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forty five can american students at penn. what students say is most 58ing this. plus, night three of protests over donald trump presidency. we're on the ground with protesters. your news in 30 seconds. >> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 10. developing at 10:00 an ugly and frightening cyber attack.
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the post or racist and violent and cruel and targeted african american students at the university of pennsylvania. they received the messages this morning ton night the school is taking act. good evening, i'm dawn timmeney. >> i'm chris oh com. many students are worried this may be part of a disturbing trend. let's get straight out to fox 29's brad sattin on campus in university city tonight. brad? >> reporter: chris, university tonight is calling this deplorable and repugnant. there are about 7% of the students here at penn who are african-american. some of them woke up this morning to receive a message that literally left them in tears. 300 students poured into huntsman call on the penn campus outraged and shaken over the post that black freshmen students received this morning through anonymous messaging app called group me racial slurs, pictures, threats of violence and a calendar for daily lynching. >> i just woke opine saw i was invited to a group me. they made an event like a calendar event saying it's lynch day and that they're going to
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lynch -- try find any black person they can lynch. that was like the main event. >> the university says it appears the account may have been created in oklahoma on it referencing to daddy trump and trump's dye sip bells these med school students say it's not isolated case. >> i don't understand how any not just any african-american on this campus it's not just african-american americans being targeted but any minority in this country could feel safe. >> african-american students say the hints of racism in the past exploded after the election. >> there's been racial tension. distrust from blacks and whites and minorities and whites in general. >> in a bar off campus -- >> they were chanting build that wall. build the wall moments after trump was seeming to win. >> chad deanne las sits 2001 penn grad and ends the anti racism organization. >> this is direct reaction to him being elected president of the united states. recreated this atmosphere and
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he's awakened the dark seat of our dem zoo. >> penn tried to assure students its working non-stop to offer support and determine the source close to the media black student group call the town hall meeting with the university president offering comfort and counseling to those feeling scared. >> we're basically just having this as space for people to share their emotions and feel comforted within the black community. >> reporter: mayor jim kenney condemn the incident. tonight there are a series of on-going investigations. dawn? >> brad, thank you. happening right now, for the third night in a row people are taking to the streets of philadelphia to protest president-elect donald trump. it's one of a number of cities throughout our country where folks are participating in demonstrations. organizers called for a peaceful rally at city hall. they're hoping to send message of unity at a time when our country feels so divided. >> fox 29's dave kinchen has been covering the rally all night and dave from all reports these protests have been relatively calm?
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>> reporter: yes, very calm here in philadelphia. that's something that's very important to this particular group that rallied tonight. despite many people saying what can these protests possibly do? we talked to some people who say they think they're already making some change. >> night three of outrage. >> we reject the president-ele president-elect. >> through the bone-chilling cold anger still running hot amongst protesters who can't stomach president-elect trump. >> my party has failed me. a racist, sexist has become the least my party. >> reporter: larry west is a republican but says not for much longer. >> a man endorsed by the clan has endorsed by my party and become president. and they have not renounced him. >> reporter: while this group of a few hundred is not as large as the previous nights rallies these friday night active visits say they stand for the lgbtq community and people of color. groups they say trumps agenda
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ignores. >> i have a lot of friends all over the world, and they keep asking us, what, why, and they don't see protests like this so they think that all of us are for what is essentially going to happen and i wanted them to see that we're not all there. >> the organizers are sure to demonstrate the right way. >> we seeing how port lapped oregon has done it with the violence. we'll protest with love today. like we really going try to fight hate with love. >> reporter: after news today that trump may keep portions of obama care intact, many find at least some encouragement in their activism despite the election being over. >> i think maybe the protests the last couple of days made him realize he has to be flexible to meet needs of the whole country and not just the people that voted for him. >> reporter: some of the people who put on this rally to night are from the old occupy movement. they say they will even protest donald trump's inauguration on january 20th of neck year. back to you, dawn and chris. >> all right, thank you, dave.
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president-elect donald trump offered up two big surprises today. >> one about obama care something trump had previously promised to repeal. well in an interview with the wall street journal he said after conferring with president obama he would consider leaving in place certain parts of the affordable care act. he can compromise. around trump tower this morning, security barriers were extended. this is part of protocol not as a result of protests and despite the tension the transition goes on with perspective cabinet members and staffers popping in and out of trump tower many deflecting questions about their role including former new york city mayor rudy guiliani. >> we've been friends for 28 years. all of my work of work on behalf of him has been out of great loyalty and friendship to him. i can see already how he is going to be a great president, and i'm glad i could play a small role.
