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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 exclusively to see frost or
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freeze this morning, everybody else is at leasows seem tonight that. 40 degrees currently at the airport, very modest wind out of the north at the moment. cold start up in mount pocono. well under the freezing mark there. but you can expect that eventually, the sun is going to do its part to help at least warms things up, moderate temperatures somewhat. it is a chilly afternoon, though, all things considered. pleasant granted when full sunshine, but we only hit the up ear's at best here today. sort of running through the school day, as the kids are out on the ride to school, heavy coats required, my friends, upped full sunshine, might want to think about having baseball cap or pair of sunglasses to go with that, but, the ride home only hit the up ear's here, too, so it is a chilly day. but it is a sunny day. and it looks as though we are in fact going to see some modest rebounds on the thermometer in time for election day here too. classic baby roller coaster ride effect here, eventually though down the road here, much cooler conditions hit our forecast, into the upcoming weekends, i'll let you know how low the temperatures drop later in the show. meisha? >> thank you so much.
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good morning, everyone, happy monday. you can see, the cameras kind of coming in and out. just kind of hard to see. but show you this. it is a back up shot of an accident that's happening right now on interstate 95. pushing southbound direction before girard. so kind of weird camera. but i want to let you know it is really starting to heat up on interstate 95 pushing in the southbound direction, just take a look at how many vehicles are already out there. and going to be dealing with this through the morning rush. and we all know that septa for the most part just waking up with us you might not know great news, septa workers have now joined, and we have reached a deal. so the septa strike is over. so, in terms of all of the regional rails, what have you, that's going to be fate dollars out over the next four, six hours, so we still have to get you to the a.m. rush. it is looking bulls i out there. so another heads up, eastbound direction, ben franklin parkway moving toward the schuylkill basically anywhere on the vine looking busy right now, so going back to what we were talking about the good news, city buses, subways, trolley services will be as i said phased back in today.
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first services return within the next four to six hours, so again, we will have to get through today's morning rush. full service restored by the end of the day today and tomorrow. >> this monday is off to great start for thousands of commuters. >> septa has announced it has struck deal with it workers ending the week long strike. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do live at the union headquarters in northern liberties with good news, and both sides just spoke, frank, good morning. >> good morning, rahel, jim. that's right, both sides just held press conference here at the union hall. so to announce that they have struck a deal. now, they are not discussing the details of the deal just yet, but we do know it is a five year deal. all parties are saying that it is fair to all. go straight to reaction from officials at the table. take listen. >> we are please in the morning to announce the tentative agreement with cw local 234. this will end the strike in the city and septa the city transit division certainly will be phased back in today.
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>> everybody new there was election day. but we were reassured that it would be a little bit of inconvenience, but we weren't that concerned, and i knew they would keep talking and i always said as long as they're talking and they were talking, there was never walk out, as long as they're talking there was always a chance to get something done. and it was just right. and the right is right now. >> and that was congressman bob brady who tells me he was very concerned that this strike could affect election turn out. so he's very pleased with this deal. now the strike lasted seven days, both septa and the union had been preparing for a court hearing this morning, again, after septa had filed an injunction to end the strike. the city of philadelphia also filed its own injunction to end the strike for just election day so people could make it through the polls. most importantly, commuters this evening, could see some of their services back, particularly, the market frankford line as well as the broad street line. buses will take little longer
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to get back in service. but, septa's chairman says that by tomorrow morning, septa should be back to normal. what we're hearing now, work remembers already out. they're opening up stations again, preparing again to get back to work. but for now, live from union headquarters, i'm drank dough, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". thanks, frank. great news indeed. passengers are thrilled to hear the new deal of the tentative agreement. >> we spoke with several commuters short time ago. >> i'm glad, it is saving me money, because it is costing me more to get to work. and i'm going to work later now, so losing money all the way around. losing money all the way around. >> about time, man. they shouldn't have been allowed to strike in the first place. something that gets state funding so they shouldn't have been allowed to go on strike, but they did, short strike, thank goodness, and hopefully everything gets back to normal fast. >> i'm happy, happy, because i've been catching this train, and really been, i mean, it is well organized down here, but it has really been hectic for me, because i am get to go
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work like hour, hour and a javier year -- earlier. >> i think like she said a lot of people are happy this morning. we will continue to have continuing coverage of the end of the septa strike, all morning, on air, and on line at and on the cbs local app. >> meanwhile other big news today, one day left in campaign 2016. hillary clinton and donald trump are working furiously to reach voters in pennsylvania, and several other key states. >> clinton received good news about the fbi's e-mail investigation. but trump continues to target what was in those emails. craig boswell live in washington. craig, good morning. >> reporter: jim, rahel, good morning. just few hours ago that donald trump wrapped up a rally in virginia, just outside of washington, d.c., where we are right now. both of these capped dates, not ways ago minute of time in the final hours of the campaign. and as you mention, fbi letter to congress getting a lot of reaction, three paragraphs, clearing hillary clinton once again. >> donald trump capped a five state campaign push in virginia overnight.
