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another october surprise this time for the clinton campaign. the fbi announcing looking at newly discovered e-mail, how it found them and what it could mean over a week from election day. plus does your daughter play sport? she may not have the same protection against injury that the boys do. one local dad has an invention that could change all of that and keep our girls playing the games they love. and halloween weekend. a fun begins today from candy to cocktails, good day is your place for a spook tacular time. ♪ this is good day philadelphia weekend. good morning, everyone, that's a tease. candy to cocktails. we got it all here. welcome to the show.
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i'm bill anderson. sean brace. good morning, sir. used to seeing this face, he's going to be here contributing. getting involved. scott williams, how is it going? >> i like that look. a little fall halloween is a couple days away. it's a cold start out there. hang in there, because it's going to feel more like spring. believe it or not by the afternoon. live look across the area, showing the clear skies, dark right now. cold conditions. but we're going to be focusing in on rapid weekend warmup. 42 right now, the wind are calm. the is up will rise around 7:27. weather boy the numbers, we're going to go ahead and give the a 10:00 because of the above average temperatures. bundle up. freezing right now, millville 32, 32 in wrightstown, 31 in pottstown. temperatures right now down the shore at the boardwalk, low
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40's, 37 in wildwood. we have 35 degrees right now in cinnaminson. look at the warmth off to the south and west. it's 68 st. louis, 67 in dallas. some of that warmer air is headed in our direction. here's the bottom line. a chilly morning. temperatures 30's, 40's. by this afternoon, we'll make a run to toward 70 degrees. coming up, we'll talk much more about those climbing weekend temperatures, a rainfall chance for part of the weekend and also the halloween forecast. will it be trick or terroristic threat? back over to you. >> anything with 70 we'll take it. following a developing story this morning, with the election over one week away. the fbi drops a big october surprise. they found new e-mails, new e-mails that may be connected to hillary clinton's private server. what could this mean for hillary's chance at the presidency as she continues to rally voters. fox 29's sabina kuriakose is
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live in ardmore with the details. good morning, sabina. >> good morning, bill. we can see behind me, the campaign office right now closed. it's dark, not yet open for the day. now, of course, it's new development, a bombshell in the final stretch leading up to the election. the fbi director in an extraordinary letter to congress announcing he's once again investigating hillary clinton's e-mails after agents discovered new e-mails during an investigation into the husband of clinton's top aid, huma abedin. it involved congressman anthony wiener. allegedly sexting an under age girl. the campaign scrambling. donald trump seizing on the new opportunity to attack his opponent. watch what both candidates had to say yesterday >> the director himself has said he doesn't know whether the e-mails referenced in his letter are significant or not.
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i'm confident whatever they are, will not change the conclusion reached in july. >> hillary clinton's corruption is on a scale we have never seen before. we must not let her take her criminal scheme into the oval office. >> reporter: the fbi director has said he does not know exactly the significance of the newly discovered e-mails. exclusively, at fox news, he said he felt the public needed to know before november 8th. election day. live in ardmore at clinton's campaign headquarters, actually it's open about a month ago. now, of course, again, news of all of this broke yesterday afternoon. it's unclear exactly what effect it's going to have on the polls or local voters >> it wasn't just news for
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hillary clinton. meanwhile in the truck campaign one of the women who accused donald trump has hired power attorney agholor add red. the re he said he made unappropriate sexual advances. taggert said trump kissed her on the lips without her consent. she's speaking out now after trump threat accusing him of wrongdoing. >> i felt like mr. trump was trying to silence all of his accusers who had come forward as well as others to maybe thinking of coming forward. as for myself, enough is enough. and i needed to stand up to donald trump. i feel that he is trying to bully and frighten us into silence. >> mr. trump continuously said his accusers are lying denies making sexual advances towards any of them. it's 7:05. let's take a look at the top
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stories. two people in the hospital after crash in philadelphia's nicetown neighborhood. 1:30 this morning around west hunting park avenue and north 19th. two people were taken to temple university hospital with unknown injuries. investigators are still looking into the cause of the crash. right now, police are investigating possible voter fraud out of delaware county. fox 29 was the only one on the scene in norwood last night with the pennsylvania state police and investigators joining the state attorney general's office. sources say they served a search warrant on a company in connection with possible voter fraud. it provides campaign and political canvassing services. the attorney general's office said it has no information to release at this time. we're waiting an official response. as we get updates, we will bring them to you. close home, students at temple university are seeing an increased police presence near their campus. it's after police say a flash mob of 200 teenagers attacked
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students and police about a week ago. last friday night, the teenagers gathered on north broad and started attacking temple students and police. six students were pushed, punched or robbed. they were on bike patrol and walking the campus as a deterrent >> if you're not careful anything can happen >> we have extra police. we've done roll calls out here. coordinating with septa and temple police, we have them in areas everyone will see high concentration, broad street, some of the high street >> campus police are also available to escort students who ask for assistance any time from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. seven days a week. a new scam in montgomery county appears to be targeting cheating spouses. police in lower merion township say calls have been pouring in about letters arriving in the male from someone claiming to have evidence of cheating.
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the letters, which include the husband's name threatened to tell their wives unless the $2000 payment is immediately made. also turning up in upper dublin township. police say if you get one, throw it away. it's 7:08. one child in the hospital after a van plowed into a group of children in chester, delaware county. it happened around 4:30 yesterday afternoon on edgemont avenue. police say the driver hit three children and then just left the scene. employees found that van nearby in upland but yet to make any arrests. none of the children's injuries are considered life-threatening. this morning, investigators are trying to figure out what caused two freight trains to crash in delaware county around 8:30 yesterday morning. two csxs trains collided in chester. the railroad said an empty train was traveling to new jersey when it smashed into another train carrying consumer goods and food. was on its way to atlanta. two crew members injured have
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been released from the hospital and are expected to be ok. a scare for passengers on plane at chicago o'hare airport. federal investigators say flight 383 experience add rare and serious type of engine failure in which parts of the engine just break off. 21 people were injured in the fire. the video shows passengers coming down emergency slides. you can see the fire going on. they were running away from the plane. it's 7:09. hull halloween two days away. everyone will be satisfying the sweet tooth. what you can do to keep your family healthy while eating all of those halloween treats. we don't want you to get tricked. you may not have the same protection against injuries, as the boys but one local dad has a new invention that could change that and keep our girls playing the game they love. guys, it's national cat day.
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obviously, halloween is coming up. cats. i was never a cat guy but my neighbor had a cat. a couple months ago. and now i am. i plan on purchasing my first cat. becoming a cat guy. >> i had a pet growing up but i'm allergic to cats. i don't have current pets right now. >> we want to see your cat. we want to see your favorite candy as we're celebrating halloween. twixs, snickers. kit cats. tweet iuse #fox 29 weekend.
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that the islamic state poses to the united states and to the american people. and i believe she understands how to wield american power to ultimately defeat this threat and to keep us safe. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i'm hillary clinton 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 be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah, there has to be some form." "i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion and i would, i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: they're not for you.
