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inside a baptist church in sutherland springs, texas yesterday. that's about 30 miles southeast of san antonio. even though the motive is unclear, we are learning more about kelley as authorities in texas are now saying police went to the home of the gunman on a domestic violence complaint three years ago involve his girlfriend at the time. officials say no arrests though were mamed we're also learning more about kelley's past including his time in the u.s. air force. fox's lauren blanchard has the latest fours. >> reporter: authorities now say the more than two dozen people killed in sunday's deadly church massacre included an 18 month old child and a pregnant mother of five. now most of our church family is gone. >> reporter: investigators say before 26-year-old devin patrick kelley opened fire sunday, he recently sent threatening text smatches to his mother-in-law who sometimes attended the church but was not there sunday. >> there was a domestic situation going on win this family. >> during sunday's attack the church's pastor was out of town
with his wife. but their 14-year-old daughter annabelle was among those killed. >> and one thing that gives me a sliver of encouragement the is the fact that bell was surroun surrounded yesterday by her church family that she loved fears. >> reporter: local man says he was driving by the church when he spotted a neighbor exchanging gunfire with the suspect. >> the shooter took off and the neighbor came over, jumped in my truck and said he just shot at the church and said we have to get him. i said let's go. >> reporter: from there they gave chase. >> i was doing about 90, 95 miles an hour all the way. i did see him lose control of his vehicle and crash. >> reporter: after that, police arrived and say the suspect died of a self inflicted gunshot wound. at this point investigators say they have concluded the shoot shoo shooting was not radically or religiously motivator. kelley received a bad conduct discharge from the air force after being court marshaled in 2012 for assaulting his spouse and child. texas police say she responded to at least one domestic violence call involving the
suspect. in washington, lauren blanchard, fox news. of course we'll have continuing coverage on the texas church shooting at 5:30 at 6:00. make sure you download our fox 29 app on your phone for breaking news alerts. days after a jogger found a 21-year-old woman dead in cobbs creek, many questions remain. police are looking for her killer who strangled her. fox 29's jeff cole is live in southwest philadelphia where the young woman lived. jeff? >> reporter: lucy, the head of philadelphia's homicide unit describes key era johnson as a young woman living her life during the right thing. tonight investigators want to know who it is and why they would take this young woman's life. those who knew the 21-year-old describe her as a high achieving talented artist. she lived in this apartment off lindberg boulevard in southwest philly where two men were gathered monday. they told us key era johnson's mother who she lived with was not home while neighbors say they knew key area to say hi.
>> just said good morning, yes, sometimes i seen her in the afternoon. we come home at the same time. i saw her coming back again. that's all i can tell you. >> reporter: police heard from johnson's mother thursday afternoon concerned her daughter hadn't returned home. by friday morning, a jogger alerted police to a body in the water at cobbs creek. it was the young woman known as key. she will been strangled to death. >> right now we're working on tracking down her movements and isolating who she was last with, um, and that's still very much in progress at this point. >> reporter: on facebook images of key area were posted and sorrow suppressed for her passing honor and dean's list at hushing college in spring gard garden. school released a statement remembering her as talented, gentle, kind and always smiling. key was not only a visual artist bought performance artist as well. police say they have no suspects and won't say much else. >> we don't know what happened here.
so it's not a situation where, um, she did something that led to this that would put yourself in jeopardy. we don know. >> reporter: on fiss book it's written key area johnson was on her way to south street to meet a friend but never made it. near her home there was shock and sadness. >> i felt like i couldn't work. my co-worker showed meet picture. that's a shame. >> reporter: police do not want to say much about what they know about their investigation so far addin adding that soon ty will be talking to people and they don't want them to know what investigators do. we'll have more at 6:00. live in southwest philly, jeff cole, fox 29 news. iain. >> jeff, thank you. skyfox over the scene of an accident at west chester university earlier today. the university says this afternoon thee students were waiting for a bus in the s lot when a car hit them. the driver has been taken into custody and is not a student there. one of students was not hurt and went to class. the other two were taken to
hospital where one of them is still recovering. west chester university says authorities are investigating whether that driver was intoxicated. skyfox over a serious car crash in bensalem. police say at least two people are in the hospital after two afternoon on bensalem boulevard and flushing road. we don't know the conditions of the people hurt. and people investigating what happened there. one expert says the problem is quote rampant. city lawmakers admit philadelphia's response has been horrendous. their both talking about squatting the illegal take over of another person's home. our bruce gordon joins us live at city hall now where victims of the crime poured their hearts out in hopes of finding a solution. bruce? >> reporter: iain, how would you like to get to the front door of your home one night only to be greeted by strangers claiming it's their home? it's happening all over philadelphia and the city and city police have so far done little to stop it. >> this is just a horrendous
dereliction of due. >> don and debbie mc ma guy came to city hall way horror story no one should face. six month battle of possession of their long-time home. >> i was the owner of that property. no one else was given permission to be in that property. >> don magee says they were in the process of selling their home on 5300 block of akron street back in the spring. an inspector was greeted by ten squatters adults and kids claiming ownership of the property. thus began a lengthy and costly fight to remove the intruders. asthma guy spelled out the city lawmakers with debbie looking on in tears. >> lost the sale of our house. and don't know where the end is. >> have you asked the utilities be shut off to that home and if so how did they play out. >> they want no parts of it. the utilities don't want to get involved. >> i have to get a consent form signed by the squatters. >> really? >> yes. to get the utilities shut off. >> that's correct. by the gas company. >> that sounds like a joke but i don't see you laughing. >> nom it's not a joke.
