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right now on "good day philadelphia", a deadly fire in overbrook claims the lives of three people after being trapped inside a row home on diamond street. nine people are hospitalized after a gunman starts shooting into a large crowd of people in north philadelphia. what police say the victims were doing moments before the shoo shooting. smart phones and social media taking over our lives. coming up, what apps you can use to keep you more connected to the real world. and is your child headed off to college? are you considering a private university? why experts say the discounts could be deeper. it's sunday, may 21, "good day philadelphia" starts right now. ♪ >> from the fox 29 studios, this is "good day philadelphia" weekend. ♪ hey, everyone. thanks so much for joining us on this sunday morning. i'm struggling today. >> yeah. >> yes.
>> busy saturday, right. >> it was busy but it was tons of fun. >> how water preakness. >> it was perfect i i've never seen so many people come out and have so much fun in philadelph philadelphia. best dressed, the hats. >> that's saying something. >> i had to pick the best dressed person. the crowd was not nice to her. i didn't like it. >> why not? >> i said do you have anything to say, she said i'm from new york but i'm so glad to be in philadelphia. >> they didn't hear anything else she said after new york. she just got booed. >> that ain't right. >> no one local won. she lives here now. >> she lives here now. yeah. it was a great event, though. good weather. >> yeah. >> perfect day. >> shout out to kate philly pr girl. >> i know. >> you were up late, too, with sports. >> yeah. long one -- late one last night. that's for sure. >> did you get any sleep. not really. ba i went out to the rittenhouse row spring festival. >> nice the. >> the weeder was cool. people had their jackets on but it was dry. so it was great. >> that's all that mattered. >> yup. what do we have in store for today. >> we have similar scenario although a little more in the way of sunshine today than what we saw yesterday. it's a cool start out there.
it's going to stay below average with those high temperatures later on this afternoon. in fact as we look at the numbers right now, currently at the airport, we're looking at numbers right around 54 degrees and the dew points look at how low they are right around 46 degrees. winds out of the east northeast at 9 miles per hour. reach and raise taking place this morning along the art museum steps. look at the forecast. by 7:30 still 54 degrees. 59 degrees at 9:30. by 11:30 partly sunny and 64 degrees. ultimate doppler it is dry. it is quiet. we have sunshine now but once again a few more clouds later on this afternoon. look at the chill in the air. upper 40s right now in trenton. 47 degrees currently mount pocono. waking up in wilmington to 55 degrees. the weekend planner for today, still below average. we should top ought around 75. high temperatures by this afternoon 69 in philadelphia. by tonight it's 57.
cloud cover thickens and look at the rainfall off to the west. that will head in our direction for tomorrow. coming up we'll talk about the rainy start to the work week and unsettled pattern and preview upcoming holiday weekend forecast. >> all right. thank you so much scott. we begin this morning with breaking news. a house fire in overbrook. it leaves three people dead. jennifer joyce live at the scene with the very latest. hi jenny. >> reporter: good morning, lauren. so the fire commissioner tells us this fire escalate the quickly intensified quickly. even though fire crews were able to respond to the scene and attack the fire at a solid pace. three people trapped inside never made it out. this happened not far from the intersection of 56th diamond streets around 4:45 this morni morning. fire officials say that when they arrived they saw heavy flames shooting out the back side of the home. it's believed the fire started on the first floor. how we don't know. three people were trapped, a fourth person did make it out. that victim was transported to the hospital season doing okay.
>> showing on the first floor heavy in the rear. so batallion companies quickly went into service with aggressive offensive interior attack and the results are what they were. so it's a tragedy for these folks up here. it's tra tragedy for us citywide. >> reporter: fire officials say the victims are all family members. at this point they have not told us the ages of the these victims or the specific relationships and in addition to the fast-moving flames back out here live another hinderance there were no smoke detectors, lauren. >> that's always bad news. jenny joyce, thanks for the update. also breaking, nine people were shot north philadelphia overnight. police say a gunman opened fire on a crowd of 30 people who were hanging out listening to music and dancing. it happened in the 2200 block of huntington street around 10:45 last night. officers say a total of 27 bullets were fired. the victims are between the ages of 17 and 26. two are in critical condition. the others are stable.
police are investigating the shooting. now to our top stories. in south jersey, crews are getting the upper hand on a fire that's burning near the wharton state forest. it happened yesterday morning in shamong township, burlington county medford lakes fire department posted these images of the fire fight on facebook. flames have scorched roughly 30e threatened. investigators are looking into what caused that fire. jury selection set to begin tomorrow in bill cosby' sexual assault trial. jury selection will happen in pittsburgh and once the jury is cedar, they will travel to montgomery county for the trial. the process is expected to take about two weeks. cosby stands accused of drugging and sexually assaulting temple university employee andrea constand in his cheltenham mansion back 2004. culling up defense attorney chaka johnson joins us in the studio live to talk more about jury selection and the upcoming trial. now to developing story. three-year-old is in the
hospital after falling out of a window police are working to figure out exactly what happened. police got the call yesterday morning. the child fell out of a third story window on the 2100 block of dover street in north philadelphia. he was taken to the hospital where he is in stable condition. philadelphia police are investigating an assault at a philadelphia carnival. they say group of teenagers targeted a couple at the bbm church along old bustleton avenue yesterday. the husband and wife were were their children when they were attacked. the father hit in the head. the mother was punched. police have not made any arres arrests. nearly a dozen people have minor injuries after a deck collapsed at a home in roxborough. police tell us there were 16 people on that deck at a home along 8800 block of anthony lane when it gave way around 9:00 o'clock last night. 11 people suffered minor injuries. philadelphia's license and and inspection agents are now investigating. the search continues today for a teenager who went missing
in the delaware river. loved ones say ant and two fox jumped in the water even though he couldn't swim. fox 29's jennifer joyce spoke with the boy's father and his friends. >> everybody hurt right now. just hurt. nobody want to believe it. >> reporter: friends and family of 16-year-old ant and two fox full of emotions hours after police say the teen went missing during an evening swim in the delaware river. >> my son 16 years old, he cannot swim. he wasn't supposed to be out here. he was supposed to have been at his friend' house. >> reporter: fox's father larry bennett is trying to piece the story together. has a lot of questions. >> his friends came and knocked on my door and told me that my son was in the delaware river and they couldn't find him. >> reporter: bennett rush to the linden avenue boat ramp friday night where a search was already underway. it lasted several hours and resumed when the sun came up. >> a couple of us went up to the store and then we come back and all this happening, like, in the blink of an eye.
>> reporter: fox a lincoln high school sophomore was with a group of their best friends unwinding after a long week. even though fox can't swim, friends say he likes the water and jumped in a few times for fun with his buddies. >> they did it four times, he was perfectly fine. >> obviously he didn't expect things to turn out this way. no one did. no one could have been predicted it. >> reporter: fox is described as special young man who impac impacted teachers and staff at lincoln high. several of whom spent their saturday at the search site dealing with their own shock and sadness while also consoling their heart broken students. >> it's just not possible. this is just a dream. that's what i want to believe. just going to wake up and everything just going to be all right. >> my son is a beautiful son. he's a good kid. never hurt nobody and he's harmless and i just don't understand what's going on right now. >> reporter: philadelphia police combing through surveillance footage along the river to help clarify exactly what happened. in northeast philadelphia, jennifer joyce, fox 29 news.
happening today, president trump expected to you were unity in fighting terror. his comments will come during the arab islamic summit this afternoon. president trump will deliver a speech on combating radical extremism he start the day yesterday meeting with arab leaders and kingly bahrain. mr. trump says the two countries have wonderful relationship but there has been a slight strain. yesterday the president signed a $110 billion defense agreement with the saudi arabian king. first lady melania and first daughter are gaining attention not so good attention for their decision not to cover their heads while meeting with officials from the saudi arabian government. the trumps toward the royal palace part of their visit yesterday. under the kingdom's strict dress code for women, saudi women and most female visitors are required to wear a loose black robe in public most women in saudi arabia also cover their hair and face with a veil. but head conversation aren't required for foreigners and most
western women go without. two years ago then citizen donald trump admonished then first lady michelle obama for going bear headed during a visit with former president obama. 7:10 this morning. how about adding some years to your life? how doctors say a new scientific method could do just that. and later, social media has taken over our lives with likes, posts and snaps. but there's a new app promising a real connection in real time. but first, sue serio with weekend wendy. ♪ >> weekend wendy has lot of food but, of course, she does. it is day two of the ninth street italian market festival. the hours are 11am till 6:00 p.m. you can eat the entire time because there's plenty of food there. basically it's all along ninth street. washington avenue is where the center of the action is and then blocks and blocks on either side of washington are closed. so live entertainment, games, a whole lot of food and a whole lot of fun at the italian
festival this weekend v a good time. chris christie: addiction is a disease. it can happen to anyone. help is within reach. all you need to do is ask. vanessa: i was a full-blown heroin addict, selling my soul to get high. but i got help, and you can too. james: i just know i didn't want to feel that pain anymore.
