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>> thank so much for joining us, it is sunday, october 2. nydia han is off, here's some of the stories we're following on "action news" at noon. trump's taxes we'll tell you what's been discovered about his financial losses and it could show he has not been paying federal taxes. a sigh of relief for septa rail riders now that the agency
says schedule are about to return to normal. it could be an emotional day at citizens bank park as the phillies pay tribute to slugger, ryan howard for what could be his last game. let's turn to chris sowers for the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. man, chris, where is the sun. >> reporter: you you don't enjoy the seattle-like weather? >> no, no. >> reporter: here's good news, the runways are dry, the roads are dry. it's cloudy out there. the mist and the drizzle that we had this morning is temporarily shut off. for now we don't have anything falling from the clouds. the good news there. temperatures on the cooler side that's one of the benefits from a lot of cloud cover. it doesn't give the sun a chance to heat things up into the 70s 80 saturdays like we've seen
previously. cape may, 70. dover, 68. millville, 68. yesterday we topped out around 64, 65 we're already pretty much there. we are expecting to climb another 3, 4 degrees, you can see no sun today. mostly cloudy skies, again, occasional mist and drizzle taking place later on. forecasting a high of 70 degrees. now, when i come back in just a few minutes we have sunshine in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, i'll details for you, plus the very latest on the path of monster storm matthew down in the carribean turning to the north, it has weakened somewhat, will it remain toward the eastern seaboard? i'll have the details in just ja few minutes. >> the race to the white house, the new york times obtained donald trump's state tax returns from 1995 that shows a loss of nearly a billion dollars. that means trump has not paid
federal in connection with taxes for two decades. mary bruce with the latest. >> reporter: new york times showing that donald trump could have avoided paying tax for years. in 1995. trump declared more than 900 million-dollar loss. the result of the financial wreckage of three casinos, his airline business and the purchase of the new york plaza hotel. the deduction so large it could have allowed trump from paying federal income taxes for 18 years. >> trump didn't deny it on last week's debate stage. >> it showed he didn't pay any federal income tax. >> reporter: his campaign saying in a statement saying mr. trump is a highly skilled businessman who has a responsible to his family, his business and employees to no more tax than
legally required. breaking with precedent trump has refused to release his tax returns until a routine audit is complete. >> at some point we'll release, there's no rush. >> reporter: until he does, clinton is hammering him for hidinged financial dealings. >> it's probably true he has not paid a penny in federal taxes to support our military or our vets or our schools. >> you can get breaking alerts from the campaign trail by downloading our free 6abc app it is available on the apple and google play stores. we have a tragic update for you on a pedestrian accidents that happened in mullica hill new jersey. the 27-year-old man who was hit has died. the man left his vehicle last night and started walking along the westbound lane of mullica hill road when a 2011 hyundai hit him. officers found the victim along
mullica hill road unconscious and unresponsive. those who saw the accident tried to revive the victim. the man died at the scene. the driver remained at the scene. no charges are pending. five people in police custody as police, chester police investigate the shooting of a 19-year-old man. the victim was shot in the head near 21st and crozer street at 9:00 p.m. we're waiting an update on his condition. a 19-year-old him woman is the victim of another shooting on the 3200 block of d street in north philadelphia. she was standing on her porch when someone fired from the car around 1:30 a.m. she is in stable condition. police are looking for the shooter. the wilmington fire department have honored fallen firefighters with posthumous promotions, jerry fickes was
promoted to lieutenant and christopher leach to captain. wilmington's fire chief fought back tears as he spoke about their courage and vice president joe biden was in attendance. he urged the families to lean on each other and the fire community. >> hold each other tight, because when you do, they will both be there. >> firefighters were killed while battling a rowhouse fire. >> investigators are still trying to determine what caused the train crash in hoboken new jersey. they say the event data recorder could hold answers. structure issues are preventing workers from removing the partially crushed new jersey transit train crashed on thursday. one woman died in the incident. ntsb had said signals leading to the terminal arrest working normally. if you're riding septa's regional rails you're in for a
better commute this workweek. septa will resume all normal lines. septa pulled 120 silverliner v cars out of service in july to fix a defect. septa authorities say enough cars will be available to return to a monday weekday schedule. those going to the philadelphia orchestra will not hear mozart because of orchestra members are on strike of day three. they want more money to keep pace with those in chicago and boston. if you're a concert ticketholder to one of the canceled performances, you can apply the ticket value to another description concert or donate it back to the orchestra, or request a refund. ryan howard is one of philadelphia's favorite
