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can possible. chief meteorologist scott williams just got some new information your forecast in just minutes. >> first, though, breaking news. emotions filling the streets in ferguson, missouri root right now prosecutors just announced they will not charge a police officer for killing an unarmed teen. and police across the country and here in philadelphia are bracing for any possible violence. good evening, i'm lucy noland. i'm iain page. right now we're waiting for the president to speak and we will bring that to you of course when it happens. here's a live look from ferguson right now as you can see a sea of people outside the ferguson police department with officers in their riot gear waiting. we have live team coverage of no tonight's a explosive announce. the dave kinchen is live in center city and chris o o'connel no north philadelphia. >> garrett tenney is live in ferguson tonight. garrett. >> i can tell you guys i just heard from the salt lake -- rather, the st. louis county police department that shots have been fired here in ferguson following that announcement that
officer darren wilson will have no charges brought against him in the shooting death of michael brown. as soon as that announcement came, crowds of hundred to 200 people outside the ferguson police dement let outside, began cheering, few folks were cheering. but the most part clashes began with police and that's what is looking like picking up across the city. >> no probable cause exists to file any charge against officer wilson. >> st. louis county prosecutor making announce many this evening. the grand jury declining to indict officer wilson for shooting and willing michael brown. he said much of the eyewitness testimony was dee bunked by the philadelphia evidence and the grand jury followed the law by returning a no bill. >> they are the only people, the only people who have heard and examined every witness and every piece of evidence. >> reporter: now the challenge begins for law enforcement and
community leaders. both sides will need to work together to avoid a repeat of the violent protests that followed brown's death. missouri governor jay nixon has faith that the residents of ferguson can make their voices heard in a peaceful way. >> our focus today in the short run to protect lives, protect property ton protect speech. >> reporter: earlier today captain ron johnson and with the my sore rye state high wal patrol told us his department wants to work more closely with protesters to make sure everyone's rights are respected. >> there's great communication. these past four months it allows us to have communication with each other and a better understanding of each other. >> reporter: it does appear that piece that they were hoping for is not the case right now. following this decision. it's still early in the night. this is around the time the last few days protests have been picking up and we've seen an increase in police presence here in ferguson. we'll of course keep you updated as the night continues. back to you. >> all right, garrett, thank you
fox's charlie leduff has been with protesters in ferguson for months talking to people about what happened. here's what some told charlie right after tonight's announcement and there's frustration and outrage in the streets of missouri. >> go ahead. i got all night. >> that man shot people and we you could out and he wasn't even mad. they beat him. they didn't kick him. when he put them hands up and surrendered it was supposed to stop right there. >> if i shoot and kill him right now, i'm going to get prosecut prosecuted. i'll get prosecuted gone to ja jail. he got married. i'm going to jail. i'm get prosecuted. he didn't even get prosecuted. that's not right. as american citizen we deserve our rights. >> all right. that is charlie leduff live in
ferguson, missouri. skyfox live overhead right now in center city, and what you are looking at protesters marching down market street. they're marching really in solidarity with the people that you just saw in ferguson. and now our dave kinchen is live in center city right near all these protesters are. dave, what are you seeing and hearing? >> reporter: lucy, a lot of police activity behind me that's because protesters about 200 just heard the verdict and then they took to the streets. they went down market street. let's go to skyfox if we can and you can see at least 200 maybe more now as people along the side of the street join in but at least 200 people marching shouting no justice new york city piece. very very angry over the grand jury's decision not to charge, not to indict ferguson officer darren wilson, the white officer who shot an unarmed black teenager michael brown back on august 9th. now we were there as protesters
heard audio of the saint lewis county prosecutor reading that decision and we have their reaction as well. >> after exhaustive review of the evidence the grand jury deliberated over two days making their final decision. they determined no probable cause exists any charge against officer wilson... >> boo! >> overall i'm not okay with the verdict. i'm not going to into reaction or emotions but we do need to get more organize. get more political lobbyism hyped people putting black people, poor people to change the country. socially, institutionally politically and economically racist. >> reporter: those protesters took their anger right to market street. they left did it dilworth plaza and went down market to voice their anger shouting no, no piece. a lot of people saying black lives don't matter and many
