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local street. the reason he thought he could leave. a local teenager in desperate need of a live saving transplant the the beautiful way she thought she had a match. your news starts in 30 seconds. >> ♪ right now south jersey mom demanding answers. she wants to know how her seven-year-old boy simply walked out of school with no one noti noticing. good samaritan saw that little boy walking miles away along a
busy road. good evening, i'm lucy noland. i'm iain page. that mom is terrified about what could have happened. fox 29's shawnette wilson spoke to the mother and her son and joins us live in camden tonight. shawnette? >> reporter: we're standing near admiral wilson boulevard where an employee at a gas station behind me saw that seven-year-old walking along a very busy highway. tonight his mom is thankful for that man but is upset with the school because she says her son was able to walk out. >> my son could have been kidnapped, he could have been just the worst hit by car. >> reporter: anna martinez still can't get over the phone call she says she received from her son's school just after 10:00 monday morning. >> they informed me that my son was film on admiral wilson boulevard. >> she dropped her seven-year-old son jerry at camden community charter school in north camden a few minutes late that day. he was going to the office to get a late passing to oh class.
>> he told the lady at the school he left some books home and she told him to go ahead and get them. to me it was a miscommunication she may have been talking to someone else but he still was able to leave the school. >> reporter: this second grader made it 2 miles away along market street and eventually on to a busy admiral wilson boulevard. he was 20 minutes away from his home when he walked by speedway gas station where an employee noticed him and called police. >> it was because a gas attendant decided to face that highway that day and saw my son running down and just grabbed him, and that's why he's still here. >> reporter: anna says school officials didn't know her little boy was missing until police brought him back about an hour later. and she says the officer worker never checked to see where jerry had gone. >> i would think the next step would be, wait a minute, where are you? call the classroom. did go straight to class. >> he didn't get his late pass. i was told he was in the books that he was late. >> reporter: this frustrated
mom says the principal apologized and said they would review procedures but she doesn't feel they're taking it seriously. >> as parent for me it just doesn't sit well with me. because i need to know my son is safe at school. >> reporter: school officials declined to talk on camera but they told me on the phone that they do have security cameras at the school. they have alarms on some of the doors and they say visitors have to be buzzed to get inside the school. host, they refused to tell me how jerry got out of the school unnoticed. iain, back to you. >> shawnette, thank you. names tonight candles and tears to remember a young man gunned down in the middle of the stre street. someone shot 23-year-old kyle aurora in the shoulder sunday afternoon on the 6,000 block of north america street. he later died from his injuries. tonight dozens from the community gathered to honor his memory and ask that anyone with any information please come forward. the schuylkill river trail is supposed to be a place for everyone to enjoy, recently though you've had to watch your back.
now you've got some help. fellow runners, bikers and walks kearse are officially banding together to keep the trail safe. fox 29's chris o'connell is live at the fairmount water works. chris? >> reporter: lucy, many neighborhoods organized community town watches to help keep their neighborhoods safe. after a string of incidents along the schuylkill river trail, the running community is now banding together to keep their place safe. it's one of the best known and longest urban running trails in the country. but after dark, the schuylkill river trail can become a dangerous place for runners especially women. >> we just said earlier like when we were walking and it was dark we literally like said to each other we were both oh my god it's so scary it's dark around here and started speed walking. >> reporter: in recent months there have been several reports of runners being robbed and sexually harassed on the trail. so now local runners and the city have teamed up to form the schuylkill river trail watch.
>> better lighting on the trail. need to be defined trail markers that integrated with emergency system. >> john lines the founder of run 215 running club says the group will start training volunteers fellow runners and bikers to be the eyes and ears of the trail. >> not only to look look out for problems but to help people. somebody falls and breaks their leg or needs help if somebody wants directions. everything that falls underneath trail usage we want to advocate for. >> reporter: the group says it's not looking for vigilantes but people who want to make a difference to make their trail safe for everyone. >> i feel like that's one of the things as long as i see other runners i know they're keeping their i've out. when it gets dark there's less and less of them. >> reporter: as the weather gets warmer the goal to train 150 trail watch volunteers by summertime. >> it will make me feel extra safe. i won't run. i'll be walking. >> reporter: the first trail watch volunteer session being held on april 27th.
