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lanes on the new jersey side approaching a toll booth in logan township. no word on any injuries. the delays are all in the westbound lanes. of course we will stay on top of this and bring you the latest information as we get it. meanwhile, gunshots in the middle of a fight. now two teenagers are dead. i'm dawn timmeney. iain will be joining me at 10:00. police still don't know what started that fight in south philadelphia last night. but tonight, friends and family are struggling to understand why two teens are dead. fox 29's joyce evans is live from philadelphia police headquarters with the very latest. joyce? >> reporter: dawn, detectives are still working on this one as they tell us at this hour, and they're not sure yet whether more than one of these teens in this big fight will be arrested and charged, but they all know one another. they got into a fight. so who pulls a gun out in the middle of the fight and just starts firing it? >> teenagers filing into sane joe's this morning attending a
huge mass and talking with counselors. >> it's just not a one-day thing. this is something that will last for a little while, and, um, the prep is there to support each and of one of them. >> reporter: but their emotions get the best of many as they left class and head to do south philadelphia where 16-year-old salvador, was shot right in front of his home near 12th and ritner. >> he was a good kid. he always had your back. always on your side. um, i a had a lot of classes with him. >> it was really shocking last night. like it was out of nowhere. >> reporter: three shots fired in the middle of about six kids crowded up in a tussle during an argument. >> we heard pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, and we just thought it was fireworks. >> these children are out on the street with guns and shooting each other. we have two deaths of 16-year-old boys that were killed. that's that. that's the end of it. it's final. so sad. >> there are people that are being identified as we speak. >> his mother never said he's
giving me a hard time. he's not tough. didn't act tough. if you look at him you can see the geek in him. >> also shot and killed in that tussle was 16-year-old kahlir miller he lives a couple miles away from the shooting scene and attends mastery charter near ninth and oregon. his neighbors say he was good kid. >> quiet, carried hisself like a decent young man. >> just one of those tragic mixes when arguments happen and years ago it used to be fist fights and now guns are introduced into the mix. >> uncalled for. uncalled for. it has to stop. >> reporter: as you can imagine, everybody is shaking their heads in this case as we do when we hear this happen. but this one makes no sense. one shooter, one gun, 45 caliber handgun, and two kids are dead tonight. a vigil will be held in about an hour in south philadelphia. dawn? >> all right, so sad and so senseless. thank you joyce. iconic south philadelphia restaurant gutted by flames.
the two alarm fire at bridget foy's on south street broke out around 1:30 this morning over hundred firefighters fought those flames for hours outside. saying it was just too dangerous to go in. we're still not sure what caused that fire. neighbors are absolutely devastated. that restaurant was such a huge part of south street for the community for 40 years. >> it's a fun place to be. it's a friendly place to be. we know the family. i'm just hoping that they rebuild and reopen because it's important to the whole neighborhood. >> the fire displaced 11 people, injured three firefighters and killed two dogs in a pet store next door. a delivery driver attacked knocked out and robbed at a gas station. that victim was unconscious for days. the whole attack caught on camera. our jeff cole is live in southwest philadelphia with this horrifying story and, jeff, the video very hard to watch. >> reporter: dawn, it certainly is. really the shear brutality of this attack is absolutely fully
captured on camera and certainly tonight investigators are hoping to use those images to make an arrest. >> i'm doing bad. >> reporter: keith moody has wounds on his face and stitches in his lip, painful reminders of the horrible strike he took to his face friday night. >> i don't remember anything from the time i went in till i came out. i don't remember going there. report record me dee, 56, delivering pizza for local shop was attacked by a group of young men outside the lukoil on baltimore avenue in southwest philly. he's knocked to the pavement by a pistol swinging attacker. the car is taken but not before the attacker approaches his unconscious victim. >> male knocks him out as he's laying on the ground cold goes through his pocket and takes money. >> the owner of the gas station struggles with teens hanging out in his lot at all hours pumping gas for a few bucks. >> as far as the kids, you know, making a little money, that's all well begun. but the gun thing, that's a bad thing, man, and we all need to
