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6:00 a.m., thursday, october 20. we're following breaking news. >> moments ago flames were shooting out of a west oak lane home. one person was hurt and the action cam is live on the scene. >> final fight a fiery exchange between donald trump and clinton reveals one of the can -- candidates will not accept losing in november. we're live on the news making moment. >> accuweather is tracking
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unseasonable warm weather, enjoy it because by the weekend you'll be going for the coats. david murphy and karen rogers good morning. >> reporter: starting with extractor double scan there's not much going on. we of harrisburg you might see showers or sprinkles. cloud cover is getting thicker to the west there could early sunshine in parts of the region we're expecting mostly cloudy skies for a good portion of the day especially the northern half of the region. 64 degrees in philadelphia. a little bit of a breeze blowing not too bad. 66 in wilmington, 66 in cape may. westbound through the day it will be mild later after a cool start. 62 by 7:00 a.m. 67 buyer -- by 10:00 a.m.
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noon, 71 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 77. if we squeeze out sunshine we could add numbers to had a high. the record is 80. karen rogers cooling down on the weekend, what you got on the highways and byways? >> reporter: we're looking live at 295 in new jersey, near 168 southbound traffic heading toward 42 no delay, a little volume, but no major issue. the schuylkill expressway this is approaching belmont, westbound traffic heading toward king of prussia. you can see people out and about, no delays an easy 14 minute ride in either direction of the schuylkill expressway between the blue route and the vine. on the big picture we see the speeds on the schuylkill expressway, the all right, media route 1 bypass, 51 miles per hour. near cottman, 26 miles per hour, other than that you're good except for the fire department
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activity. restrictions between 10th and 11th christian and carpenter streets. stick to the other numbered streets instead. i-95 heading to the betsy ross bridge no delays. >> let's go back to the breaking news stories, one of several fires that broke out overnight, the action cam was there as flames erupted from the structure in west oak lane section, east washington lane. looks like firefighters have things under control. they have not delayed that necessarily. this is 14 hundred block of east washington lane. there's not much smoke or flames coming from the structure right now. it broke out at the back of the buildings and it started to cause power lines to arc and they have peco on scene there. >> on to las vegas, the last time donald trump and hillary clinton would be faced to face
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and toe to toe. >> they duked it out on trade, abortion and guns and whether the loser should concede. >> katherine scott is live from the satellite center with more on the final fight. >> reporter: good morning, tam and matt, this was the final fight on the debate stage the war of words will continue long after last night him they traded personal attacks but they did focus on the issues. the final debate at the start, donald trump and hillary clinton did not shake hands. they clashed repeatedly. they talked immigration. >> when it calms to the wall that -- comes to the wall that donald trump talks about buildings, he had a meeting with the mexican president he didn't raise it he choked. >> chris wallace talked about the obstacles each campaign faced. for clinton, the e-mails released by wikileaks.
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>> what's important about wikileaks is that the russian government has engaged in espionage against americans trump denied allegations of sexual assault. >> i didn't know any of these women i think they want fame or her campaign did it. >> reporter: trump warned of a rig election and -- >> i would look at it at the time. i'm not looking at it now, i'll look at it at the time. >> reporter: after the debate last night trump's campaign manager did say that trump would accept the results in november, unless there was widespread evidence of issues. live from the satellite center, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> thank you for that. our jim gardner will host the final live debate for the pennsylvania senate race send us your questions for pat toomey and kitty mcginty 6abc join the
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action. the debate is live from temple university monday night at 7 on 6abc. happening today, crews will attempt to remove a plane that shocked residents in a camden county neighborhood. two men were injured when a small plane crashed behind a plane in lindenwald. rescue workers pulled the 66-year-old pilot and 72-year-old passenger out of the wreckage. no word on their conditions. no one on the ground was injured. we're hoping to get more information about another police-involved shooting with two philadelphia police officers. police fired and the man after he refused to drop his rifle. it happened mayfair before 6:00 p.m. it began with a domestic call. police arrived on the scene to find a 55-year-old man with a
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rifle. he ignored commands to put it down and instead pointed it at them. they responded and shot the suspect in the arm. he was taken to the hospital and expected to be okay. new jersey lawmakers are expected to give themselves subpoena power into the investigation into the deadly train crash in hoboken. if approved they could compel nj transit investigators to provide documents. a senate oversight hearing is set for tomorrow. we have a new rule for airlines that will make frequent flyers cheer. maribel aber has more. >> you may be entitled to a refund if your check bagged
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is -- if your checked bag is late. if you pay a checked baggage fee and your luggage is delayed, you pay for service you didn't get. stocks rallied to a 15 month high. we have reports on weekly jobless claims. wells fargo will cut the ribbon on a new concession today, shake shack is opening for the flyers and sixers up coming season. i was there yesterday, danny meyer has a great product. >> i've had shakes there, i've never had a burger. >> when you buy me the burgers you owe me, that's where you get them. >> reporter: i think you auto to wait until -- you ought to wait until you can get five burgers.
