation
and the intellect and the great on the debate stage that tells you who she would be as president. >> earlier today kaine also spoke to crowd of students at bucks county community college. meanwhile, presidential candidates donald trump and hillary clinton are also focused on some other balance ground states. >> and with just 13 days left, there's no time to waste. new day new polls numbers. as early voting was getting underway in florida money hillary clinton was holding on to a slight lead over donald trump. but after wrapping up a plea-day campaign blitz new bloomberg politics poll has the republican nominee back on top barely. riding mow moan tum of that small bum in that florida the trump camp made it's way to yet another critical swing state n would be north carolina. >> we're going to win north carolina. i tell you. we're going win florida, too. the media, what's going on over here? >> 13 days left in this election we cannot stop for a minute. no complacency here. >> the latest real clear politics average of polls has
clinton ahead nationally by about five points. if septa is part of your commute you may want to consider an alternate route next week because 5,000 septa employees could walk off the job on tuesday. septa has pos posted an alternae plan on its website if its workers do go on strike and if their union does not reach an agreement with the transit authority by midnight on monday, service would be impacted beginning november 1st. regional rail would be the only train service option for traveling and around philadelphia. city bus routes the market frankford line and a number of trolley routes would not run. new guidelines from the catholic church could change some of the final resting plans of folks. what you're not supposed to do if you're cremated and the church's reason behind it. and -- i'm a met thomas under a bridge in trenton today. he says he's not homeless any more but homeless shelters here in trenton say they're running out of money. all the details coming right up.
♪ epic battle has been playing out in harrisburg. caught in the middle, the animals of pennsylvania. dogs, cats, horses and such what was supposed to be the last voting day of this legislative second house bill 869 was in the crosshairs of various interest groups and got meyered in the political. the speaker of the house is calling everyone back tomorrow morning at 9:00 representatives will continue to vote on bills including the historic piece of legislation that is the most
comprehensive animal crow protect bill ever in the state. governor wolf promised to sign it into law if it makes it to his desk. you know we'll keep you posted. vatican changing the rules on how catholics can be control mated. they are no longer allowing the scattering of ashes or for an urn to be kept on a mantle. instead the catholic church wants people to keep their loved ones remains in a sacred place approved by the church. >> fox 29's dawn timmeney reports from havertown with more on the guidelines and what locals think about it. >> this is called a colin dare yann and we put this in several years ago. >> reporter: father gallagher says saint-denis' church wanted to give people a special planes to store cremated remains. >> it gives an opportunity of a place to visit. >> reporter: final sacred resting place. there are also plots in this 190-year-old cemetery in havertown specifically designa designated for urns to be buri buried. gallagher supports the vatican's position that remains cannot be scattered, separated or even
kept in an urn in a home. >> it has to do a lot with the dignity of the -- of the body. the dignity of celebrating the funeral liturgy of the church. >> reporter: john stretch owns funeral home across the street and says 50% of the people who come in cream mate their loved ones. says many want the ashes and are catholic. >> they just don't want them put into the ground or into a will he dare yann. they want to have them home, have them on the mantle and specific room they used to sit in. >> reporter: stretch is catholic himself. but strongly disagrees with the church's cremation guidelines. >> rules are made to be broken. i think after the person is cream mated, they should be able to do with their loved ones what they want to do. they're soul is all right gone where it's going to be. report roar father gallagher says dividing a person' ashes among family or placing them in jewelry or other momentos is alarming to the church and not acceptable.
