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authorize a strike. a walkout would shut down the buses trollies and the subway. >> trump campaign pointing the finger at the press and the clinton campaign accuses russia of meddling with the elections. >> eagles face the redskins, jeff skeverski will be along with a troubling trend an an injury. >> sky6 live hd overlooking the camden sideline. >> nice to be back together, welcome back, gray hall. >> reporter: it's nice to have the gang back together. if you're making the trip down i-95, the high in washington, d.c. is 77 degrees, that's a precursor of things to come.
radiate until you see what's happening here in our neck of the woods in about ten minutes. in the meantime we start you out with the visibility. we're down to .3 at philadelphia international airport. .5 in millville. 2 1/2 miles in trenton. 1.3 in toms river. .3 of a mile in lancaster. 9 miles in the lehigh valley. temperatures are milder, as well. it's chilly, but not as cold as yesterday at this time. allentown, 41. philadelphia 51. millville, 41, trenton, 42. patchy fog take it easy on the roads first thing this morning. radar showing clear skies all the way down from new england to sunshine state. weather looks good down the southeastern part of the united states. high pressure in control that means a day similar to yesterday. mostly sunny skies, a few clouds
during the afternoon. it's warm, highs around 73. sun are and clouds that's the call from accuweather. nice, 73 it is the forecasted high. when i come brac in just a few minutes we have one not two, but three straight days to talk about in the 80s. i'll have the details in just a few minutes. >> thank you so much. your time now, 7:02, i want to get you to breaking news we're following lincoln university. pennsylvania state police right now investigating an incident there right now here's what we know. they are only saying this is some sort of assault. we know a person was taken to the hospital. it is homecoming weekend at the university and sources tell us there was a number of skirmishes at a concert on campus. we're working to find out what happened here. the second we get the information we'll bring it to you. >> happening today, more than five thousand septa workers will vote on whether or not to
authorize a strike. twu-234 members are scheduled to meet for vote on whether to strike. septa's regional rail would not be affected. pension and healthcare are at the core of the contract dispute. "action news" and 6abc.com and our news app will let you know the results of the video as soon as they are available. >> election day is only 3 weeks away, overnight a new poll provided a glimpse into how close the race is. the abc news washington post survey shows hillary clinton leading donald trump by four points by likely voters nationwide within the margin of error. in the past week seven in ten respondents believe trump made unwanted sexual advances.
trump is saying it's part of a rigged election. >> reporter: with the third and final debate around the corner, donald trump has a new recommendation for hillary clinton and bold accusation. >> we should take a drug test, because i don't know what's going on with her. >> reporter: trump is launching new attacks against the media blaming the press after more women came forward accusing him of sexual misconduct. >> no witnesses, no nothing, all big lies. >> reporter: just as new accusers come forward, one of them a former contestant on the tv show the apprentice. she said trump made advances against her in 2007. john barry said he is shocked and bewildered adding that ever since she was on the apprentice
she had nothing but glowing things to say about trump. on the democratic side, tim kaine showed trump no mercy at a recall. >> recall -- at a rally. a newly released batch of wikileaks from the hacked account of john podesta highlights concerns over bill clinton's past sexual allegations. the clinton team has not confirmed the authenticity of the e-mails and claims this is the work of russia to help trump. >> the race for pennsylvania attorney general, this morning you can see the candidates square off in a forum on 6abc. matt o'donnell posed questions on a special inside story. republican state senator, john rafterty and montgomery county
commissioner, josh shapiro are running for the office. one will replace kathleen kane after her resignation and perjury conviction. tuesday is the final day to register to vote in new jersey register online at the board of elections office or through a motor vehicle office. the deadline has passed in delaware and pennsylvania. >> the time now 7:06. new this morning, an argument between two men ended with one of them stabbed in the chest. it happened in north philadelphia. police were called to the 2600 block of north fairhill street to reports of a fight at 11:30 p.m. the 26-year-old victim was rushed to temple university hospital in serious condition with several stab injuries. so far no arrests have been made. >> a suspected arson in west philadelphia is likely an act of
revenge. while police say the woman charged with the crime had one target in mind, the fire she is accused of setting destroyed multiple homes. bob brooks has the story from the 4900 block of girard avenue. they worked as quick as thectd there they could, there was no stopping the flames from shedding after officials say a fee sail suspect lit them on fire on girard avenue. >> it was very, very scary. black smoke was billowing out the door and blowing down the street. >> reporter: that's harmony alan who lives next-door she captured the flames shooting out of the building on her cell phone. no firefighters were hurt, but could have been. >> some of the pieces of the house fell on the firefighters, but didn't get them too bad. the reason why the suspect set the blaze was to light her boyfriend on fire. officials say the suspect started the fire in the middle row home. it was vacant, but
