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developing at 11:00, septa fires off angry statement at striking union workers. what the head of the agency is you wering at this hour. pology out all the stops, milania trump is doing something she's hasn't done and it's happening in our region. >> i'm a professional athlete. what professional athlete don't have a gun >> reactions continues to pour in after josh huff speaks out about his arrest. but we begin with the septa strike, the agency is firing back as day three of the transit storage whoms. good evening, i'm ukee washington >> i'm jessica dean. let's go right to "eyewitness news" skrov who's live in center city with brand new information on this the statement that just came out minutes ago. alex? >> reporter: yeah, jessica, this statement came out just minutes ago. septa's board chairman pretty much says this strike should have been a last resort option. something that needs to be met with urgenty.
he goes on to imply that the union has not been acting in good faith during the process, saying that septa made multiple extensive comprises to meet the demands of the union and all of those comprises have been turned down. >> to a new yorker this may look like status quo. officers directing traffic, rush hour standstills, but for philadelphians >> it is horrible. >> reporter: this is day two of septa workers on strike. >> i'm just used to taking one way to work and one way back home, now i have to be figuring out how to get home and pay ubers and ubers went up on their prices because they know we have no other alternatives. >> reporter: after failing to meet a the contract agreement by monday, septa and the transit unions have been toughing it through negotiations suspending bus subway and trolley services
in the process. regional rail has been operating with interre intermittent day they >> they have their on transportation and the people that have no impact on a decision. we're being stuck. >> i'm riding in this traffic back and forth >> bob brady along with other elected officials sat in on talks between septa and union heads saying rest hours and pensions are still the top issues in dispute while officials are talking, many city residents are walking. driving or utilizing suddenly crowded bike lanes. >> people who are clearly dusting off their bikes. it's really interesting to handle. >> reporter: these discussions, these negotiations which we now know are getting quite fiery are continuing right now. we have been told that elected officials have reached out to the governor and to the mayor to see if any additional funding could be made available to help push this process along. we've also been told that is not
possible right now. reporting live in center city, alexandria hoff cbs3 "eyewitness news" >> thank you. >> commuters across the region have found a variety of ways to cope with the ongoing strike. one man even wrote a song. ♪ ♪ it's gone viral. still ahead the search for the silver lining. nicole brewer talks to people how they're not letting the strike stress them out and entertaining on all of this coming up. to an explanation that has people raising their eyebrows. >> wide receiver josh huff is telling why he was pulled over way gun on the walt whitman bridge and sports director don bell joins us with the explanation that has a lot of folks talking tonight >> we'll be talking about this probably until game time sunday. normally, when a player talks to the media after getting in trouble. the answers and comments are reserved and revealed very little. the guy's agent or attorney will coach him up.
that didn't sound like the case today with josh huff. >> i know that my actions come with consequences. i understand that. i own up to it. >> speaking to a group of media members in front of his locker, josh huff talked candidly about his arrest >> i made terrible decision. i can't get into details about anything. i'm already apologized to my team mates and to mr. lurie and the entire eagles organizations about my actions >> the documents clearly outline details of his arrest. huff was asking why he was carrying a gun in the first place >> i'm a professional athlete. what professional athlete don't have a gun? i have a wife and son at home. my job is to protect them at all costs. my job is to protect myself as well >> huff says he has a permit to carry in texas but in well versed in the laws in new jersey >> i know about the new jersey laws but i didn't know a lot about them. i didn't know enough about them. >> reporter: huff's arrest is a third for an eagles over the last several months.