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we have no problems in the immediate region. we have sprinkles and showers near harrisburg and the poconos. all that is missing us. looking outside we have sky6 live hd that's the temple university camp looking south along broad street city hall. there may be clouds once the sun comes up over the horizon. light breeze blowing, 65 degrees. allentown, 50s. 63 in trenton. 66 in cape may. these numbers about 3 or 4 degrees cooler than yesterday morning. again, not bad for this time of the year, and this time of the day. future tracker 6 shows you between now and 9 abbey up to noon -- and up to noon, a couple of sprinkles and showers north and west. we are expecting the sprinkles and showers to be cloudy during the morning and afternoon. philadelphia will be back and forth, we'll call it mostly
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cloudy, it's not out of the question it will be warmer if we get more sun. up in the lehigh valley, 71 degrees, not as warm as yesterday, but not bad. down the shore, clouds and sun, 73 the high there. we'll call it 77 in philadelphia with mostly cloudy skies, if we manage to break out the sun for a good portioning of the afternoon we might go -- a portion of the afternoon we might go above that. it's going to be warm either way. a spotty shower possible, but only a slight chance of that. overnight tonight, spotty shower here or there, 62 is the overnight low. future tracker 6, the latest model run tomorrow up until noon and 4:00 p.m. in the afternoon period has most of the showers north and west of philadelphia. i'm going to allow for something during the day a little bit closer but not a washout. in the evening, there's a chance of a spotty sprinkle or shower passing through. most of the rain is out to the
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west, because the front is out to the west. tomorrow we'll go for a high of 76, late showers possible and the cooler air comes in. it's out to the west lurking out there and definitely going to invade us for the weekender. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 77 is the high, mostly cloudy skies overall, more cloudy up north, more sun to the south. tomorrow, cloudy, 76 degrees. not a washout tomorrow. saturday, windy and cool, the winds will gust over 30 miles per hour. 56 is the high. and some models suggesting occasional rain and drizzle. sunday we're back to the sun, 61 degrees, sunny and breezy for eagles and union fans. a nice 66 on monday before we slide back to 60 on tuesday and wednesday. the next chance of rain is wednesday night or thursday. >> nice. >> reporter: morning lows, brrrr, 40s. >> cdc expands testing for
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pregnant women who were exposed to the zika virus. >> first there were snakes on a plane, now they are under the hood. >> reporter: we had a disabled vehicle on i-95 northbound by cottman, here's the new one, this is i-95 near broad street. what's up with the disabled vehicle? we'll check the majors in the area when "action news" comes right back.
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>> welcome back taking a live look there at the platt bridge. this morning has been decent when it comes to the commute could we actually make it to 7:00 a.m. without something terrible. >> reporter: i'm going to say no. but it would be a nice thought, we can hold that thought together, while we take a live look in new jersey, 42. here we're looking good, deptford, gloucester county. if you're coming in from turnersville or blackwood. traffic moving nicely. see we've got problems it's loading on 42. i-95 here's an issue, we have a disabled vehicle we have penndot on the scene.
