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the storm may have weakened overnight, but the hurricane force winds are being felt in hilton head. right now matthew is a category 2 storm moving north off south carolina's coast. good saturday morning, i'm alicia vitarelli. the big story is on hurricane matthew. the storm was felt in georgia and south carolina overnight. waves were seen crashing over a sea wall in charleston. some of south carolina's historic cities are feeling the wrath. 150,000 people in the palmetto state are without power. so far the storm is being blamed on four deaths in florida. more than 1 million homes and businesses are without power this morning in the sunshine state. it has left a wide swath of damage including the church spire that toppled in jacksonville, florida. we'll turn to lauren lister, joining us live from new smyrna
beach florida with the latest on matthew and the conditions you're seeing there, lauren. >> reporter: no audio. hurricane matthew moving in orderward up the coast now slamming parts of georgia and the carolinas. the best thing now is to hunker down stay in a safe place don't more, don't try to move around. >> reporter: in florida, the storm claimed fowrve lives and left -- four lives, and left behind a trail of damage. jacksonville, the flooding extending for blocks. saint augustine nearly 2 dozen people including children were trapped at this bed and breakfast by the rising water. farther south, roads washed away while wind gusts topping 100 miles per hour tore down power lines and trees.
>> we heard a boom and seen it come down. >> reporter: in haiti utter devastation. the death toll at nearly 300, by one account it tops 800 and rising. meanwhile, hurricane matthew is weaker yet 26,000 people in the carolinas are heeding the warnings and taking no chances, riding out hurricane matthew in shelters. in florida, more than a million people are without power. residents are being told it could be a week before the lights are back on. in new smyrna beach, florida, lauren lister, abc news. >> thank you, let's turn to our own weather situation, let's take a live look outside via, sky6 live hd the ben franklin bridge. a cloudy morning keeping track of the possibility of rain in the area to start off the weekend. meteorologist chris sowers joins now with a look at what this might mean for the weekend
plans, say if you want to go pumpkin picking. >> reporter: i know you do. the earlier the better. there's showers possible this afternoon and overnight tonight. the bulk of the rain will fall when most of us are sound a sleep tonight. 57 in allentown. reading, 58. millville, 62. dover, 64. satellite and radar showing the shield of moisture to the south. there's a cold front approaching from the west. that frontal system is actually drawing some of matt that you's moisture north ward through the virginias and the carolinas and delaware and the lehigh valleys. a lot of it should hold off until after lunchtime. 11:00 a.m., 67. 1:00 p.m., 69. wet weather west of philadelphia at that point. 3:00 p.m., 70 degrees, showers around, 5:00 p.m., 68 same thing, cloudy skies, a couple of
showers are scattered about the area. we're zoomed into charleston, south carolina here's what it looks like on the radar. we have our buoys turned on. 24-foot waves in charleston maximum sustained winds up to 06 miles per hour. that's the eye wall that's starting to make landfall south of charleston. it will continue to parallel the coast and move into north carolina later this afternoon. i'll be back in just a few minutes, i'll have more on matthew and our local weather here which features a cool down next week. >> turning to politics, presidential nominee donald trump released this video overnight apologizing for an audio tape in which you can hear him talking lewdly about women. a hot mic caught him talking about trying to sleep with a married women. he said his celebrity status helped him with woman. >> i moved on her and i failed.
