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strike. >> more on when service also resume. we hearing from governor chris christie about some of the critisisms he's facing, interview with cbs this morning charlie rose, we'll be right b
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breaking news, an update on the septa strike agreement.
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let's listen live. >> it all depend, probably the broad street and the el will come out pretty soon. and then we try to put out some of the heavier bus routes first. and then progresses on, as the day goes on. >> what would you say you were able to come to an agreement on? sticking points, for instance, anything help with that, and, you know, where you were able to get -- >> okay it, looks like septa chairman speaking right now, next to him is dwight evans t appears after a week long strike, septa and it twu aoun advance reached attentive agreement. right in the nick of time, just before reelection day tomorrow, of course, so many people have been waiting for this week to get to work, because to get to school. really promising good news this morning. >> exactly, hearing will take most of the day to resume, to
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up full service, hearing that service today will be hit or miss, and they'll be activating routes over the course of the day, so be aware of. that will good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. it is 5:30, here's what you need to know today in your morning minute. >> septa and the transit workers union have reached attentive deal to end the week-long strike. >> we don't know the terms of the deal at this point. we are told that it will become official once septa management as well as union officials sign that deal. >> we're now just one day away from election day. >> you have to vote. don't leave it to chance. >> hillary clinton will be back in philadelphia this evening, donald trump is stomping in scranton late this afternoon. >> former u.s. attorney general, janet reno, has reportedly died at the age of 78. reno died early this morning, of complications of parkinson's disease. >> the walls were shaking, the ceiling is moving. >> earthquake rattled oval hoch a, magnitude five quake
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rumbled, near one of the world's key oil hubs. to the end zone. incomplete. jordan matthews. >> got a lot of work to do. atlanta coming in next week, so they need -- they got a lot of work to do. >> well, the eagles have a loot of work to do, but fortunately the folks at septa have hammered out an agreement with the transit workers union, and katie doesn't have any work to do because she's got a great forecast, i looked at the maps. >> yes, really is looking very spectacular in the next couple of days, nice warm up comes in time for election day no less, so very, very, pleasant, generally speaking, always few hiccups when it comes to mother nature, overall very quiet weather here in the delaware vale, for now, yes, chilly outside. but it is trans will. we take a look at the frost advisories currently posted through delco, new castle county, don't expect those are the only two that will see frost or freeze. keep it in minds, could you see pretty much anywhere here,
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but already had your first freeze of the season, so, they stop issuing advisories after that point. storm scan3 quiet as can be. barely cloud out there. hint after breeze certainly on the skydeck, reflected in the north 12 miles per hour winds showing up at philadelphia international airport. but, it is more than anything just a calm and chilly and clear start to the day. as the hours progress, we do expect to eventually rebounds into the up ear's, so, full sunshine, nice november day. but, coming up i promise you a spike for you're election day forecast, look at this, sunny, mild, 66 degrees, virtually no excuse here weather wise, not to get out and vote. but coming up we do have wet weather in the forecast, and i'll let you know when you need to expect it coming up. meisha? >> katie, thank you so much f you are just waking up with us it, sounds like the septa workers have reached a deal. so what we're hearing right now, in the traffic department, is this: city buses, subways, trolley services they'll be phased back in today. the first services return within four to six hours. full service should be
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restored by the start of service tomorrow morning. so, we will be continuing with everything that we get into the traffic department as we progress through the morning, but so far, this is what we are hearing, on our end right now. great news for you. all of you at home, which is many of you that have been waiting for. >> this so regional rails right now, how much, we are business as usual. we are already dealing this morning, monday morning delays. so thorndale, trenton train, 9701, bowling with 60 minute delays so far. rahel, jim, back to you. >> all right, meisha, thank you. again, good news for philadelphia commuters this morning. >> the week long septa strike is over. "eyewitness news" reporter tran dough is live at the union headquarters in northern liberties. good morning, frank. >> reporter: well, good morning, jim, rahel there. press conference is going on right in this room as we speak, as septa, as well as union officials confirm that they have reached a deal. we don't know all of the details of the deet real now. but we do know it is for five years. so, you should avoid this kind