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majority forward is responsible for the content of this advertising. . 7:13. with the election over one week away, the fbi drops a huge october surprise. they found new e-mails that may be connected to hillary clinton's private server. we're told agents stumbled upon them that former congressman anthony weiner has been sexting an under age girl. fbi doesn't know what's in the e-mails. donald trump claims this will expose clinton's corruption once and for all all. hillary clinton said the fbi should let it all out as soon as possible. joining us attorney and former federal prosecutor fred teasey. we were talking during the break about this. the fact that it comes out, we don't know what they found.
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legally is this a big deal >> it is a big deal for a bunch of different reasons. what happened was apparently they were investigating anthony weiner came across four devices they know about. two of them from one of her upper level -- i for example, her campaign manager. to answer your question is yes, if the information on these devices and the e-mails, whatever it is they got was cumulative, nothing they hadn't seen before, if it wasn't very interesting or important, it isn't what the law calls material. for the fbi to come out and say we're going to reopen the investigation, there was something in there that led them to believe that the decision not to diet her may not have been the right decision. you may recall about a week ago, ten days ago, there was a lot of allegations that the six trial level attorneys and trial level attorneys in the justice department are the ones who do the work. they're the foot soldiers, work with the agents, make a
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determination as to whether or not an indictment should be returned, if information should be presented to the grand jury. they look at the evidence and the elements of the crime and mistake a determination and recommend indictment. when you're a prosecutor, it is drummed into your head that you do not diet unless you can convict. so the allegations were that these six trial level attorneys had all recommended indictment. we don't know what's going on. this information could be such that it's kind of there's been a shift now as between these trial level lawyers and upper level management for lack of a better term in the justice department >> would know. >> we don't know >> why do you even re put it out? making an announcement we may have found something. we may not >> i've always had a lot of respect for director comey. from everyone i know who's ever met or talked to him. he's a stand-up guy and ultimately committed to the law and getting to the bottom of the truth. i think what this has done to
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say this was kind of the ultimate cya or cover your but move by him, because if it turns out the that the fbi had information that ultimately results in her getting dieted. but if they had that information before the election didn't let it out. we would have four years of grid lock, because the republicans and all these other people, nobody would ever treat mrs. clinton with a credibility. it would be 1,000 different things. so what hose saying is guess what? we have this information, the investigation is continuing. you draw your own conclusions. >> they didn't release it publicly. they sent it to congressional leaders who released it publicly. putting this information out. >> under federal criminal rules, the grand jury is always secret. it's what's call 68 under federal rules of criminal procedure. anything that the grand jury secret. if you get a grand jury says come on in and testify, defense can't say we subpoenaed, they
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can't come in and say this is what he said. you can tell anybody you want. now, my understanding there is no grand jury investigation. information hasn't been presented to the grand jury. the fbi was involved in the investigation and they collected those devices as a result of the investigation. so you're in kind of a murky area as to whether or not that's grand jury material because it really isn't a grand jury, but there >> it's political. >> it's was political >> they released it for political reason, they didn't have to >> the fbi has job to do's their job is to investigate and prosecute violations of federal criminal law. this thing about how the fbi is, last night they're saying it's trying to affect the outcome of the investigation. ultimately. if it turns out she broke the law, it's because of actions she took. i have four young boys and i teach my sons that you have to accept the consequences of your actions.
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if this turns out to explode and turns out that she did violate the law? that is what would affect the outcome of the election. >> we'll leave it here. the problem is there's so many if's. >> what a mess. >> thank you, sir. scott, getting hot in this debate. good segway. >> it's not going to be that hot but i mean compared to where we are right now, bill, those temperatures are going to soar later on and especially by tomorrow. it's a cold start out there. no question about it. bundle up if you're stepping outdoors to walk the dog or grab breakfast but by this afternoon, we're looking at a high temperature nearing 70 degrees in center city down the shore 67, 66 in the lehigh valley. look at the chill this morning, freezing 32 right now in millville, 33 in atlantic city. we have 42 the warm spot in center city and 33 right now in allentown. so dry, quiet as we look at ultimate doppler but we do have
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rainfall on tap for the second half of the upcoming weekend. weekend wendy is headed to north wales for the home at last rescue second annual howlowen 5k. it starts at 9:00 a.m. at 11:00 a.m., there's a one-mile dog walk. weather looking pretty good. chilly to start. 9:00 a.m. temperatures upper 40's, by noon, around 60. the bottom line, by this afternoon, high temperatures near 70, then tomorrow, look at that, 77 degrees. clouds increase and also there will be a chance for afternoon and evening rain sunday. dry quiet for today, mostly sunny as we advance the clock ahead to your sunday clouds on the increase but temperatures ahead of that front will soar but look at 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, watching that front, watching scattered showers kind of move through the area and that front is out of here for halloween. the poconos beautiful today, low
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60's. then 64 tomorrow. the seven-day forecast shows a nice weekend. then cooler, high of 60, back to you. >> 70 something this time of year is hot. i'm sticking by that. we got a special star studded event. women showing set up a their wigs. liar, liar, some people are prone to lie. coming up, why that may be some people just can't seem to tell the truth. we'll break down the science of it for you and check out the lottery numbers you could be the big winner and if you're lucky enough to win, holler at us, we want to share.
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let's talk sports. joining us, sean brace, world series, big news. >> we got world series big news, cowboy week, a lot of things happening. over last few days, a lot of chatter has been had about the cubs and their world series drought 1908 last time they won the world series. i think thinking we need to start focusing on the cleveland indians a little bit more. last time they won 1947. game three we pick it up in the seventh, scoreless and pinch hitter go chris with a base hit brings in a run, indians up 1-0. cocoa crisp is going to get the job done.
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fast forward to the bottom of the 9th two out of two lack offier by easier. game 4, 8:00 p.m. tonight. >> . villanova received their rings at a students' only rally. there's jay wright archie deact me coming backing mr. big shot. chris jenkins. along with a modern version of the 1985 banner, the match. villanova begins sunday. finally, eagles cowboys week, that's right. caught up with a special game day live tonight at 5:00 p.m. featuring bill anderson, howard eskin. sean bell. they will break down the huge game, a battle for the division see if the guys can win a tough
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one on the road. >> talking cowboy, most hated cowboy of all time? >> michael urban. >> even though you respect the player, bottom line is nobody, you know, talked that talk. shoved it in our face in the cowboys uniform. >> i think i like him more now as an announcer >> i love him as an announcer. when he was wearing 88 at the vet? hated him >> hate romo now. >> hate those guys. we'll break it down for you. it was a moment at the sixers home opener that had a lot of people talking and it had nothing to do with what happened on the court. as bruce gordon explains, it was moment that could happen, that would happen only in philly. ♪ >> i'm bruce gordon. well, that didn't take long. the philadelphia 76er's couldn't make it out of the first quarter
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with oklahoma city. the first injection of the year. who was it? whose bad behavior got him bounced? fred brown, jahlil oakford? maybe joel embiid? nope, nope and nope. the guy in the sixers uniform is actually a fan. a urologist who works in north philadelphia. the good doctor took offense at chest pumping by super star russell westbrook and decided to give him to double barrel bird. amateur video show this clown being escorted from his seat and bragging about his deeds. this guy is hardly the first sports fan to show his displeasure with the middle singer salute or even a two fer. why is it we keep living down to the expectations of the national media, philadelphia sports fans are crude and ignorant and not nearly as savvy as we think. we make headline for doing stupid stuff that likely happens
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at arenas all over the country with little or no notice. but knowing that standard exist, why can't we rise above and act like adults our our doctor is a clever man. the sixers may have a better late than never super star with joel embiid and may actually win but between our foul fingered fan and a controversy over the political message warned by the original national anthem singer who the team replaced at the last minute, the headline from this game could not possibly have been what the team had hoped for. i got a headline for you. only in philly.