unfortunately, there were people living on both sides. you can see from the damage there's not much left that can saved. sadly these buildings are a total lost. as for the suspect she has been caught and being treated at a local hospital for minor burns. reporting in west philadelphia bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> 7:08. the 30th annual aids walk philly run and 5k steps off this morning. action cam at the eakens oval. walk starts at 9:00 a.m. the event goes up an back on mlk drive raises money and awareness about the disease in honor of those who lost their lives to the disease, there will be panels for the memorial cloak laid out in front of the museum. the eagles are in washington, d.c. looking for redemption and pay back. carson wentz and company are coming over the first loss of
the season. washington is the first nfc opponent they are facing. eagles are playing their first game since the suspension of lane johnson a key blocker for carson wentz. jeff skeverski will have details on a big injury for washington coming up in sports. >> this morning we have a happy update we want to share with you, cyrus the horse the clydesdale who was stuck in a mud pit has made his way to a new home. cyrus was purchased during an auction 8 weeks ago. he was staying at thornberry farms when he got stuck in a mud pit. crews had to use a crane to free him. cyrus had a tough life. penny parker said he is going to the home where he will be happy and loved. >> they are great people and supportive and understanding this whole thing has been an
wonderful experience for me. >> so glad, cyrus is doing okay, a beautiful horse. parker said she had a special connection with cyrus, it was a bitter sweet experience to say goodbye cyrus we wish you well. >> there's a warning this morning about calcium supplements. >> hurricane matt that you -- matt that you is long gong him but the number of dead rises. >> temple football team makes a memorable last-minute comeback. maybe a little chilly out there, but a big warmup is on the way, including a couple of record highs. details in the exclusive accuweather in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
>> what a beautiful start here, what a great way to start a glorious day. 7:12, 58 degrees, sky6 live hd looking at cape may, new jersey. we have a warm week ahead, we may break record, right chris? >> reporter: we just put the extra blanket on the bed, we'll be taking that off. let's get you outside and show you what's going on, sky6 live hd again, beautiful shot, atlantic city, sun starting to rise, it's going to be a fantastic day, yesterday was so nice, lots of sunshine, managed a high of 68 degrees which is a couple of degrees above seasonal averages. today we're in the low 70s. it's warmer and warmer and warmer through wednesday. 73 is the high temperature we're shooting for today. there's the seasonal average right there, 6 degrees above average. 50 is where we started out this morning. the normal 48. millville, 41. it's chilly out there this
morning, but all these locations were in the mid 30s yesterday at the same time. so we're a good five to 8 degrees milder than 24 hours ago. in some cases ten degrees warmer. poconos 18 degrees milder than 30 minutes ago. these numbers will be five to ten degrees milder. it will feel like august by the time we get into tuesday and wednesday. satellite and radar, we're going wired here, what i'm -- wider here, what i am showing you is a cold front to the west. this may provide a shower or two to the lehigh valley or the poconos. everybody else stays dry, this front is harmless as it swings on to the north. informant northwest, gusty rains and winds 65 miles per hour. it's an area of low pressure. it's a powerful storm. most of the country is okay, if
you're traveling to the heartland or the south, or southwest, doesn't look like you'll run into any issues. the temperatures are mild, so pack light. 72 in saint louis. atlanta, 65. jacksonville, 70 degrees. the surface maps we have two areas of high pressure. these are not canadian high pressure systems that means warm conditions, the warmup continue this afternoon. cool up through here, it's not going to stay here, it's not heading toward the delaware or the lehigh valleys. monday, the high positions off the coast of the carolinas. the lot of the switches out southwest and it will really warm up. mostly sunny today, a few clouds by afternoon. peel say partly cloudy overnight tonight. tomorrow morning there could be a brief shower in the lehigh valley and the poconos with the approaching front. otherwise it's a combination of
sun and clouds all day with high temperatures close to 08 degrees. sun and clouds today, it's a warmer day, 73. winds are light out of the southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. again, just like yesterday starting out with sun, a few clouds during the afternoon, 1:00 p.m., 67. 3:00 p.m., 70. 5:00 p.m., 72. much milder overnight tonight, partly cloudy, 54 degrees outlying suburbs, 58 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, get a load of this, 80 degrees tomorrow, combination of sun and clouds, record-breaking high 86 tuesday, followed by another record breaker wednesday. 85. thursday, warm, but not as warm, 77. friday, showers, 70. saturday, back to normal 66 degrees. i want to point something out, the last time we had that many 80s in row we saw 50 inches of
winter. >> criminals come -- chris, come on. >> reporter: thanks chris, we love you. a typhoon off the coast of the seattle washington knocked out power to 20,000 households there. a man thought was a cool idea to go wind surfing in the storm. he had to be rescued. there was an ef2 tornado, torpedos in the area are very rare.
