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london. >> and i'm jim rosenfield. we start with that nasty night out there, chilly, rainy, it's a night to stay inside. >> check out the requiradar, it going to be a wet night. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is tracking rain in your neighborhood. >> and some of the rain is the heaviest of the day, 57 degrees with heavier rain, during the last observation, even in the suburbs, the lehigh valley. 46 degrees why it's close to 60 in delaware. that's why we have this neighborhood weather because the weather can vary so much across these neighborhood, 33 in mt. pocono, we have a lot of rain more in new jersey than anywhere else, that's a sign that it's starting to taper off toward the
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west. in southern delaware, we're also getting more significant rain, but at least it's a warmer rain with temperatures in the low 60s, everything moving from west to east, it will gradually be drying out, but it's going to take a few hours for that to happen. as we go hour by hour, you can see the clock, and the rain ending from west to east. we even get clearing by midnight, we'll see if it stays that way through the weekend with the rest of the forecast in a few minutes. imagine you're just shopping in the jewelry department, when burglars use hammers to steal jewelry right out of the cases, deanna durante headed right to the mall when we got word of that particularry. >> it's not often that you see this happen in and around a mall.
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>> reporter: witnesses say they first say it was a gunshot they when they heard a loud noise and glass breaking over and over. turns out it was thieves smashing their way to what they wanted. between a narrow walkway of two jewelry cases, glass is on the floor. customers were not here at the time of the robbery. >> everybody started panicking and everybody started running to where i was saying they were shooting, but nobody really knew what was going on. >> reporter: police say it was around 2:30, when three men armed with hammers targeted this jewelry case inside the macy's it the mall on roosevelt boulevard. >> you heard one bang, and then you heard smashing windows. that's when everybody realized something was going on and
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everybody started running the opposite way. >> reporter: customers say they were outside for about 30 minutes while police investigated. there were three suspects that took off in a stolen silver mercedes. to decision 2016 now, donald trump and hillary clinton targeting key battle gowned sta state this is afternoon. michelle obama campaigned beside hillary clinton today. the two spoke about defeating donald trump and about their mutual respect for one another. >> seriously, is there anyone more inspiring than michelle obama? >> so hillary has done her job. now we need to do our job. and get her elected president of the united states. >> michelle obama urged voters
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to make their voices heard, because elections are decided on a razor's edge. republican donald trump blasts trump. the memo shows how the aide used a business he created to generate money for himself and the clinton foundation. >> if the clintons were willing to play this fast and loose with their enterprise, when they weren't in the white house, just imagine what they'll do given the chance to once again control the oval office. >> nbc news has not authentica e authenticated hacked e-mail. pennsylvania could still play a role in the election, the candidates continue to come to the keystone state.
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tomorrow mike pence will campaign in bensalem and bill clinton will campaign in redding. hillary clinton leads donald trump 46-39. and in the pennsylvania poll for the black vote, clinton leads 90 to 1. she has struggled to win over younger voters, and nbc night -- you'll hear their story tonight in about 25 minutes. final decision in the deadly amtrak collision. tonight amtrak has agreed to pay a $265 million settlement. the crash injured more than 200 passengers killed eight people in may of 2015. victims have three weeks to join the settlement program and here
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are photos of the eight people on the train who lost their lyes when it went off the rails in a curve in the tracks, the engineer was distracted by an incident being discussed on the radio. the train was going 65-mile-per-hour around the curve. caught, the suspect wanted for damaging the iconic stairs at the union league is now in custody. police arrested reginald phillips who is accused of stealing the hand rail. no more new jersey casinos. >> more than 1,000 people in atlantic city packed boardwalk hall to protest casinos in new
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jersey. people in atlantic city say voting yes would cripple the jersey shore town. >> ted greenberg joining us now live from ac tonight. that's a big turnout. >> reporter: opponents say allowing casinos in north jersey will lead to this, more casinos closing in atlantic city. they say they need to win this fight and win it big. martin gibson says he's afraid that atlantic city will become a ghost town if casinos are allowed in north jersey. >> there will be a lot of cas o casinos closing in atlantic city and losing a lot of jobs. >> reporte >> we may disagree about donald
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and hillary, but one thing we're convinced is no casinos outside of atlantic city. >> reporter: they're convinced that competition from -- supporters say expanding gaming would help new jersey better compete with caseinos in neighboring states. recent polls show a significant lack of support for north jersey casinos among voters steady wide. >> we have enough casinos. there's enough. why do they want to open more? they're closing. >> it's discouraging because this was an effort not only to revive the casino business in new jersey. >> we got to make it as big as possible, so it doesn't come back again, we can't do this every two years. >> reporter: fairly dickenson
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university poll out this week show diseases -- shows the referendum failing for casinos across the state. now, bracing for the worst. septa riders are thinking about next week's possible strike. right now both sides are meeting to come up with a solution for the deadline. 800,000 transit riders are watching and waiting. how this could impact election day which is just 12 days a way. >> when they go on strike, they shut the whole city down. >> reporter: sub bays, busses and trollies would stop working tuesday morning. regular riders bike kevin swan of mayfair relies on septa to get to work. >> how am i going to pay my bills if septa goes on strike?
