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a new week, chris sowers is here, he went outside checking out the leaves. >> reporter: i'm getting mixed emotions about the warmup. some people are all for it, others want cooler weather for the season. >> they will have plenty of >> reporter: climate experts will tell you that, but it's an el nino year and it usually a milder winter. we have the fall colors you can see the reds and yellows. a slight breeze out of the south which has warmed the temperatures up. take a look at the comparison from yesterday to today. 29 degrees in allentown yesterday around 7:00 a.m. look at the jump in the numbers. pilots, 45. ham top, 50 degrees, that was
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the morning low. yesterday you were down to 30. smyrna, delaware, 48. 59 in philadelphia. millville, 59. wilmington, 58. dover, 59. sea isle city, all the shorepoints are in the 60s. even the poconos closing in on 50 degrees. obviously the warmer air is starting to make its way in here, the warming trend will continue through the entire seven-day forecast. in the meantime we have clouds out there, showers pass running through in the next hour or is to. otherwise it's cloudy skies, breaks of sunshine, 67 degrees by 3:00 p.m. forecasting the high of 68, look at the sunset time 4:59. when i come back we'll talk about the warmer temperatures in the forecast. >> a fire at an apartment complex on the 1900 block of sandy hill road in plymouth meeting. 18 of the buildings, ports --
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apartments destroyed. another woman ran to her balcony and called 911. she describes how the firefighters came to her rescue. >> they put a ladder up and climbed up and helped me and put me in a chair. i had nothing but my pants and shirt and no socks or shoes, someone lefnt me shoes. i probably lost everything. >> the red cross is helping those displaced by the fire with temporary shelter red paws is housing four animals. from the delaware newsroom a woman is rushed to the hospital after losing control of her car. it happened on 202 near faulk road in fairfax. the woman lost control and ran off the road at hit a guardrail
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at 1:00. she was taken to christiana hospital with non-life threatening injuries. police are looking for a gunman who shot and killed a man on the front porch of his own home on kramer street before 11:00 p.m. police say a man in his 30s was shot in the leg as he sat on the front porch. he ran inside the home an collapsed. he was rushed to cooper medical center where he later died. police have no suspects or motives for the shooting. philadelphia police are looking for a driver who hit a pedestrian and took off on foot in a halloween costume. the man was hit at pattison and broad streets at 8:30. he was rushed to jefferson hospital with injuries to his face. the driver of the truck who was dressed in a superman costume got out and ran off toward the septa congress course. a long time radio host
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passed away, pinky kravatz passed away yesterday. he served's the host of -- servinged as host of pinky's corner for 59 years. funeral services will be held for a former new jersey mayor whose body was found on a beach. the former clayton mayor was found dead on the beach in strathmere on tuesday, reports say he drowned. other details have not been released. he served as mayor from 2009 to 2012. open enrollment for the healthcare known as the affordable care act. health plan premiums are expected to rise sharply for next year. open enrollment runs through the end of january. if you need help there's free
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help available today independence blue cross will provide licensed agents at the bala cynwood shopping center from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.. voters will cast their ballots for a new mayor on tuesday. the two candidates are courting voters this weekend. has you covered for all the races in the area. >> the temple owls fight hard, but were four points shy of a win against notre dame, last night. >> it was a heartbreaking loss, but temple pride is so strong after holding their own against the top ranked fighting irish team, jamie apody spoke to the players after the game. >> always the underdog coming so close. temple goes down 24-20, but boy
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was there fight in the cherry and white. they proved they can play with any one in the nation. >> we're not here to lose, we're going to fight, scratch, claw and make sure we don't lose any more. >> this proves you can play with anybody. >> temperaturesly we -- definitely, we can play with anybody in the country. we have to get back and correct our mistakes. >> reporter: what do you think the team will take from this? >> it shows how good of a team we are, we have a lot of guys who can do whatever. we have great guys. >> reporter: this is just the beginning for temple football in front of a packed house, lincoln financial field, temple record, 69,280 fans and the nation watching on tv. temple proves philadelphia can be a football town after all.
