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>> od morning everyone, it is 6:00 a.m., thursday, october 6. here's what's happening. >> philadelphia police are searching for answers after a woman is killed in a drive-by shooting. >> millions of people down south you are under evacuation orders as hurricane matthew bashes the about bahamas and ses sights upon florida tonight. >> ride the ducks is over in philadelphia. >> let's go outside to david murphy with accuweather and karen rogers has traffic. good morning. >> reporter: take a look, cloud cover has departed the area overnight. a couple of you waiting for the last little bit of that to go.
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57 degrees in the city. a lot of northern suburbs in the 40s. 48 in trenton. 45 in allentown. 47 in reading. up in the poconos you're in the upper 30s. 61 in millville. cape may up to 60. as we go through the day, 5 and cool by 7:00 a.m. chilly by 10:00 a.m., 61. noon, 68. a nice afternoon high of 73 at 3:00 p.m. before we dip to 71 by 6:00. if you take a look at hurricane matthew it's a category 3. expect it to grow to category 4 as it cuts to the northern bahamas and angles toward florida. we'll have the latest track coming up. karen rogers what do you have on the roads and rails? >> reporter: we have a big accident and backup with it. bensalem, bucks county, this is the super highway, route 1, we have an accident blocking the right lane. traffic is heavy from the pennsylvania turnpike to approaching business route 1
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where we have an accident blocking the right lane. if you're heading toward langhorne you have an accident to deal with. looking live in bridesburg you can see an accident that's causing big problems, this is bridge street at tacony street an accident that's blocking the intersection, we see them on the scene dealing with the accident. looks like one of the vehicles is starting to drive off. traffic is squeezing by in the area. this accident in bridesburg i'm not seeing police on the scene just yet. be careful with that. another problem we're seeing right now. this is i-95 we're looking at i-95 and this is approaching cottman, southbound traffic already really heavy at this point. you see the bright lights heavy approaching cottman and approaching girard. a couple of big accidents coming in. >> thank you, karen. hurricane matthew is lashing the bahamas with fierce winds and rain. the fearest -- fiercest storm in
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almost a decade is heading toward the bahamas, as well. the storm has killed 16 people and left a path of destruction across haiti and eastern cuba. the u.s. military is expected to arrive to deliver food and water for the hardest hit areas. a drive-by shooting killed a woman in west kensington neighborhood. the 47-year-old woman was standing in front of her home with a group of people when a green chevy trail blazer pulled up and a gunman opened fire. >> i heard gunshots, constant, non-stop gunshots. it was crazy and scared at first, because i had my little niece. >> the victim was hit three times in the head, neck and shoulder, she died at the scene. the green suv was last seen driving south on 8th street. police are looking for surveillance footage that may
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help in the investigation. police are looking for a gunman who fired into a park car in allentown killing a 17-year-old boy, johnny lopez was killed. lopez tried to drive away after careening into a stop sign and garbage can. grief counselors will be at william alan high school where the teen attended school. tim kaine will visit pittsburgh after a stop in philadelphia last night. he addressed supporters at the sheet metal workers union hall. he threw jabs at trump and mike mike -- mike pence, calling trump a scary guy. trump called mike pence's
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performance phenomenal. he said the vp debate is unlikely to sway any voters. he said said to be ramping up preparations for the next presidential showdown which is sunday night this weekend. >> we have more on why ride the ducks tour boats abruptly shut down. katherine scott is live at independence mall with the details. >> reporter: matt, where we are standing is normally the gathering point for the tours, this is where you would board the duck boats, but not anywhere. if you go to buy a ticket online, you will be direct told a statement saying ride the duck tours have been suspended indefinitely. they served 1 million visitors since is they started their philadelphia operations in 2003, now they will serve no more. they have suspended operations indefinitely. the vehicles are a cross between buses and boats drive on land and in water.