if you want to volunteer or want more information, we have put a link or our website go to fox29.com. iain. >> chris, thank you. on your radar tonight roller coaster temperatures are back. many people keeping those coats handy walking around center city tonight and it's going get colder by the time you wake up. move in life to allentown right now. most of us are down in the 40's. i keep saying this. we can hit near freezing again by morning. >> i know. it seems like broken record, doesn't it? but we will slowly inch up on the low side as well with lows by this weekend in the 40 as huge improvement. you can see to the north nothing going on. high pressure keeping the clouds to the south, keeping the rain to the south, and we have a sunny stretch that will last at least the next seven days. so far we've already had two frost advisories neck for the entire region witness exception of the poconos through 8:00 o'clock in the morning. we're talking about low to mid 30s so a big improvement over the past couple of nights. in philadelphia still 51. 49 in pottstown and trenton. 39 in millville.
going down tonight around freezing atlantic city at the airport it is 41 degrees. during early morning hours, light winds, clear skies, we call that radiational cooling all that warmth just escapes in the atmosphere and we fall into the 30s pretty much everywhere. coming up we'll talk now allergy report those allergies are going get worse over the next couple of days way warmer weather. a dry stretch come and going or 80 in that seven day forecast i'll show when you and how long the heat is log to stick around. >> all right, kathy, thank you. heading now south philadelphia make sure you're ready to start the day right with the fox 29 weather and traffic authorities from the newest forecast to any problems out there on the roads. you can watch sue serio and bob kelly starting at 4:00 a.m. about 100 people taking to the streets throughout the city today rallying in support of union rights and increasing the minimum wage to $15. the group tied up rush hour traffic as they marched down broad street from north philadelphia into center city. at the same time a group calling themselves the stadium stompers protesting around the
temple university campus. they claim proposed stadium will raise property taxes and tuition all to court costs. just recently temple announce its hiring architect to over see stadium construction. skyfox over a serious crash in north jersey. four soldiers are injured, two of them critically, after the humvee they were in crashed and overturn on the new jersey turnpike. it happened right it round 2:30 in south brunswick. soldiers had to use a jack to lift the military vehicle so the people still trapped inside could get out. army officials say the injured soldiers are with 533rd brigade support batallion stationed in queens, new york. philadelphia police are investigating shooting death of an elderly woman in east germantown. the 83-year-old had two gunshot wounds to the chest. it happened inside a home on the 400 block of cosgrove street just before 1:00 this afternoon. she was taken to einstein hospital where she was pronounced dead. neighbors were shocked by the news of her death.
caring, loving person, very caring and loving person. you know, um, it saddens me. it saddens me. it really does. >> gun was recovered at the scene and police will continue to investigate. a local family's devastated after a driver hit and killed their son in port richmond. that driver took off. but tonight police say they have that driver in custody, however, he says it's all a mistake. fox 29's karen hepp explains. >> reporter: 35-year-old tommy dunbar, jr., was killed by hit-and-run driver last night. he was struck here at lehigh and aramingo and thrown off of his scooter around 9:00. >> tragic accident because this 35-year-old victim after being struck was according to witnesses dragged from underneath of the striking vehicle about 200 feet. accident investigation officers did find about 200 feet of drag marks from the victim's body. >> reporter: horrified witnesses wrote down the tag number and got a good description every the vehicle, a property yack aztec.