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at lincoln financial field, jamie apody channel 6 "action news." >> you know temple students are a little heartbroken after watching the owls fall to the fighting irish, but temple pride was abundant following the game. action cam was on campus after the game. they said they are proud of their performance on the field. >> up by four points to notre dame, we killed it, we lost by four points and held our own. >> i think it was a good game. i didn't expect temple to put up such a fight. i thought notre dame was going to kick their butt. i was very happy. >> i think they did a great job with the momentum. it was a fun game to watch. even though it wasn't the outcome we were hoping for, it was a great game to watch. >> stiewnts -- students say they expect the owls to be
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better next year. several showers are walking or running through fairmont park to do their part to battle lung cancer. the free to breathe walk and run is taking part in the race. our nydia han is emceeing the race, nydia's mother died from lung cancer. lost monday, the national constitution center presented the 2015 liberty medal to the dalai lama. he spoke about his humanitarian mission. health concerns prevented him from accepting the award. richard gere accepted the medal on his behalf. he plans to give the 100,000-dollar prize to charity. you can see the broadcast right here on 6abc at 1:00 p.m. immediately following "action
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news" at noon. >> i didn't realize he was from philadelphia. >> i found out after an interview he was born in philadelphia. his parents are from brooklyn, pennsylvania, he calls it the real brooklyn. >> hefty fines over a heart device, hundreds of hospitals across the u.s. including one in our area are punished by the federal government, details on why. >> plus, mangled and twisted medal left behind after a possible tornado ripped through texas. at home, sky6 live hd looking at philadelphia international airport. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with some numbers we think you're going to like when we come right back. >> the death toll in texas m
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a line of heavy thunderstorms has reached 6. two straight days of high wind and heavy rains spawned three tornados and flooding. at least four people died on friday and two bodies were found yesterday. two of the deaths were in houston where officials say a tornado damaged an apartment building in the northwestern part of the city. the storm shifted from central texas to the houston area yesterday. by noon houston firefighters made more than 130 water rescues. the emergency line received 44 reports of flooded buildings. the storm knocked out power to
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close to 50,000 homes. >> reporter: the folks in the lonestar state had the remnants of patricia last weekend some areas 20 inches of rain and an additional 10 inches that's 30 inches in two weeks. that's making for rough times down there. our weather has been absolutely perfect compared to that stuff downer there. we have cloud cover right now, a few passing showers, otherwise it's quiet. there's the view in atlantic city. the camera is shaking a little bit. we have gusts out of the south 15 to 20 miles per hour it's out of the south and that's warming things up. double scan live is showing the front pushing through. those showers are east of baltimore the bottom of the screen through wilmington and south of philadelphia pushing into south jersey, just a few spritzes and sprinkles, one or two areas, of brief passing showers, once it pulls flue, it's clouds and sun.
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59 degrees dewpoint 49. the air is very dry. winds out of the south/southwest at 14 miles per hour. the pressure reading is starting to fall off. 59 for philadelphia. wilmington, 58. 59 for millville and dover. shorepoints in the 60s. far western suburbs mid 50s. temperatures running anywhere from 5 to 15 degrees milder than yesterday at this same time. again, it's all thanks to the soughterly breezes here -- southerly breezes here. 5 to 15 miles per hour gusting to 22 miles per hour in atlantic city. as long as the winds are out of the south that means milder temperatures. there's the front pushing through. it's moisture-starved. the steadier stuff is up in new england and the carolinas. it's dry across the delaware valley it's eating everything up. clearing is taking place across the western portions of the keystone state. we'll allow for a passing shower
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in the next hour and 45 minutes. once this pulls through the weather should be quiet the rest of the afternoon. future tracker showing brightening skies 1:00 p.m. in time for the the football games. sunshine peeking through, terms in the 60s. reading, lancaster 67. philadelphia, 65. millville, 63. everybody seeing clearing before sunset. temperatures topping out around 68 or 69. overnight tonight partly cloudy. monday we start out with cloud cover as a storm system approaches from the south. by afternoon the dry air wins again, wins the battle here, we'll see the return of sunshine and once again, it's a mild day in the mid 60s. this is the system we're watching this particular forecast model runs it off the virginia capes. other models allow it to pass over the delaware bay. accuweather will allow for
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showers tomorrow afternoon south of philadelphia. the forecast model is suggesting it's going to be a system that heads out to sea. forecast today mid to upper 60s, maybe a passing shower, clouds and sunshine, reading, 68. philadelphia, 68. millville, 67. shortens anywhere from 65 to 70 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, if you like the 70s we have a ton of them for you. 66 tomorrow. tuesday election day, lots of sunshine, 72. wednesday, 73. thursday, 72. friday, 73. kind of a repetitive pattern here. sunday we cool it down, temperatures in the low 60s and next week we're in the 70s again. >> oh, my goodness, that's the kind of repetition i'll take you we'll get your address for the thank you cards! [laughter] >> check out this spooky house
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in trainer, delaware county. this erie scene was found on langley street. that was kind of scary. here's a chain saw clown running down the street chasing that. i would have peed my pants, the couple said they did it all by hand. the kids who were chased by the clown said it was awesome. >> i can't get into the clown thing. it actually might be nice 0
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enough to go to the beach this week. sky6 live hd looking live at cape may, 70s later. chris sowers will have the details coming up. a hospital in montgomery county are among the hundreds hit with steep fines over wrong doing. 457 hospitals across the country implanted cardiac devices in
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medicare patients in violation of you laws, only patients with certainly characters qualify. according to a new report from the world health organization, 1.1 million people died of tb. during the same period hiv aids killed 1.2 million people that include 400,000 people who were infected with both, hiv and tb. researchers gathered data from 250 countries for the report. world health said two-thirds of the world population you should the -- urged the age of 50 have herp
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herpies. additional 470 million have hsv2 that's the kind that causes genital american medical society has put an a program to check heart, weight and cholesterol. it can lead to healthier diets and lifestyles. many have been told to keep blood pressure at 140 over 80.