people saying that they now have to reorganize since they consider this a major set back. lucy and iain. >> from dave on the ground to skyfox live overhead right now. let's take those pictures. you can see those protesters that dave was just talking about marching still down market street. we're trying to catch up to it here. you can see a couple of folks here and there. all life as we said. chris o'connell is in north philadelphia and coming up a little later in the hour the reaction the moment local business owners heard tonight's announcement but first right now let's go to the white house and the president for his reaction. >> it's not an out come either way was going to be subject of intense disagreement not only in ferguson but across america. so i just want to say a few words suggesting how we might move forward. first and for most, we are a nation built on the rule of law, and so we need to accept that this decision was the grand
jury's to make. there are americans who agree with it, and there are americans who are deeply disappointed even angry. it's an understandable reaction. but i join michael's parents in asking anyone who protests this decision to do so peacefully. michael's father's words. hurting others or destroying property is not the answer. no matter what the grand jury decides, i did not want my son's death to be in vain. i want it to lead to incredible change, positive change, change that makes the st. louis region better for everyone. michael brown's parents have lost more than anyone. we should be honoring their wi wishes. i also appeal to the law
enforcement officials in ferguson and the region to show care and restraint in managing peaceful protests that may occ occur. understand, our police officers put their lives on the line for us every single day. they have a tough job to do to maintain public safety and hold accountable those who break the law. as they do their jobs in the coming days, they need to work with the community, not against the community, to distinguish the handful of people who may use the grand jury's decision as an excuse for violence, distinguish them from the vast majority who just want their voices heard around legitimate issues in terms of how communities and law enforcement interact. finally, we need to recognize that the situation in ferguson speaks to broader challenges that we still face as a nation.
the fact is in too many parts of this country a deep distrust exists between law enforcement and communities of color. some of this is the result of legacy of racial discrimination in this country, and this is tragic because nobody needs good policing more than poor communities with higher crime rates. got news is, we know there are things we can do to help, and i've instructed attorney general holder to work with cities across the country to help build better relations between communities and law enforcement. that means working with law enforcement officials to make sure their ranks are representative of the communities they serve. we know that makes a difference. it means working to train officials so that law enforcement conducts itself in a way that is fair to everybody. it means enlisting the community
actively on what should be ever's goal and that is to prevent crime, and there are good people on all sides of this debate as well as in both republican and democratic parties that are interested not only in lifting up that practice because we know that that there are communities who have been able to deal with this in an effective way, but also who are interested in working with this administration and local and state officials to start tackling much needed criminal justice reform. so, those should be the lessons that we draw from these tragic events. we need to recognize that this is not just an issue for ferguson. this is an issue for america. we have made enormous progress in race relations over the course of the past several decades. i have witnessed that in my own
live, and to deny that progress i think is to deny america's capacity for change. but what is also true is that there are still problems and communities of color aren't just making these problems up. separating that from this particular decision there are issues in which the law too often feels as if it is being applied in a discriminatory fashion. i don't think that's the norm. i don't think that's true for the majority of communities or the vast majority of law enforcement officials, but these are real issues. and we have to lift them up and not deny them or try to tamp them down. what we need to do is to understand them and figure out how do we make more progress? and that can be done. that won't be done by throwing
bottles. that won't be done by smashing car windows. that won't be done by using this as an excuse to vandalize property and certainly won't be done by huring anybody. so, to those in ferguson, there are ways of channeling your concerns constructively and there are ways of channeling your concerns destructively. michael's -- brown's parents understand what it means to be constructive. the vast majority of peaceful protesters, they understand it as well. those of you who are -- >> you've been listening to president obama reaction to the decision of the grand jury not to indict the white police officer in the killing of michael brown urging calm and saying the family would be honored by a very peaceful protest and we'll have more reaction on this of course coming up later tonight. chris o'connell is no north
