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over leaks of his taxes showing he miept -- might not have paid taxes for years. caribbean residents are stocking up as a monster hurricane heads their way. meteorologist chris sowers here looking for the accuweather forecast. >> chris we're looking for the sun, can't find it at all. ♪ the sun will come out tomorrow ♪ >> i'll sing backup. >> reporter: there's the view, philadelphia international airport, we have drizzle and mist and low level clouds and patchy fog. that's an improvement from what we're seeing from early this morning. we're getting drier air mixing in. 58 in allentown, poconos, 51. philadelphia, 62. wilmington, 62. cape may, 66. visibilities are improving, everybody was down to five miles or less.
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visibility issues for the coast, one or two miles. wilmington, dover, ten. millville, 8. philadelphia 7 miles that's better than an hour ago. satellite and radar, more clouds overspreading the mid atlantic and the northeast states this morning and they will stay in place all day thanks to the upper level low spinning its wheels stalled out across the great lake states. mostly cloudy, patchy drizzle, mist, 70 degrees is the forecasted high. we'll get into sunshine tomorrow, i'll have the details on what's the latest track on hurricane matthew coming up in ten minutes. thank four the update. there are big developments in the race for the white house. gop donald trump made a campaign stop in lancaster county last night and just about the same time, the norths revealed what it claims are trump's 1995 tax returns from new york, new jersey and connecticut. >> the businesses losses were so large he could have avoided
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taxes for nearly 20 years. >> reporter: new york times claims it has been obtained some of trump's tax records. times said trump declared 916 million-dollar loss on his 1995 tax returns which could have allowed him to legal avoid paying federal income taxes for up to 18 years. 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 sought to turn hillary clinton's words about bernie sanders supporters gains her. >> attacking bernie sanders' supporters as living in their parents basements and trapped in deadened careers. >> reporter: a spokesman said clpt -- clinton wants people to be idealistic and set big goals. no mention of the twitter about
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a rawj where he attacked -- barrage where he attacked alicia muchado. he called her a conand his worst misu. >> his latest twitter meltdown is unhinged even for him. >> reporter: a new fox poll gives her a post debate bump 61% of registered voters who saw it said she won. the national race is within 3 points a virtual dead heat. that means the next debate could be make or break. chuck severson, abc news. >> this morning, the clinton campaign responded to the new york times report on twitter, the tweet featured a statement that reads in part, trump apparently got to avoid paying taxes for two decades while tens of millions of working families
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paid theirs. five people are in custody over a shooting? delaware county. a 19-year-old man was shot in the head at 21st and closures street at 9:00 p.m. they learned about the shooting victim was droarch -- driven to crozer medical center. we're waiting for an update on the victims medical condition. all the signals going into hoboken terminal were working properly and not an issue in the crash of the new jersey transit train. structural issues continue to prevent crews from removing the train. ntsb reviewing security camera footage looking for clues. one federal leader said an audit of njt found dozens of safety
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violations months before the crash. the wait is over for septa rail riders. the transit agency said regular service will vee assume on all -- resume on all its regional rail lines. septa pulled out 120 silver rail lines out of service in july. septa said enough cars will be available by tomorrow. as of today, heads up, uber and lyft drivers cannot legally operate in philadelphia, although they are legal everywhere else. jeanette reyes explains what's changed and how it could hurt public schools. >> reporter: for this group of girlfriends in old city, there's not a reason to not like uber and lyft. >> it was nice, it was convenient and driving in our own car without having to pay for parking. >> reporter: what's wrong with taxi? >> too expensive. >> reporter: news of the company
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being illegal once again in felly -- fill -- philly after a 3 month agreement expired. since the agreement expired, it places the companies in legal limbo. >> one hurries not to move back to philly, i live in washington, d.c. where i use uber all the time. >> reporter: to himself -- thomas works for lyft. >> i make around $700 a week, i paid off my credit card debt and paid off my student loans. >> reporter: uber an lyft said they will continue operations. hobbs got this e-mail saying we are making great progress working with state legislators
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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. as part of the agreement, philadelphia public schools got a portion of the profit. that is in jeopardy. there is no word on the extension to the agreement or a new one anywhere in sight. reporting in center city, jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> 9:07. two wilmington firefighters who died in a rowhouse fire last weekend were remembered an honored at a memorial service. friends, family and co-workers came to the chase center to remember jerry fickes and lieutenant christopher leach. wilmington's fire chief fought back tears as he recalled the two. vice president joe biden under the family members to lean on each other and the fire community. >> hold each other tight, balls when you do, they will both be there.