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against the fbi's decision to, exonerate hillary clinton over her e-mail controversy. >> this is a rigged system. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. >> after reviewing thousands of newly discovered clinton emails, fbi director james comey pinned another letter to congress sunday revealing investigators are standing by their july decision not to bring charges against the democratic nominee. >> we're glad that this mat is her resolved. >> clinton did not mention the fbi development, as she rallied support in pennsylvania, ohio, and new hampshire, with the help of labron james, and james taylor. >> i really believe that america's best years are still ahead of us. >> clinton's e-mail saga has haunted her throughout the entire campaign. despite the fbi's final decision, to issue continues to be a source of debate on capitol hill. in a statement, sunday night, house speaker paul ryan used the topic to encourage americans to vote for trump,
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saying, clinton simply believes she's above the law, and always plays by her own rules. senate minority leader harry reid once again accused director comey breaking the law for peng the original letter, quote, political dollars fire storm 11 days before presidential election merely confirm what we already new. that secretary clinton e's mail practices were legal. voters would get their final say tomorrow, when they head to the polls on election day. in addition to a day full of rallies, from florida to pennsylvania to new hampshire, both candidates have hot beds national newspapers and there will be a final flurry of television ads across the nation. guys, back to you. >> we've already seen some of those. >> indeed. thanks so much. and clinton's independence mall rally at clock 30 tonight. the gates open at 4:00. the clinton family will be there along with president obama and the first lady.
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bruce springsteen and jon bon jovi set to perform. >> possible terror attack on us soil, law enforcement official tells cbs news investigators looking for individuals who may have information about pre-election al quaida threats. intelligence points to attacks into new york, virginia, and texas. also, new this morning, janet reno has died, the first woman to serve as attorney general, died from complications of parkinson's disease. reno was in the center of several political storms, during the clinton administration, including the seizure of ill yan gonzalez, boy take friend his florida relatives so he could be returned to his father in cuba. janet reno was 78. >> authorities say a woman was critically hurt during a pumpkin chunking contest in delaware, happened yesterday afternoon in sussex county, about 40 miles south of dover. delaware state police tell us, a cannon used to launch pumpkins into the air exploded, and one of the pieces hit the woman in the head. now, at last check, the woman still in the hospital. a man was also hurt when he
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was hit by debris, but he is expected to be okay. well, a possible serial killer in south carolina the man accused of kidnapping a woman and keeping her chained up inside a storage box could be linked to seven murders. find out what police just found on his property, coming up. but first, a powerful earthquake, rattled central oklahoma, we'll take a look at the damage. >> and disappointment in the meadowlands, eagles are now in last place. after yesterday's lost to the giants. hear from carson wentz, that's coming up. i miss my daughter every day. she was shot and killed in a movie theater. jessi's murderer used an assault weapon with a high capacity gun clip. these clips allow killers to keep shooting and shooting.
