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the problem, well, he won't be there. ♪ now fox 29 news at 10:00. you hear a lot about fake news ton night we got a crazy one here in our area. hollywood a listers are dragged into it all going down in lehigh county. good evening, and thanks for joining us i'm iain page. >> i'm lucy noland. it includes bruce willis and at appearance at local ice cream shop. it's bogus. let's get to dave kinchen and white house pa, dave. >> reporter: well, it turns out the star power is very much real in this area but some of these events popping up online on social media those are certainly fake. >> i think it's kind of silly, like, it's obviously not going to happen. >> it would have been diehard fans delight facebook invitation to eat ice cream with bruce willis at ice cream world nearly a len town. store managers were quick to point out it's pulp fiction. >> it's kind of dumb. why would you make that kind of a post. >> reporter: fox 29
investigation revealed that someone posted the fake event on facebook and used what clearly looks like a doctored picture showing willis holding an ice cream cone. >> it's clearly photo shopped. it's clearly fake. >> they just put background into his picture. p>> gets everybody we're goinino see bruce willis and then, you know, then nothing. >> reporter: after numerous calls ice cream world posted on social media it knows nothing about the event though they'd lost to meet bruce willis if he were to show up but it didn't stop there. >> it was crazy. the phones were ringing over dinner. >> separate facebook event said people could hang out with samuel l. willis and bruce willis at staley's bar on november 17th. a shock to the owner. >> people won't take no for an answer. people were coming out with a printout from their computer saying he'll be here. >> no, he's not. >> further investigation revealed the fake event at staley's was moved and moved to mahoney's irish pub down the
street. >> they heard about it on facebook. they want to know how they can get here and do they have to sign up and all kinds of stuff. basically, said, it's a hoax. i wish they were coming but they're not. >> reporter: this too proved to be a hoax. although bruce willis was apparently spotted at an allentown area restaurant as seen in this picture on the lehigh valley with love instagram page and he's in the area shooting a movie. >> going to show up for lunch somewhere. show up for lunch somewhere. you know what i mean? nobody is going to know. i'm sure they don't need all the fanfare either. >> while the businesses we visited have no plans to host the ann actors they say -- >> it would be great if if they came. it would be wonderful. it would be crazy for because we're pretty busy. >> bruce willis and samuel element jackson are in allentown shooting the movie glass so the real celebrity sightings are likely to connell. lucy? >> there you go. all right, dave kinchen, thank you. new jersey has been cracking
down on distracted drivers and it turns out not even the governor's wife can escape a violation. bernardsville police gave her a ticket for driving with phone. chris o'connell is live in camden with that story. chris? >> reporter: lucy, if you have driver's license and a smart phone, chances are come on you got to admit you probably did the same thing distracted driving. maybe answer a phone call, did a text, look at your gps, we've all done it. we know it's illegal. it doesn't matter who you are. even if you're the governor's wife. even if you're the first lady of new jersey, it still doesn't get you out of a ticket. >> she got caught. and now she should pay the pri price. >> she is
mary pat christie the governor's wife busted. seen here in a police dash cam video pulled over by a bernardsville police officer back in april. according to police, she was looking down at her phone while
behind the wheel of her white chevy suburban. the stop came during a grant funded sting operation enforcing distracted driving laws ordered by the new jersey attorney general. >> do you ever text and drive? >> occasionally. >> more than you like to admit. >> probably yeah. >> i used to do it but i try not to. because they're really strict about that and i have kids like i said. so many accidents caused by th that. so -- >> reporter: kids are more important than a phone call. >> exactly. >> reporter: christie appeared in court plead guilty and paid a $250 fine back in may. but it wasn't until today the case became public. police say mary pat christie did not tell the officer she was the governor's wife. >> i think it just means we're all human, and pay