>> want to take a train to trenton, new jersey? yeah, 713 on this sunday morning. clear skies, blue skies, scott, it was good day yesterday. it looks like it's going to be another good one today. >> it really was. high temperature during the afternoon 66 degrees. today temperatures once again mid to upper 60s out there.
we'll stay dry because high pressure that is in full control to our north for today. tomorrow's system is off to the west. take look at the clouds. look at the showers moving through sections of the great lakes the ohio river valley. that moisture will greet you for monday. so enjoy the dry spell for today as we look at ultimate doppler right now. we have some sunshine. we have the satellite on top of this but once again the closest moisture well off to the west. we will see more clouds later on today so we'll call it partly sunny to mostly cloudy. 51 right now atlantic city. 52 in wildwood. upper 40s currently in trenton. 47 degrees in mount pocono. 55 currently in wilmington. so across the region for today, we're looking at partly sunny skies, 69 degrees for the high temperature in center city. 64 degrees down the shore. cool and breezy if you needed the jacket yesterday you might want to grab that jacket or wind breaker for today as well with those temperatures still below average. for tonight it's mostly cloudy.
rain arrives by day break. so you'll need the rain gear for back to work and school tomorrow. so as we go hour by hour, once again a mixture of sun and clouds for today. we'll call it partly sunny but mostly cloudy late tonight by tomorrow morning we're looking at some of that light rain moving toward the area. it doesn't look like heavy rain for the monday morning rush, better chances for that moderate to steady rainfall as we move toward late morning into the afternoon time frame. it looks like we could see on average about a half an inch of rainfall tomorrow. then as we move toward your tuesday, drying out, parly cloudy, sew 74 degrees then a little unsettled wednesday into thursday. tepp hers low 70s. kicking off the holiday weekend, friday 75 degrees. saturday right now looks good. 80 degrees it looks like there could be a rainfall chance sunday into monday but temperatures still a look into the upper 70s low 80s for memorial day. back to you. >> all right. thanks so much, scott.
arrest in the theft of a life size ronald mcdonald statue in new jersey. remember this story? thomas roman of point pleasant now charged with receiving stolen property. the 250-pound statue was taken from a bench at the end of april at a mcdonald's in clinton. the prosecutor's office had announced the statue was found ten days later. but we still have no idea where it turn up. check out this video. a driver lucky to be alive after his car ended up in the delaware river. it happened along tacony street in philadelphia. police say the man was driving when something went wrong and it ended up in the water. he was able to get out without getting injured. his car quickly removed and there were no delays or any road blocks. feeding the hungry at home and abroad. that's the mission of the links incorporated a community service group. they were dancing while they work hard yesterday in northeast philadelphia. the women putting their hearts and hands deep into their work packing up food headed to haiti. the links of delaware valley led the way while links sisters from
all over our area took part in that event. they call stop hunger now. >> we're packaging 10,000 -- over 10,000 meals today that will be sent to haiti. that's our goal to -- and we do this every year. it's such an enjoyable event for us. >> everybody knows the importance of feeding children nutritious meal so this is -- this is just great. so every year it's just a wonderful opportunity to give back. >> great work, ladies. since 1998, stop hunger volunteers have packaged 315 million meals that have gone to school lunch programs in 65 countries. philadelphia city hall looks a bit different these days and the work all starts at the top with philly's most famous face. steve keeley gives us a look at the much needed facelift. >> reporter: it's spring cleaning time here at philadelphia city hall. where all the scowering and scrubbing is being done on scaffolding head to toe. the toe up on top that is.
548 feet, 11 and a half inches up on top to be precise. at 37 feet tall and 53,000 pounds, it's the biggest statue on any building in the world. the bronze sculpture made up of 14 different pieces but before it went high up, the penn sculpture was first put together on the ground. where it was displayed for a year then taken back apart in 1894 and finally hoisted up back again in those 14 pieces to the top what was put back together there. there's a ladder throughout le leading to 22-inch top of the hat hatch and then a couple of times in the '90's for a flyers jersey and a phillies hat for those teams on the verge of championships they never wouldn't, of course, and seen as a curse and not tried since. as far as we know, there's no curse connected to cleaning up billy penn as we philadelphian s now affectionately call him. he's getting his fourth cleaning ever. a big expensive cleaning that's not officially called a
cleaning, of course, but conservation. $250,000. the majority from private donations and grants with 100 to us kicked in bite city. when he's all scrubbed bill loll get a new wax coat over his colonial coat. kind of like dressing in layers like we're told to do in harsh weather to protect him. of course we can't put a goretex coat on him. that would of course curse us with awful weather. at city hall, steve keeley, fox 29 news. love when steve keeley is in the show. hey, this is kind of interesting to me do you act different after you've had a few drinks have why experts are now saying you cannot blame it on the alcohol. and we have your winning lottery numbers for you. good luck to you. the numbers five, 22, 45, 47, 54 and the powerball is three. we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ ♪ the best way to get together is with a treat
>> i'm anthony mongeluzo and this is your tech bike from the tech tank. we've covered streaming services in the past basically you can get life tv on different devices but now one of the big players is entering the game youtube and tv services now live. for $35, you get a basic cable tv subscription that gives you most of your regular channels, but with youtube there's a couple little extra features. one in the neat test one is unlimited cloud storage what that means is you can record multiple programs at the same
time and you'll never run out of space. so then you can watch your favorite show, movie, whatever you recorded on any device. the other nice thing that youtube does for the $35 it allows six users to access that account it makes eight good value. some folks are complaining online that for 35 bucks a month they need to get more channels. we'll see if youtube addresses that, but right now, to have tv on your phone on your computer on your screens anything that runs their technology not bad. so you wanting to and cut the cord? reach out to us online #techtank and we can continue the conversation. ♪ >> when you think about like how old you want to live, do you have a sweet spot that's your age i want to make sure i live to be -- >> forever. >> forever. >> forever young. >> yes. i like that song. >> like high 80s. >> 80s. >> yeah. >> high 80s because i think we're definitely -- >> living to be longer.
>> yeah. >> and more healthy lives at that age. >> i agree. >> then there's studies that say we'll live shorter lives than our parents lived how we're living and the world is changing. i don't know. but here's the deal. if you want to live longer, there's some research at a colorado state university where professors are saying prepare to see your great grandkids graduate from college. okay. maybe not quite that. but now that you're listening, they're working with biotechnology companies to investigate ways to help protect our cells against stresses associated with aging. so they say that's going to increase the number of years people live free from the burden of disease. >> i would say probably win the next five to ten years we'll see some of these trickle down effects as far as improving health in humans. >> well the research is 100% funded by the national institute of aging. that's good. till their scientific break through experts suggest you try to remain young at her that. will work for you. ♪ >> they need to hurry up that.
>> hurry up! >> let's talk silly science. if you blame your crazy behavior on drinking too much alcohol, new study finds it may have less of an effect on your personality than you think. more than 150 people were in a survey, and they sort of, you know, told people about what they think about their typical alcohol consumption. well after drinking the majority said they feel more open, agreeable and extroverted researchers noted that's a slight change in behavior. they say that this shows a drunk personality versus a sober one is just all in your head. now this i do not buy. there are so many people i know that once they have a little too much liquor, beer, wine, whatever, they're little different. >> feeling good. >> yeah. >> don't you think so? >> absolutely. i don't think there's anything to argue about that. >> that's definitely silly science to me. >> it is. you take a couple sips you start feeling good, getting loose. that's what it's there for. >> i don't think that's a good study. >> plus i don't know about the people like you said that blame
it on the alcohol. eventually -- when does that stop? >> right. >> i think that's when your friends need to step in and say wait a minute. you got to slow down a little bit. >> you got a problem. >> yeah. >> i started thinking yesterday there were so many events. jenny was at an event our largest beer and wine festival at citizens bank park. >> sold out. >> the preakness. >> scott what was the road. spring fest. >> italian festival. i wanted to ask people what's your favorite springtime philly event? do you have one? >> you can think about it. i won't put you on the spot. start letting us know on social media. your favorite philadelphia springtime event. >> memorial day would be considered summertime, right. >> that's the official start to summer. >> i was going to say sea isle city! >> we got music playing over here. >> jump, jump. >> keith k happy second birthday aly! love, mommy, dad and brady. >> keith, are that's your daughter. >> very nice. >> look at that pose much she's
sassy, girl. i love it. all right. live snapshot from everywhere on the planet sent straight to your phone of the cool new social media app you need to download right now. jenny joyce covering our top story this morning. a deadly house fire. good morning, jenny. >> reporter: good morning, lauren. fire officials confirm that three people have died in this fire in the overbrook section of the city. a life report coming up next.