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and republican brian fitzpatrick supported trump. look, we just can't vote for fitzpatrick or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> septa strike pending, attentive agreement reached overnight, service also gradually be restored throughout the day. the strike lasted seven days,
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even though who don't use septa by adding cars, and traffic on the roads. we'll have more on the agreement in a live report at 6:30. utah community mourning the loss of police officer killed while trying to stop a stolen car. take a look. twenty-five year old cody brotherson was trying to lay down spikes strips outside salt lake city early yesterday morning, when the stolen car hit him. >> police eventually stopped the car, and arrested three suspect. brotherson the first officer killed in the line of duty, in his apartment 36 years. >> oklahoma, checking for damage after magnitude five earthquake. last night's tremor happened near cushing, one the key oiled hubs, about an hour northeast of oklahoma city. the quake was powerful enough to damage buildings and downtown cushing, and rattle surrounding states. falling debris fell near some of the commercial buildings. >> i -- i just felt i was taking my aunt went and grabbed my cousin, woe ran outside, and it was just --
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then the after shake were crazy, just like -- >> now, few people suffered minor injuries, oklahoma has had thousands of earthquakes in recent years, nearly all of them are trails dollars to the underground injection of waste water left over from oil gas production. >> back here at home? >> no rocking and rolling, yep, little chilly in the air. >> we will see little roller coaster ride. but we are at least expecting quiet weather generally speaking, outside we go, live neighborhood network, sun isn't officially up yet, the light of day clearly s silo in the did i tans, one of my favorite shots in the network, kits town area middle school. 26 degrees though, so even though we can't see i'm sure there is frost on that soccer fields until the for grounds, there but looking at storm scan at the wide wide zoom, beginning to carry here, next cold front passage to for our area, bulk of the moisture not issue. we ends up with if we're lucky really shower or two, looking all the way ahead to
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wednesday, by the time it is starting to cross you there, start to see the clouds building with time here, eventually shower or two crossing through. depending, this is model for the placement of these pockets, maybe a little varied by the time we actually hit wednesday. but it gives you the idea that it isn't really moisture rich system t does see again though the evan flow taking place on the thermometer in the days ahead. then by the time we hit saturday, another system comes along to knock the temperatures back, big old dip, and end up with some of the coldest air we've had so far this season. see that certainly reflected in the temperature readings in the seven day. that's where we turn our focus next, for now, nice sunshine, only 57, so crisp and chilly day. tomorrow looks great. nice mild afternoon under sunshine, really nice election day forecast, and then again we start to cool things down on wednesday, more clouds, and watch for shower or two. meisha? >> all right, katie, thank you so much. good morning, everyone. happy monday. a lot going on in the world of travel. so let's get right to it, great news first, septa strike has ended. so, in short, city buses,
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subways, trolley services phased back in today as the day rolls on. first services within the next four, six hours, if your commuting in the a.m. rush, does not pertain today. still great news for tomorrow. but for our morning rush, it will still be very slow. that's what we're seeing outside. so regional rails, already seeing delays, paoli thorndale, 29 minute, chestnut hill west, 1803 train is 14 minutes. that will continue to grow. also, very slow out here. we do have an accident on interstate 95 southbound before girard near allegheny involving school bus. that right lane is closed. so look how slow this is. that's because of veer volume of vehicles starting to hit on interstate 95 south, we saw that last week, going to see it again this morning, and it will be heavy. so between woodhaven road and the vine, take but a half hour, i would say, even plan on little more than. that will plus, we have another accident, mt. holly, new jersey 38 westbound at main street, left lane block there. and then another accident
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where a pedestrian was struck, i'll be get to go that in the next few minutes, back to you. >> up next, the eagles big lost in the meadowlands. >> how to deal with carson wentz, again? >> again. >> septa strike over, but then we realize the eagles lost to the giantsment happy monday morning, birds highlights c'mon in, pop pop! happy birthday! i survived a heart attack. i'm doing all i can to keep from having another one. and i'm taking brilinta. for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack. i take brilinta with a baby aspirin. no more than one hundred milligrams as it affects how well it works. brilinta helps keep my platelets from sticking together and forming a clot. brilinta reduced the chance of another heart attack. or dying from one. it worked better than plavix. >>don't stop taking brilinta without talking to your doctor since stopping it too soon increases your risk of clots in your stent, heart attack, stroke, and even death. brilinta may cause bruising or bleeding more easily, or serious, sometimes fatal bleeding.
