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cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good. only fios can. donald trump has paid in federal in connection with taxes this morning, how both candidates are responding. riders share head up. it is illegal for uber and others to operate in philadelphia again. it is the ends of a magical era for the team, but not before one last tribute. >> good morning to you, sunday,
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6:00 a.m., sky6 live hd looking at the commodor barry bridge. you can see rain drops on the lens. kind of a wet start to the morning, chris. >> reporter: it's the same thing over and over again, more clouds more fog, more drizzle. let's get you outside, as we look live on center city skyline. you can't see much of anything because of the low-level clouds and patchy fog. we're seeing drizzle and misting. tempts in the 50s and 60s. poconos, 51. millville, 63. dover, 64. cape may showing 66. satellite and radar we have improving signs here. the upper level low which was sitting here yesterday is starting to move, it's up across the great lake states, that means we'll see clouds and patchy drizzle today.
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as the low pulls away the return of sunshine is expected tomorrow at least a little bit and more so as we get into tuesday. for today, same song and dance. mostly cloudy, areas of drizzle, patchy fog, there could breaks of sunshine, otherwise expect gray and 70 degrees is the forecasted high. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll let you know when we see sunshine in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and i will have an update on hurricane matthew. >> chris, i'm waiting for that consistency to come. you can follow all the weather headlines on 6abc.com/weather, we invite you to follow our weather team, as well on social media. >> all right, folks, your time 6:02. we turn to the race for the white house, donald trump is responding to the bombshell report about his taxes that was released in the new york times this morning state income
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filings in new york, new jersey and connecticut show a net loss of $916 million in federal taxable income. the filings were sent to the times anonymously, they may help hillary clinton approve other argument trump was not paying taxes for years. that came out as trump was campaigning in lancaster county, pennsylvania. which youchuck severson has mor. >> reporter: new york times claims it has obtained donald trump's tax records. trump declared 916 million-dollar loss on 1995 tax returns which could have allowed him to legally avoid paying federal income taxes for up to 18 careers. trump's campaign issued a statement that trump is not required to pay more in taxes than the law requires, it did not deny that he did not pay federal taxes. donald trump turning hillary clinton's words will bernie
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sanders supporters against him. >> attacking bernie sanders' supporters as living in their parents basement and trapped in deadened careers. >> reporter: bernie sanders has endorsed clinton and campaigns for her. >> mention of the late-night twitter barrage in which he counterattacked against alicia muchado. he called her a conand worst miss u. >> reporter: his latest twitter meltdown is unhinged. it proves yet again he is unfacility to be commander-in-chief. >> a new fox poll gives her a 6 8 pump. even though the national race is
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3 points within a dead heat. that means it's a break or break. >> the clinton campaign responded. trump avoided paying taxes for 2 decades while tens of millions of working families paid their. you can download our free 6abc news app available on the apple and google play stores. new this morning, five people are in custody in connection with a shooting in delaware county. a man was shot in the head at 21st and crozer street. it happened around 9:00 p.m. there is no word of the circumstances of the shooting or what led them to the five people. >> 6:05. two wilmington firefighters who died in a rowhouse fire last
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weekend were remembered yesterday. friends and families gathered at chase center to remember jersey jeer and christopher leach. the wilmington fire chief fought back tears. joe biden attended the service and under families to lean on each other and the fire community. >> hold each other tight, because when you do, they will both be there. >> at the end of that service, jerry fickes was promoted to lieutenant and christopher leach to fire captain. bob brooks will have more from the memorial in the next half-hour. federal investigators say all the signals leading into the hoboken terminal are working properly and not a factor in the crash of the new jersey transit train. the ntsb said it hadn't studied all of the signals yet because the train is still in the
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station and structural issues are preventing the crews from getting to the main section of the crash site. ntsb is reviewing camera footage looking for clues. an audit found dozens of safety violations months before the deadly crash. septa said the service will continue tomorrow on all the regional rail lines. septa pull 120 cars out of service in july due to defects. septa said enough cars will be available by tomorrow. it's illegal for uber and lyft drivers to operate in philadelphia. it's legal everywhere else. we look at what else change and how -- what's changed and how it could affect public schools. >> reporter: riders say they have no plans to stop using the