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of a headache for at least another five years. but we are also hearing that commute ers as soon as this afternoon, for the evening commute, could be able to pick up some trains and buses, trolleys, but, that service will slowly roll out and will eventually be back to full service by tomorrow. again, they are saying, that the market frankford el as well as the broad street line will be the first to kind of get back on line. i'm hearing at this point that workers are out and about now, this morning, stations, getting them ready for commuters. so this excellent news, again, if you are getting ready to go to work today, you'll have to wait and continue to use the alternate modes of transportation, but to get yourself to work, but when you get home, there is a possibility that you will be able to take public transit home. they are saying that at this point it is pretty much just pretty random where this service will start up again, and you just pretty much have to go and check and go to your
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station. but for today, you should use those at mat modes of transportation, tomorrow morning, to see fully different story with services operational. but, guys, we will continue to jump back into this press conference, and bring you any new information we get, just as soon as we k oh, and before we let you go, we do want to share some of that press conference with you. this is septa chairman, pat. >> we are please in the morning to announce attentive agreement with cwu local 234. this will ends the strike, and in the city city and septa the y transit division certainly will phase back in today. we believe this agreement is for all of our employees, customers, taxpayers, we know that the strike has caused disruption for thousand of our riders, we thank customers for their patience, look forward to getting full service back to them as soon as possible. >> and this this room, both sides, looking very happy, smiling, at the table with
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each other. so we feel both sides can agree on it, also, relief for commuters, comes this afternoon, and, tomorrow morning, but for now, live from northern liberties, trang do, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> relief indeed, frank, thank you. >> only one day left in campaign 2016. >> hillary clinton and donald trump make their final case to voters, as the candidate crisscross the country fbi director comey sent another letter to congress, did not final anything new to warrant clinton of her use of private e-mail server. did not mention it, but trauma criticize dollars claiming his rival was being protected by a rigged system. clinton caps off her campaign with l i at independence mall, gates will open at 4:00 p.m. the event begins at 73 clinton family will be there along with the president and first lady. bruce springsteen, and jon bon jovi are scheduled to perform. and the "eyewitness news" team has bases covered election night, heading to new
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york to be with the presidential cans day, and out dayton the battle to the u.s. senate seat in pennsylvania, along with local races in the tri-state area. >> follow us tomorrow night, on the air, and on line at cbsphilly.com. new jersey governor chris christie is talking about bridgegate for the first time since the guilty verdict, and only to cbs news, last friday, two of his former allies were convicted in a plot to create traffic jam on the george washington bridge, and we're prosecutors say was political revenge. cbs this morning, charlie rose, asked the governor about the activation that he knew about the plot, once again, christie denied it. >> the fact is that if people, if the media, and others, have relentless for three years, can you not defends, because you are in the middle of cooperating a with a judicial process, cannot, then, if there is only one line of information that people will be to believe a lot of information they're being give glen more of governor christie's interview will air
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on cbs this morning, that's coming up at 7:00 of course right here on cbs-3. >> more on the deal to ends the septa strike just ahead. plus, theater has new look as it get ready to reopen, one year after the deadly terror attack. we'll tell you who will be performing this weekend. >> we move the clocks back, the weather will be getting colder, and i'll have your fall checklist, to get ready for winter. stick around, we'll be right back. this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere
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>> don't get me wrong, i would say walking out the door, nothing more than a very slight breeze, we will see some minor evan flow on the thermometer the next couple of days, but already, see at least the beginning of the light of day off in the distance, whereas, same time last week, yes, we had to turn the clocks back, now at least earlier sunrise, keep in mind, that could throw you offer when it comes to your morning drive. if you're so used to driving in under pure darkness, that changes as of today, now that the sun's coming up little earlier. do keep that in mindment generally speaking look ahead to quiet weather, weather watchers reporting chill in the air, but at least quiet weather, a cents well, do have handful of 20's showing up through the outlying suburbs north and west, and chester county, 29 degrees coming in this morning, out in whom ingham.