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>> senator jeff session social security one to look at one of the first to trump on the band wagon. he said to be running for basically any position he wants. meantime, new jersey governor chris christie who had been running trump's transition team for the past several months is being replaced. christie no longer the leader of that team. today trump announced he's replacing christie with vice president-elect mike pence. three of trump's children will also play important roles on the team alongside former new york mayor rudy guiliani and neurosurgeon ben carson. >> new developments tonight in the bridge gate scandal wolf former aids of governor christie convicted in the traffic scheme have filed for a new trial. it comes after a week after a jury found bridget kelly and bill baroni guilty on all counts. the duo was convicted of creat creating traffic jams on the george washington bridge back in 2013 as political pay back. defense attorneys had filed for mistrial last week but a judge denied that request. and knew tonight philadelphia police are trying to track down whoever shot two
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people on the streets of hunting park. this happened around 6:30 tonight. along the 3900 block of nipth street. investigators telling fox 29 someone shot a 26-year-old man and a 32-year-old woman both are at temple university hospital in stable condition tonight. on your radar, a chilly night before a frigid morning. meteorologist scott williams with some seriously cold weather on the way. scott. >> absolutely, dawn. i mean the high temperature was 64 degrees this afternoon. we've already dropped 20 degrees. right now at 10:00 o'clock look at the numbers. 44 officially at the philadelphia international airport. still kind of windy. winds out of the north at 12 miles per hour with higher gusts. up to 30 miles an hour. but look at the temperatures. 42 in reading. 42 allentown. 33 right now in the poconos. mid 40s millville and atlantic city. and as we expand the view look at all of the blew that colder air just funneling down we're looking at um per 30s right now in syracuse along with buffalo.
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so for tonight, we expect a low of about 35 degrees. that will make it the coldest so far this season. as we talk about those overnight low temperatures, 35 in the city, but outside of the city, into the suburbs, north and west, right around 30, and places in like pottstown, allentown 30 even in millville. so we do have frost advisories posted for delaware county, also, for philadelphia county from 3:00 a.m. until 8:00 a.m. on your saturday morning. wake up feels like temperatures in the upper 20s to low 30s. but hang in there. because we had see a rebound for the second half of the weekend. we'll detail that with the seven day coming up. >> all right, scott. thank you. ceremonies across the nation today on this veterans day. president obama paid tribute to america's veterans this morning at arlington national cemetery. the president laid an honorary wreath of the too many its of the unknown soldiers. it honors men and women who fought in world war one and two
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along with the korean and vietnam wars. he paused with a moment of silence to remember the fallen servicemen and women the us honors on this veterans day. >> veterans day often follows a hard fought political campaign, an exercise in the free speech and self government that you fought for. it often lays bare disagreements across our nation but the american april sting has never been to find isolation in opposite corners. it is to find strength in our common creed. >> the president also hosted a veterans day breakfast at the white house this morning for those who served in the military and their family members. here at home we also honored our veterans in various special ways. >> one question must be asked, are we doing enough to honor their sacrifice during the rest of the year? our bruce gordon has the story of one veteran's tough road back to civilian life
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after a group that helped him pave the way. >> reporter: 6084 old clarence mayo says serving eight years in the us marine corps was no picnic. >> but coming home to philadelphia was no bargain another. >> what was that like for you? >> not good. to be honest it really wasn't good. took me a long time to find job when i got back. >> reporter: he lost that job, he lost his home. living out on the streets. >> even when i was younger they said everybody is a paycheck away from being homeless. when you're a kid you don't believe that. not until you get to an adult and you lose your job then reality sets in. >> reporter: we met mayo at a holiday luncheon put on by the non-profit veterans multi service center it offers a comprehensive program of resources for military vets. clarence and others like this that means help finding housing an job. free meals, laundry service, even a haircut when needed. most of the staff are themselves veterans so they know how tough it can be to transition from
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military to civilian life. >> they've been removed from pretty much their safety net. when they returned everything has changed, and they have to find their way. >> reporter: vmc helped mayo find housing. helping him find work. >> maybe i was one of the lucky ones but i appreciate everything the center provided for me, and got me on the straight and narrow path. >> reporter: and so as the luncheon ends, mayo heads out with a donated winter coat over his arm and a free septa pass in his pock he's clean, sober and ready to work but he knows there are plenty of vets in far worse shape. >> i don't care if you suffer from alcoholism, drug addiction or mental illness help these guys when you can. >> reporter: multi service sister of center ma given mayo computer training and helped him get his certification to drive a forklift. we wish him well on the job hunt. if you know a veteran who needs help go to we'll link you to the information you need. in old city, i'm bruce gordon fox 29 news.