the fine. take the points. >> i can't judge anyone because i do some things that's, n i shouldn't be doing sometime, too. >> reporter: don't tell them out there. >> okay. it's all good. >> reporter: now, last april's
crack down was actually deemed a success. 20,000 tickets were written in april for distracted driving. fatalities actually dropped a few percentage points. but when asked about this crack down, when asked about that ticket, the governor spokesperson said, it's not a story. iain. >> all right. chris, thanks. a tragic ending to the search for an 83-year-old man. his body was recovered from the delaware river near peer five this morning. fred anton was found in the river along christopher columbus boulevard. he was last seen wednesday nig night. so far no cause of death. get ready, fog making for tough commute in the morning. you saw it live on good day before you left for work and the visible could be even worse as you make your way across the delaware valley tomorrow morning. here's live look at allentown. things may be okay right now, but in a few hours going to be a different story, kathy? >> um-hmm. iain, it was funny we left late because of the world series last night. nothing out there about 2:00 o'clock in the morning. it was early in the morning
probably four, 5:00 a.m. that this kicked in. temperatures right now are really warm. it's 64 in philadelphia. that's warmer than the normal high this time of year. as those temperatures fall into the 50s. that's when the atmosphere is going to moisten up a little bit. that will be happening. warm everywhere. burlington vermont 61. ottawa 57. so everyone will be feeling that fog overnight. right now visibility is pretty decent. nine, 10 miles but it is going to be problem overnight. dense fog is likely especially along the i-95 corridor and to the south and east. so as we look ahead we're talking about visibility down to quarter mile or less at times with a clear skies and light winds. low level moisture means high dew points perfect ingredients for dense fog. go neighborhood by neighborhood and show you who will see this the worst come tomorrow morning and in just a few minutes. i'll be back with the seven day. >> sounds good, thank you much, kathy. major construction alert in philadelphia. starting at 8:00 monday night, the southbound schuylkill avenue near 30th street station will
close between market and chestnut streets for about 15 months. penndot says the closure will let crews remove median islands, pave and overhaul the viaduct over interstate 76 eastbound. >> phillies welcomed knew new jersey of manager today. going for viral about a question about coconut oil. what's that? we're not getting into that here. kristen rodgers was there as gabe kapler addressed reporters for the first time today. kristen. >> gape kapler as unique as manager the phillies have had in a long time. he's all about preparation in fact today he talked about ge getting to know chase utley back in los angeles and says utley's readiness what he wants to bring back to philly. background on kapler. he was the director of player development for the dodgers, former player himself, he was in the majors for 12 years. having that background allows him to relate to players very well. something that matt klentak says makes him the perfect fit for the job. that and his forward thinking coaching style. >> we're going to prepare like nobody else. we are going to make -- we're
going -- all of the little things will be incredibly important to us, and all of those little things add up to big things so the message we are going to win every single pitch and by winning every single pitch at the end of the game we're going to be exhausted because we concentrated so hard. >> kapler doesn't come without hesitation. culling up a look why blog posts alluded to there is creating a big buzz. lucy? >> thank you kristen. you've always got to stay one ahead of some kids and in delaware county police have been doing just that and having quite a fun time doing it. upper darby police sent out series of tongue and cheek tweets warning teens this halloween that they knew where the parties were they might just show up. fox 29's shawnette wilson is live at the upper darby police station. shawnette. >> reporter: lucy, i like to call what they did seriously joking. that's one of my favorite phrases. right. after the joke was over police say they actually went out to these parks around the township where these parties were planned and guess what? they didn't find anything.
