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traffic trouble on 76. a tractor-trailer crash has parts of the schuylkill expressway closed right now. septa's strike threat, bus, trolley and subway operators have voted unanimously to walk off the job if they do not reach a deal on their contract. what you need to know. that's all ahead in a live report. going to trial, the penn state whistle-blower case tied to the jerry sandusky scandal heads to the courts today. nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning, this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm tracy davidson. >> and i'm rosemary connors. plenty going on this morning, including some really warm weather out there. let's get to meteorologist bill henley and the first alert neighborhood forecast. bill? >> it's a warmer start, summer-like this afternoon. the warm air is bringing in moisture.
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that has created some fog. that's 95, the view from south philadelphia. we've beenç watching the last couple hours, the fog has really been increase. it's hazleton in the mountains, zero visibility, down to a mile in pottstown. philadelphia international is quarter mile visibility and dense fog in wilmington. if you're heading down 95 you'll see a lot of that fog, likely slow things down a bit first things this morning. the temperatures will rise quickly from the 50s and 60s into the 80s this afternoon. 59 in new jersey. and the lehigh valley, you can see some of the light fog in easton. that's a live view. 62 degrees, the follow will be disappearing at 9:00 and long gone by lnch time. 73 degrees. in philadelphia, the fog disappears as well. temperature will hold steady at 8:00. but then up to 68 degrees by 11:00 this morning. and hold on to your sunglasses, because the temperature hit 80 degrees for philadelphia and the suburbs. delaware, into the 80s. look at the 70s for the lehigh
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valley for new jersey and at the shore. i'll walk you through the forecast hour by hour when i come back in just a few minutes. it's been a tough morning on the road. jessica boyington watching things from the first alert traffic center. >> definitely take the schuylkill expressway. that's because our camera showing us right here, the schuylkill eastbound around university avenue still closed this morning as it has been for several hours now. that's because there was a tractor-trailer accident involving a tractor-trailer carrying beer kegs and another vehicle involved there as well. you're looking at getting by there is the westbound side. at least one lane or so getting by the scene there. all eastbound traffic, though, is at a complete standstill. we're seeing big delays past south street and traffic pretty much looks like it's at a standstill. that's a lot of traffic to be pushed off the university off ramp. 34th bridge, wharton street to the schuylkill expressway eastbound ramp, a little further
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east. down below you'll pop out down there. other than that, if you're taking the schuylkill expressway, before you get stuck, take the vine street expressway, head eastbound there and head to 95 in that direction or so. that will be a good alternate. we're still in the green at least through the vine street expressway. updates for the rest of the morning. we have team coverage of that tractor-trailer crash that's backing up traffic on the schuylkill in the eastbound lanes. let's get to nbc 10's pamela osborne. she just arrived at the scene not too long ago. pam, what are you seeing? >> rosemary, unfortunately it looks like this will take a little while to clear. let me step out of the way and give you a better look at exactly what's going on right now. you can see the accident scene, you can also see tow trucks there. since we've been here for 40 minutes we're seeing a small truck come and unload some of the beer that's on the back of that tractor-trailer. that's the cargo it was carrying this morning. it's looking like they're trying
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to get the back of that trailer unloaded before they're able to tow it off of the eastbound lanes of 76 this morning. so, again, that seems to be taking a little bit of time this morning. you can see traffic going on the westbound lanes right now. as of now, traffic from this direction, eastbound on the schuylkill, not getting on. we have seen some other cars go a little bit ahead of the accident. they're able to get on. again, right now, traffic still shut down. we'll keep an eye on the situation just as soon as we see movement here, we'll let you know. reporting live in grays ferry, pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. 6:04. a possible strike is looming over septa. workers say they will walk off the job at the end of the month if they don't reach a contract agreement. matt delucia live in east falls. what does this mean for commuters? >> well, tracy, it could mean a big problem for commuters if that strike does happen. you might remember two years ago, septa narrowly avoided a
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strike and now septa riders are saying not again. some 5,000 union members have threatened to walk off the job. the transport workers union voted unanimously yesterday to walk off the city's subways, trolleys and buses on november 1st if a deal is not reached by then. the big concern, of course, is that workers and kids going to school will be stranded. looking ahead to election day on november 8th, that could be a big problem as well, getting people to the polls. we spoke with riders who say they are concerned and frustrated right now. >> i think they're not thinking of everyone. i think they're only thinking of themselves. when they think about the strike, they put a lot of us in jeopardy of how we choose to get to work. >> two years after the last strike threat, some of the sticking points remain today, including pension, health care and work schedules. the union has claimed that managers are getting special treatment. they tell themselves they
