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hillary clinton's e-mails the final week before the elections. we have the latest in the race for the white house. >> this afternoon this noon, regarding the latest developments on a septa transit strike. thousands work off the job if they cannot agree on a new contract by midnight deadline. buses and trolleys and subways stop running at 12:01 a.m. if that happens, 400,000 riders will be out of luck. annie mccormick is at the location of the discussions at the bargaining table. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands of riders could be in the lunch if a septa strike happens at midnight. saturday the union claims negotiations took a big step backwards. sources say both sides are tens
of millions of dollars a part. add to that 5700 workers, pension and healthcare, there are disagreements over schedules, break times and driver fatigue. service that will run even with a strike includes regional rail, norristown high speed line, suburban bulls and trolley routes 101 and 101 and lucy. penn will expanding campus shuttle systems to connect with the suburban line at 689th streets and patco in center city. decksle and chop can use the ride, too. >> if you don't want to work for septa don't work for septa. don't go on strike every we're and make it inconvenience for everybody else. >> if people can't come to work, my job doesn't outlying anything with car pooling or
whatever. >> i hope it ends enter the election. >> reporter: a lot of businesses whose employees rely on septa are making contingency plans themselves arranging cars pools and what not. last time there was a strike in 20089 and that's lasted for 6 days. reporting live in center city, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> if the septa workers do walk off the job we want to hear how the strike affects your commute. we'll show you experiences tomorrow by sending us your pictures and videos on social media using the #6 abc action or join the action at 6abc.com. prosecutors have just announced new charges against the man who was caught living with twelve young girls in his feasterville home back in june. leelee kaplan was charged with sexually five more who are all
sisters. he sexually assaulted an older squirrel girl and father two children with her. the couple sent their 9 other daughters to live with kaplan. vernon odem will have more on the new charges coming up at 12:30. >> the race for the white house now, with 8 days to go until the election, hillary clinton is vowing to stay on course despite the focus on her e-mails. thorning she boarded her plane in west chester county new york, heading to the battleground state of ohio. over the weekend fbi obtained a warrant to review e-mails found on a computer belonging to huma abedin. federal agents found the e-mails during an investigation into former congressman anthony weiner. clinton campaign is saying
release more details because there's no evidence of wrong doing by clinton. donald trump is heading to michigan for two rallies this afternoon. over the weekend he accused the justice department of trying to protect clinton. despite the comments trump's campaign manager sailed he plans to focus on healthcare, job creation and the fight against isis during the final weeks before the election. >> from our delaware newsroom, now, police are investigating a crash that killed a motorcycle driver on route 141 in new castle. appears the motorcycle collided with another car after 6:30 a.m. the southbound lanes of 141 are shut down and there's no word on when they may reopen. a pennsylvania turnpike toll booth worker was hit by a car in bucks county. chopper 6 hd over the bensalem interchange around 8:00 a.m. we're working to learn the condition of the worker. police have not commented on the details of the commission.
police have released information about a 66-year-old man struck and killed by a car in burling torn county. the victim was walking along a road when he was hit by the suv. bob brooks has the details from west hampton. >> reporter: police say appears to be an accident, the woman accused of hitting the man thought she hit a deer. it was dark and rainy all factors that lead to a tragedy in west hampton late last night. the pedestrian was hit by a driver and killed, never stopped to help. the man who was killed 66-year-old wayne williams junior of willingboro. he was walking when a woman in a white suv hit him. the woman in her 60s called police to say she hit a deer which is very common. >> this area behind the phyllis station it is loaded with deer.
