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for a teen's killer the 14-year-old victim was gunned down just walking to the store with a friend. good evening, i'm iain page. >> lucy noland. police are trying to figure out why agent. n wilsey became a target. dawn is live in northeast philadelphia where he live. have you been speaking with those who new him. >> reporter: i have, lucy. as you can imagine everyone is heart broken. not even police can figure out why anyone would want to kill a 14-year-old boy. investigators are looking into possibility that it could have been an attempted robbery or something else. still it is not making the pain any easier to deal with. >> i felt terrified. i couldn't believe it. like everybody kept telling me i just couldn't believe it. i thought it was fake. >> frank myers is still trying to comprehend his good friend is gone. shot to death last night in mayfair. a gofundme page already raising thousands of dollars to cover the ninth greater's funeral
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expenses. myers learned the horrible news at school. >> i was about to guy in school and everything. i kept the pain inside. >> counselors were on hand to talk to students at northeast high school where he was a freshman. myers said he and ian had been friends since the sixth grade. he left school this afternoon to check on his friend's familiarly. >> i'm standing seeing his mom cry and his brother cry. charles his brother never cries. >> iain was killed 9:00 o'clock last night. he and a 16-year-old friend were walking to a store when two guys walk up to them and pumped several bullets into iain's chest. >> 14 that's a baby. you really come down it to. call him a teenager but that's a baby. >> i can't imagine what would have been the reason. >> reporter: neither can his good friend frank who says iain was a kind fun-loving guy. >> i heard he got shot, iain, he ain't the type of guy to get shot. he's not that type of person. he just liked football. that's his thing to play football. >> reporter: so sad. a $20,000 reward is being offered for information leading
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to an arrest. iain was shy of his 15th birthday next month. and now his family is planning a funeral instead of a birthday party. that gofundme page set up to help cover funeral pages is well over $6,000 a link at for anyone wanting to donate. lucy? >> knowing our viewers, they will. thank you so much, dawn. a man wanted for breaking into a woman's bensalem home and sexually assaulting her is in jail tonight. prosecutors have charged 21-year-old derek anderson with burglary indecent assault and related offenses. we were there as he walked to court this morning. police say anderson is homeless so they found him in abandoned car. the victim's 10-year-old daughter was at home at the time of the assault on saturday morning just feet away from her mom. she is however not hurt. turning to your fox 29 weather authority now. it's been a rainy day out l you know that around the area cameras caught some people trying to stay dry under umbrellas in center city earlier this afternoon but the rain
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wouldn't give even an inch. here's live look at old city right now. the rain is still coming down in parts of our area. let's get over to meteorologist kathy orr so kathy are we going to see more stormy weather. >> um-hmm. yes, we are. a break in the rain tonight. you can see a few lingering showers out there. light mist and drizzle. the bigger problem tonight will be areas of fog. ultimate doppler we have some spotty showers in sprinkles if you're going out tonight. you could pack the umbrella but it's not going to be heavy rain. it will be ending right now temperatures ranging from 51 in the poconos to 65 degrees in dover. the temperature bumped up 1 degree in philadelphia. since last hour. we are sitting at 60 degrees. strong southerly winds will be blowing and we'll be seeing visibility reduced even further during the overnight once the rain comes to an end right now visibility 2 miles in the poconos. and the lehigh valley. only a quarter mile in lancast lancaster. and that could cause some problems for the early morning rush tomorrow. this evening, though, drizzle and mist will linger the next couple of hours. some gusts especially to the
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south it will be a warm wind and fog will be developing. it may become dense overnight and for tomorrow morning. so coming up we'll talk about that second round of rain that we talked about yesterday. severe threat with thunderstorms and temperatures come crashing in the seven day. so don't get used to the 60s. i'll see you later in the broadcast. >> talk to you soon. thank you kathy. happening right now cash and conscious are at the hearts of a new attempt to bring justice in a fatal hit-and-run. 11 days after the hit-and-run crash that killed an eight-year-old west philadelphia girl it's still no arrest still no major breaks in the case. >> so today rewards were added to the investigation. our bruce gordon here in the studio now with more. bruce? >> reporter: iain rewards and a dramatic plea from the little girl's parents. still numb with grief over a crash that still has them looking for answers. if you looked closely enough, through the sweatshirt bearing the image of her slain daughter, you could almost see her broken heart.