>> i've been violated by these people that came into my home. victims of squatters the mags and others told stories of police called to the scene only to throw up their hands when squatters presented even the most obviously fraudulent paper work. >> hundred 50 days in now they're still there today. sure enough i visited the magee's akron street home, knock at the door. a woman piqued out the window but refused to answer. >> hi, can i talk to you for minute? >> also, too, i don't want to go out. i don't want to do nothing. >> this is devastated your life. >> it's just turned me completely upside down. >> city and state lawmakers are working on legislation to make ease your for police to remove squatters. to place on them the burden of proving their legit. for now all city council could do is apologize for the appalling state of affairs. >> there has been a woeful failure to serve the public. >> reporter: interestingly the mags are arrived at that council hearing this morning straight
from a court hearing literally just down the hall here at city hall. in that court hearing, well, a tentative agreement has been reached between the mags and the squatters the squatterrings said to be willing to leave that house that akron street house by december 3rd. we'll see what happens. iain. >> all right, bruce. we'll be watching. thanks. clouds and showers moving in across the delaware valley. a live look at wilmington right now on an early monday night. those it's already dark because of course the clocks went back. kathy orr joins us now way first look at your forecast. kathy. >> what day indeed, iain. temperatures soaring into the 60s be 70s. ultimate doppler showing a few spotty showers moving through on the coattails of a northwesterly wind you see that blue contour that's the cold air that's moving in. the poconos 43. 56 in allentown. 62 in pottstown. in philadelphia it is 68 degrees. as we go hour by hour tonight temperatures in the 50s. falling through the late night hours. some cloud cover out there. a northerly win at 9:00 p.m. with temperature of 57 wine the 11:00 o'clock hour 50 degrees
with that north wind. the pattern is changing. a dip in the jet stream is coming. that cool air is going to settle down toward the mid atlantic. we will have our first freeze of the season even in philadelphia this week. we'll take look at those numbers coming up. it's finally fall. iain, we'll send it back to you. >> ♪ speaking about freeze the eagles are hot. big sunday for the eagles they look unpoppable. let's bring in kristen rodgers now for more than on that. kristen. >> iain hard to find weaknesses in eight and one eagles team but now heading into the by week they're taking advice from kendrick lamar. be humble because this phillies sports fans though things can change just like that. eagles are taking this time to reflect on what they've been able to do through nine games but as great as that winning feeling is, they still have a lot of ball left to play. so it's time to rest up this week, maybe get a little lifting in and then continue to progress. because these guys do not want to peak in the middle of the
season. >> as great as it is, we still have half a season. we still got seven ballgames left, and you know we've got to come out, you know, enjoy obviously enjoy, you know, this time this week, reflect on what we've done, but we've got to come back ready to go next week and if you don't take care of business from here on out, it's all for nothing. >> in case you're curious how the eagles stay hungry, that's on the leaders. these guys pride themselves on the eagles culture being all about hard work. i'm going to have more on how they push that message forward in the by week later in sports. iain? >> kristen, thanks. welcoming up deliberations begin in the corruption trial against new jersey senior senator and a florida eye doctor. we'll have the latest details. putting spotlight on major issue in schools across our area and the nation. bullying. how one local film maker is take something real live situations and putting them on the big screen. and are they too close for comfort? raccoons getting cozy near the residential neighborhoods in the city
♪ breaking news for right now. skyfox over roosevelt boulevard in northeast philadelphia we're hearing multiple cars are involved in a crash this happened around 3:00 this afternoon near pratt street. no injuries have been reported as of yet. it's unclear right now what happened in that crash. who will be new jersey's next governor? well voters are going to hit polls tomorrow to decide the two major party candidates are vying to replace governor chris christie who of course is at the end of his
second term. democrats phil murphy says he'll declare new jersey a sanctuary state if electorred. republican kim guadagno says she'll slash sky high property taxes. polls are open tomorrow from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. another big race this one for philadelphia da. republican beth grossman is running against democrat larry krasner the winner will take over for kelly hodge who became the interim da after seth williams of course plead guilty to federal corruption charges season now serving five years in federal prison. jury is now deliberating federal corruption charges against senator bob menendez. the new jersey democrat's attorneys are telling jurors no real evidence of bribery exists and the prosecution built the case on assumptions and speculation. prosecutors rebutted those claims saying the defense is using a strategy of distraction and miss direction. they say menendez took gifts from salomon melgagan. they are friends and deny any bribery claims.