it. she was married. i have to use tic-tacs in case i start kissing her. i'm automatically attracted to beautiful women. when you're a star they let you do anything. >> trump was newly married to his current wife melinia when this was recorded on a bus. the comments made off camera. his campaign verified it is him we hear talking. trump had this to say overnight. >> anyone who knows me, knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it, i was wrong and i apologize. >> but there is already fallout from within the gop ranks. speaker. house, paul ryan calls his comments sickening and canceled his appearance at a rally in wisconsin. mike pence will take his place
at the rally. another republican wants mike pence to be the gop nominee instead. >> i wish mike pence was at the top of the ticket. i really do. not only is his performance at the debate. he is a person of high moral fiber. i feel bad for trump's wife and daughter. i don't know how he looks
her in the eye and tries to explain this away. >> trump added that the audio tape is nothing more than a distraction of bigger issues our country faces. he said hillary clinton's husband bill clinton has said worse to him on the golf course and abused women. >> be sure to tune into the second presidential debate tomorrow night at 9:00 p.m. a town hall style debate co-moderated by martha raddatz. a car crash left a woman critically injured along academy
road. a man slammed into head on into a truck. rescue crews had to pull a female passenger from the pontiac she is in critical condition. the driver of the pontiac was hospitalized with a broken leg and arm. the woman in the truck was not hurt. uber x and lyft can continue to pick up rides in philadelphia. a commonwealth court judge granted a preliminary injunction allowing the two ride sharing companies to work. the ruling prevents a cease and desist order from working. new jersey will go from having the second lowest gas tax to the 6th highest. supporters of the bill say the increased funding keeps vital transportation work up and running. drivers we spoke with are not
the least bit happy about the gas prices going up. >> when things go up, it hurts because working everyday and trying to make ends meet, the thing is it is going to cost more and we don't have the extra money to put out sometimes. >> governor chris christie is expected to sign the measure into law. it will take effect in two weeks after the signing date. high school football game to an early end after a bench-clearing brawl, we'll explain what started. >> plus, parts of south carolina are feeling the effects of hurricane matthew, at this very moment. we'll have an update on the storm. >> reporter: it's milder by ten degrees in parts of the area. cloud cover on the increase, showers by the afternoon. details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
came to an abrupt end because of a bench-clearing brawl. it happened in buffalo new york, the st. joe's quart quarterback took a hit out of bounds. when the fighting finally stopped, the game was called off, police escorted the st. joe's team to the buses. nobody was hurt. also no one was arrested. a nice day on the water turned into a terrifying ordeal for his man and his four legged friend. he was fishing with his dog off the coast of long beach. rescue crews pulled the men out. but the dog was trapped underneath the overturned boat. the boat was too heavy to lift and the water was rough. they had to wait for a vessel to right the boat. they found her alive and safe inside an air pocket.
now to the late late on hurricane matthew, this is a live picture from wrightsville beach north carolina. you get the idea how the winds are whipping when you take a look at the trees, the impact starting to be felt in the carolinas this morning. we've been tracking this storm for days, it's been a monster storm making its way up the coast. >> reporter: strongest since 2007. in terms of wind the worst was in florida, but storm surge the worst is across the carolinas. not only are you seeing the tidal, the storm surge coming in, it coincide with the high tide. there's 20 to 25-foot waves on top of that. all the water is being pushed inland. the flooding will be tremendous from charleston, south carolina in orderward until you get into wilmington, north carolina.
big time problems for those folks down there. for us in the philadelphia area. we have a cloudy morning, it's fairly mild temperatures in the 60s and it is dry, we are expecting some wet to move in later this afternoon. double scan live is clear, although you look toward the far left-hand side of the screen we're starting to see shades of green, there's the showers starting to show up to the west. 70 degrees in philadelphia. that's the forecasted high today. which is pretty much on par for this time of the year. the normal is 69. we started out at 61. you can thank the cloud cover for that. the cloud cover kind of insulates the grounds keeping everything milder. 57 in trenton. millville, 62. lancaster, 58. allentown, 57. cape may you're ten degrees milder, 67 degrees. the 24-hour temperature change is 7 to 15 degrees milder than yesterday all thanks to the increase in clouds.