physical. we'll hear from him locally coming up later in this newsca newscast. meantime let's get a check of your fox 29 weather authority. on your radar a major change is on the way. look at those puddles of ice -- water sitting on the ice down at the river bank at penn's landi landing. a cold blast would freeze those right up. scott williams tracking the timing for your holiday travel. >> the high temperature today 72 degrees a new record for philadelphia. you can see already posted we're talking winter storm watches so bizarre weather across the area. north and west of philadelphia, rain to heavy wet snow during the day on wednesday. the busiest travel dave the ye year. so rain moves in wednesday. changes over to snow but it's going to be out of here in time for thanksgiving. so the timeline, we're looking at that rainfall beginning early on your wednesday morning. if you have travel plans, travel tomorrow or early on wednesday or just wait until thanksgiving day. you can see by the afternoon that rain will change over to wet snow. tapering during the evening. we're talking a accumulations
even in philadelphia the latest on totals coming up iain and lucy? >> scott, thank you. a local woman says she's fighting to keep her small business a float after a contractor takes her money and runs. >> fox 29 investigates found out she's not the only one whose had trouble with this guy and jeff cole is here. jeff, you could a deep dive into the contract's past. looked into his background and spoke to him as well. his name is vince. amy made a massive mistake when she front offed him to build out her new ambler tanning salon. we had lots of questions including why he's got a valid registration on the attorney general's contractor website. >> vincent sorsa,. >> a contractor an cop during better times. when contractor vince la source a had shown up to the small business philly cop jason bell see an know is trying to build with his girlfriend to cover a $2,000 bounced check.
>> 20. all right. i previously counted. it is $2,000. this will wipe out the check that was previously written by vince, citywide contracting. >> that's where the good times end. now, bell see an know and amy west are lived at the montgomery county contractor who they say ripped them off. >> are you angry? >> very. >> reporter: disappointed. >> ? very. >> do you think you've been taken advantage of. >> reporter: yes, i have. >> vincent -- >> what's vince, own are in of citywide contracting have to say? >> not much. >> vincent? vin jent where a amy west's money. we'll try him again in a moment. >> this is a stand up tanning bed. this is spray tanning. >> early june 2014 amy west relying on the strong recommendation of an area landlord vincent. the job was simple build five small tanning booths and an
office, paint, lay in flooring and electrical at her new ambler tanning shop for 12-gram. lasorsa claimed he'd knock it out in two to three week. >> it was basic construction. build a couple rooms, new york, electrical. i bought. >> so did west. what she now admits was big mistake she cut two checks for lasorsa up front for total of 11,500 bucks relying only on his word that he'd do the job. >> you front offed the guy? >> i did from day one. >> reporter: he had your mone money. and you figured he was going to do the work? >> i did. >> reporter: they claim cell phone video shows the work sta started at a snail's pace and never sped up. >> still got to get the wall up. >> len lasorsa stopped showing up at all leaving walls undone, electrical work exposed.
>> did you fear at that point that he was likely to run on yes. >> absolutely. >> the couple says they fired lasorsa in late september. they claim they had to come up with another five grand to pay another contractor to finish the job so they could open the business. our investigation finds losorsa and citywide contracting found trouble before. trouble that was not hard to dig up. 1616 south fifth in philly is part of a group of properties own by realty in the steam it too has a beef with lasorsaa beef worth 19 grand. according to this lawsuit. that's the amount he said he'd pay back for unfinished construction work on the buildings but he never fork it over. and that's not his only problem. according to pennsylvania court records a few years ago he plead guilty to a series of bad check charge that is landed him on probation in montgomery county
until 2016. the deputy chief of the probation office tells fox 29 investigates he over the years has spent about five months locked up for violation of probation and still owes his victims about 21 grand in restitution. >> and there's something else. vincent lasrsa holds a valid contraction registration form with the office office attorney general as required. it asks about criminal offenses related to fraud, theft and deception. despite those bad check cases lasorsa answers know. the ag's office is auditing his registration. >> we tried to get answers from lasorsa but he was walking, not talking. >> vincent where is amy west's money? hey, vincent w is amy's money? >> 18 grand. vincent, vincent, vincent.