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deserve more, we deserve less. we're not going to tolerate that. >> septa responded to the vote with a written statement, quote, while we happen the union does not exercise it's right to strike, we are focusing on reaching a new contract that's in the best interest of our riders, employees and stakeholders. riders here this morning, holding out hope that a strike does not happen. there's no word yet on any contingency plans. if a strike does happen, there's a couple weeks to go for those negotiations. septa regional rail would not be affected by that strike. live in east falls, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. with nbc 10 as the strike deadline gets closer, make sure you have the free nbc 10 app to learn how a strike could impact your commute. we'll keep you updated. today the hoboken train station will be back up and running with full service. this comes less than three weeks after that crash of the new jersey transit train that killed a woman and injured more than 100 people. six more tracks opened this
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morning at 4:00. new jersey transit officials say trains entering the station will now reduce their speed from 10 miles an hour to 5. the train that crashed in september was going twice the previous speed limit at the time of the accident. in philadelphia, a man is dead after robbers shot him on f street in lawncrest last night. police say the victim told him he was coming home from shopping when two men held him up. he was shot at pointblank range from taking off. neighbors were up late talking to police after a 19-year-old was found dead on rose hill street, just after midnight. police say he was shot once in the head but six shell casings were found. police are still look for the shooter. 6:07. today in central pennsylvania, a judge will begin hearing the penn state whistle-blower case linked to the jerry sandusky child sex abuse scandal. former assistant football coach mike mcquery is suing the
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university for $4 million for wrongful termination. he claims that penn state ruined his coaching career and personal life afterç he reported witnessing sandusky's abuse to school officials. mcquery testified against sandusky who was later convicted of child sex crimes. a little bit of fog out there this [ inaudible ]. let's check in with meteorologist bill henley for the first alert forecast. >> this is a view from center city looking to the south, to the southwest, that fog is really thick at the airport and into delaware. some of the suburbs are seeing some of the fog. you may run into foggy spots first thing this morning. certainly not all day. we'll get sunshine to break through the clouds. the temperatures will be summer-like this afternoon with partly sunny skies and heading into a warm evening. it was really pleasant last evening but tonight it will be in the 70s. by tomorrow morning, we'll be dropping back into the 60s but warmer than this morning. today, we're starting off quite a bit warmer than yesterday.
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57 right now in the lehigh valley. delaware has the fog at 58 degrees and the fog at philadelphia international. 60 degrees right now. fox chase is 61 and chestnut hill is 56. the temperatures climb and with southwesterly winds helping to boost the temperatures, we'll have no problem racing to the 70s. we should top out around 80 degrees in philadelphia. overnight, a few clouds and a few showers, too. you see the sprinkles heading towards northern new jersey. the area is dry. expect it will stay dry today. you'll need your sunglasses, too. the fog disappears, partly sunny sky at 9:00. 62 degrees and 75 degrees by 1:00. the normal high is 66. we'll blow past that and by 5:00 this afternoon, 78 degrees. the suburbs, fog will disappear. by 9:00 you'll see sunshine an a few clouds. 61 degrees, up to 75 at 1:00 and bright sunshine at 5:00 this afternoon. for the lehigh valley, there's a little bit of fog in the lehigh valley, too. partly to mostly sunny skies.
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it will be a beautiful fall day that will feel more like summer with a high of 76. delaware, 60s, thick fog in northern delaware. it does not last. look at the temperatures in new jersey. 62 degrees at 9:00. middle 70s by 1:00 and into the upper 70s with partly to mostly sunny skies in new jersey and at the shore, from the 60s into the lower 70s this afternoon. look at that, sunny skies all day long. there are showers and some cooler temperatures in the extended forecast. we have the 10 day on 10 when i come back in a few minutes. >> cooler temperatures. all right, bill, thanks. 6:10 right now. let's get you to work if you're just joining us. there's an accident on 76 eastbound that has all lanes shut down and has for quite some time. >> jessica boyington, fill us in on the latest. >> we're starting to become in the beginnings of what is normally rush hour, the beginning of the 6:00 hour or so. by 6:30 we usually start to see
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delays in and out of center city on the schuylkill anyway. this is our camera around south street, approaching the accident scene, which is involving a tractor-trailer and a spill in the area now as well. the schuylkill expressway around university avenue is where the accident scene is and they're diverting traffic off in that direction. this is why all of the south street traffic is at a complete standstill. all of this traffic has to get off that exit ramp. big delays there. i've checked with some of the surrounding cameras as well. it doesn't seem to be backed up too far past the vine street expressway. we're seeing a slowdown just in this area. your best bet for anç alternat taking the schuylkill expressway and headed eastbound, take the vine street expressway before you get to the schuylkill so you won't be sitting in that mess right there. take the eastbound vine. we're still in the green. head to 95 in either direction that way or make a left at 34th street bridge, head to wharton street to the schuylkill expressway eastbound ramp just below and you'll come out down here. that could be an alternate for you there.