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>> if anyone in city council can sit these folk down and say, can you please wait for one week? >> reporter: today at city hall in philadelphia, the city council chambers were abuzz with word of a possible strike and the timing of the general election. this morning councilmembers adopted a nonbinding resolution calling on the two sides to come up with a contract, especially before november 8. >> there always is an issue when there's a big event coming up, i'm hopeful we will resolve the issues. >> the polling place should be in the neighborhood, but it's still an issue if someone has to come to take someone to vote and people who get around to volunteer, to be at the polls. >> kevin swan hopes the deal will get done before the election. >> people need to wake up. >> reporter: negotiations have
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been off and on throughout the day here at this center city hotel and their talks could continue throughout the early evening, pensions are still the main sticking point. a possible strike could happen as early as monday at midnight into tuesday morning. >> i'm at the 76ers game sing the national anthem and the organization says i can't because i'm wearing a "we matter" jersey. >> new information about the sixers anthem controversy and what the singer's makeup artist just told us. new jersey drivers will pay more for gas very soon. but where will that extra tax money go? why there's a feud between the governor and his number two. >> i'm tracking rainfall across most of the area and the wind's
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going to be picking up. don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. republican party bosses looked to find brian fitzpatrick. nearly three thousand miles - that's how far away they "hand-picked" him to run for his brother's seat. but all mike and brian fitzpatrick share is a name. brian fitzpatrick supports a radical republican agenda, including defunding planned parenthood, just like donald trump. a hundred and sixty miles down the road in dc, brian fitzpatrick will put his party first, not pennsylvania families. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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when government bureaucrats refused to approve a cancer vaccine equally for both girls and boys, i stepped in to change that rule. when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message.
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new at 6:00, an apparent family feud at the top of new jersey's government. governor christie says it must be a misunderstanding between him and the lieutenant. governor at issue new jersey's gas tax hike, an issue on the upcoming ballot. and that's not the only issue they don't see eye to eye. >> reporter: it can be a confusing issue for some, new jersey's looming 23 cent gas tax hike and new jersey ballot initiative number two, directing who can use that money. but the lieutenant governor says
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she's not confused. if you oppose the gas tax, you have to vote against number two, because they all have to go back to the drawing board. >> reporter: the comments draw a quick response from governor chris christie. is there a misunderstanding between you and governor christie right now between the gas tax and initiative two is concerned. >> i did my own home work, i made my own inquiries, i talked to the governor's staff and i came up with a decision on my own. >> reporter: when we pursued the question about a rift with christie -- >> it's not just where our tax dollars are going at the pump, they also disagree on who should be our next president. so is it dividing voters? >> it doesn't bother me, there's
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some reason that chris christie supports it. i do not agree. >> reporter: christie is organizing the white house transition team. >> even they can't figure out what's going, so i feel like it's leaving us all confused. >> reporter: because the ballot question was drafted and approved months before the gas tax passed, she doesn't want voters to misunderstand that dedicating transportation funds will hit new jersey with $12 billion in borrowed debt. >> the sixers have only played one game this season and already they're facing controversy. singer seven streeter said the team wouldn't let her perform the national anthem because she was wearing a jersey with the words "we matter." >> the makeup artist told us about the moment when they side
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you can't wear jersey. >> she was dumbfounded, she didn't have much to say, we were all dumb founded. and it was just kind of like, what? what? and she immediately got tears in her eyes and i could tell that she was sad. >> the sixers released a statement saying they encourage meaningful action to bring about change, but they didn't comment about the anthem controversy. well the biggest story with our weather today is a tremendous precipitation around our region. mt. pocono, they had a little bit of snow and some freezing rain. and some of those cold places, burks county, lehigh valley, cookstown only 46, leesport 46 degrees, allentown's only 45. bethlehem 46, easton 44 degrees.