♪ >> 7:30 this morning. in delaware state police want to find a man they say choked a woman and then stole her cell phone. troopers say the confrontation happened thursday between stanley mumford and the woman near lewes. troopers say mumford hit the woman, choked her then snatched her phone. police did not say if the two know each other. mumford is wanted for strangulation, third degree assault and theft he already has an outstanding warrant in family court. also in delaware, this man is charged with attempted rape after breaking into a home and stealing a pair of women's underwear. state police say he broke into a house where two women were staying. they were hiding in bedroom and they escaped through window when he tried to get inside that woman. police say the man stole a pair of the women's underwear and left the home. when he was later found by police, they say he admitted he planned to force the women to perform sex acts on him. all right. 7:30 on this sunday morning. scott, you've had a nice few days of weather forecasting
because the weather has been so nice. now rain coming our way. >> yeah, rain arrives for your monday. back to work and school. but enjoy the mixture of sun and clouds for today and temperatures once again below average. yesterday afternoon the high peak right around 66 degrees. i think we'll go to 69 as we take live look right now we have a mixture of sun and clouds along the parkway. 54 degrees dew points very comfortable. right now dew points are in the 40s. remember during the heat wave those dew points were in the 60s. it really felt like the middle of summer. but not so much for today. ultimate doppler it is dry. we are quiet. we'll stay that way for today. we still have winds coming out of the north and east. so 49 degrees in trenton. low 50s right now down the shore. water temperatures still in the 50s. 51 degrees currently in allentown. so we'll call it partly sunny for today. high temperatures right around 69 degrees. the normal for this time of year is 75. so below average temperatures. then the cloud cover thickens for tonight and, yes, look at
ultimate doppler off to the west that is the storm system that will bring us the rainfall for your monday. so once again dry, comfortable for today. a rainy monday ahead. then we have several chances of rainfall next week. we'll talk about that and preview what to expect for memorial day weekend lauren coming up. >> everybody wants to know that. thank you so much scott. >> 7:32. tragedy in overbrook this morning. a house fire leaves three people dead and fire investigators make a disappointing discovery inside that home. let's get out to jennifer joyce at the scene on diamond street. hi, jenny. >> reporter: good morning, lauren. we're hearing more about the fire victims much the people who lived inside the house here on the 5400 block of diamond street from the many neighbors who have woken up to this tragic news. we're learning that a husband and wife lived inside the home with their two grown children. the wife is described as a pillar of this community who was very involved in anti-violence events making the neighborhood better. we're hearing her husband is an elderly man who was handicapped. fire officials have not
identified the victims but did confirm that three people who were inside the home here, again, on the 5400 block of diamond street have died. they were trapped by the smoke and flames. a fourth person was able to make it out safely and is in stable condition at lankenau happ hospital. fire official say when they arrived there was heavy fire on the first floor. how it started, we don't know. but officials say that the flames were fast moving and another hinderance is the fact there were no smoke detectors inside this home. lauren. >> so disappointing. jenny joyce, thank you so much. 7:33. jury selection set to start tomorrow for bill cosbys sexual assault trial. the jury will be chosen from pittsburgh and then travel to montgomery county for the trial that that will most likely last two week. cosby accused of sexual assault temple university employee andro ya constand back in 2004. chaka johnson in the studio to help us break down what we can expect. just this week. >> yes.
>> before selection begins we hear from bill cosby for the first time. let's listen to way says. >> don't you want to testify and tell your story? >> no. >> why not? >> once again i go back to lawyers and this morning -- when you have to deal with examination, cross examination, et cetera, et cetera, more than two sides to every story. sometimes it's four or five. >> chaka, are you priced. >> first of all deliberate that he came out and smoke finally. >> correct. that is not by happen stance. that was clearly some form of a strategy. that was taken. one that was not well executed. >> at all it doesn't seem. >> i know mr. cosby' attorneys. they are the most stellar attorneys around. >> right. >> i can't believe that they
would have sanked this. >> right. >> but i would say this was an opportunity that was in the seized at all. >> tell me why you stay. >> listen to his answer. the question was, don't you want to testify? his answer was no. the answer should have been yes. but my attorneys have advised me not to. but since i have this platform to talk now -- >> let me run away with it. >> correct. >> correct. but he didn't. >> but he didn't. he should have been talking about how he feels that he is being targeted. how he feels like this is a witch hunt. he should have waged unfeathered war against his attackers. >> right. >> he should have said more than a dozen times how he is not guilty, innocent, any sin know nim you want to use for that. he should have taken that platform and seized for its full value and did he not. >> it's not under oath. >> correct. >> he's not in courtroom. >> he's not being cross-examined by the lawyers he's so deathly afraid of. >> he can say whatever it is he wanted to say without interruption. >> correct. let me say this, though.
the judge in this case has all right ruled that some things that mr. cosby has done before, some interviews he's done before will be allowed in portions of the trial. >> do you think he was trying to be careful about what he said. >> right. but the problem is the portions that the judge allowing in things that will hurt you. this is your opportunity to say i didn't do this. those women are lying and let them let that in. >> right. okay. so pittsburgh is where everybody is going to be tomorrow for jury selection. what do you expect with that. >> allegheny county is the place to be this week coming you. >> correct. >> i suspect that, um, it will be organized chaos. >> um-hmm. >> this is a trial of the century with respect to, you know, western pennsylvania. >> yeah. >> quite frankly. but there will be some order. judge o'neill is a stickler for doing things properly and in order. and i think that they have it mapped out logistic speaking as well as one to expect. >> how tough will it be who hasn't heard about this situation. >> the question can't be in a case like this have you heard of
it? that's sort of a waisted question. >> right. >> the question and the root of everyone's questions will be, can you be fair, lauren? can you be fair? every question posed to a prospective jury will be to determine whether that prospective jury can be fair despite having heard. has the jury already made up their mind and that's what every question will be designed to unearth. >> now the jury is coming back here to our area for the trial. >> yes. >> he were think it will last two weeks or you think longer. >> i think two weeks. this will be arrived with objections and a lot of motions and side bars and it's going to be a very technical trial. so i don't see this as being, you know, the sort of trial much like an oj where all those moments of aha moments and that sort of thing. i think this is going to be a very technical game of chess between attorneys. >> we can't really have any excitement waiting out. is he going to testify. >> he already said he won't. the anticipation has been sort of pulled out of this case. >> right. >> you know, maybe that was by
design. but i do think that we've not heard at least in recent history mr. cosby say expressly out of his mouth in at least two years i did not do this. this is not me, and they are assassinating my character and those sorts of things and missed opportunity one week prior to jury selection. >> will you come back next week and talk to us. >> i'll be here next week to talk to you about this. >> i can't wait. chaka, thank you very much. >> thank you for having meme chris o'connell will be there for the start of jury selection reporting from pittsburgh we'll have that on air and online line. don't look now the union looking to break their franchise record for most wins in row last night. find out if they cep the streak alive. sean brace has it in sports. ♪
>> he ran away with smoked in the preakness finished eighth. so needless to say the winner of the preakness yesterday if you had that ticket, you cashed in. >> jeez. >> let's talk sports. let's go to the phils first. after losing six straight series the phillies finally started three game set on the right foot by winning game one in pittsburgh friday night one of the main reasons finally getting a solid performance from their starting pitcher jeremy hellickson. hellickson pitched six strong
innings and got the win before being pulled for a lower back strain. yesterday midday matinee the steal pirates and the phils. phils looking for other solid start. vinnie's turn on early as you can see striking out three the there. but fast forward to the bot. to sixth phils down two-one and that's pirates catcher francisco with 21 situation single to left make the score four- to that will be all for vinnie. he's struggling. after the game he said he felt like a chicken without a head. that was an actual quote from the ball player he needs to go down to the manager's office and see if they can cook up something to get back on track. phillies lost a tough one yesterday pirates win six to three. talk hockey move over si the kid the story so far this post season is the national predators who are coached by former flyers coach peter laviolette. ravi experience come play off time having won a stanley cup with the hurricanes back in 2006
coming short with the flyers back in 2010 so it's no surprise his predators are having succe success. there's laviolette right there. his predators trying to steal game five on the road in anaheim. third period tied at one. predators with the puck. forsberg gets the pass. shoots and misses. but it's rebounded by upon tis all berg love that name. he scores right there. predators would gone to win three-one. they now lead the series three three-two. game six will be on monday in nashville. talk some soccer what you might not know the mls regular season goes from march till the end of october. it's a really long season. so it's fair to assume that almost all teams will go on their share of streaks both good and bad. which leads to us the philadelphia union after opening the season without a win in their first eight games the boys in blue are surging have not lost in their last five straight. last night at home hosting the colorado rapids union down one to nothing. but a nice call right here by
the ref. defender rolling up so cj steps up takes the penalty shot. tim howard no shot at stopping that game tied at one. we fast forward to the 74th minute union with the free kick on the edge of the box. harris, that's the play of the day, faux he rips the over the wall and tim howard no shot at stopping that kick. the union win. how about this. their fourth straight win and that is a new franchise record. all right. good for the union. cooking up there, baby, in chester. >> i love it maybe it's because of your tailgating the other day. >> that's it. [ laughter ] >> quick break and we'll be right back. stay with us chris christie: addiction is a disease.