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>> at the end of the service, jerry fickes was pro -- promoted to lieutenant and christopher leach to fire captain. roshashana one of the holiest days begins tonight at sundown. the holiday which ends at sundown tuesday is it a time to wree reflect on your deeds of the past year and set the tone for the year ahead. it ends with i don't mean -- yom kippur. happy new year to all our friends in the jewish community. >> pennsylvania supreme court deals a blow to the fracking industry. >> reporter: in "healthcheck" why not to feel guilty about the extra cup of java in the morning. how about the third or fourth?
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love our coffee. >> going live outside, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse over penns landing there, meteorologist chris sowers says the sun is coming back, just not today. check out his the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast after the break.
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overturn a crucial law on fracking. measures blocking present water well owners of being notified of spills and leaks are unconstitutional and gag orders barring doctors about getting information about the chemicals that are being used in the fracking process. nonessential personnel are being moved out of guantanamo bay navy base because because td take a direct hit by matthew. residents in cuba are stocking up on essential. matthew is one of the most powerful hurricanes in years and it could reach cuba by tuesday. you got information that was alarming. >> reporter: the national hurricane center said up to 40 inches of rain. i've never seen that in a hurricane before. usually you've seen 15, 20,
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isolated amounts of 30, but not 40. the storm is sitting and sitting and raining and raining. they will see a storm surge, it's a mess down there. back home we're stuck in the same song and distance, ever since wednesday afternoon it looked like that down in cape may. that's been the view, gray upstairs and drizzle and periods of rain and same thing today. double scan live, it's clear for now, no steady rains are falling, but we're picking up the drizzle and the mist. the closer these two numbers are the greater the chances are of seeing the fog and the drizzle and the mist. the numbers will follow the temperatures today. pressure 30.11. it's rising. winds out east/northeast at 6 miles per hour. upper 50s to the north, low to the mid 60s to the southeast.
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cape may, 66. millville, 64. philadelphia, 62. trenton, cooler, 58 degrees. here's satellite and radar, there's the upper level low, here's the good news it was sitting here for days, now it's starting to move off to the northeast at ten to 15 miles per hour. that's a good sign. eventually it will move into the southern provinces of canada. it will take all the cloud cover along with it. it will clear out tomorrow afternoon, we'll see the return of sunshine which future tracker 6 will see here in a second. a few breaks of sunshine, generally speaking cloud cover that's the rule. overnight tonight, maybe the occasional shower first thing tomorrow morning, by afternoon it's a combination of sun and clouds and temperatures in the mid 70s. this is jamaica and eastern cuba. this is the windward passage,
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turks and caicos island you're under a hurricane watch. you can see the eye, thunderstorms are wrapping around the circulation, which means it's continuing to strengthen. it is a powerful category 4 storm. it's moving to the west at 4 miles per hour. it's making turn to the north an closer to the u.s. mainland, the good news all the forecast modeling that came in last night takes the storm, it gets close to the carolinas, but takes the storm out to sea, before it ever has a chance to move into the delaware and the lehigh valleys. let's hope the trend is correct. it continues to trend that way. this is a super storm, one of the strongest storm we have seen. the strongest storm we have seen since 2007. mostly cloudy back home, drizzle is possible. 70 is the forecasted high. overnights tonight, more clouds, more fog, some of it very dense
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tomorrow morning. lows in the 50s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, once the fog lifts it's a combination of sun and clouds with a warmer temperature of 76. tuesday, cloudy with drizzle, high of 70. wednesday, thursday, friday, it's a combination of sun and clouds, wednesday's high cooler, 69. thursday, 73. friday, 74 degrees. so more clouds are more drizzle, more rain. >> same old story. >> all right, chris, thank you. >> we'll be right back.
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potentially killer bacteria. sammy's milk baby food made by gracely may contain cronobacter. it may cause severe blood infection or meningitis in infants. so far no no illnesses have been reported. in "healthcheck," a utah man who mysteriously contracted the zika virus from his father has a better idea how he got it. the younger man may have touched his father's tears or sweat with his bare hands. the father had 100,000 times the normal level of virus boosting the son's chance for getting the infection. he did care for his father in the hospital. there are no other cases on record of zika virus being picked up this way.