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services. for these girls there's hardly not a reason not to like the service like uber and lyft. >> it was nice, the guy was nice that we had. it was convenient. we didn't have to pay with parking. >> reporter: what's wrong with taxi? >> too expensive. >> reporter: it's illegal in philly after a 3 month authorization expired, it didn't go over very well. so you liked it? >> i loved it. >> reporter: i places the company in illegal limbo. >> i live in washington, d.c. write sold my car and use uber all the time. i started using my bike more. >> i got two legs, i guess i'll be walking. >> reporter: thomas works for
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lyf him -- lyff. >> i make money and i paid off my credit card debt and student loan. >> reporter: uber and lifter said they will continue operation. we wanted to let you know we are making great progress working with state legislators on a permanent deal. until then, business as usual, if you ever receive a citation or have an escalated issue on the road, we'll be here for you. >> reporter: under this agreement, philadelphia public school did get a portion of the profit that is now in jeopardy. there is no word yet of appear extension to the agreement or a new one anywhere in sight. reporting in center city, jeanette reyes, channel 6 "action news." >> roshashana begins at new year's, dozens gathered in philadelphia during last year's
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service. roshashana markings the jewish belief that god created the universe and a day to reflect on a person's deeds for the last year and set the tone for ahead. we're tracking information on hurricane matthew which is called a monster storm causes new rounds of evacuations and we'll tell you where and the update on the storm's batting. >> a brand of baby food is being recalled. ryan howard talks about today's finale with the phillies. >> reporter: coming up in wet weather, wet roads and fog and drizzle greet you. but we have better days ahead. i'll let you know when they arrive in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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>> all right, folks take a look at the scene, this is a view of hurricane matthew from hurricane hunters flying in and out of this massive storm. it as weakened overnight to a category 4 with maximum winds at 155. u.s. navy ways at guantanamo are excavating. a big storm. >> reporter: we're talking about aruba, they never see rain. they picked up # 3 to 5 inches
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of rain. that's more than than they've received in years. as we look outside, we have more rain in the delaware and lehigh valleys. a lot of patchy fog, as well. it's a miserable morning around the region. temperatures on the cooler side. we have lost the breezes. don't expect to see sunshine upstairs, unfortunately. we may get into some breaks, but generally speaking it is another cloudy day. look at the rainfall totals, milton, delaware, 13 inches of rain, that's over a foot in the last five days, seaford, 10.7. port norris, 4.5. cape may, new jersey, 4 1/2 inches of rain. going back to wednesday afternoon, some of the areas picked up more rain in the last 3 or 4 days that they receive in
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2 or 3 months. that's why we had flooding in south jersey. temperature, 61. point, 6o pressure is falling. winds out of the north northeast at 9 miles per hour. millville, 63. atlantic city, 63. dover, 64. we have low-level clouds, visibility is reduced, the roads are wet. take it easy this morning, especially in the outlying area where the fog is thicker. philadelphia 3 miles. millville 3 miles. poconos .3. the good news the upper level low is starting to move. it is sitting here, yesterday it was situated over the indiana, ohio state line. it is pulling away, it will continue to do so over the next several days, it will take this
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cloud cover along with it, eventually we'll see brighter skies and we'll get rid of the chance of showers and chance of drizzle activity. things will dry out. we have one more day to get through, future tracker show you lots of clouds, every now and then we have patchy drizzle. same thing overnight tonight, maybe an isolated shower, as well. into the wee hours of the morning monday. monday afternoon we'll see the skies brighten up a bit and the return of sunshine. one more day to go. hurricane matthew, a monster storm cat 4. winds 150 miles per hour with higher gusts. there's the eye. aruba, abc island of south america. all the thunderstorms are wrapping around the center of seconder calculation. the storm is intensifying it will make the turn to the north and run over the island of haiti and the dominican republic along
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the windward passage along cuba. it re-emerges over the atlantic as a hurricane 3. the night runs came in, they take the storm like that close to the u.s. mainland and pushes it out to sea, which would be a miss for us. most of the models take the storm out to sea before it gets to the delaware and the lehigh valley. we'll see if that holds up. that's positive news from overnight. mostly cloudy, drizzle, 70 degrees is the forecasted high. there will be breaks of sunshine from time to time. this is generally a cloudy day, overnight tonight, mist and drizzle areas of fog, 56 degrees for outlying suburbs, 59 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, shows 76 degrees mostly sunny skies later on tomorrow.