tried to something about it report roar keith moody just wants to go back to work. >> my man is to get myself together and hopefully i still have job. if i can locate this man's car. >> reporter: teeth moody was unconscious for three days before he finally came to. he's awake now. he's home. he's recovering anxious to resume this life. live in southwest philly, i'm jeff cole fox 29 news. dawn? >> all right, pretty scary stuff, thank you, jeff. allentown man facing charges to night in connection with a deadly stabbing at his home. prosecutors say 65-year-old leon wilson stabbed and killed his ex-girlfriend's daughter last month. he's charged with voluntary manslaughter. police say the victim, 37-year-old chanel allen, showed up at wilson's home way friend drunk and high. investigators say the women began attacking woman who lives there and that's when police say wilson stepped in. >> these women particularly the decedent and theresa hurdle have
created a situation by their drunken and assault seive behavior that resulted in the unfortunate and tragic death of chanel allen. >> police say wilson is slightly disable and told investigators he had to do something to protect himself. he told officers he got a knife and poked allen hoping she and her friend would stop. allen died of one stab wound to the chest. turning now to your weather authority an very fall like day outside as we take a live look at wilmington, delaware. meteorologist kathy orr joining us now with first look at the forecast. kind of cool and crisp out& there. a big change, kathy. >> absolutely, dawn. in our studio as well. it's cool everywhere. take look at today's highs in the 60s. average high 64 degrees. yesterday we were in the mid 7 70s. so a definite cool change. right now 54 in the poconos. 59 in allentown. 58 in pottstown. 59 in wilmington and millville, as the sun gets lower in the sky and sets, we're look at a very chilly evening.
temperatures much cooler than yesterday at this time. 12 degrees cooler in lancaster, wilmington and millville. 13 degrees cooler in allentown than it was last night at this time. temperatures falling through the 60s and the 50s into the 40s overnight. by 9:00 o'clock, we're at 58 degrees. by about the 11:00 o'clock hour we're at 54 with a northwesterly wind at 11 miles an hour. that chill is going to settle in as far south as the deep south through georgia and also alabama it's going to be moving in to our region come tomorrow morning. we'll take a look at how long that's going to stick, plus, we're looking at a soaker for your sunday. eagles fans, we have to prepare. i'll be back with that seven day later in the broadcast. >> all right, kathy, thank you. a day after a top republican congressman calls it quits, president trump is pushing back at criticism from some members of his own party. the president is insisting that he has the full support of republican lawmakers on capitol hill. fox's caroline shive system in washington with more. president trump lashing out against two republican senators
today who are calling it quits but the president says the gop stands together even calling a republican meeting this week a love fest. >> there is great unity. i mean if you look at democrats with bernie sanders and hillary clinton that's a mess. >> reporter: president trump brushing off concerns over fighting within the republican party. his reassurances come after arizona's jeff flake announced tuesday he would not seek another six-year term in the november at one time of 2018 elections. offering a brutal commentary on the first nine months of the trump presidency as he did so. >> he's way down in the primary. so he did the smart thing for himself. this way he can get out somewhat gracefully. >> reporter: flake's speech coming hours after president trump and outgoing knitter bob corker trade the taunts on twitter. democratic senator chuck schumer welcoming flake's decision with a smile and had a lot more to say on the senate floor today. >> history will judge senator flake and senator corker as two men of the greatest conscious to
have graced this chamber. >> reporter: in fighting is not sitting as well with republican senator rand paul who took aim at his colleagues calling the feud a quote people magazine saga. >> i try not to make it about personalities or, you know, someone saying someone has less of a perfect character than they do. that's a little bit of the pot calling the kettle blake. >> reporter: senator flake might not be going away any time soon. in an interview today he refused to rule out a presidential bid potential toll up seat mr. trump in 2020. in washington, caroline shively, fox news.& the naacp has a warning tonight for african-americans traveling on american airline. the warning coming after series of incidents the group says suggest quote racial incentive bias. in one case a passenger said he was forced off of a flight because he responded to disrespectful comments. ooh in instance a passenger says their first class seat was changed to coach at random.