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>> i have that suit hanging in the closet back there. i even had special socks! >> jim, maybe that's the incentive? maybe need to put that suit away. >> or you'll have to dust it off. >> eagles and giants at the meadowlands, didn't disappoint. kind of did. but another wild one. birds had a chance to win it in the final minutes. the giants intercepted two of carson wentz's first three passes, it had 14-nothing lead in a bling. the eagles hung tough. they were down 21-ten at the half. right here, jordan hicks, picking off eli manning? giants territory. eagles have new life. >> this co-not punch it here. wentz misses jordan matthews, in the corner of the end zone. and the giants hang onto win 28-23. coach and "the q" b reflect on another one that got away. >> if we don't start the ballgame the way we do it is different, totally different.
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and i'm going to continue to show confidence in our guys and believe in our guys. >> i know we still have high expectations, that's the mindset we have in this lockerroom and the cull your and the guys we have. so it is tough, all four of these losses, been right in them. good football team. we just have to find a way to win games. >> eagles fans rarely at lost for words, after the game it was no exception. birds fans, not happy. >> a lot of points on the field, field goals could have converted tan could have made the difference, a shame. >> now time left on the board. it is on -- >> got a lot of work to do. they got a lot of work to do. # atlanta coming in next week. so they need a lot -- got a lot of warning to do. >> the eagles have their hands full, this sunday, as my man, right there, said, six and three, atlanta falcons come to town. they're in first place in the nfc south, and they're very good football team. in prime time last night, the raiders, murray, ran for 114 yards and three touch councils, and the raiders beat
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the broncos 30 to 20. the raiders, yes, the raiders, now all alone in first place, in the afc west. they are seven and two, last year the raiders finished seven and nine. raiders usually stink. >> you know that's quote the rival rivalry there. >> yes, basically eagles-giant here in our area. >> big one. >> i want to wear my suit. >> you can wear it whenever you want. >> i won't wear it unless they win. there are rules, and there are rules. >> wear it if they lose. >> the rules of engagement here. >> thanks, pat. appreciate t still ahead on "eyewitness news" this morning, we got extra hour of sleep this weekend, but the time change could lead to the winter blues. >> oh, oh. doctor rob will join us to talk about ways to treat seasonal effective disorder, that's coming up a little later. stay with us.
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at a neighborhoods a restaurafavorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat.
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i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message. >> mainly dry forecast, few rain chances down the road, we'll let you know when to expect those. for now, guys, back into you. >> katie, thank you.
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and now for look at newspaper headlines. from across our region. >> from the south jersey times, sad news to report out of salem county. four year old boy drowned in his family's swimming pool yesterday. police say the boy's father found him unresponsive in a backyard swimming pool on south broadway in pennsville, township. he was pronounced dead at the memorial hospital of salem county. >> on the burlington county times, the county in the midst of a $40 million upgrade of a public safety communication system. along with increase g the radio stand, burlington countly put up more radio towers and provide first responder units with new radio equipment. >> and from the times herald, the husband and wife sculpting team of jim victor and marie pellson have just created replica of the white house at 400-pound of butter. president's butter, makers of french art son butter and cheeses had commissioned the work for their social media campaign, which they call a tasteful election. okay, and that's a look at
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some of the newspaper headlines from around the delaware val. >> i coming up election eve. find out where the candidates will be on this last day of campaigning before voters head to the polls. >> breaking news and the septa strike. trang? >> reporter: it is the news everyone has been waiting for. the septa strike is over. i'm trang do, i'll tell when you commuters can expect relief. >> all right, frank, looking outside right now, septa strike is over but it will still impact your a.m. commute. we have three accidents, regional rail delays, all of the updates coming up of the first a quick break, stay right where you are.
