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income taxes, this morning you'll hear how both candidates are responding. >> ride share heads up it's illegal for uber and lyft to operate in philadelphia again. >> ryan howard plays his last game in philadelphia. >> happy sunday all of you, it is 7:00 a.m., sky6 live hd taking a live look in cape may, new jersey. not quite a beach day. it is mist, damp, dreary, not a total washout. outside we go nydia han it's great to have alicia with us. chris sowers is outside. rainish outside. >> reporter: if you're just tuning, alicia and gray and i have a new word for the forecast, it's not raining out here, it's rainish. 55 in quakertown.
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>> reporter: warrington, 56. levittown, 58 degrees. easterly winds, 5 to 10 miles per hour at the shore. 65 on the boards in atlantic city. sea isle city, 66. gandys beach, 62. glassboro, 61. cinnaminson, 69. satellite and radar, the upper level low starting to pull away, it was sitting over the state line, indiana ohio state line yesterday now it is up across the great lake states that's good news it will take all this mess along with it. but we have one more day to go before that happens. for today, mostly cloudy, there could breaks of sunshine from time to time, but generally speaking this is a cloudy day just like yesterday with drizzle and mist from time to time and high temperatures topping out around 70 degrees, so not quite the weekend finish we were waiting for, as alicia mentioned earlier, it's not a washout. i want to stress that the roads are wet. we are seeing patchy fog, if you're traveling first thing
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this morning take it easien 0 the roads and keep both hands on the steering wheel. when i come back we'll have more on monster storm matthew spinning in the carribean. >> anytime you want to get updates on the weather, go to 6abc.com/weather. donald trump is responding to the bombshell report about his taxes that was released in the new york times this morning, state income tax filings in new jersey, new york and connecticut. it may help hillary clinton approve her argument that trump was not paying taxes for years. that report came out as trump was campaigning in lancaster county, pennsylvania. chuck severson takes a look at how trump is firing back. >> reporter: new york times claims it has obtained some of
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donald trump's tax records. the sometimes said trump declared $916 million loss on 1995 tax returns which could have allowed him to legally avoid paying federal income taxes for up to 18 years. touch's campaign issued a statement that's not required to pay more in taxes than the law requires. it did not deny that he did not pay federal taxes. donald trump sought to turn hillary clinton's words about bernie sanders' supporter against them. >> she ray tacked bernie sanders -- she attacked bernie sanders supporters as living in their parents basement and trapped in deadened careers. >> reporter: no mention of the late night twitter barrage in which he counter attacked against the former universe alicia muchado. trump called her disgusting a
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conand his worst miss u. hillary clinton pounced. >> i mean his latest twitter meltdown is unhinged even for him, it proves he is temperamentally unfit to be president and commander-in-chief. >> reporter: a new fox poll gives her a post debate bump, 60% of voters who saw it said she won. the national race is within 3 points a virtual dead heat. the next debate could be make or break. chuck severson, abc news. >> the clinton campaign responded to the new york times report on twitter, the tweet featured a statement that reads in part trump personally got to avoid paying taxes for two decades while tens of millions of working families paid theirs. >> you can get breaking alerts by downloading our 6abc news appear available at the apple
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and google play stores. five people are in custody in connection with the shooting in chester, delaware county. a 19-year-old man was shot in the head at a home at 25th and closures street. they were not told of the incident until the victim was driven to the medical center by private call. there's no word on the circumstance of the shooting or led them to the five people. 7:05. two wilmington firefighters who died in a rowhouse fire last week were honored and remembered yesterday at a memorial service. friends and families and co-workers gathered at chase center to remember senior firefighter jerry fickes and lieutenant christopher leach. wilmington fire chief fought back tears as he reflected on their lives and service. joe biden urge each other to lean on each other. >> hold each other tight, because when you do, they will both be there.
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>> at the end of the service, jeer we -- jerry fickes was promoted to lieutenant and christopher leach to fire captain. bob brooks will have more on the memorandum arm in the next half-hour. >> federal investigators say all the signals leading into the hoboken terminal were working properly and not a factor in the crash of the new jersey transit train. ntsb has not studied all the signals because they cannot get into the station. ntsb are reviewing security camera footage looking for clues. a federal official said an audit of njt found dozens of safety issues a month before the crash. septa will continue service on all of its regional rail lines. septa pulled 120 silver liner five cars out of service because of a defect.