police found the car a few blocks away with the telltale tag and towed in it to tift for dna and fingerprints. late this afternoon a man who lives right across the street from where the vehicle was parked on cedar street was taken into custody. tommy's family watched and sobbed they live only block away in port richmond. investigators took numerous beer bottles and other evidence in for testing and spoke with the attorney for the possible suspect. his lawyer says, they have the wrong man. >> my client has nothing to say. he maintains his innocence. did he nothing wrong. >> reporter: tommy's family is definite stater. too up society speak on camera. but his mother specifically wanted to us share this photo from the shore. so she can remember their happy memories of wildwood crest a place they loved. last night, tommy simply hopped on his scooter to pick up food after working on project with his dad knowledge one ever saw him alive again. >> police have told our karen hepp they're not releasing the name of the man they arrested today because charges are still pending. grammy award winner singer
diana ross was her limo was involved in crash in bucks county on wednesday after afternoon. police in bethlehem say an suv ran a stop sign and crashed into ross' limousine taking her to a performance at the sands casino. singer complained of head and neck pain but declined to be taken to the hospital. the 22-year-old drive of the suv was cited for running the stop sign. wearing only white boxer shorts police track down this guy who just he is draped pris prison. the odd appliance they found him hiding inside. a local student with autism left bruised and beaten. his nose broken. his mom says it happened in school. what's worse, who she says is behind the beating. plus a race against time a local teenager in desperate need of a life-saving transplant. >> if we don't find a donor, what if this happens, what if we wait too long. i was worrying about what if, what if, what if. >> this family just found their hero. who stepped forward and the
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in the last eight years, the fracking industry has spent over $40 million dollars on lobbying in pennsylvania. so it's no surprise that even though they've had over 4,000 violations, all they've ever gotten is just a slap on the wrist it's time for that change. i'm josh shapiro, and i'll hold the oil and gas companies criminally liable for poisoning our air and our drinking water. i'll be an attorney general who always works for you. democrat josh shapiro. he'll stand up for us. ♪ message you see before the start of any movie, please silence your phone and please don't text. well, now one of the largest movie theater chains in the 61 tree is considering changing that policy. >> which is interesting and it's all to cater to a younger crowd. fox 29's bruce gordon is in bensalem tonight with more on the proposed change. i'm not heap about, bruce,
that's me. >> reporter: well, lucy, i got to tell you this little gadget right at the heart of real dilemma for movie theater chains. the use of these phones during a movie real aggravation for older movie fans like me. but the younger folks, they can't be expected to set these things down for two whole hours. how do you come up with a happy ending to this store. amc current policy is pretty straight forward as seen in this youtube video of combination movie trailer and warning. >> uh-uh, now is not the time for talking or texting. >> i say put your phone away. you paid like $7 for this movie. what are you doing? >> reporter: what do they say back? >> they say, shhh i'm trying to make an important call. yeah, what's that, huh. >> reporter: few admit to using their phone at the movies. >> i don't think you should be allowed at all, no. >> reporter: why is that? >> i mean -- >> your phone is ringing while we're talking. >> yeah, i know. >> reporter: you've answered my question. now amc's ceo tells variety he's
considering finding a way to create a phone and text friendly environment for movie goers. says adam aaron when you tell a 22-year-old to turn off the phone don't ruin the movie, they hear please cut off your left arm above the elbow you can't tell a 22-year-old to turn off their cell phone much that's not how they live their life. the head of the greater philadelphia film office says she made a new year's resolution a decade ago. >> i'm going to turn my phone off before the movie starts and i always do. and i do not like people who have their phones on. >> reporter: sharon says keeping the younger audience happy is hugely important to the movie theater industry. >> i think that they've got the right idea that they need to get those millennials in the theater, that people aren't going to the movie theater experience any more as much as they did. they need to get those millennials in there. listen up you animals it's time to turn out of your cell phone. >> it could entail roping off portion of a theater and showing
the film in two rooms. one with phones allowed. other with the usual ban. would you like the idea separating them out with the folks like you who don't want to hear that stuff. >> either better they can do it at home. >> reporter: cold turkey, right? >> yes. >> that was bruce gordon reporting. police arrested three protesters right outside the fox 29 studios in old city this morning. the three say they were protes protesting quote the brutal relationship between philadelphia police and the black population. the same group recently interrupted a campaign event for hillary clinton in mt. airy they later marched on police headquarters tonight. organizers call 8-day of rage. 15 members of one of the city's most violent gangs are facing a list of charges to night. philadelphia district attorney seth williams announced the arrest of members of tnt gang today stands for tenth and thompson. williams said member get these tattoos to show their allegiance to the gang. prosecutors say these guys were involved in north philadelphia gun battles from february to
