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[cheers and applause]. hello philadelphia! >> hillary clinton talks about her indication -- education and jobs plan during her time here in philadelphia. >> it's my privilege to be here in gettysburg where so many
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lives were given to freedom. >> gettysburg is the roll out of his blueprint should he be elected. >> penn state roars back to shock ohio state. innittany lion fans stormed the field to celebrate. >> good morning, 6:00 a.m., october 23. sky6 live hd looking at penns landing. it's penns landing there. can't tell by looking at the picture, but it's cold outside. >> it is a little chilly. >> reporter: we took the comforter off the bed last week and put an extra cover on the bed. it's chilly start, wind whipping around making it feel like the 30s. some 40s, as well. we have air temperatures in the
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30s for the poconos and you can see the camera dancing around a little bit. 44 in allentown. 37 in the poconos. philadelphia, 47. millville, 46. atlantic city, 46 degrees. winds generally out of the west at 10 to 15 miles per hour. gusting 20 to 25. philadelphia, 15 miles per hour. beach haven he won't close to 2s per hour. unlike yesterday, today will be full sunshine mixing clouds in. the low is up here in new england where they are seeing snow 3 to 6 inches in the mountains in vermont and new hampshire. the eagles taking the vikings this afternoon mostly sunny, lots of clouds. there will be wind issues out of the 20 to 30 miles per hour. the temperatures are milder,
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63 degrees by the 4th quarter. we're talking another cool down in the seven-day forecast, as well. with the possibility of frost. i'll have the details in just a bit. nydia. >> chris, thank you. we have breaking news from the port richmond section of philadelphia. a house fire has critically injured a woman and sent two others to the hospital. the action cam was on the 3100 block of memphis street. firefighters arrived to find the first floor engulfed in flames. the injured woman has burns all over her body. the other victims are in stable condition. firefighters rescued the dog. firefighters on the scene as you can see we'll continue to keep you posted. election day is a little more than two weeks away and last night democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton returned to philadelphia where she was meanted as the
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party's torch barrier. bob brooks was on penn campus where she said what she hopes to do if elected. >> reporter: it was a standing ovation hillary clinton and tim kaine on stage together at u-penn. clinton campaign slogan, thousands packed into the park. earlier in the day we spoke with the man who was first in line who waited almost ten hours to see clinton speak for the first time. >> i wanted to make sure i got a good spot. >> reporter: clinton's speech touched on higher education. bernie sanders and i got together and we worked out a plan that would make it possible for any student in a family that makes less than $125,000 a year, to go to public college tuition
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free. >> reporter: she hit on jobs. >> we will make the biggest investment in new jobs since world war ii. infrastructure jobs, innovation, research, clean energy jobs. >> reporter: and last a jab at her opponent, republican nominee donald trump. >> it's not too late to stage an intervention. friends don't let friends vote for trump. >> reporter: if you were wondering what the total amount of the attend des were at the rally, it was under 8,000. bob brooks channel 6 "action news." >> donald trump campaigned in pennsylvania which is a pivotal
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state come election day. he society out his goals for the first 100 days in office if he wins. he wants term limits on members of congress and he got into dollars and cents and plans to give more money back to americans. >> economic plan to grow the economy 4% per year and create new jobs through tax consults. >> we're going to spend immigration from terror prone regions where vetting cannot safely occur. >> fully fund the construction of the wall on our southern border, don't worry about it, remember i said mexico is paying for the wall. >> trump said he will sue ten women accusing him of past sexual misconduct. he called them lierls out to hurt -- liars out to hurt the
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campaign. >> it is eve of the live debate in 6abc. pat toomey faces off against katie mcginty. you can see it tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. inside story looked into the mcginty toomey race and donald trump's story that the election is rigged. inside begins at 11:30. >> five people are looking for a person to stay after one elderly man is in the hospital after an early-morning fire in west philadelphia. police say the fire appears to be suspicious. the action cam at the 1500 block of race street. it started in a vacant three-story buildings before 3:00 a.m. when firefighters got to the scene they say flames were shooting from the second and
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third floors as you can see download, the smoke and flames damaged two neighboring homes where people were living. investigators are questioning squatters who were living in the vacant home which was being renovated. there's no word on the condition of the injured he elderly man, t the red cross is helping the victims with temporary shelter. many sports fans are rejoycing this morning after all the heartbreak, penn state had a reason to celebrate. the nittany lions 20 point underdog beat rival and number two ranked ohio state. >> the play that gave them the lead for good, an instant classic.he scooms it up -- scoo.