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>> welcome back on this sunday morning. time now is 7:47. we have a mixture of sun and clouds right now stepping outdoors. live along the parkway right n now, looking pretty good. of course, along the art museum steps we're talking about the reach and raise today. as far as temperatures right now 54 degrees. the dew point the measure of moisture in the atmosphere in the 40s it feels really comfortable stepping outdoors. we still have the cool air in place. high pressure is to our north we still have lot of sunshine but cloud cover will stream in again later on today so we'll call it partly sunny by this afternoon. temperature wise upper 40s in trenton.
51 degrees atlantic city right now. 55 in wilmington. 52 degrees currently in reading so that planner for today, once again, partly sunny skies. 69 degrees. the high temperature by this afternoon. for tonight it is mostly cloudy. those clouds thicken and, yes, rainfall it arrives headed back to work and school. so high pressure in control for now. winds still out of the east northeast. but look at the cloud color and also look at the green. that's the rain that will head in our direction tomorrow. so dry and comfortable for today. a lot of events taking place. the italian market festival is still taking place today and also the burger brawl that's taking place so looking pretty good to get outdoors. you might want that light jacket if you have one yesterday you'll probably want one again for today. then a rainy monday ahead. we'll talk about unsettled pattern folks already asking about memorial day i have that forecast coming up. back over to you. >> all right. scott, thank you so much posts,
scroll your feed check your likes social media is taking over most of our lives. forget those staged air brush photos. stephanie humphries is here with cool app. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> good to see you. >> good to see you. >> it's consuming our lives much it's all we do. >> there's been tons of studies talking about how everybody is depressed because of social media and a lot of that has to do with the fact that everything is so curated. >> yes. >> you're only putt putting your best version of yourself out there. >> of course. >> put the filter on. >> all over. >> air brushing and the flour, you know,. >> little flower. >> filter. so knock to trying to counteract ought of that buying a genuine authentic social network. >> when i saw the spelling i didn't think it was pronounced knock. >> it's noq. >> it's pronounced knock they dictate when you post. >> okay. >> so they have this algorithm that will give you a knock and it will give you a knock notification and actually sounds like a knock on door and then
you get to post. >> okay. you're showing us how this is going to work. >> let me get back in here. noq there it is. >> i said noq. that's knock. >> that's really just random moments in your life when the fee comes up and the people you follow and things like that. we get -- i just got a knock. so you actually get -- let's see. >> look at this. getting notes ready to talk about noq on fox 29. >> i know. let's see. if we can get a knock to -- if we can get someone to send us a knock that would be great. but they have this random algorithm it sends you knocks at like all different times of the day and night and you actually have two minutes to take a picture or photo or video and up load your noq it really captures that spontaneous moment when you hear -- here's some of my other knocks like this one at 12:30 in the morning this is the little snowman i sleep with. [ laughter ]
>> i was like what is this. >> my stuffed snowman. because it happens so -- it's random but it's not random. it's their an gore rink so they >> so the app let's you know when you should post? >> yes. >> when you should interact. >> it sends i was knock. at that moment whatever you're doing, take the picture it take a video of it. share it with the people on the app and people who are following you. >> okay. >> it gives you that unvarnished really moment in time and whatever you're doing. >> do you think this is our new like instagram snap chat. >> it's trying to be. it's gaining in popularities. studies have shown and they've done their own research people really want to know what you're actually doing. they don't want to see a filtered photo. >> correct. >> they don't want to see staged pictures of your food. >> i know. >> we like all those stuff. but your life is not that perfect. >> show me the real you. >> exactly show me the real you. they say they get 98% engagement when they send their knocks out people actually do it because you never know when it's coming.
so you're excited about it by limiting the amount of times you can actually post you're excited to do it when you get that knock. >> all right. i'm going to download it and then i'm going to let you know what i think. >> follow each other you can just knock and you can actually send knocks to friends as well. >> okay. >> you only get three a day. it's that whole idea of limiting what you can do. >> gotcha to make it authentic. >> send off to friend so they can shoot picture or video and show were they're doing right then. >> i love it. all right. we're going to take a quick break and we'll be right back.
♪ summertime is almost here but it felt like it this week for sure. 7:55 on this sunday morning. live look at the art museum steps. we are looking at what will be the living beyond breast cancer reach and raise event that will start at some point this morning an lot of fox 29 personalities will be out there if you are heading out. you'll get to meet them. but first a local group of friends who met in high school getting together to help clean up neighborhoods in philadelph philadelphia. junior reporter rob -- from temple university here to share more about this story. >> hi rob. >> how you doing today. >> great. this is call the block gives back and what you're about to see is when the neighborhood gets involved or when the kids get involved the entire neighborhood gets involved and it's all in the name of community service and neighborly
pride. >> the push of the broom and the scrape of the shovel music to hakeem ruiz's year. >> i like it. >> he started a program called the block gives back with a few of this friends from high school what they do every spring is find four blocks that are in need of some spring cleaning. >> wake up the neighbors up early in the morning get the cars off the block. start street cleaning. >> the 3700 block of sydenham street in north philly. >> sweep like that. all right? >> all hand are on deck. including the little ones. >> even i rolled up my sleeves and got in on the act. hakeem works as valet monday through friday on the weekends he's busy driving his community together. >> put those rakes away. >> i'm just average guy but this is my passion. once my nine to 5:00 is over come righted to block work. >> reporter.report. >> this is something this block needed for very long while. >> joe am simkins and julia harding have lived on the block for just about three decades. >> it gives the kids something
to do. beautifies the block. it has the kids taking pride in their block. >> reporter: but the block gives back is about so much more than just picking up the trash and calling it a day. hakeem and his crew have a present for the block. a wrapped new basketball hoop. >> that will give them something to do they were using trash cans as basketball net. >> right. >> now we have a real one. they can use that i know the kids are ecstatic about that. >> reporter: now to cap it all off they throw a block party. unfortunately as soon as the party began so did the rain but these kids with their brand new basketball hoop decide decidedly undeterred by a few sprinkles. >> step up as reward for doing your block we want to you have your game here on your street. >> as for me i still needed to a little more molding of my game but i may have recruited a couple more junior reporters. by the end of the day neighbors became friends. kids were being kids. and this little slice of sydenham street got little bit
closer. >> great report, rob. i like that. >> thank you. >> this isn't the only thing they do. >> this is something they only do in the spring but they're doing stuff year round. they have a go fund mow page. they have facebook paper. hopefully we can link them up on your website. if you want to learn how to donate we can hook you you. >> thanks for introducing us to them. >> yeah. >> rob, thank you very much. 7:58. the cost of college tuition, you know that, you're at temple university, it continues to rise. but you may want to consider one type of school to get some deep discounts. we'll tell you about that coming up after the break. ♪ ♪
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yikes! i know. good day everyone. it is sunday, may 21, 2017. i had to look, um, the reach and raise yoga for reason it started at 7:30 it says goes until 12:30 i didn't know it was underway already. >> a lot of fox personalities are out there right now. >> i'm in for yoga. get a little stretch in. >> do we need a backup. >> you almost hit somebody in the face. careful sean brace. >> so did they have good weather for this event. >> beautiful. we're talking sun and clouds right now. a few more clouds later on tod today. and temperatures are going to stay comfortable as well. live look there along the ben franklin bridge. looking pretty good. taking a life look right now. that's along the parkway we're looking at temperatures starting off retama in the 50s. 57 degrees here at 8:00 o'clock. look at the dew points. that's the measure of moisture in the atmosphere those dew points are comfortable in the 40s. ultimate doppler is also dry and quiet. the closest rain is still well off to the west.