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our children, they look up to us. what we value, how we treat others. and now they're looking to see what kind of leaders we choose. who we'll entrust our country and their future to. will it be the one respected around the world, or the one who frightens our allies and emboldens our enemies? the one with the deep understanding of the challenges we face, or the one who is unprepared for them? a steady hand? or a loose cannon? common sense and unity, or drama and division? a woman who's spent her life helping children and families, or a man who's spent his life helping himself?
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our children are looking to us. what example will we set? what kind of country will we be? hillary clinton, because we're stronger together. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. ♪ if i own up to knowing linda carlyle of the go goes. they're going to snatch my man card. nice. i know linda carlyle. scott, that looks beautiful. telling us it's going to be a good day >> look at the beautiful sunrise you can see the birds out there as well.
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so all in all, it's going to be a really nice saturday. it's a cold start. you'll need to bundle up with temperatures if the 30's and 40's. by this afternoon we're looking at upper 60's to near 70. right now, it's 42 in philadelphia. the winds are calm. feels like 42 degrees. so that's pretty good. but take a look once you get outside of the city. freezing, millville 32. 32 right now wrightstown. 33 in reading along with allentown. so dry quiet for today as we look at ultimate doppler. it's going to be a cold start. by and large, temperatures around 60 by the afternoon, nearing 70. for your dinner plans around, down the shore, beautiful weather, 63 by noon, 67 mild and breezy at 3:00. by 6:00, still 64. what about halloween, this monday look at the forecast. we will cool down. high temperatures on halloween
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only around 60. we'll drop into the low 50's by 9:00. coming up we'll talk about that rainfall chance tomorrow. and the entire seven-day forecast. bill? >> thank you so much. scott. this is something we've been following, teenager concussions have been skyrocketing. 118% increase according to a new report. after football. would you believe the next most dangerous high school sports is girls la cross. a dad has created a game changer, our own karen hepp has his new invention. >> the fellow is fast and fierce on the field. she carries a big stick and can hurdle anything in her path. landing her on the podium, a competitive success in many sports. but sophomore year, a simple fall in field hockey nearly took her out of the game. >> they told me my brain hit -- like it hit my skull three
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times, so i went back and went forward again. i remember not being able to keep my eyes open. my coaches kept telling me, keep your eyes open, you can't go to sleep. and they decided to call the ambulance. so i was off to the hospital. >> reporter: x-rays, bella had a concussion so severe, she had to sit in a dark room of hissing five weeks of school and months of sports. >> i was in a fog for such a long time. even after i felt better, i was in such a fog. >> reporter: team mate had two concussions. both time from a ball smack her unprotected head. >> it's just like hurts like everything in your head. just like fuzzy and like, you couldn't even like move your head or anything. >> reporter: what's going on is a huge spike in concussions. rates have jumped 118% for girls ten to 19. la cross, pennsylvania, new jersey have some of the highest
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rates in the nation. girls la cross is second only to football for concussions in high school sports. one big reason? no helmets. check out what the boys wear. they look like terminators, shoulder pads, gloves, huge helmets, girls, a skirt, and pretty goggles, no helmets, nothing to protect their head if they get whacked with a stick or ball. >> the girls get ignored >> rob stokeris girls is the center of his world: >> this is the living room. >> just your average indoor family basketball shoot around. sports are integral to their lives. >> without sports there's really
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nothing else to do in our family. i feel like i can just be me when i'm playing sports. it's something that i love to do and it just makes me happy. >> he wants his girls to be happy and safe. when the youngest two asked if they could play la cross, he couldn't believe there were no helmets >> they're strong, fierce, play hard, aggressive, i love that part of it. but you know, not have any protection on their heads to me, is, you know, just insane >> he decided to do something. he got a team of experts and created the first ever approved head gear for girls' la cross. he didn't just pink and it and shrink it. the humming bird is all new safety technology. passes every rigorous test and standard but designed for a female athlete. it's got a pony tail opening and can be used in other sports as well. so be ready for holiday delivery just in time for la cross season. the girls think it's a game
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changer. >> sports are amazing but they're you're only going to last so long and you do have a future after sports. it's important to preserve that future and your head is that future >> bella and kelly think if they've been wearing this kind of head gear, that may have prevented their injuries >> both my concussions are up here. i hit my head over here i feel like it would have helped a lot with the impact. >> the head gear is made by humming board sports to find out more we put a link on our website fox29.com. it comes in many different color, but one of them is not pink, karen hepp, fox 29 news. >> i never realized, put it together, women were playing without helmets. do you know a compulsive liar? one lie often leads to another then another? coming up, a researcher says they may know why people can't stop fibbing. a well-known landmark is now
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being known as a destination for para normal activity. ghosts? we'll go inside the spooky for the fort mifflin. all that on more when fox 29 continues.
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does pat toomey speak for you? i also want to thank the nra for it's, uh, strong support for my campaign. pat toomey: he opposes an assault weapons ban and got an "a" rating from the nra. "i have had a perfect record with the nra." and on women's health? "i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion, and i would, i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey: does he really speak for you? majority forward is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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♪ time for silly science. we look at some of the crazy things that scientists are researching. they finally figured out why liars lie.