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the westbound traffic open but seeing delays. the accident in norristown has cleared, swede street and powell street. no more problems there. we'll keep you updated on the schuylkill. >> 6:12, 60 degrees. overseas this morning, a major operation is under way to take back an important city that's been held by isis. >> next, we break down the battle for mosul and the iraqi-led offensive. plus, getting tough on tobacco. we'll tell you how you can weigh in on philadelphia's new rules aimed at keeping kids from lighting up. katie: i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message.
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vo: donald trump and pat toomey have plenty in common -- they're both putting pennsylvania women at risk. even after trump bragged about sexually assaulting women, toomey stood by him. on women's health - both trump and toomey would defund planned parenthood. on abortion: trump: "there has to be some form of punishment" toomey: "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: too dangerous for pennsylvania women. 6:15. good morning, montgomery county. a live look at glenside where it's 59 degrees right now. meteorologist bill henley is tracking the conditions where you live, warm conditions. neighborhood forecast is just a few minutes away. happening today,
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philadelphia city council wants to hear from you about changing tobacco regulations. the city says it want tos protect teens from being targeted by big tobacco companies, so it wants to increase the fee to businesses that sell tobacco from $50 to $300. it would use the extra money to hire more inspectors to who would work to keep tobacco products away from minors. if you want to weigh in, check the nbc 10 app. we'll have complete details on tonight's meeting. uber and lyft are trying to reach a permanent legal agreement. >> the pennsylvania legislature could be looking at a bill to legalize the ride sharing companies as early as tomorrow. a judge reversed the ban on uber earlier this month. the ruling didn't include lyft. the company has said it will act as if the decision applies to them as well. the philadelphia parking authority says until there is a permanent deal, ppa officers will continue to ticket drivers. today, officials will cut the ribbon for st. maliki school
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in north philadelphia. it's one of 15 independence mission schools that provides education for lower income students. this mural is titled the sacred now, faith and family in the 21st century. 6:17. breaking traffic news. we continue to watch that accident on the xb schuylkill expressway eastbound. >> the lights, they are backed up. >> you're looking at a backup of the schuylkill expressway towards the vine street expressway. that's where the tail end of this backup is, due to an earlier crash around university. so now what they're doing is diverting all traffic off around university avenue on the eastbound side. you can see, this is just the tail end of it. that's how far the backup is right now. your best bet is to get off before the schuylkill expressway runs into the vine. get off at the vine street expressway for now. we had an earlier
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tractor-trailer accident. that's closing it around university avenue. you can see that on our map system here. we are seeing the string of delays. this is where we were looking at our camera. it's starting just to see the end of the delay and backup. moving down the vine street expressway will be a good bet, down to 95. a alternatively, make a left at 34th street bridge, wharton street, eastbound on the schuylkill. you can see it's smooth sailing there. we're starting to see westbound delay by the scene. even though the lanes are back open. earlier we had the westbound side closed as welt. watch for that. we're also watching the 42 freeway. let's do a check of the other majors. into philadelphia on the 42 freeway northbound from 55 to the walt, five-minute trip there, no problems heading southbound. we'll keep you updated on the schuylkill. today we are in for a fall warmup, already 60 degrees outside. temperatures expected to hit the
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80s. meteorologist bill henley is tracking those conditions. it has the details in your neighborhood forecast. bill? >> that warmup is going to do a job on the fog that has started things off this morning. the fog will quickly disappear. this is a live view. we're starting to see a few more headlights. still areas of dense fog, hazleton at quarter mile visibility, down to a mile and a half at blue bell and half a mile at philadelphia international. that is an improvement. still socked in in wilmington. a quarter-mile visibility. the fog won't last. not everybody is seeing it. here's glenside, pennsylvania, a nice start to a fall day that will feel like summer. the fall plants will get serious sunshine an a big warmup, too. 50s and low 60s. 58 with the fog in delaware. 60 degrees in philadelphia. new jersey, south jersey, parts of south jersey have cooled into the 50s with clear skies overnight. and a few scattered clouds in
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the suburbs won't last either. kennett square, 57 and 59 in warrenton, heading into the upper 70s this afternoon. warming to near 80 degrees. a few showers overnight staying to the north. sprinkles are out of the picture for us. this next line of showers, which is getting closer to us, i expect this is going to fall apart. unlikely we'll see any rain drops during the day today. we are going to get some serious summer heat this afternoon. back for summer today. as the week goes on, we will likely see some record temperatures. the best chance of seeing records fall in philadelphia, not today, getting closer to the record of 85 tomorrow afternoon. but wednesday is most likely as the record is lower. 80 degrees the record in philadelphia. unusually warm any way you look at it. 80s for the next three days and then the temperatures start to come down. as clouds increase, we get a chance of showers for thursday and into friday. that cold front comes through, drops the temperatures for friday and for the weekend, it