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tuesday, cloudy, drizzle, 70. wednesday, thursday, sun and clouds, 70. friday and saturday, 74 and 70 degrees. guys? >> all right, chris, thank you. polish pride will be on display in philadelphia you can see it all on 6abc. the pulaski day parade goes from 20th and parkway to logan circle. it honors the polish war hero who came to philadelphia back in 1777 help george washington and joined forces. the coverage of the pulaski day parades starts at 12:30 after "action news" at noon. it's a wonderful and beautiful day.
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>> baby food is being recalled because it may contain a potentially deadly bacteria. the food and drug administration said sammy's milk baby food is being recalled over concerns it may contain bacteria that can cause severe and fatal meningitis and blood infections for infants. so far no illnesses have been reported. 6:21 there were a lot of netflix users this weekend. they spent saturday trying to repair the outage.
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many took to twitter ranting and very upset because they were not able to binge watch their favorite shows. >> pretty soon pilots and air traffic control will communicate by text message. faa believe it will end delays and there will quick verbal exchanges like ready for takeoff. what's for dinner tonight?
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happening. here's philadelphia here, we're in a cut off low pattern. the jet stream steers storms across the united states. let's say the jet stream looks like, when you have an area of low pressure it will follow that line all the way across the country from west to east. but sometimes what happens, the jet stream will look like and the low gets stuck down here and then it has nowhere to go and it sits and spins and spins and spins, counter clockwise winds bring moisture in off the ocean and we lock in the clouds and we get the persistent drizzle and periods of rain. that's the pattern we've been in over the last several days. looks like the low will get on its way and move north into canada. in the next couple of days we'll see skies brighten up again, we lose the chance for showers and temperatures start to warm. we have one more dreary afternoon. city of philadelphia. breaks of sun, mist and drizzle.
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poconos cloudy showers, 64. >> thank you for the update. in sports, the phillies and their fans are saying goodbye to ryan howard. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: and then there was one. it is expected to be ryan howard's final game as a philly today and while fans have been giving howard standing ovations and curtain calls all weekend. he is not ready to call it a career, i want to play somewhere next year if i'm not back here. here's howard getting a standing ovation every at bat against the mets. 5th inning, phillies down 2, howard, deep to right gone, phillies tie it at 2. howard gets a curtain call, listen. [cheers and applause]. wow, but the howard celebration short-lived in the 6th, 2-run
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shot off hernandez, the mets clinch the wild card. the phillies fans still celebrating ryan howard here's what he thinks of that curtain call. >> i think it's awesome. you know to get the curtain call to be able to hit the home run in the first place and get the curtain call and have the fans show that appreciation. it's great feeling. i'm taking the weekend as is, you know, just trying to enjoy it and embrace everything and take it as is. he said he will try to enjoy the pregame ceremony before the game. ben simmons will have surgery to repair a broken bone in his right. he is expected to be sidelined 3 months. hehe could be out until late january or december recovering.
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he rolled his ankle and broke a foot on friday in training camp. penn state fans played gains michigan are penn state down 3 to go in the game against minnesota. mcsorely taking matters into his own hands. he takes off, look at this, 26 yards huge play. tyler davis, 40-yard field goal. good, penn state ties it, 23-23. minnesota scores first in overtime. penn state down 3, 25 yards to the house, penn state the walkoff winner, 29-26 in overtime. temple fell behind 7-0 to southern methodist.