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i think they are changing someone's tire of they have the arrow board blockerring the left lane -- blocking the left lane, i-95 southbound at broad street. it's getting crowded with everyone moving over to the left lane. 23 minute ride between woodhaven and the vine on i-95 southbound. the second disabled vehicle of the morning i-95 southbound near broad and partially blocking the left lane. slow speeds on i-95 you see 20 miles per hour when you're traveling right here, that's basically from cottman past girard and elsewhere around region. here's where we have the disabled vehicle slowing on i-95, as well. 37 minute ride on the schuylkill expressway as you're traveling westbound past belmont, 49 miles per hour eastbound near girard. no other major issues on your majors other than the disabled vehicle on i-95 southbound. let's check the temperatures, weather treating us nicely
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today. not as warm as yesterday, but 64 degrees in philadelphia. we're heading up to 77. lots of clouds, chance of a spotty shower, matt. >> we have dramatic video of a cab driver being stabbed by a passenger in west philadelphia. it's difficult to watch. police hope to identify the attacker. he grabbed the cab driver and stabbed him several times in the back. investigators believe he was trying to rob the taxi driver who survived the attack. "action news" told you about this on sunday after the happened on race street. if you recognize the attacker in the video, contact police. >> a florida man was frightened by a slithers stow away in his car. he said he is used to seeing snakes, but having one in front of him on his windshield was too close for comfort. it slid out under the hoot of his car. i closed the ac vents.
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>> i think closing the events was a good idea. he went kayaking over the weekend, that's where he thinks the snake started to hitch a ride. if you're still squirming like i am, i don't blame you. >> it needs to shed its skin every five thousand miles. a head scratcher, this mug shot has people wandering what happened to this man's skull. >> the moments that received the most tweets trump's treatment. women and the clash on the question on aleppo. >> all the cars will be outfitted with cars that will make them driverless.
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heat, plus relief, plus healing, equals thermacare. the proof that it heals is you. swedish fish, it's astonishing that tam never had them. let's take you outside and check i-95. this disabled vehicle i was showing you before blocking the left lane has been pushed off to the side now. so traffic is moving a little bit better, but you can see it's rather crowded at i-95
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southbound at broad street. that disabled vehicle moved to the shoulder. mass transit looking good so far on a thursday. >> reporter: it's on the mild side, you might want a jacket on the kids early, but shorts and ts work later. in the afternoon, 71 by noon. the high 77 degrees, we're calling for mostly cloudy skies and more clouds to the north an sunshine to the south. if we squeeze out more sun in philadelphia we might be ahead of that 77. on the big board at the airport hoping for all green. showers in dallas. >> experts are recommending zika virus testing for all pregnant women. the test is recommended for pregnant women who live or visited the miami dade area
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since august 1. sceek zika virus can lead to severe brain birth defects. flyers have a win, loss, and overtime loss in three games. brayden shenn returns from his suspension. >> 6:23 up next a little girl shows up to school in a super girl costume. it wasn't about halloween. >> annie mccormick is live in a camden county neighborhoody crews are equity -- neighborhood where crews are getting ready to remove a wrecked plane. we'll get her later. we'll be right back. ♪
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>> new on "action news," a miami man is making news not for the crime he committed, but how he looks in a mug shot. he was charged with first degree arson and attempted murder. while the charges are serious, many are talking about what he looks likeness booking photo. he lost part of his skull in a car accident. he explained this in a youtube video he posted on 2012. he was high on drugs at the time of the crash and that left him with the altered appearance. 4-year-old kellyanne wants to be super girl. she has profound hearing loss and looks to super girl for
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inspiration. dad and child sometimes don costumes for comic book conventions, it doesn't need to be halloween to dress up. >> a wrecked plane is about to be lifted out of a new jersey lawn we're live on the scene. firefighters face a tough battle when flames break out on a narrow side street overnight. now one person is in the hospital. katie: i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message.
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vo: donald trump and pat toomey have 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.
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news," flames shoot from the top of a philadelphia row home damaging several apartments inside, at least one person is hurt. >> a plane narrow lie missing dozens of homes in a new jersey neighborhood, what's next into the investigation frightening crash. >> fight night in las vegas,
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candidates discuss policy, but democracy is being talked about. >> reporter: david murphy has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: tam, we have sprinkles and showers out to the west of harrisburg. they are up to the north an east. wide view showed cloud cover sweeping in from the west. while we'll have sunshine early, we'll transition to cloudy skies. 64 degrees is the temperature in philadelphia. a little bit of a breeze blowing. 59 in allentown. 63 in trenton. 66 in cape may. 62 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 67 degrees by 10:00 a.m. in the afternoon, 71 by noon. high of 77 by 3:00 p.m. 72 by 6:00 p.m. you'll notice how i'm posting
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mostly cloudy skies throughout the day. there will be sun and clouds and philadelphia is in between, if we manage to squeeze out sunshine in the city we'll go beyond the 77. we're looking for a cool down on the weekend. >> reporter: why on the weekend. >> >> reporter: you have flashing lights there. >> reporter: i do have flashing lights on the boulevard southbound approaching the schuylkill expressway. here's the accident you see that it's southbound blocking the right lane, watch for that, a little slowing as the right lane is blocked. there you can see as i step out the headlights, everyone is jamming up because of the new accident approaching the schuylkill expressway you're watching for the accident. there schuylkill expressway westbound traveling at 12 miles per hour. a live update, 11 miles per hour. i-95 southbound 19 miles per hour near cottman, jammed there and a disabled vehicle southbound near broad street.