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>> most people like alicia vitarelli don't dream of starting the day without coffee, but wonder if it is okay for your health. experts say it's time to put away the guilt. research shows the benefits of coffee outweigh the risks. >> it decreases your risk of alzheimers and mental dysfunction and parkinsons disease and nine cancer by 20 to 40% and type two diabetes. >> but wellness experts dr. michael royson not every cup of joe will do, don't load it down with sweeteners or flavors, and filter it through paper that's something that can raise bad cholesterol. a middle football team made a classmate in a wheelchair grin from ear to ear.
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lou recently lost his father. his classmates took him on the feel and passed him the ball, the rival team fell to the ground always lou wheeled 50 yards into the endzone, the back of his wheelchair had a sign saying eat my dust. that brought tears to his family's eyes and lots of smiles to lou's face. love this story.
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where does matthew travel after that? it will be a tug of war with the area of high pressure to the east and the area of low pressure, what we call a trough to the west. here's philadelphia we're sitting right in between. simply put what's going to happen is this. if the high is too strong it will nudge the storm toward the coast, it will be a direct hit for the carolinas, it will come up. if the trough is too strong it will push this storm out to sea with a track like this. most of the forecast models are suggesting this one right here will not be the overpowering influence and it will be the trough that pushes the storm out to sea. that's all the information that came in overnight. let's hope that trend continues. preliminary settlement in several class action lawsuits involving millions of washing machines. >> time is of his essence if
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you want to get a refunds. you have to act fast if you want to be reimbursed. front loading washers perform better, but consumers got more than they bargains for when buying one. >> the issue started out about moldy odors. it started a class action lawsuit of 6 million washing machines. >> reporter: if you have mold issues you may imawf for a 35 -- may quaff for a 35-dollar settlement or new washer. it involves whirlpool and may tag made by wirl -- whirlpool. if you quaff you may get $60 or
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reimbursement up to $500 in expenses because of past mold or odor problems. there are simple steps to prevent mold and mildew. wipe down the glass an door gas get daily and remove detergent buildup from the dispenser. issanitize it is machine by usig a hot water bleach wash. you can find out whether a washing machine you owned and previously owned is affected by these settlements by going to 6abc.com. if you have a top loader, the claim form must be postmarked by october 10. and the others postmarked by october 11. nydia han channel 6 "action news". >> a california woman got a little more than she expected in her bred sticks. when she opened the domino box
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she found a whole lot of different kind of dough, the green kind. there was five thousand dollars stuffed inside the box. it was the restaurant's misplaced deposit money. she contacted the corporate office and her honesty turned into a treasure. a week's vacation and freedom notices for a year. another college jumps on the lower tuition bandwagon. pope francis heads to a tiny nation to deliver mass to the flock. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" comes right back.
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it is an overcast skyline across the philadelphia region. it's been this way since wednesday when the upper level low dropped into the united states and became cut off over the tennessee and ohio valleys. that's what we've had since what you're seeing outside. temperatures on the cooler side, occasional rain and mist and drizzle. 58 in pottstown, center city, 62. south jersey, 63. vineland, gandys beach, 64. dover, big race today, 65 degrees, you'll get the race in, but there will be drizzle out there from time to time. lots of clouds, boardwalk in atlantic city, 65. sea isle city, 66 degrees. satellite and radar, we are locked in good, actually the entire mid atlantic and the northeast, more clouds more drizzle, more misting. we don't need any any more of t. since wednesday, some locations have put up 3 months worth of rain. milton delaware, 13 inches.
