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>> good morning it is 4:30 a.m., monday, october 31. happy halloween. >> here's what we're following for you, we're less than 24 hours away from a potential septa strike, it would leave bus trolley and subway commuters without a ride. >> a man opens his door to gunfire. >> the eagles talk about what happened wrong with the cowboys. >> let's talk about what to expect with accuweather with meteorologist david murphy and karen rogers is watching the commute. >> reporter: we're getting ready for trick or treating across the
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country. we'll have sunshine on the way, and sun and clouds mix through the day. the temperatures across the region. 50 in philadelphia. in the 40s in many suburbs, including trenton, allentown, reading, 48 in wilmington, 50 in millville. and 55 down south in cape may. wind this morning are not that strong, but strong enough to be a bother. 18-mile an hour in allentown. 9 miles per hour in philadelphia. a little bit breezy, especially early in the day. as we roll through the afternoon, it stays cool. the high today is 58 degrees at 3:00 p.m. and back down to 53 by 6:00 p.m. subpoena and clouds, notice how it's dry through the day and the evening you will want to bundle up with the kids later on in the evening hours. it's cool tomorrow, but then it looks like more 70s and strong thunderstorms before the week is over, i'll have more on that coming up, karen. >> reporter: all right, dave, let's hit the roads and see what's going on on this
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halloween morning. no overnight construction, no westbound lace, eastbound moving toward the schuylkill expressway. overall no accident on the the majors, blue route, schuylkill expressway and i-95 all in good shape as we take a live look at the schuylkill expressway at montgomery drive, nice and dry no problems. that's the westbound traffic moving nicely at this point. we have an accident in the suburbs in abington montgomery county north hills avenue at spruce avenue it's on the shoulder, we have police on the scene, watch for that. we have pole and wires in cinnaminson 130 southbound taylor's lane, who right lanes are blocked. septa and the union workers have not been able to hammer out a deal and they will go on strike if they cannot hammer out a contract. annie mccormick is live at
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septa headquarters, what's the latest with where things stand, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tamala, so far the negotiations are described as tense with one side being accused of storming out last night. however, both sides have said they are committed to working up until the midnight deadline. they are harshing out pensions and healthcare this is over schedules and driver fatigue are the more contentious issues right now. the issue on the silver liner cars, regional rail will run even if they strike, that means more people will be expected to be on the trains if they strike. now there are contingency plans in place, services that run, norristown high speed line, suburban 101 and 102 and the
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lucy buses. there will be patco stations come in from south jersey they will have shuttles in center city at the patco stations. they are extending that to directional and chop employees in case there is a strike. now we talked to several riders who say they are preparing. >> it's difficult i'm trying to figure out am i going to ride my bike, if it is raining out riding your bike in the rain is not great. >> wham i going to do -- what am i going to do? i'm going to use uber. >> reporter: the union said negotiations took a step backward as the septa bargaining representatives addressed noneconomic issues affecting operator and public safety. the union wants force, but septa
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managers think they can ignore the contract and do as they please. septa spokesman said the union misrepresented in that statement how septa negotiators ended the talks last night. they said they are cautiously optimistic about the negotiations today. the last strike was in 2008 and that strike lasted 6 days. back to you. >> thanks, annie. >> a man opened the front door of his home in the brewy town section and a gunman shot him on the north 30th street and 11. the a man in his 20s was answering the doorbell when he was shot in the torso. he is in critical condition. police are trying to figure out who shot him an why. police in burlington county
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left a crash that left a pedestrian dead. the striking driver was nowhere in sight. we'll have a live report at 5:00 a.m. as please try to find the driver. another violent incident near temple university campus have police and students on alert. spun was firing paintballs from a home at 15th and diamond street yesterday afternoon. police arrested a teen in connection with the attack. >> with the recent things that are going on, thank god it's getting colder, people are afraid, but you can keep going own all the continue leaving. police arrested four juveniles for what they compared to a flash mob of an attack. 19-year-oldh lewis,
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was killed they conspiraled to -- conspired to rob a drug dealer. they were put in touch with ramon lewis and he was killed inside. a boy was walking along a halloween parade route with his mother when the float hit him. the boy was rushed to jersey shore university center in neptune, no word on his condition at this hour. cowboys quarterback jack prescott won the rookie deal with carson wentz.