june of 2014. one of those shootings killed a man. >> homicide that we're charging them with is of an individual that was an innocent bystander on june the 22nd of 2014 a man that just unfortunately looked like a member of tnt's rival gang was shot on our streets. >> the da tells us the gang members were involved in 13 crimes. to a story now you'll only see on fox. a local mother of a son with autism sent us these pictures. they says that shows what happened to her teenager at school and that a schoolwork kerr took him oh into a closet and beat hem him. she answers answers. >> police are looking into just what happened. fox 29's jennifer joyce has been talk wig that mom. >> it was assault on a vulnerable child with disabilities. >> reporter: torres is speaking about her 15-year-old son jordan with cuts on his shoulder, bruises across his chest and a swollen likely
broken knows. >> he was up all night crying like he had nightmares. >> her son has autism he attends archway lower school in atco, new jersey. jordan told his mom he was assaulted by a classroom aid yesterday. torres says a school administrator confirmed this to her. >> she actually observed what was going on, and she said protocol was to just remove the student torque make sure he was safe, and then call the state. i asked if police was call. she said no. >> reporter: nilda immediately made that call she's pressing charges against the aid. the waterford township police department says their investigation is on-going. the school would not comment on what happened to jordan but issue add statement saying "the safety of our students is and always will be our top priority. we immediately reported the incident to the new jersey institutional abuse investigation unit and are cooperating fully with their investigation as well as that of waterford township police.
we are fully committed to providing a safe and secure environment for those in our care ". >> he will tell you he's not safe at the school. he expressed to the state he said i don't feel safe there. >> torres says the school never called her to report her son's injuries. his in home car takers alerted the mom after picking him from up from school. she's having a hard time getting answers from the school. >> why he was in the closet by himself. i want to know why is there markings on his face. owe want to know why was he, his aid at the time when that's not his aid. where was everyone else. >> she won't stop pushing until she finds out why her son walk out classroom with a broken knows. >> it's disheartening thinking that the system failed me and failed my son and the safety. report roar torres says her son requires a one-on-one aid. she wants to know where that person was at the time of the incident. at this point charges have not been filed. in atco, inform, i'm jennifer joyce, fox 29 news. deputes saw this guy one a red light and swerve all over
the road before they pulled him over. what they found inside his truck they were not expecting. >> a mom accused of sucker punching the coach of her own daughter's cheerleading team. the move witnesses say got her so riled up. plus -- howard. >> the flyers played a tough game in the opening game of the playoffs. it was tough. the highlights will be coming up and as crazy as it is the day eagles fans wait for the schedule for the next season. eagles got four prime time gam games. all that will be coming up in sports. >> now with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly. good evening, everybody. watch for delays around city hall through the overnight into early tomorrow morning. they're paving that whole stretch around city hall including the market and broad street side and then even when they're finished all day tomorrow you're going to have that uneven pavement and just watch it if you hit some of those exposed manhole covers that will knock your align many out of wack and then during the
day tomorrow, 95 northbound watch for crews working between girard avenue through the betsy ross bridge interchange and then they're also going to work up near cottman avenue. but you know what, tomorrow is friday! we made it almost we kick the off bright and early. see you tomorrow at 4:00. there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big
banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president?
at least nine people are dead, hundreds injured after an earthquake struck parts of southern japan. the 66.5 magnitude quake crumbled buildings, surveillance cameras captured the huge jolt you can see there. residents say the shake walk so bad they couldn't even stand up. that quake set off fires throughout the area and tonight rescue crews are desperately searching through debris made that much more tough by more than 100 after shocks and counting. oklahoma woman is lucky to be alive after her house explo explodes. emergency crews rushed to the home yesterday afternoon. when they got there it look like a bomb went off. residents three blocks away said they heard their windows shake and floors as well one person was rushed to the hospital in critical condition after neighbors found her in the backyard. it was more than 50 feet from her back door. the cause of that explosion is still under investigation. arizona man is fighting for his life after being attacked by
a swarm of bees. >> to make matters worse he's allergic to the insects. 72-year-old jerry moore's wife says he was working in the garage earlier this leak week when she heard him scream. she went out to check she found him covered in bees. she called 911. firefighters arrived. 14 minutes later. and pride the bees with foam but by then he was unconscious and his heart had stopped. paramedic rushed him to the hospital. >> i saw the nurses they had bunch of bees that they took out of him. it must have been over a hundred or more. i mean he was just covered. >> my goodness. she was stung several times in the face but she's not allergic to bee stings. she said the pain of nearly losing her husband is of course far more -- far worse than ge getting stunk. half naked police tracked down this guy who just escaped from prison. >> he come behind wal*mart. the only thing we could see he was in his white boxer.