>> reporter: after an hour of being hit, williams was spotted by another driver passing by. >> the area where he was struck there's not much a shoulder there. >> reporter: it doesn't look like the driver will be arrested. >> we're investigating it as an accident. she is a nurse she was shaken up about the incident. >> reporter: the investigation is in the preliminary stages. in fact detectives say they are not clear whether williams was in the road or on the shoulder. reporting in west hampton, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> closing arguments continue today in the bridgegate trial. brigette kelly and bill baroni are accused of traffic jams on the george washington bridge. 89 former allies claim they were part of a legitimate traffic study. >> time to talk about
temperatures, accuweather says the trick-or-treat forecast is on the cooler side. as we look live from our cameras in center city. it's breezy, not a bad halloween him we have sunshine and skies are expected to stay dry throughout the night. david murphy joins us from the terrace. love your costume, david. >> reporter: i'm going as a weather guy, we have sunshine so far, there will be clouds sharing the skies with the blue as we go through the afternoon. take a look at satellite and radar you can see the cloud cover that was thicker overnight after the thunderstorms rolled through it is now breaking up. there are additional clouds that will sweep in from the west as the afternoon goes on. 50 degrees in philadelphia. 350 in allentown. 50 in reading, and 54 in wilmington. 354 in millville and 53 in cape may. there's a bit of a breeze blowing. we're at 9 miles per hour in philadelphia not too terrible. farther to the south in the
teens we expect the winds to fall back a little bit until we go into later in the day. today's high, around 3:00 p.m., 58 degrees, that's a few degrees below the average high of 62 well off the record of 82. of course we were closer to that yesterday. the overnight low 42. what about the trick or treating call in between. here we go. looks like it will be dry, mostly clear, clouds around, definitely chilly with the temperature around 55 degrees at 5:00 p.m. as you're getting your costumes on. 8:00 p.m., 489. 49. 47, 48 by 8:00 p.m. if you're in the suburbs, you're looking at the mid 40s around 8:00 p.m. you will need a couple of layers underneath the costumes. we're looking for another bounce back in temperatures, how do you like the 70s later on in the workweek. i'll have that coming up.
>> it is eagles have landed back in philadelphia after a disappointing locals to the cowboys in overtime in dallas last night. the birds were up 23-13 early in the 4th quarter. zack pressscott tied the game with a touch down. the eagles never got the ball back in overtime, the cowboys won. coach doug peterson is giving his post game preference we'll have more of that at 12:30. police are looking at the dozens of 911 calls made at the pulse nightclub in orlando, florida. new jersey drivers top off their tanks always the gas takes increase begins tomorrow. >> plus we have another way to stick with your fitness routine.
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the flames broke out in a large buildings under construction in a residential area of oakland. a developer was planning to build 40 to 50 apartments in the new complex. no reports of injuries. a week long manhunt for a murder suspect is over. an oklahoma state trooper shot and killed michael vance junior during a chase. he is suspected of killing two relatives and wounding two police officers and carrying out multiple carjackings over last week. he was angry over a sexual assault case filed against him by a 15-year-old girl. about two-thirds of the emergency calls from the night of the pulse nightclub attack have been released. the city withheld 200 additional calls placed to and from the nightclub in june. today the judge is hearing arguments from the city fighting
against several news outlets who want the calls released. family members of those they don't died were invited to testify. 20 people were injured outside a nascar race in virginia. police say a driver fried to pass a jeep and hit the jeep and fans in the parking lot. the driver of the car is expected to face charges. alcohol was not a factor. a spirit airlines plane was delayed for several hours because of a possible bomb threat. passengers appear what appears to be law enforcement in the cabin on the runway in fort lauderdale. a man warnldz about a person -- warned about a person texting that a bomb was on the plane. passengers had to exit and be reexamined before taking off the. pope france stepped off his plane in sweden today.
he is there to commemorate the 5 hupth anniversary -- 500th anniversary for protestant revolution. abc news made a surprising discovery that could affect your care at the hospital. here's the special report. >> reporter: i'm investigative reporter chad perdelli, nurses are on the front line of the medical industry. could some of them be putting their patients at risk. >> all narcotics are accessible to you. >> reporter: a nurse tells us about her downward spiral into addiction and how she got caught. that's tonighten on "action news" at 11:00 p.m.