satellite and radar, moisture to our south and moisture to our west. we have a cold front pushing east. wait until you feel the changes tomorrow. it will feel really, really nice. these are the outer edges of hurricane matthew. we'll not see the heavy rains with matthew, but showers are possible later on. forecast for today, surface maps look like this. there's the front pushing east, there's the hurricane, clouds and showers possible. the good news the front is kicking this storm out to sea. it's not going to come up and bring heavy rains to the philadelphia area. all that stays to the south. it will run off the coast of cape hatteras. for us behind the front we'll see cooler conditions. that's a canadian high pressure system moving in. that means cooler air sunday monday and tuesday, highs in the mid 60s. future tracker 6, cloudy skies, patchy fog this morning, otherwise showers breaking out this afternoon. even though the modeling is not
showing much expect to see more out there than what you're seeing right now. overnight tonight, rainfall totals 1 to 2 inches along the coast. sunshine to start sunday afternoon. hurricane matthew spinning its wheels moving onshore. there's charleston, right there. this is the outer eye wall, we're seeing winds 105 miles per hour. category two. moving off to the north, northeast at 12 miles per hour. getting ready to make the hook or right hand turn. there's came hatterus right there. it's coming up the coast toward the bahamas. it will be a much weaker storm with winds up to 30 to 35 miles
per hour. back here, cloudy skies, showers possible later on. overnight tonight, periods of rain. it's a damp night, 55 in philadelphia. cape may, 58. allentown, 52. from that point on, it looks really nice. 670 degrees today, afternoon showers. 66 tomorrow. morning rain, afternoon sun. monday through friday, temperatures each and everyday in the mid to upper 60s and some kind of combination of sun and clouds, some days you may have more clouds than sun, others days more sun than clouds. >> very nice. as the saying goes it takes a village to raise a child. in art of aging, registered nurse and health reporter ali gorman applies the same concept to seniors. >> they are good, they take me
to all my appointments. it's a difference between living and dieing really. >> reporter: penn village is the philadelphia chapter of the nashvilleage to village network. neighbors helping neighbors with the goal of enabling seniors to age in their own home. >> reporter: the group holds educational workshops every month from navigating medicare to understanding smart phones and social media. it's almost entirely run by volunteers. >> i've driven people to doctors to the supermarket, i cleaned one lady's closet for her and there's a give and take. martha joined penn's village after spinal surgery. >> my main contribution was to present a concert in my house.
i'm a musicians. >> we learn together and discover together and enjoy each other. >> for many of the volunteers it's like a second career a way to put their professional expertise to work in their post retirement years. >> i want to use my brain and use the skills that i have learned as a social worker. >> i feel like i'm relatively important could could cog in th. that's important to me. >> penn village is in center city philadelphia and there are others in the area and hundreds more nationwide. >> it's becoming an international movement redefining aging. >> reporter: ali gorman channel 6 "action news." with this degree of intelligence... it's a supercomputer.
fight a debilitating disease at the same time. stamp out parkinsons. david murphy is the co-chair at the scenic schuylkill trail. the corn hole for a cause is a family event to raise money for cancer patients. there's a corn hole tournament and barbecue buffet and children's activities. it's happening on horseshoe trail in malvern chester county at 11:30 a.m. the entire community is eninvited to a street fair stockton university in galloway. it's happening from day today from noon to 4:00 p.m. that's a look at what's happening this weekend all around the region. sports is next.
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and you can tell them is responsible you as thisn everyone, 7:24 saturday morning, we're zoom into charleston, south carolina where the eye is, the eye is sitting offshore, but the eye wall is pushing inland. every hurricane has an eye and eye all. maximum sustained winds 105 miles per hour. the heaviest winds are in the eye wall that wraps around the center of the storm. the eye is calm. no wind at all. right here is where you have the strongest wind around the eye, which is called the eye wall. overnight circulation is counter clockwise. so the winds are wrapping as it jogs north up the coastline.
as the shore is jogging up the coast, the onshore wednesday are creating all this flooding. we're seeing waivings 20 to 25 feetle we're seeing rain 8 to 15 inches. and tremendous storm surge. the water will be force of auto to sea tomorrow, they are making it on the chin here today tremendous problems in south and north carolina. >> the eagles wanted no participant of sun as they prepared for the game against the lions, jamie apody tells us why. >> reporter: the eagles might be without bennie logan who missed practice yesterday he is questionable with a calf injury. the birds practiced inside the bubble yesterday, why? ford field is enclosed and it's
loud. the eagles opened the momentum with a snap by the bye. >> they are a good d. they will be playing fast and it will be a loud environment. we know they present challenges and play fast. we have to execute. >> i think they understand it's a long, long season. they are excited obviously for where we are, but by no means are they satisfied being 3-o the goal is to win the next game. and we take it one game at a time. it's been a good week. >> reporter: the injury bug has bitten the flyers, michael delzotto will be out with an injury. utley went for rbi single off max sherzer.