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202 southbound at plymouth road we have flashing lights, police on the scene. watch for this accident, southbound 202 right now partially blocking the right lane as causing a problem as everybody tries to swerve around it. look for this accident on 202. this is lower providence township park avenue at ridge pike. we started off quiet and getting busy. >> developing right now, one person was hurt in a fast moving two-alarm fire. an "action news" viewer sent the pictures of flames from the roof. this blaze was especially challenge for firefighters because it happened in an apartment in an alley. several units were damaged. one man was taken to the hospital for smoke. there was no word what kicked off the fire. >> happening today, crews remove mangled wreckage that litters a south jersey lawn and left two people injured.
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annie mccormick is live in lindenwald where the aircraft went down the yesterday afternoon. >> reporter: the aircraft is still here. it is behind me. faa investigators are expected to be back out here at dawn and the plane is expected to be removed today. >> sounded like a trash truck. >> my buddy, joe said ange, look. >> i turned around and the plane was coming at me. >> reporter: the 4-15 seaplane crashed into lindenwald neighborhood wednesday afternoon. neighbors heard noises before impact. authorities were shocked nobody was hurt. >> thank god for trees then, it protected everything. what day do you come home and
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there's a plane in your arm. >> reporter: 62-year-old pilot and 72-year-old passenger were trapped. the owners of the aircraft are from maryland and the plane is 70 years old. faa will look into a number of factors. arthur wolf weighed in. >> something went wrong with the airplane, it's unknown what it is, typically airplanes like this suffer from engine failure and that results in the off-airport landings. >> reporter: and both crash victims were taken to cooper hospital. they are told that above of them have non-life threatening injuries, investigators have not released their names. report being live in lindenwald, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> search intensifies for
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21-year-old woman missing from bucks county. lindsey paconne has been missing since september 6. police are asking for volunteers to help in the search. the crews will gather in the parking lot 101 swamp road in newtown at 10:00 a.m. the presidential candidates showed up to duke it out in the presidential debate. a key component of the foundation of democracy that's at the heart of a lot of talk you'll hear this morning. katherine scott is breaking it down live from the satellite center. >> reporter: good morning, tam, neither candidate pulled punches when they came together, but there was a renewed focus on the issues in the third and final debate. >> reporter: donald trump and hillary clinton traded personal attacks in the final debate in las vegas. the address of the supreme court appointments. >> it is important that we not
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reverse marriage equality. not reverse roe v. wade, stand up against citizens united. >> they will be pro life and protecting the second amendment and interpret the constitution the way the founders wanted it. >> reporter: they also tackled immigration. >> she wants to have am amnest. >> i don't want to rip families a part he called mexican immigrants criminals and drug dealers. >> reporter: trump would not commit to accepting the results in november. >> i will look at it at the time. i'm not looking at anything right now. >> reporter: that's not the way the democracy works. >> reporter: today trump will be campaigning in ohio and president obama will be in florida campaigning for hillary clinton. tonight both of the candidates are and he coulded to attends charity events -- are expected
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to attend charity events in new york. >> this debate is still being talked about, head to check out the memorable moments from the faceoff and get a link to fact check the candidates. it's day two of the faculty strike at pennsylvania state run universities. professors said they will stay off the job to get a fair deal. the strike effects 100,000 students at 14 schools across the state. the union must agree to pay more for healthcare and keep tuition affordable for students. there's no timetable to restart the negotiations. >> did you see nora muchanic down the jersey shore yesterday. there were people all over the place in swimsuits. >> reporter: yesterday at noon we had people with umbrellas set up enjoying the waves. >> nice. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan might be more
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of that today as we have better chance of sun poking through farther south you go through the region. for now, storm tracker 6 live double scan is showing showers north and west and missing us. there's cloud cover over the ben franklin bridge. temperatures as you step out the door, not too bad, a little cooler than yesterday, 64 degrees, close to the average high. dewpoints are much lower, so it's not as humid, winds east/northeast at 9 miles per hour. we're looking at winds probably in the single digits low double digits. future tracker 6 shows there will be cloudy cover between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00. the farther north you go the better chance of seeing clouds and farther south you go more sun. we have clouds to the north an sun to the south profile.