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british researchers devised a test to track people's dishonest tendency. their brain activity was monitored with an mri. a part of the brain in charge of emotional processing was activated when participants lie, essentially making lying easier or more natural the more you did it. the same was true when people told lies to benefit themselves. it kind of indicates once you start lying, it becomes a vicious cycle and your brain kind of adapts what's going on >> it becomes natural >> you can become a liar, you train yourself to lie >> you lie so much that it's easy >> it make as lot of sense to be honest with you. for me it comes down to drama as if like >> not even men but just lying in general. i'll put it to you this way. i don't -- sports-wise, i
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thought chip kelly or former eagles coach was a compulsive liar. every time he had an opportunity to talk to the media, he was scratching his neck and lying. why? i don't know. it's not that, he just didn't really want to -- >> you lie so much you forget. >> as it relates to with women, you know why men don't lie? because we're not good at it. it's hard to get out of that. >> i talk too much to be a liar. i'll tell them myself, when you start talking, it becomes harder and harder to cover the lie that you told. >> did you really just say men don't lie? because i think that was a lie in itself >> i'm pretty sure he did. >> i'm lying about the weather all the time. >> tell us what you think, who lies more and why? use #fox29goodday. >> there's probably going to be lots of candy in your house this weekend kids are trick treating
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or you bought sweets. the problem is all those sweets may not be good for your health. coming up we'll tell you the danger. imagine having to sleep outside on a cold night. at possibility that some in new jersey are happy to come to terms with, especially homeless shelter that could reclose the doors forever.
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hillary clinton: this is not an ordinary time, and this is not an ordinary election.
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i want to send a message to every boy and girl and indeed to the entire world. that america already is great, but we are great because we are good. we are going to lift each other up. i want us to heal our country and bring it together. we have to start getting the economy to work for everyone... not just those at the top. making the best education system from preschool through college. making it affordable, because that's, i think, the best way for us to get the future that our children and our grandchildren deserve. my vision of america is an america where everyone has a place. this is the america that i know and love. if we set those goals and we go together, there's nothing that america can't do. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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. this music is fitting as we segway into in your health this morning. you don't want to be tricked with all the treats. sugar isn't too sweet for your health. joining us is dr. n i n a radcliff. >> you wouldn't know it from looking at all of this but we generally practice moderation. >> yes, we do. halloween is fun we want to enjoy our decorations but this could last several weeks if not into the new year season. we're going into the holiday season and by new year's we have
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a sweet tooth we've created for our children and also ourselves. >> are you a candy person >> absolutely. my fiance just hid two bags of candy in the garage. i just found them last night. i dug in for the first time >> this is the thing. it has no nutrient value. no vitamins but plenty of calories. and we consume more than we need we put on the pounds. that increases our risk for diabetes for heart disease. a number of other things. continues to have more research on what added sugar does to us. >> i think most of us have some sort of concept sugar is not great for you but we're not going to just give it up >> first of all, sugar is addicting. it hacks into the area of our brain that feels good hormones. makes us want to creative it. that's the problem is a lot of
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the foods that are in front of us are tasty but they may have added sugar. things like bread and pasta have added sugar. we need to have moderation. we're not just making a big deal about halloween. this is a good time to be aware. sit there and talk to our children, set standards and some of the things i recommend on halloween never trick or treat hungry. i read frightening reports that said people can consume up to 7,000 calories in candy. eat dinner before you go out. if you haven't purchased your tricks yet or your treats yet, look for stickers, look for pencils, toys. a study from yale show >> no, they won't >> a study from yale said if you offer them candy versus a toy, they will be just as likely to take the toy.
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it's not just about the candy, the decoration and the fun and costumes and if your having a halloween party get creative. get fruit, cheese. our party we're having boo nanas. put them on skewers. we're having witch carrot fingers. and we're focusing on the fun aspect of it, the games, the decoration, costume, prizes. >> i love it when she's here. you wouldn't have believed that. >> no. >> research has been shown. >> i appreciate you sharing that information. >> is there one candy that maybe you might want to go ahead and give to the kids? >> well, it's hard to say. there are a number of alternatives. they say they're healthy. the fruit flavor. it's important to read the
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labels. >> i'm going to take my candy dish and fill it up with stickers for everybody at the office. >> scott, stickers for you too >> candy for me. my weakness? after halloween everything is like 50 to 75% off. it makes it harder candy at a bargain. pretty tough. it's a cold start but beautiful fall foliage out there. temperatures will be moderating nicely by the afternoon. you'll need your jackets and sweaters this morning, temperatures 30's and 40's. as we move toward the afternoon, high temperatures nearly 70 degrees. the average for this time of year is in the low 60's. right now, we do have that chill across the delaware valley. 39 in dover. 33 currently in atlantic city. 33 that trenton along with allentown and reading. and mid 30's right now in wilmington. ultimate doppler dry for today, once again tomorrow afternoon,
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and evening, we'll watch front approach. clouds will increase and the shower chances tomorrow around dinner, as we move towards sunday, you can see the clouds on the increase out ahead of of that winds will be out of the south and that will allow for the temperatures to soar. here's the clock at 7:00 tomorrow. you can see by 9:00, the frontal boundaries moving through along with showers then we clear things out for halloween. and temperatures will be cooler behind that front. here is the bottom line by this monday, 3:00, mostly clear, 60, by 6:00, trick or treating we're looking a clear, creepy 55 and low 50's by 9:00. that weather authority seven-day forecast shows beautiful tailgating weather for that temple game. we're looking at 70 degrees. by sunday, 77 ahead of that front. cloud cover will increase those shower chances by the afternoon evening, then clearer cooler 60 on halloween. low 60's tuesday. back into the 70's by the middle
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of next week. staying mild, breezy thursday. showers as we move toward friday of next week. we'll be right back. most people owe the bank.
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reporter lexi. you found another cool story >> i talked to a high school athlete named shawn horino, a lot of tough breaks but persevered. soccer star sean harney is a senior and capitol of the varsity team >> if you're getting by sean you're going to go to have to do something amazing >> he was knotted for his defensive technique. after sustaining a severe shoulder injury, he began to play another unique roll on the team >> i sat on the sidelines and my coach gave me the nickname defensive coordinator >> sean at the helm. when he was benched, the team had to play without him >> i ended up losing in the first round. it was a tough game to watch on the sidelines because they all fought hard. >> reporter: he didn't let them keep him off the field.
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he remained one of the most influential re influential players >> sean kept coming out every practice, every day and supporting us and driving us towards the end of the season >> after nine months spent in recovery, sean is back on the field and better than ever. this week, the team advanced for another shot at the coveted title >> people talk to me and said what was best and put me in a great place for this year to be able to come out and play 100% >> sean played on this field and cheered on the vikings four years. now his goal? is to play college soccer. >> going to be soar's missed. but some of the college that is are looking at him will find a gem >> that's why he's fox 29 athlete of the week >> you caught the ball >> i caught the ball. >> he's back playing. they had a big game this week >> this week the team did play in the semi final for the championship.
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unfortunately. they did lose the game, but i was told that he lost in penalty kicks. and there was a lot of -- talk to sean he's very proud of the way he played. >> another great story. i want somebody to throw a ball or something at me so i can catch it >> don't twist me twice >> do you have someone you'd like to nominate. use #fox29goodday. the latest october surprise rocking the clinton campaign this weekend as the fbi opens an investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails. what the nominee says she wants the american people to know. a plane in chicago caught fire before it left the ground. look at this. what officials say happened that left passengers scrambling to evacuate. of course, we always want to hear from you on social media. kathy baker said this is what i'll be dealing with tomorrow.