the latest incident has fans parentsly weighing in as our sister station 94 wip >> the guy is from texas and he didn't know the laws >> the eagles chosen not to discipline huff. they're waiting on the legal process to play out. a big-time mistake if you ask nighttime radio host brian >> i think he should have been suspended for this weekend with the giants game. otherwise, i don't know if the team knows where the line is. you were talking about there's a couple other members of the team that got some things coming up. i think it was great opportunity to put a message out to the team and the fan base for that matter, and they didn't do it >> do all pro athletes carry guns as josh huff said? what are his team mates and coaches saying coming up in sports, we'll have reaction on this developing story. >> we'll see you in a little bit. >> thank you, don. a montgomery county judge is considering a request by bill cosby's lawyers to dismiss
sexual assault charges. they asked the judge to dismiss the state's prior bad acts motion which could allow 13 women to testify as witnesses against cosby. prosecutors say the women show a pattern of assault by cosby but the defense argues their allegations are inaccurate decades old and simply untrue in campaign 16, hillary clinton and donald trump are battling to get out the vote in pennsylvania. and tomorrow in chester county, milania trump will do something in pennsylvania she has not done since the republican convention. david spunt shows us what the candidates are doing tonight to turn out supporters. >> reporter: six days to go and the battle of the surrogates spilled out on to the streets of philadelphia. actress an hathaway for hillary clinton >> i'm here to do what i can to get out the vote and i hope people do vote for hillary >> and donald trump daughter tiffany. he's currently leading in the battleground state of pennsylvania. but he spoke tonight in nevada
where trump is leading >> what would it be like to have that person in the most powerful office in the world oh. >> reporter: wikileaks released e-mails releasing a senior justice department official gave clinton's campaign chairman a heads up about developments relating to the clinton e-mail investigation. trump met with voters in florida today where the race is virtualy tied >> if hillary clinton were to be elected it would create an unprecedented and protracted constitutional crisis. >> reporter: trump team is making a strong push for pennsylvania with milania giving her first campaign speech since the convention on thursday in berwyn chester county. he'll highlight a more personalize side of her husband >> she's too afraid to show her face >> los angeles base attorney lisa bloom plans to call trump personal side into question.
she was ready to introduce a woman who claimed trumped raped her at 13. the woman backed out at the last minute >> she's received numerous threats today as have all the trump accusers that i have represented. >> reporter: i reached out to the trump campaign about the allegation. i still have not heard back. in addition to milania trump tomorrow, donald trump will speak in hershey friday. hillary clinton will be in philadelphia saturday and sources tell me likely for a rally monday night on independence mall. reporting live tonight, david spunt cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> thank you so much. six days and counting, election day less than a week away and you can count on "eyewitness news" news for continuing coverage of these final days of campaign 16. an iowa man is in custody tonight in the deaths of two police officers shot as they to sat in their patrol cars. the manhunt for scott green ended quietly along a rural road when he gave himself to an employee of the state department of natural resources. green is accused of fatally shooting two police officers,
the first after 1:00 a.m. in green's home town. the second 20 minutes later and two miles away in des moines. after being taken into custody, green was taken to the hospital for medical treatment, possibly for seizures. a multi--day antiviolence operation in west philadelphia results in dozens of arrests. this is police video of some of that operation which focused on the 16th district. there were 64 arrests mostly for drug sales. some violent crimes. officers also confiscated about $30,000 worth of drugs, guns and cash. local law enforcement is earning praise tonight for saving a suicidal man who jumped into delaware river. they responded to the river's edge in xamd. a man jumped into the river upon seeing them and headed to deeper water. the sheriff's officers swam out and talked to him. a few camden county metro police officers arrived. they also jumped in. >> once they were out, we were
able to each grab a part of his body, leg arm and the back of his shirt, and start swimming him back in and we were able to bring him up on shore where medical personnel were waiting. >> the man who jumped was taken to cooper university hospital and is expected to recover. another incredible rescue, this one caught on cell phone video. >> straight ahead at 11:00 see what happens after a local police officer came to the animal's aid. a new way to play. the casino banking on skill base games. who they're trying to attract and why atlantic city is the only place in the world we'll find it. kate? . this front both bringing the warmth and putting an end to it tomorrow as the showers and storms approach. i'll tell you when the showers come through and a what to expect. you'll need the coats again. stress over the septa strike, nicole brewer with a clever way come commuters are coping.