phillies, he could be suiting up for the last time. today the team will lovely recognize the big man known as the big piece. katherine scott is live at citizens ballpark with the latest on this, katherine. >> reporter: hey, gray, yeah today is the phillies final game of the season, in all likelihood we're bidding farewell to ryan howard. a huge part of the 2008 world series team and today the organization and the fans are giving him a special goodbye. >> and ryan rips one deep to right field. >> reporter: ryan howards career highlights are many. 2005 national league rookie of the year. national league most valuable player in 2006. he was heart of the 2008 world series team. he suits up for one more time after his 1 seasons. >>
seasons -- 1st -- 13th season. >> he went out and won a world series this is awesome. he is a legend. >> reporter: off the fields contributions were a hit his baseball themed library in south philadelphia was a gift from howard and his wife, children were given a reading challenge, they accepted, they logged 1 million minutes of reading time. we saw him serve as a waiter to raise money for underprivileged children one of his many crowd reach efforts. ryan howard big piece foundation opened a baseball academy in philadelphia. he made the day for newlyweds sweeter when he stopped to pose for pictures in 2009. there are hopefuls this is not the end of howard's roads in a phillies uniform. >> don't leave, resign him,
please. -- re-sign him, please. >> reporter: here's to hoping, the special ceremony to honor ryan howard is set to takes place at 2:30 p.m. game time 3:05 p.m. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> fans, thank you katherine for the update. hurricane matthew expected to dump record rainfall. up next we'll tell you how people are preparing as the monster storm makes it through the carribean. look at this cutie here, you know his superstar mom. they had a play date in the area this weekend. meteorologist chris sowers returns with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues.
long as people prepare for the storm's impact. kingston, jamaica. people are waiting in long lines to get kerosene before the category storm hits. long lines forming at the grocery stores in the area. everyone wants to know will we be impacted by matthew? >> reporter: that's the big question, the 11:00 a.m. update is in. the storm has weaken the, but the track hadn't changed. we'll talk about that in a moment. let's go to the radars, it's chilly and dealing with a northeasterly breeze, but we don't have any steadier rain falling which is good. live on sky6 live hd, lease the view overlooking wilmington, shades of gray and a little bit of patchy fog hanging around. 64 degrees in philadelphia. point, 60. pressure reading holding stealed. winds are light out of the north northeast at 3 miles per hour.
just like yesterday with all the cloud cover, temperatures are struggling. 62 in reading. 64 in millville. dover, 68. allentown, 61. satellite and radar same image you've been seeing since wednesday afternoon. there's the upper level low there's all the cloud cover up and down the entire mid atlantic northeast states. the upper level low is sitting right here. it was down here yesterday. it is starting to move along its way. by tomorrow afternoon it should be in the upper southern provinces of canada. all the cloud cover will move to the north and follow the low. we'll get the return of sunshine tomorrow afternoon. cloudy the rest of the day today. could be patchy drizzle from time to time, cloudy overnight tonight, fog redevelops, some of it could be thick especially tomorrow morning. an isolated shower is possible. by the time we get into tomorrow afternoon, skies brighten up a little bit, combination of sun
and clouds. one more miserable day to go and things improve by tomorrow. this is the latest on super hurricane matthew. maximum stained winds have weaken a little bit. still a category 4, but the winds are 140 miles per hour. it's drifting slowly to the west at # miles per -- 3 miles per h. here's jamaica and cuba and haiti. the track brings it over the windward passage animal the turks and caicos islands up to the bahamas is it a threat to the east coast later this week into next weekend that's the big concern. the model has it projected by friday morning holding maximum staged winds 105 miles per hour. here's one of the forecast models we cruise, you -- we uses model shows the drifting toward the eastern seaboard. now what the forecast models are
saying disf now, beyond -- as of now, beyond that, it will curve out to sea and miss most of the eastern half of the united states. let's hope that continues to be the case because this is a enter huge storm with maximum stained winds close to category 5 strength. huge storm surge and torrential rainfall. it's a mess there. 70 degrees is the high, winds are light out of the north northeast at 10 miles per hour. the concern tomorrow morning is this right here, some of the fog will be dense. otherwise sun and clouds, warmer day, 76 degrees. tuesday, cloudy, drizzle returning as the winds shift off the ocean. 70 for the high, wednesday is cloudy, 69. thursday and friday, the wind begin to shift yet again in more of a west southwesterly direction that will promote more in the way of sun.