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the pain much grief stricken parents on full display as pool and james addressed the driver who ran her down then drove aw away. >> it may have been an accident, i don't know, i just ask you to turn yourself in. >> reporter: 884 old jay anna was struck and killed by a silver nissan alter ma in the intersection of 63rd and lansdowne around 3:15 on the afternoon of november 18th. she was on her way home from school. three siblings by her side. mom waiting to greet them. accident investigators believe the ultimate is a 2009 to 2012 model that would either show front grill and health damage or would have recently been repaired. police hope that driver has a conscious. >> i wake up at 3:00 o'clock in the morning many i'm wonder wagon did we miss on this case? my investigators, i can see the toll it takes on them. the person involved in this accident it has to be taking a toll on them. come forward. tell us your side of the story. >> reporter: the mayor's office has now put up a $10,000 reward for information that
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produces an arrest and conviction. the fraternal order of police will pay 15 grand for tips that lead to an arrest. >> bring them in today. you're paid today. it's not for the conviction. you don't have to wait through a long detailed process. you bring them in today you're paid today. let's give this familiar al little gianna closure. >> her family and friends have marched and mourned. they've protested and prayed over her death. now just a day after her funer funeral, they plead with the driver of the altima to show some compassion. come forward. do the right thing. >> i had to leave my baby to rest yesterday the hardest thing in my life. i can describe the pain that i feel. it's a pain that i wouldn't want on my worst enemy. like i get nothing. that was my last did goodbye. she's eight. >> her father james powell says the little girl's three siblings are taking her death hard especially her 12-year-old brother who was holding her hand when she was struck.
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he suffered minor injuries. again, any information that you may have on that silver altima front end grill damage and health damage, please call police. iain? >> bruce, thank you. a group of pennsylvania prosecutors issued guidelines for investigating police involved shootings among the recommendations law enforcement agencies should not investigate their own. instead the pennsylvania district attorney's associate says county detectives or neighboring police departments should carry that out. other guidelines suggest the shooter's name not be released unless that person is charged and prosecutors release video of the shooting if it's ruled justified. not a smart move by one drug suspect. philadelphia police say he called them to his south philly home to investigate a burglary. they does not find an intruder. what did they find? well they discovered dozens of pot plants growing inside. 172 to be exact. growing in the man's basement and second floor of his home on cantrell street. now police say the men initially called them saying someone picked a lock on his door and
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they thought they might be in the basement police arrested him after discovering the marijuana. he face as number of drug charges. new jersey governor chris christie apparently has state house envy. >> flee hundred million buck should put an end to it. christie says a visit to the maryland state house in annapolis last spring made it clear to him what an embarrassment the building in trenton has become. the governor says parts of that structure first built back in 1792 lack heating and air-conditioning and he says the string lower systems is incomplete. there are code violations and structural problems too numerous to mention and that the state house isn't even fully accessible to those with dissables. so a four-year, $300 million renovation will begin almost immediately. >> this is not what should be the symbol of state government in the state. it also should not be a place we ask people to come and work in every day and put their lives and their health at some measure of risk. not to mention all the people who come to visit either for
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tourism reasons or just come here to conduct business. executive branch employees will be moved to other office space while the renovations are going on once their finish security screenings will no longer take place inside the building that screening is meant to protect. president-elect trump transition team working around the clock to build the neck administration. the team held more meeting at trump tower in manhattan today. the president-elect announced early this evening that he intends to nominate georgia representative tom price for secretary of health and human services. he is a major proponent of overhauling obama care. also, former labor secretary elaine chow the transition pick for transportation secretary. she happens tour married to senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. meanwhile green party candidate, pressure shady shall candidate jill stein pushing forward with a recount effort in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania. >> there's huge ground swell, you know, to take back our
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democracy and to start by assuring that we have confidence that our votes are being counseled. >> stein asked the pennsylvania court yesterday to prove a statewide recount saying malware on computer could affect voting machines. election officials here, however, say they have no evidence of a cyber attack. meanwhile the recount should begin later this week in wisconsin. donald trump's latest tweet is stirring up some controversy. despite us supreme court decision, protecting flag burning as freedom of speech, the president-elect suggested people who do it should be jailed. trump tweet dag "nobody should be allowed to burn the american flag. if they do, there must be consequences, perhaps loss of citizenship or a year in jail ". the tweet drew immediate criticism and praise however that 1989 supreme court decision texas versus johnson said flag burning is a form of protest and therefore protected by the first amendment. philadelphia city leaders and advocates are coming together to tackle homelessness among specific population. the group of need of better
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service. sean. >> lucy, the eagles took a big blow to their play off chances. the players still think they can get it done. the guys talk about how they need to end the season later in sports. all right, sean. takeover of beasts from another era. where you can see this stunning local display giving i was peek into the world of the dinosaur. ♪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.