utley and the dodgers with a 1-0 series lead on werth and the nationals. >> penn state will kick off home coming. franklin hopes to win on home turf. >> this is the first time, if you look at the games on the road, what the attendance has been this will be different. home field advantage is huge. so we'll see how all those things are managed. >> temple fell to 3-3. so what happened we'll find out, ducis rogers catches up with coach ruhle to find out about that ahead. temple play book at 9:45 a.m. that's intorlts, -- that's
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to a burning camden county home. >> the coast of northern georgia and south carolina are being battered by hurricane matthew. meteorologist chris sowers is outside with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris, all morning have i not known that yesterday was your birthday. >> reporter: yes, it was. >> happy belated. >> reporter: just turned 30. >> again? >> reporter: for like the 11th time. thank you alicia. it's nice out here this morning, temperatures are comfortable in the 50s and 60s. we have a lot of clouds upstairs a couple of showers expected later on. some of the moisture is from hurricane matthew, the heavy rains will stay to the south, we'll see a little wet weather later on before the day is out. fleetwood, 57. slatington, 57. chester 58. warrington, 56. center city, 61. glass borough, 59. smyrna, 62. sea isle city, 67 degrees this
morning. we have two features we're watching. you can see the ribbon on the left-hand side of the screen that's a canadian cold front. behind that cold front the temperatures are cooler in the 40s and 50s this morning that's drawing matthew up into the virginias and the delaware and lehigh valleys. for today, i don't want to say deteriorating conditions. but cloudy and damp this afternoon with showers. 73 degrees by 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., 6 degrees, high temperatures around 70 degrees. overnight tonight it transitions over to a steady rain especially areas south and east, first thing tomorrow there could wet weather before clearing and tomorrow afternoon looks lovely. lots of sunshine and temperatures in the 60s. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll focus on had hurre
matthew and the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. alicia. let's get you to this new video released overnight from an a apologetic and some called a defiant donald trump. he apologized for a graphic conversation he had off camera with a television host from ten years ago. he dismissed the footage calling it a distraction. brian clark has the details. >> reporter: a hot mic and a blast from the past. >> i moved on her and i failed. >> reporter: 2005 conversation between trump and billy bush talking about trying to sleep with a married woman while he was en route to tape a soap opera cameo. trump didn't say the woman's name, or when he hit on her, but his celebrity status helped with women. >> i have to use tic-tacs in case i start kissing her. i'm automatically attracted to
beautiful women, i start kissing them. when you're a star you can do anything. grab them by the. [ bleep ] trump 'merges from the bus. he insist it was locker room banter a private conversation took place many years ago, bill clinton said far worse on the golf course not even close. trump responds to the damaging video. >> i never said i am a perfect person nor pretended to be someone i'm not.
i've said and done things i regret and the words released in a more than a decade old video are one of them. anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it, i was wrong and i apologize. brian clark, abc news new york. >> clinton campaign called the video horrific and said he
should not be allowed to be president. >> clinton is dealing with the e-mails released by wicky -- wicky -- wiki leaks. one has her admitting you need a private and public face when it comes to politics. meanwhile, bernie sanders will be in philadelphia campaigning for clinton. he will headline a rally at the university of the arts on south broad street following a campaign event in scranton. he plans to discuss the minimum wage and free college tuition andbal warming. be sure to tune into the second presidential debate town hall
style debate co-moderated by martha raddatz. heavy rain
continues to hit georgia and the coral lines. unless -- carolinas. the storm has already claimed four lives in florida and it knocked out power to more than a million people there, as well. a combination of sea and rain water has made many roads i am am -- impassable. >> storm force winds are affecting the state of georgia and it will do so we're told for the next 24 hours. >> it's getting worse, so we're looking at major storm surges, we're looking at major winds. >> hurricane matthew left behind a trail of devastation in haiti where 300 to 900 are declared dead. go to 6abc.com we have
pictures from the devastation of the storm and hurricane tracker to monitor matthew's progress . a passer by may have prevented things from becoming much worse when they saw a camden county town home up in flames. action cam was on the scene clementon road before 3:00 a.m. a passing motorist saw flames shooting from the first floor and called 911. no one inside the home was hurt. so far no word on what sparked the blaze. this morning police are looking for whoever threw rocks at a school bus and injured a boy on board. chopper 6 hd was above the scene at broad and wingahocken streets. the boy inside the bus was hurt, but not seriously. from our new jersey newsroom atlantic city is taking a step toward fixing its
financial troubles and a voiding a state takeover. the mayor sent a letter to the city workers offering them a buyout. only employees with 20 years on the job quaff for the program. atlantic city is roughly $500 million in debt. a montgomery county family is a step closer to the american dream. they have a home to call their own. but it started with a generous donation and the kind heart of a businessman it is an amazing story and jeff chirico has it for you. >> reporter: we were there as the little ones checked out their bedrooms for the first time. dedication day at habitat for humanity's latest project. helen reilly got the key. >> they were telling me what colors they want their walls. it was hard to afford anything big enough for me and the kids. habitat made it possible.