around parts of the ohio river valley. that's the rain that will impact our area for tomorrow. but once again we will stay dry for today. those temperatures still pretty cool stepping out. 55 degrees right now in allentown. 55 currently in trenton. 58 degrees right now in wildwood so as we take a look at that planner across the region, partly sunny, 69 the high temperature in center city for today. cool, breezy down the shore, 64. upper 60s the high temperature for the lehigh valley. for tonight it's mostly cloudy. the clouds thicken and y, rainfall arrives by early tomorrow morning. temperatures tonight bottom out around 57 degrees. so dry for now but look at the rain off to the west. and what about memorial day weekend? coming i'll have the preview of the forecast on what to expect. back to you, lauren. >> scott, thank you very much. all right. let's goat breaking news this morning at 8:02. three people are dead after a house fire. now investigators working to find out how it started. jennifer joyce live at the scene
on diamond street with more. hi, jenny. >> reporter: good morning, lauren. so fire officials tell us that this was a fast-moving fire, and although crews arrived quickly, the fire got a head star. there were no smoking detectors inside the home. it happen on the 5400 block of diamond street around 4:45 this morning. fire officials say that when they arrived, they saw heavy flames shooting out on the back side of the home. it's believed that the fire started on the first floor. how we don't know. the victims were trapped inside. fire officials say a woman and a young man possibly around the age of 30 were found dead inside the home. 84-year-old man was transported but died at a local hospital and 19-year-old jumped out of a second story window broke his leg but is in stable condition at len ken gnaw hospital. neighbors are waking up and learning the tragic news. they tell us the woman who died was a leader in overbrook. she was involved in anti-violence events and did what she could to make this neighborhood better.
>> another neighbor came by and said did you hear that, um, miss annie died? and that's when i lost it. because miss annie is a beautiful pillar of this community. i was going through my own stu stuff. she prayed and encouraged me every time that i saw her, you know, meet -- you don't meet people like that, never raised her voice and took care of her husband that was handicapped. my main message to this is people let's show love. let's show people we love and care about them every day because you never know when it's going to be your last. >> reporter: and people tell us that they actua actually sawn just yesterday organizing a party at a community room across the street from her house. this is three, three big losses for this community as investigators are still working to determine a cause. lauren? >> so sad and tragic. jenny joyce, thank you so much. also, breaking this morning, nine people were shot north philadelphia overnight. police say a gunman opened fire
on a crowd of 30 people who were hanging out listening to music and just dancing it happened on 2200 block of huntington street around 10:45 last night. officers say a total of 27 bullets were fired. the victims between the ages of 17 and 262 are in critical condition. the others are stable. police investigating that shooting now. now to our top stories in south jersey crews are getting the upper hand on fire that's burning near the wharton state forest. this started yesterday morning in shamong township, burlington county. medford lakes fire department posted these images of the fire fight on facebook. flames have scorched roughly 30. but no homes are threatened. investigators are looking into what caused that fire. jury selection set to begin tomorrow in bill cosby' sexual assault trial. jury selection will happen in pittsburgh and once the jury is seated they will travel to montgomery county for the trial. the process expected to take about two weeks. cosby stands accused of drugging and sexually assaulting temple university employee andrea
constand in his cheltenham mansion back in 2004. all right. three-year-old in the hospital after falling out window. police are working to figure out exactly what happened. police got the call yesterday morning. the child fell out of a third-story window on the 2100 block of dover street in north philadelphia. he was taken to the hospital where he is in stable condition. philadelphia police also investigating an assault at a philadelphia carnival. they say group of teenagers target add couple at the bbm church along old bustleton avenue yesterday. the husband and wife were with their children when they were attack. the father hit in the head. the mother was punched. police have not made any arres arrests. nearly a dozen people have minor injuries after a deck collapsed at a home in roxborough. police tell us 16 people on that deck at a home along the 8800 block of anthony lane when it gave way. this was around 9:00 o'clock last night. 11 people suffered minor injuries. philadelphia's licenses and inspections agents now
investigating. the search today for teenager who went missing in the delaware river. loved ones say ant and two fox jumped in the water even though he could not swim. with the boy fosses father and his friends. >> everybody hurt right now. just hurt. nobody want to believe it. >> reporter: friends and family of 16 year at ant and two fox full of emotions hours after police say the teen went missing during an evening swim in the delaware river. >> my son 16 years old. he cannot swim. he wasn't supposed to be out here. he was supposed to have been at his friend' house. >> reporter: fox's father larry bennett is trying to piece the story together. he has a lot of questions. >> his friends came and knocked on my door and told me that my son was in the delaware river and they couldn't find him. >> reporter: bennett rush to the linden avenue boat ramp friday night where a search was already under way. it lasted several hours and resumed when the sun came up. >> a couple of us went up to the store and then we come back and
all this happened like in the blink of an eye. >> reporter: michael greenwod says fox a lincoln high school sophomore was with a group of their best friends unwinding after a long week. even though fox can't swim, friends say he likes the water and jumped in a few times for fun with his buddies. >> they did it four times. he was perfec perfectly fine. >> obviously he didn't expect things to turn out this way. no one did. no one could have predicted it report roar fox is described as special young man who impacted teachers and staff at lincoln high several of whom spent their saturday at the search site dealing with their own shock and sadness while also consoling their heart broken students. >> it's just not possible. this is just a dream. that's what oy want to believe. i'm just going to wake up and everything just going to be all right. my son is a beautiful son. he's a good kid. never hurt nobody. and he's harmless. and i just don't understand what's going on right now. >> reporter: philadelphia police are combing through surveillance footage along the river to help clarify exactly
what happened. in northeast philadelphia, jennifer joyce, fox 29 news. happening today, president trump expect to do you were unity in fighting terror this comments will come during the arab islamic american summit this afternoon. the president will deliver a speech on combating radical extremism. yesterday kick off his inaugural trip overseas as president. he started the day meeting with arab leaders and the king of bahrain. mr. trump says the two countries have wonderful relationship but there has been a slight strain. yesterday the president signed a $110 billion defense agreement with the saudi arabian king. all right. have people been talking to us on social mode ya. quiet sunday morning. >> it has been. everyone is tired from yesterday's events right. >> yeah. i think we have couple people talking to us. let's see what they say. i asked the question what their favorite springtime activities are. look at this one john samson. >> watching lauren, sean and scott and jenny joyce. >> very nice. >> on fox 29 good day. >> we love you, john. thank you so much. >> kenya says, favorite spring
event is the annual east egg hunt at the stenting house. good weather for that. thank you for your comments and keep them coming. we want to talk up to it's quiet when we're up here. no one is awake. wee we hope you're up watching. >> better be. >> what else would you be doing. >> nothing better. it's hot that means many of you will be heading to the pool but before you dip your toe in the water, health officials warning that these pools may be dirty. we'll tell you how when we come back. ♪ >> weekend wendy has a lot of food. of course she does. it is day two of the ninth street italian market festival. the hours are 11 am till 6:00 p.m. you can seat the entire time because there's plenty of food there. basically it's all along ninth street. washington avenue is where the center of the action is and then blocks and blocks on either side of washington are closed. so live entertainment, games, a whole lot of food and a whole lot of fun at the italian festival this weekend. have a good time.