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the franklin institute's new jurassic world exhibit brought a world famous paleontologist to philly to check out the live like dinosaurs. jack warner along with tie simkins who was in jurassic world visited the franklin institute. they explored the exhibit which opens last friday it looks so incredibly cool. it features live like dinosaurs. as watch as we can tell nobody had one to compare it to. some towering 24 feet tall the exhibit runs through next april. you got plenty of timing to check it out. philadelphia city leaders trying to tackle hopelessness among
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young people efforts starts with plan to spend $700,000 for beds and job training. council members and homeless advocates gathered at city hall today to announce the initiative they say the additional fund found within the budget will allow the city to expand support services to young people by 12%. assistance was specifically target homeless people ages 18 to 24. one man shared his own experience of being homeless and the importance of expanding the age of who is eligibility for serviceservices. people home with parents and taking care of all the issues. doctors appointments, the transition process of being an add dull and having all these responsibility after being hopeless. >> other services include counseling for lgbt youth who advocates say are affected by
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homelessness. >> in the spirit of giving tuesday students in queen village are coming together for a really good cause. the william meredith school collected youth shoes to give to other countries haiti and honduras. those shoes will be repurposed to help impoverished people. the school principal says this initiative teaches students very important lesson at an early a age. >> i think that it's something that is i guess our duty to teach students to be service minded and to be community minded so that they know giving back is something should never end and isn't something that should only happening today the holidays. >> non-profit funds two organizes will by the donated shoes from the school to give to the countries and create jobs for people who are using them refurbishing them and giving them oh other folks. the school put that money toward new technology. good stuff there. not so good with the weather at least for me. i don't like the rain but the good thing it wasn't really freezing cold out there. >> now the bonus was the warmth.
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that was the silver lining of the storm so to speak. iain, look the showers are pretty much out of here. this is just some lingering drizzle and mist. we will see a little bit of fog building in once all this comes to an end and the clouds will be out there for the most part. when you look at the rain accumulations you can see that the heaviest rain fell to the north and west of the city. allentown reading pottstown some the highest totals trenton over an inch philadelphia nearly an inch of rain and wilmington three quarters of an inch of rain and this is only round one. the streets are wet in old city philadelphia if you're out there tonight. take it easy. wind may dry some of the roads but once that rain comes to an end, we will be seeing conditions slowly deteriorate because of those poor visibility numbers and we'll take look at those. temperature 60 that's the high for the day. now we have a west southwesterly wind at about 5 miles an hour. so it's going to stay pretty mild. visibility reduced in some locations where you see the darker color here on our weather map lancaster only quarter mile visibility. now reduced in the poconos to
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only a mile and a quarter but as we get into the overnight, look at this. the reduced visibles get worse come wednesday morning and many locations where you see the zero that is less than a quarter mi mile. so the fog could get dense overnight. please be aware of that. now, that's the part of the day we're talking about reduced visibility and temperatures that are still mild. but tomorrow afternoon, seeing some thunderstorms monica has been looking at the numbers and we could have serious winds with those. >> right. we're not going to see impact for your early morning commute from those thunderstorms. really will be just mist or drizzling for the early morning commute tomorrow morning. then those rain chances actually head right back up as we head into wednesday afternoon. not only talking rain chances but the chance for some thunderstorms and that could mean some high rainfall totals anywhere from half an inch to a whole inch of additional accumulation from philadelphia all the way up into allentown mount pocono picking up on rain