>> while it might bring some strength to people, it's really not what was ever intended when cremation was introduced. >> these new guidelines stress the preference of a burial however many people have been opting for cremations for financial reasons. head master at a prominent delaware county private school has been reinstated after a domestic dispute with his son. dr. john nagl will resume his duty as at the haverford school beginning friday but nagl was put on administrative leave after he was charged with assaulting his son earlier this month. charges have been dropped. but statement the board trustees says dr. nagl wore sainted after a quote a thorough assessment statement from the board included this comment from the head caster that reads "we appreciate the support of the haverford school community as our family goes through a difficult time of healing and as i personally reflect on how i can grow as a father and as a leader". i'm humbled and honored to have the opportunity to resume duties as the school's head master and
continue our important work of preparing boys for life. new restaurant of philadelphia changing the game and how you pay for a meal. the eat cafe a restaurant like never before seen in our city. >> servers let customers pay what they can no matter how much money they have. fox 29's bill anderson takes us inside the restaurant which opened its doors today in west philadelphia. >> reporter: today social media quote of the day, everyone deserves to be treated with honor and respect no matter what their situation in life. those are just words but a business in west philadelphia is doing their best to turn it no action. ♪ >> reporter: eat cafe is actually founded on pretty simple principle. if you want to come in, have a great meal, they want to you come. regardless of your ability to pay. >> it can be $15 that's price for meal and you have option of paying that. you can pay more to pay it forward to someone else that can pay less. you can pay less or if you're hungry you don't have any money you can pay nothing at all. >> reporter: today was the
grant opening of the restaurant near 38th and lancaster. it's a partnership between drexel university, celeb chef mark vetri's community partnership and several others but the man responsible for embracing and implementing the vision of eat cafe is gm and chef darnell jones crave vin. >> this cafe would give everyone an opportunity regardless of their income or means to come into a safe, warm, welcoming environment and have a dining experience. >> reporter: the food including a fresh made oreo cheesecake looked delicious. >> you want to taste it? >> yeah but the camera is on. >> reporter: you can see the staff was fully embraced the idea of serving the community. >> i like to help people. >> reporter: concept pay what you can is designed to allow people to enjoy themselves with out being judged and dine with dignity. no one will know who has the ability to pay or not. pay what you can. and we'll leave it up to you.
♪ >> reporter: there are hundreds, thousands, in our area who are trying to make a change every day. i want to hear about them so tweet me at bill a. fox 29 or the station at fox 29 philly. tell me about the people in your neighborhood n your community, who are doing good things just for goodness sake. major damage to a star on the hollywood walk of fame but this isn't just any star. this one bears the name donald trump. the vandal apparently has a big plan for the pieces. nothing sacred for two cued thieves. the offices of a church their crime has stunned lot of people. we haven't even told was they stole. the unholy act straight ahead. now with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly. good evening, everybody. get ready for delays callowhill street blocked right at 13th between 13th and broad with some construction. so major jammos throughout the day, and you know what tomorrow means, we pick a different neighborhood for different spot
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and the tremor was magnitude sick .1. the civil protection agency says right now there are no signs of any serious injuries or anyone is trapped. the earthquake come months after nearly 300 people were killed in another earthquake in august. it's all out manhunt in oklahoma tonight. police are trying to track down the man behind a string of killings and investigators are worried he's going to strike again. >> very concerned he'll target people linked to sexual assault case against him. 36 year old michael advance jr. has been on the run since sunday he shot and killed his aunt and uncle and opened fire in the town of williston with an ak47. cops think he's the one who injured a man and a woman and carjackings monday. then shot a truck driver that night. >> our gates are lock. our doors are locked and everybody is just locked and loaded ready in case we need to protect our family. >> police say vance is armed and dangerous. they say his crimes extend back to the '90's and that he also sexually assault add 15-year-old
girl earlier this year. tonight police in california are looking for the man who smashed donald trump's name off the hollywood walk of fame. >> it's apparently the third time trump's star has been vandalized during this election season. deadline hollywood got the video of a man dressed as construction worker destroying the star with a pick ax. a man named james otis claims he's the culprit and he says he was trying to extract the star so he could auction it off to raise money for the women who accused of trauma of of sexual assault. ♪ rapper make it rain on homeless people. we're talking rain money as in tens of thousands of dollars. he's calling it an act of charity but he's still getting a lot of heat for it on social media. well explain. >> kathy orr tracking your forecast. >> we're talking about cold not as cold as last night but cold enough for a wintry mick in the poconos. icy start to the day there. so if you're heading that way be aware of slick spots. otherwise we have some rain, we have some wind and some warmth. we'll have the seven day coming