♪ that will wake you up. right? >> 8:13 on this sunday. you're taking live look at the art museum stairs. fox 29 is sponsoring the living beyond breast cancer reach and raise yoga event right there on the stairs. there will be a lot of fox 29 personalities out there at some point this morning. scott williams is not one of
them because he's here keeping an eye on your weather. >> great weather indeed lauren. we're talking about a mixture of sun and clouds right now. temperatures pretty cool. grab that light jacket or sweater. 57 degrees colonelly at the airport. dew points very low. in the 40s right now. so the air is drier than what we saw during the heat wave those dew points were in the 60s. temperatures right now pretty good as well. 58 degrees in so far. sight rye now pottstown along with the lehigh valley. we have 55 degrees right now in trenton. down the shore right now, waking up to temperatures right around 57 degrees. sea isle city 57. the boardwalk there in ac we have 54 in camden along with cinnaminson and bordentown. that planner for today, we'll call it partly sunny. upper 60s the high temperature in sent city. down the shore 64. upper 60s in the lehigh valley. for tonight, it is mostly clou cloudy. rain, yes, it is on the horizon by tomorrow. grab the rain gear off to work and school. high pressure for now but off to
the west this is tomorrow's rain maker. we'll go hour by hour. partly sunny skies. but dry for your sunday. then watch what happens early tomorrow morning we're watching that green. we're watching that rain move in from west to east during the day tomorrow. we could see on average about half an inch of rainfall. so the seven day forecast upper 60s today. low 70s tomorrow. 74, dry on tuesday. wednesday, thursday, a little unsettled. great kick off to the upcoming holiday weekend. friday, 75 degrees. 80 degrees on saturday. but what about the current holiday weekend forecast trend? for next week andy lot of folks asking about memorial day weekend. right now it look like temperatures will top out in the low to mid 80s. there could be maybe a pop-up storm sunday and then also monday. back over to you. >> okay. i love this story. new york based start up now offering a debit card this is sean playing here in my shot a debit card for kids the company
called current their goal to help parents keep up with their child's through an app the card can be loaded and monitored online. the app offers allowing parents to set up chores and then when they're complete the child can get paid. the debit card can be loaded for allowance money parents can transfer from their own been account. there is a monthly service between between two and three dollars. kids can use it anywhere vees vasa accepted. i love this idea. college is on scale, private schools offering big discounts to lure students in. that's why you saw these dangling things in my shot. [ laughter ] >> look at this guy. >> it is the season. >> got his cap and gown on. he's ready. >> he's ready to roll. >> it's graduation season, right? >> it is graduation season. hence sean is getting honorary diploma today. >> yes. >> right? >> when did you ever think we'd be talking about college tuition going down on sale? >> i know. >> did you ever think we'd be doing a story like this. >> no. >> deep discounts specifically at private schools. >> private schools and here's what's going on.
private school tuition has rocketed up the last couple of decades. >> yes. >> finally the laws of economics supply den manned are taking over. here's what's happening. enrollment is down. >> oh. >> this year down about 2% it's been down every year since 2010. so therefore there's just simply less demand. more supply because these colleges have had this nuclear arms race of building out their campus facilities new dorms, rock climbing walls you name it for the students. so there are more seats to fill. >> do you think that the college numbers are declining because of price hike. >> two things going on lauren. first it is price. we are final becoming more educated. middle class folks are saying, you know what, this is nuts we don't want to be indentured servants the rest of our life under this student loan burden the size of wyoming. >> um-hmm. >> secondly, because of demographics there's less students. there's less young people able to go to college. >> okay. >> two things going on there.
and therefore private schools in particular are feeling the pinch. and this year there's a record tuition discount of 44% on average between academic scholarships, athletic scholarships, et cetera. >> we should take advantage? >> you on the to take advantage. so here's a few things. number one, you got to make sure you apply for financial aid. i can tell me how many people tell me i didn't apply for it because i know i'm not going to get it. >> they think and miss out of money. i paid three years through financial aid and scholarships. >> got to take that fir step and apply. >> number two get down to the financial aid office. remember the financial aid officer it's her job to help you figure out how to pay for college. so she can keep her job. >> right. >> right. so they have a invested interest in figuring out how to get you in school and pay for school. >> job security. >> yeah. look we've got to become educated consumers this is on us. >> yes. >> we spend more time sometimes reading the label of our mini wheats than we do understanding what goes into paying for college. >> do your homework. >> you got to do your homework and a greg seive about it and
look the reality it's a product. it's a service. we're buying it. right you've got educated and smart about it don your homework and negotiate. why not. >> don't lay back and think i'll be indentured servant the rest of my life paying all these student loans. >> do you remember how long it took to you pay off your student loans? >> i remember how long it took me to pay off the first lady student loans i didn't they she did a few and we paid those off once we got married. >> all scholarships? were you a scholar. >> he's a gentleman and a scholar. >> yes. >> i think we have laura's grad pictures up here somewhere. >> i look at it the other day. she was a scholar. there it is. >> look at that. >> i was smiling. whoo, i made it out. >> you went to furman. >> get out. >> south carolina, right. >> south carolina. purple pal dins. >> where is your picture. >> can we dig it up out of the archives. i didn't think they had photographer back then. >> wait a minute. with hair. >> looks like a hostage video. >> that's from rutgers i went on to drexel penn after that it got
steadily worse after that. >> look at you jumping around. >> you guys got mine, right. >> where is yours. >> harvard -- [ laughter ] >> there you go, sean. >> we don't have it. my bad. took footage i garaged from her very a couple years ago. couple years ago. >> no biggy. honorary degrees in sports ology. >> right. >> you are a graduate, my friend. dan the man, thank you. >> you got it guys. what's your favorite adult beverage. >> can you answer that. >> it's got to be bourbon. >> bourbon. >> yeah. >> a lot more people are indul indulging in wine of a certain kind. >> you you. >> no? >> no. >> no? >> come on now. >> only beer is the can and sodas. we'll talk about it. stay with us. ♪ chris christie: addiction is a disease.
james: i just know i didn't want to feel that pain anymore. i got help. you can too. aj: most people think addicts are beyond help. when i see an addict, i see hope. chris christie: don't suffer. don't wait. call 844 reach nj or visit reachnj.gov. >> i'm karen hepp with busy mommas today's busy momma. >> mj, good morning to you. >> good morning karen. >> you brought your baby isabella. >> say hi isabella. >> what's the name of your business. >> dear isabella. >> in honor of this baby who changed my life. >> your jewelry is beautiful i'm wearing one your pieces. absolutely gorgeous much this is special stone. why did you pick this stone. >> i have from the dominican republic. i've been in philadelphia for 13 years. our slogan is a piece of the ocean in the heart of the city. i think that explains very well that philadelphia is my home,
but also get a piece of the, that caribbean blew with you in philadelphia. >> your pieces are so maze k1 is your favorite? >> i think the one that you're wearing. the blue queen. i think it portrays showcase the stone beautifully. and it's very rich in details. i don't know if you can actually appreciate like the little leaf the details on the band. so i love it. i really love that piece. i think my second favorite will be the love heels safety pin. >> where can people find your work. >> derr isabella.net is the best way to get in contact with us. once you visit the website you can see our facebook, instagram, twitter, everything is there. you're a busy homage thank you so much for your time this morning. >> thank you. >> we love your work and your business and little baby isabella as well. >> bye-bye. >> you can find all the information on our website fox29.com.
>> today's your health eating plenty of fruits and veggies may help keep your leg arteries free of blockages. researchers looked at date from three and a half million people with the average age in their 60's. those who ate three or more servings. fruits and veggies today a 20% reduced risk avenue type of artery disease. dietary assessments and counseling needed to help people avoid the unhealthy habits. >> you eat a lot of fruits? >> all the time. >> i do. >> you better. >> yesterday high banana -- apple and strawberries. >> i try to eat a lot of fruits as well. a warning about swimming pools. parasite is on the rise at pools. it's known as crypto and cases have double in the past two years. the parasite can call symptoms like dire roo ya and sometimes vomiting. >> bacteria usually killed with a minute or less contact with the chlorine. crypto can actually last up to ten days. if do you have a pool that is infected by the cdc has been
finding you have to super color rin 98 the pool and go through extra procedures. >> here's what health officials say. do not swallow water in swimming pools and if you have symptoms, avoid swimming altogether. uber making its way into another realm transportation industry. they launched a in you app called uber 48. it matches truck drivers and companies with shipments that need delivery the companies shipping the goods would pay uber and uber then pays the driver. this is uber's third stand along app after uber eats and uber rush. >> taking over the world, laur lauren. >> changing the way we do thing. >> all right. giving people competition. because a lot of times you want to ship something and you have limited options. >> yeah. >> healthy competition. nothing wrong with that. >> that's right. forget popping the cork. you can now pop open a can of your favorite wine. maybe pee know, rose', chardonnay. >> i'm a noir guy. >> you are? >> yeah. new trend in wine now comes in a six pack. what do you think about that? >> um, veiled to taste it obviously.