>> welcome to your home. congratulations. >> reporter: so did this guy, lenny donated the home to habitat along with $50,000. he grew up in poverty across the street and found food and comfort in his friend's home. when i didn't have enough to eat, i came here and they fed me. fast forward, his friend asked him to buy the house which had fallen into disrepair. i came up to demo the property and turn it and flip it for a profit. i felt uncomfortable. >> we take the worst houses in the neighborhood and turn them into the best houses in the neighborhood. habitat for humanity montgomery county did just that, their 62nd home. riley will pay for it with a zero percent mortgage. >> it will provide stability for her children to grow up and provide wealth for her so the
children can go to college. >> reporter: it turns out that the children's late father grew up across the street next store to where lenny grew up. he said that's much more than coincide. >> we were friends. >> reporter: full circumstance. >> that's the way the lord works. >> reporter: in norristown, jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> an incredible story. do you know someone who takes a lot of selfies, we'll tell you what it means about your personality. >> a florida couple hopes hurricane matthew doesn't wash away their dreams of saying i do today. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming this saturday morning.
that their long plans for a wedding goes off without a hitch later today despite hurricane matthew who was not on the invitee list. they said they never thought about a historic weather event putting a damper on their big day. >> i never thought about had hurricane season, i thought about football season. >> reporter: they have a family member who is an ordained minister who can perform the
wedding no matter where, the reception hall has a generator to provide power, if nothing else they have an unforgettable day to tell their future children and grandchildren. i'm trying to see where that it is. some have been spared, that's in jacksonville. >> reporter: name their first kid matthew. let's get you outside, looking live on sky6 live hd the platt bridge. cloudy skies this morning, we'll see showers this afternoon. it's not going to be are a wash, but expect to see wet weather before the day is out. we're zoomed into south carolina. the eye wall has come onshore, i've got the buoys turned on. we'll dissect the storm so under what's taking place in the -- you understand what's taking police in the carolinas.
look at the wind direction out of the south/southeast. on the other side, south of savannah, winds are out of the west/northwest. you have the eye. winds are calm in the eye. it's the calmest part of the storm. winds are blowing around the storm in a counter clockwise fashion like this. out ahead of the storm northeast of it, along the coast charleston through myrtle beach and wilmington, north carolina you're getting all the water pile on. not only are you seeing the 20, 25-foot waves, the winds are forcing the water onshore, you're getting the storm surge right in through here. today it will affect this area right here. when you hear a storm produce see miles per hour. the winds are confined to the eye wall only which is this part right here. you see that wrapping around the center. 150-mile an hour winds. right now there's 105 miles per hour. i'm making the point the strongest winds are right here.
this is rain in columbia and southern pes of north carolina. this is -- southern portion of north carolina. this is the winds pushing off toward the north/northeast. this is portion of northern north carolina and southern north carolina is pulling away. maximum stained winds 105 miles per hour. it's a category 2. it's moving in a north northeasterly direction at 12 miles per hour. it's about to take an unusual turn toward the east and south. most of the storms will come up and out, and we don't see them. it will wrap around again and make over the bahamas again, it will be a weaker storm, but it's odd to see that kind of track
here. fortunately it spared us. we'll see showers this afternoon some of the moisture being drawn up from an approaching cold front. we'll not see the heavy rain and the potential flooding like what they are seeing in the carolinas. 57 in allentown. millville, 62. philadelphia, 61 and trenton, 57. so future tracker 6 shows later this afternoon light showers overspreading the viewing area from southwest to northeast. otherwise it's a cloudy day, fairly chilly temperatures in the upper 60s close to 70. overnight tonight, steady rain for south jersey and delaware. tomorrow morning it's damp for south jersey and delaware, dry to the west. everybody sees sunshine during the afternoon as the storm pulls away. sunny and temperatures in thes with a nice refreshing breeze. tomorrow looks fantastic. 70 degrees is the forecasted high, that moisture doesn't arrive until later on. it's cloudy during the morning. showers in the afternoon. 70 by 3:00 p.m.