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>> a blocked field goal run all the way back in the game, gave penn state, 24, 21 win. they held on. of course the program continues to recover from the dusk durveg child sex abuse scandal. >> this community has been through so much in the last five years, this is a step in the right direction in terms of healing. >> penn state will find out if the k-o over ohio put them in the top 25. former eagles quarterback sam bradford returns to take on the eagles, the vikings are undefeated and bradford has the highest completion percentage in the nfl. the eagles have lost the two games, but the coach is not regreting trading bradford in
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the off season. >> having knowledge of their personnel going against them in training camp, but at the same time it's training camp. you see a bunch of different things, you don't see a game plan. i'm sure they will have new wrinkles, know how they play, it could be help. >> it will be a good game today. we'll hear from sam bradford later on in sports and bring you a live report from the link on "action news" at noon. >> it is a good sports sunday! >> it is, a lot going on. >> much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. a famous piece of real estate in philadelphia is off the market, who is buying it and to whom it belongs. >> cub fans are jumping for joy reveling in the team's first world series berth in 71 years. >> reporter: we have windchills in the 20s and 30s to the
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north. we'll warm up later today, but another cool down is on the way. details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up next.
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pat toomey and donald trump: too dangerous for pennsylvania women. don't think it feels that bad out there. >> reporter: what's happening chilly because of the wind, had the wind eased up a bit it is not that bad. it's a far cry from the 80s. let's go outside, if you're heading out early you will need to bundle up, especially north
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and west. city. we have windchills in the 20s and 30s. poconos, 29, allentown, 36, 37. the radars are clear. all gone up into new england they are seeing accumulating snow in the mountains of vermont and new hampshire. today we'll see sunshine and somewhat milder numbers. we topped out in the mid 50s, right now we're in the mid 40s. 47. dewpoint, 33. pressure is rising. winds are gusty out of the west/southwest at 15 miles per hour. it's the gusty breeze that makes it feel really, really chilly. allentown, 39. windchill of windchill number. 41 in reading. 40 in wilmington. 41 in millville. and 42 degrees in atlantic city. wind speeds out of the west at 10 to 15 miles per hour. every now and then he sue a
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higher gust. poconos, gusting to 30. the winds will stick around over the next couple of days. later this afternoon, we stop the clock, eagles taking on the vikings. again, there could be issues especially with the kicking game, gusting out out of the west to 30 miles per hour. the winds stick around tomorrow and tuesday. monday afternoon, look at this, 20 to 25 miles per hour. tuesday afternoon, same thing 15 to 25-mile an hour gusts expected. wednesday, also looks a little breezy. it won't be until thursday when we lose the breezes. satellite and radar there's the storm. you can see the snows flying up here. today we'll see nothing but sunshine, nothing but blue skies, it will look really, really nice. it will bring comfortable conditions we'll have the breeze, with the sunshine shining down it will feel all right. the next system moving across
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the u.s./canadian border. it arrives tonight, it's a clipper system it will pass on by to the north. it will reinforce the colder air in canada, that will come down and that produce another chilly stretch of weather for us, tuesday through thursday with highs not getting out of the 50s. future with the cloud cover, mostly sunny skies, clouds mixed in from time to time. overnight tonight, here come the clipper system, a few showers are possible, very late tonight, well north and west of the city in the lehigh valley and the poconos that is long gone say by 7:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m., most of monday is similar to today with a combination of sun and clouds. windy, 64 degrees, with the wind it will feel like the 50s. out of the west at 15 to 20 miles per hour. you can see we'll start out in the 40s, it will be a chilly start, 60 degrees, 3:00 p.m., 63 and then by 5:00 p.m. there's another 63 degrees shooting for
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the high of 64. overnight tonight it's chilly, but not as cold as this morning partly cloudy, 44 degrees, outlying suburbs, 52 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, nice and quiet this week, there's no huge storm systems in the foreseeable future, although we could see wet weather next weekend. today looks good, sunny and breezy, 64. monday, 63. tuesday, breezy, 57. here come the cool shot, wednesday, sunny and cool, 55. thursday, rain late, 58. wet weather on friday, 63 and saturday looks good, 65. >> local journalists were honored in philadelphia. the philadelphia association of black journalists took place at whyy in old city. hey look at that, my partner here handsome manld gray gray -, gray hall served as emcee.