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a fire sparks at the start of a cold night. the flames spread to four homes. but tonight there's still something to be thankful for film we've already told obey string of recent crashes involving philadelphia police. since then there have been even more costing you even more money. the surprising revelations we just uncovered.
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♪ more than a dozen people are out of their homes tonight after a fast-moving fire in montgomery county. it tore through four row homes before firefighters could actually get it under control. >> now several families are staying elsewhere tonight. let's get straight out for shawnette wilson.
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she's live on the scene in norristown for us tonight. shawnette. >> reporter: well, when we got here, several families were still here talking with the red cross trying to get help staying at a hotel tonight. now these homes behind me sustained damage about four homes we're told but the good news tonight no one was hurt. >> really upset. it's horrible. >> reporter: families wrapped in blankets they got from the red cross stand outside their burned out row homes in norristown after a fire earlier this evening. >> i think we going to go to hotel right now and see. >> this man rushed home from work after friend called him to tell him his house on the 1,000 block of erie street was on fi fire. his six family members who were home got out. >> saw my family there. upset. crying. >> reporter: the fire started around 4:00 o'clock. two hours later, firefighters were able to get it under control. skyfox threw over as smoke billowed from the homes. four of them sustained damage. people who live nearby say they
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rushed over to help. >> running down here i knocked on people' doors. >> reporter: investigators say no one was hurt. neighbors who watched it from beginning to end say they're surprised that everyone got out okay. >> a lot of white smoke coming out and next thing you know looked like the whole row was on fire. it was crazy. >> reporter: and the fire marshal was here on scene late this evening but we're still waiting to hear what started this fire. dawn and chris, back to you. >> all right, shawnette, thank you. the university of pennsylvania is investigating the possibility of underground fraternities sororities on campus. >> secret groups are not affiliated with the school's greek live. the school formed a task force to look into these clubs after an underground fraternity sent a party invitation to freshmen women that was inn appropriate. university officials say that some students were upset by the sexually suggestive language and posted copies on campus. the school says these types of groups engage in high-risk
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behaviors. veterans day celebrations happening all across the delaware valley today. one of the biggest parades now in its 57th year took place in media delaware county. it's actually the largest veterans day parade in the state of pennsylvania. more than 10,000 people lined state street to honor those who fought to protect our freedoms. i know you were there, chris. >> yeah. that was great. always great parade. >> yeah. one of donald trump's major issues during his campaign was the state of vet answer affairs. >> on this day with honor our veterans a look now how we are caring for them. fox's kevin cork with more tonight from the white house. >> together we begin this work. together we must continue to keep that sacred trust with our veterans and honor their good work with our own. >> reporter: in a speech marking veterans day at arlington national cemetery president obama said today va is better than ever at taking care of our veterans and to prove it the white house says the va budget has grown by 85% sin the
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president took office. a figure that includes mandatory and discretionary spending. however, a major reason for that growth is the growing need. the us after all has been engaged in fighting in wars in afghanistan and iraq. >> the actions we're taking are showing improved results so the important thing for the next administration to do is to keep the transformation going. >> reducing wait times for access to care for example is just one of many issues trump administration will need to tackle. experts say the valy needs to speed up decisions on benefit appeals ton continue to reduce the number of homeless veterans which has been cut in half since 2009. >> our veterans are incredible people. we will embark upon a project of national growth and renewal. i will harness the creative talents of our people and we will call upon the best and brightest to leverage their tremendous talent for the benefit of all. >> president-elect donald trump made improving conditions for veterans one of the center
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pieces of his campaign. and while there's no um peerie cal evidence of his crit teak that illegal immigrants are treated better than veterans m mr. trump overall message hit the mark. >> everyone can agree we have to do better by our veterans. you know, the va scandal over the last few years was a national embarrassment and the va needs to be improved, it needs to be modern knifed, needs to be cleaned up. there are some bright spots like the gi bill but everybody can agree we've got more work to do. >> reporter: more work to do to honor those who have given so much for so many and ask for so little in return. the president also said today the american people should resist any efforts to privatize or outsource veterans health care. not so veiled shot at the president-elect donald trump who has proposed a veterans id card that would essentially unable veterans to use private medical care if va care was not readily available. at the white house kevin cork, fox news. it's a day to celebrate
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veterans and we are saluting our women in uniform. how some local air women say they're time in the service has created a bond like no other. >> and bill cosby's lawyer expects to be cleared of the sexual assault allegations against him and after that the iconic comedian apparently has some big plans. we're going to explain. >> now with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly. good evening, everybody. we got a bridge opening it's good news for the lang from lawn crest and olney. adams of a bridge that goes over the tacony creek reopened today after all that construction and that's great news to the gang from the neighborhood. 16,000 from the folks that use that each and day ring the bell there and north on 95 all weekend long watch for huge delays between washington avenue and center city. they have to repair a huge slab of concrete. instead of four lanes at times it will go down to two. we'll check the jam cams, bright and early tomorrow morning when
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i see you on "good day philadelphia" weekend. he gets a lot of compliments.