a by racial familiarly from the suburbs meets intercity grit and it's a little uncomfortable. it's a story of local independent film makers has to be told about an out of control statal ill, bullying. screening of american bully kicks off this weekend near philadelphia. our joyce evans joins us in stewed eighty seven joyce you talk to the guy behind the film. >> reporter: die, iain, and jeremy quit he wrote it, directed it, he did the film's score. the trick is he says, to is teach, not preach, keep it real, but don't glorify horrible behavior for the sake of entertainment. >> you the guy likes spitting on people, huh? >> i wanted to touch on something that was really close to me. >> call 911. >> almost of the scenarios depicted really happened. >> why you got to play god. >> no category of bully or victim is spared. >> be careful out here, man. >> everyone is bullied on every angle. >> 68 actors all local including rap artists and some real
victims of bullying. >> ya'll talk too much. >> american bully is independent film maker jermaine quick's fourth film. >> why now? >> it's time. >> he too was bullied he says as a child on the streets of philadelphia and in the workplace as an electrician. >> how verbal bullying can affect you mentally as well as channel it down to your children. the key point here is learning what is going on and seeing if you can change. >> reporter: make that point, jermaine hits on a few social taboos. women on absentee men and fathers. >> that ain't going to never happen. >> reporter: the rise of girl gangsters. >> even though he looks like the bully he's actually the victim. that's actually a girl. >> reporter: not everybody will like what they see. >> no. not every man is going to agree with women's supper spec tiffs and not every bully had agree with how, you know, it turns o out. the situation turns out.
>> reporter: pretty intense. a special showing of american bully is being held thursday red carpet and all at 6:00 o'clock at the studio movie grill on skypeth street. we have all that information on our website and here's a heads up. it leaves here it goes to new york and then to los angeles. iain? >> joyce, sounds good. thank you. southwest philadelphia a woman is killed when a car hits her as she gets off septa bus. the victim was trying to cross essington road at 67th street before 6:00 this morning when the car hit her. that driver did stay on the scene and talked to police. no word yet on who had the right of way or if there will be any charges filed. a north philadelphia community is shaken up after gun violence claims the life avenue teenaged boy and sends a 12-year-old boy to the hospital. someone gunned down 16-year-old marquise houston yesterday just after midnight. it happened on the 2700 block of north 19th street. family members are telling us the younger victim is now out of
the hospital. no arrests or a word yet on motive. rapper meek mill is back in court and may not get to leave a free man. he's facing prison time for violating probation. the rapper could spend two years in prison for violations of drugs and weapons case. he's already on thin ice after a philadelphia judge put him on house arrest in 2015 for leaving pennsylvania for a gig without any approval from the court. then in march, he was arrested at st. louis airport for fighting. arrested again in new york in august for wreck blessly driving his motorcycle. former president of the board of commissions in radnor township is leaving the commission altogether. effective immediately. philip a hr submitted his letter of resignation as president last month after he was charged with felony possession and distribution of child pornography. today he resigned as a commissioner as well. the board will hold news conference to discuss that resignation later tonight. we'll have that on the fox 29 news at 10:00. president trump's former campaign manager and his top aid
were back in court today for their bond hearing in the miffled those new revelations in the russian investigation. fox news chief intelligence correspondence catherine herridge has more from washington. >> reporter: paul manafort and rick gates remain under house arrest federal judge ordering the former trump campaign chairman and his top aid to remain on home confinement and gps monitoring until they provide additional information to the court. both maintain their innocence saying there was nothing improper about their work for foreign governments. one former campaign adviser is backing that claim. but also speculating they may have been involved in other illegal activity. >> people lighting the trump associates on fire trying to make a story. but at the end of the day, people will probably go to prison for other unrelated things. >> reporter: the hearing comes as another top administration official commerce secretary wilbur ross is accused of failing to disclose his ties to a business linked to the russian president vladimir putin. ross says he should have been more forth coming about the connection but there was nothing
illegal about it. >> if our government decided to sanction them, that would be a different story. our government has not thus far made the determination to sanction them. so there's nothing wrong with it. >> reporter: meanwhile the white house is still pushing back on the investigation into possible collusion between the trump campaign and russian government officials. saying the focus should be on democrats and there ties to moscow. >> it turns out that it's the democrats who still have a russia problem and the president is right. people should take a look at that. >> reporter: manafort and gates are due back in fort for status hearing december11th though it could be earlier depending on developments. in washington, catherine herridge, fox news. >> still ahead of us tonight a car overturned on a calf. street. luckily for the driver a police officer was there to help and camera caught it all go down. an organization dedicated to helping the homeless in philadelphia. expanding its services and we're there for the big announcement. it's just a dot on the map. one town making headlines.