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although repairs are on going, septa said enough cars will be available tomorrow. this morning it is illegal for uber and lyft drivers to operate in philadelphia. it's legal everywhere else. jeanette reyes takes a look at what's change and how it could affect philadelphia public schools. >> reporter: riders say they have no plans to stop using the services and employees say it's business as usual. for this group of girlfriends enjoying a night in old city there's hardly a reason not to like uber and lyft. >> it was personallable, it was nice, it was convenient. >> it was like driving your own car without having to pay for parking. >> reporter: what's wrong with taxi? >> too expensive. >> reporter: news of the company being illegal once again in philly after a 3 month temporary authorization expired didn't go over well. >> reporter: you liked it? >> i loved it.
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>> reporter: it's illegal today. >> oh, no. >> reporter: it places the company in a legal limbo, something they have experienced in entering the market back in 2014. >> one hurries not to move back to philly where i live in washington, d.c. where i sold my car and use uber all the time. >> i got two legs, i guess i'll be walking. >> reporter: thomas hobbs works for lynt. >> i make $700 a week, i pay off am i credit card dead and student loan. >> reporter: it's unlikely riders will be impacted. 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
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schools did get a portion of the profit, that is now in jeopardy. there is no word yet of an extension to the agreement or a new one anywhere in sight. reporting in center city, jeanette reyes, channel 6 "action news." >> your time, 7:09. next on "action news" sunday morning. we're tracking new information on monster hurricane matthew, that storm is creating a new round of evacuations. we'll tell you where and meteorologist chris sowers will have an update on the storm's past. a brand of baby food is being recalled. we'll tell you what the concern is. >> ryan howard talks about today's finale for him with the phillies. >> reporter: lots of drizzle and mist and fog out there once again this morning. i'll let you know when all this clears in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up next.
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hurricane matthew. matthew was weakened to a category 4 hurricane with winds at 155 miles per hour. it is heading toward cuba, the u.s. navy base at guantanamo is excavating all nonessential personnel. >> reporter: wouldn't you like to be one of the guys flying in that. a little bit of turbulence on a regular plane -- i couldn't take it. >> i always thought all meteorologists wanted to be in the eye of the storm. >> reporter: as long as i was on the ground. there's a view outside, lots of clouds and mist, the roads are wet there's patchy fog it's starting to reduce the visibility out there.
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take it ease on the roads. the fog will lift and the roads will dry in the afternoon. radars are clear, just that misting taking place. 60 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint 59. pressure falling off from 30.10 inches. winds are out of the northeast at 9 miles per hour. as long as the winds are off the ocean like that we'll see the clouds locked in place with the patchy drizzle and mist. 63 in millville. lancaster, 60. wilmington, 62. reading checking in at 68 degrees. here's a look at the visibility. reading not too bad down to 3 miles per hour. it's getting better. wilmington, 5, trenton 2. atlantic city, 1.5 and wildwood, 1.7. there's the upper level low it moved in from canada on wednesday and sudden whether i planted itself over the ohio valley. it has not moved since. it's starting to move a little bit across the great lake states
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this morning which is a good sign it's moving along its way. eventually it will take all this miserable weather along with it. we have one more day to go before skies brighten up a little. we'll see sunshine tomorrow afternoon. future tracker 6, similar to yesterday, a lot of cloud cover out there. occasionally you will pick up mist and drizzle and low level clouds and fog this morning. showers are possible overnight tonight and tomorrow we'll start out with a lot of the low-level clouds and fog, that will burn off and we'll see the return of sunshine later on. temperatures will respond, we'll get a little bit of sun and that warm us back up into the mid 70s. here's the monster matthew, it touched category 5 yesterday. it weaken somewhat, the winds
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are down to 150. the thunderstorm is wrapping around the center. that's a sign of strengthening again. it wouldn't surprise if it became a category 5 once again. it is heading due north over the windward passage, over cuba, they are expecting 12 inches of rain. mudslides will be an issue here, as well. it will re-emerge over the atlantic over the bahama islands. the good news all the computer information coming this morning takes the storm out to sea. there's only one forecast model that has an ease coast hit. i don't want to dismiss an east coast threat at this point, but right now the numbers suggest that this storm will stay out to sea. let's hope that scenario continues, the trend continues on the modeling. for today, patchy drizzle and mist, 70 degrees, you'll see a
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few breaks of sunshine from time to time. winds out of the north/northeast at 35 to 15 miles per hour. 64 by 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 67. 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 70 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 76 tomorrow with the adelso matos sunshine. we say -- that's with the added sunshine. morning fog tuesday, cloudy, drill, 70 degrees. wednesday, cloudy, 69. thursday, sun and clouds, 73 partly sunny, friday, 74. saturday, clouds and sun, high of 70. that's assuming that 3459 that you behaves himself and stays out to sea. if not, next weekend we have to watch that. >> thank you. 7:16 turns out humans are not the only ones gearing up for halloween. animals at the philadelphia zoo were treated to pumpkins. they kicked off the beast feast
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celebration. those are the red river hogs, they have didn't waste anytime. the mere cats played -- meerkats played with jack-o-lanterns. polish pride is on display in philadelphia. you can watch it on 6abc. the pulaski day goes from 20th and the parkway to logan circle. the parade honors, generally pulaski who came -- general pulaski who came here in 1777 to help george washington. watch the pulaski day parade coverage starting at 12:30 after "action news" at noon.