where is amy west's money. vincent. >> just days after we pressed him, he sued amy west and copper beach tanning in a hand scrawled complaint he claims west owes him four grand because the work went officer budget. he also writes he would like to file for defamation because amy west and jason have gone to the media fox news and told them i took their money and did not perform the work. he writes, this is not true. west say they're looking forward to their day in court with vince lasorsa. >> i actually can't wait to go see him in court. roar report you can't wait. >> i can't wait. >> reporter: what will you tell the judge. >> exactly what he's done. >> i hope to prevent him from doing it to anybody else. >> now the couple says he owes them 9500 bucks. he called today finally said they open him money and the local building inspector held that job up. he also said he plans to sit
down and settle with the realty and claims he owes no restitution in any of those criminal cases as for the questions about his criminal past on the attorney general's registration form, he said he didn't think he had to disclose it. by the way, the attorney general they larged just spot check the accuracy of those forms. iain. >> incredible, jeff, thank you. it sounds too good to be true for any high school student knowledge more mid terms or final exams much it's reality in one new jersey school but there's catch. >> putting your credit at risk before you start your holiday shopping. what some of your favorite stores do that make it easier to hackers to strike. >> forget the back breaking work of shovel shoveling your driveway this win. stay toasty warm inside your home. a new app that will bring a plow right to your front door. >> a live look at the streets of ferguson. we have crews on the ground as protesters fill the streets. a grand jury has decided not to indict a police officer from the
ferguson you can see these protests are turning -- not as peaceful as officials would have liked. good ground video. you see ferguson police in riot gear, shields on backing up as you can see a lot of protesters are there unhappy about the decision, of course, the grand jury came down with today after about three months of deliberating. the grand jury decided not to indict the officer who shot and killed the unarmed teenager michael brown and that is the story right now on the ground in ferguson, missouri. we'll have some more local reaction for you tonight coming up later in the newscast. chris o'connell will be live for us in north philadelphia. for look at your weather now let's get a check on that. here's chief meteorologist scott williams. >> lots of weather change changd in less than 48 hours. 72 was the high today. it felt like spring. 72 was the high today. it fedeciding between bread and health care
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the police you're looking at there are a combination of state troopers and we also know fbi have their own police department they're there as well. they got lot of support from atf as well. we understand there's gunshots rinking out and charlie leduff, our own charlie leduff was hit in the head with a canister. we don't know what the situation there. but as you know, a lot of things are happening. the grand jury decision says that wilson will not face charges for killing michael brown, that unarmed teen. wilson is white. brown is black. ton night president obama just spoke from the white house saying race relations is not only a ferguson esche but a national issue and it's violence cannot make it any better. our coverage continues on myfoxphilly.com. you can watch life streaming video from fox's charlie leduff like i said he's on the ground right now. just look for the story on our home page. >> developing right now, the search for a missing mother of three. the last time anyone saw 33-year-old jessica padgett was friday when she left the daycare
center where she works in northampton, pennsylvania. searchers found her car. >> three days have come and gone and they have no sign of padge padgett. fox 29's shawnette wilson is live in northampton borough. shawnette. >> reporter: her car was found in this parking lot behind me over the weekend. in the meantime, search crews tell me tonight that have wrapped up the search after going out twice today. but they found nothing. pictures of 33-year-old jessica padgett in happier times. before she vanished three days ago. >> i just want to thank of one that's helping. i just want her found. that's all we ask at this time. >> jessicass brother jeremy couldn't hold back a single tear as search crews gathered in this parking lot near a dollar general store where his sister's car was found friday. >> people are concerned. >> jim wilkins lives next door to padgett her husband 13 children. led a group in passing out flyers and combing the area. >> we want as many prayers as we
can get the and the community gathered behind to us aid in our efforts in finding her. >> reporter: police say padgett was last seen friday afternoon by co-workers at the duck duck goose daycare center in northampton borough. she told them she was going to her other job nearby fencing company to fax paper work. she never made it. >> looking back now, i wish we would have just taken a couple extra moments to talk to her, and see if she was okay, and but it was just a regular day. >> police say padgett's cell phone and purse were ut inside her white car. her brother opens someone saw anything. >> anything, just call the police. anything you could possibly see thought of anything to call the police. >> reporter: and back here live, police are now looking for video from surveillance cameras in this area. i am told there are no cameras in this parking lot where she vanished from. iain and lucy, back to you. >> shawnette, thank you. let's get a check he have your fox 29 weather authority now. what is on your radar tonight,