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surrounded by cowboys fans. and monte g, hello to my good day family, it's mama g, saying happy halloween. wow. ok. baby, baby. from paula, cat helping out. thank you for that. >> keep your comments coming. we will share them throughout the day. it's national cat day. we want to see cat pictures, candy, how you're spending halloween. tell us and use fox 29 good day.
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robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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bombshell in the rittenhouse race for the white house. hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server. coming up, we'll hear what hillary clinton says the american people need to hear. temple students can't forget how a mob of teens went on a violent attack a week ago.
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pleas find a big clue investigating two elaborate smash and grab robberies, the latest in macy's in northeast philadelphia. how police are trying to track down the brazen bandits. from the fox 29 study, this good day philadelphia weekend. first hour down, second still to come. we've had sports discussion, candy discussions. we got delicious -- candy on my mind, delicious weather. it just keeps getting better. >> i never really heard it described like that. it's kind of cold out there right now, grab the jackets, sweatshirt. but it's going to be a beautiful afternoon, head outdoors, check out some of the fall foliage as those temperatures will be climbing later on this afternoon. right now, live look outside of our studios. you can see beautiful conditions, a lot of sunshine. we're looking at kind of chilly
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weather right now. 42 degrees. the winds currently calm. we have the exact same feels like temperature as the air temperature. look at the 30's, 33 degrees right now in millville, 34 in atlantic city. 32 freezing right now in pottstown, and 33 in allentown. so yes, it's a cold start. weather by the numbers scale of one to ten, we'll give it a 10 by this afternoon at temperatures look at this, top out around 70 in center city down the shore, 67. 66 in lehigh valley. coming up, we'll talk about warmer temperatures for tomorrow. but there is a rainfall chance for part of the weekend. timing that out. plus what to expect for halloween. back over to you, bill. >> sounds good. thanks so much. scott. we're following a developing story this morning with the election just over a week away, the fbi drops a big october surprise. they found new e-mails that may be connected to hillary clinton's private server. what could this mean for hillary's chance at the presidency as she continues to
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rally voters? fox 29 sabina kuriakose is live at hillary clinton's campaign office in ardmore with the details. sabina, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, bill. well, i've been taking a look at polling data this morning, real clear politics aggravates a lot of that data. they show clinton leading donald trump by about five points, but that polling data was taken before yesterday afternoon when the fbi director dropped a bombshell in a letter to congress announcing the agency has found new e-mails and are reinvestigating hillary clinton. the e-mails emerged during a separate fbi inquiry into anthony weiner, the estranged husband of clinton's top aid huma abedin. he's accused of sexting a young girl. candidate donald trump reinvig rate odd the campaign trail praising the new investigation, which follows the fbi closing their initial probe into clinton's use of a private e-mail server.
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that was closed back in july. meanwhile, clinton is calling on the fbi to release more information on these new document documents. >> this was a grave miscarriage of justice that the american people fully understood. it is everybody's hope that it is about to be corrected. >> it's imperative that the bureau explain this issue and question whatever it is without any delay. >> reporter: now, bill, we know the battleground here right now for both these candidates are those undecided independent voters back here live, of course, we know pennsylvania, the keystone state, is a keystone in this election as well. it could be make or break for either candidate. both of them, donald trump and hillary clinton have been in our state in recent weeks, stumping out on the campaign trail. so come monday, bill, i'm sure
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we're going to have more polling data to let us know what kind of a game changer if any this new fbi investigation could be. back to you. >> thanks sabina. so little time left before the election. we're really going to see if this has immediate make. meanwhile, one of the women who accused donald trump of sexual misconduct hired power attorney gloria allred to represent her. she says he made inappropriate sexual advances. the 1997 pageant queen spoke with allred and says trump kissed her on the lips without her consent. she's speaking out now to sue the women accusing him of wrongdoing >> i feel like mr. trump is trying to silence all of the accusers who have come forward as well as others who may be thinking coming forward. that's myself, enough is enough. and i needed to stand up to donald trump. i feel that he is trying to bully and frighten us into
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silence. mr. trump >> mr. trump has repeatedly said his accusers are lying denies making sexual advances towards any of them. 8:05. let's take a look at some of this morning's top stories. two people in the hospital this morning after a crash in philadelphia's nicetown neighborhood. police say the to accident happened around 1:30 this morning along west hunting park avenue in north 19th street. two people were taken to temple university hospital with unknown injuries. investigators are still looking into the cause of the crash. right now, police are investigating possible voter fraud out of delaware county. fox 29 was the only one on the scene in norwood last night with the pennsylvania state police and investigators joining the state attorney general's office. sources say they served a search warrant on a company in connection of possible voter fraud. that company provides campaign and political canvassing services. the attorney general's office said it has no information to
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release at this time. we have not heard from the company involved. when we do get a response we'll bring it to you. students at temple university are seeing an increased police presence near campus. it's all after police say what they're calling a flash mob of 200 teenagers attack students and police just about a week ago. last friday night, the teenagers gathered on north broad and started attacking temple students and police, six students and two officers were pushed, punched or robbed last night. campus police were out on bike patrol and walking as a deterrent >> if you're not careful anything can happen. you got to be extra aware >> we have extra police. we've done roll calls out here, coordinating with philadelphia and septa police. we're going to coordinate resources start moving them in areas that we wants to see high concentration, of course, broad street, some side streets >> police are making it known they're available to escort students who ask for assistance from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. seven days a week. philadelphia police are on
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the hunt for several people wanted in connection with to the left two daring smash and grab robberies, and possibly more. the latest at macy's in northeast philadelphia. check out the surveillance video that was shot on the smash and grab incident. it was taken thursday afternoon during a heist at macy's on the boulevard. it's a still shot of the individuals involved. targeting watches. the robbery came after a similar incident at boyd's on chester. the crew drove this mers beens. investigators are looking for link to other smash and grabs at philadelphia mills and montgomery mall where over $100,000 in jewelry was stolen. . >> typically when you have a robbery situation, they can exploit at the same time. >> this crew knows what they're doing, experience and something we're going to try and get them off the street before they hurt somebody. >> police need your help. if you have information about the whereabouts of the get away
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car, police ask that you give them a call. a scary situation for passengers on a plane at chicago's o'hare airport. federal investigators say american airlines flight 383 experienced a rare and serious type engine failure in which parts of the engine just break off. 21 people were injured in the fire. this video as you see shows passengers coming down emergency slides, shows the plane on fire. passengers running away from the plane. we'll report more information as it becomes available. well-known landmark in our area being known as a destination for paranormal activity. >> coming up, well go inside the spooky fort mifflin: fall may be the perfect time to sell your home. we'll tell you all about that. what do we got coming in? this is what it's about. this is national cat day.
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but no cats. dogs only. and take a look at this from nicky. the sweetist cats ever. national cat day. send us yours. >> or dog pictures. >> from don johnson wesley is getting ready for halloween and watching good day weekend but they miss karen. >> we miss karen. >> look at the blue pumpkin >> you can see karen bright and early monday through friday 4:00 to 6:00 a.m. we'll be right back.