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waking up, look harder at this green, it's hard to see, it is a shot of penns landing from sky6 live hd. it is misty, it is gray and damp out there, we like gray. >> thank you alicia. >> well have to wait a little while longer for the sun to make an appearance. chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. >> in sports this morning, 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. as fans have been give howard standing ovations and curtain calls all weekend, he is not ready to call it a career saying i want to play next year if i am
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not back here. here's howard every at bad against the mets getting a standing ovation. phillies down 2, howard down 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 shot off david hernandez, the mets go on to win and clinch the wild card, phillies lose 5-3. the phillies fans still celebrating ryan howard, here's what he thinks of the curtain call. >> it's awesome, you get the curtain call to be to be able tt the home run in the first place and get the curtain call and have the fans showing that kind of appreciation it's a great feeling. i'm taking the weekend as is, just trying to enjoy it and
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embrace everything and take it as is. >> howard said he will try to enjoy the pregame ceremony at the beginning of the game. ben simmons will have surgery to repair a broken bone in his right foot. first overall pick in the nba draft could be out until late december or january recovering. assuming everything goes as planned. simmons rolled his ankle and broke a foot in training camp. there was an apology to penn state fans for the way they played against michigan. there was no reason to apologize yesterday. 13 seconds to go minnesota. he takes off, look at this, two seconds left. tyler david, 40-yard field goal
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good. penn state ties it sends it to overtime in oc. penn state down 3 they must score, bark kellie 38 yards rushing until this, 25 yards to the house, penn state the walkoff winner, 29-26 in overtime! temple fell behind 7-0 to southern methodist. no big deal. temple scored 21 points in the first quarter alone. philip walker, 42 yards, temp up 7. the owls -- temple up 7. the owls runaway with it. temple wins 45-20 that's two straight for the owls. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. have a great day! >> for the first time high
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of losses in the single year, new york times releases a bombshell finding from donald trump's tax history. there's a road block in the investigation in the fatal train crash in hoboken as investigators try to find out what caused the tragedy. a big goodbye to the big piece. one of the most beloved phillies stars take a bow with a big send off from the team where he played his entire career. >> meteorologist, chris sowers is in, and he is outside tracking the forecast. >> reporter: there's no sunshine, yesterday we were socked in pretty good. today we won't pick up shower activity, but we'll be locked in with clouds and you will see drizzle and mist. visibility, 1.7 in philadelphia. haven't checked in philadelphia international as to the if there were any reported delays, when
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the visibilities is 1.7 that's not a good sign. make sure all flights are on time. atlantic city, 1.3. wildwood, 1.7. look at the poconos at the top of the screen. they are socked in pretty good. down to .3 of a mile. lots of low ceiling with all the clouds. upper level low pushing through the great lake states. lots of cloud cover through the mid atlantic and the northeast we'll continue to see that throughout the day. look at the rainfall totals. all this started on wednesday. that's when the first bands of rain came in from the upper level low. some areas have picked up 3 months of rain in four days. look at milton, 13.88 inches. seaford, 10.5. port norris, cumberland county, new jersey. 4.5. cape may, 4 1/2 inches of rain all since wednesday. a couple of weeks ago we were in a drought and now we're seeing a
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surplus in some of the areas that were 3, 4, 5 inches behind. a huge turn around in the weather pattern. drizzle and mist, highs around 70 degrees. maybe breaks of sunshine, is if you see it, it will be very, very limited. clouds are the rule today. poconos patchy fog, showers, 64 degrees. not a nice finish to the weekend. we have improvement in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, i'll have the details, plus the late he is on matthew why see you just just a little bit. 7:32. the new york times released a bombshell report it claims donald trump's tax returns showed he may not have paid taxes for years. the times report that the republican presidential candidate may not have paid taxes because of business failures. the paper found in 1995, trump's
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business lost nearly a billion dollars which may have allowed him to avoid paying federal income taxes for as many as 18 years. trump campaign accused the paper of working to benefit his democratic rival hillary clinton. >> meanwhile, trump is attacking clinton for comments she made in a leaked recording about young bernie sanders supporters. clinton said at a fundraiser in february many young people are living in their parents basement and find being part of a political revolution is appealing. she called the sanders movement a false promise. trump said at a rally in manheim, pennsylvania, he said hillary clinton thinks bernie sanders supporters are hopeless basement dwellers. george stephanopoulos will have more on donald trump's taxes.