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in philadelphia we'll call it mostly cloudy but if we get lucky, we'll squeeze in more sunshine. if we hold on to the mostly cloudy sky cover we'll hit a high of 77. if we get sun we could go up to the record high high of 80. cool drinks and light loose fitting clothing if you're out working. 677 is the high in wilmington, dover and millville. 71 in allentown. 72 in reading. 74 in trenton. down the shore 72 in cape may. tomorrow future tracker 6 shows you we're dry through the morning, the cloud cover mainly to the north, sun to the south. as we go through the afternoon we'll be looking at the arrival of showers north and west of the area. some of it might creep in at times. through the evening hours light sprinkles and showers. not a lot of rain most of it will be to the west of the region, with a cold front out to the west of us.
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tomorrow, 76 degrees for the high, higher than yesterday, because the frontal boundary will hold up a little bit and allow that number to climb. late showers are possible, however, not a whole lot of them. for the weekend, cooler air to the west gathering and getting ready to come on in along with the strong blustery wind for saturday. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, mostly cloudy, 77 degrees, more clouds to the north, sun to the south. physical in the bubble in the middle. tomorrow, cloudy, spotty shower and mainly dry. saturday, winds and cool, that's when the front comes through, cool air behind it rushes in. we get a high of 66 degrees and there's a chance of rain and drizzle early in the day. the sun is back on sunday, sunny breeze and cool, high of 61 jackets and jersey as you head to the eagles and the union game. next chance of rain next week is
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thursday. >> 6:40 a.m., rattled in rittenhouse, an unsolved shooting prompts extra police preference in the neighborhood. >> an eagle ride along. this balanced eagle needed a ride to a sanctuary. >> reporter: traffic on the schuylkill expressway just cleared, heavy behind the accident. we'll check out the accident on 202 when we come right back.
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i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county, i cut out wall street middlemen to protect pensions. now, as chairman of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i'm leading the fight to stop the epidemic of heroin and opioid abuse. as attorney general, i'll prosecute anyone who scams our seniors. and i'll hold the oil and gas companies accountable to keep our drinking water safe. i'm josh shapiro. i'll be an attorney general who always fights for you.
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when government bureaucrats refused to approve a cancer vaccine equally for both girls and boys, i stepped in to change that rule. when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message. everyone, staring straight into the roy of the clock to your, philadelphia city hall, 64 degrees on city avenue.
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>> let's go over to karen rogers and look at the morning commute. >> reporter: traffic changes so quickly, we had a few accidents a few minutes ago, they just cleared. the one on the boulevard clear. 202 southbound accident just cleared. it was blocking most of the roadway there and causing big problems. that accident has cleared and 202 traffic moving better right now. in lower lower gwynedd you're okay. we have an accident at park avenue and ridge pike blocking a lane in lower providence township. outside live on the ben franklin bridge looking good on the ben. building volume, but no delays on the ben franklin bridge. let's look at the big picture and see what's happening here. i-95 jammed in the usual spots. 16 miles per hour southbound at cottman. 29 miles per hour at girard. you can see the vine you're moving 38 miles per hour. not a big problem. the slow spot on the schuylkill
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expressway you would expect is westbound approaching the boulevard past belmont at 10 miles per hour. no major accidents we had a couple of them and they just cleared. 64 degrees, no weather-related problems, not as warm as yesterday when we were talking mid to upper 80s, still 77 we'll take it, matt. >> a warrant was issued for a 17-year-old suspected in the shooting of a man who tried to stop a crime in rittenhouse square. nearby residents are on edge. there was a heavy police preference in and around rittenhouse last night. some say they have seen an up tick in activity since construction began in nearby love park that has pushed illegal drug activity and the homeless to rittenhouse square. some take it in stride while others are concerned. >> i'm not afraid to walk here, there's no issues for me. >> just a warning to us, i guess, be careful. >> police continue to search
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for the teen and two other suspects. >> a balanced eagle landed where most bad guys do in the back of a police squad car, but this was a rescue mission. dash cam video was rolling as the florida trooper pulled his car up on the shoulder of the florida turnpike. there was a balanced eagle on the shoulder of the -- bald eagle on the shoulder of the road. the symbol of america had been hit by a vehicle and he decided he had to get it to treatment and right away. >> he was not sure how to handle the situation, he picks up the eagles and gives him a bear hug and takes him back to the patrol car and puts him in the back seat. >> the bald eagle sits still while he was taken to a bird sanctuary. the trooper has the scars from the eagles sharp talons to
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forever remember the encounter. pennsylvania based hershey earns a top title for halloween. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands.