upper darby police fired off a series of social media posts that may have taken the mischief out of halloween. police got wind of a few underaged drinking parties planned for halloween eve and halloween and decided to scare them straight or more like sob sober. >> with tongue and cheek saying we know there's going to be party and we'll there be. we have our costume. >> superintendent michael chitwood says his tomorrow came with the idea knowing lots of teens follow the departments on social media. we cannot wait for underaged drinking costume party at cops tonight. we'll be dressed up and ready to go. see you there young people. >> stock photo. >> i couldn't even tell you what police department, f it even is a police department. we send it out. look at that and say oh, my god. they're serious. >> another tweet reads, bad news, just heard the underaged halloween drinking party is moving to martial road field. good news, we have cars. and a third and perhaps the fun yesterday reads, we are breaking out old costumes for the
underaged halloween party at cobs tonight. sure to blend in. the picture attached. >> a little of miller natural light and it's halloween costume. good we talk to parents about the posts. good i'm not sure if they knew what there were parties or if they were just kind of putting on a story hoping that they would get ahead of the kids. >> we talked very seriously about tracking our children through social media if we can prevent tragedy from happening, you know, it's effective to me. >> superintendent chitwood calls the social media campaign a success. >> you try and be light and you try be funny and try -- it's not like we're going to send the drones in and take everybody down type thing. >> reporter: and again, superintendent chitwood says that nothing happened and no arrests were made either night. lucy? >> all right, thank you shawnette. you may have noticed things were a bit quieter tonight briefly on twitter.
president trump's personal account disappeared right around 7:00 p.m. twitter blames it on human error an employee inn add 53 tently deactivated the president's account. 11 minutes ticked by. the twitter verse was in a uproar the new normal is back to normal at real donald trump is unand running. a hug for hero. a car runs off the road. the driver having a heart attack and off duty cop saves him just in time for his daughter's wedding. most of suss one of these in the house but it turns out 40 million won't work when you need it to save your life. philly love it's coming back but with big color change. turns out our iconic statue has been wrong for 30 yea
♪ >> one of philadelphia' most famous sculptures about to come back home. city officials have just announced the love sculpture by robert indiana will return early next year. it's under restoration. the neck time you'll see it though it will look a little different like maybe a lot different. it's going to have its original color scheme of red, green and purple. did you know it was originally that? >> crews removed it in february. so they can give love park some much needed tender loving care. the park itself will reopen later this month. so house went up in flames. then barn did and now authorities have arrested a man who they say set the fire in delaware. prosecutors have charged 41-year-old christopher greg with arson. the fire started this morning on the 300 block of van dyke green spring road in townsend. no one is hurt but that dam
estimate comes in around $250,000. >> it looks major change is coming in the way public schools are run in philadelphia. soon control of the schools could be back in the hands of the local community instead of the state. fox 29's jeff cole has the story. >> reporter: two weeks the school reform commission is expect totter take that vote to send itself packing to end its 16-year role controlling city schools. mayor kenney wants the buck to stop with him but the hard part has just begun. jim kenney dropped his hand to his heart as he entered council chambers the often emotional first term mayor seemed moved by the long awaite awaited a annout he was here to make good i'm officially calling on the members of the school reform commission to vote to dissolve at their next meeting. >> the src has control of philadelphia schools should vote itself out of existence argues kenney. it will be remade by nine member board appointed by the mayor, parent activists long resentful
of state control of they are kids education could not contain their joy. >> that is an opportunity for parents, teachers and true community members to have a voice on our local school board. >> reporter: but return to local control does not come without big concerns over the nagging issue of school funding. the district faces stunning 1 billion-dollar budget hole in its five year plan. >> why did i know you were going to ask that question. >> reporter: likely increase in city property taxes is comi coming. >> it will need additional funding for public schools not only in the city of philadelphia but in the state. >> reporter: how then will the see take on this financial burden? >> i think that's for those local -- i think the mayoral lewded -- the mayoral lewded to the reality that property taxes will probably be look at. >> reporter: parents just seemed to want better schools. >> it's not going so well being with the state and the kids aren't really learning. they're not, you know, they're not that much teachers.
>> reporter: nominating panel will offer the names of the eventual new nine school board members. governor wolf likes the idea of local control funding and the make up of the panel liking sticking points. i've gel cole fox 29 news. when you reach for a fire extinguisher it better work, right? us consumer product safety commission says million of kidde brand don't work as advertised they're under recall. commission says they may not work because they get clogged or require too much force to operate. the recall impacts extinguishers with either plastic handles are oh push button. >> camden counsel three police lieutenant shared the stage today with a man whose life he saved. it was a matter of the right man being at the right place at the right time. our bruce gordon is live now at police headquarters in camden with a story that should touch your heart. bruce? >> reporter: iain, this is actually a story about a weddi wedding. but it just as easily could have been a story about a funeral.