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tourists quack on duck whistles as they navigate the streets and take a ride on the delaware river. ride the ducks said due to circumstances beyond their control including 330% increase in insurance premiums it's not financially feasible to continue operations here. the company has been the target of several lawsuits. back in 2015 a tourist from texas was run over and killed as she walked near the convention center. witnesses say she was crossing the road against the light and appeared to be distracted. a wrongful death lawsuit seeks to hold ride the ducks responsible. in 2010 two hungarian tour i also were killed after a tugboat pushed a barge on the disabled duck boat on the delaware river. the attorney who represented the victims in these cases said the vehicles are fatally flawed, he
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said a city without duck boat tours is a safer city. ride the duck tours will continue in other cities, the company's website did not address the accidents that took place in philadelphia. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> it is now 6:07. there's new rules when it comes to prepaid credit cards. let's get the latest from maribel aber live at nasdaq in time square. >> reporter: the prepaid credit cards will tell users what they will be paying in fees. the new rule requires the issuer to evaluate the customer's abbott to pay back the line of credit before it is issued. stocks closed higher as oil prices surge giving a lift to energy stocks, futures are pointing to a lower open. jobs report is due out later
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today. mall of america will close thanksgiving. the mall executive believe most stores will close. king of prussia is opening at 6:00 p.m. on thanksgiving. matt and tam, i have too much food in me to do any shopping. >> she drank a whole box of wine. >> reporter: they should give you the day before off, because the mall of america it stakes you all day. >> yeah. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan no rain. taking a look outside, clear skies over the airport, promise of sunshine up over the horizon shortly. 57 degrees the temperatures slipped a little bit in philadelphia. 61 in wilmington. 48 in trenton. 45 in allentown. 47 in reading. 60 down the shore in cape may.
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satellite shows you how the cloud cover is broken up overnight. there's patchy cloud cover and patchy fog in just a few areas, we're not seeing much that have on the reporting station maps. mostly sunny and pleasant in the lehigh valley, you start out chilly and end up warmer than most places 75. heading toward cape may, 68. philadelphia, 73 the high. mostly sunny and pleasant. winds light today in the single digits most of the time. 52 is the overnight low. it cool overnight, a few clouds developing overnight along with patchy fog possible. winds are light running at 3 to 6 miles per hour. tomorrow, future tracker 6 showing you how the cloud cover is not a big factor. i think mostly to partly sunny skies tomorrow overall. straight into the evening partly cloudy feel. we go into saturday morning, we cloud up, because there will be
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a cold front coming in from the northwest, excuse me, as we go into the afternoon and evening there's a chance of a shower around. the model right now has most of this over by the coast. it could pop up anywhere, doesn't look like a washout, but cloudy on saturday. hurricane matthew category 3. expected to be a category 4. excuse me, i swallowed something. category 4 on the coast of florida. could make landfall thursday night into early friday. friday afternoon it's halfway up the state. friday night into saturday it's a category 2 off the coast of georgia. the entire area bracing for decent effects from the store. it goes out to the east and drops to the south. it goes down to a tropical storm status. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 73 sunny and nice. tomorrow, 75, mostly sunny and
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nice. saturday, there's a chance of a shower, but doesn't look like a washout. saturday i have the parken sons walk at the art museum. sunday, 66 degrees, monday, 64 degrees, fairly bright on monday. tuesday, 67, partly sunny skies, wednesday, clouds and sun, 69. a shower possible. >> thank you very much. 6:11. an accident or something worse, a little boy is badly burned playing with friends and his mother believes it was intentional. >> the private space race is heating up. that's up next. >> reporter: look at the backup on i-95 disaibledz he -- disabled vehicle northbound in the center lane. we'll talk about a new accident involving an overturned vehicle.