exploded. they spent the last two years redesigning the unmanned rocket. >> in "healthcheck" there's a warning you need to know about, a stud says calcium supplements may increase heart damage. it can cause a dangerous plaque build up in arteries possibly limiting blood flow and increasing the chances of a hart attack. it was connected to a supplement intake. a natural diet of calcium rich food is protected. children vaccinated was higher than the national average in pennsylvania by more than 1%. children can enroll without vaccines if they are medically or religiously or philosophic ally exempt. hundreds of guns are off
the streets of philadelphia by a buy back event. members of the philadelphia department and sheriff's department got together to play basketball with the local youngsters with the push for peace tournament. it's to encourage a positive relationship between young people and law enforce. looks like a good time. >> reporter: welcome back
what brings weather into the lower 48 is a pattern like this we see the cold air drop south from canada. that's what we're in here right now. what happens next week, the wind shift out of the west, this is pacific air riding across the country west to east. it keeps the colder air bottled up to the north. there's nothing drop in from canada. this is warm air stretching from the west coast to the east coast of the united states. when you follow the direction in which the clouds are moving you can see the pattern shaping up across the lower 48. everything is west to east across the lower 48. that will warm things up nicely later this week. jersey shore, sunny, 70 degrees. philadelphia, 73. poconos, 66. two record highs on the way later this week. >> thank you for the update. in sports this morning, temple football team makes a classic come back. the eagles reverse a troubling
trend against the redskins. the birds face the team later today and washington will be without a key player, here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: desean jackson wasn't the one who beat up the birds last december it was jordon reid. today at 1:00 p.m. eagles won't have to worry about reid officially ruled out with a concussion. >> bounce back, baby. >> reporter: you got to love it, eagles fans wishing the guys good luck as they left 30th street station for washington, d.c. carson wentz is looking to bounce back against the redskins after the lions loss. eagles have lost three straight to washington. eagles wish to capitalize on their defense which is among the worst in the nfl. >> you got norman back there that makes plays they're distinct ial -- this is a great
team, they have the better of us, a few times we met. it's time for us to step it up. >> flyers notorious for their slow starts had a shot to put an end to that last night trying to start 2-0 for the first time in five years. flyers fired up against the coyotes. back they come, wayne simmonds scoops it up and scores. flyers tied at 3. the flyers can win it, matt reid, a shot right there, but mike smith what a save, other way, minute later, steve mason stands no shot. good night, flyers lost 4-3 in overtime. they have not won the first two games of the season since 2011.