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looking good gray, we'll be right back.
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>> baseball's most improbable world series is now a reality. the chicago cubs is going to the world series. the cubs are four wins from their first world series title in 108 years. chp -- [cheers and applause].
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that was the reaction from fans outside wrigley field as the cubs beat the dodgers winning a pennent in 1945. 1908. philadelphia was breaking ground on shied park. like the cubs, the indians have experienced agony several times along the way. >> this is an exciting time for chicago. >> we'll be right back after this.
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 6:23 sunday morning, the day planner looks better than yesterday. no more rain or clouds. 9:00 a.m., 47 degrees. 1:00 p.m., pushing 60 degrees with a combination of sun and clouds. after a chilly start it should turn milder this afternoon we're shooting for a high of 64. we're tracking a big cool down by midweek. we have a clipper system pushes across the u.s./canadian border. that will reinforce the chilly air by midweek. it will make a beeline by the eastern seaboard. it will drop down to the southeast. as we flip it over to the water vapor loop, you see that counter clockwise swirl that's the clipper system. it will move southeast and cool
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us down by midweek. it's milder today, but we're in the 50s by the time we get into wednesday. >> thanks for the update. a reregis for the eagles -- it's a reunion for the eagles, they hope the guest goes home unhappy. here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the eagles have the toughest schedule in the nfl, the rest of the way, today against sam bradford and the undefeated vikings could be the hardest of them all. carson wentz will face a vikings defense that has has allowed the fewest points in all football. wentz knows he has to be better at home when the eagles face the vikings at 1:00 p.m. >> the vikings are the next game on the schedule. obviously we had two tough losses, we don't put pressure on yourselves, but we play with the urgency that we have to be
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disciplined, we're setting records with pellets and stuff like that, that's never good. sam bradford was traded to minnesota and now he is back with a perfect record. where were you in 1990. penn state coach james frankly was a senior at neshaminy high school the last time penn state beat top two team in the country. penn state getting a win last night. despite being down 14-4. lions roar back, how about trace mcsorely runs it in. get within seven, ohio state can go up 7, marcus allen blocks the field goal. touchdown, penn state scores 17 unanswered opponents.
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they take a 14 point lead. 4th and long, the defense penn state wins, 24-21 the first time in 52 years. on rank, penn state beats a top two team in the county. what a scene in state college as they storm the field. a new season, but it's the same old story for the flyers, slow start. the flyers have been beat up in the first period, but last night they punch back, even coach dave hack saw, he is having a tough time with the puck early, too. flyers fall behind 2-zip to carolina. borachek ties it at 2. minutes later they take the lead, matt reid redirects it is his 5th goal of the season, nobody in hockey has more. flyers up one, they are not done, seconds later, flyers
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score four times in the second, they put up a season high 6 goals, flyers win 6-3. ending their three-game losing streak. congratulations to the cubs they are going to the world series for the first time in 71 years. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. have a great day. >> christmas came early for pediatric patients at cooper university hospital. the control riders riding club and santa claus stopped by the hop to deliver gifts to the children. "action news" was there after groups unloaded box after box of toys and brought them into the hospital. this is the toy run's 22nd year. we'll be right back.
