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i want our success to be measured by theirs. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> presidential nominees hillary and donald trump face off tonight in the second debate. trump is resisting calls to get out of the race after lewd comments he made about women surface in a new video. the eagles take on the lions in detroit. jamie apody talks to a birds player who will have plenty of fans in the stands. >> we begin with hurricane matthew, the storm arrests
northern bands are moving through the area. a wind advisory is in effect along the coastline. we are not expected to get the winds that hit the south. >> matthew dumped ten inches of rain on north carolina. >> more than a foot of rain left towns partially under water. this morning rescue crews are going house to house looking for people possibly trapped. as predicted we appeared to have dodged the worst of matthew. >> people need to be careful on the roads if they are heading to church or elsewhere, chris. >> reporter: that's right, nydia, good morning, everyone it's a dicey situation this morning, the roads are wet we have a lot of ponding taking place. it's the northern fringes of the outer edges, if you will of hurricane matthew examines well
to the south off the -- examines well to the which is well to the south off the coast of north carolina. the reds is where it's coming down heavily. the green is lighter rain falling, south jersey and delaware seeing the heaviest rain. a ang route 9 it's heavier, there's ponding abbey puddling. the spray splashed up from the cars in front of you, will inhibit your vision, as well. heavy rain is falling at this point, take it slow and take it easy on the roads. there's the leftovers here of what was once hurricane matthew, it's extra tropical meaning it's
losing it's tropical characteristics, it's producing quite a bit of rain. that will pull through as the day progresses. by afternoon it's a little wet, periods of rain, is some of it heavy at times especially for south jersey and delaware. by afternoon once we get past lunch it turns windy and cooler with high temperatures around 63. by 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 63 and 5:00 p.m., 62. we have nicer weather in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast to talk about, i'll have the details coming up in just a bit. alicia. >> thanks, chris, visit 6abc.com to monitor the path of hurricane matthew at any time. our inter active hurricane tracker can show you current wind speeds and where the storm is expected next. >> donald i know you live in your reality, but that is not the fact. >> but you have to plan. >> that was round one, tonight is round two of the presidential
debate with the election now just shy of a month away. >> now donald trump is going into this debate with no opposition within his own party following lewd comments about women caught on tape. >> that caused top-ranking republicans to call for his removal. senator mccain said he will not vote for his party nominee. conlisa rice and carlie fee rearena. >> hillary clinton leads trump by 9 points 47 to 38%. plus the margin of error is plus or minus 6.1 percentage points. pennsylvania is very much up for grabs.
karen travers has more on the trump fallout. >> reporter: it's a showdown in saint louis, a debate that could make or break for donald trump after remarks leaked. the billionaire caught on a hot mic talking about an attempt to sleep with a married woman. trump brags that his status as a celebrity gives him a free pass to grope women. >> grab them by the. [ bleep ] you can do anything. >> hillary clinton tweeted this is horrific we can't allow this man to become president. >> reporter: mitt romney and the chairman of the rnc condemning his comments. paul ryan said he was sickened with what he heard. >> clinton got a solid bounce
out of the first debate. >> reporter: she has a five point lead over trump in one national poll. the same poll before the first debate has trump on top. is this trump's last chance to turn things around. >> you really think that hillary clinton is debate preception for three or four days. hillary clinton is resting. >> reporter: trump's campaign insists he has the advantage with the town hall format focusing on the audience and not engaging with clinton. one potential pitfall, half the questions are coming from the audience. >> he can't get mad at jane q citizen like he mets mad at us. >> you can watch the presidential debate tonight followed by "action news" at 11:00 p.m. you can get our "action news"
app on the google play stores. developing overnight the search is on for killers who shot a young man in front of his own mother. this happened in the 2100 block of third street in chester. several systems barged into an arm, a 20-year-old man was inside with his mother. one of the suspects shot the man several times killing him. his mother was not injured. at this point the motive behind the attack is unclear. >> back now to our coverage of hurricane matthew, it is being blamed for ten deaths in the united states. two people in north carolina swept away in their car by floodwaters. the storm is moving out to sea as the dumps a foot of rain on north carolina flooding homes and businesses 100 miles inland. dozens of people in the state had to be rescued from their cars. south carolina governor warned the residents it was too dangerous to return to their homes. >> what i am going to ask for
you is patience, most injuries, most fatalities occur after a storm because people attempt to move in too soon. do not plan on going back home today or tomorrow. >> the storm knocked out power to more than a million people in the southeastern section of the u.s. some residents returned to their florida homes to find them destroyed. things are much worse in haiti. the storm being blamed for killing 470 people in just one hart-hit district of that county. >> we're following breaking news for you, police have arrested the man they say shot and killed two police officers in palm springs california. overnight police saluted their caskets as this procession was underway. other officers surrounded a home capturing that shooter. that shooter opened fire speaking to the officers who responded to a family dispute. one officer killed had just returned from maternity leave.