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could keep it at 120 can reduce hoop by one-third. >> they give them a monitoring machine and they keep a record of their blood pressure. >> talking to your doctor and taking medication are crucial steps to a healthy blood pressure.
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inland we're dry, great lakes, ohio valley looks already. all the rain is across the gulf coast states pushing eastward into the had panhandle of floria into the carolinas. panhandle is wet, if you're going to disney world it will be dry today and tomorrow thick with tampa and miami. major hubs flights are time. logan, 53. chicago midway and o'hare, 47. orlando, 80 degrees, atlanta, 61. newark, 58 degrees all the flights are on time. alicia. >> all right, chris, thank you. consumer alert to tell you about this morning. 1800 pounds of skippy peanut butter is being recalled because it may contain metal shavings.
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the jars were sent to target and walmart stores in seven states including delaware. the metal shavings were caused by an equipment malfunction. drew bar- barrymore reflects only the changes in her life in her new book. some of the biggest names in music have lent their voices to a compiling album putting a take on their classic disney tunes. you'll here from qwen stefani. and fall out boy i would to be
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like you -- i want to be like you from the jungle book. >> i'm on board for that. i can't wait. >> disney tunes. there's much more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news." what do you spend your money on? pizza good start. a new study highlights the millennials and the findings may or maintain surprise you. a sinkhole opens up, plus, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we like it, we're shiewr you'll like it.
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>> tough loss, the temple owls fall to north dame in a historic game at the linc. several people are dead after a car plows into trick or treaters in new york city. >> plus, gop candidates plan to meet today about future debates. >> chris sowers is outside with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. a beautiful day out there. >> reporter: it's not bad, but a little chilly with the breeze. cloudy skies, temperatures in the 40s and 50s now which is a far cry from where we were
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yesterday at this time when some of the outlying suburbs were in the 20s. quakertown, 53. yesterday, 29 degrees. 55 in martins creek. tanersville 49. center city almost 60. kennett square 53. 58 in glassboro, buena, 59. woodbine, 60. hammonton, 589 and dover, 59 degrees. we have showers pushing through it's associated with a warm front to the west. just off the screen, pittsburgh, johns town starting to clear. we'll keep the clouds in place over the next few hours, a spritz or sprinkle and by lunchtime we'll see the skies brighten up a bit. breezy and warmer, good morning! , 68 degrees, that's the forecasted high, winds out of the southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. we'll see stronger gusts 25 to 30 miles per hour down the jersey shore.
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lunchtime, 64. 3:00 p.m., 67. 6:00 p.m., at that point it's dark, 63 degrees, the sun sets at 45:89. get ready for that. unusually warm weather moves into the delaware valley this week. temperatures range from anywhere from 70 to 75 degrees. i'll have that when i see you in just a little bit. guys? >> police in kennett square, chester county are investigating reports of halloween candy that was tampered with. a needle was found inside five wrapped twix candy bars they were given to four different children who were trick or treating last night in kennett square. police are looking at the candy and the packaging. look at the candy before letting your children eat it. we'll have more on "action news" and temple students are holding
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their heads up high thanks to a gritty performance by 89 football against the 9th ranked north -- notre dame. they were not able to keep the irish out of the endzone. the owls looks like 24-20. a record crowd of almost 70,000 people packed the link last night for the purpose of the the nationally televised contest. temple fans enjoyed their team standing up to a notre dame while irish fans were glad they were able to get out of town with a win. >> it was a good fight, it was an awesome game. >> it was huge, philadelphia. >> you see the donald trump costume. it's huge.
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fans cheered temple. temple's best starting record in the 130 year history. >> a trapeze artist is recovering after falling in fairmont park this weekend. 19-year-old man fell 30 feet apparatus and landed in the crowd while performing yesterday. he was rushed to penn presbyterian hospital in stable condition. nobody in the audience was hurt. a rutgers university student has been arrested for stabbing two people inside the dorm on friday night. it happened in new brunswick. daniel lee anndre was arrested for attempted murder. he and one of the victims are students at rutgers. it was a halloween nightmare in new york city when a man plowed his car into a group of trick or treaters.