he stood up to north jersey special interests to increase funding for our schools. he stopped christie's commuter tax, saving south jersey residents over 200 million dollars. and he led the charge to pass paid family leave. aarp applauded sweeney for freezing property taxes for seniors and cutting prices on prescription drugs. "i got to take my hat off to him. he's a man of his word." steve sweeney. because there's more work to do to get south jersey's fair share.
we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward. a man in california crashed his car and it burst into flames but he is alive. police dash cam telling the tale from last night as officer and others helped rescue the 66-year-old man from the car. he's got some burns and minor injuries. five officers involved in that rescue also have minor injuries. well a 22-year-old man is facing charges after minneapolis
police say he punch add patrol horse over the weekend. it happened outside a pizza shop at 2:00 in the morning. bars were closing draw your own conclusions. investigators say the guy punched the 12-year-old horse in the end end. thankfully the horse didn't react and in his mug shot he's got all kinds of scrapes and bruises. police didn't say where those came f the suspect now doo to appear in court november 9th. she was only 32 years old, yet a new jersey police officer died after having a stroke while on duty. berkeley township police sergeant allison ray died frid friday. she had served with the department for nine years. the berkeley police chief says ray was a great and compassionate leader who was dedicated to her officers. ray leaves behind two young children a fundraise sr. for them is wednesday at tony's pizza in bayville. philadelphia's homeless population will soon have some extra support at suburban station. project home, septa and the city are working together to build a new and expanded hub of hope.
it will go into unused tunnels and hallways below suburban station. the engage many center will offer services and care for philadelphia's homeless year round. they'll have access to showers, computers, and medical care. >> if we can help the individuals who are experiencing homelessness, then it's good for everybody. and this is good for all of us. >> the center scheduled to open sometime in early january. heartbreaking scenes out of texas as a community mourns the church shooting that killed 26 people. we're going live to texas coming up raccoon rage is taking over some neighborhoods in the city of brotherly love. it's got our hank flynn asking what, if anything, can be done about it. kathy. >> in weather a few spotty showers moving through. the big story is much cooler air moving into the philadelphia area. shockingly cooler. we'll talk more about that with your seven day coming up.
nice to meet you sir. nice to meet you. how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic.
