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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. "action news", delaware valley's leading news program, with meteorologist melissa magee, jeff skversky, sarah bloomquist and walter perez. sunday night, young man is shot to death in chester inside of his own home in front of his mother. also ago else suffered their first loss in the final moments of their game against lion. but the big story on "action news" is count down to what could be the most contentious presidential debate, so far.
>> this face off takes place against backdrop of a campaign in chaos, at center is record ago this surface that had includes donald trump bragging about groping women and now several top republicans are turning their backs on the g.o.p. nominee. >> "action news" report earth janet reyes is live from the satellite center with the very latest, janet. >> reporter: widely anticipated second presidential debate is now just three hours away, round two comes the on the heels, of trump's biggest scandal yet. big question is will he turn things around on on clinton and stay the on the offense. >> tonight both candidates prior to go head to head, once more in st. louis, donald trump stopped by a venue early this afternoon to do a quick walk through as for her special guest sources say hillary clinton will invite members of the little rock nine, first students integrate in arkansas high schools, her goal tonight, it is to talk about her career long fight for families like their. trump's strategy will be to stay on the offense, and away from his latest scandals.
>> i moved on her and i fail. i will admit it. difficult try to leap her. she was married. >> reporter: this graphic conversation recorded in 2005 and obtained by washington post captured trump in the middle of a lewd conversation about a woman. >> moved on her like a bleep. i could not get there. she was married. >> reporter: recording has led to a parade of republicans, denunsing trump and many asking him to withdraw from his race for the white house. president obama is latest to go after trump this afternoon during a fundraiser in chicago. >> that tells you he is insecure enough, he talks himself up by putting other people down. not a character trait that i would advise for somebody in the oval office. >> reporter: in the past 24 hours, trump has sent out a barrage of tweetness one he thanked his followers for their continued support. in another tweet he vowed never to drop out of the race. the just hours ago he mock republican leadership calling them hypocrites, and predict their poll numbers will plumet
because of their supposed betrayal. still secret, each candidate has their share of controversy, strategies say that the best plan for each of the candidate is to stick to the issue tonight. janet reyes for channel six "action news". ape you won't want to miss tonight's debate as it the begins in the little under three hours right new. all starting at 9:00 p.m. and watch it all right here, on six abc. moving to football eagles lost today for the first time this season. granted they lost by one point but it was mediocre detroit lions. >> loss heart breaking for quarterback carson wentz who threw his first interception, as quite possibly the worst time. jeff skversky is here with more on the game. >> this was a tough loss. eagles looked sloppy, over a hundred yard in penalties, turnovers, defense, nothing really looked sharp today. you didn't think bird would just beat up everyone and go 16 and zero, did you? eagles, they come out rusty
out of the bye week facing their biggest deficit of the season. eagles fight back against lions. they take the lead late, but they end up dropping the ball, in crunch time. eagles down 14 points to detroit, largest deficit of the season, back they come in the third quarter. carson wentz to josh hough, there you go. eagles will take a two-point lead. they cannot hang on. final two minutes ryan matthews fumbles the ball. lions grab it. first turn over of the season by eagles that lead to this. lions retake the lead, matt pratto the field goal. they are down one. they get the ball back, a field goal would win it. inn extend wentz air is it out, oh, no, his first career interception, coming at worst time, eagles lose 24-23. two turnovers today. over 100-yard of penalties. that will hurt them. >> we just have to learn to, you know, take advantage of these situations and we just came up short.
it is still a good football team. we're learning from these mistakes, we will learn from the penalties and missed opportunities, and get ready for next week. >> biggest thing is we shot ourselves in the foot a couple too many times. some of the holds in place, they happen. but the delays of game and some of those mistakes that we can control ourselves, we have to clean up. >> at the end of the day they are still three-one. >> absolutely. >> people didn't think they would win that steelers game. they are still on pace for 12 wins at this point going in the season you would take 12 wins. >> true. >> we will have much more in sports from jamie apody live from detroit. >> thanks, jeff. moving on to other news tonight, death toll from hurricane matthew in the u.s. now stand at 20. north carolina more than 500 people, had to be rescued from high water after the storm dumped torrential rain there. in fact at least five people there remain listed as missing. over in haiti we still don't know full extent of the devastation because so many road are washed out, blocking access to several communities.