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three people were killed. the out-of-control car jumped the curb and hit 6 pedestrians. the car came to a stop on the front yard of the home. a 65-year-old man and his granddaughter were killed. also killed a 24-year-old man who was crushed when he pushed his sister out of the way. a witness described the chaotic scene. >> a family trick and treating walk behind me, all of a sudden, the car literally jumped over a parked car and flew into the gate. hitting a bunch of people. >> heartbreaking. witnesses say the driver of the car bumped the car in front of him several times enter the crash. no charges ventricle filed in connection with with the deadlyd deadly crash. a terror attack in somalia
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deaths have risen to 15. al-shabaab claimed responsibility. they claimed they are battling government security forces in the buildings, but government troops say they have gained control of the hotel. in russia, people are paying their respects to the families of the plane crash over the sinai region. all 244 people were killed when it crashed 23 minutes after taking off. afternoon isis claim of downing the -- an isis claim of downing the plane is not credible. meanwhile, several airlines say they will stay out of that aerospace as a precaution. in romania the investigation continues into a deadly fire in a nightclub in bucharest where the president paid his respects yesterday. 27 people were killed and more than 160 injured when the blaze was ignited inside that crowded
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nightclub. a remote control deep ocean vehicle may be used to determine if the wreckage found near the bahamas is in fact the cargo ship of el faro row.sonar detece 15,000 feet below the surface. it is believe that all crew members on boar, -- on board including 28 americans died. chipotle have closed all restaurants in washington and oregon after 22 people became sick with e coli. no deaths have been reported. that prompted chipotle to close 43 strawbts in -- restaurants in
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the two states. police are warning parents to check kids halloween candies after a disposable razor blade was found in the snickers bar. the daughter took a bite before realizing the glad was inside. it was the only piece of candy tampered with in that area. a lot of parents tossing out their kids candy or checking it closely after hearing incidents like these. in iowa a school bus driver is in legal trouble over what happened in this video. it shows the driver grabbing the snecial -- special needs student by his coat and hitting him in the face. the bus driver has been arrested and charged with assault and child endangerment.
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turning to the race for the white house the republican candidates will gather in washington today to discuss changes they want in future debates. this comes on the heals of last week's -- comes on the heels of last week'sontentious debate that had candidates taking shots at the moderateors. >> these debates are to take a look at the candidates, instead it's turned into a gotcha. bernie sanders was and hillary clinton were on road last week clinton in new
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hampshire. >> a driver needs a helping hand after getting his car stuck in floodwaters in louisiana this weekend. >> taking a live look sky6 live hd for you this morning in atlantic city. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with a whole bunch of 7s. wouldn't it be nice to go to the beach twhreek? we'll be right back.
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>> people in the area of baton rouge, louisiana are dealing with severe flooding. this is the second weekend in a row they have had to push cars out of water and get them to higher ground. a giants sinkhole in snra has residents -- in florida, has residents packing their bags, 22 feet wide and 27 feet deep.
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residents were relieved because the hole was between homes and not under them. two years ago a sinkhole swallowed a home killing the man in the house. the homeowners are talking to insurance companies about what their options are. those things are scary. >> reporter: they swallow everything. >> you're mr. popularity this week. temperatures are not going down, they are going up. >> you're peeping and good temperatures. >> reporter: if you're one who enjoys the fall foliage, get out there. you'll not see a ton of sun you'll see clouds, which means the colors will be really, really nice, lots of reds and oranges and yellows. it's a quiet day and it's going to be warm, temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. doubling scan live we have a warm front in the process of pushing through right now. behind the warm front, actually the air mass in places like
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harrisburg and pittsburgh pacific in origin, very mild air. once this crosses. the temperatures will will not e dropping they will be increasing. it's a typical forecast you would see in september as opposed to november. 68 degrees that is the high temperature. the low this morning 55, 1 degrees above the seasonal average of 43. everybody in the upper 50s, the exception being the far western suburbs. 55 in reading, allentown, trenton, 57. millville, 59. 60s across the shorepoints anywhere from 9 to 13, 14, 15 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. you can see the milder air is pushing in. steady moisture is pushing to the north and the south. we're split in between the two. the northern system has the pacific air that will dominate
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the flow aloft over the next several days. down at the bottom of the screen, that system will hang out for the next couple of days, the forecast models take it off the virginia capes and the carolinas over the next 36 hours. it's not going to get as far north as the delaware valley. there are a couple of models that suggest dover, delaware will see brief passing showers, maybe southern cape may county. everybody's will be dry tomorrow. today will be dry after a brief shower. a mild flow, the two systems splitting the area in half. this southern storm races out to sea. it's milder southwesterly breezes the rest of the week. really, really nice. skies will brighten up after lunchtime we get into the mid 60s. depending on how much sun you see determines how warm it will get. we'll go 68 degrees in philadelphia.