up. ♪ >> and coming up it's a story you'll see only on fox. a local man also relied on only one eye to see but now that's gone, too. >> i'll never be able to see straight no more. >> he was attacked and stabbed in that eye outside his home. dispute that may have set off the tragic chain of events. pat toomey and donald trump: they're just wrong for the women of pennsylvania. "new fallout for donald trump..." "should a woman be punished for having an abortion?" "there has to
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>> tonight investigators are trying to figure out what started a fatal fire near the historic battle of brandywine area in chester county. police say 65-year-old bonnie lynn hall died after her home on the 1300 block of birmingham road went up in flames. first responder responders saw e coming from the back of the home and then discover the victim on the first floor. the home sits in a secluded and wooded area so there were no available hydrants and police say the fire is not considered suspicious. investigators are also looking into a fire this morning at a senior living facility in pennsauken, new jersey. flames ripped through a two bedroom apartment at bentley senior living around 7:00 this morning. firefighters helped nearly 100 residents get out of the building. medic took six people to the hospital for smoke inhalation. firefighters did contain that fire to one room. closing arguments begin tomorrow in the new jersey bridge gate trial. testimony came to an end today in trenton. in all, four people have
testified under oath that governor christie knew more than he said did he about traffic closures on the george washington bridge. christie has repeatedly did he he knew about the scheme. prosecutors say officials closed the lanes to punish the mayor of fort lee for not endorsing christie's re-election bid. though they claim christie knew all about it they have never charged him. developing now, a situation that's got lawmakers on both sides of the aisle crying foul. the army asked national guard members to repay thousands of dollars in mistaken enlist many bonuses and now defense secretary ash carter is taking action. fox's rich he hadson has the latest from wads. >> reporter: defense secretary ash carter addressing a growing controversy over bonus repayments. the secretary announced wednesday the pentagon will stop trying to reclaim improperly paid bonuses from 6500 members of california national guard. carter is appointing a high-ranking official to settle these cases by the summer. >> there won't be any more collections until we put in
place a process that can, um, expeditiously and fairly deal with these issues obviously according to the law. >> reporter: carter's announcement follows widespread condemnation from lawmakers in both parties. congressional committees have launched investigations into the issue. ordering the national guard to turn over documents on the repayment program by novembe november 7th. the obama administration says it is also pushing to resolve these cases quickly. >> we certainly want to avoid a situation where service members are punished because of nefarious or fraudulent behavior by someone else. >> reporter: however, the announcement falls short for some service members. both active duty and retired. one says the government needs to ensure this never happens again. >> the way to fix it if the law needs to be changed, that's what elected officials are for. they should fix the problem not lay it off on to what in fact are turning into the victims. >> reporter: secretary carter
has set a january 1st deadline for recommendations from the pentagon's investigation. with a full resolution of the repayment program by the start of july. in washington, rich he hadson fox news. >> cam the salvation army honoring people and businesses who have had a positive impact on the city. this is the second annual expect change luncheon at the crock center. the event kicks off this year's red kettle season. the ringing bell with the red kettle collecting donations for families in need. the salvation army says every single bit helps. >> this area has been transformed and now we're in the business of transforming lives. annually we impact over 10,000 individuals and we are blessed to be part of this community and part of this ministry. >> us congressman donald norcross and camden mayor dana redd were both at today's events. atlanta rapper gave tens thousands of dollars to the homeless you might wonder how anyone could have anything bad
to say about that. but he's getting criticism for the way he gave out that money. fox's christie hut chink's has the story. >> the type of money we throw on strip clubs and clothes and stuff like that. that money can be useful. >> which is why he took $30,000 and gave it to the homeless. but it was his approach that got some negative attention. people wanting to know, why did he have to throw the money and not hand it to the people. >> people would have been jumping in line. people would have been grateful for what they would have got. people would have wanted more. it would have been more talking, i would have more time wasted. you know what i'm saying? than me just throwing it up in the air and i can just go from this spot and go to other people i don't want to stay in one spot. >> the other issue people had with the men laughing in the background. >> wasn't nothing funny about it. you know what i'm saying. it was a moment to smile. but i wouldn't say it was a moment to laugh. you know what i'm saying?