the airline says it is disappointed to hear about the travel advisory saying it does not tolerate discrimination of any kind and plans to meet with naacp officials. the philadelphia school district celebrating unity day in a different way. with a flash mob. the event is part of bullying prevention month. school staff members dressed in orange for the day guests were also surprised when students performed a flash mob. mayor jim kenney and superintendent dr. william hite were at the event. just to ensure that students have the resources and services and supports they need in order to feel like individuals care for them and that they are safe and respected. schools all over the country are celebrating unity day today. coming up the science of addiction. what new research says about how it affects the brain. plus, could one, 11-year-old actually have the solution to preventing water crisis across the country? we'll show you her
incredible invention. kristen. >> dawn, eagles are changing things around with jason peters and jordan hicks out for the rest of the season. hear the guys who will have to step up on the challenge and they now face next in sports. 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. 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.
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. ♪ she is only 11 years old but she may have the answer to the water crisis in flint, michigan. she recently won the award as america's top young scientist for creating a sensor that detects led in water. she told fox business network she was inspired to create the device after watch her parents test for their led in their own water. she won $25,000 for her invention. not bad. scientists are challenging the view that addiction is moral
problem. research is showing any form of addiction makes specific changes on the brain. fox's laura ingle has more on that new research showing hope for better treatments for people with addictive behaviors. >> reporter: a long held thought is that addiction is a weakness in behavior. but scientists are finding out it is a brain disease. >> addiction is a disease. it's a chronic relapses brain diss or it changes the structures of the brain that affects the chemistry of the brain, it affecting cell to cell signaling in the brain. >> reporter: cover story on the september issue of national geographic goes behind the science of addiction. writer fran smith says decades of research has developed a detailed picture of how addiction disrupts the brain by causing hundreds of changes in its anatomy and chemistry. >> those changes can trigger people to relapse from the simplest things many of us don't even notice. >> normal environment certain things can trigger the cravings.
so that the smell of a cigarette if you're addicted to cigarettes the clinic of ice news drink in you're an alcoholic. even if people are trying to control the behavior and the desire, little cues can trigger that desire and make it almost overwhelming for people. >> reporter: research into treatment is showing promising results that smith says people need to know there's no one thing that will work for everyone. >> one of things that was so inspiring to me writing the article was to meet people who had tried recovery, who had relapsed, tried something else, tried a combination of things, did it all and really put themselves on the road to recovery and their lives have really just opened up since th then. >> reporter: fine out more about how addiction affects your brain, log on to nat geo geo.com/addiction. in new york, i'm laura ingle, fox news. now to your fox 29 weather authority. as we take live look at trenton. pretty night. but a chilly one out there.