scott, after 72-degree record setting day? >> we're looking at spring being replaced by winter. iain that's what's on your radar and also we're watching ultimate doppler. you can see cold air bringing snowfall around parts of the great lakes. that cold will move a little farther to the east, and we're watching some moisture that will be streaming up from the south developing into that area of low pressure. the nor'easter as we move toward the middle of the week. so a pre thanksgiving day storm. rain will be changing over to wet snow. it look like that cold air will be moving in to allow for that change over. so if you have travel plans, travel tomorrow, change your flights to tomorrow. or just fly out on thanksgiving day if you can because it look like conditions will go downhill rapidly during the day on wednesday. rain to heavy wet snow. winter storm watches posted along i-95 north and west for the heaviest snowfall north and west. here's the european model has a pretty good handle. where you see the darker blue that is showing you the higher accumulations. my forecast coming up at the end of this broadcast and weather
forecast of you can see temperatures right now still pretty mild. we're looking at 66 degrees at 10:36 in philadelphia unheard of for the latter part of november. 72 that was the new record. replacing the old 171 degrees set back in 1979. i hope you enjoyed it. we're looking at mild conditions overnight tonight in the 50s really and then tomorrow a little cooler than today. upper 40s to low and mid 50s across the area but still not that bad. but look at wednesday. yeah, by 4:00 in the afternoon we're looking at 34 degrees in philadelphia. with wet snow likely occurring across the area and then we're looking at a changeover even down the shore as we move into your wednesday evening. so warm roads, of course, with 70-degree plus today. watching for banding features. the intensity, the amount of cold air will likely create its own environment as we see the heavier reprieve sip begin but the track it looks like the models are starting to come into agreement with that track moving
a little closer to the west. so we are looking at that rainfall beginning overnight tuesday into wednesday morning. starting out as mainly rainfall but look at the clock. by midday we're looking at the pink that's the rain changing over to wet snow across the philadelphia area. north and west will change over to snowfall first and stay the longest as snowfall by five in the afternoon wet and wintry mess across our area. that snowfall accumulating primarily on the grassy surfaces but look at 8:00 o'clock. it's progressive moving out of here. so we're quiet as we move into thanksgiving but certainly still chilly across the area. so my expected snowfall total map you can see mainly rainfall down the shore interior sections of south jersey, one to 2-inches. that includes cherry hill, deptford moving down to salem into new castle county as well. wilmington, philadelphia, trenton we could see from two to 4-inches of a slushy accumulation.
north and west once you move north of the turnpike four to sick inches. doylestown you're in that as we move toward the lehigh valley and the pock knows we're looking at six or more inches. so the timeline you can see for the lehigh valley and poconos, changing over to wet snow between 9:00 and noon. staying snow and then tapering off during the afternoon and evening for the philadelphia area. starting as rain, staying rain through about mid morning to noon but then in the afternoon we change over to that wet snow as well and it is going to snarl traffic on wednesday. 39 that's it for the high temperature. low 40s for thanksgiving staying chilly for friday and then we gradually moderate as we move into the upcoming weekend. but a lot of flights you can change for free because of the impending weather. that's the good news. >> thank you very much, scott. >> scott, thank you. we are continue to follow breaking news in ferguson missouri. here's a live look on the grou ground. pan film have been some reports of rioting you see police in riot gear.
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following the grand jury's decision in the michael brown case. these are live look at what's going on right now. we do have reports from st. louis county pd that one much their cars is on fire. we don't whether that's the one. molotov cocktails have been thrown at police and trying to break up scenes with smoke and pepper spray. they called the crowds unruly and there's rioting in the streets. all eyes indeed on ferguson tonight. and here in our area, some gathered at a barbershop in north philadelphia to hear that decision. >> right there with them our own fox 29's chris o'connell. chris, what's the mood there tonight? >> reporter: well, first of all here in north philadelphia, iain and lucy, there are a very heavy police presence. police here were staging all night for what may have happen happened. they were bracing for protests and demonstrations here in north philadelphia. we're on the corner of broad street and cecil b. moore. we counseled about 40 police officers up here.