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will come down a bit more. 40s and low 50s over the weekend in the morning. 60s in the afternoon. and even a bit cooler, back to fall next week with low 60s for monday, tuesday and wednesday. >> bill, thank you. 6:21. the north carolina governor is calling an attack on a gop building an attack on democracy. we'll show you the damage done after a fireple booing and the threat the vandals left behind. and how atlantic city has to address its budget crisis today. i can't believe we're doing this. gus, you're not scared are you? you're the second most famous groundhog in pennsylvania. i don't like thunder! (bashfully) this is getting creepy! (sfx: loud thunder clap) grrrr, did you say creepy? creepy cash? the new instant game from the pennsylvania lottery. yeah, with top prizes of 50 grand. that's a monster of a prize. keep on scratchin'
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overseas, iraqi and kurdish forces backed by a u.s.-led coalition is now battling to take back the city of mosul in northern iraq. the iraqi army launched the offensive last night. mosul has been under isis control for more than two years now. by the way, the black smoke that you're seeing in this video is from oil wells that isis set on fire in an act of defiance. officials say the battle could lead to more than a million
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people fleeing the city. 6:24 right now on this monday. back here in the u.s., investigators near durham, north carolina are looking into this fire bombing of the republican party headquarters in orange county and a threat that was left behind as well. authorities say somebody threw a bottle filled with flamable liquid through the window of the headquarters yesterday. somebody also spray painted a nearby building with the words nazi republicans leave town or else. democratic nominee hillary clinton tweeted, the attack on the orange county gop office is horrific and unacceptable. very grateful that everyone is safe. us( tweeted animals representing hillary clinton and dems in north carolina just fire bombed our office in orange county because we are winning. authorities have not said who is behind the vandalism. good morning, everyone. jessica boyington watching the roads. we've been dealing with breaking news all morning.
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right now we're watching the schuylkill expressway. these are our cameras around the vine street expressway where we're starting to see the tail end of that backup from an earlier crash around university, closing it on the eastbound side. now we have a disabled vehicle there as well. fire truck on the scene. this is just a little bit aways away from the actual accident scene. details and updates and alternates for you when i come back at 6:30. for now, back from a long vacation, we have bill henley over in the weather center. hey, bill. >> a lot going on today. we're looking at fog this morning. look at that view, live view from the comcast center. you can see the fog bank moving into philadelphia, delaware, the suburbs, parts of new jersey. it is warm outside to start with. 60 degrees. that's usually warm for this time of year. 6:26. we're heading into summer-like conditions this afternoon. your neighborhood forecast just ahead. next at 6:30, authorized to strike. we'll tell you about the latest troubles for septa riders as workers prepare to walk off the job if they don't reach a
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to eliminate funding for planned parenthood. shut down the government over planned parenthood? i think we ought to shut down pat toomey. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. trouble for your morning commute. we'll have a live update from the scene of this crash on the schuylkill expressway. that's causing real problems, just in time for the morning rush. septa strike threat. bus, subway and trolley operators vote to walk off the job if the transit agency and union don't reach a contract within the next two weeks. rigged rhetoric. how the clinton and trump campaigns are tackling the latest claims from the republican nominee. nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. this is "nbc 10 news today." i'm rosemary connors. >> and i'm tracy davidson. it's 6:30. let's get right to meteorologist bill henley and the warm first alert neighborhood forecast. bill? >> warm, muggy and a bit foggy,
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too. we're watching the thick fog in philadelphia. in parts of the rest of the area. it's gotten thicker in hazleton. quarter-mile visibility and light fog for trenton. it's worse in philadelphia international and in wilmington where it's quarter-mile visibility. fog to start with and then comes the heat. we will see a big warmup today. in fact, we're already starting much warmer this morning, 50s and low 60s. new jersey 59 degrees, 61 in the suburbs and philadelphia is at 60 degrees. the best low light cameras in the lehigh valley and easton. get a better view of what's happening right now. scattered clouds. the fog will be thinning out and disappearing with a little bit of a warmup. we'll see a quick warmup. 60 at 9:00, into the 70s by lunch time in the lehigh valley and warming up to 80 degrees for philadelphia, the suburbs. looking for some cooler temperatures, you'll find temperatures a little bit lower at the shore with sunshine,