>> the odd appliance they found him hiding inside. and in a race against time, a local teenager was in desperate need of a life-saving transplant. the surprise hero who stepped forward and the beautiful way he let her know they're a perfect match. kathy? >> frosty start to the day tomorrow. we'll see high pressure to the north and northeasterly wind but we are going to make it. not just in the 70s but to 80 degrees. it's coming up in the seven day when we come back. in the last eight years, the fracking industry has spent over $40 million dollars on lobbying in pennsylvania. so it's no surprise that even though they've had over 4,000 violations, all they've ever gotten is just a slap on the wrist it's time for that change. i'm josh shapiro, and i'll hold the oil and gas companies
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three children and another wom woman. railroad union leaders are blaming corporate changes at amtrak for the deadly derailment earlier this month in delaware county. two workers dieter along the tracks in chester on april 2n april 2nd. union officials say training for employees is inadequate. they're demanding a change in policy to fix what they call hazardous conditions along the northeast corridor. now we reached out to amtrak to comment on those allegations and we have yet to hear back. donald trump's campaign manager will not be prosecuted for grabbing a reporter. march witnessth incident was all caught on camera. michelle fields a former reporter for bright bart says corey lewandowski grabbed her and almost made her fall over. she says she had a bruised arm. there's not enough evidence to warrant a misdemeanor charge against the campaign driver. >> deputes pulled over driver had ran through a red light and they saw him weaving and out of his lane before they stopped him. >> when he looked inside his truck they were surprised by what they found.
>> do you know why i topped you this evening? take that out for me, would you? how much you had to drink tonight? >> nothing. >> nothing? >> deputes say 41-year-old david rebel wreaked of alcohol inside his truck his two and five-year-old daughters and their dog. dash cam video shows he had a tough time with the sobriety tests. >> count backwards for me. from 95 to 82. >> 95, 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, what are we going to. >> 87 or 88, 87, 86, 87, i'm horrible at ma'am. >> deputies say his blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit. the kids were turned over to their mother. >> thank goodness those kids were okay. the search for a texas man who escaped from prison ended in
gill friend's kitchen police say the 20-year-old 6-foot 200-pound man you have to visualize this was curled up inside the woman's dishwasher. he was in prison for aggravated robbery and arson but escaped on tuesday. investigators say he removed the trays and lining from the dishwasher before he climbed on n he's now facing an extra 10 years in prison. his girlfriend may also face charges. all right. kathy? what's on our radar tonight. >> follow that up. >> i can't. i cannot even come close to that. i know how big my dishwasher s take a look outside. whatever clear sky. we have light winds and we have temperatures that are falling. philadelphia still holding ton 51. the high today 63 which is seasonal for this time of year. winds out of the southwest at just 7 miles an hour. it is 46 in allentown. 49 degrees in pottstown. 44 in dover and millville the cool spot 39 degrees. we're looking for some cold air really cold air can't seem to fine burlington holding on to
42 degrees. albany 47 and ottawa it's 37 degrees. you can see the seasons beginning to change. not quite as cold as it has be been. slowly rear of we're getting there. high pressure to the north will provide a northeasterly wind so temperatures slowly inching up with those daytime highs and that strong april sunshine. we are going to find temperatures once again in the 60s tomorrow going for a high of 63 degrees. a day much like today after morning lows in the 30s. so you'll see tomorrow we'll be right around normal. saturday above average. sunday well above average and my monday, that will be the peak of the heat. really feeling like summer as temperatures are around 80 degrees. this is why the jet stream finally relenting. going well to the north. that high pressure that's providing northeasterly cooler wind will slowly sink to the south we get into a summer like pattern. you'll see increasing high clouds with this warmer southwesterly flow. the winds will be picking up over the weekend, it will be a little bit more humid. also your allergies will