54-year-old anthony, tears up. >> it's very overwhelming. >> reporter: as he row his through video his daughter's wedding day. >> by all means and purposes i shouldn't have been there i guess. i mean god works in mysterious ways. >> reporter: he was driving northbound on i-295 near moorestown the morning of jul july 24th when he went into cardiac arrest. he sideswiped another car then rammed into the guardrail. by fluke a camden county police lieutenant was southbound heading to work much later than usual. kevin lutz saw the accident, pulled over and dragged the man from the car. >> his head was cocked back and he was -- he was blue and he wasn't breathing. me along with another passerby began to conduct chest compressions and conduct cpr. >> reporter: emt's shocked him back to life. he recovered quickly. and 18 days after his near death experience, he was there in mexico to walk his daughter christina down the aisle.
all thanks to a never really off duty police lieutenant. >> i feel like all the things had to fall into place for everything to work out the way it did is truly just miracle. >> right time right place right guy. >> understatement, yes. >> reporter: on this days lutz was among several dozen camden county officers receiving awards for good deeds. he looked around the room, he couldn't help but think -- >> let's face it today the police get a bad rap and it's wrong. it's so wrong. >> who presents this woman in marriage? >> i do, her father. >> reporter: anthony was there for his daughter because kevin lutz was there for him. and on the day after the wedding, he texted lutz a photo of himself with his daughter along with a simple sentiment. >> just very thankful that god put him in my path. >> lieutenant lutz told me he'd like to believe anyone would have done what he did that morning provided they had the right training. i'm not so sure that's true. it seems to me it takes a special kind of person to serve
and protect whether on or off the clock. lucy. >> 100%. thank you much, bruce. thumbs up from this local cop from his hospital bed. shot chasing a guy down. police say the gun jammed when the guy pointed it at the officer's head. a young woman answers the door man said he's from verizon then attacks. but he pick the wrong target. she pointe pointed at him and hn right out the house. >> this teen had a sword. ♪ joseph, i'm steve. how are you?
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
♪ scary moments for woman in alabama when kidnap we are grabs her from her own bed. this all happened monday when the suspect timothy wyatt stopped at a gas station. the victim managed to get out by hopping out of the trunk and later you can see the guy run back to his car and just take off. another angle shows both of them in the store with the victim actually running for her life. wyatt was arrested the next day. tonight philadelphia police are looking for a man they say don't be fooled by what he tells you. that's the guy they're after. apparently, this week he claimed to be a worker for verizon to get into young woman's home and what happened next was terrifying. police say he tried to sexually assault the teenager but she fought back. she escaped. fox 29's dave schratwieser has the details. >> this was scary situation for my granddaughter.
>> reporter: on the 4900 block of mall berry street in frankford, family members and neighbors are worried after a man posing as verizon worker broke into a home here and attempted to rape and 18-year-old woman inside her own house. >> this person ran into this house. ran into my mom' house and grabbed her and started sexually assaulting her. >> reporter: police say the teenager heard a knock at the door. she yelled from an upstairs window. the man captured on surveillance video said, he was a verizon worker there to fix the cable box. then she heard a noise and found the same man approaching her on the second floor. >> got involved in confrontation with her and he then sexually assaulted her inside the house. >> reporter: captain bergman says the teenager bravely managed to fight the man off. >> the complainant was able tagrag a hold of a sword that belonged to family there and threaten him with the sword. >> there was a very large sword, and she pointed it at him and he ran right out the house.