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live look here, into nasau, the bahamas, this is a satellite
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picture where they are dealing the effects of hurricane matthew. more critically the governor told on southwest and eastern sides the island they have to get to shelter. a lot of people are in shelters. they are expecting a lot of damage it is it is on its way to florida now. >> let's turn to karen rogers for a look at what's jamming things up. >> reporter: we have a bunch of accidents we're starting with better news, bensalem, route 1 northbound the right lane approaching business route 1, a tiny bit slow, the accident has cleared between the pennsylvania turnpike and business route 1. traffic is moving better now that the accident has cleared. we have an accident in white marsh township ridge pike at spring mill road it's blocking one lane there. so slowly there with that new accident. in lower providence we have an accident it's involving an overton vehicle on wilson road
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watch for that. there are possible injuries on the scene. we have emergency workers coming there right now. this accident in lower providence township. this is bridge street at tacony street. we had an accident here, last time i showed you this, they were blocking the intersection. that cleared. new accident in northern liberties not that old, police and ambulance on the scene. we're hearing that people are injured with that, as well. northern liberties at 6th and fairmont avenue. as we go back outside live we're jammed on i-95 northbound with the disabled vehicle, you see the flashing lights there, that's northbound approaching cottman. on the commuter traffic report. i found an accident on 295 northbound, logan township gloucester county. let's look at the temperatures, this is a chilly start we're talking nice afternoon, mild, 43 degrees, martins creek, 43 in quakertown. >> reporter: 57 in center city. even the suburbs in new jersey,
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like browns mills and ewing 47, matt. >> new on "action news," shots fired inside an apartment in oregon left two children and adult man dead. a woman called 911 after she found the victims in the beaverton home. the children were 6-year-old boy and 8-year-old girl. it is unclear how all three victims are connected. police are investigating it as a murder suicide. a mother in texas believes her son was intentionally set on fire by other boys. he was burned to badly he was airlifted to a hospital. they were playing together in a field when one boy threw gas on him and the other boys set him on fire. the full truth is under investigation glrnlt a contractor working for the national security administration is under arrest for taking home highly classified material.
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prosecutors say if the information in question got into the wrong hands it would cause grave damage to national security. sources tell abc news that martin took home a computer code nsa hacks foreign adversary. his lawyer said the former navy lieutenant would never betrays country. >> boy do they like her. a south philadelphia educator accepts an honor considered the oscars of teaching. >> reporter: we have jackets on the kids this morning it's chilly out there. some suburbs in the 40s, brrr right. shorts and ts this afternoon. i'll have a great afternoon forecast coming up next. >> reporter: in tech bytes, facebook messenger rolled out israel new encryption feature that keeps chats private. end to end encryption is not a default feature meaning users have to activate it manually for
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you never believed in fairytales. knights in shining armor or happily ever after. but you believed when the right one came along, you'd be ready. time to shine. orbit. in minnesota opens for tours today. it was going to be stopped
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completely because of public safety and traffic issues. they decided to go ahead for a limit number of days for those who have the passes. lots of stuff in there, it it would be pretty neat. >> reporter: lots of neat stuff in there. looking outside, we have a jam for you, this is the schuylkill expressway at city avenue, jammed from past the boulevard to gladwyn. septa regional rails back to normal schedule. wilmington train we have 207 running 11 minutes late. other than that you're good to go. >> reporter: a chilly start. 55 by 7:00 a.m. 57 by 10:00 a.m., 6 by noon, this afternoon high of 73 around 3:00 p.m. 72 by 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m., holding 71 degrees. at the airport we've been looking at all green aircraft as air traffic is not all that heavy just yet.
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we're keeping an eye on rain especially down south in orlando, but for now no issues in our travel cities. >> eagles back in action from the bye week. 3-0 birds face the 1-3 lions in detroit sunday afternoon. retribution larry because the eagles lost -- retribution here because the eagles lost to the lions last season.
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on nigh-295 in -- i-295 in south jersey crushing the person in the pickup truck. chopper 6 hd was over the crash carney's point salem county. authorities have not said what caused the tractor-trailer to tip over. rescuers freed a horse stuck in a mud pit in chester county. cyrus, became stuck near a drinking pond in thorn bury township yesterday morning. a horse's legs are delegate and they needed to dig him out with care. cyrus is back on his feet and eating and the vets say he doesn't appear to have any broken bones. a teacher from south philadelphia won the top price in what is -- the prize in what is considered the oscars of
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teaching. she said she is thankful for her students who allowed her to shine. >> if you're sitting out there, i was just like you, i grew up in south philadelphia, not far from here. both of my parents did not graduate from high school. i was the first to graduate from high school. i was the first in my family to graduate from college. >> the award comes with a 25,000-dollar prize, she said she plans to use it to finish her masters' degree, very inspiring young woman. >> meteorologist david murphy has the updated track for hurricane matthew. >> st. joe's students are keeping their out -- eye out for safety after an off-campus attack. ♪
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hurricane matthew is churning up the eastern seaboard. evacuations are underway for what could be the most powerful storm to impact the u.s. in more than a decade. an explosion rocks a south jersey neighborhood,. the home is still collapsing. >> a smart phone fire on a jet could signal more problems for samsung. >> good morning, 6:30, october 6. let's get more on matthew with david murphy and karen rogers has the morning commute. it is a cool start with the sun coming up over the horizon. satellite shows how the clouds evaporated overnight. there might be patchy fog here and there, but most of you won't have a problem with fog either.