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the model had the western suburbs in the 70s. temperatures be well above average. overnight tonight, partly cloudy, first thing tomorrow morning, cloudy skies, the clouds begin to fizzle out, by afternoon it's sthien -- sunshine and temperatures up in the mid 60s. 68 degrees, brief passing shower that last half-hour, 45 minutes, and then it's clouds and sun. breezy and warm. winds out of the southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour partly cloudy and milder overnight. 46 degrees suburbs, 53 center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a ton of 70s. 66 degrees monday, cloudy and warm. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, we keep it going, 70, 70, 70. even the start of next week looks very, very mild. this is a very typical el nino-like pattern. this what we see the southern branch. jet stream tends to dominate that brings mild weather we'll
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see the pattern take shape now, it could last through the entire months. november. we won't be in the 70s the whole time, but it will be milder. >> we'll be okay. it was a fun night for trick or treaters in northeast philadelphia. >> happy halloween!>> check og for them, a pirate ship. the home was completely decked out, skeletons pirate treasures the whole nine yards. they really outdid themselves there. we'll be right back. phil! oh no... (under his breath) hey man! hey peter. (unenthusiastic) oh...
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study highlights what ma -- millennials are spending their money on, pizza. when money is transferred, they have to include a brief message. researchers found that 20 somethings today are buying pizza. can you blame them? we're at the "action news" big board with the big talkers, an nba cheerleaders is claim wage abuse, she has filed suit against the milwaukee bucks. she committed time to practices
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and games, she was paid less than minimum wage in wisconsin saying it's unfair. >> they hold you to such a high standard. it's disheartening and they expect you to put in so much time and effort for it. >> she said she received no compensation for the beauty regiment we was required to keep. in response the bucks said they treat all employees in compliance with federal and state law. the nfl handed out two fines to two pittsburgh players. the league slapped him for a uniform violation for more than $5,700. williams recently requested the right to wear pink accessories
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on his uniform all season, but denied by the league. in the second case, william gate was fined for wearing purple cleelts -- cleats to show support for domestic violence. his mother was shot and killed by his stepmother. williams requested to wear pink all season and was denied. we'll be back with sports.
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since 1961, pearle vision has been providing expert eye care. today, we make caring for your eyes even easier. right now, buy one pair of glasses, and get another pair free. this is genuine eye care in your neighborhood. this is pearle vision. came so close to winning their historic matchup against notre dame, plus the world series could wrap up tonight, here's jeff skeverski with all your sunday morning sports.
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>> reporter: with temple down 4 at the half, the 9th rank notre dame coach matt ruhl tolds players in the locker room if you don't know you belong with these guys know you know. temple played like they belonged until the final minute. it was electric at the sold out lincoln financial field. cherry and white fighting back, second quarter, pj walker to shippen. 94 touchdown drive. temple scored with ten unanswered points. kieser, 75-yard run. the biggest return all season. cherry and white fight, fight, fight back. thomas, tusm -- touchdown, temple takes a lead on the field goal, two to go.
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former roman catholic star quiet until this. temple down 4. the owls with the chance to win the game. minute and change left, pj walker steps up and throws, picked off, it is their first turnover it comes at the worst time. temple comes oh, so close, temple losing 24-20, their first loss of the season. >> how heartbreaking is it to come so close. >> you know this is not the high point of our season. no one likes to lose, we're all a bunch of winners here. we have to come back here programmed and get ready for our next opponent and fix our mistakes and get back to playing temple football. >> we had an opportunity to win the game, they made a great defensive play. >> head coach said there's no northerly -- moral victories.