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he will have former mayor rudy giuliani and bernie sanders. a woman was shot in the leg standing on a porch around 2:00 a.m. on d street. the gunman drove away. police have not been given a description of the vehicle. the woman is in stable condition. now to the solemn public memorial for two wilmington firefighters. hundreds came from all across the country including vice president joe biden to honor the lives and sacrifice of jerry fickes and christopher leach. "action news" reporter, bob brooks was there. >> reporter: firefighters from all over the country packed the chase center to pay their final respects to fallen wilmington firefighters christopher leach and jerry fickes. a touching opening prayer. >> almighty and merciful god.
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>> reporter: we heard from dozens of speakers, first anthony good, wilmington fire chief. he fought through tears to remind the family they are not alone. >> we love you and we will always be here for you. >> reporter: vice president joe biden also spoke. >> hold each other tight, because when you do, they will both be there. >> we also heard from fellow firefighters who personally knew the men. we told jerry fickes left a high paying financial job to pursue a firefighterring career and spent all his saves as a rookie buying his firefighters cake and ice cream after a call. >> we heard jerry had a high paying job before he came to the fir department, but it was said that jerry had to pick up a third job to support our guy. >> christopher leach had a big personality and name for
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everything. we heard he used one of the nicknames before running into the burning home before he died. he stated to another officer you have to get up there buddy boy. >> reporter: chris leech recently texted a saying. >> 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." >> it is now 7:36 the brother of a man who was shot and killed by philadelphia police after allegedly attacking several people including his own children is talking. christopher sowell stabbed three people including his 8-year-old son. officers say they confronted him and they ordered him to take his hands out of his pocket. investigators say when he did so
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abruptly nine officers fired their weapon, a total of 109 times. >> for him, like i said it's still unreal. the thing he did to his own kid, but in the end, it wasn't fair that the cops shot him an unarmed man that many times. >> commissioner ross said he is concerned about the number of shots fired. he believes this may have been a case of a contagious or reactionary fire when one officer shoots and the others believe they are under fire and they fire their weapons. the search continues for clues what caused the new jersey train tragedy. now the sheer size of the wreckage itself is hindering the investigation. >> reporter: beneath a massive tangle of steel and glass,
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crucial evidence in the train crash that killed one person and injured 114 others. >> because of the as -- asbestos and the unsettled structure i'm not allowing anybody to go in there. sheer wreckage in hoboken new jersey is keeping ntsb from and go the main portion 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 slamming into the station in the morning. officials uncovered one recored -- recorder. investigators spoke to the career, but preliminary drug and
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alcohol testing came back negative. the impact so violent that part of the station's ceiling collapsed raining debris on the hundreds of people standing around waiting. while the ntsb wants to get access to more of the wreckage, investigator are interviewing more witnesses and reviewing multiple videos. >> our objective is as always not to just find out what happened, but why it happened so we can prevent it from happening again. abc news new york. >> for the first straight day members of philadelphia orchestra have replaced their instruments with picket signs. the orchestra went on strike friday night canceling their opening performance. the musicians argue that the orchestra's salaries are not competitive with those in boston. the walkout came howshes after the pits -- after the
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pittsburgh symphony walked out. >> ryan howard was a central part of the 2008 world series. he opened a library for kids. >> ryan howard was at the dunkin' donuts thanksgiving day parade. >> how will you spend thanksgiving? >> go home and throw some turkey down and enjoy my family. >> he served as a waiter
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serving under privileged children. he opened a baseball academy in south philadelphia. he hit a home run wearing a wristband a blind fan gave him for a game. newlyweds would happen to be having their wedding at the water works in 2009. being in the middle of world series, that did not stop them from making their wedding dream come true. >> 7:41 sunday morning. the philadelphia museum of art, south asian collection gets a new look. 6abc loves the arts tells you what's new. sky6 live hd taking live look at philadelphia international airport. of course if you're heading out today, give your carrier a call. meteorologist chris sowers is back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast
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we have some locations where the fog is thicker than that. the roads are wet and weeing -- we're seeing the drizzle and the mist. the good news you just saw on the radar we're not picking up any shades of green. no steady rain is falling. it's fine water droplets, it's misting. 70 degrees is the high, which is a tad under normal which is 72. 60 is the forecasted low. 60 degrees in philadelphia. allentown, somewhat cooler. a lot of times when we're in a pattern like this and stuck in the cloudy and the mist, you have croon form temperatures. -- you'll have uniform temperatures. temperature, wilmington, 62, philadelphia, 60 degrees. everybody is getting in on the same type of atmosphere this morning. thanks to a upper level low.