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temple scored 21 points in the first quarter alone. philip walker, temple up 7 and the owls runaway with it. two scores 1r59 -- 159 yards more than he had all september combined. temple wins 45-20 that's two straight for the owls. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. rili. for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack. i take brilinta with a baby aspirin. no more than one hundred milligrams as it affects how well it works. brilinta helps keep my platelets from sticking together and forming a clot. brilinta reduced the chance of another heart attack. or dying from one. it worked better than plavix. >>don't stop taking brilinta without talking to your doctor since stopping it too soon increases your risk of clots in your stent,
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>> right now on "action news," a nearly a billion dollars of losses in a single year, the new york times releases a bombshell findings from touch touch tannings history -- donald trump's tax history. the fatal crash in hoboken, investigators try to find out what caused fatalities crash. a big goodbye to the big piece as phillies celebrate the end of a big career. >> let's go over to chris sowers, it's raining outside. >> reporter: it is roads are wet, it's dreary, there's fog, where are he actually? okay, [laughter], the ben franklin bridge, more fog we're
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reducing the visibility. we are stuck in time same pattern because of a cut-off low to the west. we have moisture coming in off the ocean and that's the results you get clouds and fog and passing shower. maybe you'll see breaks of sunshine this afternoon, don't expect to see many. quakertown, 56. fleetwood the same. chester, 59. levittown, 59. low to mid 60s south and east. glassboro, 61. cinnaminson 59. there's the upper level low, the culprit which started wednesday. wednesday it got stuck over the ohio and tennessee valley. it's been spinning every day ever since. there's periods of drizzle from time to time, otherwise it's a gray and gloomy day.
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good day to sit on the couch and watch football. 11:00 a.m., 64. maybe breaks of sunshine, drizzle highs around 70. 1:00 p.m., 67. 3:00 p.m., 70. 5:00 p.m., 70 degrees. here's a look at hurricane matthew, the water vapor shot look at how huge the storm is. all the thunderstorms wrapping around the eye which is right there. it's starting to lift to the north, next couple of days it's crossing over the win ward passage getting into the southern atlantic and over the bahamas. where does it travel from there? when i come back i'll have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast for you. gray. >> the new york times actually released a bombshell report it claims donald trump tax returns show he may not have paid taxes for years. times report that the republican presidential candidate did not pay taxes because of his business failures. the paper found in 1995, trump
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business lost nearly $1 billion and that may have allowed him to pay federal income taxes for as many as 18 years. trump campaign lashed out saying the paper is working to benefit his opponent hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton is being attacked for remarks she made about bernie sanders sanders supporters, claim that many union people living in bernie sanders' basement and find being part of the revolution, and it's a false promise. trump said in manheim, pennsylvania, he said hillary clinton thinks bernie sanders supporters are hopeless basement dwellers. george stephanopoulos will have more on the donald trump's taxes
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and trump's campaign advisor mayor rudy giulianiy and bernie sanders. a victim was shot in the leg standing on the porch of the 3200 block of d street around 2:00 a.m. the shooter was able to drive away. the woman is in stable condition. now to the solemn public memorial for two wilmington firefighters. hundreds came across the country including vice president joe biden to honor the lives of jerry fickes and christopher leach. bob brooks was there. >> reporter: firefighters from all over the country packed the chase center to pay their fallen respects to christopher leach and jerry fickes. a touching opening prayer. >> all mighty and merciful
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god -- >> reporter: we heard from dozens of speakers, wilmington fire chief anthony goodie fought through tears to reminds the grieving family they are not alone. >> we love you and we'll always be here for you. >> reporter: vice president joe biden also spoke. >> hold each other tight, balls when you do, they will both be there. >> reporter: we heard from fell firefighters who knew the men. we told jerry fickes left a high paying financial job to pursue a firefighter career. and he spent his salary as a rookie buying his firefighters cake and ice cream. >> we know he had a good job before he became a firefighter.
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>> christopher leach had a lot of nicknames. >> i was told he stated to an officer, you got to get up there buddy boy. what happened is history. >> just remember to keep doing your job and do it well, that is what we do. >> reporter: during the ceremony, jerry fickes was promoted to lieutenant, christopher leach to captain. reporting in wilmington, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> time 6:37 if you're just waking up with us, the brother of a man who was shot and killed by philadelphia police after allegedly attacking several people including his own children is talking. police say christopher sowell stabbed three people including his 8-year-old son.