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he wears his army hat, walks around with his army shirt looking all nice. and then people just say, "thank you for serving our country" and i'm like, that's my dad. male vo: no one deserves a warmer welcome home. that's why we're hiring 10,000 members of the military community by the end of 2017. i'm very proud of him. male vo: comcast.
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wednesday. her family believes she was abducted. the mother of two went for a jog near her home and she has never returned. her husband says he found her cell phone on the side of the road. investigators say the results of the polygraph indicate he has no involvement with the disappearance of his wife. >> if she's listening i want to say -- we're trying and, um, um, we're trying the best we can and i'm so sorry that i'm not there. bring her home. bring her home. just bring her home. >> police they're working more than 100 leads butter so far no suspects. a $50,000 reward is being offered for sherri'ss safe return. bill cosby's lawyers say the comedian expects to be cleared in his criminal sexual assault case. >> and he may even plan tore start his show business career according to the lawyers. an attorney representing cosby in a defamation lawsuit wants a judge to seal documents that hold information about the comedian's compensation for
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performances. women suing bill cosby say that he has no future in show business and won't be hurt if that information is disclosed. but bill cosby's lawyers say that once he's cleared of his charges, he expects to resume his career. well, on monday, you're going to want to look up in the sky to see that. you'll able to see very large bright moon called the super moon. eighths rare phenomenon that happens when moon gets closest to the earth during its orbit. well nasa says the best time to see the super moon is early monday morning just before sunrise when the moon is closest to the earth. what will happen then the moon will look 14% bigger, 30% brighter. last time this happened was 1948. >> pretty cool. >> are you going to watch. >> i'm definitely going to get up. how about you? >> no. >> we told i was recent crashes involving philadelphia police and since there there have been even more crashes and it's
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costing you even more money. surprising revelations we just uncovered. >> scott williams tracking the forecast. i know he'll be watching that super moon. >> great viewing for weather for that as we approach the upcoming weekend. get ready to crank the heat tonight. temperatures are dropping. how it gets next. >> here's look what's coming up at 11:00. thank you for your service. isn't that what we tell veterans on veterans day? but what are we willing to back it up win nationally and personally in just a few minutes. ♪this holiday season, my good friend gave to me♪ ♪7 powerball tickets ♪6 match 6 chances ♪5 cash 5s ♪4 cash 4 lifes ♪3 pick 3s ♪2 mega millions (joe) happy holidays, rita. (rita) thanks, joe! (man) what a great gift! (announcer) pennsylvania lottery tickets make great gifts, like the new $1 million snow bank. (joe) happy holidays! ♪and best wishes from the lottery♪
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this happened last month. police say an officer had pulled over a pickup truck and while he was talking to the driver the driver took off, dragging the police officer. >> he's definitely wrong. he shouldn't have took off.