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the winds are blowing in counter clockwise fashion we're drawing the moisture in from the atlantic. that's the case since wednesday afternoon when we first started feeling the influences from the upper level low. the low tomorrow will get on its giddy up and get into canada. we'll see the return of sunshine. today is not that day, another day of clouds, drizzle and misting taking place. later this evening, there could clearing some breaks of sun before the sun sets. other side it's a cloudy day. overnight tonight, showers possible after midnight. tomorrow afternoon we start to see the skies brighten up a bit for the return of at least a little bit of sunshine. that will help to warm the tempts back up into the mid # -- 70s. here's the latest on hurricane matthew. that's the abc islands that's aruba. there's cuba. this storm is turning to the north it will ride up the
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windward passage and clobber eastern cuba and western haiti. it will re-emerge into the atlantic and pass by the about a islands. here's the good news all the latest computer information came in, every single forecast except for one takes the storm closer to the coast and makes the right hand turn and pulls away. which is good news. let's assume that one model is correct. let's assume it is correct and it makes landfall around south carolina. if that's the case it would move into up the mid atlantic. at this point it's a super inlated rainstorm. we wouldn't see huge winds or rainfall because the landfall is down here. overnight tonight we'll see it
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move north out to sea. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, mostly cloudy and drizzle, dover, 71. cape may, 69, atlantic city, 6 #. tomorrow morning, thick fog fills in, look at the visibility predicted by the model, down to zero western suburbs and trenton. .8 for philadelphia. .2 for the poconos. allow extra work and time to get into work and school tomorrow. drehery conditions again. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 70 degrees today, clouds, patchy drizzle. tomorrow, dense morning fog giving way to sun and clouds, warmer day, 76. tuesday, cloudy and drizzle, 70. wednesday, thursday, friday, it's a situation where the sun is fighting the clouds, temperatures close to 70 degrees. no sun just yet.
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the clouds are winning. >> we'll be right back.
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>> civil rights icon is the latest recipient of philadelphia's liberty medal you can watch the ceremony tonight on 6abc. georgia congressman john l. he -- louis was awarded the medal last month. watch the ceremony at 5:30 on 6abc. after a major two year renovation, the philadelphia museum of art reopened one of its oldest collection in 6abc loves the arts, karen rogers takes us on a tour of the new newly renovated south asian gallery. >> reporter: it's been 40 years since the art museum last renovated its gallery of south asian art. they will find a brand new layout and complete reimaging of the most renown collections and
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masterpieces. there's new lighting and case work for stored objects. the reinstallation consists of ten galleries featuring arts from south and southeast asia. >> you can walk into iran through india and tibet and china and into japan. >> reporter: it includes sculptures and artifacts and paintings and art from over two thousand years. the centerpiece is the replica of a 16th century south indian hall. this animation of an 18th century manuscript is a new
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addition to the collection. >> she has taken them and made them come to life. >> reporter: you can view the entire collection online, the museum continues to plan to add new pieces. >> we want visitors not only to appreciate the art, but related to their own everyday life. >> reporter: the south asian galleries are on permanent delay, for tickets and museum hours go to arts in philly.org. or 6abc loves the arts. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen rogers.
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breaking overnight, trump's tax bombshell. a "new york times" report showing a nearly billion-dollar deduction. so large, it could have legally allowed donald trump to not pay income tax for up to 18 years. >> it must be something really important, terrible that he is trying to hide. >> trump's campaign responding. >> gloves off. trump targeting hillary clinton on all fronts from her health to her husband. >> she can actually be crazy. she can't make it 15 feet to her car. i don't even think she is loyal to bill f you want to nope the truth. >> will it distract voters from the political storm? the other breaking news store this morning.

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