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partly so mostly sunny and 75 this afternoon. it will be a quick warmup. i'll walk you through the forecast hour by hour to show you how quickly the temperatures climb when i come back in a few minutes. first, let's get an update on what's been a messy commute so far. >> definitely messy, bill. we have an accident scene around university avenue on the schuylkill expressway and on the eastbound side closing it. it's been closed all morning long. these are cameras around south street showing you the backup approaching the scene. traffic at almost a complete standstill. maybe a car moving a few feet or so at any given time. so this is backing up, starting to be all the way towards the vine street expressway area. this is where weç start to seet trickle off and still see traffic moving just approaching the scene all the way to this here. take the vine street expressway as your alternate and head eastbound, head towards 95 that way or if you're stuck in this mess or know somebody that is, get a call and let them know. wharton street to the schuylkill
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expressway eastbound ramp, that will drop you off around in this direction right over here. you can head to 95 or wherever you were going, your final destination there. but for now, that little portion on the eastbound side of the schuylkill is closed. the westbound side is open. we're seeing slowdowns by the scene, possibly gaper delay as well. watching for a scheduled open, this is for the tacony palmyra. it was scheduled for this morning. our live team coverage of the accident on 76 east continues now with nbc 10's pamela osborne. she has a close-up view of the crash. pam? >> rosemary, a little bit of good news. i'll step out of the way so you can see for yourself. that truck is finally being towed out of the eastbound lanes this morning. it's taken them a while to get all of this cleared up. i'll tell you why. that truck was loaded down with beer. they were having to remove the
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load from the back of that truck before they could get it on that tow truck to get it out of here. i know we were talking about the westbound lanes being open this morning. you can see state police still here, still doing their accident investigation. that tractor-trailer we know was involved in an accident with a car earlier this morning. but you can see they're kind of standing in some of the westbound lanes here. even though the traffic is open, keep in mind that they're going to be doing some work there throughout the morning. your best advice is to take it really slow, avoid this area. of course, give them the road to conduct this accident investigation as it's taking place right now. that's all halan as we' happeni talking to you right now. that's the latest for now in grays ferry, pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. >> pamela, thanks for the update.
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6:34. 60 degrees outside. for septa riders, the clock is ticking. in two weeks, buses, subways and trolley service may stop. septa workers voted over the weekend to strike if they can't reach a new deal. nbc 10's matt delucia is live in east falls with the details on this story. matt? >> septa riders hope it doesn't come to that, doesn't come to a strike. some 5,000 union workers voted to authorize that strike that could leave transportation centers, like the wissahickon transportation center empty. they unanimously decided to walk off the city's subways, trolleys and buses by november 1st if a deal is not reached by then. workers and school children will be stranded. also looking ahead to election day on november 8th. that could be a problem. voters may not be able to get transportation to their polling places. >> i won't vote. i won't vote.
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you know, i'm not going to try to inconvenience somebody to come and get me unless the polling places are going to send people out.ç >> it's important enough, you're going to do what you have to get done. >> you might remember septa workers narrowly avoided a strike two years ago around this time. some of the sticking points remain today including pension equity between managers and workers, better health care benefits and more consistent work schedules. union claims that managers are getting special treatment. >> tell themselves they deserve more, we deserve less. we're not going to tolerate that. >> septa responded to the vote with a written statement, quote, while we hope that the union does not exercise its right to strike, we are focusing on reaching a new contract that's in the best interest of our riders, employees and stakeholders. there's no word yet on any corn continue jenscy plans if a strike does happen. septa regional rail, it's important to note, would not be affected about i that strike if
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that should happen. we'll be following what happens in the next several weeks. >> 6:37. from our jersey shore bureau, atlantic city faces a deadline today in its budget crisis. published reports say the city must submit a revised spending plan to avoid a state takeover. atlantic city's councilent deucdeuce -- introduced a budget that was less but officials say they have concerns with the plan. now to decision 2016, a new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll of likely voters across the country shows hillary clinton with an 11-point lead. 48% to 37%. trump was on the attack again yesterday arguing that the system is rigged against him.