probable be bothering you windy and warm by saturday, sunday and monday. overnight in the city it there. in the suburbs 33. mainly clear. a light whipped and frosty come tomorrow morning but that's nothing compared to how cold it is been the past several mornings. high pollen current the next couple of days. lots of sun during the day tomorrow a great day to be outside, walk the dog, go for a run. don't the shore don't be surprised those easterly winds provide a chill. ocean is only at 50 degrees so saturday will be 55 down the shore. sunday 60 but still a nice day to grab an ice cream, walk the boards maybe go for bike ride. saturday 67 at home. sunday 72, monday we make it to 80. tuesday 68. 64 degrees on wednesday. and a week from today, next thursday, i don't know, iain you may be wearing shorts underneath the desk. 74 degrees sunshine maybe play nine holes before work. >> what do you say. >> might play nine. shorts it's got to be 90 to wear shorts. >> it's always like 50 in the
studio. we have got layers on. i'm just saying. enjoy. >> thanks kathy. >> so young boy from new jersey has a new title tonight. >> mt. holly police recognizing his bravery by making him an honorary cop. seven-year-old darren had two emergency surgeries last summer to remove a life-threatening brain tumor. he's a big fan of super heroes and considers his local officers the biggest super heroes of them all he made them all these special key chains dan the officers made him an honorary officer and super hero but he already knows he's a super hero. just ask him. >> because i've been through a lot. >> what did you beat? and beat a brain tumor. >> we enjoy his presence here. he brings light to us. we laugh when we're around him. we have so much fun. >> he tells us the officers are actually the super heroes because they keep mt. holly dave eau got his super hero cape.
>> a mom accused of sucker punching the coach of her own daughter's near cheerleading team. >> we all know fast food is not good for you but does it come way side of chemicals? what's not even inside the food that could be danger to your health. meet the world's newest escape artist. how one aquarium says ink key was able to get out of his aquarium. you know they're super smart and get back to the ocean before they even knew he was gone.
♪ sounds like a plot from animated movie something pixar like but this is real. octopus escaped from the national aquarium of new zealand. the male octopus was able to return to the ocean after escaping through a narrow pipe. the aquarium says inky slipped through a small gap in his enclosure slid across a wet floor and squeezed through the nearly 6-inch pipe. he left behind tentacle sucker marks on the floor. he ended up in the aquarium after getting rescued from a
fishing net. >> at a cat may have to recall 85 million air bag inflaters if they can't prove they're safe on top of the 28 million recalled since 2014. the company says they have a tendency to explode and send metal or glass shooting at passengers it costs about a hundred bucks to replace the air bag it could cost the company billions. would you like some chemicals with that? new research those shows there might be a high level in fast food. thalates are chemicals in food packaging in vinyl gloves many restaurant workers wear. they're banned from children's toys, baby bottles and pass fires. over occurrence they may affect the development of mail reproductive systems and lead to behavioral problems among other things. researchers at george washington university say the level of thalates in the urine of heavy fast food eaters is as much as 40% higher than people who rar rarely eat take out. >> i hope it raises public
awareness about this problem, this greater problem of, you know, our society being exposed to industrial item calls through our food supply. >> sounds like we need change the packaging. researchers say they based what they're calling fast food on the cdc's definition which includes basically anything you that's not served on plate it's a boy for kelly clarkson. >> first american idol well coming her second child the baby boy's name remington alexander black stock. she posted on twitter the baby is healthy and couldn't be more happier or more in love. 33 year old just appeared on the idol finale last week. kelly and her husband brandon black stock also have daughter river rose whose almost two. talking about preoccupied this couple cannot stop kissing. what's going on around them that had others in the bar in a pan panic. plus a race against time a local teenager in desperate need of a life-saving transplant.