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seaford, 8 inches. port norris, cumberland county, new jersey, 4 1/2, thing for cape may. we have in a a little bit of a drought two weeks ago. now that the pattern has changed we're seeing surplus numbers south of philadelphia. no more rain, more clouds and drizzle today. 70 degrees, 1:00 p.m., 67. 3:00 p.m., 70 and 5:00 p.m., 70 degrees, gray and gloomy today, but better weather is on the way as we head into tomorrow, return of sunshine and warmer temperatures, i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast in about ten minutes. alicia. >> thank you, wilmington bid an emotional farewell yesterday to two firefighters killed in the line of duty. vice president joe biden was among the hundreds who came from across the country 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
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firefighters christopher leach and jerry fickes. a touching opening prayer. >> almighty and merciful god. >> reporter: the families were presented with numerous medals and horns, we heard from -- honors, we heard from wilmington fire chief anthony good. he fought through tears to tell them that they are not alone. >> we love you. >> reporter: vice president joe biden also spoke. >> hold each other tight, balls when you balls -- because when you do, they will both be there. >> reporter: we heard from fell firefighters who knew the men. jerry fickes left a high-paying financial job to pursue firefighting career. he bought firefighters brother cake and ice cream. >> we know that jerry had a
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high paying job before firefighting but he had to pick up a third job to support our goes. >> he had a lot of names. he used one of the nicknames before run into the burning home before he died. >> he calmly stated to another officer you got to get up there buddy boy. what happened after is history. >> reporter: christopher leach recently texted a saying. >> just remember, 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." >> 9:33 from our delaware newsroom, crews rushed 12 people to the hospital after a trolley overturned. delaware state police sent
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"action news" a picture of the crash scene. a van was pulling the jolly trolley when it flipped south of dewey beach on route 1. two dozen wedding guests were on the ride when it overturned. state police had to shut down the highway for several hours. in north philadelphia, security cameras could help police find a person who shot a 19-year-old woman sitting on a porch on d street around 2:00 a.m. the gunman was able to drive away. police have not been given a description of the vehicle. the woman is in stable condition. the brother of a man shot and killed by philadelphia police after allegedly attacking several people including his own child is now speaking out. police say that christopher sowell stabbed three people including his 8-year-old son. officers ordered him to take his hands out of his pocket. when he did it abruptly nine
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officers fired their weapon 109 times. >> like i said it's still unreal the thing that 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 is concerned about the number of shots fired. he believes it's what is called contagious fire when one from shoots and the others believe they are under fire. sad news to report, 6-year-old jacob hall has died in south carolina three days after being shot at his elementary school. he was shot in the leg, but it are you ruptured a major artery. the gunman a 14-year-old boy
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shot two others on the playground. two students were suspended for wearing black face making fun of black lives matter video. the students were advised to leave the campus. multiple students of multiple races were involved. some students have expressed remorse. last year's decision by rosemont college to lower tuition is gaining momentum. another local school has climbed on the bandwagon. >> christie ileto reports from lasalle university. >> reporter: for many students next year, lasalle university is slashing tuition from 40 grand to $28,800. >> it's terrific, actually. >> a lot of families and students walking away from the table because the sticker price
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is too high. >> reporter: the price difference is 11,000 bucks. room and board increases and the amount of school financial aid given out will decrease. >> the average savings will be about a thousand dollars or so, but every student will have a smaller bottom line next year than they would have had if we were in business as usual. >> my scholarship is lower, so i'm still paying the same price. >> reporter: you're not sold on this. pauline got this e-mail today explaining the change. >> we're paying less, but the scholarship lowered financially. >> reporter: but the mark down makes the university more excessive. enrollment is over 3,000 students down 417 from two years ago. >> i think it will draw people toward the school so tuition is lower, because a lot of people look at private catholic schools and the tuition is high.
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>> reporter: students say this is a game changer for when they graduate. >> it's exciting news, i'm going on to have to pay these loans off when i get older, it will be less, now. >> reporter: rosemont college did the same thing they saw applications and enrollment soar. as for applications at lasalle university university says it's up 44%. reporting at lasalle university, christie ileto channel 6 "action news." >> pope francis is nearing the end of his visit to the caucus near russia. he announced the use of violence in god's name. the pope said the area is a model of religious tolerance. the church where mass was celebrated was built this donation from muslims and jews. a civil rights a conis the
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latest recipient of the philadelphia liberty medal tonight on 6abc. georgia congressman john lewis was awarded the medal at the national constitution center last month for showing courage while working for the liberty of others. that will be on 6abc at 5:00 p.m. >> it's an electronic match making for foodies to bring you together with the meal you crave. >> phillies get a blast from the big piece as ryan howard perhaps to wrap up his days with the team. now, outside we go, sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse right here, and meteorologist chris sowers says not to worry, the sun has not been kidnapped, it's coming back. he has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast after the break.