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he tweeted the election is absolutely being rigged by the dishonest and distorted media pushing crooked hillary. but also at many polling places. sad. on the "today" show, rudy giuliani said there could be cheating in our region. >> philadelphia is an example of where you often have cheating, chicago. but that's not the real problem. the real problem is it appears 80% to 85% of the media is against him. >> on "meet the press" yesterday, mike pence appeared to say they will respec the results. the first two of debates, polls show the race is very tight with both campaigns spending millions of dollars for ads. >> yesterday, "the philadelphia inquirer" endorsed katie mcginty. paper wrote she has a grasp on
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the human consequences of government policieses and seeks to improve the quality of life for all. the paper criticized pat toomey for his support for gop presidential nominee donald trump which it called, quote, politically expedient. well, temperatures are expected to soar into the 80s today. meteorologist bill henley is tracking the warmup in the neighborhood forecast. bill, and some fog. >> yes, we're getting a warmer start. with warm air can come moisture. we're seeing that this morning. some areas of thick fog, dense fog won't last all day. with warming temperatures, the fog disappears. we have a summer-like afternoon with partly sunny çskies. beautiful afternoon. it's not going to feel like autumn. this evening, the temperatures will cool down into the 70s. by tomorrow morning, upper 60s for much of the area. and helping with the warmup, the southwesterly winds, doing two things. it will give you warmer temperatures and bring in the additional moisture. that's why it feels muggy and that's why part of the area
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seeing thick fog. one of the spots, philadelphia international. 60 degrees. but with sunshine, the fog will literally disappear. by noontime, 73 degrees. humidity will be dropping this afternoon as the temperature climbs. look at that 4:00 p.m. temperature of 79. i think we'll hit 80 this afternoon. fog in the suburbs will clear out. 57 degrees right now. 67 at 10:00. into the 70s at lunch time. the lehigh valley, scattered clouds and a little bit of fog, too. the clouds will be in and out this morning. by later this afternoon, upper 70s in the lehigh valley. and new jersey, you will not be out of the warmup. sunshine and temperatures into the 70s by lunch time. upper 70s at 2:00 and staying in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees in new jersey this afternoon. even at the shore, a nice warmup, too. 63 now. upper 60s at 10:00 and then look at that sunshine. sunshine all day long and 70s at
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the shore. and fog to start with in delaware. it's 58 degrees. 58 to start with but then sunshine takes over. 70s to close to 80 degrees this afternoon. and it's going to get even warmer. in fact, we're likely to break records later this week. take a look at that with the 10 day on 10 when i'm back in a few minutes. >> 19 minutes before 7:00. we continue to stay focused for your ride to work on the closure of 76 just starting to clear an accident from overnight. >> jessica boyington has been keeping her eyes on the cameras. fill us in on the latest. >> still closed on the eastbound side around university avenue because of that accident scene. right in the beginning of what is normally rush hour, we start to see typically start to see big delays in and out of center city right now anyway. our cameras around spring garden street, that dli is pushing back further. earlier, the biggest part of the delay was ending around the vine street expressway. we're seeing a little bit of a slowdown, a lot of a slowdown headed eastbound towards the accident scene.
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those are our cameras around spring garden. take a look at what it looks like on our map system. you can see where that backup goes. all the way around spring garden street exit ramp right here. that's where we were starting to see the delay. it's closed up ahead. now if you're on that little stretch right there where you're struck, they're diverting you off around the university avenue off ramp. wharton street to the schuylkill expressway eastbound ramp and hop back on down here. i think your best bet is taking the vine street expressway eastbound. that's still in the green there. all of that traffic that's starting to be slow past that point, get on the vine, access 95 that way. if that was your original intention. watch for those delays there on the schuylkill. avoid it if you can. if you can't, that's your alternate. the tacony palmyra bridge is in the process of almost in the process of a scheduled opening. scheduled in the next couple of minutes for 6:45. the betsy ross is a good alternate. a viewer tells us her refrigerator was on the fritz
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but when they tried to use her warranty, the company gave her the cold shoulder. >> how the nbc 10 responds team got that viewer a working fridge. washington plays into the presidential election.