68 degrees by 5:00 p.m. periods of rain south anne east, 52 degrees surrounding suburbs, 5 in center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, morning rain tomorrow followed by afternoon sunshine high of 66. monday is nice, columbus day, 65, comfortable, nice breeze, gorgeous day, tuesday looks good, wednesday looks good. thursday, looks good, friday looks good. temperatures in the 60s, so the only threat of wet weather will be later today and tonight that's it. >> i like that, looks good, looks good. that's the broken record we're looking for. >> of course you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time at 6abc.com/weather. an all new "fyi philly" is coming up tonight on 6abc. we'll take you inside a brand new bowling alley in fishtown that includes big eats. can you believe chris ate that whole thing. we go to the delaware county brewy and behind the bar to a --
look at the beaches and shoreline of cape may, sky6 live hd. the sunrise was so beautiful. i'm getting beautiful shots on social media. when the sun was coming up, man it was gorgeous. it will be a good day today, chris has the details coming up. "healthcheck" suggests people who post a lot of selfies on social media could be struggling with loneliness. they found people who take selfies often and post them are more likely to be vein and attention seeking.
going to the hospital for heart attack care could add a year to your life. researchers found that those treated at higher quality hospitals had an average life expect attendance of 9 to 14 months longer than those at a lower rate the one. research is shedding light on why alzheimers is diagnosed later in women than men. a study shows women have a better verbal memory at it is could mask the early symptoms of cognitive decline. researchers compared performance to learning activity in a test scan. doctors may need gender specific diagnostic tools to screen for alzheimers. there's a limit how long humans can live?
the answer is yes. the record for the oldest person is 122 years, but it's been 20 years since we saw that record set. the new study finds that the human life span maxes out around 115 years unless there's some unforeseen medical break through that can slow the aging process. >> neck, meteorologist chris sowers looks at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. hey, he had a birthday yesterday, wish him a belated one on social media. stay with us we'll be right back.
carolina. it's churning up the surf there. our thoughts with everybody dealing with the storm. you can see the sun starting to peek through as the storm starts to dissipate a little bit there. >> reporter: fortunately none of that is heading this way. we have wet weather from an approaching cold front. no heavy rain or storm surges, we're dodging the bullet. we've had our fair share of weather over the last couple of years. cloudy skies, 68 jersey shore. philadelphia, clothed skies, highs -- cloudy skies, highs around 70. scattered showers in the afternoon. we clear tomorrow, the exclusive
accuweather seven-day forecast is clear as a whistle once we get past tomorrow morning. sunny and nice, columbus day, 65. tuesday, partly sunny, 67. wednesday, nice, 65. thursday, cooler, 68 degrees. >> a nice fall feel to it. good looking stuff. >> 7:56 we're minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america" here's paula ferris with a preview. donald trump is facing major backlash, the republican nominee released an apology after a video from 2005 surfaced making lewd comments about women. members of his own party are calling for him to get out of the race and withdrawing support. we're tracking hurricane matthew, the monster hurricane punishing south carolina bringing relentless rains and packing winds topping 100 miles per hour we're in the storm zone
we'll have the latest on the destructive path. it's a busy morning on "g.m.a.," we hope you join us. >> of course, "action news" continues at 9:00 a.m. we're at the scene of a fire in trenton that has damaged five homes. hurricane matt that you's eye wall has -- matthew's eye wall has come a shore in north carolina. we have more on kelly's co-host, how does this sound, "live with kelly" and richard? we'll see you at 9:00. for chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm alicia vitarelli.
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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. 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.
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under fire this morning after an explosive video revealing graphic comments he made about women. >> i did try and [ expletive ] her, but she was married. >> hillary clinton calling his comments horrific and high ranking members of his own party condemning him and overnight, a rare trump apology. >> i said it. i was wrong, and i apologize. >> with the next presidential debate coming tomorrow night, can trump come back from this? we have team coverage. also breaking this morning, monster hurricane matthew working its way up the east coast slamming south carolina and georgia right now. this thing is packing dangerous winds of 100 miles an hour. tearing a path of destruction through florida killing several