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cheer, it's so gloomy and misty and gray, we love this gray, but the gray outside, we're over it. >> it's time for it to get out of here. it is the perfect excuse you sit on the couch all day and watch football. >> football lovers everywhere are celebrating. you're screaming your anthem. >> reporter: it's hard to lay on the couch and watch football when it's sunny and 75. this is what it's been like the last several days. it's cloudy and damp and occasionally misting and drizzle. every now and then you pick up a shower. later today you may see a few breaks of sunshine, but i wouldn't hold my breath. i think the clouds will hold tough today. we have measurable rain, but there's misting and drizzle taking place. dewpoint, 60, pressure is starting to rise. conditions are slowly starting
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to improve. winds out east/northeast at 6 miles per hour. upper 50s to the north, low to mid 60s to the south. temperature-wise that's one of the good things, when we have all these clouds and persistent wind you don't get much in the change from night lows to daytime highs. we're seeing overnight lows in the low 50s and 60s and daytime highs in the mid to upper 60s. same thing today. satellite and radar, more clouds upper level low right here starting to pull away. one more day to go. tomorrow this cloud deck here should work east. we'll see the return of sunshine. there's the upper level low which was sitting here for three straight days, now it's starting to pull away. once it moves up into canada and gets out of here, there's not much going on after that. across the country it's pretty much clear for the much of the lower 48. future tracker 6 today, mostly
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cloudy today we'll see drizzle and misting taking place, one or two areas you'll see breaks of sunshine. overnight tonight cloudy skies, fog developing. tomorrow, it's a a sun and clouds, after the morning fog lifts, temperatures climb up into the 70s. let's go back down into the tropics. here's the latest on matthew. dangerous flooding possible. here's haiti and jamaica and cuba. waves up to 40 feet up the windward passage. the latest spaghetti plots take the storm to the north up that passage into the southern bahamas making the left turn toward the coast as we get into the middle of next week. once there where does it go. there's a trough to the west does that kick it out to sea or the atlantic ridge bully its way westward and force the storm inland. the models suggest it will get
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close to the carolinas and make the right hand turn and head out to sea. 70 degrees today mostly cloudy, patchy drizzle. 67 in reading, millville, 69. trenton, 65. cape may, 69 degrees. and then first thing tomorrow morning i want you to be aware of this, the fog will be very, very dense across the area. this is 5:00 a.m., zero for reading and allentown. less than a mile for just about everybody. first thing tomorrow morning with improving conditions by afternoon. you'll get a little bit of nine out there and warmer temperatures. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, so we'll post 70 degrees today mostly cloudy with drizzle. morning fog tomorrow, then it's a combination of sun and clouds, highs around 76. tuesday, mostly cloudy drizzle high of 70. wednesday mostly cloudy, 69. thursday and friday, sun and clouds, 73, 74. not much of a fight the sun is losing. >> but at least it's not a washout today because we have a very special parade happening,
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polish pride will be on display in philadelphia. you can see it on 6abc. the pulaski day parade goes from 20th and the parkway to logan circle. it honors is casimir pulaski who came to philadelphia to help general washington's troops. this is my five year anniversary with the parade. i love this event. it's a great event. (vo) when it comes to your favorite pennsylvania lottery pick games, it's smart to add the new wild ball to your game. sally plays 1 2 3, just like she does every day.
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>> as always we're so glad you're waking up with us on sunday morning. 9:49, 62 degrees, sky6 live hd overlook philadelphia international airport. meteorologist chris sowers says gray, don't mention the sun, chris i'll stay away from its cloudy. the boss, bruce springsteen continue to wow fans on his current book tour. fans lined up for hours. many said they listened to his music since they were kids. each fan got a picture with springsteen and signed copy of his autobiography born to run. there seems to be an app
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the era between the phillies and they bid goodbye to the player known as the big piece. jeff skeverski says ryan howard is going out swinging. >> reporter: and then there is one. it is expected to be ryan howard's final game as a philly today. while they have been giving him curtain calls all weekend, he is not ready to call it a career. his first at bat against the mets, phillies down 2. howard are you kidding me, deep to right gone, phillies tie it at 2. howard gets a curtain call,
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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, but the phillies fans are celebrating ryan howard, here's what he thinks of the curtain call. >> i think it's awesome. you kind of get the curtain call and 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 a great feeling. i'm taking the weekend as is. trying to embrace everything and take it as is. >> reporter: howard said he will try to enjoy the pregame ceremony at 2:30 p.m. before the game. ben simmons will have surgery to repair a broken bone