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he was in position for a win with another efficient performance, but couldn't move the birds late in regulation with the game tied. prescott recovered from a shaky start rallying dallas in the 4th quarter. prescott led a 75 scoring drive there. the eagles fall to the cowboys, 29-23. jeff skeverski has more from dallas, texas. >> reporter: the eagles were on their way to first place, up ten in the 4th quarter, but when smallwood's fumble, the could i i -- cowboys answered the costly mistake. >> anytime you lose in overtime it's tough. they made more plays than us, it's frustrating, but we'll learn from it. >> it will be a great learning
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lesson for a lot of our young players on the football team, and everybody, coaches included, myself included it's hard to make those types of mistakes and especially to try to overcome them. >> we have to be sharper, in these situations you don't want to play tight and not to lose the game, but we have to play smarter. >> reporter: this is the first time the eagles have lost in dallas since andy reid was the coach in 2012, but losing on the road is nothing new this year, the eagles have lost three straight games away from home and the road doesn't get any easier, next sunday the eagles are on the road against the giants. with the eagles, jeff skeverski channel 6 "action news." >> breaking this morning, a week long manhunt for a killer that had people on edge ended in gunfire overnight. >> a man dressed as freddie krueger opened fire at a weekend
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house party. >> reporter: oh, brother. we have chilly conditions on the bus stop with temperatures in the mid 40s. a few clouds and sun coming up over the horizon. if you're dressing the kids put them in jackets this afternoon won't be all that cool, we'll have the trick trick-or-treat ft coming up. biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty - like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots, and she's never abandoned them. hard work. family. playing it straight. that's katie. and the ads attacking her? they're a bunch of malarkey.
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katie's career is about looking out for families like yours. creating jobs, keeping our environment safe. she's a wife, a mom, a basketball fan, a homework supervisor. she's like you and she'll fight for you in the united states senate. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message.
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>> students in north carolina are returning to school for the first time since hurricane matthew struck earlier this month. flooding from the storm left many facilities in lumberton damaged. educators hope to have halloween and candy on the first day back will boost morale. >> time to talk about accuweather, we had a lot of rain last night. how about trick or treating tonight. >> reporter: trick or treating was dry, but cool.
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hunch your shoulders a little bit, matt, what are they dressing in? >> "harry potter." >> reporter: a couple of layers under "harry potter." as we look outside we have mainly clear skies and clouds around a few neighborhoods. the current temperature in philadelphia is 50 degrees which is not too bad, although the suburbs are in the upper 40s. the winds are out of the north at 9 occasionally bumping up toll double digits. satellite and radar showing clouds and rain that came through yesterday evening that's all gone. it will be cool, however, 45 degrees, by 8:00 a.m. 47 by noon, up to 51 degrees and 58 degrees by 5:00 p.m. high temperature across the region, mid 50s in trenton,
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allentown. 57 in reading. 58 in wilmington and philadelphia and millville and up to 59 degrees in cape may. with a high of 60 on the boardwalk in atlantic city. for trick or treating tonight. it will be dry, but it will be chilly, 5 degrees by 5:00 p.m., by 8:00 down to 49 degrees if the kids are staying out up to 9 it will be only 48 in philadelphia. some of the outlying suburbs in the mid 40s by the time 8 or 9:00 p.m. rolls around. tomorrow we'll be cool, most areas in the 0s, it will be dry during the day, you will see a lack of cloud cover and we inch back up into the low 60s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a high today, 58 degrees, no tricks, just cool treats for the kids with the temperatures in the 50s getting into the 40s. tomorrow a nice start to the month of november in philadelphia. lots of sunshine, high of
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52 degrees, so still cool. it seems like this year, october, especially and now into november, we're flip flopping temperatures all over the place. we'll get an area of high pressure from down south on wednesday, we'll have a nice high of 71. thursday, we'll have a strong storm in the afternoon or evening. 74. friday, 60. saturday, sunny and chilly 58. sunday, 59 degrees, clouds and sun and maybe a passing shower. remember when we're not on the air you can get the latest weather information at 6abc.com/weather. a reminder for those of you driving around tonight, we have all the kids out there, sometimes with the masks it's hard to see so take it slow in
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the neighborhoods. an oklahoma man who was wanted for several murders is over. he died in a shootout last night. he was accused in the mustard two relatives and -- empty murders of two relatives and shooting of two police officers and a carjacking. mike slager was captured on cell phone video shooting walter scott as scott walked away. he claims the video clip does not show the full story including a fight that did not appear on camera. a nightmare on elm street was too close to reality. two men including one dressed as
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are freddie krueger opened fire at a house fire yesterday morning. five people were hit, but they are going to survive. police are looking for the costume-clad shooter. >> 447 is the time, karen rogers will be with us in a moment for another check on the roads this monday morning. today is the last day to buy cheap gas in the state of new jersey. tom hanks' new movie inferno flamed out at the box office this weekend. we'll look at the winter when "action news" comes right back. donald trump : i love the old days; you know what they used to do with guys like that when they were in a place like this? they'd be carried out on a stretcher, folks. and you can tell them to go f--- themselves!