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sent this observation, last hour or so, nice clear sky for him. couple of smooths are a tad milder, for example, 40 degrees from dave bradley this morning, he too finding nothing but clear skies, and south of the city, and one more for you, let's take you into see here go into one of the 33 readings, 36, from sandra this morning, again, nice clear skies. so that's the theme of the forecast. we could really use the rain at this point. we are still looking at some very dry conditions, now deficit, continues to grow obviously, any time we have it come in, we haven't seen a lot of moisture from it, so, as a result, we really could use the rain, tan does not appear at this point like we will see any large systems to help chip away at the deficit. high pressure in place for now. it stays in place tomorrow and bridges some really nice weather for election day, that said, look at this, 66 in the sunshine, so no weather-related excuses not to get out to vote obviously. see cold front come through on wednesday, limits the temperature to nothing better than up ear's, and there will
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be shower or two that comes along with, that again, no major weather system, tranquil forecast, calling all teachers, listen up, we want you to join the cbs weather team tuesday december 6, from 9:30 to 1:00 p.m. we are going to be there sharing ideas to how you can incorporate wet near your classrooms, and also, become extension of our team. you can sign up now at cbsphilly.com/weather fest. it will be a great workshop. >> great news. if you are just waking up with us, good morning, happy monday. take a look at this. septa strike has ended. now, couple of things that go along with, that i want to pull your attention to this, septa, city subway, subway, trolley service, faced back in today. a.m. computer, won't pertain to you, you will still have to use alternate means of
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transportation, will be phased back in little later. it will be over the next four, six hours. so just heads up on that. for those of you just waking up, great news, but we still have to use alternate means through our a.m. rush. full service, hopefully restored by the start of service, full service tomorrow morning. i'm so happy for all of you. regional rails, however, pull your attention to this, talking about this all morning long, still dealing with delays, paoli thorndale, trenton train 9701, 16 minute delays. and also, heads up on this. rally at independence mall, 7:30 tonight. because of that, take a look particulars i'll be tweeting this out as well, closures starting 10:00 a.m., closure of market between fourth and seventh, fifth between arch and market, sixth between arch and chestnut. so this will absolutely slow us down starting at around 10:00 a.m. and then, pretty much, throughout the day, until after the rally is ended. so just heads up like i said tweeting out that information as well. disable vehicle outside, talking about traffic right
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now, northeast, at any sean, mid-county, now since cleared. won't be hung up anywhere there. also keeping my eye on the vine. so because septa like we were just talking about 46 hours, it is going to take and start phasing all of that back in, still dealing with a.m. rush, some major slow downs. we will be seeing that on the vine, right now, the vine certainly starting to heat up. eastbound, westbound, take a look at 95 south at cottman already. really starting to heat up. just heads up on that. jim, rahel, back to you. >> thank you, meisha s your home ready for the went nerve this week's angie list. >> reporter: of some things that should be on your fall checklist before the cold weather sets in. >> as daylight dwindles, and the temperatures drop, it is time for little fall maintenance. like checking urines lakes. if you can see the wood beams in your attic it is time to add more. another key to keeping cold out, is finding out how it is getting in. >> the first line of cold is a great time to check the seals around your windows and doors, and then easy do it yourself way to do that take a candle around, in front of the windows lit, and if it
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flickers then you probably have a draft that needs attention. >> caulking cracks as an easy task for the right tools. don't go cheap on it, because then it continues to spread the cake, don't go the real cheap cake, get one that works well. also time to get your chimney checked and swept. service your furnace, change the felt err. doesn't forget the water heater. >> many homeowners don't hit about their water heater until it goes out. but there is simple maintenance you can do that can really increase the efficiency of your water heater. simply draining once a year, you can increase its efficiency by 50%. well, fall is off to good time for roof inspection, finding and repairing any minor damage, could save you big bucks after a long harsh winter. rahel? >> jim, this morning, learning that sting will perform at the re-opening of the baraclan, islamic state militants opened
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fire. performance almost year to the day after the attacks. proceeds from the concert will be donated to organizations that provide support to the victims of the attacks and their families. >> who is ready for a parade? >> up next, we will show you preparations for new york city thanksgiving day parade. we will be right back.