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57 degrees, a coat not a bad idea. it's in the 40s in the poconos and closer to 60 in millville and cape may. 65 degrees by 7:00 a.m. noon, 68. we spend the majority of the arch in the low 70s. hurricane matthew is a category 3 in the bahamas, expected to grow to category four as the grows to the -- closer to the coast as a category 4. i'll have more on that coming up. >> reporter: karen, you have a lot going on this morning. >> reporter: yes, we have someone who breakdown on the schuylkill expressway eastbound heading toward center city, the tractor-trailer is trying to move to the right-hand side, you have to watch that. no flashing lights. watch for that, on schuylkill expressway, meanwhile, westbound is heavy from past the bull very
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good to gladwyn. -- boulevard to gladwyn. white marsh township, an accident spring mill road. lower providence, wilson road, an accident wear hearing there's injuries -- we're hearing there's injuries on the scene. disable vehicle in the center lane here, it's been a while. this is i-95 northbound approaching cottman. as you head toward academy you're dealing with a extra slow go. it's northbound that's jammed from bridge to cottman. southbound is your normal jam, 31 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine. hurricane matthew is hammering the bahamas right now. it could save it's heaviest assault for the southern new und
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states. hurricane matthew is starting to arrive near the coastline. 1600 flights have been canceled. american airlines is no longer flying to miami, or fort lauderdale and palm beach. 2 million americans under evacuation orderses across georgia and florida and the carolinas. the mass exodus leaving fuel in short supply. >> people are grabbing all the water at walmart. >> this could mean the dinners between life and death when it comes to a storm of this magnitude. >> the storm is blamed for 16 deaths in the carribean. widespread destruction in haiti has forced 300,000 people into shelters. u.s. is providing $1.5 million in food and disaster assistance. follow the path of
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hurricane matthew at 6abc.com, use our inter active hurricane tracker. an explosion has rocked a neighborhood in trenton, new jersey. two homes suffered serious damage, one partially collapsing. the action cam is live on wayne avenue. look at the house, it's coming down to the street. the collapsed home is still falling. police and fire evacuated the entire block. one home was occupied by 45-year-old william louis and his nurse aid. they were trapped and could not get out. >> a couple of guys threw bricks in the window and they threw the tire through the window and climbed up the house. >> louis was treated at the hospital for minor scrapes. the fire director said the explosion caused by a natural gas leak originated in the rear of the house.
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there's new information about a deadly crash in atlantic county new jersey on east jimmy leads road in galloway township. a pedestrian crossed into the path of a honda and was killed. the driver, 23-year-old woman stopped at the scene and suffered minor injuries. a rocky ride is over for ride the ducks in philadelphia. they cited a car one -- car -- gargantuan jump in insurance as the cause. >> reporter: this is where the duck boats gather for tours, but not any more in the philadelphia. the announcement seemed sudden, the amphibious tour operator started their route in 2003. the tour is a cross between land
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and boat. you may have seen them around the independence mall and art museum area and a ride on the delaware. ride the ducks said a 330% increase in insurance premiums it's not financially feasible to continue operations here. the tour is popular with visitors, still the company has been targeted lawsuits after several accidents in philadelphia. in 2010, two tourists from hungry were killed after a tugboat pushed a barge into their disabled duck boat on the delaware river. the parents of the victim received a combined $15 million from ride the ducks and tugboat company. a tourist from texas was run over and killed by a ride the ducks vehicle. witnesses say she was crossing against the light and appeared to be distracted. the attorney who represented the victims released a statement
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saying a city without duck boat tours is a safer city. ride the duck tours have been suspended in philadelphia. however, they continue in other cities across the country. live on independence mall, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that. and the search is on for the two bandits who broke into a house of st. joe's university students on the 5600 block of woodbine avenue early yesterday morning. two men broke in, one armed with a knife the other with a gun. the burglars duct taped the mouth of a female student and took her outside and she was able to escape and alert her roommate who called police. >> what's freaking me out, all my friends are texting saying make sure you get home safe balls it's crazy now, normally you don't think about it. >> the thieves got away with the victim's iphone ipad, car skis keys and purse.