>> awesome. i'm proud of her. i am seriously proud of her. >> reporter: everyone here prayed the young woman's courage for chasing the suspect off. video captured him escaping. >> he has some type of tattoo on the left side of his face. she believes it was symbols. >> it's sad and a shame that they did something like that to this young lady. >> thank god did nothing else bad happen. >> reporter: victim was not seriously injured. police say the suspect used the name talil and kareem while inside the house. they're urging neighbors in that area to keep their doors locked and not answer them for strangers unless they present some form of official id. at police headquarters, dave schratwieser, fox 29 news. new concrete barriers tonight where a driver ran down joggers and bikers with a truck. police say not again. free wi-fi across philly. sounds great. 100 kiosk around the city, rig right. >> some worry will it will make us ugly. really? ♪
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. ♪ 7 powerball tickets, my good 6 match 6 chances, ♪ ♪
♪ less than a day after a suspect shot at him a camden police officer is already smiling as he recovers from his hospital bed. we're also learning more about the events that unfolded before the gunman opened fire. our brad sattin has the story. >> reporter: two thumbs up from a man blessed all right. army reservist and camden county police officer patrick o'hanlon recovering after a bullet in the leg and nearly one to the head. he left his patrol car around 10:00 wednesday night to approach three men near eighth and chelten when one of the men ran. what the officer didn't know according to police 19-year-old dell ron may han an alleged gang member from lindenwold arrested at least ten times with three felony cop fifty six in his past had gun and fired once into his leg just missing an artery. >> it appears that the suspect tried to shoot the officer a
second time in the face but the gun did not go off. the officer was able to wrestle the gun away. >> and hold the man down until backup arrived. >> at this most dangerous scum bag of a man who is the defendant and suspect is now off the street. >> reporter: at the scene today food and ice cream a picnic for those who live here and witness way too much. >> it's just a mess. but that's regular for camden. every night it's something. >> reporter: police knowing there's crime problem here but insist the solution starts with good neighbors and the confidence that police are here to help. >> they try. it's worth a try. that's all i can say. >> reporter: the weight of the shooting still on the leave chief's mind during an award ceremony this afternoon the head of the department but he after all is still human barely able to get the words out. >> if not for that tourniquet being applied he would have lost a lot of blood, and god only knows what the situation would have been. >> how important are these picnics for the city of camden? well important enough that when officers ran out of food around 4:00 o'clock this afternoon,
they went to the grocery store and bought more. they're planning yet another picnic tomorrow. tomorrow we're also hoping the officer gets out of the hospital. in camden, brad sattin fox 29 news. new york city concrete barriers are going up along the bike path where a man in a truck barreled down for blocks just two days ago. 57 barriers will line the west side highway. authorities hope this will help prevent a similar attack. eight people died. many others are hurt after a 29-year-old man who has alleged allegiance to isis raced down the path filled with bicyclists and pedestrians in rented truck. he faces federal terrorism charges. we have little bit of breaking news in right now. for 11 minutes today at real donald trump the world's most famous twitter account went do down. went silent. deactivated in the twitter verse. so what happened? twitter originally said it was human error. well twitter is now saying one of its customers did it on their last day. and so there you have it. mystery solve. the debate over immigration
reform is once again heating up. the trump administration is using this week's deadly terror attack to make point that the current vetting system is not working on twitter when his account wasn't deactivated the president -- >> the president is wrong to push for the removal. they say it's no more of a threat than any other part of immigration program. during george hw bush's administration it received bipartisan support in congress and president bush 41 signed off on it. also today, president trump met with several gop senators they all agreed to hold off until next year to change the deferred action for chirp arrivals program which you probably known better as daca. police captured suspect in that deadly shooting at a wal*mart in colorado. authorities arresting 47-year-old scott oh stem this morning he opened fire at a wal*mart killing three people yesterday. police say the shooting appears to be random and there are no indications it was an act of terror. right now the motive is not