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the action cam was at that scene, the 31 monday block of memphis street. as you see right here, this is a live picture. firefighters arrived to find the first floor engulfed in flames. they put out the fire in 20 minutes. the injured woman we are told has serious burns over much of her body. the other victims are in stable condition. firefighters himself had to rescue a -- firefighters also had to rescue a dog from the home. action cam rival on the scene of the house fire. investigators are looking into what caused the fire stay with "action news" for updates at >> it is a chilly sunday morning, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's a little chilly out there. >> reporter: what a week it's been, 82, 84, 86, and yesterday, 66. let's get you outside, it's chilly this morning, we have windchills in the 30s and 40s
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with air temperatures down in the mid 40s, you'll certainly need to bundle up this morning, many of of you have a run or activity to take part in. you'll need something with sleeves, as temperatures drop down to 45 in pottstown. you factor in the winds feels like 36. 45 in quakertown. warrington, 45. a pair of 4s in saint davids. a pair of 4s for ewing and browns mill. vineland, 49. on the boards in atlantic city, a blustery 48 degrees. satellite and radar we have an area of low pressure that was planted over us yesterday that's why it was so miserable. now it's up here across new england. as the thing strengthens we'll see the gusty breezes out of the west/northwest. it's not pulling away, it's retrograding or moving back toward the west. it's close enough where we'll feel a gusty breeze later today.
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the good news it's far enough away we won't see much in the way of cloud cover. temperatures are below seasonal averages. normal for this time of the year is 65. noon, 57. 3:00 p.m., 63 and 6:00 p.m. back down to 60. gray. >> okay, chris, thank you so much for the update. it is now, 63:00 approximate. hillary and her running mate tim kaine got an enthuse average welcome be at her recall. a crowd of 7,000 heard the presidential nominee promised free tuition for middle income students. she said her administration would make the biggest investment in new jobs since world war ii. she had a message for those in the crowd who have friends voting for her republican opponent, donald trump. >> it's not too late to stage an intervention.
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friends don't let friends vote for trump. >> well, clinton also took another swipe at trump's suggestion he might not concede if he loses. she called that a direct threat to our democracy. >> trump campaigned in pennsylvania, a state that many analysts say he must win if he has any chance of gaining the white house. trump spoke at a rally in gettysburg, he vowed to lift restrictions on domestic energy production and renegotiate the north american free trade agreement. he promised to build a wall on the u.s. mexican border and make mexico pay for it. >> mexico is going to pay for the wall. by the way i met with the president of mexico, 2 1/2 months ago, wonderful meeting, wonderful person, but i told him, this is a two way highway
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not a one-way highway. >> trump said he plans to sue the ten women who accused him of sexual misconduct. he calls them liars. tomorrow night on 6abc, 6abc brings you a debate between pat toomey and katie mcginty the candidates for it is pennsylvania senate race. jim gardner will host the debate. send us your questions use the # join the action. you can see the debate live from temple university starting at 7:00 p.m. monday night right here on 6abc. >> ride sharing services like uber and lyft face their final hurdle before operating in philadelphia. the senate faces a bill, the
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bill would have them pay 4% tax that would go to education in the city. >> a man said he was kicked by a police officer and it is creating legal trouble for the city of hall atlantic town. the man who is seen on this dash cam video is actually suing the city and members of the police department. now, he said the officers violated his civil rights by using excessive force during an incident that happened in 2015. allentown's police chief said he was pulled over because he matched the description of a burglary suspect and refused to comply with police officers. he was arrested and later pled guilty to robbery. >> philadelphia police are looking for a rapper and and his enstrawj, -- en entourage.
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>> i was sitting in my room and we heard commotion down the road. >> reporter: there's hardly any indication of a fatal shooting that happened outside of jolly's bar. it's the talk of the neighborhood in this quaint coffee shop. >> i don't want to think about stuff like that when a 19-year-old is dead. >> reporter: police say rising pnb meen and his entourage were hanging out at the bar, there was an altercation that pilled on to the street. gunfire erupted and 19-year-old man was shot in the chest. >> within a couple of minutes siren were whipping down the street. police were barricading off the corner. >> reporter: the victim was taken to penn presbyterian where he was pronounced an hour later.