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penn state dresses up for an explosive play making offense. it was a happy halloween in happy valley. james franklin, look alike. hackenberg, it's a trick, wide open, penn state 22-zip. they runaway with it in the 4th. all seven wins at home. game four of the world series, mets trying to even the series at two games apiece, they had a late lead. you will not believe what happened. a big time meltdown in the big apple. kansas scores three in the 8th to come from behind. daniel murphy a bill bucklerresque play in the 8th
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oh, my. the royals are not done. they add two more to win game four. royals win 5-3 they are a win away from winning the world series. that will sing in new york for -- that will sting in new york for are a while. i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. >> it's not over yet. how much do you think it's worth to go to see the first world series in new york? ready for it? $17,000 each for that price they got seats behind home plate for friday night's game 3. 89 original ticket price was less than 700 bucks which sounds like a bargain compared to 17,000. wednesday night in kansas it was over 14,000. the most expensive super bowl ticket it was for 13,000, we have a record here. >> you must remember, though,
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neither of these teams have been in a -- royals have. the mets haven't been in a world series since -- >> they want to be there. a major construction project has resumed now that the pope's visit is behind us, we'll get a look at the work being done and how it can affect your morning commute. >> plus, the usual markings on a could you, we'll show you how the bovine looked on halloween. plus chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues. ♪
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november 1. nydia han is off, alicia vitarelli joins us. in the news, a woman is dead after flames rip through an apartment complex in montgomery county. >> temple owls fall short of a win. >> plus a warmup as we start a new week. chris sowers is at the big board with the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: i've been mentioning this all morning long, the first week of november
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will start like the last week of september. you remember yesterday at this time areas were down in the 30s and morning lows in the 20s well north and west of the city. we've been replaced with the upper 50s, saint davids 56. center city if you pushing 60 d. dover, 60. we've got more on the coast. on the boards in atlantic city, 60 degrees, woodbine and surf city showing 60. we have cloud cover in place, right now, but later this afternoon we expect the see the skies brightening up. with the temperatures a little bit milder we'll finish milder. we're expecting highs 68 to 70 degrees. double scan live a few spritzes and sprinkles south jersey, salem, cumberland, cape may county. delsea drive millville, vineland a couple of spritzes and
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sprinkles not mounting to all that much. warm front is pushing through now. breezy and warmer today highs in the upper 60s when i come back in just a little bit we'll show you the 70s in the seven-day forecast. guys. >> thank you. the big story on "action news" this sunday morning is a deadly fire at the montgomery county apartment complex. 18 apartments were destroyed along with blaze that killed a woman. trish hartman on the scene, trish an absolutely tragic scene today. >> reporter: that's right, we're waiting to learn the woman's name. you can take a look at the damage behind me. a number of neighbors have gathered to look at the damage. the woman's fiance tried to save her, but the sunoco and flames were too much -- but the sunoco
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and flames -- smoke and flames were too much. >> when i sandy brooker was rd from her apartment saturday night, another woman was not so lucky, she was killed in the buildings after her fiance attempted to rescue her. a third alarm was struck before midnight. 18 apartments were destroyed and 30 people were displaced and held by the red cross. it's a non-sprinkler wood framed structure, so without the sprinklers it moves quick. >> reporter: because we turned back the clocks this weekend check the batteries in your smoke alarms as well. trish hartman channel 6 "action
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news." >> thank you. and this is just into "action news" this morning, as well, police in atlantic city are investigating the discovery of a body found at a hotel. police were called to the boardwalk and new york avenue at 7:00 a.m., no word on a possible cause of death. from our delaware newsroom, a woman is rushed to the hospital after losing control of her car. it happened on 202 in fairfax, at 1:00 a.m. state police say the woman lost control and ran off the road and hit a guardrail at 1:00 a.m. this morning she was taken to chris i can't -- christiana hosl with non-life threatening injuries. police are looking for a gunman who shot and killed a man on the front porch of his own home on kramer street. a man in his 30s was shot in the leg as he sat on the front porch. he ran inside the home and collapsed. he was rushed to cooper medical
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center where he died. police have no suspects or motives for the shooting. philadelphia police are looking for a driver who hit a pedestrian and took off on foot in a halloween costume. the man was hit on pattison avenue near broad street in south philadelphia at 8:30. he was rushed to jefferson hospital with injuries to his faith. police say the driver of the truck who was dressed in a superman costume ran away. pinky kravats died yesterday at the age of 88. he hosted pinky's corner on wond1400 for 59 seize. funeral services will be held for a former new jersey mayor found on the beach. jeffrey radio was found on the beach in strathmere on tuesday.
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reports say he drown, though, other details have not been released. happening today, open enrollment begins for the federal healthcare law known as the affordable care act intended to serve those who don't have insurance. healthcare premiums offered are expected to rise sharply for next year. open enrollment runs to the end of january. if you need help there's free help available independence blue cross will provide licensed agents at the bala cynwood shopping from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00. voters will cast their ballots on tuesday for a brand new mayor. the two candidates are courting voters this weekend as election day draws near. "action news" and, of course we have you covered for
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all the races in the area. >> the temple owls fought harold, but just four points shy of a win against north dame. >> reporter: while it was a heartbreaking loss, temple pride is stronger than ever after the team held its own against the top ranked fighting irish team. jamie apody talked to players after the game. >> reporter: it's the ultimate philly story always the underdog always coming oh, so close. boy their fight of the cherry and white they proved they can play any team in the nation. >> we're not here to lose, we'll fight, scratch, claw so make sure we don't lose any more. >> we know we can play with anybody in the country. we're a great team we look a loss, but we have to get back and correct our mistakes.
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>> reporter: what do you think the team will take from this. >> it shows how good of a team we are. we have a lot guys who can do whatever. we have great guys with character. inaudible. >> reporter: this is just the beginning for temple football. in front of a packed house lincoln financial field, temple record 69,280 fans. temple proved philadelphia can be a football town after all. at lincoln financial field jamie apody channel 6 "action news." and of course temple students are a little heartbroken after watching the owls fall to the fighting irish. but temple pride was abundant following last night's game. "action news" spoke to students on campus after the game. they say despite the loss to the number 9 ranked north dame team they were proud of their performance on the field. >> we killed it we lost by four points and held our own.