the other was a veteran of the force. >> i'm a wake in a nightmare right now. that's me, but you know what, i have to step forward and stay focused. >> now, her husband is a sheriff's deputy, a third officer was wounded in the shooting, police say the shooter was known to of them and at this hour is under arrest. rail station at the train station in hoboken, new jersey will partially resume tome. officials are investigating the new jersey transit crash that killed one and injured 100 others. a new rule requires the conductor to join the engineer whenever the train pulls into the terminal. the train was traveling twice the speed limit before it hit the station. eagles sunday morning, back from the bye 3-0. they have a date with detroit. the last run didn't end so well.
today is pay back time for the birds who got crushed in detroit last thanksgiving. that loss began the eagles spiriling which ended with the firing of coach chip kelly. flash forward, the eagles have a new coach and new quarterback and they are in first place. jamie apody and her lucky green dress are in detroit. she'll be up in 15 minutes. you can get a recap on "action news" tonight at 11:00 p.m. the fans are saying her green dress is the reason for the wins. >> there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. a family scrambled to get out of their burning home in south jersey. >> celebrating philadelphia's italian pride a peek at today's parade in south philadelphia. >> reporter: alicia, heavy rains continue to fall this morning across south jersey and
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flight before you take off or pick someone up today. we have heavy rains out there all night, right? >> reporter: it's mainly for areas south and east of philadelphia this morning. the good news it's working out to sea so quickly maybe a couple of hours we'll clear out nicely. >> good, because 12:30 p.m. the parade steps off. the spring bands won't come if it is raining, the columbus bay parade. >> reporter: as we go live on sky6 live hd, there's the view penns landing. you can see the flags blowing in the winds. a wind advisory has been posted for cumberland, cape may and atlantic counties in south jersey and kent and sussex counties in delaware. there's a flood watch in kent and sussex county delaware, wits well. this is the leftovers of
hurricane matthew, this is the delaware beruit 47, delsea drive if you have taken it to the shorepoints it's a slow go, reduce the traveling speeds there's a lot of water on area roads. the rain is coming down at a good clip. milford, up into dover, route 1, atlantic city, heavy rains are falling at this point. most of it again confined to areas south and east of philadelphia. so the farther north and west you go from the city, the lighter the rains get because the storm is hugging the coast. so heavy rains for delaware, heavy rains for cape may, cumberland and atlantic counties this morning. rainfall totals since yesterday this started around lunchtime. started with a few showers and it got slowly steadier and heavier as the day moved on. millville an inch, atlantic city same thing, dover close to an inch. the closer to the shore, you're seeing the heaviest rain.