you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah. our coverage continues of that deadly church shooting in texas tonight. new details are unfolding about the gunman who killed more than two dozen people at a baptist church in the small town of sutherland springs yesterday. the community is left heart broken after the deadliest mass shooting in that state's
history. the victims ranging from just 18 months to 77 years of age. let's get out to fox reporter noel newton. >> the gunman has been identified as devin kelley. now devin kelley lives an hour away from the scene. we've all been asking ourselves why, what led him to drive so far to commit such a horrendous act? now, we know investigators tell us the link his mother-in-law attended services here. the scene is changed dramaticly from 24 hours ago fbi agents walk the church property with metal detector this morning. the front of the church is now blocked from view with temporary wall only the steeple can be seen from the road. on sunday morning investigator sauce 26-year-old devin kelley dressed in black with ballistic armor on his chest an skull mask on his face made his way into the house of worship with assault rival. the sheriff said almost everyone in the congregation was either injured or killed. the youngest of the 26 victims was 18 months old. eldest 77. investigators say the horror was
captured on video from cameras inside the church. when kelley left the church a neighbor shot him causing him to drop his weapon. the good samaritan then flagged down a driver and the two gave chase until kelley wrecked out. he was found with what appeared to be self inflicted gunshot wound. investigators say he contacted his father by cell phone to tell him he was shot and wasn't going to make i as for motive investigators say there were problems within the family. kelley's mother-in-law attended service here and she had received threatening texts from him. iain? >> noel, such a small community and so many people affected by this tragedy. what are you feeling is the mood there? are people coming together given this tragedy and the community is so small? >> reporter: absolutely. the only people we have talked to and there are so many walking around out here have come from towns, you know, just up the road. they all know someone i talked to man today he and his father stayed up all night last night making 26 crosses which they have put down the road as a memorial to these people. we're told the victims families are only two blocks away from
where we are standing right now. >> all right. noel newton live for us in souter lapped springs. thank you for that. of course stay with fox 29 as we bring you continuing coverage on the deadly church shooting. when one we're not on television you can check out the latest updates on fox29.com. president trump getting ready to head to the second country on his nearly two week trip to asia. the main focus of the trip is dealing with north korea. president trump declaring the world can no longer stand idol in the face of that regime. wrapping up this first visit to japan today. president trump reaffirming the strong alliance with between both countries. >> our nations share an enduring bond. there are many things we face but we will be facing them together in friendship and as allies. >> president trump heads to south korea next where he's expected to visit u.s. service members and also have some talks on north korea.
let's get back to your fox 29 weather authority now. kind of a dreary monday out there for most part as we take live look at rea reading in bers county. what can we expect for the rest of this week? kathy orr' forecast is just 15 seconds aw away. >> what day indeed. the normal highs for this time of year upper 50's, lower 60s but warmer than that today. a beautiful night on the parkw parkway. not much wind. dover, atlantic city made it to 70 degrees. philadelphia 69. trenton 68. allentown 68. reading 67. we can kiss these temperatures goodbye. much great changes moving our way. the coldest that we have seen in months. finally it's going to feel like fall. we have a few spotty showers moving through. more like sprinkles but they are significant in the fact they are going to mark a bill change. winds behind this front out of
the northwest and that's much cooler wind for us. so as we look at a as whole we have cloud cover out there but that will be giving way to cooler temperatures that. blue contour is the much cooler air already 43 in the poconos. 56 in allentown. 56 in pottstown. still holding on to the 60s philadelphia and points south and east. millville 66. 67 in atlantic city. and right now with a westerly wind it's 64 degrees in wildwo wildwood. so we look at the pattern as a whole. we have cool area in the northern planes. the jet stream moves up through wisconsin and dips back down through new york, new england and down through virginia. this is the cool air the first shot that will will be coming during the day tomorrow right now looking at temperatures we have 68 in philadelphia. but only 45 in detroit. 41 in chicago. that's the afternoon high. and 32 in minneapolis. feeling like winter in rapid city in billings it is 15 degrees. so that's more like january than november. so you have the cold air. it's unlocked it's just a question of how quickly it will
be moving into the philadelphia area. so we see temperatures over the next 24 hours the cold air trying to get down toward philadelphia and the 40s overnight. and then temperatures retreat to around 50 degrees tomorrow. so about 20 degrees cooler tomorrow than it was today. as we go hour by hour, with that fox future cast, you can sigh the southerly winds and then by late tonight, we see some of the skies beginning to clear. but another round of showers moving in tomorrow. tomorrow morning we have sunshine. a northeasterly wind component. the clouds come in the afternoon and some rain heavy at times especially south and east of philadelphia tomorrow afternoon into the tomorrow evening. so south jersey into central and southern delaware. that rain will come down heavy at times with a southern system an few more showers lingering to the south for early wednesday and into wednesday afternoon. philadelphia still seeing that northeasterly wind and the cloud cover for your wednesday. so for the overnight hours, 40s in philadelphia. 30s to the north and west. trenton 37. write town 37.