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>> i didn't expect temple to put up such a fight. i not notre dame was going to kick their butt. >> i thought they did a great job with the momentum. it was a fun game to watch. they fought their way. it wasn't the outcome we were all hoping for, it was a great game to watch. >> the students say they expect the owls to be better next year. several thousands people are walking or running through fairmont park to do their part to battle lung cancer, the free to breathe one mile walk and 5k run are taking place right now. nydia han is participating. nydia's mother who did not smoke died of lunger cancer. fundraising efforts continue throughout november. otherwise he --s hope to raise $400,000.
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4,000 people are taking part in the cooper nor cross run the ben franklin bridge events. it benefits the lark school for students with disabilities. the bridge is scheduled to reopen in 20 minutes or so. last monday the national constitution center presented the 2015 liberty medal to the dalai lama. he spoke via video about his humanitarian mission. richard gere accepted the medal on his behalf. the dalai lama plans to give the $100,000 prize to the charity. you can see the liberty broadcast on 6abc at 1:00 p.m. immediately following "action news" at noon. richard gere wasn't raised here in philadelphia, but born here in philadelphia. and his parents are from brooklyn, pennsylvania.
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>> and you got to meet him. >> he is a wonderful man, it's a great event. you should watch the broadcast at 1:00. >> halloween revelry how one town rolled pumpkin also down the street. now a live look through sky6 live hd at penns landing, meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast accuweather search day forecast when we come right back. nice shot of the leaves and the trees this morning.
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blinds to go's 60th anniversary sale is 1! woo-hoo! right now buy one get one at half price throughout the entire store. blinds. shades. sunscreens. the entire store!
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hey, any excuse for a party. and big savings. blinds to go. blinds for life. to believe it. it shows flood waters seeping into the subway train car in portland oregon. people were on the train stuck on board when it happened. this saturday -- this is as a result of storms moving through oregon and washington state. >> i wouldn't want to be on that train. >> reporter: that's scary stuff right there. let's get you outside and show you what's going on as we go live, that's the city avenue camera. look at that shot. that's where i stand when i do my life pitch outside. we have the pumpkins and the fall foliage, siewk he the leaves. these are -- corn stalks and the
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leaves. this is todd look at that color, this is a nice sugar maple all the oranges and the reds that's in berks county. this is warrington, you can see the sugar maple. it's a perfect time of the year to view this. we're peaking up and down the entire delaware valley. only moderate color across cumberland, atlantic and cape may counties. maybe that's something you would like to do, facebook football isn't your thing, -- maybe football isn't your thing. get out and enjoy the leaves. we have a few spritzes and sprinkles across cumberland and cape may counties. we have a strong southwesterly
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breeze at 16 miles per hour. down the shore they are gusting 25 to 30 miles per hour. 355 in allentown. reading, 56. wilmington, 58. 60s across the board across south jersey. satellite and radar, lots of clouds cover this morning, but there's a frontal system stuck in here that will sweep through that will take the cloud cover along with it. later this afternoon we'll go mostly cloudy this morning. combination of sun and clouds, that will help to warm us up close to 70 degrees, here's double scan live 3d. we'll set it in motion, most of the activity is way to the south across the southern portions of the delmarva. maybe getting as far north as sussex county delaware, that's about it. we're missing out on the rain. we don't need the rain at this point we got a good soaking a couple of weeks ago. we're doing already in the rainfall department. we'll be doing all right with the temperatures later on. we'll set it in motion, 4:00 p.m. mid up to upper 60s.
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increasing sunshine, the sun sets before 5:00 p.m. it's a shame we're clearing so late. overnight tonight, partly cloudy, first thing tomorrow morning clouding up again as another storm system passes on by to the south. maybe it gets as far north as dover. otherwise clouds and sun monday afternoon. it's a milder day with temperatures in the up upper 6s. up and down the entire southeastern seaboard we have a huge area of high pressure that will put temperatures easily in the 70s. there are a couple of days that wouldn't shock me if we get to 74, 75 degrees. clouds and sun, philadelphia, 68. millville, 67. another mild night overnight lows in the 40s and 50s under partly cloudy skies.