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you know, so i don't know what was going on. in miss mind to sit there and try to take off on the police while he's hanging out the car that's ridiculous the suspect 3884 old edmund brown ended up crashincrashing into parked carn got into a scuffle with the officer and tried to run off. that's when the officer fired his weapon hitting brown in the leg. that officer is on administrative leave while prosecutors investigate exactly what took place and determine if the officer was justified. brown meantime is being held on $100,000 bail. now to a follow up to a recent fox 29 investigates report on crashes involving philadelphia police. since our report last month, there have been more accidents, more injuries and some new information on how much these police-involved accidents are costing city taxpayers. >> as fox 29's dave schratwieser reports, the costs reach into the tens of millions of dollars. >> reporterdollars. october 27th broad and pike,
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objection 17th 57 and chestnu chestnut. october 13th. bridge and tacony street. if the involving philadelphia police continue to pile up and so do the injuries and cost to taxpayers. >> we have responsibility to the city and the people who pay ta taxes here to make sure that we drive this down as much as we can. >> reporter: even commissioner ross has said his department has to do more to cut down on crashes. after a fox 29 investigates report showed hundreds of crashes in the last five years. and millions of dollars in damages getting paid by taxpayers. >> in all of these accidents keep in mind they're not necessarily the fault of the police officer. >> correct. >> we certainly have our share. >> reporter: now, new documents obtained by fox 29 showed the costs to be much higher than the $20 million we first reported. city officials now say when you add in the costs of accident settlements, lawsuits and workers compensation for
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officers injured in these crashes, the figure topped $53 million over the past five years. here's how it all breaks down. damage costs for civilian vehicles involved in accidents with police costs tax over $20 million in the last five years. pre-lawsuit settlements made by the city over some of these accidents totaled $529,000 since 2010. lawsuits filed again the police in connection with accidents resulted in over $23 million in payouts and workers compensation costs for officers injured in crashes totaled almost $9.5 million. >> we can do better, and we need to do better just for the safety of all concerned. >> my family is torn. we're broken hearted. at this point the man, you know hooks did a lot of things in our life he's no longer here. >> reporter: worrell knows the main of these accidents stretches far beyond the
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financial loss to taxpayers. she lost her brother curtis back in september when his motorcycle collided with a police suv at wister and chelten. the 37-year-old father of three died in the horrific crash. >> i just feel like someone some take responsibility for what happened. >> video tape shows that the officer went against the red light. we also have multiple witnesses who have testified and have come forward saying that there was no siren on at the time. >> reporter: worrell family is still awaiting the results of an investigation into the septemb september 3rd accident. the family's attorney believes something needs to be done to reduce police crashes and the damages left behind. >> something has gone wrong. this is, you know, a perfect storm and something has to be done about it britt impacts more people. >> reporter: police involved in accidents are investigated by police accident investigators
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officers can be disciplined and barred from driving depending upon investigator's findings. >> our officers are retrained after, you know, their time is up on the -- on the accident they get a non-driving status and go back up for training. >> there are that are -- those are the ones we have to work on. >> we're out there to help community. we can't get if we can't get there. >> still without answers about the crash that took curtis worrell's live the family wonders what will be done to reduce the crashes and stop these tragedies for the police and the public. >> just basic safety or basic precaution would stop things like fatalities from happening. just basic things like having a siren on so that we can hear you coming. the cops aren't getting that what's the point of the siren. >> dave schratwieser fox 29 ne news. >> a glitch on facebook may have had you doing a double take today or calling a family member to make sure they were okay. we'll explain what happened.
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>> here's something you don't see every day. a deer in a department store. the frightened deer couldn't make the exit so he made its own. what witnesses say happened next.
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♪ there was a strange glitch going on on facebook today social media site thought some of the users were dead. here's some screen shots of profiles of fox 29 employees you can see at the top of these pages facebook posted a memorial banner urging family and friends to remember the user. >> that's me. iodide. >> only one problem no one died. i didn't die. i don't know. no word yet though -- i don't feel left out. no word from facebook though on exactly why this happened. weird though. >> very strange. well in your money believe it or not there's only two weeks until black friday and retailers are optimistic about the upcoming holiday shopping
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season. the wall street journal reports macy's and kohl's are very upbeat. they expect consumers to turn their attention from voting to shopping. perhaps even more importantly unseasonably warm weather across. of the country national retail federation predicts holiday sales will increase by three-point 5% this year to $6,656,000,000,000. >> that's a lot either way you cut it. on this veterans day some perks. >> lots of businesses are offering special deals this holiday to honor americans who served our country. ihop giving out free red, white and blue pancakes to veterans, love that. red lobster giving a free appetizer or dessert to vets and active duty military with valid military id and baskin robbins is donating 11 cents to united service organizations for every ice cream scoop sold in the u.s. today. good reason to get ice cream. veterans day became a legal
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federal holiday back in 1938. well, as chris was talking about, the holidays rapidly approach. new survey about gift carters says we like to give them more than we like to get them. a survey by bank found more than half of all gift givers say some of the presents will definitely be gift cards this year but just over quarter of americans say they would actually like to get a gift instead of a gift card. so you may want to try to be little more cree grave this year. they're easy though, right. >> they're easy. don't worry i'll get i was gift card. it's a day to celebrate veterans and we're saluting our women in uniform. how some local air women say their time in the service has created a bond like no other. >> and our scott williams tracking your very chilly forecast. >> some of the coldest air so far this season moving in at least the start of the upcoming weekend but we are tracking some rebounding temperatures next.