40 in wilmington. 31 in the poconos. and 34 degrees your wake up temperature in pottstown. tomorrow temperatures reboundin& but not that much. we'll see the showers moving through in the afternoon after the clouds thicken up. 47 in pottstown around 50 in philadelphia. 54 degrees in millville and 55 in wildwood. so as you get out the vote it will be a chilly day. some showers lingering especially south and east for your wednesday. thursday partly sunny, 58. friday a chill, 50 degrees. morning low 40. frosty start saturday. i think that's when we'll have our frost or freeze everywhere. the high only 47. a late day chance of a shower on sunday. morning clouds monday. the high 58. so we go from the 70s to the 40s and 50s just like that. it's that time of year. >> it is that time of year, kathy. all right. >> thank you very much. >> you bet. appreciate it. lucy wasn't feeling well we hope she's feeling better soon when she's better she will be back. so we wish her well. meantime, raccoons are on the loose causing some chaos and
concern throughout philadelphia. so what can be done about them. hank flynn investigates straight ahead some and grinches rearing their ugly heads early but kindness as always prevails. we'll show you how a town came together to give the girl a nobody delivers more for south jersey than steve sweeney. he stood up to north jersey special interests to increase funding for our schools. he stopped christie's commuter tax, saving south jersey residents over 200 million dollars. and he led the charge to pass paid family leave. aarp applauded sweeney for freezing property taxes for seniors and cutting prices on prescription drugs. "i got to take my hat off to him. he's a man of his word." steve sweeney. because there's more work to do to get south jersey's fair share. at college inn we craft a because every detail matters. we select all-natural chicken and flavorful herbs and spices. college inn broth helps you make every meal delicious.
our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward. why arit's because sweeney'sing been exposed as aeeney? double dipping pension padder. caught spending campaign money on lavish dinners and fine cigars for his pals. investigated for being a lobbyist and a senator at the same time. sweeney voted to raise taxes 145 times while our economy continues to struggle. south jersey is a mess, and it's time to take out the trash. on november 7th, make a change. dump sweeney.
♪ this is not your typical suburban home. a homeowner in arizona painted their rainbow of stripes a few weeks ago trying to use as many colors as possible. he estimates he used to close to 100 colors. while many are supportive, some people who live in the neighborhood are not happy. >> well it's ridiculous. certainly childish. proves a point there are no adults. right. he's doing it of course to irritate everyone. he doesn't think it's pretty. there's no artistic quality there. >> eye in the -- that's in the eye of the beholder. the house does not violate any local ordinance it will stay that way. if you're looking to get your hands on the iphone x you'll
have to wait. pep's newest and most expensive phone went on sale friday. by the end of the weekend it was sold out in most major cities. diss appointing thousands who stood in lieu for hours. but all hope is not lost. they can order that new iphone online but that delivery window is three to four weeks and probably longer but the folks at kfc are hoping to make your bath time a little more exciting. kfc in and bath. the company is launching a limited elder addition bath bomb that's spells just like the colonel is secret recipe. >> but you have to live in japan to get your hands on this. 100 bath bombs being given to the i guess lucky winners of kfc sponsored contest in japan. still ahead, one town on its way to becomin becoming pot par. we'll take to you town
he stopped christie's commuter tax, saving south jersey residents over 200 million dollars. and he led the charge to pass paid family leave. aarp applauded sweeney for freezing property taxes for seniors and cutting prices on prescription drugs. "i got to take my hat off to him. he's a man of his word." steve sweeney. because there's more work to do to get south jersey's fair share. he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
after 8 years of chris christie, is kim guadagno the change new jersey really needs? guadagno is christie's hand-picked successor. says she's "proud to be part of the christie administration." guadagno was chris christie's right hand as our schools came under attack, critical services were underfunded, and our credit rating was downgraded...11 times. from the bridge to the beach, we've seen it all, and we've had enough. kim guadagno isn't the change we need.
♪ check out these pictures captured by a woman living in a neighborhood in chicago. they show a wild animal she claims is terrorizing the neighborhood. in the past two weeks there have been several sightings it appears to be a fox or a coyote. either way it's not domesticated animal and scaring people who live there. >> he looked me dead in my face. jumped on top of the hood,? jumped back down and was jumping from car to car back there. i'm hysterical. i'm just really really scared and she's in car with me my baby. she's scared. she didn't even make a word. >> the woman says she called police and animal control who told her there's nothing they can do. speaking of animals raccoons have been quite the problem in philadelphia so big there's now a mural paying tribute to them. but why isn't anything being done about them. here's hank flynn.