known. federal bureau of alcohol, tobacco firearms and explosives joined local police in the investigation. free wi-fi for philadelphia sounds like a good thing, right but what if the source of it are 9-foot kiosks like really big things with advertising screens all over them. >> well our hank flynn locks into it all. okay. get that are foam free. i'll take anything free. >> seems to go over pretty well witness rang and file here in center city. the idea of 100 free wi-fi kiosk. the question how would it look? i'm hank and my take is, everybody wants a pretty city but that ship might have sailed. >> it's long sailed. it's time for the people that think philadelphia should remain old step into the light. >> reporter: they look lick this the kiosk which are already up in new york. they provide free wi-fi and charging ports and they have big screens for advertising, of course. >> yeah. sure. why not? i mean they'll be ugly but they'll be fine. they'll be beneficial. >> reporter: sure. philadelphia promised nearly half a million dollars a year in
the kiosks and the ads. people need wi-fi and the city is full of advertising any way on buses, train stations, food carts, screens, stuff like this all over the city. if you look around. my question is does it even matter any more? of course it matters. says mary kelly of scenic philadelphia. >> yeah, i think there needs to be a process, and just because few people think it's a good idea that happen to work in the mayor's office i think they need to reach out to every single neighborhood and see if,, what people there certainly think. >> reporter: she adds in new york the kiosks are now camps out for people who want to stay wired but have no yes to go. if city hall wanted to free wi-fi asks rebecca just do it and skip the kiosk. >> that should be a thing any way. i think we're moving towards that. we don't really need -- ooh just don't see the point of the kiosks. >> she's right but she over looks how thirsty philly is for money. if you can get free wi-fi and
make somebody else pay that's going to happen. more advertising will barely be a second thought. i'm hank and that's my take. ♪ so would you know what that is? well the feds did. and bag it at the philly airpo airport. 69 pounds of drugs. he admitted leaving his post in afghanistan the taliban kidnapped him and now prosecutors say bowe bergdahl deserves 14 years in prison. hello, peco. hi. can you help me save on my energy bill? old appliances. like a hot water heater? it's around here somewhere. nope. nope. what is this thing? sir, have you looked in the basement? huh. oh, yeah. no wonder.
he stood up to north jersey special interests nobody delivers more for south jersey than steve sweeney. 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. ♪ new details about major drug operation in philadelphia. police are looking for these two guys wanted in connection to heroin packaging operation out of a garage on the 900 block of west russell street last week police discovered around 14,000 packets of heroin worth about 400,000 bucks along with 15 grand in cash and two assault weapons. if you know where these guys are give police a call. officers made big drug bust at the philadelphia international airport. us customs and border protections seized nearly 70 pounds of cat herbal stimulant much officials say they found the parcels last wednesday. the packages were on the way to
minneapolis from frankfurt germany. street value estimated to be $18,000. so far there have been no arrests and there's an investigation still going on. >> after weeks of talking republicans introducing their long i waited tax reform bill. they say it will simplify the tax code and let taxpayers keep more of the money they earn. the bill would see the number of tax brackets reduced to five. double the standard reduction. eliminate most special interest deductions and lower the corporate tax rate from 35% to 20%. >> we are getting rid of loop holes for special interests and we are leveling the playing field. we're making things so simple, we're making things so simple you can do your taxes on a form the size of a postcard. >> it's not done deal yet plenty of folks have concerns about the elimination of the deductions for state and local taxes. lawmakers from high states -- high tax states worry their constituents could be hit hard without them and critics say the plan will needlessly increase
the nation's debt. president donald trump announced his nominee for the new fed chair. federal reserve board member jerome powell. powell will succeed janet yell land the first woman to lead the us central bank. powell has supported the cautious approach of raising interest rates at yell land had pursued during her tenure. now, he spent years working at invest many firms but unlike the past three fed leader does he say not have doctoral degree in economics. military judge in north carolina has begun mulling over the punish many for sergeant bergdahl he faces as long as live in prison after pleading guilty to charges of desertion and ms. behavior before the mean. he walk off his post in afghanistan in 2009. prosecutors are pushing for 14 years in prison. the defense argues for len yen see citing bergdahl's five year in taliban captivity. >> loving his many warm weather, kathy. had fog will cause few problems tomorrow. >> temperatures will be slowly be falling and tomorrow is