>> yeah. >> immediate many owe its i'm not feeling it. >> sean is asking for taste test so he can comment. >> you got to smell the cork. >> what happens with the swirl. you swirl your beer can? >> no. >> is that what you got to do? sales of can wine taking off among young adults dozens of news varieties set to hit store shelves over the next few months. if you're wondering one can equals a glass. here's what i can say, though. sometimes living alone i don't want to open bottle because i don't want to finish the entire bottle by myself. >> just drink a glass then. >> but then when you cork it it tastes different the next day. i might not want to drink the next day. it's two days. >> i can see it. >> do you understand. >> i understand. >> i understand the smaller serving sizes for single ladies and men who want to drink a glass. >> i'm blaming millennials again. they're ruining everything. >> why? >> there's no need for canned wine. >> you have canned beer. >> true. >> what's the difference. >> i understand what you're saying. >> you think it's just too trendy and like people are trying to do it for the novelty it.
>> sure. >> its not because it's really the convenience of not wanting to open a full bottle. >> something different. the marking. it's the packaging much but does it make sense from your perspective. eek understand that. >> thanks for listening. >> that's what i like about this guys much he's all ears. >> a keen relationship, you want to listen. you want to hear what the lady has to say. >> keep talking to me. >> kelly is teach you well. >> not too long ago doctors told this local boy he may never walk again after he suffered a major stroke much his positive attitude and commitment helped him beat the odds.
>> 8:41. nine people were shot in north philadelphia overnight much police say gunman simply opened fire on crowd of people who were hanging out listening to music, dancing. this happened on the 2200 block of huntington street around 10:45. officers say 27 bullets were fired. the victims between the ages of 17 and 26, two are in critical condition this morning. the others are stable. welcome back. you're watching good day weeke weekend. i'm lauren johnson. scott williams has look at your sunday forecast just before we get some rain. >> looking pretty good. dry for today. mixture of sun and clouds. live look right now along the parkway of you can see they are gearing up for reach and raise. looking good and pretty comfortable right now. the temperature 57 degrees. dew points they are low in the low 40s right now. we still have an easterly wind
right around 8 miles per hour. so take look at ultimate doppl doppler. scanning the area. we're dry many, we're quiet, yes, rain that is back for tomorrow. look at the temperatures right now. 57 degrees down in ac. we have 57 in wilmington along with philadelphia. mid 50s right now in the lehigh valley. the normal high temperature for this time of year is 75 degrees. for today, upper 60s. temperatures below average and then for tonight it's 57. the clouds thicken and york, that rainfall will be moving in. so high pressure that's in control right now. but off to the west around the great lakes around parts of the ohio river valley we're watching this moisture and that is headed in our direction for tomorrow. so get outdoors and enjoy. you might want that light jack or sweater temperatures below average with that breeze coming in more off the ocean. rainy monday ahead and then an unsettled pattern for a part of next week. but will we dry out in time for the upcoming holiday weekend. details with that the seven day
is coming up back to you. >> thank you very much, tragedy tis morning after house fire leaves three people dead. now fire investigators making a disappoindisappointing discovere that home. let's get out to jenn for joyce live at the scene on diamond street. hi, jenny. good morning, lauren. so we are learning that all four of the fire victims are family members. fire officials say that the fire was fast moving and although crews worked quickly the fire had a head start because there were no working smoke detects in the home. it happened on the 54 hun doctor block of diamond street around 4:45 this morning. fire officials say that when they arrived, they saw heavy flames shooting out the back side of the home. it's believed the fire started on the first floor. how, we don't know, the victims were trapped inside. fire officials say a woman and her adult son around the age of 30 were found dead inside the home an 84-year-old man was transported but died at a local hospital. a 19-year-old jumped out of a second story window, broke his leg, but he's in stable condition at lang gnaw hospital. neighbors are waking up and
learning the tragic news. they tell us the woman who died was leader in overbrook. she was involved in anti-violence events, and did what she can to make this neighborhood better. so investigators right now they're still here still on scene looking into a cause of this fire. lauren? >> always sad when you find out who these people are. jenny, thank you so much. a mid political turmoil in th white house and with president trump away on his first overseas trip vice-president mike pence took trip of his own to western pennsylvania. he was the keynote speaker at grove city college. a private christian college. he addressed the largest graduating class of the college since it was founded. the vice-president echoed the same messages that trump gave in a similar speech about a week ago. >> so i say to all the graduates here today, don't fear critici criticism. have the humility to sis listen to it, learn from it, and most importantly push through it. >> today pence will be delivering another commence many address at notre dame.
well, it was the annual walk for autism in south jersey. hosted by autism speaks. the walk is the world's largest fun raising event to enhance the lives of people who are living with autism. the proceeds helped fuel innovative research and make connections to critical life long supports and services. the walk raised over $100,000. >> ♪ all right. the art museum steps there's the reach and raise event. we'll be right back. ♪
their doctors were preparing them for a rough future but they never really accepted the bleak prognosis. our bill anderson shows us how one boy's positive attitude helped him beat the odds for goodness sake. >> brain injury you never know what the out come is going to be. so we were given the worse possible news for him. ♪ >> reporter: wendy is talking about her son chase and the worst news happened on this day a few years ago when her sons and her family's lives changed. >> he sudden a massive stroke on his left side. he was completed paralyzed on the right side of his body. he couldn't walk, talk, eat, lift his head, really do anything. >> chase, say hi to you bill. >> hi bill. >> reporter: three years ago, after a massive stroke, doctors thought that ten-year-old chase
may never walk again. but today, he ran. >> go! >> today happens to be feel day at his school where the school is split into two teams and they compete each other again in relay races and sporting games and we're her because chase is participating. we didn't think he'd be able to walk again. come on chase. >> reporter: he still moves around with noticeable limp and has weakness on his right side. you remember that three years ago today he couldn't even lift his head, what he did today was impressive to me emotional to his mother. >> i'm amazed. estrual al miracle and i still get emotion talking about it today. it's been three years. but i love the fact that he's able to participate. >> reporter: he's only ten you can immediately see his positive attitude is definitely aiding his recovery. he ran, did replay race and blue balls at targets. what he didn't want to do is at the love talking he thinks he's doing he's supposed to do. >> i feel pretty great license never give up. >> no. >> no. >> reporter: through rehab and
nay sayers nothing distracted wants to be like another chase we all know. >> utley. >> i want to play baseball professional. i want to be just just like chase utley. >> yeah. >> yeah. that's the game plan? >> yup. ♪ >> reporter: their lofty goals but based on what young chase has overcome so far and friends and family who refuse to accept that he can't i wouldn't bet against him. chase might just end up being an example for those facing the scary path of stroke rehab whether old or young believe and keep going for goodness sake. i'm bill anderson. >> bill is the man always finds these great stories. doesn't he. >> chase wants to be chase you willy. >> wants to be lining chase knocking them out the park. >> great video from about two nights ago the dodgers almost got into a bench clearing brawl. >> yikes! >> dodgers and marlins and a huge guy for the marlins jianne carlos stanton dot beam he takes a walk to the mound first guy out of the dug out for dodgers steps in front of him was chase
utley. tremendous video. you got to check it out. >> wow. >> not scared at all. wow. >> fearless. >> yeah. >> okay. what do you look for in a potential mate? maybe it's age previous partners. political affiliations. do they have children. religion. >> good looks. >> good looks. >> yeah. >> good attitude. >> elevator has to stop on one floor. >> can't skip a floor. i like that. >> new study says knowing someone credit score would affect their willingness to date that person. so i don't know. >> how do you get there, though. >> how do you get to that conversation? >> that's what i'm saying. bank rate.com says 42% of adults say a bad credit score could be a deal breaker. that means people are asking the question, i wondered that too when i read this, sean, i'm like, at were point do you introduce that into the conversation without it seeming like, you're being judgmental, you're being a gold digger? how does that work. >> my friend io that's one of his first questions. >> my goodness i go out with
this guy he introduces me to his friend we're sitting there talking. we're at a game. sixers game. >> he's like what's your credit score. >> first question he says to me what's your credit score. >> that controls lot, though. >> i'm like -- >> that's important. >> that's how you get there. >> it's true. >> did it turn you off. >> no, it was funny because it was like -- >> did it turn you on? >> no. didn't turn me on. didn't turn me off. >> like he was joking but he wasn't joking. >> it was like funny, not funny. so that's our instant poll question this morning. would someone's credit score be a factor as potential date for you? let us know your thoughts on our social media channels. >> i think later because i'll speak right here from experience. my credit was not good but i work on it and have been obviously getting things better. >> right. >> it's good credit score right now as we speak. >> right. >> but it hasn't always been. >> it hasn't always been. if you get to the point and get that question, my credit is not all that good. as long as they work to it. >> that's true. sometimes it's not even -- you don't have to ask the question you can find out through other behaviors.
spending. >> yeah. >> gambling. >> my credit cards are maxed out. all my money is going toward. >> why is your electric bill in your mama's name. >> she don't live here. [ laughter ] >> your mama's name. karen thanks for talking to us. getting ready for the eagles womens festival. fly eagles fly. good for you. >> how fun. >> there you go. >> i wonder where that is. >> all right. remember if you want to talk to us use the #fox29goodday. let's take live look outside at the art museum steps for the reach and raise museum -- i can't even talk. reach and raise event at the art museum steps. are we going to take that look. >> downward dog action. >> okay. >> all right. we'll take a break. >> great weather for it. >> we'll be right back.