♪ i can laugh now. >> you think it's funny now. >> but at the time, he scared the hell out of me. >> reporter: it's hank. check out philly 31 one's new raccoon video. my take is, it might help you sure up the outside the house but the experts tell me raccoon wants a piece of your action he's going get some. >> ed he's got raccoon stories. >> i'm sitting out here like i am right now and this is at nighttime now. >> yeah. >> he come right up the steps. and i thought it was big cat. and then all of a sudden i looked. i jumped out of the way. he went right in the door. >> reporter: [ laughter ] >> i'm out of here. [ laughter ] ed port richmond neighbor mr. hopkins says philly's relationship with raccoons a way too cozy for his comfort. >> oh, i was getting in the car to go to work even open the door under come out from under the car and had me by the pants. [ laughter ] >> reporter: raccoons are lard to deal with for a couple of reasons. for one, they're resourceful says tom mur ran a nuisance
trapper they can get by almost anywhere certainly port richmo richmond. >> a pile of trash outside is easy pickings. >> yeah. >> you know for them to hunt or go to a stream and try to hunt for food is way more difficult than them to rip open a garbage bag and eat a shriver's pizza or something like that or eat some moldy stuff. >> reporter: plus pennsylvania won't allow trap and release of raccoons. they have to be euthanized by a state law. tom says that gives people cold feet which leaves us with physically 31 one's video which he says makes some sense. >> keep everything trim. keep the garbage locked uptight. and just look around your property. if you see damage, if you see some holes, if you see rotten wood, if you see anything that looks awry, call somebody. don't let it get out of control. ♪ >> reporter: tom gets calls to philly about raccoons on near daily basis. but with things the way they are, nothing is changing any time soon. i'm hank and that's my take. ♪
eight days a week no longer the standard for sir paul mccarty rock will jeeped and his daughters are asking for one day for people to not eat meat. 75-year-old music icon and his daughters mary and stella continuing their meat free monday campaign. launch ago short film entitled one day a week to get people to go meat free for just one day. mccartney who has been vegetarian for 40 years says lowering the consumption of meat a little bit has a positive impact on the planet. five minute film also contained a previously unreleased track from sir paul called, woody harrell ton and emma stonily appear in the film. >> sir elton john! [ applause ] >> ♪ >> big surprise on broadway last night as music legend elton john taking to the stage to sing the
hit song circle of laugh with the cast of the lion king musical. lion king celebrates it's 20th anniversary on broadway. one town out west is hoping to become a pot paradise. you see it's been bought by a marijuana company. fox's miguel martinez visited nip ton, california, and has more. >> reporter: big changes come to nipton california you will small desert town getting a major facelift. center aid round marijuana tourisming that empties going locals and visitors in high spirits. about an hour into the desert, on the other side of the train tracks, sits nipton, california a town most people had little reason or intention to visit. >> i passed it on the way to california. there's nipton. >> unless now. >> nipton will be act end coke tourist cannabis friendly. >> they have big plans for the small town turning night a we'd
friendly tourist destination. >> where do people go to partake or medicate? i don't know what nevada has in store for those people. but they can come here. >> reporter: they're investing in nip ton by cleaning the area. >> historic cactus garden. >> renovating the buildings. >> this would be great room to have to watch the sunset. >> reporter: while they focus on the future, locals like dennis benson. >> that house was actually just a box car. >> more excited about welcoming back the town's past. >> they'll rebuild the old jailhouse. they want to maybe have a contract post office station here. >> reporter: benson called nim ton home since the 1960s. and while he likes it for the piece and quiet, he's open to this new chapter. >> it's not like it's just going to be a wild party place or anything like that. i think they have good intentions as they're doing well with this town. to bring back like a lot of ott old mist history of it. >> build the old history by investing in the new marijuana market. >> i think the people that are here love it and they want to see it grow. so i'm excited to see the growth
i think the most. >> the desert kind of grows on a person. so it's just an area that i call home now. and, you know, we'll see how it goes the next few years. >> reporter: american green employees are hoping to have the hard opening and some of the recreational marijuana opportunities available here for visitors and locals sometime in january. miguel martinez, fox news local las vegas. >> wanted to spent the night in lego house. now is your chance. airbnb partnering with lego to give one winner to spend the night in a house made entirely laugh it goes. to win you go to the answer the question if you and your family had an infinite supply of lego bricks what would you build? the person with the best answer get to sleep in hay go bed with lego alarm clock, newspaper, teddy bear, even lego cat but there's catch. the showers in denmark it's kind of a long way to go from here for just one night. the contest runs through november 17th. call eight halloween fail. a girl with autism ridiculed for
being who old to trick or treat. how a community comes together to right this wrong. >> and call it out of this wor world. it's not even for human being. more on this chicken coop that it's not even for human being. more on this chicken coop that looks we've paid a big price for chris christie and kim guadagno. they gave out billions in corporate tax breaks. millions to whitewash the bridgegate scandal. millions more wasted on empty office space. we got stuck with the bill. property taxes up. train and bus fares up. college tuition up. women's healthcare funding eliminated with christie and guadagno we're paying more and falling behind. four more years of kim guadagno is unaffordable.