73 thursday, friday, 74. saturday, clouds, sun, 70 degrees. all eyes will be on the trop he can also at that point, is that form battering the carolines or going out to sea. >> 1:17 after two year major renovation, philadelphia museum of art opened one of its oldest collection. in 6abc loves the arts, karen rogers takes us on a tour of newly renovated south asian gallery. >> reporter: it's 40 years since the art museum south renovated its gallery of south asian art. the newly transformed galleries have been revamped with state-of-the-art lighting flooring and case work for stored objects. >> here entirely
reconceptionallizing this collection. >> you can walk into iran through india into tibet and china and japan. >> reporter: it includes ancient sculptures and artifacts and tech tiles spanning over 2,000 years. >> it is one of the great treasures of the city of philadelphia. >> reporter: the centerpiece of a replica of 16th century south indian hall. >> it still stands in the far south of india. >> reporter: this animation of an indian manuscript is a new addition to the collection. >> it's a beautifully gold bright colored i illustrations. she has taken them and made them come to life. >> reporter: you can view the entire collection online and the museum continues to add new pieces. >> we want visitors not only to appreciate the art, but also
relate it to their own everyday life. >> the south asian galleries are on permanent display. go to arts in philly.org or 6abc loves the arts. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> roshashana, one of the holiest days on the jewish calendar begins at sundown. the holiday which ends sunday tuesday is a time for reflecting on your deeds for the past year and setting the tone for the year ahead. it begins the ten days of awe which ends with yom kippur. kwanzaa forever stamp made its debut this weekend. it's celebrated by african americans takes place over 7 days december 26 to january 1 it celebrates family and culture and community. a cloudy day will not stop a display of polish pride in
philadelphia today. you're looking live at logan circle where the pulaski day parade happens this afternoon it goes from 20th to the benjamin franklin parkway to logan circle. join alicia vitarelli and michael blichasz of the polish american cultural center for the exciting festivities, the coverage of the pulaski day parade starts at 12:30 after "action news" at noon. when pat toomey went to washington, he didn't stop... working for wall street. toomey's plan would risk social security on the stock market, lining
bankers' pockets with fees from our benefits that... could total billions, even if the market crashes, and seniors lose everything. katie mcginty is working for us.
he was shot at a south carolina school and died this afternoon. teach was shot on the playground by a 14-year-old boy. the teen was charged as a juvenile and held in jail. police have not said if they have a motive for the shooting. there is a consumer alert that you need to know about, the fda is recalling a baby food after a potentially killer bacteria. sammy's milk baby food made by gracely may contain back -- bacteria that can cause fatal blood infection or meningitis in infants. no illnesses have been reported. please touch museum is sell braict -- celebrating it's 40th year. it is a big party, the kids can
enjoy live music and dancing and toys from each decade of the past 40 years. we know everybody loves sesame street. celebrities are no exception. the little guy hanging out with elmo at the gang long as to none other than country music star carrie underwood. izaya was hanging out at sesame street after kerry performed in hershey pennsylvania last night. up next, the big balloons would youing
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>> a dedicated group of are you positivers came out to the navy yard for the race for hope to recognize people who had brain tumors. they brought out supporters for a good cause, both young and old. >> let's get you caught up on the forecast for meteorologist chris sowers, the walk a little misty. >> reporter: temperature-wise, pretty nice, you don't want to run in heat and humidity. temperatures later this afternoon, upper 60s low 70s. a lot of cloud cover out there. drizzle and mist for the jersey shore. patchy fog, 67 degrees, philadelphia clouds occasional mist, 70s. in the poconos, 60s. 64 mostly cloudy. >> okay, thank you. finally the world's biggest hot air balloon event is celebrating it's 45th birthday
this weekend. this year's albuquerque international balloon festival launched 600 hot air balloons in wide range of shapes sizes and colors. they come from across the country and the world and fill the
sky with a collide scope of color -- could >> that's it for "action news," for nydia han, chris sowers i'm gray hall. make it a great day.
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welcome to 6abc's coverage of the 2016 philadelphia pulaski day parade. now live from center city here are the parade hosts, alicia vitarelli michael blichasz. >> a wonderful sunday afternoon to you, i'm alicia vitarelli along with michael blichasz. afternoon. [speaking polish]. >> i'm here with the most loveliest lady pvi channel 6wabc. >> my favorite day of the year. the rain stayed away, it's a little gray, but