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i miss my daughter every day. she was shot and killed in a movie theater. jessi's murderer used an assault weapon with a high capacity gun clip. these clips allow killers to keep shooting and shooting. senator pat toomey opposes banning these clips, and he opposes an assault weapons ban. pat toomey stands with the gun lobby and not you. i hope you remember that when you vote. majority forward is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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>> morning, aim gentlemen jim donovan. >> septa reaches tentative deal. here's what you need to know in your morning minute. >> we're please today announce attentive agreement with twu
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local 234. >> week long septa strike is over. >> about time, man. >> we don't know all of the details of the deal right now, but we do know it is for five years. >> we're now just one day away from election day. >> you have to vote. don't leave it to chance. >> hillary clinton will be in philadelphia, donald trump will be in scranton. >> janet reno has died, died from complications from parkinson's disease. >> doctor strange, you seem to know how the world works. what if i told you the reality you know is one of many? >> well, doctor strange topped the box office this weekend, earning $85 million. >> and philly might be good time to see some movies. katie out on the cbs-3 skydeck. i see nice little winds
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blowing, nice little breeze? >> it is my beyonce fan. light breeze out here. notice, it is not enough to really cause us any kind of severe windchill, guys, we did have frost advisory, that is actually now been specifically delaware, county, but regardless, chilly start to the morning for sure. you want heavy coat walking out the door or at least a jacket. storm scan tranquil, it will stay that way, looking at the area temperatures, at the moment, you have got mid low 30's shall currently around much of the board, few outline ers like mount pocono which is typical but even here in philadelphia not as harsh, currently at 40 degrees, but that said, throughout the course of the day, do expect you're going to see plenty of sunshine, only thing it won't help warm you up too much. i expect climb to the up ear's here ever so slightly below averagement normal high on this day of the year is 59. we expect 57. so you'll be driving home
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potentially into the cover of the beginning of the darkness, but the time, out there. not just today but tomorrow, as well. this is a pretty good looking reelection day forecast, guys. 66 degrees, so it is significant spike on the thermometer for you obviously mild and certainly with sunshine, not looking bad at all. we will eventually have some wet weather to track, however, coming up a bit later in the show i'll tell when you. >> katie, thank you so much. >> good morning, septa strike is coming to an end, they've reached a deal. now the only problem, that we will have to get through this morning rush. because that far, a lot of vehicles still out there right now. we do have an accident here, scrub eastbound near conshohocken curve blocking the left lane, you can see how many vehicles are around this, and how slow moving it is between the blue route and the vine. very heavy, going to run you at least 40 minutes, i would actually plan on more, than is also involving a fuel spill. so this is really going to slow you down, both moving in
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the eastbound and the westbound side. westbound side, you will have a little bit of gaper delay as some of these flashing lights really kind of catch you off guard and put on your brake in the westbound side as well. ninety-five south before girard around allegheny. that will was also an accident that has now since cleared. take a look at how heavy this is running about 45 prints, as of now probably growing. plus an accident here. route 291, near wanamaker avenue, a pedestrian was struck here. so heads up on that. so in and around that area, delaware county, certainly want to give yourselves extra time, accident in mt. holly new jersey that accident has since been clear. talking about more of septa coming up in a little bit. jim, rahel, back to you. >> more open the big news of the day, septa strike is over. >> we've learned services will be gradually restored, "eyewitness news" reporter trang do live at the union headquarters in northern liberties, where she just spoke with some of the people who work on the deal, good morning, trang, what are they
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saying? >> good morning, most have reached five years deal, to end the strike. while negotiations went on for seven days, they did need outside help from including state reps dwight evans and congressman, bob brady. here is some reaction. >> look, i'm glad for the ridership, glad for the general public to get it done, but also very glad we got done before election day. >> i'm just thrilled for everyone. >> all sides this morning, relieved to avoid that battle that was set to happen to end this strike via injunction, but, with everybody wants to know when they can start using septa again. says service gradually rolled out throughout the day, so people waking up preparing to go to work this morning, going have to continue to use those at mat modes of
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transportation, he says, as far as the rest of the day, he'll be pretty hit or miss, people just have to go and check out and see if their trains or buses will be there. he says that first the market frankford el as well as the broad street lines, those will be the first to get up and running. those buses and trolleys, have to wait probably until tomorrow to get back on regular schedule. but again, great news, tomorrow morning, people will be able to resume their normal commute if they use septa. and also, everybody else on the road, probably relieved, that there will be fewer cars on the road. for now live from northern liberties, tran dough, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". indeed this is good news all around. thanks, frank. >> absolutely. this morning passengers are happy to hear news of deal between septa and the transit workers union, here's what you had to say when we toll them about the deal. >> i was losing money. more money. get to work. so this is good. because now can get back on my feet little bit. you know, big inch convenience to me.
