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hopes that both sides were close to a deal. today there is a lot of finger pointing both sides blaming each other for the stalemate. the union workers have been on the picket lines since early monday. john rawlins joins us with the latest developments. >> yesterday's optimism gave way to strong rhetoric shared by the sides and septa says the union blamed for the stalling of the talks and union saying that septa stone walled the talks and giving out deceptive half truths. as workers picket and riders fume what about a settlement? last night septa blamed the union for halting the talks after yesterday. they say they offered the union
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an enhanced pension plan but offsetting that septa wants this them to pay more for their cadillac health care plan. and offering transport workers a salary bump from $68,000 to $78,000. despite the recent sharp words from both sides he thinks that progress is being made. >> absolutely i think they will cox together. >> early as today? >> i don't know the time frame but i'm optimistic they come together soon hopefully please before the election. >> more work rules than others? >> it's still an economic kind of thing within the work frame but i believe they are working them out? >> work rules and economic issues like pension and health care those things have to be worked out and everybody is
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saying they are trying to figure out what this means for the workers and employees, and they want to get it right. the two sides talked until 2:00 a.m. they were due to resume their negotiations via mediator 50 to 60 minutes ago no word if that has begun yet. >> john, thank you. with the septa strike dwelling on the frustration continues to grow with commuters the action cam spotted delays. some had to rely on their own two feet to walk where they need to go. >> i broke down and had to walk from 2nd and market where i work all the way to ashmead in german town, you know how many miles that is? that is miles, i can't let septa stop me from making money for my
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family. >> "action news" will help you delays on the regional rails and delays on the road. breaking news now. eagles wide receiver, josh huff, has been released from the team. this news comes just two days after his arrest on the knowledge side of the walt whitman bridge, "action news" learns that the birds organization was letting huff go, authorities say he had a gun and small amount of marijuana in his car when he was pulled over on tuesday. the gun was registered in texas which is recognized in pennsylvania but not in knowledge. howie roseman commented movements ago about huff's release from the team. and we'll have more coming up on "action news" tonight beginning at 4:00. turning to accuweather now we are enjoying more mild spring like temperatures but changes are brewing, sky 6 hd taking a live look at the philadelphia international airport, some of are you likely to see rain later
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today and enjoy the warmer temperatures for now. cooler temperatures are on the way. meteorologist, david murphy, joining us outdoors on the terrace with more. >> mostly cloudy skies now across the region with some sunny breaks. but as you look at stormtracker 6 live double scan we do have the first line of light range popping through areas just to the areas north and west of the philadelphia and should be in the city before too much longer. light shades of green, that may result in just a sprinkle but where you see the darker green the roads could get wet and we have leaves around so do take is slow. the radar shows you the current batch and another little shower popping up east of pittsburgh that could develop into a bit more as we go into the afternoon, any time after 3:00 or 4:00 look for a second line of rain and if we get sunshine in play before that band there could be a rumble of thunder along the line.
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69 in philadelphia currently and 67 in central park in new york and cooler air behind this rain, you'll start to feel the effects before the evening rush hour and overnight and into tomorrow. sustained winds are not all that strong but coming from the south soung west. and the 50 miles per hour breeze will probably add a few numbers to our temperature before we see it dip again. your forecast, we are in the mid-50s the next several hours and we wine up dipping down into the 50s and tomorrow afternoon look how much cooler we are only 60 or so tomorrow. when i step inside we'll look at the rain on future tracker 6 and get you set for your weekend too. >> all right david we'll see you back inside. rely on to stay on top of rain, and when severe weather hits check in with our
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meteorologists on twitter and facebook to share your photos. philadelphia police are working to determine the identity of a body found burning under i-76 in philadelphia. this is the scene along the 2500 block of west passyunk avenue before 2:30 a.m. the fire was so intense that investigators can't determine at this point if the body is a female or male. police in atlanta see is looking for whoever stabbed a taxi driver and drove off. the man drove himself to a police station despite being stabbed in the eye and the hand, it happened just before midnight at stenpton place. a serial robbery struck for the second time in less than a week. the suspect walked into the boost mobile store on the 3100 block of frank ford avenue on tuesday and after a minute or
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two pulls out a gun and points it at a customer and took the case out of her hand and pointed the gun at the clerk and demanded more money, police have linked him to five other holdups in neighborhoods since saturday. the race for the white house, the spouses are on the road for the respective candidates. bill clinton is stumping for hillary and melania trump is making her first speech of the election. maggie new polls show this race may go down to the wire on tuesday. >> reporter: rick and sara exactly the new polls showing the two candidates neck and neck and they are in a dead heat and both are trying to gain an edge pulling out all the stops. with just five-days to go, donald trump celebrating in florida. and hillary clinton counting her chances in arizona. this state is in play for the