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in his right food and expected to be sidelined for 3 months. simmons the first round pick in the nba draft could be out until january. he broke a bone in his right foot on friday in training camp. penn state quarterback was apologizing to penn state fans for the way they played against michigan. yesterday there was no need to apologize. what a finish for james franklin team. penn state down 5 seconds to go against minnesota. he takes off, look at this, 26 yards, huge play. sets up this, two seconds left. tyler davis 40-yard field goal. penn state ties, sends it to overtime. minnesota scores first in ot. penn state must score. 25 yards to the house, penn
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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. plip walker -- philip walker, the owls runaway with it. runs for two scores and 1r509 -- 159 yards. temple win 49-20 that's two straight for the owls. i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> it was race day along the schuylkill expressway yesterday for one of the most colorful events on water. dozens of boats competed in the philadelphia international dragon boat festival. dragon boat racing started thousands of years ago in china and today it is one of the fastest growing water sports in
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noun mouse leak of his -- anonymous leak of his 1995 turns. uber and lyft is illegal in philadelphia, but the rest of the pennsylvania. and monster hurricane is heading toward cuba. >> chris sowers has more. >> reporter: notice how we go months and months and sunny conditions and now we can't get any sunshine in here. lots of clouds and dreary days on and off showers and periods of rain. warrington, 57. center city, 63. chester, 60. glassboro, 62. dover, 65. dover big race down there, mostly cloudy patchy fog, you'll see a few breaks, maybe a little bit of sunshine. that will help to get the temperatures into the low to mid 7 owes. 76 degrees by 4:00 p.m. satellite and radar look at the
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clouds come racing back in out of the southwest that's the set up later on. we have breaks down to the south like dover, for example you may see sunny patches to get you into the mid 70s. everybody else around the immediate philadelphia area, upper 60s at best. mostly cloudy conditions, patchy drizzle and misting from time to time, look for the morning fog to lift in the next hour or two. >> big developments this morning in the race for the white house, gop nominee, donald trump made a campaign stop in lancaster county last night, but about at the same time, new york times revealed what trump hadness state tax returns for new york, new jersey, and connecticut. chuck receive son has more. >> reporter: -- severson. >> reporter: new york times said trump declared a
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916 million-dollar locals on his 1995 tax returns which could allow him to legally avoid paying federal income taxes for up to 18 years. 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 is turning hillary clinton words about bernie sanders supporters against her. >> attacker bernie sanders' supporters always living in their parents basement and trapped in deadened careers. >> reporter: clinton wants young people to be ideal irving -- idealistic and set big goals. no word on the twitter barrage about alicia muchado who was cited in the debate about trump's sexism. trump called her a conand his
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worst miss u. >> it proves again he is not fit to be president and commander-in-chief. >> reporter: a new fox poll gives her a post debate bump 61% of registered voters who saw it said she won. the same poll shows the national race within 3 points a virtual dead heat. that means the next debate could be make or break, chuck severson, abc news. >> clinton campaign responded to the new york times time on twitter. the tweet reads in part, trump apparently got to avoid paying taxes for nearly two decades while tens of millions working families paid theirs. new this morning, a person trying to walk across a south jersey road has been hit by a car. the action cam was at mullica hill road near route 55 overpass
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in mullica hill, gloucester county. the accident happened at 6:47 a.m. officials have not said if the pedestrian was seriously injured. the driver of the car did stop at the scene. 10:04. this morning five people are in custody in connection with an overnight shooting in chester, delaware county. police say a 19-year-old man was shot in the head at the home of 21st and crozer streets at 9:00 a.m. they learned about the shooting when the victim was driven to the medical from by a private car. no word on how the five people were taken into custody and we're trying to get information on the victim's condition. federal investigators say all the signals going into hockey -- hoboken term station were working. ntsb said they have not studied all the signals balls the train is still in the station.
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structural issue prevent the train from being removed. they are looking for video showing any clues, njt received dozens of safety violations before the crash. septa transit agency said regular service resumes tomorrow on all regional rail lines. septa pulled 120 silver liner 5 cars out of service because of defects. there will be enough cars available tomorrow, good news for commuters, but know this, as of today uber and lyft drivers cannot operate in philadelphia although they are legal everywhere else. jeanette reyes explains what has changed and how that could hurt physical public schools. >> reporter: for this group of girlfriends enjoying a night in old city, there's hardly not a reason to like ride services like uber and lyft.