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>> normally i took a bus to get down here, last week i been having to get up in the morning, and walk to the train station, regional rail line, my knees and everything. i'm just glad it is over. that's all. glad it's over. >> make sure to stay with cbs-3 and throughout the day as septa service is gradually re sort. >> there is than 24 hours before the election, pennsylvania is the center. campaign 2016. hillary clinton holds one last rally at independence mall tonight. donald trump heads for scranton. while campaigning last night near pittsburgh, republican nominee resumed blasting the fbi earlier the bureau announced it had found no evidence to press criminal charges against clinton over newly discovered emails while secretary of state. >> hillary clinton is guilty, she knows it. the fbi knows it. the people, the people know it. and now it is up to the american people to deliver
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justice at the ballot. >> clinton made two unannounced stops in philadelphia, one was at the peter park cafe, the other was at the mt. airy church of god and christ, where she said the election is about more than just the candidates. >> our names may be on the ballot, but make no mistake. everything you care about, everything i care about, and i have work for, is at steak. >> now, the clinton family, president and mrs. obama, bruce springsteen, and jon bon jovi, will be joining her at tonight's rally. the "eyewitness news" team will have complete election night coverage, we will be in new york as a result of the presidential race, we will also update the battle for u.s. senate in pennsylvania, and local races in the tri-state area. watch us tomorrow night on air and on line at and new president isn't the only important decision vote letters make tomorrow. new jersey vote letters decide whether casinos should exist
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outside side of atlantic city for the first time since the state legalized gambling 38 years ago, people will vote on plan to build the new casinos closer to new york city hope gambling revenue lost to casinos in pennsylvanian new york. >> in other news, police found another body on todd's south carolina property, you may recall, he's charged with kidnapping a woman and change her up for month. investigators believe the suspected serial killer may be connect today more murders. hena daniels with the latest. >> the spartan burying sheriff offers saying investigators have found another body in the same area where a woman was found alive. chained by the neck and held inside a metal storage container. >> we are in the process of trying to get that person removed from here and a positive identification. >> authorities say the remains were found at one of two grave sites, pointed out by property owner todd kohlhepp. >> we kind say anything about the cause of death, the
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gender, or how long any of this. >> forty-five year old real estate agent was in court sunday to face murder charges. >> you understands that? >> after police say he confess today a quadruple murder at a motorcycle shop 13 years ago. the small courtroom was filled with family members of those victims. still absorbing the shock that a serial killer may have been among them. >> all of this unraveling, 8 miles down the road, and come out 13 years later, that someone 10 miles up the road, my brother killed by the same person. >> kohlhepp arrested 30 after 30 year old caleb brown was rescued. kayla-her boyfriend charles carver disappeared in august. carver's body found burried on the property the next day. hena daniels, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> well it was nice to get the extra hour of sleep yesterday. but there could be some not so nice side effect from the time change. doctor rob will be here to talk about seasonal effect
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judge septa strike is over. services will be back on line today. people who rely unplace transit, strike also added traffic congestion, and we're certainly all very happy that it is over. well, the huge balloons that glide through manhattan during the thanksgiving day parade are not easy to control. >> you would know, jim. hundreds of volunteers actually trained throughout the year to make sure the parade is a success. correspondent wendy gillette shows us how they prepare. >> it takes military-like precision. >> stay to the outside, guys, take three steps forward.