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through tomorrow. create localized flooding maybe even ponding on those roadways something to watch out for as well as that risk for thunderstorms. you can see that marginal risk extends throughout delaware and the southern parts of new jers jersey. all included with that marginal risk that means isolated thunderstorms could produce damaging wind and even some heavy rain kathy. >> all right. so that's the next couple of days in a nutshell. temperatures falling quick until your seven day forecast. overnight, we're talking about drizzle and mist and temperatures that will be in the 50s in the city. 40s in the suburbs. tomorrow another warm day. look at that. southwesterly winds will boost the temperatures into the upper 60s. with occasional rain some morning fog and once that front moves through temperatures fall take look at thursday. 58 will be the early high temperature. midnight temperature then those temperatures falling quickly into the 40s during the afternoon. friday, saturday, sunday and monday, all look dry but cool. next tuesday the next chance of rain with a temperature of 54 degrees.
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that's a look at your seven day forecast. we'll send it over to you, sean bell. kathy, eagles starting to fall out of play off contention. the guys dawk about what they need to do in the last five games to get it done plus the bcs play off rankings coming out tonight. penn state looking to sneak their way into the top four. coach james franklin talk about taking care of wisconsin first. that's next in sports. (my hero zero by lemonheads) zero really can be a hero. get zero down, zero deposit, zero due at signing, and zero first month's payment on select volkswagen models. this black friday at the volkswagen sign then drive event.
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♪ doug pederson sing ago different tune after losing to the packers and in the press conference today he used words like the process, potential,
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development, all words that sound like they're giving up on the season and focusing on the future. the eagles lost to the packers 27-13 falling to five and sick in last in the nfc east. they're game and a half back of the final wild card spot and they have um no tie breaker even though doug pederson sounded like well he wasn't looking towards the post season the other guy till think they can get in. >> you have to stay the course. i think we can't dwell on it. we got to keep playing along. can't throw in the towel. i know the guys in that locker room, that's not going to happen. our efforts always there. we just got to keep fighting keep believing. and we can't change our preparation. >> they really only remember what you do in december. you know what i mean? so i mean good thing is the season isn't over. that wasn't our last game. we got five games left and the message from coach go five-zero peer. >> if you don't do what you ned to do in november, october and september, december won't even matter. so college football penn state
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still shocking everyone in september people wanted james franklin fired but now they're in the big 10 championship game with a chance to go to the bcs play offs. now everyone is on board and trying to do whatever they can do to get tickets to the game. there's about 150 tents out there and went out there and walk to the very front of the line and, you know, wanted to thank them for coming out and this guy and this girl were asleep and i woke them up which i felt bad about. just walk through thanking everybody. >> things getting even better for franklin. today he won the big 10 coach of the year and of course the conference championship game will be right here on fox saturday at 8:00 o'clock. the winner could play their way into bcs playoffs. not to be overshadowed temple actually might be better than they were last year. they're back in the american athletic conference championship game taking on 25th ranked navy trying to make temple history against a tough tough
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squad. >> no one stops them. they're playing pree tremendous football right now. we'll go out and try to play good hard noticed football and run our offense against a really good defense, tremendous defense live for them. we'll try to play well on special team and play temple defense and see let the chips fall where they may. >> the eagles won't within anything but at least the college teams will have a chance to win something in the city. football still bright here. temple has a chance to make history and penn state can even sneak in to the bcs playoffs. that's what you can look forward to. >> all right. thank you very much, sean. >> that will do it for us here at 6:00 tonight. >> i like the rain by the way. thank you. >> you'll like it again tomorr tomorrow. [ laughter ] >> we'll see you back here at 10 and 11:00 have yourself a great night. inside edition is up next.
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