we've seen a quarter inch in philadelphia. flood watch continues in southern kent county in delaware. heavy rains over two inches has fallen in harrington and river view and southeastern into milford until 8al 45. most of the heavy rain will be gone and working out to sea. temperatures on the cooler side. 57 in reading, 59 in millville. atlantic city, 62. trenton, 57. satellite and radar here's the back edge, this is the remnants of the leftovers of what was once hurricane matt that you, kind of sitting here. it's not this far north, it's off the coast of cape hatteras north carolina, it's working out to sea and it continues to travel east. it's moving at a good pace. it will take all this rain along with it. we'll seer clearing conditions. as a matter of fact let's show you on future tracker 6.
late morning, jersey shore, cloudy across interior sections of south jersey, as well as the western suburbs, after lunch time we're sunny, far western suburbs, sun and clouds philadelphia, cloudy across south jersey, the clearing line marches east as the day wears on. in the overnight, the rain is gone, the temperatures plumb it into the low 40s for the overnight lows. morning rain, afternoon sun, windy, 62 degrees, winds out of the north 20 to 30 miles per hour. that's part of the reason why the wind advisory is up for the shorepoints. damp during the morning, periods of rain, some of it heavy across south jersey, 3:00 p.m., 70 degrees, 5:00 p.m., temperatures around 68. actually that should be the low 60s. overnight, 40 degrees, outlying suburbs, 46 for center city. mainly clear and breezy, winds sustained out of the north at 10 to 20 miles per hour. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 63 tomorrow,
as well. columbus day looking nice, sunny and nice, tuesday, 65. wednesday, clouds, 67. thursday, sunny, tranquil, 72. friday, cooler, 65. saturday, sun and clouds, 65 degrees. alicia. >> like the look of that, criminals. thank -- chris. thank you. philadelphia's annual columbus day parade you can watch it live on 6abc this afternoon. it begins at broad and morris street and ends at marconi square. our coverage of the parade begins at 12:30 after "action news" at noon. i'll lead our coverage alongside chickee and pete's owner, and the grand marshall is danny ihe.
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subpoenaed morning, heavy rains falling across south jersey and delaware all in association with the leftovers of hurricane matthew. which has made a sudden change. if you remember from yesterday, we thought the storm would make a loop deloop and go back down south toward the bahamas, again, because of the cold front right here, it allowed the moisture to lift into long island and south jersey and delaware. that's what we'll see this morning. by afternoon everything is pulling away, skies brighten up. sustained winds, you can see the tropical storm force wynfield south of the philadelphia area this will continue to work east and out to sea later today. forecast for today, cloudy skies, morning rain, heavy south and east, afternoon sunshine turning breezy and cooler, highs around 63. guys. >> thank you. the eagles go for 4-0
detroit. ducis rogers and jamie apody are on the birds' beat. >> reporter: good morning, the eagles are rolling these days, they hope the bye week has not slowed them down. this afternoon visiting the hapless lions, jamie apody is with the birds. >> reporter: i am in detroit. that is an can -- canada. last time they were here they left with a 30 point loss,. >> we shook that off from last year, i'm excited to be here, it's always one of those precious moments you can play in your hometown, something i dreamed about all the time. >> you feel different this year coming in undefeated, new team, new year. >> new team, new year, everybody is fresh and ready to go, and we all behind wentz, we