♪ >> so there's live look from the art museum stairs. or steps. whichever you want to call it. the reach and raise yoga event happening right now. i just saw quincy harris of "the q" show and i saw sue serio minus weekend wendy together we'll check in with them in just a few minutes. scott will tell us how fantastic the sunday forecast is. >> beautiful conditions right now. temperatures are in the mid to upper 50s. the air is very refreshing. we have the low humidity right now checking in at 57 degrees. but look at the dew points current until the low 40s. that's the measure of moisture in the air. and it is dry. we're looking at 57 atlantic city. 57 philadelphia.
50 degrees right now mount pocono. 55 in the lehigh valley folks in south jersey looking at 56 degrees. cinnaminson right now, 57 a popular number right now down the shore. so as far as that forecast, temperatures top out in the mid to upper 60s. we'll call it partly sunny for tonight the clouds thicken and, yes, that rainfall it arrives by day break tomorrow. so have the rain gear handy. 57 degrees the overnight low. high pressure in control now. but here's the rain off to the west. so as we go hour with hour, a mixture of sun and clouds for today. it's dry. but look at the clock. look at tomorrow morning. late morning into the afternoon that's the bulk of the heff vo rainfall. maybe a rumble of thunder heaviest rainfall looks to be north and west. lighter ams once you move into parts down the shore. so that's seven day forecast showing you upper 60s today. low 70s with the showers scattered storms for tomorrow. a dry break tuesday. wednesday thursday a little unsettled. nice start to the upcoming
holiday weekend. by friday, temperatures mid 70s. as we move toward saturday, 80 degrees. low to mid 80s sunday into monday. and there might be a few pop up showers and thunderstorms but right now the forecast trend looks like a pretty decent memorial day weekend. back over to you. >> thank you so much. we have a health update this morning. we first introducing to you this local woman one year ago ion in a was faux cuff on her mother rochelle's treatment for stage four metastatic breast cancer when she felt her own lump much she had stage four metastatic breast cancer just like her mother this was january 2013 her mother passed away but her fight continues her husband says she's now in hospice which can be very expensive. the couple created a fundraising page to help with the financial burr. if you've like to donate visit our website fox29.com for a link to there's. all right. it's about well being and the perfect state of mind today is the living beyond breast cancer reach and raise yoga event which
fox 29 proudly sponsors. sue serio, quincy harris are joining us now. quincy, sean guessed that you probably bike or like ran down to the art museum. >> he got his miles in this morning. >> no. i didn't. because i have to save all my energy for yoga this morning. >> got it. >> i -- i drove may car but this is such great event sue serio. >> good morning. >> we really enable the perfect weather day today. >> yes. >> last year it was little chilly this perfect. this is perfect. so many people, listen if you're coming come now because the spots are filling up fast. >> yes. >> at the art museum. you never -- you experienced it last year, too. the experience of stand on the rocky steps but doing yoga. >> yes. >> it's kind of surreal. it's wonderful. the energy. beautiful day. >> yeah. people are here and, you know, living beyond breast cancer they help lost people a lot of families dealing with breast cancer. i know my mother was dealing with cancer she lost her battle,
upping, about two months ago. so these people are warriors. these people, you know, this community of people they bring together,ing. >> just to know you're not alo alone. >> yes. >> because it's so tough. it's so tough. >> yes. we have -- >> so if he ya come on in here. >> good morning. >> you work with llbc. tell us about some of the services you provide. >> we go out went do stay with the community llbc is there. i found llbc on an internet just searching for something because i'm 17 year breast cancer survivor. had my breasts remove. when i saw llbc. wait a minute. llbc living beyond breast cancer i'm living beyond breast cancer. >> yes, you are. >> i'm here, i'm sharing i give. i live in new york city in queens much i'm coming to this event we don't have this in new york. after today i'm going to make sure it gets there. my sister who's a yogi she loves yoga said we going. so we drove up 4:00 o'clock this morning and we here on the steps and just volunteer, i'm met
wonderful people. sidney her sister so we just seeing this atmosphere, nam ma stay and loving everybody sharing at the same time this is so different than a walk and a run. but just to sit together and just be in tune with one another. that's what it's all about and help got my tutu on. >> it's the positivity and it's been proven scientific klee that really does help when you're fighting cancer. >> yes. you need to be at one get your boater together. so you can breathe in and breathe out and take in what's there and help your body and the inside heel because that's what it's about. when you have cancer it's a disease on the inside. you might not be feeling good on the outside so you go the to bring it altogether. >> and just make it work. in thank you for your courage and thank you for supporting the event as well. >> you're welcome. >> calm -- come down here. i want to see sean. i want to see lauren. i want to see you guys down here after you get off. >> we're working. >> we have to hold it down. but we will come sneak by. >> you can walk over. nam st a.
>> since we saw sue we got to check with bob with kelly's classroom. ♪ hey everybody saturday mornings you know it was all about morning television all about super heroes. by the way bob kelly couldn't be here this morning. so batman is filling in for him. bob will be back on monday i'm here with the gang at the lansdale play and learn. it's super hero day. look at all the costumes that they have. so i have my batman costume on. batman was my favorite. okay. who was your favorite? >> batman and spiderman. >> it batman and spiderman. >> look at this guy he's got the 50/50 going on. batman shirt and spidie shirt. >> who was your favorite flash. >> captain america. >> how about you sweetie who are you dressed as? >> i think i know. >> take us away. >> you are wonderwoman!
>> right? >> who is this guy? who are you dressed as. >> darth vader. >> turn around shown the camera this outfit. these are his real muscles i think. what's your name and who are you dressed as? >> iron man. >> iron man. >> okay. and then who can fly? whoever can fly -- >> me! >> who can fly? >> okay. let's fly and get a snack. how does that sound? >> yes. >> so turn around and everybody wave to mom and dad. super heroes to the rescue!
>> look who it is.kathy baker. you know kathy scott was missing you. he said i haven't heard from kathy on twitter in awhile. >> hey kathy. >> there's her big smile. you're turning 60 tomorrow. welcome it with open arms. then there's mike davis. who says, credit score is important to if you're planning a future but date not really. he. >> i was with mike yesterday. i met him for the first time on twitter i was at an event that his uncle hosted. it's always great when you get to meet the twitter world in your life in real life. >> exactly. >> is it? >> most times. >> to slow down. i'm sure it was for mike. i get it. you never know. >> we were at church so it was all good. >> some of them folks out there -- >> lighten up. >> 8:56. before the show ends let's talk about the power couple of the year. call them the billion dollar
couple. >> is that right? >> jay-z bean i don't know say according to forbes magazine, they are worth a combined net worth of more than $1 billion. beyonce' 350 million. jay-z wealth estimate the 810 million. on top of their wildly successful music career they are known for having hands in variety of business ventures including profitable clothing lines. >> i think the empire is stabbed. >> it's there. >> and blue ivy. >> i know. >> the twins. >> now the twins are coming. they can afford it. >> yeah. quick weather forecast before we -- i can't talk today. >> what's going on with you? >> i don't know. >> spit it out. >> looking pretty. good temperatures top out upper 60s to near 70 today. the rain arrives for monday. we get a dry break tuesday. maybe some storms wednesday into thursday. friday, saturday looking pretty good and the holiday weekend right now it looks pretty good for memorial day weekend. high temperatures low to mid 8 80s. >> this is what i need to do for the rest of the day. because i can't get my life together.
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>> i'm chris wallace. the president on his firstborn trip, while at home and investigation ramps up and the possible links between the drum campaign in russia. >> president trump: the entire thing has been a witch hunt and there is no collusion between certainly myself in my campaign. >> i think the people and the rest of the world do not have the time to pay attention to what's happening domestically here. >> we will break down the president's trip and what it means for u.s. foreign policy with the secretary of state rex tillerson. it's a "fox news sunday" exclusive. then former fbi director robert muller is tapped to lead the investigation into russian interference in the 2016 election. >> special counsel was much caed