nice to meet you sir. joseph, i'm nice to meet you.u? how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic.
you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah. a chicken coop in idaho that's not of this world. well, it was actually made here on earth but looks like a ufo. boise couple put it together in the summer because of their love of all things extra teres tee
ya'll. >> kind of brain stormed how we were going to build that classic shape. and the first discussion was out of wood but we really wanted something a little more curvy and we decided satellite dishes were going to be perfect for what we needed. >> this coop has blinking lights and the inside is climate controlled so it keeps the chickens warm at night. all right. he may be the most inspiration wrestler you will ever see. he's not in the wwe and he's smaller than any of those west less on top of that tyler reynolds has just one leg. he was born this way and spent first eight months of his life in a cast and was walking with a prosthetic by the time he was one-year-old he started west link shortly after his third birthday and says he wants to be a professional wrestler when he gets older. >> i've been working really hard at practice and i'm excited to try out my new moves. >> inspiration for everyone. kids and adults.
give your all. docket anything you -- you can do anything you put your mind to. >> tyler only competes he wins he placed first, second or third in nine different competitions so far this year. trick or treating didn't go so well the first time around for one girl. so one community came together to help her have a halloween redo if you will. fox's lauren hanley has the story. >> reporter: mika deena burnett she goes by trina. >> i love your hat. >> reporter: on halloween, she saled from the nightmare before christmas. >> happy halloween. >> trina and her siblings went trick or treating this halloween in sandy. but didn't have a great experience. >> let's go guys. >> go out and knock on a few doors they get the comments you're too old and close the door in their face. >> it was sad for me as a parent to see that happen to them. >> reporter: trina has autism but she doesn't let the way some people treat her get her down. >> some people just have bit of misunderstanding which is fine. >> her sister posted on facebook
about the incident and immediately heather chadwick and lehigh wanted to help. >> i have little cousin that's special needs as well, and i lived with her for a long time and they have really special lace in my heart. so i was like she needs a redo. >> knock on doors that aren't going to shut them. >> i knew there was a good community but die not expect that at all. >> so many people from all around the country really have been sending us packages of candy. >> you could have two of those. or all of them. >> oh my goodness. >> it's been so craze seem this has been just and amazing this is the real story. the story of kindness that we've been shown is just been awesome and so heart warming and we're so grateful. >> reporter: for trina -- >> you want a pet zero? >> well her smile says it all. >> it feels very heart warm to go see that people care so much. >> keep walking. keep walking. >> afternoon with a couple of tricks, lots of treats. >> i'll take this one. >> and -- it's starting to get heavy.
>> plenty of love. >> forgot to give these guys a hug. >> when we have each other, we'll be able to overcome any challenges. >> have good night. >> same to you. >> that's a good story there. fox 29 news at 6:00 starts right now. ♪ fighting squatters in philadelphia. it's a problem plaguing many neighborhoods. how city council members are coming to the rescue of homeowners. and the body of a college student found in the water. her death ruled a murder. the effort by police to pinpoint a suspect or motive. ♪ live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 6:00. place of worship now a crime scene after a gunman opens fire leaving 26 people dead and more than 20 injured. among those killed, an 18 month old. a teenager and a a pregnant mother of five. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm iain page. police say the shooterring too
act off from the scene in his truck before take his own life after a chase. lauren blanchard has the latest developments. >> reporter: authorities now say the more than two dozen people killed in sunday's deadly church massacre included 18 month old child and a pregnant mother of five. >> now most of our church family is gone. >> reporter: investigators say before 26-year-old devin patrick kelley opened fire sunday, he recently sent threatening text messages to his mother-in-law who sometimes attended the church but was not there sunday. >> there was a domestic situation going on win this family. >> reporter: during sunday' as tack the church's pastor was out of town with his wife. but their 14-year-old daughter annie bell was among those killed. >> and one thing that gives me a sliver of encouragement is the fact that bell was surrounded yesterday by her church family that she loved fiercely. >> reporter: local man says he was driving by the church when he spotted a neighbor exchanging gunfire with the suspect. >> the shooter