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>> you have a boat in your forecast for columbus day? >> the nina, pinto, and the santa maria. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan no rain, the sun is coming up nice and bright. sky6 live hd showing you the ben franklin bridge. going to be a good looking day. we start out cool and wind up mild. 57 degrees in philadelphia. some of the northern suburbs are in the mid to upper 40s. it's jacket weather this morning. you can see the lack of cloud cover down the shore, a little bit in cape may county. looks like we're looking at mostly sunny skies this morning and this afternoon. 12-hour forecast, 5 degrees, cool by 8:00. 61 cool by 10le noon, a
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comfortable 68. the high is 73 before we dip back down to 71 by 6:00 p.m. allentown, 75. reading, 76. down the shore, 68 in cape may. about 70 in atlantic city. future tracker 6 showing you tomorrow it's another gneiss one, highs in the mid 70s across the region. there may be cloud cover at times. generally speaking partly to mostly cloudy skies, i want to zip forward into saturday morning, you can see how saturday looks cloudier, at times in the afternoon there could be a shower popping up. the model wants to put a shower or steady rain down the shore. the placement of this will not be exact. there's a cold front technically from matthew, the trigger mechanism is not from matthew, from the cold front. look for a shower, but not a
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washout. matthew is a category 3, expected to be a category 4. it will feel make landfall along cape canaveral. over the next 48 hours up and down florida, trouble and georgia and the carolinas bracing for a good hit. the storm curves out to sea and dips to the south. throes a chance it heads toward the bahamas again. it's a tropical storm by the end of weekend. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, a beauty, sunny and 73. tomorrow, sunny and 75. the clouds move in saturday, 72. not a washout, but we have to allow for a shower or two. it might be dry in the morning for the parkinsons walk down the art museum. sunday, cooler, 66 degrees, that starts a cooler pattern. sunny and cool on monday, 64 degrees. tuesday, 67 degrees, partly sunny skies, yom kippur arriving
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on tuesday. wednesday, clouds and sun, a little milder, there could be a late shower. >> when we come back, a smoking gun, a man's samsung phone smolders on a plane. >> parents smiling in this picture, find out why the hospital charged them $40 to snap that shot. >> reporter: this is schuylkill expressway eastbound traffic heading toward belmont, you're jammed because of a problem up ahead. i'll show you the problem, and we'll talk about other issues with traffic when we come right back.
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philadelphia international airport, remember folks heading to florida are going to run into trouble. a lot of flights are canceled due to the approach of hurricane matthew. >> let's go over to karen rogers she is taking a look at what the roads look like now. >> reporter: my girlfriend kelly was supposed to go on a cruise out of florida, just canceled. we have a disabled vehicle that just cleared, this is the schuylkill expressway at belmont. we can see eastbound traffic jammed from conshohocken to belmont. westbound heavy, as well from the boulevard to gladwyn. you can see that 39 minute ride eastbound between the blue route and the vine extra heavy because of the disabled vehicle that was blocking a lane. it just cleared, but traffic slow in the area. white marsh township an accident blocking a lane at ridge pike and spring mill road. we have an overturned vehicle
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crews coming to the scene wilson road at pitchen mill road. darby township, hook road and industrial drive an accident with injuries. we have a disabled vehicle that cleared on i-95. we're looking at i-95 betsy ross bridge northbound traffic is not usually a delay, it's usually southbound. northbound jammed from the betsy ross bridge approaching cottman where the disabled vehicle cleared. 34 minute ride northbound, you wishly you're good to go northbound, southbound you have a your normal delay 36 minute ride between woodhaven and the vine. new accident if sicklierville, camden county, ems crews coming to the scene, cedarbrook road and malaga road.