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officers confronted him, they say they ordered to take his hands out of pocket. when he did so abruptly, 9 officers fired 109 times. >> for him, it's still unreal, the thing he did to his own kid, but in the end, it wasn't fair that the cops shot an unarmed man that many times. >> commissioner ross said he is concerned about the number of shots that were fired, he believes that may have been a case of contagious or reactionary fire, it is when one officer shoots and others believe they are under fire and fire their weapons, as well. >> investigators are looking into what caused the new jersey
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transit train tragedy. the engineer has been interviewed. >> reporter: beneath a massive tangle of steel and glass, crucial evidence in the train crash that killed one person and injured 114 others. >> because of the asbestos and the unsettled structures we're unsure about i'm not allowing anybody to go in there. >> reporter: the sheer extent of the wreckage in hoboken, new jersey is keeping the ntsb from and go the main part of the crash. trapped down there, an event recorder and forward facing camera. officials want to know how fast the train was going and if the brakes were used before it slammed into the station. investigators have one recorder one kept at the back of the train. investigators did speak with the engineer 48-year-old thomas gallagher, but there are no
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details on the meeting. preliminary drug and alcohol tests came back negative. witnesses say the train was going three times faster than normal as it approached the platform. the impact so violent that part of the station ceiling collapsed raining debris on the hundreds of people standing around waiting. while ntsb want to get access to more of the wreckage, they are interviewing witnesses. >> we want to find out not only what happened, but why it happened so we can prevent it from happening again. a trolly carrying wedding guests flipped over near dewey beach. the jolly trolley wrecked on a busy route 1 around 4:30 p.m. emergency workers took half of the 22 wedding guests to the hospital.
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the injuries were not life threatening. for the third straight day the members of philadelphia orchestra replaced their instruments with picket signs. the musicians want more money arguing that salaries are not competitive with those in boston. the walk yacht came hours after the pittsburgh symphony orchestra went on strike. much more to come on "action news," the bench in philadelphia that is meant to start a conversation. we'll explain the social experiment making its way around town. a healthy marriage can be great, it can have a very important impact on your health. looking live outside, sky6 live hd, another day of rain and dreariness. meteorologist chris sowers back
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waking up with us, good sunday morning to you. it's not a total rain day today, it's rainish. >> reporter: it's rainish. >> you like that? >> reporter: yeah. >> put that in your tool box. >> reporter: there's a look at philadelphia international airport, the runways are wet. we have patchy fog and misting
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taking place. today you may see breaks of sunshine, otherwise it's mainly cloudy it will look like that most of the time. otherwise the fog will burn off during the late morning hours. storm tracker 6 live is clear. the mist is little rain droplets, they are so small, the radar is not picking it up. allentown, 58. philadelphia, 61. millville, 63. trenton, 57, cape may, 66. dover, 64. we have patching fog out there this morning. take your time. we're down to 2 1/2 miles in trenton. poconos less than a half mile. millville 3. 1.3 in atlantic city. satellite and radar showing a couple of features that we're watching. this is the upper level low which actually sat there wednesday afternoon and it has not been moving ever since.
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it's getting on its way and moving north into the great lake states. that's the flow of the cloud and the rain and the drizzle that's the storm that's responsible for that. this is the feature that will kick the upper level low out to sea and get us back to normal with the return of sunshine later this week. future tracker 6 shows a few breaks of sunshine possible, but you'll see a mostly cloudy sky and occasional mist and drizzle taking place. easterly breeze 5 to 15 miles per hour. overnight tonight we'll see the occasional shower mist and drizzle lots of low-level clouds. this afternoon, the skies will brighten up west to east, kind of a dirty sky. we'll see the breaks of sun and it will start to dry out and warm up, as well. this is haiti and the dominican republic. this is hurricane matthew, a
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monster. category 4. it's getting ready to make the turn to the north, as it does so it will ride up the windward passage, clobbering eastern cuba, bringing ten to 12 inches of rain. possibly higher for some of the higher elevations of cuba. it eemerges over the waters of -- re-emerges over the waters of atlantic. where does it go from there? some models show an east coast hit and others show it going out to sea. all the models take it out to sea which is great news for the eastern seaboard. there is one lone model that shows an ease coast hit, right now we'll go with the consensus up the coast and out to sea. for today, mostly cloudy, sunshine possible, drizzle expected from time to time, 70 in philadelphia. 66 in allentown.