find it harder and hardert to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. ♪ montana couple proves nothing can come between a good kiss. not even a rob breach police are
looking for the three people you see in this surveillance video. authorities say they robbed the bar and casino you can see everybody else putting their hands up when two men an woman storm in but the lip locking couple who appear to be oblivious and probably had couple of drinks kept hugging and kissing through the whole thing. luckily no one was hurt. >> that's astounding. all right. so a florida mom is in hot water tonight accused of of attacking her daughter's cheerleading coach. 44-year-old stephanie waddles is in jail. deputes say her 15-year-old daughter had to sit out of cheerleading practice. she left practice the night before without permission. the teen said she had an anxiety attack. witnesses say her mom was so mad the coach had benched her daughter she showed up gone in the coach's face. the coach says, hey, the mom punched me. the mom denies it police in miami, florida on the hunt for the man who made grab inside a cash register at a fast food join. take a look at this store security video. worker says the guy walk into the burger king and asked how much a cheeseburger was so she told him and he handed over some cash but when the worker open
the register you see him reach in and take some money. >> the cashier take the or. as she reaches in to give him change he reaches over the counter brazen with everyone in the store and grabs money out of the register you see her hesitate and then back away because she is afraid. >> he wasn't. he got off with the cash. police are now trying to track him down and posted flyers in the area with a picture of this car. 18-year-old delaware county man about to give his teenaged cousin a gift that will change her life forever. >> dawn timmeney now with more on why this young feels it was destiny. ♪ >> i remember it very clear. >> kate moran knew this day would eventually come. her 16-year-old daughter caylee is in kidney failure and needs a life-saving transplant doctors giving the family the bad news last august. >> it was scary. >> her kidneys have been functioning at 30% since she was a child. she was diagnosed at 10 days old
with metabolic disorder mma. her body lacks an enzyme that breaks down certain proteins and fats which can result in organ failure or death. >> children with this disease it could affect any of their organs for caylee it was her kidneys. >> caylee is fed a special formula through a g tube three times a day to make sure she's getting the proper nutrients. >> she's often tired, nauseous and has no appetite. she's always been upbeat. the new she needed a kidney broke her emotionally shouldn't she couldn't but think the worse. >> when i first found out i was very scared. if we don't find a donor what if this happens, what if we wait too long. just worrying about what if, what if, what if. >> her mom and dad decided to send out an e-mail to close family and friends asking if anyone would consider being a donor. it acknowledge it's a huge decision and one which would
save caylee's life. the response was overwhelming. >> i always wondered in the back of my head am i going to be able to help out. >> meet caylee's 28-year-old cousin michael he immediately filled out the donor forms to see if he might possibly be a match. >> i always had in the back of my mind i felt when i filled out that paper work originally it was going to be me report roar six weeks later michael got the phone call and the news that he knew in his heart he was a mat match. it was a few days before christmas so on christmas eve morning michael gave kale al christmas present she'll never forget. >> i found a teddy bear that actually said it's a kidney on it. so i wrapped that up with little card. >> christmas card said, merry christmas, i'm your match, love michael. >> i was overwhelmed. i was excited. >> caylee can now look forward to being like other 16-year-ol 16-year-olds. >> being able to like be a
normal kid. >> michael comes from big and supportive family. he's the youngest of six and his brothers and sister couldn't be prouder. >> he's truly one of the nicest people and i think what he's doing is one of the nicest things anyone could do for someone else. >> caylee's family couldn't agree more. >> $3,360. >> it means that caylee will be able to live in a way she has never known. there are no adequate words to tell him just how grateful i am and how much it means to me that he has done this. >> caylee loves michael with all her heart. he's not only her cousin, he's her angel, her hero. >> i can a treasure almost. >> i guess i don't think too much of it i kind of feel like caylee needed something to stay alive. have i that something. i don't need it. so why not give it to her? >> the gift of life that will forever connect caylee and her