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>> we are hours away from the second presidential debate, donald trump is is not back be down in the aftermath of a sex charged moment that was caught on tape. hurricane matthew leaves flooding down south. the storm's rain is drenching us, too. 6:30, saturday morning, chris sowers joins us with a preview of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. the good news it's going to more out. >> reporter: it's a much lessor tune than what they were seeing down there. >> really. >> reporter: let's go outside, looking over the ben franklin bridge, it's a cloudy and damp morning. we have the rain falling south and east of philadelphia. some of it continues to fall at a good clip. we have patchy fog, as well. reduce the traveling speeds and be safe we have ponding an area roads. this is future tracker 6, the center of what was hurricane matthew it's become extra tropical now, meaning its lost
its tropical features. it's no longer tropical in nature. it's working due east forcing the rain towards the northwest. yesterday we were talking about the approaching frontal system that was siphoning the moisture northward, the rain moved farther north than what we were anticipating. we've seen heavy rains over south jersey and delaware, over the last 6 to 12 hours. the line is south and east, there's showers north and west of there, the steady stuff is south and east of the delaware river. 295, the new jersey turnpike, a slow go, lots of moderate rain falling at that point. you get into norristown, malvern, coatsville, the farther north an waste you go, the lighter rain you come. here's what's left over with matthew, it will race out to sea. by 9:00 p.m. not only is the rain gone, but the cloud cover,
as well. winds out of the of the northwest it's drier and windy and sharply cooler as overnight lows drop into the low 40s. for today it's a damp start, lots of clouds, periods of rain this morning, around lunch time that's when everything shut off and works out to sea, skies brighten up a little bit we'll see the return of sunshine. 3:00 p.m., 63. 5:00 p.m., cooler, sun and clouds, 62. nydia? >> thank you. donald trump is vowing not to quit the presidential race on twitter, he wrote that he never drop out of the race and never let my supporters down. trump has remained with aids in trump tower in new york city since the release of a 2005 video. in the video trump makes lewd remarks about women. >> i moved on her like -- i couldn't get there, and she was married, all of a sudden i see her she has the big phoney--
>> reporter: several say what he has said so far is not enough. some have calledden him to do -- called on him to do more. >> there is nothing that's going to cause his dropping out, that's wishful thinking of the clinton campaign and those people who opposed him for a long time. >> trump and clinton square off for tonight's second presidential debate. >> now we turn to a new challenge for the clinton campaign. democratic senator bernie sanders said his support for hillary clinton remains strong despited released of newly released clinton campaign e-mails. wikileaks revealed a number of hacked e-mails showing remarks
she made in private speeches. in one she told wall street investors she said there was a need to have a public and private position on certain issues when dealing in back room discussions. you can watch abc's news live coverage of the presidential debate at 9:00 p.m. it is followed by "action news" at 11:00. for more on the race for the white house and ahead of the second presidential debate tonight tune into this week with george stephanopoulos at 10:30 a.m. after "action news." >> when it comes to the general election we should remind you the deadline to vote is tuesday, in delaware, october 15 and new jersey, october 18. hurricane matt that you left a nasty punch down south almost a dozen people died in the storm's march along the
coastline. >> reporter: hurricane matt that you leaving it's destructive markup the coast. >> this is -- mark up the coast. >> this is a very, very deadly storm. >> >> reporter: after ripping up roads and devastating homes in florida, the storm is tearing through georgia and the carolinas. >> you cannot stand in one place, the wind is so blowing at such a high pace. >> reporter: the strong winds bringing down trees and power lines leaving more than a million people in the dark, but the biggest concern remains flooding, roads left underwater in charlotte, the driver stranded in is savannah and the strong storm surge tearing down a pier in myrtle beach. >> what i am asking for you is patience, most injuries most fatalities occur after a storm because people attempt to move in too soon. do to the plan on going back home today or tomorrow.