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>> 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 the whimpy kid balloon. >> what i want you to do is -- >> this year he is giving orders to those closest to him. his daughter jillian, and three sons, will fly in from california for the parade. >> watch that obstacle. >> you don't necessarily want to be the one to instruct them or to yell at them or to tell them know you can't do. >> this so this will be a challenge for glee more teams of volunteers challenged when two other new giant balloons, charlie brown, and the trolls. and two smaller balloons, felix the cat, parade's first character balloon, and tricks i modelled after the parade director. >> but what we've done developed accordian legs. we've never had accordian legs in the parade before. >> they are there is many as 70 handlers aside to each balloon, each holds a line
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which can be wound up or down, to keep the balloons steady, and the crowd safe. it is not easy learning the ropes. >> there you go. >> bow they're hooked. >> what's it like? >> pretty amazing, definitely different than what i thought. it is awesome. >> and they hope it will be even more awesome come thanksgiving day. wendy gillette, for cbs news new york. >> i was one of the balloon handlers for the woody woodpecker balance noon 1986. i posted the picks on twitter and facebook. >> cause because i said, jim donovan knows how it happens. >> i'll tell you, avenue interesting life. speaking of interesting, best in the state 2016 is friday. >> but it is never too soon for the city of brotherly love. to pay tribute to those who have served our country. >> ♪ >> philadelphia's second annual veterans day parade ended here at independence mall yesterday. thousands gathered to honor
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service members in the tri-state area, veterans, and their loved ones came out for the event. he and many, many other made great sacrifices to our country, but the only thing is they weren't appreciated when they came home. >> but now, to be thanked for our service is with -- beyond words. >> plans for the first time this year's vet dan taste parade included festival along market street. >> on talk about weather. i mean, that was great weather yesterday, katie, we have parade today too? >> you know, could you have parade for couple of different days this week, looks like just the weather cooperating so noisily, big thank you from all of us here at cbs-3 for all of the service off our veterans, really appreciate t looking at the eyewitness weather watcher network here, we've got chill in the air for sure. a lot of 20's, a handful of mid 30's at best out there, and so it is a cold start. pretty light wind, i'm going to zero in on handful of these, one more time out there, there you go, i want to take you out to some of the
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western suburbs, dawn out in downingtown, sun shining brightly, only 35 degrees out there. and she says that it is sort of brisk outside. but certainly very bright. now that the sun's coming up in a extra hour early it, doesn't hurt matters, keep in mind if you normally travel this time of the morning, go eastbound specially, you're going have the sun glare banking on your forehead here throughout the course of the morning, and definitely a lot earlier than we've seen it as of late. we've got couple of great pictures came in from peter this morning, out in williamstown. he does have some frost, this is out his window. there was another that he sent in. we will take it back, the fall foliage still very evident out there. starting to wayne, but still nice vibrant color scheme out there. one more to show you as we head little closer to the shore, 36 comes in this morning, nice clear sky in egg harbor township it, have comment, we'll check it quickly. nice being up with the sun again, isn't that delightful to have light of day when you're awake. as we take you back out to storm scan3, no storms in site right now, high pressure our story for today, tomorrow, but eventually cold front does cross through, so we get through today, we get through
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tomorrow, really nice weather, tomorrow nice little warming trend, too. then that cold front comes along, kind of moisture starved so we see shower maybe two showers, but overall, not much wet weather out of it. but it does keep the temperatures hell back to the up ear's, which is really where we should. starting to rebound again come thursday. we will continue that up and down trend, through the course of the next several days. to the point that we hit saturday, we can't even hit 50 if we're lucky, that said, we switch gears. calling on all teachers right now. you can join the cbs weather team at the franklin institute on tuesday december 6th. from 9:30 in the morning until 1:00 in the afternoon. the whole team is going to be there, sharing ideas for how you can incorporate weather into your classroom, and actually become extension of our team. so hope you join us all the way, information at fest. meisha, over to you. >> sounds great. katie, thank you so much. good morning, happy monday, just in case you're just waking up with us, and you haven't heard the great news, take a look at this, septa strike ends, city subways, trolley services being phased
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back in today. so first services return within the next four to six hours, so our a.m. commute will still be effective. full service should be restored by the start of service tomorrow morning. great news. however, all lanes, except for trenton and chestnut hill east, are delayed up to 30 minutes, take a look, chestnut hill west train 812, 56 minute delays. and take a lack at this, i'll be tweeting this information out. hillary clinton rally independence mall tonight at 7:30 p.m. because that far the closures will be starting at 10:00 a.m. today. that's going to be market between fourth and seventh, fifth between after and market, and sixth between arch and chestnut. heads up on that again. i'll be tweet that information out. that will will absolutely slow us down starting 10:00 a.m. until it is over. very slow here, plus we have an accident, schuylkill eastbound near conshohocken curve blocking let lane with fuel spill. forty minute in the blue route and the ryan, vine around 30 minute, overall busy morning, rahel, over to you. >> meisha, thank you. and most of us were wait fog that extra hour of sleep.