give it up to temple coach matt rhule, the owls fight back on the road down in florida. milton, 63-yard run. down 25-27. the cherry and white fighting back, jihad thomas into so the half. they will get win five. temple philip walker to bryant, 26-yard gain they are down at the 8. the clock is ticking, ten seconds left. walker to keith kirkwood, touchdown with one second to go, temple goes 70 yards in 31 seconds to win it in drawing fashion. temple 26-25. they are stunned in orlando! what a finish! congratulations to the temple owls. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> a cub's magical ride
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smoke in a section of philadelphia, police do not think they are accidental. a community protests an artist that is performing last night. warmer for the weekend, it's just the beginning of a trend that's warming through the week. let's go outside to chris sowers with the accuweather. this is good news as far as i'm concerned. >> reporter: it's good news as far as i'm concerned, as well. it's chilly out here this morning, if you're out and about early, you'll need something sleeves. 39 in quakertown, pottstown, 39. saint davids, 46. chester, 45. center city, 51. glassboro, 41. agenda beach, 48. dover, 44 and hammonton, 39 degrees. no frost out here this morning, temperatures are a good five to ten degrees warmer than the same time yesterday, the warming trend continues right through most of the upcoming week. satellite and radar we're crystal clear, nothing to worry
about, just a little bit of patchy fog this morning. now that the sun is starting to rise, a lot of that will burn off quickly. sun and clouds today that's the call from accuweather. it's a warmer day, speaking of warm, watch this, high pressure off the coast of the carolinas. if this was july or august, we would be getting set for highs in the 90s for three or five days, fortunately it's october and we won't see that kind of heat. it will be hot enough to put temperatures in the 80s. clockwise flow off the high winds shift out of the dixie south, record highs for tuesday and wednesday and thursday. as the front moves in and things cool down we're still going to have highs in the upper 70s. when i come back i'll go over the temperatures for you tuesday an wednesday, and have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
nydia. >> chris, thank you. we have an update on the breaking news out lincoln university of schoot released a -- school released a statement confirm ago a shooting on campus. shots were filed and stray bullet struck a van carrying private security guards, a woman was shot in the arm. she is undergoing surgery, and is expected to surviving. the guards were hired to work as home coming festivities are underway. state police are assisting lincoln police with the investigation. so far no arrests. new this morning, investigators say an early-morning house fire in the frankford section of philadelphia looks suspicious. the action cam was at the scene the 1300 block of dire street. firefighters were called to the block at 3:15 a.m. when they arrived they found three separate fires in inside e home. earlier last night firefighters had to extinguish small fires in
separate locations inside a house three blocks from the latest fires. 7:32 a.m., if you use septa, you want to hear this. thousands of riders could be forced to look for alter -- alternative transportation. subway and bus and trolley drivers could hit the picket line october 31. there's no compromise over the healthcare and pension agreement. septa regional rail would not be part of the walkout because they are with a separate union. donald trump is spending a lot of time at campaign stops denying the allegations issued by several women. he called the charges outright lies, he repeated his comments as president he would do everything possible to end the
scourge of drug abuse in the state. >> we'll not only stop the drugs from pouring in, we will help all those people seriously addicted, we'll get them assistance, we'll make sure that they have the top treatment and get better. we got to get them better. >> the trump campaign is cutting ties in the ohio republican party chairman who has criticized trump after the tape of the candidate's lewd comments. >> e-mails released by wikileaks contains transcript of wall street speeches. the material showing clinton a voiding criticism of wall street for the 2008 financial meltdown. at one point she said congress would pass the dodd frank banking reform law for political reasons. it is one of the leaked speeches for wall street in which clinton was paid $250,000 each.
tim kaine said the leaks are a russian effort to help trump win the election. despite the leaks, trump is trailing in the polls. >> now he is blaming everybody, it's the media's fault, it's the gop's fault, it's everybody's fault. now that he thinks he is going to lose, he is saying the whole thing is rigged, it's rigged against me, pour me, the guy is a bully. tim kaine said it's important for hillary clinton to win big so countries like russia understand they cannot interfere with our election. democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine and newt gingrich come to this week, martha raddatz hosts 10:30 a.m. >> a police officer was attacked with a cleaning solution in deptford township, new jersey. officers responded to reports of a domestic disturbance and tried
speaking with the woman through a closed door when she abruptly opened the door and threw the cleaning agent into the officer's face. the officer is expected to be okay. the suspect is under arrest and formally charged. protesters are condemning a rap song saying it's encouraging criminals to target their community. the artist behind the controversial lyrics performed in philadelphia last night. jennette reyes has more. >> reporter: rapper yz performed before excited fans, but beyond the main door it was a group of protesters who want to see the rapper for a different reason. >> he with -- we want to look o his eyes and say this is wrong. >> a two-year-old song encourages his fans to scope out
chinese neighborhoods and commit burglaries. >> why are you promoting chinese families they don't believe in bank accounts they have a lot of cash at home. nothing is fun to glorify this kind of thing. >> reporter: there's been a recent uptick in crimes against those in the chinese-american community. >> we hope the communities come together, african-american, latino, asians, white, let's come together. this is very wrong. >> reporter: other asian communities are protesting the and -- protesting the song and asking youtube to take down the video. jennette reyes, channel 6 "action news." >> the city of philadelphia is known for its history and now it is one step closer for
celebrating itannial culture -- italian culture with a new museum. 6abc loves the arts previews the first person arts show. >> sky6 live hd taking a live look at the center city skyline, a beautiful day ahead today, a high of 74. meteorologist chris sowers become next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's a warm one, we'll be right back.