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>> it was an isolated incident because of a party that goes on in there, i love the neighborhood. >> it's shocking, it doesn't seem in the neighborhood that would happen, but i guess stupidity is everywhere. >> reporter: it is frustrating for george reid. >> this neighborhood is changing over, this kind of thing brings us back a step. >> reporter: witnesses say the men got away in a black bmw. anyone with information is encouraged to contact police, reporting in west philadelphia, jennette reyes, channel 6 "action news." >> cordello kathleen kane wilr fate tomorrow when she is sentenced. she was found guilty of leaking
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grand jury information to a newspaper and lying about it under oath. her lawyers are pushing for probation and or house arrest. the prosecutor is seeking 2 year minimum prison sentence. a tribute to our loved captain noah ahead on "action news" sunday morning. >> a pretty picture made by an inspiring artist, you'll hear this morning about what he lost and how he found his heart. >> sky6 live hd taking a live look at the beautiful look at the sunrise over camden, meteorologist chris sowers back next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. how tall are you?
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with us on this sunday morning, 6:42, 47 chilly degrees outside. all you summer and spring lovers you remember the 80s last week, probably not going to happen. we're done with it. >> i'm so confused, take your winter clothes out and pack them back up again. >> reporter: i packed all the shorts up, and brought them back out and now i'm going to pack them up again. let's get you outside, i'm hoping this is the last of the 80s, we're tired of the wardrobe confusion we want consistent weather around here. the good news it will look better out there, we'll see a
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decent amount of sunshine, mixed with clouds from time to time. with the added sun it will be enough to get us into the mid 60s, quite a bit warmer than yesterday, as well. take a look at the temperatures, as gray was mentioning, what a week we had. 84 degrees on tuesday, record break 86. thursday 81. friday, 80. 56 degrees all the wind, felt like the 40s, it was a miserable day. pressure is rising. winds out west/southwest at 50 miles per hour. making it feel like 41 in the city of philadelphia. allentown, 44, poconos, 45. 46 in cape may. dealing with a biting breeze out of the west/southwest. 15 miles per hour in philadelphia. 22 in the poconos. 10 and 15 for the jersey shore.
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there's the low, it's closer to question -- canada. we'll see the gusts ranging anywhere from 15 to 30 miles per hour. eagles taking on the vikings at home the winds could play into the kicking game of the football game later on. there's the lows, there's the snows breaking out for quebec, they have 3 to 6 inches of snow heavy wet snow in quebec. we have snow pushing over the u.s./canadian border. it's a fast-moving clipper system that could showers to the poconos before 5:00 a.m.,
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6:00 a.m., it moves through in an hour or two. reinforces the colder air. tomorrow, it's milder, highs in the low 0s. tuesday -- 60s, tuesday the colder air works its way in here including the city, down into the 30s if not colder. combination of sun and clouds, nice looking day. 4:30, showers well north of the city of philadelphia. up in the poconos, 6:00 a.m. it's all gone, combination of sun and clouds. temperatures in the mid 60s, sun and clouds, it's winds, though, with the breeze, the 60s feel like the 50s. lots of sun throughout the entire stretch. 11:00 a.m., 54. 1:00 p.m., 60. 3:00 p.m., 63. overnight tonight partly to mostly cloudy, 52 in philadelphia. 44 in allentown.
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lehigh valley in the poconos there could be a shower well after midnight closer to dawn. trenton 57. cape may 57. same number for atlantic city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, nice and quiet this week, sun and clouds today, 64. sun and clouds tomorrow, 63. cold shot by tuesday, 57 degrees, wednesday even cooler with a high of 55. nird i -- nydia. >> remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time at slash weather. the philadelphia home where oscar winning actress grace kelly grew up, now belongs to the royal family. her son prince albert of monaco purchased it is 6 bedroom home. he will visit philadelphia on tuesday, as he plans for the home. the home sold tore $700,000. love it or hate it, the cooler temperatures are back.
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thanks to a local foundation, thousands of children will stay warm. alicia vitarelli has the story. >> this is important because so many of our children live in circumstances of poverty and things like coats become a challenge for families. >> reporter: for kids always changing always growing, a winter coat is a necessity. for many local families it's a luxury. >> this may be the only new piece of clothing these kids get. >> reporter: the auto dealers caring for kids foundation buys tens of thousands of coats and bring as many smiles to the kids size and style, it's a perfect fit. >> i like it. >> reporter: why do you like it? >> balls it's so warm. >> reporter: auto dealers work to make winter a warm one for kids. they pulled the vehicles into
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the pennsylvania convention center with the trunk packed with new coats. >> 37% of kids in philadelphia are i am >> they are giving away 35,000 coats soaring past 265,000 since they started the program in 2008. >> i like my coat because it's big, this is a nice coat. i like it because it's soft and nice inside. >> reporter: and this was a record year for the driving away the cold program which will hand out the 45,000 coats all throughout the fall and throughout the 5 county philadelphia region. alicia vitarelli channel 6 "action news."