>> meanwhile, here in north florida, bridgeses leading to coastal communities have just reopened and residents are coming home to find there's little left. like this mobile home you can see the walls torn off, the inside ripped a part. for some people matthew may not have been as severe as expected for others it was life changing. marcie gonzalez, abc news saint augustine, florida. "action news" reporter, bob brooks has more on what's being done locally. >> reporter: entire towns have been wiped out. some towns in haiti can't be accessed right now. the roads, bridges they have been washed away, the power is out, not expected to be restored anytime soon. >> a lot of people are not able to contact anyone because there is no electricity in those areas. >> a local haiti leader with
the haiti foundation are planning are for relief for others. >> we heard a story of a parent who was holding a 5-year-old, the winds came and took the child away they don't know when they going to find that body. >> >> reporter: she said she expect the death toll to rise, they had no means to prepare. >> you talk about people who had very few items and felt it was important to protect, thinking it is a simple rainstorm that's going to pass through. >> the u.s. navy and five hundred marines are on their way with supplies. food is expected to be in the shortage now. >> we imagine that already prices for food have gone up in
the entire nation, because we're talking about the effects of sea water in the form lands. >> reporter: where i'm at right now is the ebenezer haitian baptist church, local leaders are meeting here next saturday if you want to help be here at that time. reporting in feltonville, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> a fire has badly damaged a home in south jersey and sent a firefighter to the hospital. the action cam was on the scene in gloucester township camden county. the fire broke out at 3:00 a.m., when firefighters arrived flames were shooting through the second floor. all residents got out safely. it took 30 minutes to get the fire under control. investigators are looking for the cause. that firefighter is being treated for heat exhaustion and said to be in good condition. >> this is the last weekend you'll see donald trump's name
on a casino in atlantic city. tomorrow morning the taj mahal will shut down for good. costing thousands their jobs and bringing an end to the trump legacy in the seaside resort. coral vickson vickson >> meteorologist chris sowers is back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and a look at when the rain is moving out. >> it's a blast from the past as the new jersey state museum opens an exhibit called toy world. somehow it hurts that the toys i played with as a child are in a museum. i'm nora muchanic that's coming up on "action news." >> now our social corner.
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let's get you outdoors, live on sky6 live hd, looking at wilmington, it's damp, periods of rain out there, the remnants of what was once hurricane matthew, the rain bands lift farther to the north in the delaware and lehigh valleys. we have a couple of bands running parallel to the delaware river, the other one affecting cumberland, cape may and atlantic counties in south jersey, both bands are heavy. we'll zoom into the one closest to the city first. we're returning parallel to the delaware river, river front into palmyra, you can see the reds and oranges, and farther to the south, woodbury, swedes burr -- swedesboro, ponding on roads, the visibility is reduced because of heavy rain as well. you will get the spray from the car in front of you, allow
yourself extra time this morning. the next band shows the heavy rain falling from cape may to sea isle city and atlantic city. running up the garden state parkway and route 9. there's the villas and reeds beach. here's the northern fringes of hurricane matthew. it's the delmarva that's seeing the heavier rain. as the this came onshore, it's incredible. some areas picked up over 17 irntion of rain. we have -- inches of rain. we have flash flood warning for dover, river view, harrington, picked up 2 inches of rain since it started yesterday afternoon and looking at least another 3/4 of an inch to perhaps an inch when all is said and done. if you live a flood-prone area
keep alert to your roundings, swollen creeks and streams. it's an area that floods, keep that in the back of your mind. the wind advisory goes into effect, all aerials shaded in the green, cumberland, atlantic, cape may, kent and sussex. winds gusting up to 45 miles per hour as matthew works out to sea. here's the remnants of what was once the remnants of hurricane matthew packing winds of 75 miles per hour which is hurricane force but it's become extra tropical, it no longer has tropical features like an nor'easter. something you will see in the winter months. heavy rains being thrown back to the coast over the next several hours. this has made landfall in charleston, south carolina.