many of those officers actually just took off trying to respond to the march in center city. they were all concerned about impromptu demonstrations. we can tell you none of that has happened here. but that doesn't mean there wasn't some very angry reactio reactions. >> determined no probable cause exists to file any charge against officer wilson in returned non true bill on each of the five indictments. >> as word came down officer darren wilson won't be prosecuted, 890 miles away in a north philly barbershop disappointment. >> what about them people? what about the brown familiarly? what about the mother and the father like what they going to do? now they just humiliated further. >> between haircuts this man watched the decision with his customers. the announcement was expected here but nonetheless heartbreak for those who believe mike brown was killed for no reason. >> i had a feeling they was
going to let the cop walk away, no indictment. no charges. i had a feeling. i figured that. >> some worried the announcement may trigger unrest not only in ferguson but in philly as well. >> if you take it back to trayvon martin situation we sat around and heard all the evidence and we all heard the proof that it was a malicious killing. it was a murder. and what happened then? nothing. >> reporter: as police converged on north philadelphia out of an abundance of caution, a single protester demonstrated. >> angry because the same thing can happen to nine it can happen to me. people getting shot, young black african-americans getting shot. it's sad. because one day it could be me. >> reporter: as we bring you back out here to north philadelphia, you see again police officers with a heavy presence here tonight. the reason why they staged here in north philadelphia is because there is a planned protest on this very corner tomorrow
afternoon. expect hundreds to be here. iain and lucy? >> all right, chris, thank you very much. let's take you back now live to ferguson, missouri where again we've seen some rioting and some unrest. we've seen cars on fire. here's another life look right now at the incredible images coming out of here tonight. some of the people very upset with a decision not to indict the white police officer after the killing unarmed michael brown. >> we're hearing about reuniting in the streets. you don't see it there. you see that car on fire. watch live streaming video from charlie leduff. look for the story on our website myfoxphilly.com. >> students isn't one new jersey high school don't have to worry about mid terms for fm exams this. again ridge high school rated one of the top 10 public schools in the state. the town's board of education decided to drop those tests is a safe classroom time to prepare for common core exam known as park. that test takes 20 days to prepare for at the end of the school level and it's mandatory. the board decided students and
teachers needed that time to prepare. >> by doing that and replacing them with quarterly assessments at the end of each marking period we regain the 10 instructional days we lose to the park test. >> again ridge is not the first school in the state to get rid of final scam. >> it has been nearly one year since a cyber attack compromised the credit and debit card information of millions of target shoppers, ton night you might want to brace theirselves. new data suggest it could happen again. cyber criminals know they're likely to get away more hacks around the holidays and the reason is more shoppers are spending more money. they say retailers relax their fraud controls to ensure all of those transactions go through without a hitch. shopping is expected to go up by 50% this holiday season compared to last year. this story, this story i love. the push of a button can now clear piles of snow outside your
home this winter. sounds too good to be true. you'll soon be able to give it a try right here in philly a new app called plows and a lot people to request a snowplow and the company is growing in popularity since it launched last night. it's like uber for snowplows. the website allows to you request a plow and gives i was price based on your driveway size and how much snow you've got. a driver comes and plows. >> i came across the idea when my mom actually was snowed in at her house and we called and tried to get a plow to her house but unfortunately nobody picked up their phone. meanwhile there were plows, you know, driving by her house and i said, hey, there's got to be a better way. >> well, there is a better way. and for the other seasons the app includes the mows service for raking leaving and mowing lawns. plows is in cities across the us. >> love that idea. we all know the eagles/cowboys rivalry can get a little heated even among family members. >> two-year-old bucks county girl named ava marie decided to square off with her own grandfather over who is the
better team. >> go cowboys. >> go eagles. >> go, cowboys. >> i'm saying eagles. >> i say cowboys. >> i say eagles win. >> sorry, ava, you are pretty cute. you're pretty wrong, too. your grandfather jim knows what he's talking about. of course the eagles and cowboys will meet thanksgiving day with first place and possible implications on the line. >> that's super cute. howard. you got to admit that. >> somebody brain watched that little child. that's the problem. >> i think it's sad. >> somebody just -- cowboys, cowboys. straighten that kid out. all right all right. the flyers steve mason absolutely stood hadn't ice head tonight. as the hockey term goes but he needed help from his teammates and eagles chip kelly has a little different way of describing what he won't do when eagles play dallas on thanksgiving. that's coming up in sports. >> we've got a live look from skyfox right now at city hall. protesters gathered after
give the gift of amazing sleep, only at a sleep number store. this week only, save 50% on the ultimate limited edition bed. know better sleep with sleep number. >> the flyers, they've had times this season when they've had trouble scoring. steve mason was terrific but the flyers failed to score in an overtime in a shoot out against the islanders. to long island and take a look.