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and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. well you might expect a lot of
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hershey in your halloween bags. the site surveyed people by state and resees was one of the three candies voted by all 50 of them. butter finger and kitkat. pennsylvania poll did not pick a native chocolate. they picked swedish fish instead. sour patch kids in new jersey, and delaware, three musketeers. >> i love candy. >> reporter: i'm all about chocolate. >> i like apple and crackers. >> reporter: good for you. >> reporter: get rid of him. we're looking outside live a jam on the schuylkill expressway approaching belmont, westbound traffic you see it's heavy here we're not looking at anyone accidents, westbound, 26 minute ride from the vine to the blue route. normal morning slowing.
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good news no problems with mass transit. >> reporter: we're dressing it is kids in jackets but shorts and ts later on. 63 by 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 67. the 1 hour forecast shows us we're -- 12 hour forecast shows us we're in the 70s this afternoon. we'll go for a high of 77 degrees with mostly cloudy skies, more sun to the south and more clouds to the north. if we break out additional sunshine in philadelphia we could go higher than 77. the record today is 80. we're not too far off that. what's ahead, friday 70s. damp in the 50s on saturday and sunshine on sunday, but highs around 60. >> this is video of a smash and grab in oklahoma. two thieves drove a truck into a corner store and stole the atm. deputies say the men matched the description of suspects from another atm theft at a nearby
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store three weeks ago. a washington, d.c. woman took a cpr class and put the knowledge to the test the next day. she swrumed into action when -- jumped into action when a co-worker went into cardiac arrest. the emergency worker say that saved precious minutes until help could get there. she plans to have her son attend a cpr class and the co-workers undergoes surgery on monday. nearly three thousand miles - that's how far away
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>> here the top stories on "action news," we learned the person injured in a west oak lane house fire was rescued from the home by firefighters. multiple units responded to the blaze on the 1400 block of east washington lane. the victim is stable and called it quote another great save by the philadelphia fire department. one man suffered smoke inhalation after flames poured from the roof. crews remove the wreckage
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of a small plane that crashed in the backyard of a home in lindenwald, camden county. the pilot and passenger were hurt but will survive. faculty strike at 14 pennsylvania run state universities have walked off the job. at issue are pay raises and increased costs for medical benefits. >> reporter: we're jammed on the majors, i-95 southbound heavy from woodhaven to past bridge street at this point. a 30 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine. >> reporter: temperatures are a tad cooler in philadelphia. 63 degrees in philadelphia. not bad when the average high is in the mid 60s. 77 degrees mostly cloudy skies, not too far off the record of 80. if we squeeze in extra sunshine in, who knows maybe we get into the 80s. i'm heading to hospital to give
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blood. if you want to join knee. >> -- me. >> maybe i'll come with you. >> "g.m.a." is next, see you later.
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pat toomey: he was a founder of this pennsylvania bank and owned stock worth as much as a million dollars. under toomey's leadership, the bank used a controversial foreclosure practice called "confession of judgement" to take away homes from people across pennsylvania.
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the practice is banned in 35 states because it's considered predatory, but pat toomey didn't care. pat toomey the banker: he's really not for you. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight debate night stunner. donald trump refused to say he'll accept the election results claiming the system is rigged. >> i'm not looking at anything now. i'll look at it at the time. i'll keep you in suspense. >> that's horrifying. you know, every time donald thinks things are not going in his direction he claims whatever it is is rigged against him. >> trump hitting clinton on her experience. >> she's been doing this for 30 years. why the hell sdptsz you do it over the last 15, 20 years? >> battling over putin and russia. >> he'd rather have a puppet. >> tangling over immigration. >> we have some bad hombres here and we're going to get them out. >> that plan to build a wall. >> had a meeting with the mexican president, didn't even raise it, he choked? and allegations from women about sexual misconduct in it was a


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