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>> it was nice, the guy was nice that we had. it was convenient. it was like driving your own car without having to pay for parking. >> reporter: what's wrong with taxis? >> too expensive. >> reporter: a 3 month temporary authorization expired didn't go over well. >> oh, no. >> reporter: since the agreement expired at the stroke of midnight it places the company in legal limbo something both experienced back in 2014. >> one hurries not to move back to philly write live in washington, d.c. write sold my car and use uber all the time. >> reporter: thomas hobbs work for lyft. it changed my life around, i'm working no more deaden jobs, i paid off my credit card debts and student loans. >> reporter: it is unlikely
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riders will be impacted, uber and lyft will continue operation. an e-mail said 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. under the agreement, philadelphia public schools did get a portion of the profit, that is 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." >> it is now 10:07. two wilmington firefighters who died in a rowhouse fire last weekend were remembered and honored yesterday at a memorial service. friends, families and co-workers came to the chase center to remember jerry fickes and christopher leach. wilmington fire chief fought back tears as he recalled two men. vice president joe biden was
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also there. he urged families to lean on each other and the fire community. >> hold each other tight, balls when you do, they will both be there. >> two heros now gone, not forgotten. at the end of the 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. philadelphia or -- orchestra strike is in its third day. the musicians want more money to keep pace with those in boston arena chicago. there's no word on when negotiations resume. the walkout came after pittsburgh symphony went on strike. ryan howard will take his final at ballots for the team. >> he -- at bats for the team. ryan howard was known for his
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role on the team and the community, as well. katherine scott has more. >> reporter: it's a big day at the ballpark, ryan stevyn ryan s standing up one last time for the philadelphia and the organization and the fans will say a special thank you. ryan howard has been a for 13 seasons. he won the 2005 national league rookie of the year. after he won the most valuable player award. he was the heart of the 2008 world series. >> this is all you guys, you earned this. off the field his charitable foundation challenged kids to read. his baseball library was a gift to children who accepted the challenge. he served as a waiter raising
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money for underprivileged children. children have been a priority of his. the big piece foundation opened a youth baseball academy in south philadelphia. remember back in 2009 when he made the day for the newlyweds sweeter. they were having their wedding at the water works where ryan was having dinner with his wife. you saw him at the thanksgiving day parade. the day we say thank you for all the hits the wins and the smiles. 30,000 fans are expected here today. the special ceremony for ryan howard is expected to takes place at 2:30 p.m. on the field. >> we're in for a special day, katherine. the jewish community perhaps to celebrate one of it's holiest day's, roshashana. a golf course heckler gets a
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chance with the big players and guess what he triumphs. looking outside, sky6 live hd over the ben franklin bridge. that's the picture and what's it's going to look like all day. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come right back.
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a holiday dinner. the holiday ends sundown on tuesday, it begins ten days ending with yom kippur. the traditional greeting means for a good year. happy new year to our friends. nonessential personnel are being moved out of guantanamo bay because it could take a direct hit from hurricane matthew. it could make landfall in haiti and extra make can -- jamaica. matthew is one of the powerful hurricanes in years and it could reach cuba by tuesday. >> will it impact us? >> reporter: there's a possibility, later down the road we could see an impact. the consensus suggests it misses us. >> we have cuba, jamaica. haiti. >> reporter: bahamas will get
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clobbered. a lot of vacations will take a pounding. let's go outside and show you what's going on from our temple university camera. that's not a pretty picture. low level clouds patchy fog drizzle and mist. showers west of the viewing area. its another day where it's probably best to find something indoors and wait for better weather to arrive tomorrow. double scan live it's clear. we don't have any issues out there in terms of steady measurable rain. we're picking up the misting, those fine water droplets that are difficult for the radars to pick up. we'll see that all day long. 63 in philadelphia. dewpoint, 60. pressure reading is rising. winds out of the northeast at 7 miles per hour locking that cloud cover in, that wind off the ocean to promote the cloud cover we'll continue to see it. millville, 65. dover, 66. same number for cape may. poconos, 52 topping out around 54 today. the lehigh valley right around
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60, 61. visibilities are improving. this is a huge improvement from 6:00 a.m., 7:00 a.m. when the numbers were between one and two miles. no visibility issues in philadelphia. ten miles in philadelphia. wilmington, millville, ten miles. atlantic city, 2 1/2. poconos, socked in less than a half mile. satellite and radar clouds today. there's no break you have to go out into ohio before you pick up clearing or to the north across upstate new york, everybody else is seeing clouds this morning. you'll see it all day today. maybe a few peeks of sunshine. if you see the sun it will be limited. in the overnight hours, same thing, clouds, drizzle, mist, maybe the occasional shower. finally by afternoon we'll see the return of sunshine, upper level low pulls into canada and clears the area. water vapor shot this is the image on hurricane matthew in the caribbean.