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what's going on on "good morning america." >> amy robach joins us, and thinks are getting real as hurricane matthew is getting closer to the u.s. >> reporter: that's right, hurricane matthew is causing destruction throughout the caribbean. millions of excavating the southeast coast of the u.s. schools and businesses are shutting down him we're live in the storm zone with all the latest. donald trump is on the attack after bill clinton's obama care comments. kellyanne conway live on her
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take on the vp debate. more trouble for samsung as the galaxy note 7 replacement catches fire, the cabin filling with smoke and forcing passengers to evacuate before takeoff. we'll have everything you need to know coming up next on "g.m.a." >> we'll see you in a little bit. thank you, amy. >> reporter: the morning commute is going downhill. 422 we're jammed from oaks to 23. we've been searching for fog, hadn't found much. you can see a little bit of it in this shot. douglass township an accident route 100 northbound at jackson road. hatboro accident york road at lehman avenue. no problems on 38, dave. >> reporter: chopper 6 hd out a little bit earlier, karen we were looking at lower providence township you can see a little bit of that low-lying cloud
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cover settling down in the valley there. occasionally you'll see patchy fog, chopper 6 hd camping that for us. most areas looking at the sun. the kids dressed in the jacket because we are chilly this morning. in the 50s, in philadelphia. 40s in the northern suburbs. 10:00 a.m., 61. noon, 68 degrees. we improve by lunchtime. the high 73 degrees by 3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m., holding on to the low 70s. a nice afternoon ahead. >> new on "action news," the bucks county home of a famous broadway producer is set to become a museum. doylestown township zoning board gave approval to the grand son of oscar harm -- hammerstein produced south pacific anne thee
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the tour operator employed 42 full and part-time workers. a natural gas leak set off an explosion in trenton, new jersey. two homes were damaged, one partially collapsing and still collapsing, nobody was hurt. a drive by shooter killed a woman in west kensington neighborhood. police are looking for a green trail blazer and any video that might help in the investigation. >> reporter: schuylkill expressway at belmont jammed from conshohocken to belmont. westbound from past the boulevard to gladwyn. a new accident coming in where a vehicle smashed into a tree on darby borough at landsdown avenue. an accident at hook road. serious. >> reporter: we're looking at sun, cool to start out, 5 by 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 61. noon, 68. it's going to be a beautiful afternoon, light winds a decent amount of sunshine, high of 73 around 3:00 p.m. >> i think we've all said our
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piece. >> i'm done. >> no further comments? >> no. >> i don't have anything either. for karen rogers, david murphy, tamala edwards, i'm matt o'donnell. they will have more to say on "g.m.a." next. how tall are you? how do we measure greatness in america? the height of our skyscrapers? the size of our bank accounts? no. it's measured by what we do for our children. the values we pass on. i've spent my life fighting for kids and families and it will be my mission to build a country where our children can rise as high as their dreams and hard work take them. that means good schools for every child in every zip code.
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college that leads to opportunities... not debt. and an economy where every young american can find a job that lets them start a family of their own. we face big challenges, but we can solve them the same way families do. working together. respecting one another. and never giving up. i want our success to be measured by theirs. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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good morning, america. breaking right now. deadly hurricane matthew plows through this caribbean. marching toward the u.s. >> we want you the evacuate. we do not want you to stay. >> millions evacuated from florida to north carolina. kneeing the coast in bumper to bumper traffic store shelves emptying. schools closing for millions of kids. thousands of flights cancelled. our team on the ground as the southeast braces for matthew. bashing bill. donald trump's new line of attack. >> oh, did bill clinton blow it. oh, did he blow it. >> you've got this crazy system. >> going after the president for comments on obama care. >> i'm getting a lot of credit. because really, that's my first so-called "choice."

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