amazing cousin. >> caylee is very blessed she will now have a part of him in her. so not only his kidney but his goodness. >> the transplant surgery is scheduled for this tuesday at children's hospital of philadelphia. doctors say caylee will feel better right away. michael will be out of commission for about six to eight weeks but he says it's all worth it. dawn timmeney, fox 29 news. what great story. fox 29 is a proud sponsor of the 21st annual gift of life donor dash this sunday at the philadelphia art museum. >> the family has team called cousins strong and already raised close to $5,000 for organ donor awareness. the wet will be great. >> all right. here's howard. >> you're a weather person? >> now you're a person weather -- weather person. >> that's kathy's job. >> i actually listen to kathy howard. >> you're over there doing sports. >> flyers played a tough game in the opening game of the playof
♪ the flyers opened the playoffs again the best team in hockey those being the washington capitals. good hockey team but you have to score to win. and sean may be out few weeks with what i'm told is a shoulder injury. let's go to washington. take a look. honored ed snider before the game the patch on the flyers jersey as well ems for ed snider but the flyers didn't score any goals. all right. the caps on power play. carlson bounces it off couple of flyers it's one to nothing capitals. third period wayne simmonds this is not good because he gets a seven minute panel penalty he's done for the rest of the game. they needed him and then you won't like this. jake vorachek turns the puck over. ut-oh. the pass to jay beagle the score two-zero the game is over but when the game is over the flyers
send a calling card. the game is over and they got penalties after that but they lose it two to nothing. one of the biggest days for fans is when the nfl schedule comes out. the eagles open the season at home against cleveland september 11th. away at chicago monday night followed by the steelers here and then the eagles have a bye that's not good to have a bye that early. game five at detroit game six at washington. october 23rd minnesota here. dallas november 6th that's a sunday night game. then we got the eagles at the new york giants back home against atlanta then toughest trip of the season seattle on november 20th. home on monday night against the packers. finishing out the schedule december 4th at cincinnati. back home for three of the last four games, washington, then at baltimore finally thursday night against the giants at home and dallas at home to finish the season on new year's day. phillies, y, phillies played the worst team in baseball. the files beating san diego three of four in many series.
san diego shot out five of their 10 games this season. let's go to citizens bank park but ryan howard found their pitching to be fun. yes he hits a homerun in the second inning. gives the phils a one to nothing lead but the story of the game vincent velasquez they got him from houston in the ken giles deal. he struck out 16 batters allowed only three hits, no walks, he's the first phillies pitcher since cliff lee to strike out 16 in 2,011. that's a really good game. velasquez i was just winding them down. all right. the phillies won it three to nothing. to tampa, francisco lindh tour the short shop for cleveland looking for the ball, looking for the ball, looking for the ball there's no ball. >> what? >> it got stuck in the roof in tam pan he's waiting for the ball to come down. (laughter). >> that's great.
>> the call is. >> i don't know what the call is on that. >> probably a foul ball. >> it's got to be foul. >> foul ball. >> that's wonderful. >> all right. >> full hour of entertainment news coming up next, tmz, dish nation and chasing news and the simpsons. >> of course we're back here at 4:00 a.m. for fox 29 morning news. sue serio and bob kelly taking care of you all morning long. in the last eight years, the fracking industry has spent over $40 million dollars on lobbying in pennsylvania. so it's no surprise that even though they've had over 4,000 violations, all they've ever gotten is just a slap on the wrist it's time for that change. i'm josh shapiro, and i'll hold the oil and gas companies criminally liable for poisoning our air and our drinking water. i'll be an attorney general who always works for you. democrat josh shapiro. he'll stand up for us.
>> today on "tmz" -- harvey: kobe bryant took a massive amount of champagne to the face. >> kobe played in his farewell game and scored 60 points. >> that was the fakest 60 points. >> the players weren't defending. i could have scored nine points probably. >> you guys sound like the biggest dumb-asses -- >> hold on. in defense, we are. [laughter] >> gwen stefani just caught a huge break in her divorce with gavin rossdale. he's walking away from a chunk he could have taken from her money. >> he can't do what he did and then take all of her money too. >> the rest of your lives you're going to have to deal with each other. so maybe if you bone the nanny, maybe you take the high road. when it comes to the money. >> good for you, gavin rossdale. maybe she has a lot of tour dates coming up. >> we have video of justin bieber ashing post malone. and right