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there's the eye right there, getting ready to take the turn to the north. it's moving slowly northwesterly direction at 5 miles per hour. pressure is falling. maximum stained wind very powerful, 150 miles per hour. there's haiti and cuba and jamaica and slam all the islands over the top of about bahamas. where does it go next? we have a couple of players we're watching. large features in the upper level of the atmosphere. we have a huge atlantic ridge east of bermuda, we have a cold front coming up. there will be a tug of war between these two, if the front wins it will push this out to sea. if the high wins, it will force the storm over the carolinas. we're counting on this front to push this storm out to sea.
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if the high is the stronger feature the carolinas will have problems later this week and upcoming weekend. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 70 degrees today. 76 tomorrow. we have dozens fog early on, keep that in the back of your mind as you head to work and school. allow extra time. 72 tuesday, periods of drizzle and mist. 69, wednesday, cloudy, thursday, sun and clouds, high of 73. friday, partly sunny, highs around 74 degrees. lots of clouds, it's not a wash, but not a pretty day, either. >> but we'll have the pulaski day parade and we'll bring beautiful sights down the parkway for you to keep the rain away. >> 10:17 we're getting a look at the first "harry potter"
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spinoff. the first trailer was released. gives fans a glimpse at the beasts mention the in the film. look for fantastic beasts in theaters in november. >> prince's words on the big screen coming to blue ray. the films include purple rain and graffiti bridge and under the cherry moon which was prince's direct to recall debut. graffiti bridge under the cherry moon is available for you on brew ray for the first time. >> so glad you stayed with us,
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it's time to check out what's going on in the social corner. >> this is where we chat about the videos and images everybody is talking about from facebook to youtube and beyond.>> can y? this is of a drench bulldog in canada -- french bulldog in
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canada. this is marcel. he is saying mom, i love you. for real. marcel is very talkative and clever. this video has been viewed 27,000 times. it's the video you have to see to believe. >> chicken in west virginia has become an internet star. there's only one problem it acts like a dog. it doesn't look like a dog, jesse alan said it's a breed called the black silky chicken which is known for its hair like fet errs. it doesn't like to be outside it eats cheese and sits on her owner's shoulder or lap and likes to be pet like a dog. >> makes me feel bad about the chicken wings.
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[laughter]. how would you like pizza and beer with this trio in boston, tom brady and matt damon and ben affleck. they are offering fans to hang out with them in their hometown. it's to benefit philanthropic efforts. each participant can win a date with the patriots star and two movie stars and one lucky winner and a friend will be flown to boston and put up in a swanky hotel and have pizza and beer with the guys, the money raised goes to charities. this video has gone viral of a particularly loud heckler at a ryder cup who was harassing the golfers who missed a 12-foot
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cut several times. they had enough, they pulled the fan out, you try it. he upped the ante put 100-dollar bill down. he said i can do this, let's do that. he sinks the putt. >> we have that shot. he did it, there you go. >> go to our facebook and twitter account. >> meteorologist chris sowers takes another look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a bit. we'll be right back.
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still, we -- universe, we dig into that. we'll see you later this morning. >> let's go over to chris sowers. kind of damp and dreary, 70 degrees is the forecasted high, race in dover, should be okay, temperatures in time mid 70s be clouds and sunshine. >> we'll see you at the pulaski day parade at 12:30. >> this week with george stephanopoulos is coming up at 10:30. >> reporter: good morning, breaking news on this week bombshell report in the new york times showing donald trump could have avoided paying federal income taxes up to 18 years. we have the latest from new york times reporters who broke the story. rudy giuliani will be here answering the questions, and bernie sanders is here, plus, is russia trying tohe
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elections. we'll have more on this week. >> we'll see you at noon, for nydia han, alicia vitarelli, chris sowers, i'm gray hall, make it a great day.
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starting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. trump's taxes revealed. after refuses to release his tax returns. >> when she releases her 33,000 e-mails that have been deleted, i will release my tax returns. >> must be something really important, even terrible that he is trying to hide. >> a brand new report reveals the document showing how trump could have paid no federal income taxes for years. and after round one in the ring, trump plays the blame game. >> boy, were they dishonest on the debate. man! >> and pounces on clinton's past in the run-up to round two. >> i don't even think she's loyal to be, if you want to know the truth. folks, really, why should she be, right? >> we talk with top trump adviser rudy giuliani and clinton supporter bernie sanders.

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