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he gets a lot of compliments. he wears his army hat, walks around with his army shirt looking all nice. and then people just say, "thank you for serving our country" and i'm like, that's my dad. male vo: no one deserves a warmer welcome home. that's why we're hiring 10,000 members of the military community by the end of 2017. i'm very proud of him.
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♪ shoppers at a department store in oklahoma got an unexpected visitor. yes, that is a buck deer smashed its way into an american eagle store. close your eyes dawn. >> i don't like these kind of stories. >> he left the only way he knew
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how right through a story window. shattering the front glass. no word if the deer was hurt. but hard to imagine that it would have been just by looking at. bystanders say he ran off away from the store. still not clear on how that deer got inside. >> i feel bad for him. it's time now to pay special tribute to some local women who put their uniform every day in defense of our country. they are all serving in our nation's air force. >> and they say the bond creat d during their time is that of sisters. fox 29 photo journal list george roach has their story. i know that i am an american airman. ♪ >> i'm an air space medical
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technician. >> security force specialist. >> in charge of shipping and receiving. >> i provide important information to pilots and sensor operators in the rpa community. >> i'm in dental services here at her sham air national guard. >> i'm a pilot on the m29 reaper aircraft. >> i am an aerospace medical technician. >> chapter of 111th commander security squadron. >> my grandfathers were all in the air force and the navy. >> my sister actually was five years younger than i. she went through basic training. >> just something i really wan wanted to do and still disciplining myself. >> i decided what better way to continue that family legacy than to enlist in the united air force. isn't we had only three females out of squadron of 300. i was the only woman and i was senior ranking i was in charge of a lot of folks. >> in the beginning i was very shy and quite and i kept to myself and just did my job. >> i became very close with some of my co-workers here, and i
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know that they would have my back. >> i learned that nobody is going to get through the big machine by themselves. >> it's more than a job. it's family as well. and there's always support. >> once you do that and overcome your shyness or, you know, you not being so outspoken it really gives i was sister personality and a builds your character. >> the jet doesn't care if you're a man or a woman woman. the jet doesn't care if you're tall or shore. the jet doesn't care about your race or your riri live john. all the jet cares about is that you know how to fly it. >> as a medical professional i'm able to help many people hopefully all over the world. >> i like knowing that i make difference every day and that everybody -- >> there continues to be more opportunities for females across the board in the guard and you have every opportunity to to take advantage of that. >> you hold the same job as male.
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you can get paid the same as male in the military i think is a great accomplishment. >> if it weren't for them i wouldn't have a chance to prove that i could do the same job as any other man and it's just an mazing feeling knowing that i'm here because other women took the stand and broke the stereotypes for me to be where i'm at. >> we definitely still have to continue to make strides, and make sure that females have voice in the military is extremely important. >> we're all part of a team to make the air force the best air force that's out there. this is a sister hood. >> it's definitely a sister ho hood. >> you better believe this is a sister hood. ♪ and let's take look at the fox 29 weather authority. scott, i'm pulling out my longjohns. >> good idea because those temperatures they're dropping right now, dawn. we had a high temperature of 64 degrees in philadelphia. already down into the low and
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mid 40s. going for the 30s by tomorrow morning. still kind of breezy those winds sustained 12 miles an hour in philadelphia. look at the winds 24 miles an hour in millville. millville gusting now over 30 miles per hour with those winds of change. temperatures in millville 45, 45 atlantic city. 40 in wrightstown. low 40s trenton. 44 right now philadelphia. 33 already in the poconos. so overnight low temperatures, we're looking at 26 degrees by saturday morning in the poconos. 30 in at len town and pottstown. 32 in wilmington. 35 philadelphia. 31 in atlantic city. we also have frost advisories. 3:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. on saturday. delaware county and philadelphia county watching out for some of that patchy frost as those winds diminish overnight. saturday night into sunday morning, we have freeze watches all of delaware and also cape may county there in parts of south jersey. so high pressure will dominate the upcoming weekend.