in one area, homes of 40,000 people just 82 homes are left standing. latest estimates there for death toll at 900 people. and math the you isn't moving away from the carolina coast tonight. our weather is improving as well with the rain, finally coming to an end. meteorologist melissa magee here with the check of the accu weather forecast, melissa. >> we will continue to watch what is left of matthew. here's very latest as we look at satellite six with action radar. matthew is 200 miles to the east of cape hatteras, north carolina but all of that moisture, that tropical moisture did move up in the mid-atlantic region during overnight hours and getting pushed into this cold front across our region and getting burned out to sea. got news is most locations are improving as we get in the second half of our weekend but not without bringing some rain our way. wildwood you pick up 2.5 inches of rain, more than two in atlantic city, more than half of the inch of rain reported in dover. wilmington 1.26 inches.
little more than an inch of precipitation reported in philadelphia. in the wake of the cold front moving through and in the wake of the moisture we still do have that wind advisory posted from atlantic city down to cape may in south jersey. down in rehoboth beach and bethenny beach there in delaware. wind advisory staying up until 11:00 p.m. tonight as we could find wind as high as 45 miles an hour. still quite blustery at this hour with the northwesterly wind, 25 miles an hour, there in philadelphia. we have a gust as high as 35. poconos, gusting as high as 31 n lancaster. coming up we will take a closer look at the forecast and let you know when these wind will die down and we are off to a cool start for start of the workweek. details with the full and exclusive accu weather forecast, sarah. >> feeling fall like, melissa, thank you. wind were whipping around the flags on the ben franklin parkway this evening. in the lower merion wind brought down a tree at great springs and woodley road. it also brought down some utility wires, fortunately no one was hurt. police in chester are investigating a deadly
shooting. victim was a young man investigators say was shot right in front of his family. at this hour search is on for person responsible. "action news" reporter bob brooks has more. >> reporter: this is crime scene of a murder. the stretcher brought out for a young man had his life cut too short. police say a 20 year-old was ambushed just after 2:00 a.m. this morning. according to neighbors sadly there is no surprise with the news today. >> it is bad around here, man, as far as the killing and stuff with guns, real bad. >> reporter: that is terry covington and said crime on third street is proof things are getting worse, this morning, he was heading to church with his grandchildren. covington says he does everything that he can to keep the kids away from something like this. >> it is rough living here. it ain't easy. there is no jobs or kid to do around here. >> reporter: according to chester police the details of the crime are horrible. suspect barged in the 20 year-old's home and shot and killed him in front of his
mother. in word of a motive yet. neighbors tell us that the young man was a bright spot on their street. victim used to give haircuts inside of his home, to people who could not afford them. now detectives here at the police station say they need help with this one. they are after a man who shot and killed a 20 year-old in front of his mother. if you nose anything about this give them a call. reporting from chester, bob brooks, channel six, "action news". a family has been left homeless following a house fire overnight in blackwood, new jersey. the fire broke out just after 3:00 a.m. here in the 1,000 block of oak wood avenue. fire fighters quickly extinguished the fire, and family was able to escape without the any injuries. one fire fighter was taken to the hospital, for heat exhaustion, but is in good condition. no word as to what sparked the blaze. the largest national coming out day event took place this morning in center city. twenty-sixth annual out fest celebrated the cities lb gt community and history. it featured a block party with
bar crawls, music, shopping. there was a main stage with live entertainment all throughout the day. a celebration of italian culture took over south philadelphia today during the annual columbus day parade. >> ♪ >> dozens of different string band, clubs and high schools marched down broad street today. parade was televised right here on six abc with our own alycia vitarelli anchoring the broadcast. much more to come on "action news", service to remember survivors of the holocaust is held in new jersey. plus hundreds of people didn't let this morning's rain stop them from supporting stepping out the to support the a good cause today. we will go live to detroit the for more reaction from the eagles on their heart breaking loss, that and more when "action news" comes right back.