savannah, georgia, 18-inch. fayetteville, a foot. hilton head, south carolina, a foot of rain. for us we'll continue to see the rain for areas south and east through the late morning hours, by afternoon watch things improve here, skies brighten up around lunchtime. thick overcast for south jersey and delaware, lighter skies north and west, everybody sees sunshine here, before the day is out. call from accuweather, morning rain, skies brighten up by afternoon, turning breezy, sharply cooler, 61 in millville. philadelphia, 63. allentown, 65. trenton trenton, 63. idea, clouds and rain in the morning, partial sunshine by afternoon, 60s and 3:00 p.m. temperature, 63 degrees. once we get beyond today it's smooth sailing. look at the rest of the week. columbus day, 63, sunny and
nice, 65 tuesday, wednesday, clouds and sun, high of 67. thursday, the warm day, sunny and tranquil high of 72. friday and saturday both days featuring a lot of sunshine, temperatures in the mid 60s. for the parade. >> let's talk about it, 12:30 south philadelphia. >> reporter: maybe a little damp. >> the string bands come with their feathers we can't have them getting wet. chris thank you. >> charles chaput archbishop of philadelphia blessed the saint francis villa serving seniors in kensington neighborhood. it has 40 one bedroom units. it filled up by july a month after it opened. new jersey was one of america's great toy manufacturing hubs and nora muchanic is learning about the classics getting their moment in
the spotlight once again. she has a different kind of story. >> reporter: toys fun and they make people smile. >> reporter: it is what you will do as you see the new exhibit opening in trenton called toy world. we got a sneak peek how important new jersey was to the manufacturing century during the last century. >> we have continue plate toys recreate an a amusement park. >> reporter: mantua metal was the new jersey version of lie lie -- trains. new jersey was making ten percent of all toys in america, things were changing from
continue to plastic. some of these goodies are on display with some of the black and white tv commercials that promoted them. >> if you look into the toys you can learn about american history and world history. >> reporter: the exhibit starts october 15 and runs until the end of april. if you would like to take a step back in time this is the place to be. at the state museum in trenton, i'm nora muchanic, channel 6 "action news." >> i think we have some of old toys in my parents attic, we'll have to go digging. >> i'm so glad i'm part of this antique movement. >> we'll be right back. katie v/o: she works hard.
relation to the hoax against schools and students. because of the hysteria, the money clair district banned clown costumes. a 60-year-old man died after falling into a pit in lower merion township. it happened at the township transportation facility after woodbine road near green tree lane. the man was unloading trash as part of a fall cleanup event. he fell down a 45-foot pit and became trapped. he died at the hospital. delaware county d.a. is asking for your help to find a killer. here's rick williams with this morning's crime fighters report. this is the man authorities want, 37-year-old rodney shelterren of north carolina charged with -- shelton charged with murder and robbery in the killing of thomas child's. >> he shows up to work in the early morning hours june 9,
2015. of course he never comes home from work, balls the perpetrator in this particular case kills in a failed botched robbery. yeadon police found the body of child's next to his deliver truck in the loading dock of ridgeway industries. at the time of the murder, witnesses say shelton had a light mustache. the murder weapon and the victim's cell phone was found nearby in the cemetary. victims traced the handgun to the owner in north carolina who admitted they gave the weapon to shelton. authorities were able to pinpoint shelton's travels. we were able to tracked entry into philadelphia through mega bulls his exit out of the region through mega bulls, we documented through acquaintances and friends he confessed. there's a 20,000-dollar reward for his location.
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monkey. look how nice, he loves nothing more than having her hair brushed. if you stop, he'll smack your hand, you can resume brushing my hair. that's hilarious. >> that's awesome. awesome. awesome. awesome. >> awesome, indeed this is an inspiration touchdown, that is marvin pierce son scoring a touchdown for pottstown high school. what makes this special, is that pierceson is blind. he could see his moment of glory playing out in his head. the touchdown -- >> i couldn't love it more. >> it's 6:57. some rain from hurricane matthew is soaking parts of the area right now. meteorologist chris sowers back
next with the update on that. >> also ahead, donald trump vowing to continue his campaign despite fallout after a recording is released in which he makes vulgar remarks about women. the presidential nominees
meet tonight for the second debate. >> plus a man is shot to death in chester and his mother witnessed the crime.
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>> presidential nominees, hillary and donald trump face off tonight in their second debate. trump is resisting calls to get out of the race after lewd comments he made surface in a video. a train carrying 600 people derails in new york city. >> the eagles get back to business returning from the bye week to take on the lions in detroit. jamie apody talks to the who will have plenty of fans in the stands. >> hurricane matthew bands are moving north and east of philadelphia. a wind advisory scene of the accident along the coastline -- is in effect, along the coastline.