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66 tomorrow. 72 tuesday, sunny and warm. wednesday, 73. thursday, 72. friday is nice, another high in the 70s. saturday, 70 degrees, the cooler day would be in the 60s and monday tuesday and wednesday in the 70s. >> maybe bad news, it's a necessity that causes many commuters to grown, work has resumed on a massive construction project to rebuild the supports for i676. you'll need your patience. >> reporter: 23,000 drivers a day navigator the parkway between logan circle. they are dealing with the changing traffic pattern. >> you're going to the inner
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lane it's been shut off. >> reporter: drivers driving west on vine must stay in the outer lanes. eastbound traffic narrows at 21st street and makes a right hand jog as it approaches a construction staging area. westbound traffic shares what use to be eastbound only lanes. this is the latest in a massive project to rebuild seven aging bridges spanning i676. much of the focus ask on this area where -- owe is on this area where it passes the parkway. 20 street is supported by enormous 96 by 500-foot bridge that must be replaced in phases. drivers are not the only ones affected, pedestrians are being redirected.
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>> i thought it was closed, i didn't know if it was new construction. >> reporter: it's different. >> it's different. we can deal with it. we're trying. it's an improvement. >> reporter: john rawlins channel 6 "action news."
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>> odd unusual pictures of the week. this sunday they are all
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halloween related. caskets were streaming down an ohio street at scary speeds as you can see here. modified caskets are race cars. it's a popular event that draws big crowds each and every year. check this out, he may no longer be number one in the polls, but donald trump is still on top when it comes to jack jack-o-lantern. check out the trump king, as he would say it's huge. it was created depiction of his face using a 374-pound pumpkin. it took ten hours to finish the masterpiece. now to this story here, miles per high schoolers in the cleveland area smashing pumpkins and
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sliding down. it's the annual pumpkin role. the inside are spilled all the way down and they grab something to slide on, and there they go down the hill on the pumpkin guts, it began as a prank back in 1969 and then it turned into this very sticky slimy tradition right here. finally to guy right here, north dakota might have the best costume that nature could provide. the bovine has skull cow. the unique skull disien has been on the -- design has been on the cow's head since it was a calf. maybe that skull thing will
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save the cow from being dinner. >> here's a look at what's coming up on 6abc. america's funniest home videos and once once upon a time at 8:. quantico at 10 and "action news" at with walter perez and sarah bloomquist. >> chris sowers has another look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. that's in just a moment. we'll be right back. hey mom, i could use some basil. oh, sure thing, sweetie. life is eating out of a flower pot. wait where's the? right. it's being a food paparazzi. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet.
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as it should. and a takeout romantic. dessert! happy anniversary. life is mucho, and grande. life is eating, laughing, loving and a place to enjoy it together.
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>> inside story is coming up later on 6abc, here's matt o'donnell with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, everyone, i hope you have a great sunday coming up on inside
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story, it's election day on tuesday, they are going out to vote. philadelphia will elect a new mayor on tuesday, either melissa bailey or jim kenny. well take a look at the campaigns and see who will sit in city hall in january. how does bill cosby turn up in a district attorney's race in montgomery. it's coming unon inside story at 11:00 a.m. we'll see you then. >> time for the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast chris. >> reporter: we have cloud cover out there, we'll see sunshine later on. it's a much warmer day, 68 degrees, breezy, 66 tomorrow. >> reporter: mostly cloudy skies, tuesday wednesday, lots of sunshine. thursday and friday more in the way of clouds, but very warm. saturday evening, saturday night next weekend there could be one or two showers around, but lots of milder temperatures in the foreseeable future looks good.
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>> this week with george stephanopoulos is coming up next on of abc. martha raddatz fills in with george and talks with newly elected house speaker paul ryan. >> here's martha with a preview. >> reporter: we have a packed show starting with the breaking news, a deadly plane crash and isis is claiming responsibility. cot terror group take down an an airline. then we talk to ben carson on the big changes he wants in the republican debates. all that and much more ahead on this week. >> "action news" continues at noon here some of the stories we're working on for you. a woman is dead after an apartment complex goes up in flames in montgomery county. our live coverage continues. >> does getting pet insurance pay off? consumer reports weighs the pros and the cons. for nydia han, alicia vitarelli, chris sowers, i'm eva pilgrim.
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have a great morning. it's fall all. [laughter]. who can name the third president? and the largest planet? someone we haven't heard from. anyone else? when comcast offered low-cost high-speed internet to low-income families, more than two million hands went up.
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and pretty soon, so did everyone's in the classroom. ok, veronica. youdgethe digital divide.
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>> announcer: starting right now on abc's "this week" -- breaking news. a passenger jet crashes, more than 200 dead. isis now claiming responsibility. could the terror group actually bring down a plane? the latest on the mid-air mystery. plus, republican revolt. tonight, campaigns meeting after the backlash over that debate. >> even in new jersey what you're doing is called rude. >> the man leading the charge for more changes. our exclusive guest this morning. we're one-on-one with ben carson. and on the brink, jeb bush facing his toughest moment yet, can he make a comeback or is he down for the count? >> announcer: from abc news, "this week" with george stephanopoulos begins now. good morning, i'm martha


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