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[ sighs ] a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and 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. >> city of philadelphia has declared today pii day, all in
honor of manna's huge pie fundraiser which began last month. the non-profit serves hundreds of people in our area who are battling life-threatening illnesses by preparing and delivering dr. approved nutritious meals. here's the deal with the pie fundraiser which funds that program. you buy a pie you actually feed a family. one pie means a hot gore thanksgiving meal for family of four delivered to their door. speaking of deliveries, if you buy five pies from me because i'm honored to be a pie seller for manna. it's thrilling. our thomas drayton, bill anderson even will personally deliver your pies to you to say thank you. for more information log on to fox29.com click on seen on tv. we're hoping we'll be knocking on your door soon. >> breaking the stereotypes around dead beat dad one film maker is trying to do. fox 29's bill anderson has more for goodness sake. ♪
>> reporter: they just have this script they want to stick. to you're a dead beat because you owe money. the stories of single parents too often men and too often african-american abandoning their children are told so much that many assume it's the norm. >> break the stereotype of the dead beat dad, you know, and i'm definitely not a dead beat dad. i've been in my -- involved in my children's live from day one. >> reporter: local film maker feels like society doesn't know the whole story. and if nobody else is going to tell it, he is. >> i just was tired tired of seeing stereotypes of african-american men being bad fathers. why does the black mail have to be labeled as the dead beat. >> people like myself who have never been locked up before and avenues you find yourself in prison. >> the movie where's daddy looks into the lives of fathers with different back ground with different challenges. it won't be shown for another couple months the premieres have sparked serious debate. >> the dialogue went on for hours afterwards about how this
problem needs to be add drove. many don't even know it goes on like that. >> stories are sometimes hard to hear. stories like journalists march man frisbee label as dead beat because he didn't have work and that led to his arrest. >> typical morning getting ready for school she was in elementary school, three marshals come hands on, guns, because, you know, i'm behind on child support and it was a mistake. >> reporter: he admits financial difficulty but questions being arrested because he's never been absent and said even the marshalls there to arrest him they were baffled. >> he called in and he said i think we made mistake. because the child is here. i mean she's eating a hot breakfast getting ready for school. she's a wonderful student. well taken care of. closet full of clothes. wonderful bedroom. this has to be mistake much it's not a mistake. bring him in. >> here's another example of what the in many wants people to think of. i walked around with him as he
look through trash for recyclables and slatchables a business he started so he could be there for his kids. >> all kinds of equipment that could be recycled. >> quitting my teaching job to stay home with them because they mom wanted to work, and i just didn't want them to be in daycare center. >> 22-year-old son. we just patching our ways now. >> still too early to where's daddy seems to be on its way to having the impact the film make consider hoped for. he may not immediately change people's minds but maybe he can get people to think about those being labeled when they throw around the term dead beat. for goodness sake. i'm bill anderson. ♪ beautiful night in wilmington. looks like it's going to be an even nicer day tomorrow which is hard to believe because today was pretty spectacular. meteorologist kathy orr has got your forecast in a mere 15 seconds much
>> all right. temperatures still in the 60s across the area. that's above where we normally are for high temperatures this time of year. if you stepped out late tonight or early tomorrow morning, it's going to be warm a little foggy. pretty on the parkway tonight. no wind out there. clear skies and falling temperatures so we are going to few clouds far to the north and west but these numbers are impressive the poconos 58. 67 in allentown. philadelphia 64. the normal high is 61. 64 in millville. 61 in dover. lancaster at 58 degrees. just great night to be outside. upstate new york in syracuse it's 64. in burlington it's 61. usually around this time looking to make snow but way too warm for that. cold air still through the northern plains and upper great lakes mild air throughout most of the country into new england and of course down the deep south. tomorrow morning that cold air still up toward the north and the northwest.