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update for you on the septa strike, a live picture outside the sheridan in center city where negotiations on a new contract continue. some progress has been made but as of now, still no deal. if we learn anything new during the broadcast, we'll, of course, bring it to you and you can get the latest developments any time at cbsphilly.com >> it just so happens today is national stress awareness today and for the septa strike it's adding pressure >> how is philly coping and are there hidden benefits >> it's just too soon to make light of the septa strike and believe me, having been stuck in traffic most of the night while attempting to shoot this story, i certainly understand that. i did find it is possible to make the most of this frustrating situation >> we're dealing with a lot because of day two >> the ton of volume out there on delaware valley road >> late for work, getting home >> trying to figure out how to get where you're going
>> this will be a very busy commute. traffic was horrible. >> it's the strike that has a lot stressed out. in a word it's inconvenient >> annoying >> sentiments also found on social media where #septa strike turns up plenty of tweets. >> they literally are so rude, everyone is beeping. >> reporter: while the traffic may be heavy, some are taking a lighter approach. that's damian of southwest philadelphia who septa strike job rules of 2000 hit living it up has gone viral. >> clever. >> a philly video that made a smile and inspired the search for a silver lining, >> you tell me >> from commiserating with colleagues >> we all complain together >> you're affected by the
strike? yeah >> car pool karaoke. >> we have two acts we sing aladdin and sonny and cher. >> let me share this whole new world. >> reporter: a legitimate reason to order another around >> happy hour helps 100%. >> another bright spot for a lot of the people. this forecast, if you have to walk a little bit more than you generally like to, it's nice to do it in 70 degree weather >> >> imagine if it was snowing or rain, a cold rain. we'll be back. >> don't even think it. gamblers in atlantic city have a new way to play with a debut of interactive gambling machines at harrah's casino. you have 45 seconds to shoot the bad guys to win money. the target market is millennials. casino executives say this has shown a willingness to visit the casinos for the bars and clubs,
they're not very interested in slot machines >> i think the slot manufacturers realize there's a need to evolve to something that's more exciting and skill faced for this younger audience that's coming of age. >> one gambler we spoke to says the game is similar to video games like halo and call of duty. caught on camera, a mercer county police officer helps out a deer in need >> you see the deer got its hind legs caught on a fence. an officer came to the rescue freeing the deer from its predicament. it ran away and has not been seen. hopefully it is safe. more than ten people worked for three hours to rescue a wild pan dra trapped along a river in china. workers first noticed him on surveillance video and after a series of rescue efforts, the panda became anxious and unpredictable. they used a tranquilizer gun,
that was released back into nature. nicole brewer was just here talking about 70 degrees and tomorrow you're saying we could get close to a record. >> could get close to 80. if you have to be out walking around. the weather is cooperating. you're going to dodge a couple of rain drops something to keep in mind. you may want to grab the umbrella as you head out. temperatures in the 70's might not have you thinking about the holidays but this is the perfect weather to string's of christmas lights. crews were out in philadelphia's beautiful franklin square getting the annual holiday display ready. it's called the electrical speck cal and kicks off on november 10th: this was great weather to get outside and start early so you're not out in rain and ice and snow. today was a beautiful day. middle township high school cape may courthouse looked good.