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"should a woman be punished for having an abortion?" "there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah, there has to be some form." "i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion, and i would suggest we have penalties for doctors who perform them."
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pat toomey and donald trump: they're not for you. 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
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called "confession of judgement" to take away homes from people across pennsylvania. 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. >> a grieving sister is asking for help finding her brother's killer. the crime happened in philadelphia's kensington section. here's rick williams with this morning's crime fighters report. >> he was very loved in the community. he had no enemies, all the kids loved him. beyond how this happened. >> reporter: wilma martinez is talking about her brother's death on monday, september 28, 2015. , 11:15 p.m., police were called
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to a shooting on mutter street in kensington section. that's where they found emilio with gunshot wounds to his back. he was rushed to the hospital in critical condition and died the next day. >> they said it was a robbery, it wasn't a robbery, my brother had all his stuff on him. >> reporter: martinez feels the death was drug related. >> it's turf war out there. >> reporter: the city of philadelphia is offering up to $20,000 in reward money for the arrest and conviction of those responsible. call the citizens crime commission at 215-546-tips. all calls will remain anonymous. >> if that was to happen to you, wouldn't you want somebody to speak up. >> reporter: martinez said despite a year having gone by, the family feels the loss deeply. >> i'm never going to forgive, i'm never going to heal. that was my baby brother, that was my everything.
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>> reporter: for crime fighters, rick williams channel 6 "action news." >> the bravery of a south jersey soldier is i am mortalized in the place he called home. the deptford post office was renamed in his honor, a westpoint graduate who was killed in afghanistan back in 2010. he saved 19 other lives by warning fellow soldiers to stay back after discovering the ied. his mother said renaming is a great honor. >> it is especially important for me, of the children of america to realize they have a real hero and what the word hero really means. it is not football, basketball, baseball, this is somebody who lived the morale fiber that our country is made of. >> his mother says it reminds everyone that to keep freedom alive, everyone has to be willing to sacrifice.
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channel 6 icon captain noah was honored one last time. a luncheon was held to share the memories of captain noah. they used the ark in the 6abc studio to teach us something or chat with celebrities. our former colleague dave roberts spoke at the luncheon. >> i lorveldz -- loved to hear her singing in the office, it was a calming affect not only on carter, but the rest of i say doing various -- rest of us doing various things.
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when you walked into the apartment, it was beautifully decorated, pictures of different guests that they had. of the like you were walking back into the ark. captain noah's show went nationally. captain noah and mrs. notice with a together again -- noah together again. >> degenerative disease will soon rob brett greer of his vision. he got selected in a national contest to appear on christmas cards sold around the world. >> if i make somebody's day better, then i've had a wonderful day. >> he is taking up poetry and music, he said losing his sight helped him fine his heart. >> there's another hour of "action news" sunday morning straight ahead.
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here's some of the stories we're working on on for you, hillary clinton lays out her vision in philadelphia. and donald trump unveils his goal in getties -- gettysburg, philadelphia firefighters rescue a woman from a burning home. we just got an update from the fire captain. >> chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll see you back here after the break.
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hello philadelphia! >> hillary clinton talks about her education and jobs plan during a rally with running mate tim kaine in philadelphia. >> it is my privilege to be here in gettysburg hallowed ground where so many lives were given in service to freedom. >> donald trump touts his economic and immigration message, gettysburg is the setting for the rollout for his blueprint should he be elected. >> penn state roars back to shock number two ohio state and the nittany lions fans storm the field to celebrate. >> good morning, 7:00 a.m., sunday morning, sky6 live hd giving you a beautiful glimpse over cape may. you remember the 80s, bye-bye hello cooler weather. >> hello chris sowers, how you doing out there? >> reporter: i'm cold, how you doing this morning. it's blustery out here,


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