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>> i actually have my clock socks on, to make sure that i change the clock in my car. >> i'm more impress that you can make your legs do that? >> how does this impact our internal clocks? doctor rob joins us now, more on that. good morning. >> doctor rob, always good to see you. it seems like old wives tail, when it gets darker earlier it, seems people set their mood. is in there any truth to that? >> seasonal affective disorder, even though we've gained an hour, for many of thaws hour at the end of the day is darkness. and our internal clocks triggered by the sun, by light. so for some people we wake up, it is dark, go home at night, it is dark. so some people get depressed and they lose energy and maybe eat a little more. so, unless exercise for the kids, so it is a gaining weight season that we have to watch out for. >> so how does this impact seasonal affective disorder. i know specially people, seattle, they don't see the sun a lot, always so cloudy out there, but that affect
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them as well as this type of less sun flight. >> it does. they have done a lot of research in scandinavian countries. what happens with less sunlight, a lot of people like hibernation mode. some energize, active, but now that we've gone back to standard time, at the end of the day, we get sluggish, we get sleepy. winter weight gain. less energy, carbon hydrate craving. >> how do you know if you're actually experiencing symptoms of this sad, or if maybe you're just in a funk? >> well, that's a good point. so a loft times people with seasonal depression often it happens around the same time each year. so how do you know, maybe fatigue, or difficulty concentrating, if you have increase desire to be alone, you withdraw. at the end of the day you kinds of just hang out on the couch, eat have, greater appetite, especially for those simple carbohydrates. that actually makes you more sluggish. the other thing just greater need to sleep. but some people even have trouble sleeping at night
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because their daylight views are all changed up. we have internal clocks. sun really affecter us, now with the extra darkness will make many people, about 10% of americans, a greater need for sleep. >> what can you do. >> one is a light box. so we have these. you know, it is almost like a treatment. so what happens is we don't stare at these, but you can buy these, and in the morning, for 15 to 30 minute, depending on the intensity of it, like sunlight, broad spectrum, no uv rays, and read the paper but keep this to the side of you it, will help alert you and wake your brain and body up. other thing you can do, alarm clock. >> to wake you up? >> yes, these are the alarm clocks, dawn, so it slowly wakes you up. the light intensity increases signal your body hey let's get going. need more vine minute d. talk to your doctor, get the levels, get the sunshine in the middle of the day when the sun is at its highest, that's real importantment and
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exercise, that's so key, because that can help boost our mood. >> and stick to regular schedule. try wake up the same time each day and weekends or go to sleep the same time, will help. i know, even weekend. >> listen, i'm if the go g ought 1:30 saturday and sunday no batter what you tell us. doctor rob, appreciate it. >> and we will be right back with three to go. i miss my daughter every day. she was shot and killed in a movie theater. jessi's murderer used an assault weapon with a high capacity gun clip. these clips allow killers to keep shooting and shooting. senator pat toomey opposes banning these clips, and he opposes an assault weapons ban.
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>> well, millions of dollars of stolen art recovered by the philadelphia fbi and "eyewitness news" is there. tonight, "eyewitness news" will bring awe exclusive look inside the fbi will take you to that secret location, a non-descript cinder block building where treasures are hine the door. one specific collection is on it way back to europe after almost 30 years. can't even show you the paintings because the current investigation, because we can tell you six of these paintings were recently found in the philadelphia area. >> we don't know what's going to come in today, tomorrow, or next week. >> tonight at 11:00 we'll tell but this special fb i-team. >> before you lever thugs morning, here's three to go. >> septa and the transport workers union are transit workers union have reached tentative deal to end the strike. there you can expect service to gradually be restored throughout the day.
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plus, full service being restored tomorrow. >> hillary clinton is having rally tonight on independence mall, president owe bamm and the first laidly join her, road closures today around market street in old city. it will be a mess for traffic. >> utley. donald trump is also spending part of his day in pennsylvania, he'll be making a stop in scranton. >> that's three to go. let's get last check on weather and traffic. >> looking like real nice day, chill in the air certainly, we have some frost, look closely at this camera on the surface of the grass there, you can tell, there is a little bit of a frost that has developed. but, fowl foliage, still prevalent at the whitfield elementary school area, chilly start granted and relatively simple way. >> take a look, septa strike over, reached five year deal. we've got live chopper three over the midvale bus depo. ready to roll. >> thanks, meisha. next on cbs this morning, exclusive interview with chris christie, about the bridgegate verdict. >> and remember to join us each weekday morning, here on cbs-3, starting at 4:30, have
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