58 degrees there right now. which is still mild for the time of year. stormscan 3 shows our next front. this front is bringing the heat and taking it away. giving and it's taking it right back. we've got showers and storms rumbling across the great lakes. what's happening is ahead of this front we get a southwest flow helping temperatures ramp up. the front comes through and and behind it as early as this time tomorrow. you're going to start to feel this cold air, this line of showers denotes the boundary between summer like warmth and fall-like chill and the chill will be back. let's enjoy this. here's a recap of highs. look at wilmington 75. 73 in atlantic city. even warmer just off to the west. where we saw upper 70's in washington, dc, pittsburgh and cleveland. charleston west virginia at 82. clear skies through the overnight hours, start tomorrow with perhaps fog then tomorrow afternoon, here's 4:00 p.m. this line of showers starts to move
on through. the clouds increase as well and that should put a halt on rising temperatures, we fall just shy of the record of 80 tomorrow. but by 6:00, 7:00, the showers move out. skies clear by tomorrow and you'll start to feel the chill quickly. if you work eveningings when you go into work maybe 1:00, 2:00, it's going to be very warm. you're going to feel the wind pick up and it's going to be much colder. a few scattered showers, maybe a rumble of thunder thanks to the increased heat. timing about 2:00 and 6:00 p.m. not much. many spots may not even see the rain, otherwise we pick up about a 10th to quarter inch. cooler air moves back in for friday. watch what happens early next week, the jet stream lifts and we can see temperatures surge well back into the 60's. pretty comfy conditions on the way next week. overnight, very warm, 60, your low, tomorrow speaking of very warm, 2 degrees from the record
78 watch for those scattered afternoon showers, possibly a thunder storm. low 60's is where we should be, friday is a seasonal day, the weekend on the cool side of normal but still pretty normal for november and it's dry, upper 50's, make sure you set those clocks back saturday night the end of daylight savings time is upon us. election day tuesday looks great. 62 sunshine, no weather-related excuses for you to not get out and vote >> on the cool, side of normal. sounds like a book. >> i kind of like it. >> why not? >> don, you're back. >> yes, recapping one of our top stories, josh huff's team mates have a lot to say, and doug pederson explains his approach. the sixers look for their first win of the season and the flyers
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packet of heroin can be cheaper than a six-pack of beer and prescription painkillers are too easy to get. as the head of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i've helped local communities fund drug treatment programs to save our kids. i'm josh shapiro, and as attorney general, i'll crack down on the drug dealers and stop the overprescribing of opioid painkillers. i'm proud to be endorsed by law enforcement organizations representing 14,000 police officers. this is a fight we can't afford to lose.
. you heard from josh huff, the eagles arrested and charged with possession of a gun and marijuana. let's hear from headcoach doug pederson who decided to suspend him >> my job too sometimes is to be that father figure for some players and understanding their history and you know, where they've come from and how they grew up. it may not be how i grew up as a child or adolescent or teen. but at the same time, i'm going to wrap my arm around him and love on him and try to show him the right direction. >> josh huff says all pro athletes carry guns, that comment will be sliced and diced by fan, media members and players look like. zach ertz was asked about it
>> i personally don't have one. i don't think i need one where i live. i can't speak about where he lives right now or where he's grown up and the circumstances he's had growing up. i'm not going to judge anyone for what they decide to do as it pertains to a gun >> the sixers on the road now, a scheduled rest night for joel embiid. he didn't make the trip to charlotte. we pick it up in the first game for new sixers erson, he's part of that jeremy grant trade. get act mated quite nicely finish 14 points. jahlil folk for going one-on-one. ok for had 12 points, schuylkill rivers losing the lead gave up 39 points in the third quarter. nicholas patoom from beyond the arc he had 26 falling 109-93, 0
and four on the season, flyers at home against detroit. we go straight to the third period. that's right, fast forward to the third, score tied at two, scoring for the red wings, fly guys down 3-2. one minute left in regulation, they need a play, a goal. mark straight coming up clutch. game tied at three and we have overtime. that's where we have yaka, vorachek. game winning shot for the flyers, the assist from claude giroux.
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>> the late show was taped earlier so we don't know who won the world series. for that reason we have two messages. is there congratulations, cleveland. you played great ball. your city should be proud. this is the kind of triumphant win that makes us briefly forget your mascot. i also want to say congratulations to this goat. as you know in the owner cursed the chicago cubs because they kicked his goat out of gaiment. apparently the curse worked really well. goat, your power is undeniable, and we stand in awe of your black magic. all hail evil goat! wooo! way to go c.