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eagles fans went from bleeding green to feeling blue in a matter of hours. the birds lost 27-20 in sunday's matchup with the washington redskins. the sports section of this ç morning's philadelphia "daily news" carries the cover store we, wheels fall off, wentz wagon turns back into pumpkin. here's quarterback carson wentz after the loss at fedex field. >> i have to be better. especially late in the game. anytime an offense has a chance to win at the end of the game and you come up short, it's
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frustrating. i put that on myself. we have to get better. i have to watch the tape and really critique and we'll be back, we'll be better. >> the birds return to the link onnen issed to face sam bradford and the undefeated minnesota vikings. kickoff is at 1:00. >> i'll still be wearing my wentz jersey for shore. political observers call this the redskins rule. the theory goes, if the skins win their final game before an election, the party remains. a viewer tells us she tried for more than a month to get her broken refrigerator replaced but that never happened. >> that is until the nbc 10 responds team got involved.
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>> reporter: evelyn uses a small refrigerator in her basement to store food and her father's insulin medication. the refrigerator in the kitchen broke in august. she reached out to hh gregg. >> trying to reach customer service. i couldn't get through. lines were busy. i called in the afternoon, same problem. >> reporter: this went on for over a month. >> very frustrated because i have a warranty. >> reporter: that's when she contacted nbc 10 responds. we spoke to hh gregg. they offered to replace the refrigerator but the one the company offered wasn't the right size. when they asked for her money back, hh gregg gave her $530 for the refrigerator and $130 for the service plan she purchased. >> everything is resolved thanks
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to channel 10. >> she's planning to use the refund money to pick out a new fridge with this week. >> do you have a consumer problem? reach out to us. our websites and phone numbers are right there on your screen. we're in for a warmup today. a summer-like temperature makes a comeback in the fall. >> meteorologist bill henley tracking those conditions. fog out there, bill. >> yes, that comes with the warmer air pushing into the area. more moisture. you can see some of the fog. this is a live view from the loews hotel. we have a southwesterly wind bringing in the moisture. it will also help with the warmup. thick fog also in wilmington. not so bad at frawley stadium. you can see the thick fog in the distance. now it's spreading into some of the suburbs, too. pottstown, quarter-mile visibility there and under a mile for quakertown. northeast philadelphia in trenton hasn't been bad all morning. philadelphia international could be delays for arriving and
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deparing flights with quarter mile visibility. if you're heading down 95, there could be slow going as a result of the fog. but cape may, looking pretty nice this morning. we ape less than -- what time s it? ten minutes before 7:00. we're about 25 minutes away from sunrise. you can see just a few scattered clouds. no sign of any fog at the shore. it will be a nice warmup at the shore. the entire area this morning is running warmer than yesterday. it's 60 in philadelphia. 50s for trenton and vineland and wilmington, we are up 16 degrees in allentown compared to yesterday. trenton is 17 degrees warmer. close to 10 degrees warmer in philadelphia. and the warming is just going to get started. tracking a few showers, too, northwestern pennsylvania and central pennsylvania, i expect those to fall apart just like we saw a few showers fall apart. we see a few clouds from the showers. we should stay dry. back to summer as the temperatures take off. the warming trend started over the weekend.
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we have 80s in our future for monday, tuesday, and wednesday. wednesday afternoon we're likely to break record temperatures. here's your 10 day on 10. 80 today. 83 tomorrow. 83 degrees again on wednesday. that's your record breaker. then the clouds are building with a cold front approaching on thursday. could bring us a few showers, possibly even a thunderstorm. and then by friday, cooler temperatures and still a few showers in the area. those 60s, that's more typical for this time of year. that's what we'll see this weekend. partly sunny skies on saturday and mostly sunny skies on sunday. both days will warm into the middle 60s and just a little bit cooler into next week for monday, tuesday and wednesday. with another chance of showers coming in on tuesday. >> all right, thanks for that, bill. 6:51 right now. anybody who takes 76 schuylkill expressway into the city is going to be pumping the brakes. >> first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington has details on why. show us, jess. >> the schuylkill expressway closed this morning and it has been closed all morning long, just into the beginnings of rush hour as well.