steve mason unbelievable. stops 46 shots in regulation in the five minute overtime. but the shootout is not the flyers friend. all right. the islanders have scored once and they scored twice and that's the end. john tavaras the flyers lose it one to nothing to those island islanders. flyers can't score. eagles coming off 19-point win against tennessee lead the inform fc east with an eight and three record. dallas cowboys have the same record but that's all secondary when you play the cowboys in dallas son thanksgiving. >> outside world it becomes a little bit more and there's little bit more excitement i guess but really it's still, you know, another game and it's as big as a game we played this year because it's the game we play this week and we're tied for them in the division. >> it's fun playing division opponents in this division. it doesn't seem, you know, philly doesn't really like anybody. easy get acquired to that. >> i'm just excited that both of
suss fighting for the division. what better way to fight for it than on thanksgiving. >> the 76ers are still the only team that's perfect in the nba, perfectly bad. the tank continues and they're working to perfection. boy, sam hin dee you're going a great job. sixers are zero-14. head coach brett brown says after the game the locker room is great, wonderful. does that mean they like losing to the wells fargo center. hi michael carter williams struggling shooting that's not a good shot and there's a rim up there but he didn't hit it. he hits the rim this time. but he doesn't make the layup. the third quarter killed the sixers. portland coming off game last night. they're tied. look at brett brown back there. aldrich and they do it the second next time down the floor. sixers are terrible. 114-104. that's the way sam minute had hinkie wants it. >> chip kelly hasn't played on
thanksgiving since high school in typical chip fashion it's just another game. >> just tell us when we're going to play. we don't really read much into it or wax nostalgic. it's not like we're going to have a cornucopia and a tougher can he on the side line. we're just going to play football. >> he's not going to have turkey and the team is not going to have turkey in the pro game meal because they saw arizona had turkey on thursday thanksgiving then got smothered by the eagl eagles. so it's not happening. i already know that from the trades. >> maybe carbs like pasta to help. >> whatever it is. they have a good spread wherever they go on the road but it won't be turkey. >> gotcha. you don't want to get sleepy. >> winter weather? hmm. hard to believe. winter storm watch. no typo there. no error. of course, today the high temperature was 72 degrees. but wednesday rain will be changing over to wet snow. so it does look like that snowfall is going to accumulate some of the new model runs
coming continue to indicate the heaviest snow will be north and west of philadelphia. but mainly accumulating on those grassy surfaces. sue sr. yo will have an update at 4:00 a.m. and bob kelly with traffic to get you ready for the big holiday. >> all right. sounds good. remember of course to watch tmz coming up next at 11:00 p.m. >> and we have just about 11:00 o'clock mayor nutter is supposed to be speaking about what happened in ferguson and you're looking right now at live pictures from ferguson. we're hearing about rioting, molotov cocktails. we heard about bullets flying. all kinds of mayhem going on. st. louis county pd right now saying they're responding to reports of loot tag family dollar store on west -- that street is really important because it's ground zero basically for the protesting and the riots. >> look at this. police car right there is on fire. we've seen other cars tonight on fire. i don't know if they've been police cars. as you can see right there that is a police car on fire in ferguson, missouri as the
fallout continues from this decision not to indict the officer who killed the unarmed teen michael brown and of course mayor nutter expected to speak about 11:00 o'clock here in philadelphia. about the protests. we'll bring that to you live. stay tuned right here and of course if you want to follow head to myfoxphilly.com. >> we'll see in you a little bit when mayor nutter speaks.