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and on the other side of our area, we go from smyrna at 58, dover at 59, and over by the beaches, 63 at beverly beach. 33 to 63. here's the radar showing the heaviest rain moving through the area. looks like the northeast extension is the dividing line, everything east of the northeast extension is a whole lot wetter. and then the heavier and steadier rain has moved past philadelphia now, but there are more showers coming in within the next couple of hours, getting the heaviest rain at the jersey shore and that too will be correspondentinuing for a wh. here's the future cast, it's going to take until about 11:00 tonight for everything to get out of here and then we wait for another system on sunday, which
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will be a weak one. as you go through the night, if anything, the temperature is going up for a while, going into the 60s. but by morning we dry out, it's kind of chilly north and west, but then we get nothing but sunshine and wind, it's going to be a windy day and a warm wind coming in on saturday. 62 degrees, 66 lehigh valley. could get a few showers, but it's not going to be anything like today, and no rain for trick-or-treaters, the sunset is at exactly 6:00, so it will be totally dark by 6:30. temperatures dropping into the 50s by 8:00 at night. and the ten-day forecast, we see those 70 plus temperatures over the weekend a little bit cooler on halloween, and then watch those temperatures go back up next wednesday and thursday?
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>> i'm danny pommells, coming up, what the eagles have to do to beat the cowboys on sunday.
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like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots, biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty - and she's never abandoned them. hard work. family. playing it straight. that's katie. and the ads attacking her? they're a bunch of malarkey. katie's career is about looking out for families like yours. creating jobs, keeping our environment safe. she's a wife, a mom, a basketball fan, a homework supervisor. she's like you and she'll fight for you in the united states senate. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county, i cut out wall street middlemen to protect pensions.
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now, as chairman of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i'm leading the fight to stop the epidemic of heroin and opioid abuse. as attorney general, i'll prosecute anyone who scams our seniors. and i'll hold the oil and gas companies accountable to keep our drinking water safe. i'm josh shapiro. i'll be an attorney general who always fights for you. i'm danny pommells from csn. eagles-cowboys continuing to prepare for the showdown on sunday night. >> you have heard that expression, the defense will travel? that's what the eagles need to find out. the birds are 3-0 at home, outscoring their opponents
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83-23. but they're 1 and 2 and the defense has not played as well. and the cowboys rely on their raining game, the best rushing attack in football. and their game plan is much like the red skins, they must slow down ezekiel elliott. >> he's taken everybody pretty much to school. >> it's not just a single man, everybody on defense has to do their job, if one guy is out of place and one guy missing a tackle, he can misa good play. >> if they're able to run the ball on us, it's going to be a long game. >> reporter: and a couple of guys have hurt the eagles in recent memory. fletcher cox has the most against the birds. at the nova care complex, john clark, csn. >> there's only one tv station
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to watch the eagles game sunday night, that's nbc 10. kickoff is at 8:30. don't miss eagles postgame final from texas. joel embiid made his debut. >> he made the first shot and then the fans were so into the game, it was just a lot of fun. >> here at the wells fargo center, the flyers host.
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all right, here's the latest radar. you can see one more decent band that's about to come through in the next hour, then we're going to be seeing windy and chillier weather tomorrow, a nice warm
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weekend, and a chilly but dry halloween. tonight, money trail. a hacked memo raises new questions about how the clintons struck it rich as hillary clinton hits the trail with her not so secret weapon. >> the trump campaign's plan to win by making voters want to stay home. the secret service agents protecting the candidates willing to take a bullet. so why aren't they getting paid for the extra hours? calls for congress to fix it. dramatic standoff. armed soldiers and police in riot gear clash with protesters at a tense pipeline standoff. tonight, word of arrests. scammers busted. cameras capture the raid as authorities move in on a massive crime ring. callers posing as irs workers, their threats tricking americans into paying debts that didn't exist. nightly news begins right


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