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♪ thriller. broke it outright as they're breaking it down. there was a rumor that they were going to have us do the thriller dance. >> coming up later. telling me in my ear we still can. careful what you wish for major blow to philadelphia's world renown eye care center wills eye hospital. it's lost its appeal to medicare and medicaid. means it cannot treat patients requiring more than 24 hours of care. it will coordinate with thomas jefferson hospital, but senator bob casey is vowing to keep working to get the department of health and human services to
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reverse that decision. meanwhile, wills is considering other legal options. the hospital said i quote our goal is to wondering with the center for medicare and medicaid services to reach a solution acceptable to both organizations and that protects the tens of thousands of patients who rely on wills eye. 8:13. it's time to take you in focus. this morning, it's a little spookyness. an investigation into whether one well-known place in our area is actually haunted. this stuff bugs me. let's see. our fox 29 award winning photo journalist bill roer went to check i it out. . >> reporter: 200 brave soldiers held the fort against the powerful british navy. others are about those >> sometimes there are sightings right around here who has no face.
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you see the body. no face. >> reporter: fort mifflin on every top paranormal website in america. michael bryant has been a paranormal investigator ten years. >> if anything comes close to it. >> he's had many encounters with a speared named the judge. >> this case may fort mifflin, full body ab bore itions. >> a grown and few lights went on meanwhile shooting this a full camera battery drained in minutes. spirits drain off energy >> several guests encounter add soldier given tours in the powder magazine >> you'll see a figure going
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back and forth. >> only to find out fort mifflins didn't have any tour guides working >> the only true stories shared by visitors and staff alike where they experience the same or similar spirit in the same location of the fort and pass it through the lengths of our documented history and ask does it make sense? if it does, we'll share that story with the public. >> reporter: some guests don't realize they had an encounter until they got home. check out this figure standing in the left corner. or this outline of a soldier standing in the powder magazine. whether you believe the photos are real or not. walking alone is a little creepy. in philadelphia, bill rohrer, fox 29 news. >> that camp is haunted. we'll look at it tomorrow. cam i can't with haunted houses >> the weather is not going to be too horrific, it is chilly to start out.
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bundle up if you're walking your dog or having breakfast on saturday morning, temperatures around freezing, in pottstown 32. 36 degrees in wilmington, 33 in millville, 42 in philadelphia. but look at the warmth off to our south and west. it's 68 in st. louis, 70 in houston. dallas 67, so that's where some of the milder air will come from. the average high, 63, but by this afternoon, we'll be approaching 70 degrees in philadelphia. 77 for the high temperature tomorrow with clouds moving in and showers by tomorrow afternoon and evening. weekend wendy is headed to north wales, for the 5k run. dawn timmeney will be at the halloween 5k. grab the jackets but temperatures will be moderating by noon, we're looking at 60.
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dry, quiet, a lot of sunshine for today. dry for much of the weekend boy tomorrow, clouds kind of increase but ahead of that front, those temperatures really climb into the upper 70's but look at the rainfall moving in with that front by tomorrow evening, we're looking at clouds and showers across parts of the area. and that frontal boundary kind of pushes into south jersey and delaware. you can the rainfall, 10:00, 11:00, out of here monday. we're past the peak as we move towards parts of the lehigh valley and poconos, but at peaks around philadelphia and moderate color as we move towards parts of south jersey. the seven-day forecast showing the nice weekend, 60 cooler by halloween. back to you. >> sounds good scott, thank you so much. let's go around the house. it's time to take a look at this and if you're looking to sell your home, now could be the time to do it.
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buyers are motivated so they can move in before the holidays. get it done. what do you need to know about getting your home in prime selling condition and why is now timing about doing that? expert sarah moyer joins us this morning. good morning. >> good morning. >> why is now the time? >> now is a great time because buyers tend to be really motivated because if they're in the market right now to buy, they are looking to hopefully be in something prior to the holidays. number one. number two, if you're a seller, what's great about this time of year is a lot of companies will relocate their executives at this time of year, so they can start new job and have their family relocated by the first of the year. the other thing is that the sellers, if they're empty nesters tend to want to be in their new home, so if i have a
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condo in florida, hopefully i'm there in time to enjoy the sun and fun >> timing, you just timing it works in all these situations just bought a house >> yes >> did all of this come into play >> absolutely. everything came into it. first of all, it was about timing. we wanted a to be in before the bad weather. second we got a little bit of a price break, i believe. i guess prices would go up, you would know more about this in march and spring, we got a little bit of break. >> there's more competition at that time of year. one of the beautiful things about listing now is they're not as many, if you're a seller, so the competition is less. >> part of it is, you just bought. getting your house ready for people to buy it. there's things you can do call them superficial and saving some money that you can get your house ready >> obviously, this time of year and all the foliage ends up on your lawn. the hardest thing about listing your house is contending with
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the leaves. you're going to need to stay on top of that. as far as getting your house ready, it's the same rules you would follow any other time, the house needs to be clean, decluttered. if you have painting to do, which you probably do unless it's been recently repainted. you want the house to look as pristine as possible >> getting ready for presentation >> correct. >> i have painting to do, which is why i felt a little accused in this situation. did all of that come into play? >> pictures were everything, bill >> i mean that. also taking another step. they have 3d technology takes you inside the house. that was everything. >> that got us to the property. when we walked in the property, it was a different ballgame. but pictures were everything >> what else is nice is it's so cosy and you want to be home. doing some baking, if you're listing a house and i do real
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baking. none these silly candles that smell like vanilla and apple my >> you messed up all of my solutions >> real baking is definitely a good thing. then eventually possibly your christmas tree, that smells good. it's a homey good time of year that makes your house show well. >> we got to get to the show, go around and set people's houses up >> i'd love a show. >> i would. yes. >> good stuff. pleasure to see you. we will have you back soon. guys? it can be a nightmare gum in your hair at this time of year? it's problematic for us. what do you do if this happens? get all of the tips to rescue your hair, kids' hair from a halloween nightmare. a lot of us do online shopping. but when are we doing it? that's a whole different story. what a new study found about philadelphia specifically and our shopping habits.
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♪ got a great event bring your kids in their halloween costume to the touch a truck event in the parking lot of the deptford mall today from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. they can explore the trucks they
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see but can never touch. you can ride a hey ride. trick or treat. kids are absolutely free and the event benefits the veterans multi-service center. right now, let's cash in. sometimes being nice can actually cost you money. >> i'm not kidding >> how about a few ways being nice cost you money and tips on figure it out >> ok. >> do you get a lot of invitations for in-home demonstrations different products and things like that >> i never go >> how come >> because i don't want to have to about. i believe it's like more expensive >> according to recent studies you'll spend more in someone's living room than you would buying the same product online >> you want to spend more to be nice. i'll just buy wine >> politely decline. the cashier was super friend,
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you forgot to use a coupon, are you too nice to go back >> i never go back >> smart phone ap called retail me not will help keep all your coupe pons on your phone and you're organized. >> not to be embarrassed >> camera guy, his father is selling candles for middle school. want me to buy the wallpaper, one with the candy, one with the cookies. >> it never ends, especially at work. people are hitting up for something, politely say >> why do you have be so polite? >> jen, your mother always said who likes everyone? be polite. when it comes to your money, sometimes you have to say no. >> no. >> my name is no. >> we're cashing out. ♪ >> do you do any late night online shopping?