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feel after indulging at the cheese steak food festival. they served up cheese steaks pretzels and water ice. thisthis event is now in the sed year. >> this looks so good. >> reporter: this was yesterday, how can i didn't know about this, i didn't do anything all year. oh, my gosh, i have to remember this for next year. all that looks good, the forecast looks great, as well. stress the view live on sky6 live hd, down in atlantic city. a few clouds early on. lots of sunshine by afternoon, mixed with high, thin clouds, gorgeous day, high temperatures well in the 70s no rain. radars are clear. 51 degrees in philadelphia.
dewpoint 50. pressure is 30.26 inches, the winds are right out west/southwest at 3 miles per hour. there's a bulls eye over the city of philadelphia as far as visibility is concerned. we're down to .3 at the airport. trenton .3 of a mile. most of the surround suburbs are doing okay. it's in the heart of the viewing area where we're seeing the dense fog. allow another hour that will burn off. 43 degrees in allen town. trenton, 43. millville, 41. philadelphia in the city, ten degrees warmer. 47 in the poconos, lancaster and reading both checking in at 46 degrees. satellite and radar, big story this week there's not much going on. we have a huge area of high pressure that's going to sit over the carolinas that means every single day once we get past monday is bright and sunny, and warmer, southwesterly breeze and high temperatures in the 80s. as a matter of fact let's show you what's going on over the next few hours, future tracker
6, combines of sun an clouds, mostly sunny is to start. overnight tonight, part cloudy, tomorrow morning a cold front swings by to the north. it will impact new england, but it could bring a spotty shower to the poconos. monday night into tuesday we're clear and temperatures are off to the races. speaking of temperatures here we go. temperatures in the 40s, we're up in the 70s this afternoon, mixed skies, sun and clouds, overnight tonight the numbers drop into the 50s. it's a milder night, we get into monday afternoon, 79 or 80, somewhere in the ballpark. by tuesday, it feels like august, high temperatures in the low 80s. the model has 82 for philadelphia. accuweather is going 86. that would be a record-setting high, wednesday's high, forecasted high is 85. that too is a possible record breaker.