in the rain for the annual service at shallom cemetery. services held every year on the sunday before yom kippur, the event was sponsored by sarah and sam chauffeur holocaust resource center at richard stockton college of new jersey. the irish memorial of philadelphia at penns landing was a site of the commemoration ceremony this morning to honor those who died, suffered or fled irish famine back in mid 19th century. famine commemoration is held each year both here in philadelphia and ireland. after a few brief remarks the group gathered around the memorial for a moment of silence. they celebrated german heritage in montgomery county today. hundreds of people line the streets in rockledge for the annual steuben parade. the boy scouts and several band treated the crowd to live music as they marched through the streets. parade featured this years corn flower queen and her court. streets of philadelphia's olde city neighborhood were filled with local artists a and good food today. olde city fest took place along north third street, and
jeff skversky has a check on sports. important information here it turns out carson wentz is human. >> yes, he is. >> he is human. >> it is not all on carson wentz. he
made that huge mistake down the stretch with 902nd to go but defense, the penalties, of course, ryan matthews that fumble hurt them as well. eagles looked more like a chip kelly coached team then they did a doug pederson team today. eagles had a season high 14 penalties for 111-yard, not to mention two turnovers at the worst possible time late fourth quarter on the road in detroit.
carson wentz, doug pederson trying to be the first rookie coach and quarterback combination in nfl history to start four and zero. defense which had not allowed a passing touchdown all season allowed three in the first. matthew stafford to theo riddick. biggest deficit of the season. back they come, second quarter, wentz to ryan matthews. eagles down by 11 at the half. third quarter eagles come out flying. went to josh hoff, eagles would get within one. and then start of the fourth, trying to runaway with the w, math the yous with a big run but oh, man another penalty. their 12 for hundred yard. eagles have to settle for another field goal. 49-yard field goal, bang eagles with their first lead. up by two. under three to go, it is third and two. they can run it the out but ryan matthews fumbles the football. ryan has got i. eagles first turn overall season. so, the team need a big stop. third and four, stafford with a golden tait, first down but
plus another penalty. fourteen penalties. 111-yard, are you kidding me. it leads to a go ahead score. it is good. eagles down one. they get the ball back 1:28 left, field goal will win it. wentz on first down air is it out, his first big rookie mistake. first career interception, eagles lose 24-23. after no turnovers all year, they turn it over, on their last two drives of the game. >> let's go live to jamie pod any detroit where eagles suffered their first loss. jamie, nobody expect them to look this sloppy after the bye week. >> no, that is for sure. they were sloppy, rusty but it felt like despite fact that the defense played horrible in the first half, despite all of the penalty and despite those two turnovers that came at worst possible time it still looked like eag would also steel one. when they didn't what a heart break and it proves that carson wentz and bird are human after all.
>> it is tough when you lose a game like this. it hurts more because you know hard work to go into every game, every week. you know, that locker room in there is hurting right now. >> we don't enjoy losing. it is nfl. it is hard to win. they played a great game. we are three-one. it is a a long season. you can't be too hard, you have to critique the tape hard, challenge yourself to get better but it is a long season. we have a long way to go. >> what does it do for a team a loss like this. >> it reveals who you are as a man, football player, really. all of us had an opportunity to change this game, some way, somehow. when you lose one what you have to do is prepare them on the next one. you can't lose twice because of one loss. >> reporter: they will take positives out of this. we will have more reaction on "action news" sports sunday following "action news" at 11:00. ducis rodgers is joined by 97.5 fanatic's mike missanelli. peterson said it was good that
wentz got that first interception, out of the way. also sound like it was wentz's call to go deep there not coach's. big concern is schedule gets tougher from here with the redskins, undefeated vikings, giants, cowboys, this was a game that they really needed to win. live from ford field in detroit jamie apody channel six "action news". >> good stuff, hopefully they can bounce back next week. eagles could lose out on first place lead in the nfc east by end of the night. if will dallas beats green bay the bird, well, they will will try to bounce back next week on the road against redskins. eagles could not pull it out in the final seconds. redskins find away against joe flacco and ravens. down by six, flacco, incomplete. redskins hang on to win, 16-ten. it is their fifth straight road win, and sam bradford and vikings they are five and zero. bradford hasn't turn the ball over. they are coming up as well on the schedule. as jamie said, some tough football ahead. >> who would have thought
vikings would be undefeated at this point, incredible. start of the workweek could be a pretty windy one.