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and if you do, you're not alone. according to shop runner an online shopping tool, 34% of philadelphians do overnight shopping making us the number two ranked city in the country for insomniaic shopping. people who are up late at nights are people who have kids apparently and who need a, you know, >> i don't know if we fall into that category >> late night shopper? >> not at all. i'm not really an online shopper >> not late night because we get up at 4:00 in the morning >> i'm an amazon.com guy and i'll order everything from paper towels to laundry detergent to sweatshirt >> you buy a lot of stuff you probably don't need. >> because you see some sort of either cool infomercial or sitting will lounging half tired
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>> the heated towel rack could be something purchased for my home. >> so no and a yes? >> absolutely. problem is too with the websites and technology, if you go and start looking at say nike shoes, all of a sudden, at the top of the website there's like five pairs of nike shoes you were looking at the night before and that's how they get you. >> you just pay by clicking yes on your phone. you know what we do what late night. we want to know about you. do you do any overnight shopping? let us know your thoughts in any social media channels, facebook, twitter, send us a video. ic be part of the show with our video. use #fox29goodday and we'll be right back.
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hillary clinton: this is not an ordinary time, and this is not an ordinary election. i want to send a message to every boy and girl and indeed to the entire world. that america already is great, but we are great because we are good.
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we are going to lift each other up. i want us to heal our country and bring it together. we have to start getting the economy to work for everyone... not just those at the top. making the best education system from preschool through college. making it affordable, because that's, i think, the best way for us to get the future that our children and our grandchildren deserve. my vision of america is an america where everyone has a place. this is the america that i know and love. if we set those goals and we go together, there's nothing that america can't do. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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♪ all right. for the kids watching, special halloween music. just for you. the weather is not going to be too bad. go over the next couple days and leading into halloween >> above average, temperatures will flirt with 70. by tomorrow, some spots could
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flirt with 80 degrees. but it is a cold start out there on this saturday morning. jackets and sweatshirt, but those temperatures will continue to climb with winds more out of the south and west. we have a chance for rain by tomorrow. and the halloween forecast we'll talk about that. 32 freezing right now in pottstown. 33 in trenton. 33 in millville. 34 right now down the shore at atlantic city. for the boardwalk we're looking at 46. 47 in cape may, and look at the 30's, cinnaminson, voorhees, cam right now 37. but look at where the warmth will be coming from, 68 in st. louis. 67 in dallas. those temperatures will be climbing by this afternoon. 70 for the high temperature in center city down the shore. a beautiful day, mild, breezy, 67 degrees. water temperatures right now still around 60. lehigh valley 66 for the afternoon. 70 today and look at tomorrow, 77 degrees. we will have that front move in
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late in the afternoon and evening and that will bring us a chance for some rain. right now, we're dry. we'll talk about that rain chance coming up. back over to you. >> thank you so much, scott. 8:33. there's trouble for a new jersey shelter that gives homeless people a chance to come in from the cold. the rescue mission of trenton managed to survive more than a century but soon could become history. our own hank flynn reports that the shelter is running out of money and running out of option options. >> reporter: how important are these shelters to people? did you ever go to them? did you ever use them? >> no, how do you use one? i did my own thing. my shopping cart whatever i do have. >> reporter: took a trip down to trenton and ran into thomas kid. he says he's not homeless but he was for years. he he didn't like the shelters
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seldom i did. >> they be aggravating you. aggravating. you don't have nothing you don't want to be aggravated. you got to try to figure out what you got into. >> reporter: boot strapped his way out on his own and plenty of people need help. that's where rescue mission comes in >> i came to here 19 months ago so broken and they're the only place that opened up for me. >> reporter: for 100 plus for years, rescue missions had a bed for people, meal, clean clothes, more than 100,000 meals in the emergency shelter last year, more than 50,000 bed nights. but ceo mary abbott young say economics are changing things for the worse >> what tipped for us the state of new jersey changed the way
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they interpret what's called emergency assistance which has rip add hole in the safety net and we have to find a way to repair that hole so that no one is left homeless. >> reporter: she ads that the mission's thrift shop isn't drawing what it used to. donations are down and expenses are up. went by a camp, hidden down by deserted tracks in route one in trenton before i went to the mission. nobody home. it's been getting colder, mary gay says she gets a rush when temperatures drop >> it means we'll double on a daily basis. you get a person himself on the outside. the very difficult. >> reporter: thomas kid said he did it, bustling with positive vibes as he headed to his home, but the shelters, food pantries are reporting a greater need and fewer donations where do they come from? government budget has been busted.
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maybe you can pitch in with your opinion at least. hit us up at hank fox 29. getting colder out there bundle up. >> we will direct you and you can tweet hank. while the kid may enjoy halloween, parents may enjoy it for some other treats. coming up halloween cocktail recipes that are certain to make your holiday even more fun.
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you out. no warning, no hearing. it's a lending practice so outrageous, most states banned it. but at the bank founded by pat toomey it was business as usual. forcing small business owners out of their homes. toomey even used his power in the senate to help himself, voting to gut rules that protect us and crack down on big banks.
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♪ looks good outside. pat tells us we're going to get up into the 70's? all sounds good. looking forward to it after the show, need to get out and enjoy it. at least for awhile. as you know fox 29 has a talented group of junior reporters, this morning lauren rapela was with us and you went to an inspiring event >> i did. it's put together every year by lesson owner martino cartier, and it grants every year wishes for children battling cancer and provides free wigs for women battling cancer to be there was absolutely incredible and to
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unite these people going through that journey together and bring them together >> let's check it out. >> reporter: the power of a hair stylist is under estimated. wigs for wishes is a powerful event made by salon owner. >> this year martino cartier hosted his fourth annual ago la empowering women with gorgeously styled wigs and granting children a night of wishes during their most vulnerable stage >> i thought if i could bring my industry and my friends together and never charge a woman, if we can make them look and feel like they don't have cancer, that's what life is about. >> reporter: was also filled with a lavish cocktail hour, auctions and numerous performances. one of which was a supporter and friend of martino, miss paula
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abdul >> he single handedly gave so much love and support and what he has done for granting wishes for these amazing children. and whatever wish they have he's able to accomplish and make those dreams come true. >> reporter: the night doesn't just end there. >> each year martino cartier finds a woman battling through her journey making her feel beautiful as she fights chemotherapy and combats her illness. >> to be queen of the night really just revitilizes and gave me strength when a lot of the time, you feel alone and you don't have any attention to be brought into this night, just incredible. >> reporter: this was true al night no one will ever forget. >> you're magical. i want you to know you have a friend in me and my support. >> wow. first of all, that was an
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amazing event. great job. >> thank you very much >> they need supporters. not just a one night thing >> the really easy to get involved. all you have to do, martino is amazing constantly tying to give back. just go to www dot friend are by your side.com. if you want to check out things they've been able to put together in the past >> another great sample of our great junior reporters >> thank you for having me >> we will continue on in just a moment. stay with us.