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wall to wall sunshine for tomorrow but it stays chilly hoy temperatures upper 40s, low 50s. area of high pressure moves farther to the east by sunday giving us that return flow. winds more out of the south and temperatures rebound nicely. in fact we're looking at 51 in philadelphia for the high temperature tomorrow. 60 degrees on sunday. so those temperatures looking pretty good as we go hour by hour. tailgate weather on your sunday, temperatures in the low 50s. light jacks, first kick kick off there we're looking at 57. temperatures by fourth quarter in the upper 50s nearing that high temperature of 60 degrees. the weather authority seven day forecast showing early next week we have a chance for some clouds maybe some showers watching a bit of a coastal system that wants to kind of skirt the region bringing with it some rainfall. we'll watch that. otherwise seasonal temperatures topping out in the upper 50s to right around 60 degrees. sean brace, what do you have. >> scott, cold weather means
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college basketball is here. that's right. college basketball night one. villanova, looing to get off on the right foot as the defending champion. that sounds nice. we have the highlights and after a tough loss in overtime on wednesday the sixers look to bounce back and get their first win of the season. did they punch one up in the win column? find out next in sports.
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>> the last time the sixers won a game in the month of october or november was november 22nd, 2013. since that time the sixers have lost 43 straight games in those two months. after wednesday's overtime loss to the pacers minus joel embiid the sixers had a feeling no tonight the streak comes to an end. let's just see what happens. this one went to overtime. taking on the pacers again. sixers down by one with less than a minute joel embiid gets the hoop and the harm over all allen. nice embiid had 25 points, seven rebounds amazing game by the big man. here we go eight seconds left sixers up by four. paul george for three. no good. jeff teeing heaves it up and gets this the sixers get their first win of the season. >> yay! isn't 109-105. got to love it. when it comes to the eagles number one running back darrin sproles the saying age ain't nothing but a number hits home. that's easy for us to say we're sitting on the couch on sundays.
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the secret to sproles success is pretty easy. practice makes perfect. >> if you don't practice fast, you can learn bad habits, and for him it's always about practice and fast and so he doesn't have bad habits that way, and it all stems in practice and that's from a seasonalled veteran played lot of football in the national football league. >> big one on sunday for sure. it's the beginning of special week in toronto. the hockey haul of fame inducts former flyers great eric lindh degrees on monday before that takes place the flyers and maple leaf lace them up for the hockey haul of fame game this evening. north of the border we go t dot as the kids like to say flyers down one on the power play the captain coughs it up the bad pass and leo comes up with the puck. goes on fast break gets the shorthanded goal couple times this happen to the flyers this year witness shorthanded stuff. toronto go up five-three. the flyers lose six-three. how about some hot stove
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news. phillies made a trade this afternoon% baseman darrin ruf to minor league and darn net scene tee to the dodgers exclaim for they-year-old howie went trick. he will most likely be the phillies every day left fielder next season. i like that move. how about college hoops. temple and nova hoops opened up their season tonight. one team playing for a little bit more this season i'm talking about villanova pursuit for back to back titles a feat that hasn't happened since the florida gators did it gab in 2006 and seven. can't win championship tonight versus lafayette but start one one-zero and nova did exactly that. brunson to josh hart with a huge dunk. nasty dunk. nova never trailed in this one, they win easily 88-freight. over to broad street temple land sal in a big five matchup to star the season. we go to overtime. temple up five. pookie powell bring it up for lasalle and gets stripped by alston.
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alston goes to the rack lays it up temple up by seven. they never looked back. they come out on top 97-92. finally how about some soccer that's right usa soccer 2018 world cup qualifier match. game tied at one. 89th minute. that's not a good set piece right there for team u.s. a. they lose a heartbreaker to mexico a long way to go to go in this one. 218 world cup. but they lose tonight two-one. tough one right there. >> what were those two names? >> shades alston. >> and pookie powell. >> i like that. >> lasalle. last check on weather it will be cold tomorrow morning. >> we're talking some of the coldest numbers of the season so far in philadelphia. we bottom out 38 degrees. forecast tomorrow morning, 35, high temperatures only 51 in philadelphia. some folks will be stuck in the upper 40s. but then a nice rebound on sunday. look at those high temperatures topping out around 60 degrees. >> nice day for eagles game though. >> yeah. >> all right. thanks scott. dawn timmeney standing by with
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