those 70-degree temperatures, well, they may be a thing of the past. meteorologist kathy orr here with a look at the forecast. are we done with the warm weather, kathy. >> yes. yes, we are, dawn. >> darn. >> at least for while. we have one little piece of warmth in that seven day forecast but hot october is basically over. i want to show you some great video of the future of this television business. i was interviewed by temple tv and this hannah interviewing me she was one of our interns so i was on their show they have a weekly show and i want to give a shout out to all of the temple students at temple tv. great group of kids. our friend paul gluck heads up the program there. does great job with them and we hope we have more of you guys interning at fox 29 coming up next semester. so lots of fun with them. let's tack about the weather. a warm october indeed. officer ratch monthly temperature made it to 64 degrees. 6.6 degrees above normal and when you look at the rankings our place in history for october warmth, is number two so far it
looks like it will end up being the second warmest of all time in philadelphia. the number one spot in 2007. right now 54 in the poconos. 59 degrees in allentown. 58 in pottstown. 65 degrees in philadelphia and 59 in millville. we'll see that front that came through yesterday slowly pulling through new england and taking the clouds with it. some clearing skies in the wake of that with a west northwesterly wind. it's cool wind for us so tomorrow temperatures will be cooler than today. and then a little bit of warmth up the coast for friday and saturday before the cooler air moves in and very stormy way. so we're expecting a wet sunday especially for the eagles game. go hour by hour from the morning to the afternoon and evening. a still ways off the best chance of rain will come in the afternoon and threw the evening hours. and we look at the amount of rain, we're talking about one to 2-inches of rain falling in a relatively short period of time. so kick off at 1:00 o'clock. rainy and windy the temperature
at game time 63. so not cold but with the wind and the rain it will obviously be uncomfortable for the fans in the stands. as we go through the hours of sunday, you can see between one and 2-inches of rain this could change in the heavier rain could shift. but we'll keep an eye on that east next couple of days and into the weekend right now it looks like one to 2-inches rain locally higher am. gusts up to 35 miles an hour for your sunday and some flooding in poor drainage areas. overnight for the immediate future it will be cool, lows in the 40s in the poconos going for 38. during the day tomorrow a high temperature of only 60 degrees. but pleasant with partly sunny skies. northwesterly winds ten to 15 will make it feel even cooler on your seven day forecast there's that warmup friday and saturday. rain and wind for your sunday and cool for monday, tuesday halloween and wednesday chilly for those ghosts and goblins i think the main focus through the weekend, kristen s definitely going to be sunday. that's something we'll carefully watch right up to game time. >> oh, fingers crossed. that rain would be no fun.
have to fill. jason peter social security out. it looks like big v will step up to be the starter on the the left side. right tackle lane johnson said he'd prefer to stay on the right side for now again big vest to the left side. whoever takes over frank reich knows what the loss of peters means for this team. >> jason peters is a rare player, um, i have no problem saying i've been around this game for 30 years and i've been around some great offensive linemen. a lot of great offensive linemen nom disrespect to any of them because a lot of great ones but jason peters is the best one i've ever been around. >> on the defensive side it's linebacker jordan hicks outlooks like he'll be remade by committee. it's a new rule for najee good he's leaning on the support of his team. >> db did it. it's really just the team effort, and the weight is never on one person. that's the best and that about this team. >> 76ers hosting the houston rockets to night but they'll be
without rookie markelle fultz. side lined for at leave three games with shoulder discomfort. so the sixers now are trying to re-evaluate fultz's situation. >> we are going to try to take little bit of a different approach as, you know, we embrace this next week, try oh get him a hundred percent healthy and right. there's ban lot of noise out there about, um, you know, the pain, about the impact on his shot and we're just hopeful that we can get this kind of resolved once and for all. >> penn state is in the heart of their big ten schedule right now with a trip to ohio state this weekend. we all remember last year. the block field goal that gave the nittany lions the number two ohio state. great win. more than anything it sparked the run we've seen from penn state since. >> i don't care where you're at in your, n your program's development and things like th that. those wins have a big impact from a lot of different perspectives. there's definitely awareness from all of us including me that wins like that, um, you know,
build confidence. >> reminder you can watch number two penn state at number six ohio state this saturday at 3:30 right here on fox. you can also watch the world series here on fox game two of that coverage starts tonight at 7:30. dawn nel pumpfrey was looking the par in the eagles afternoon after his boys in blue took game one. >> hmm. what's your prediction. >> for game two. >> yup. >> we'll see what happens. it's going to be some good pitching again tonight. >> all right. two hours 18 minutes. >> instead of two hours 20. >> that will do it for us tonight at 6:00. page six followed by dish nation at seven. 7:30 coverage of the world series game two from la. iain page and i and kristen and kathy will see you back here after the game. >> i'll be here. >> have a great night and thanks for watching.
steve sweeney's negative headlines keep piling up. why are south jerseyans so angry at sweeney? sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own. steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
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.
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