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millville, 69. cape may, 69 and trenton, 65. tomorrow we'll see at least a little bit of sunshine after morning fog, 76. tuesday, mostly cloudy again with patchy drizzle, 70 degrees. wednesday mainly cloudy, 69. thursday and friday, we start to see a little bit more in the way of sun. 73 thursday, partly sunny, 74 for friday. saturday, clouds, sun, high of 70 degrees. it's not a wash, but it's not a pretty day, either. it's just like yesterday. >> it's rainish. i tweeted it out. i'll tweet it, too. >> i will too. >> thank you alicia. i mean thank you chris [laughter]. phillies will honor ryan howard in south philadelphia. >> he was the heart of the 2008 world series for the team before and after, he has been a winner on and off the field, as well. >> this is for you guys, you earned this.
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>> reporter: his charitable foundation challenged kids to read, love it. this baseball style library was a gift to children who accepted the challenge and thrived. he e made an appearance at the thanks dunkin donates -- thanksgiving day parade. >> i will enjoy turkey and enjoy my family. >> he raised money for less privileged children. he is a great great guy. >> just about 6:50, we're coming right back.
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>> social media, cell phones apps and technology connects us, and sometimes leaves us feeling lonely. a local artist is looking to
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change that the old fashioned way, eye to eye, hand-in-hand on a bench. >> there's so many issues right now, political and social issues that are pulling people a part and pitting them against one another. what can we do to bring people together. >> reporter: bring people face-to-face, real people having real conversations. artist david de's answer, the you and me bench. >> it's an art piece and social experiment, as well. it's getting people to communicate and share their story with one another. >> reporter: the focal point, the red am per ampersand. >> it brings us together. >> reporter: he is looking for a permanent home for it in philadelphia. the bucks county native says it gives people a place to sit and chat in person and get more
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social. snap a picture and post-it with your #and share their story with the world. >> we want to produce positive experiences and stories and show people there are a lot of positives out there. >> maybe have a few therapy sessions on the bench. >> reporter: there have been people who sat down and hashed things out on the bench. >> that's a great story, two people sitting on a bench. >> cliche happy life happy wife. it may hold weight than we think. >> happy everybody. >> psychology people with unhappy spouses had more physical ailments than those with happy partners. they rated their own health as poor compared to people with spouses who create a blissful life for them. >> we all go buy a bernlg and we're all -- bench and we're all
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happy. there you go, we're back after this >> another year has past, a
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father is hoping someone will come the other forward to idents son's killer. here's rick williams with this morning's crime fighter's report. >> reporter: matt nowak senior said 8 years is long. it's it's time to bring his son's killers to justice. >> i can't believe these guys are running around the streets. i get angrier and angrier this time of year. >> reporter: matthew nowak and two friends were heading back home from the animal puerto -- l
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puerto rican day parade. a video shows a blue impala as nowak got out of the car they shot him in the leg and he later died at the hospital. the blue chevy had new jersey tags. the license is difficult to read. >> i want someone to come forward, there's a 42,000-dollar reward, so if it is not for a good heart do it for the money, you know that's a lot of cash, it can go a long way. >> reporter: all you have to do is call the citizens crime commission, 215-546-tips or 215686 steps. all calls will remain -- 215-686-tips. >> we were very close, we were friends, i miss that a lot. i really do. >> reporter: for crime fighters
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i'm rick williams. channel 6 "action news." >> in "healthcheck" this morning, a simpler way to treat enlarges prostates. plus, another update from meteorologist chris sowers with accuweather and a look at today's forecast and we're tracking hurricane matthew, we'll be right back.
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