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on the eastbound side around university avenue, you can see the big string of red in here. it's closed around university because of an earlier tractor-trailer accident. that actually crashed and spilled its load on the roadway. we're seeing a lot of a mess there. cleanup under way. we're starting to back up past the vine street expressway right now. that's going to be really what your options are if you're headed down the schuylkill expressway eastbound this morning. take eastbound vine street expressway, access 95 north or southbound that way. or additionally if you're also stuck in this mess, somebody maybe can give you a phone call. left at 34th street bridge, wharton street to the schuylkill expressway eastbound ramp. you can see the schuylkill expressway not having a huge problem right there. on the westbound side, gaper delay. we're seeing westbound traffic on the vine street expressway. that's because of this right here. this is the westbound traffic coming out. anywhere really right now around in or out of center city, westbound, eastbound, we're seeing big delays. so keep that in mind before you head out the door. give yourself a lot of extra
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time and plan on avoiding the schuylkill expressway as well. this is the schuylkill around the vine. headed westbound by this scene. a police officer, disabled vehicle. looks like a tow truck as well. we'll come back in the next five minutes. next, we'll run down this morning's headlines and the stories we'll be following throughout the day. >> that includes the start of the penn state whistle-blower case tied to the jerry sandusky scandal. we'll explain what former assistant football coach mike mcquery wants from the university. and when he went to washington, he voted to change the laws... to benefit wall street and banks like his. voting to gut consumer protections that crack down... on predatory lending and fraud. to take money from you and... line the pockets of wall street millionaires like... himself. pat toomey: out for himself, all in for wall street.
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that accident scene tieing up and snarling traffic on the eastbound side of the schuylkill around university avenue has finally opened back up. lanes are open on the eastbound side right now. that's why we'reç seeing movement. our cameras around spring garden street. still big delays on the eastbound side of the schuylkill expressway. that's because we've had this portion of it closed all morning long. so now, on the eastbound side of the schuylkill, if you are approaching the scene, still a little bit of a delay. we are seeing some movement. take the vine street expressway eastbound to avoid some of the residual delay right there. hop on to 95 that way. that will be your best bet for an alternate for now. good news there. the schuylkill expressway eastbound, lanes back open. also watching the tacony palmyra bridge in the process of that opening scheduled for 6:45. the betsy ross is an alternate there. the rest of of the bridges are okay. 6:57 on this monday, 60 degrees outside. here are some of the stories feeling following today. first, this morning, the hoboken train station is back to
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full service. it comes less than three weeks after the deadly crash of a speeding nj transit train. a judge will begin hearing the penn state whistle-blower case linked to the jerry sandusky child sex abuse scandal. former assist and the football coach mike mcquery is suing the university for $4 million. he claims the school ruin his life after reporting sandusky's abuse to officials. the article was later debunked and the magazine pulled it. philadelphia city council wants to hear from you about changing tobacco regulations at a public hearing. the city says it want tos protect teenagers before being targeted by big tobacco companies. if you want to weigh in, get details on the nbc 10 app. 53 people are graduating from the philadelphia police academy. 50 of them will become philadelphia police officers, the other 3 will be septa police
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officers. in decision 2016, tonight is debate night for pennsylvania u.s. senate candidates katie mcagainty and pat toomey. the democratic challenger and the republican incumbent will face off in pittsburgh. a second and final debate is scheduled for philadelphia next week. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> if you're heading out the door on the go this morning, don't forget, you can get the first alert forecast on 101.1 more f.m. any time during the day. look at the fog that's rolled in. that's a live view of the fog bank that's pulled into philadelphia. that fog is going to clear out and we will see some sunshine. it will make some slow going to start with, one mile visibility and quakertown is not bad. hazleton with dense fog, lancaster as well. quarter-mile visibility may slow flights down at the airport. wilmington, dense fog is hanging in there. it's got thicker in south jersey in just the last few minutes as well. 80 degrees this afternoon, record temperatures on the way later this week.
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>> you can see it in our camera. we usually show you the skyline. not today. >> that will do it for us for now. we'll have updates in 25 minutes. have a good one. good morning. out on a limb. donald trump ratchets up claims that the election is rigged. surrogates, even his own running mate, apparently not on board. >> we will absolutely accept the results of the election. and after the republican headquarters in north carolina is firebombed, trump points the finger at nimals representing hillary clinton." are his accusations and attacks having any impact? this morning, new poll numbers are in. breaking overnight, backed by the u.s., iraq launches a massive offensive to retake mosul from isis. the largest operation against the terror group ever. richard engel is live with one of the convoys heading into battle. reliving the nightmare. the diver who was trapped in


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