73 today. sun an clouds, it's a warmer afternoon, same number for wilmington, 71 for millville. 70 in cape may. 72 northwest, trenton, 72. if you're heading to chester today for the union game against orlando city looks like nice, warm and pleasant, temperatures in time 70s. in the 90th minute, 69. overnighter tonight, temperatures in the 50s. 55 in trenton. 57 in wilmington, philadelphia, 58. millville, 55. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, lots of 80s out there. 74 today. 80 degrees sun and clouds tomorrow there's the two record setters, tuesday and wednesday, 86 and 85. even thursday is mild. even though it's cooler, we're not in the 80s, it's 12 degrees above the seasonal average. 77. friday, cloudy, 70 degrees. saturday wet with rain and cooler, 66. the next four or five days look
fabulous. >> remember you can get the seven-day forecast and storm tracker 6 live at 6abc.com/weather. >> the time 7:45. in the late 1700s, the first italian immigrants started arriving by the boat loosdz not only in -- loads not on in new york, but in philadelphia. people find it difficult that there's no museum to honor that great historical. >> the first italian live here in 1798 when this was fields and wilderness. when i met up with michael di pilla, we were a few blocks away from his home. here's what the corner looked like in 1906. you might call him the keeper of
italian american history. today the only reminder of the immigration station this marker from the city. but the impact of the immigrants can be felt on every corner in south philadelphia. because they are still here, the only problem -- >> we have nothing to celebrate our culture in the city. >> reporter: michael di pilla is the author of the little italy, and the movement behind the italian museum. >> children learning to paint the money in a -- mona lisa in chalk. >> right at the foot of the ben franklin bridge. >> reporter: a quarantine station used in the 1800s for
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art festival is approaching. the effort draws everyday people and artists from around the world. karen rogers has more in 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: as the saying goes everyone has a story to tell and the first person art festival is a chance for people to share and connect across the cultural divide. people share their personal experiences through dance and theater and spoken word and
puppetry across the city. it all kicks off with the grand slam. >> we invite members the audience to share person stories on the theme of the night. >> reporter: winners can compete for the best storyteller in philadelphia. audience members can take to the stage and share. >> some of the best and compelling stories come from people that are just living day-to-day, it is amazing. >> professional performances include woman of leash -- leisure and panic. >> she dances and performs. >> reporter: my grandfather would have shot me, the black granddaughter of a vicious nazi commandant tell us her story.
>> people made money off the american slave trade. >> it's the festival mission to bring everyone together. >> when you have the courage to get on stage and share a part of your life with the world, you connect with other people that have something in common with you. >> the first person attar festival runs november 7 to the 19th. we posted a link for the tickets on our website 6abc.com/loves the arts. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> 7:51. two graduates of germantown academy in montgomery delivered a generous gift. they made the pad caster, it turns an ipad into an all in one video production tool for journalists and filmmakers. they donated 15 of the devices and other equipment to the students in fort washington and trained them. the class of 1942 from central a
high school in philadelphia got together for their 74th reunion. they gathered at the hilton in wynnfield highlights, 140 people graduated together in the middle of the second world war and many of them served over seas. congratulations. afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
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anhave plenty in common --. they're both putting pennsylvania women at risk. even after trump bragged about sexually assaulting women, toomey stood by him. on women's health - both trump and toomey would defund planned parenthood. on abortion: trump: "there has to be some form of punishment" toomey: "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: too dangerous for pennsylvania women.
you can see them wearing sleeves and jackets. later on this week they will be in tank tops. 74 today. tomorrow 80. 86 degrees tuesday that's a record-setting high. 85 for wednesday, same thing that's a record high if we hit the mark. thursday, mild, partly sunny, 77 warm. friday, partly cloudy, 70 degrees. saturday, lots of clouds and rain cooler temperatures arrive. next weekend, it's more like it should october weather. >> 7:55 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> here's a look ahead. >> hi, gray and nydia, good morning philadelphia. coming up on "g.m.a." donald trump is calling foul telling supporters it's a rigged election and calling for a drug test before the next debate. he is going full tilt days away
from the presidential debate wednesday. wikileaks is dumping thousands of pages of hillary clinton e-mails. body cam footage, shows a call made about a noise complaint. that noise was a groom with his friends, we'll show you coming up. vernon organized a cleanup events in upper darby. he picked up trash in a nine block stretch. >> "action news" continues later this morning. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, we'll have an update on the search for a
gunman after a private security officer is shot by a descrai bullet in loner -- stray bullet at lincoln university. >> we'll have more on whether septa workers vote to go on strike in just a few weeks. >> for gray hall, back from vacation, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. have a great sunday! we'll see you back here at 9:00 a.m.
good morning america. new overnight. donald trump calls for drug tests before the next debate. questioning hillary clinton's past performance with unfounded claims. >> she was all pumped up at the beginning. >> the candidate calling the campaign rigged. plus, the new abc news poll. have the latest headlines hurt his support? >> northwest storm. heavy rains and strong winds. this crane sent spinning. trees falling on to homes and cars and power lines. cars driving deep into trouble and floating away. so is the worst over? rob is tracking this dangerous storm. >> deadly accident, a truck plunging 60 feet off a highway bridge landing in the middle of a crowded park festival. >> my heart a pounding