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i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? it's like incredible. when mexico sends its people, they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy - ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like, "i don't remember!" our children and grandchildren will look back at this time... ...at the choices we are about to make. the goals we will strive for. the principles we will live by. and we need to make sure that they can be proud of us. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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everybody, we're looking live on sky6 live hd at philadelphia international airport,s you're waking up on a monday morning, no weather-related issues flying out of town. let's go into new jersey, this is 42 northbound traffic coming up from deptford or turnersville toward the walt whitman bridge. no delays. we have an accident on 130 southbound near at them -- tailors lane. that's cleared. an accident cleared in abington
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north hills avenue at spruce avenue things moving better there. the construction crews are out here on the northeast extension blocking the left lane northbound between lansdale and quakertown, other than that you're good to go this monday morning, matt. >> let's get it going. from our new jersey newsroom today is the last day to fill up on cheaper gas in new jersey, the low price becomes a thing of the past tomorrow. new jersey currently has the second lowest gas prices in the nation behind alaska. with the increase tomorrow, new jersey will have the country's 6th highest gas tax. let's see where things stand with business at the big board, tesla is branching out from selling electric cars listen to this, it will sell solar roof tiles fashioned to look like a traditional roof. it is a joint venture with solar city, but they have yet to get a
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complete merger. 300,000 vehicles have yet to get their air bags replaced part of the recall for takata air bags. last week one air bag killed a california woman. the dow fell by 8 and a half points. this morning, it looks like it could continue to be bad, futures are pointing to a lower open. tyler perry's boo a madia halloween took first place. many expected tom hanks to walk away with it. it brought in $15 million. that was half of what was expected. my theory is with all the seriousness of what's going on, tyler perry has expanded his reach of who goes to the mader
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movies and people just wants to laugh. >> i agree. biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty -
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like me, she has pennsylvania working class roots, and she's never abandoned them. hard work. family. playing it straight. that's katie. and the ads attacking her? they're a bunch of malarkey. katie's career is about looking out for families like yours. creating jobs, keeping our environment safe. she's a wife, a mom, a basketball fan, a homework supervisor. she's like you and she'll fight for you in the united states senate. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message.
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>> a single bullet struck twin brothers outside a philadelphia
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nightclub killing one and leaving the other critically injured. they are shot on adams avenue in crescentville section. the shooting stemmed from a fight. a third victim showed up at the hospital and is in stable condition. jury selection is said to start stemming from a shooting in a church. storm got involved in a in an argument with ushers, storm's attorney plans to argue self-defense. if convicted he faces a possibility of up to 22 years in prison. fire department in mount ephraim new jersey is asking for the public's help to find a statue that was stolen from a firefighter's property. someone took a statue from the home on warrington avenue near jane street.
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it happened saturday night or sometime monday morning. it was part of a memorial on the man's front yard. mount ephraim fire department shared the picture, and hope the public can find the statue and have it returned. many are slamming hillary d up -- duff and her boyfriend for what they wore to a halloween party. >> "action news" will be right back.
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good morning and happy halloween, it is 5:00 a.m. on this monday, october 31 him here's what's happening. strike deadline, septa workers do not walk -- may walk off the job at midnight leaving commuters without a ride. >> accuweather promises another warm week, but a chilly night for trick and treating. let's find out about the chilly night with david murphy he has accuweather and karen rogers is looking at the commute, good morning. >> reporter: we're starting out cool and staying cool for tonight for trick or treating, as you mentioned. we had a storm system that came through last night. we had downpours and lightning and strong gusty winds for a brief time last evening. now there's sun and clouds out there for the next several hours.

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