57 the morning low in philadelphia. and by the afternoon, 70s you can see all that warmth squeezed along the coastal plains into the south. that cold air isn't that far it way. it's going take a little while to get here. fog big concern for tomorrow. sue serio and bob kelly will be talking about it just like they were this morning. we start at 4am so remember that. we're looking at dense fog. visible less than a quarter mile in many locations. and the ingredients light winds, clear skies, and those temperatures that are going to be mild and high dew points. so little bit of moisture in the atmosphere. so as we look at the dense fog developing over over the neck 12 hours or so by 4am you can see it's reduced visible but not so bad. by about 7:00 we're seeing a mile, mile and a half in some spots lower visibility in trenton only about one an quarter miles by 8:00 o'clock areas of fog better down the shore and by 9:00 o'clock, we break out of it the same ten, 11:00 o'clock, no problems by then. then the sun really gets to
work. and temperatures will be warping right through the 70s which is obviously pretty unusual for this time of year. 59 overnight in philadelphia. 54 in the poconos. 56 in pottstown. 57 in wilmington and 59 in dover. head out the door tomorrow to work and to school, the kids can go out maybe in shorts. it will be that pleasant a light jack in the morning. allentown 72. 74 in philadelphia. 77 in millville. 62 in the poconos. just another great day. but remember this. saturday night before you go to bed or sunday morning at 2:00 a.m. if you want to stay up, kick that clock back one hour sunset on sunday 4:53. that's a little too early for me. saturday still a nice day but cooler. a few showers possible around game time for the birds we'll keep an eye on that still mild. then a chance of rain monday, tuesday, wednesday and cooler thursday. temperatures backing into the 50's. the party will be over but it stays mild right through monday. that's not so bad. not football weather though. kristen what do you think. >> it's getting there.
gabe kapler passionate guy. he's focused bringing the trophy back to phillies john middleton. he has written not so pg13 posts blog posts bringing up some questions about his character. matt klentak says they know what's in the past and they don't have any hesitations about kapler. >> if you look through the various posts, there's some tongue and cheek stuff that i had directed to players because i thought it might make them laugh. thinking through it, there's some things i might have written a little bit differly. certainly we all make mistakes and miss the mark from time to time. >> as we try to move the needle here, as we try to move this organization forward, um, you know, some of that -- there's an element of, you know, risk and new behaviors and trying new things that is inevitable. >> it's business as usual for
the eagles. they say preparing for a strong team like denver isn't any different than now that they're seven and one. they know they could have played better against san francisco so they're correcting those mistakes this week even with a potential target on their backs with the best record in the league it's just the same old. >> obviously our record tremendous right now. but there's still things we got to work on. still things we got to do to get better and at this point, we said this for while at least i have, you know, each team is getting better each and every week. and if we don't continue to get better, everybody else is going to catch up and eventually it will bite us. temple hosting navy for thursday night football in the third quarter up 17-six frank new tile made his second career start goes deep to adonis jennings touchdown temple. they're currently 13-19 in the fourth. the flyers have had some of their best guys dropping like flies as of late ton night on the road they hoped to avoid dropping three straight games. in st. louis tonight early second, no score.
a wrist shot from the point here for brandon manning it was reviewed and called a good goal. former flyer braden schenn loo looking to school for the blues but the safe from michael. pliers break their streak. they get the win two to nothing. >> wow. >> that's great. >> yeah. a lot of great stuff happening in philly right now. >> exactly. >> good time to be a sports fan. >> that's right. >> i'll tell you what. >> hank physical. thanks for watching that. will do it for us tonight at 10:00. we'll see you right back here at 11:00. ♪ joseph, i'm steve. how are you?
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.
>> live from center city in philadelphia this is fox 29 news at 11. so we hear a hot about fake news these days. our area is not immune and hollywood a listers are getting dragged into it. good evening i'm lucy noland. it's all going down in lehigh county of all places and includes among others bruce willis and appearance at a local ice cream shop. only catch is that it's as you probably guessed bogus. dave kinchen reports from allentown. >> kind of dumb whoever sent that. why would you make that kind of a post. roar report kerry is not buying the facebook invite to eat ice cream with bruce willis at ice cream world nearly a len town and it's a good thing, too, because it's fake. >> i think it's kind of silly. like it's obviously not going happen. >> reporter: fox 29 investigation revealed that someone posted the fake event on facebook and used what clearly looks like a doctored