>> well, the days of inexpensive gas almost over in new jersey. state's gas tax increase takes effect tomorrow. drivers will pay an extra 23 cents per gallon. the increase will help pay for an 8 year 16 billion transportation trust fund. it's part of the deal that eliminates the estate tax and lower it is sales tax. over the weekend alaska became the latest state to allow recreation marijuana sales to people 21 and over. dozens lined up to get inside the first retail store as soon as it opened on saturday. three more pot stores are expected to open in other cities in alaska in the coming days.
researchers have found the key to sticking to a fitness routine. they asked 800 penn students to do an exercise program and keep track of their progress online. the students who were given access to other people's standing from the website completed higher number of exercises over 11 weeks. researchers believe competition motivated more than any other factor. birth control for men showed promise in a new study. 266 men were given a hormonal birth control shot over 8 weeks. besides mood changes and other side effects, many said they would use male birth control if it was available. >> "action news" team working on news stories tonight beginning at 4:00 p.m.
alicia vitarelli, happy halloween. >> reporter: sarah and i coordinated. >> i missed the memo on that one. >> reporter: coming up on "action news" at 4, it seems that ride sharing and car sharing is the big thing to do in big cities. we'll tell you how toyota is testing out a new system that will change how people get around. it is making easier to share a car. plus running a marathon is a difficult task in and of it, right. are you looking at this video, one mother takes it to a whole new level, running a marathon while pushing her triplets in her stroller, that makes me feel extremely lazy. we'll tell you why she took on the challenge and aren't they cute. that's a super momma. don't forget you can take us on the go if you don't have our abc
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were able to be extricated safely. no injuries. we have a roof clams in west philadelphia. we'll give you more information as it becomes available to us. >> david murphy has the trick or treating accuweather forecast. you should wear a coat. >> reporter: a couple of layers beneath the "harry potter" costumes. are you going to be "harry potter." >> i'm going to wear a trench coat, i'll be "columbo." >> reporter: you'll be "columbo," very good. no rain out there, we had thunderstorms that rumbled through late in the afternoon and early evening they are gone. taking a look outside, sky6 live hd looking toward center city, you can tell it's fairly bright out, we have the developments of a few additional clouds. as we go through the afternoon it's a sun and clouds mix overall. 52 degrees, the winds which were
stronger have eased back to 9 miles per hour. it's breezy out there, jacket weather through the afternoon. 54 in philadelphia and millville. up closer to 50 in allentown, trenton and lancaster. as we look at the cloud cover, it was thick last night as the thunderstorms rolled through, they are long gone. now we have a fair amount of sun with clouds popping up. there's additional cloud cover gathering like a ghoul to come in later on. it will wind up being partly sunny most of the day. 56 degrees in the lehigh valley, so cool there. down the shore, looks like 60 on the beach are partly sunny and cool. if you're down in atlantic city take a stroll. in philadelphia, 58 degrees, the winds are generally 8 to 16 miles per hour. i think over the next several 0 hours they will wind up lowering a little bit. by evening it will not be too terribly wind. 58 by 4:00 p.m. 57 by 5:00 p.m. 57 by 6:00 p.m.
just about the same holding there by 7:00 p.m. and dipping into the mid 50s pretty quickly. in and around philadelphia by 5:00 p.m., we'll call it 55. by 8:00 p.m. we'll call it 49 degrees mainly clear with a couple of lingering clouds, it will be chilly, not super windy, but cool. in you're in the outlying suburbs you'll get into the mid 40s by 8 or 9:00 p.m. 38 degrees is the overnight low in the outlying suburbs, 42 by dawn in philadelphia. mainly clear and chilly overnight. tomorrow we start out chilly in the morning, most of us in the 30s in the afternoon still only topping out about 61, 62 degrees, by 35:30 p.m., 59. it looks like sun mixing with clouds tomorrow. your seven from accuweather happy halloween, everyone. 58 degrees is the high, no tricks tonight, but cool treats, so dress appropriately. tuesday, a nice start to
november. 62 degrees. wednesday, a front comes through having a channels to trigger strong gusty thunderstorms on thursday. 76 degrees. friday, 60 degrees, saturday, we're falling back one hour, 58 degrees. 55 on sunday. take it easy in the neighborhoods behind the wheel. a lot of killed tonight. >> quick break, more news when we come right back. stay with us. most people owe the bank.
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