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. trending is one of the biggest and most exciting rivalries in football, the eagles and stinking cowboys, tonight show host jimmy fallon had some fun with looking at the head shots. let's take a look >> jordan hicks was vote theed to be one of the rug rats all burnt out. there's eagles safety riding in the cloud, voted most likely he'll get a helloly pop after the photo. here we have jason peters, voted most likely to have his head popped out of his jersey. we do that? there you go. that's him. yeah. eagles wide receiver bryce tregs, voted most likely to
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score a touchdown. bryce treggs had fun. can i get a social media shout-out at least? he's trying to get followers out of this. smart >> he's going to be clowned on national television, he might as well get followers >> has bryce tregg played yet? >> no, he has not. i do feel bad for jason peters, every time jimmy fallon does this, peters is the one. >> head back out of it. big boy. >> i think i'm going to keep it to weather >> why he's the best in the business professional. smooth on into the weather forecast. most likely to have at a great day >> you described it earlier as
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delicious. >> it's delicious weather. >> bill, loves the weather. it's kind of chilly right now, but hang in there. we're talking about above average temperatures, flirting with 70 later on today. beautiful live shot right now in wilmington, delaware. it chilly. temperatures right now 36 in wilmington, 42 philadelphia. we have 32 degrees freezing still in pottstown. 33 in allentown. we'll zoom in a little closer. west chester waking up to 33, downingtown 35, newtown square right around 41. we have the chill out there this morning, jacket sweatshirt but by this afternoon, temperatures topping outright around 70 in philadelphia. dry, quiet for today, but a frontal boundary will bring more clouds our way sunday. sunday ahead of that front. we stay dry and pretty warm. watch what happens by the evening. we're looking at some rainfall moving through the area with that frontal boundary.
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once again, this is sunday late afternoon into the evening, dinnertime then that front is out of here for monday. and turns cooler behind that front. so here's a look at that halloween forecast. we're looking at 3:00 temperatures. that should be the high of 60. temperatures dip into the mid 50's by 6:00, low 50's by 9:00. not too hot and not too cold for trick or treating. the temple game, beautiful weather, 70 by this afternoon, 77 degrees by tomorrow ahead of that front then the rainfall late in the day. drier, clearer, cooler 60 on monday. tuesday, low 60's. 70's again by wednesday. staying mild and breezy thursday. looks leak another front could bring cooler temperatures and the threat of showers as we move towards friday. that the a look at the seven-day forecast. we're going to send it now back over to you. halloween can be scary when
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it comes to their kids hair. we heard all sorts of stories about gum and candy ending up. i honestly didn't know that was a thing. apparently it is. >> march simpson the old fashion day >> we tried everything. grave video bacon fat, >> my scalp hurts from horse fly bite >> what's the best way of handling gum in their hair and other hair issues? as i said, i didn't know it was a thing but hair stylists melanie weeks joins us this morning. >> good morning. >> you have a big problem with this >> i use bleach to get the gum out and then you look like this. >> lovely hair we got good on board. is this a thing >> it is a thing. a lot of times kids will be out trick or treating and start chewing the gum, playing with the candy. kids don't pay attention. things will, lay down at night,
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fall asleep, it's in their hair. the most important thing is don't panic. a lot of time it looks a lot worse than it actually is. he decided to let us put chewed gum in his hair. he was a good sport >> you're a trooper. >> he's got gum in the hair. >> come here. gum in the hair. >> let's get the scissors. right >> never the scissors unless drastic. you're going to want to head to your kitchen, add olive oil or peanut butter. put it in the hair, let it sit five, ten minutes. it stiffens that gum up. i'm going to grab my comb over here. >> can we just cut it out? >> olive oil and peanut butter. it came out so easy. that's all you have had, you're
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going to have residue from the olive oil. just grab a clarifying shampoo, it will take the residue out and the super easy. no need to panic. >> can we cut her hair >> we cannot. >> this one off >> kind of wrap it up and have lots of tank else in it. what you want to do for ella, our little doll, you're going to spray detankler in, these are wet brushes, they are a parent's and a hair stylist's best friend. you're going to get in there, they're designed to take tangles right out. it's super easy. doesn't hurt. a lot of times kids don't want to let their moms brush their hair. this is a way to get them to not run screaming. a lot of time, halloween there's a lot of product. >> we're learning in. we don't have children and we probably were the people who put the gum in somebody's hair. now we're figuring out >> we like to hold the gum not
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intentional. >> it was an accident, i meant. third one >> same thing. basically, when you put -- no, never cutting. if you're ever thinking of cutting or if your kids decide to cut their own hair, come to us, great clips, we'll take care of it. they have the product, gel, hair spray, it can turn into this rat's nest. instead of trying to comb it out, you're going to take it out and wash it, first then again with the wet brush. it will get you through after everything, you know, gotten out of the hair, sometimes you'll need a little extra moisture. leave-in conditioner and good to go. >> we appreciate it. >> we learned something. >> hanging out with taco tom over here. we'll be right back. i promise i'm not going to cut the hair.
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. come on down to 4th and mark on monday. it will be a great time. the good day crew will reveal their costumes at 9:00 a.m. if you have kids bring them on down as well. going to be a party for all involved. we're looking forward to it. joins. something we've been looking forward to all morning, halloween costumes. >> good morning, sir. >> good to see you, my friend. how are you >> always a pleasure. >> my pleasure.
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>> nothing like a great drape on a saturday morning >> the best way to start before 9:00, drinking is a good thing. we're going to do two quick cocktails. halloween is about the kids i want to do a very good cocktail, mock tail. two quarts of water. this is our liquid monster maker. we're going to add blue. stir that around. get that into a fun bizarre color. then we're going to add these ice cube eyeballs. add them in there. >> how do you make those? >> you get a round ice cube mold and float a grape in them. then they look like eyeballs. >> we're hearing from off camera >> you can just give it a little shake or stir.
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then add it to a glass. flip it >> then give it a little crown with this spritzer. >> you handle the grown up one. >> ice in a shaker glass, two cubes really quickly. then what we're going to do is this is a car mall apple manhattan. we're going to -- >> you're strong. you can handle that >> you're setting me up for failure right there >> about an ounce of the car medical syrup. pour that right in. good. bunnedle a little, a maro. shake it. give it a little pour into our glass and garnish and your way to go. >> thank you everyone.
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