>> meteorologist melissa a magee has the exclusive accu weather seven day forecast when "action news" comes right back. "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising.
hundreds of people braved wet wet they are morning in center city fail for walk for a good cause. they carried umbrellas and wore punchoo to fight kidney disease. the walk kicked off at philadelphia museum of art. event is designed continue on crease awareness for the need for donors. >> time for a check of the workweek forecast with meteorologist melissa magee. say that five times fast.
>> yes, hard one to say. after that wet weather moved out it turned out to be a nice dau but wind are picking up on the back side and that breeze stays with us tomorrow. we will show you what is going on with storm tracker six live double scan radar. it is dry, no issues with precipitation right now but we had a healthy dose overnight and earlier today. outside the action cam was outside earlier today, there is washington square, looking at washington square parka lot of folks enjoying a really cool start to our sunday. and cloud around earlier today, those clouds are breaking apart underneath mostly clear sky. we were below average with the cooler air overhead and especially that breeze out of the northwest. normal for us this time of the year 69, and maxed out at 55. at this hour constant northwesterly wind just 51 and in the poconos. sixty-three in philadelphia. sixty-one for lancaster. it is 60's for allentown, cape may at 62. just upper 50's for beach haven and atlantic city. wind are also an issue, we still do have that wind
advisory for areas in south jersey and down in delaware that stays up until 11:00 p.m. wind gusting as high as 45 miles an hour. right now sustain wind from 14 n philadelphia to as high as 22 miles an hour, and we do have strong gusts to contend with at this hour. here's satellite six with action radar we have matthew that is well off to our south and east, moving due east for rest of today. some of that tropical moisture will work its way in the mid-atlantic region and got caught up with the cold front that came through our area and it is pushing off to the east. the wind behind that however are out of the northwesterly direction and that is cooling us town nicely. call from accu weather for rest of the night mostly clear, windy and much cooler. dropping down to 40 in the suburbs. 46 degrees is the overnight the low in philadelphia. if we hit that this will be the coldest night we have seen since may 16th, so definitely feeling like fall across the area. sun up tomorrow chilly breeze on the way with high pressure staying in control. plenty of sunshine, high
temperature, of just 63. we have that constant breeze out of the northwest. on tuesday, sunshine, cloud, close to where we should be for this time of the year, high pressure staying in control plenty of sun and temperature coming in at 66 degrees and that area of low pressure from matthew stays well away from our region. the here's the exclusive accu weather seven day forecast, breezy and cool for columbus day on monday, high temperature coming in at 63. sunshine, clouds on tuesday, with a high up to 66 degrees. plenty of sun behind for middle half of the workweek high of 68. on thursday it does get warmer as cold front moves through but with very little moisture associated with it. high temperature of just 72. and then in the wake of the front on friday, slightly cooler, plenty of sun, high temperature up to 65. and then on saturday middle of sunshine and cloud in at 65. philadelphia union at home next sunday, seasonal day with a high temperature at 68 degrees. definitely cooler tomorrow. we have those wind out of the northwest out and we will make
it feel like we are in the fall season like we are, guys. >> melissa, thank you. you can find the seven day forecast ape live look at storm tracker six double scan radar anytime of the day on our web site just go to six abc.com/weather. abc world news sunday up next on channel six. >> don't miss "action news" at ten on phl17 tonight. then we're back here on six abc at is 11:00. for melissa magee, jeff skversky and the entire "action news" team i'm sarah bloomquist. we will see you right back here after the debate right here at 11:00 o'clock. >> ♪ planned parenthood.
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tonight, breaking news on a sunday night. the debate showdown, a short time from now. donald trump in the fight of his life. the video that has him in a battle for campaign survival. growing calls from his own party to drop out. asked will he stay in the race, trump now says 100%. now targeting bill clinton's scandals in the hours before this debate. and what we've uncovered tonight. what he actually said about bill clinton years ago. >> he's really a victim himself. also tonight, the death toll climbing from hurricane matthew. fire on the water. the house in flames. the system moving further north than expected. the deadl