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> welcome back everyone. the huge balloons that glide through manhattan on thanksgiving are not easy to control. and i can tell you this based on experience, because i was a woody woodpecker balloon handler in the thanksgiving day parade. >> the things you learn. >> i know? >> well, hundreds of balloon handlers, jim, are trained to make sure the holiday parade is a suck he is. correspondent wendy gillette takes us to dress rehearsal held in new york city this weekend. >> it takes military-like precision. >> you guys, take three steps forward. >> and hundreds of entheusiastic volunteers to fly the giant balloons that are the centerpieces of the macy's thanksgiving day parade. >> come on, we're moving, moving. >> michael, now serves as pilot, after ten years of volunteering. supervising those assigned to the back of the new diary of
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the wimpy kid balloon. >> what i want you to do, to lift us. >> this year, giving orders to those close toss him, his daughter jillian, and three sons, will fly in from california for the parade. >> hey, watch that obstacle. >> you don't necessarily want to be the one to instruct them, yell at them, or tell them no you can't do. >> this so this will be a challenge for glee more teams of volunteers were challenged when two other new giant balloons, charlie brown, and the trolls. and two smaller balloons, felix the cat, the parade's first character balloon in 1927, and tricks i, modelled after the parade director. >> what we've done developed accordian legs. we've never had accordian legs in the parade before. >> as many as 70 handlers assigned to each balloon. app holds a line that could be wound up or down to keep the balloon steady, and the crowd safe. it is not easy learning the ropes. >> keep it at your waist. >> but they're hooked. >> what's it like? >> pretty amazing, definitely different than what i thought.
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it is awesome. >> and they hope this will be even more awesome come thanksgiving day. wendy gillette, cbs news, new york. >> that's interesting. we got five minutes of training in. there was man with a big knife that if we got caught in the tree limbs they bo just hack it away. yes, big michetti, yes. that was our instruct if the man with the knife comes to you, just duck your head. i'm telling you. coming up, an update on our great breaking news, if you are just waking up, the septa strike is over. >> and we have coverage of the agreement just reached. when when it means service will resume. we will be right
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my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message. >> the news the sit of philadelphia has been waiting for, liver, when buses, trolleys, subways will resume service. don't leave it to chance. don't leave it to others. use your voice and your vote. >> this is a marathon today. we're not playing games. right? >> the last day that far marathon for donald trump and hillary clinton's campaign before voters head to the polls tomorrow. and they'll both be in pennsylvania today. live with the final push on
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the road to the white house. >> and we've just learned this morning, that janet reno has died, the first female u.s. attorney general, passed away from complications of parkinson's disease. >> today's monday, november the seventh, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. very busy news day. meisha, katie, joining us now, and katie, good news in your department. >> absolutely. >> the good news for you. >> good news. >> great news, you guys, now, we just have to get to this morning rush. already, we're seeing, it is going to be kind of phase in the over the next four, six hours, already multiple accident on the roadways, we get to that in just a secretary. just getting through this morning. >> what's good, at least end in site. >> light at the under of the tub. >> i yes, finally get better for us, end of the septa tunnel, right? storm scan, quiet as can be. looks like very tranquil weather yet again today. cool but tranquil. and we do have frost advisory posted specifically in delco, and new castle counties, in northern delaware there. so, expect that you might see some frost, doesn't mean that those are the only counties

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