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first time in years. >> both key battleground states like many recent polls showing the race could go either way. the national tracking poll shows clinton up 2, 47 to 45%. and my colleagues are with them every step of the way. karen travers with the trump campaign in north carolina. >> we just landed where donald trump has two rallies here later today. the latest poll show hillary clinton up 3 points. and trump wants to stay on message. >> stay on point donald, stay on point. so side tracks donald nice and easy. >> and both campaigns are putting their teams to work. hillary clinton is armed with political heavy hitter. >> we have work to do to finish what we started eight years ago. >> and for trump it's a family
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affair. >> he will do well here. >> his children are in five states and in pennsylvania we'll hear from his wife, melania trump in her first speech of the general election campaign. >> she plans to talk about her family and past history and talk more about the man she married. it's a big night for the clinton campaign, their vp candidate, tim kaine, is in arizona giving his speech entirely in spanish. >> thank you for that report. with just five days until the general election, download the 6 abc app to keep track of all the breaking fuse from the campaign trail. and stay informed by logging on to our website at the large effort public school system in delaware is looking into whether changing the start time of its high school will help the students perform better. the student in christina start school at 7:05 a.m. they called on the
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superintendant to investigate starting the school at 8:00. the district is working with a research firm to see if that would help achievement. peco doled out grants to organizations dedicated to preservation and conservation. they held the ceremony at philadelphia city hall to present the green reject grants. hope partnership for education and roxborough development corporation received the awards. it will help to fund projects for community parks and trails. coming up a disturbing crime, a western pennsylvania woman is accused of retaliating against a cheating boyfriend by killing one of their children. >> you can explain how you can enjoy a delicious cheesesteak that you chose and how it helps out a great cause at the same time. katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess
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at a neighborhood favorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family.
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i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message. a western pennsylvania mother is accused of murdering her own baby season sending
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video of the the dead child to the father. allegheny county police arrested 21-year-old christian clark for killing her 17-month-old son, police say she sent text messages of accusing her child's father of sleeping with other women. >> she was sending them before the act. at the time of the act and following the act as well. >> police say that clark admitted to smothering the little boy the couple's daughter survived the attack. clark is behind bars facing murder and attempted murder charges. the trial of a white police officer accused of killing walter scott as he fled a traffic stop in north charleston in april of 2015, the incident was captured on police dash-cam video. and they said that slager may have been provoked by scott but
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not to shoot him six times as he ran from him. the developer of an oil pipeline in north dakota could be hit with fine for waiting 10 days for disclosing the discovery of american indian art facts. they are worried about the damage that that construction could go to the area. president obama is weighing in and that the army corps of engineers is look fog probably rerouting the pipeline from north dakota to illinois. still ahead another check of the accuweather forecast. >> we are keeping an eye out for storms to arrive later today. looking live from sky 6 at penn's landing, david murphy has all the details from accuweather when we come right back.
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in pennsylvania, a packet of heroin can be cheaper than a six-pack of beer and prescription painkillers are too easy to get. as the head of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i've helped local communities fund drug treatment programs to save our kids. i'm josh shapiro, and as attorney general, i'll crack down on the drug dealers and stop the overprescribing of opioid painkillers. i'm proud to be endorsed by law enforcement organizations representing 14,000 police officers. this is a fight we can't afford to lose. stormy weather brought hail to the midwest near kansas city, missouri. the behind the storm system the
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area sees unusual warmth today the high in kansas city will be 72 degrees, the system is what will bring rain to our area as well. the rain is moving in right now. >> the first band is here stormtracker 6 live double scan. >> that band is playing my tune. >> light rain out there as we take a closer look. you see how it's mostly highlighted in lighter shades of green and making the roads west west of wilmington newcastle county and chester county and those types of places you are probably more impacted. and it takes an hour to get through and a second ban later in the afternoon. we'll take you outside and give you sunshine and areas in the region that still manage to squeeze out some sun. we may see that once again when the rain comes through as well. we see more showers and a rumble of thunder later on.
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winds are out of the southwest at 15 miles per hour on the breezy side out there. future tracker 6 showing you the first band of rain coming through and then falling apart. this is the 3:30 view and later on in the evening and 5:00, 6:00 the second band coming through and firing up perhaps a gusty thunderstorm in a couple of of spot as long the line otherwise a shower and it doesn't last long with gusty winds ahead of heavy downpour of rain would be possible. by 8:00 or 9:00 it's off the model and off the coast. 76 is your high in philadelphia and we'll probably need to see sunshine breaking out behind the first band of rain to get there. already at 69 degrees below 70s is likely from philadelphia north and farther south warmer in millville and mid-70s at the shore this afternoon. this is how it goes, we get the 76 liable to be 2:00 and 3:00, the thunderstorms start to
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happen, and you see numbers drop and continue to fall down to the mid-60s at dinner time by 8:00 as the rain gets through and we see the winds turn out of the cooler northwest and the front is well off the coast and we are cooler, 61 degrees and high pressure to the west and a bit of a breeze blowing blustery tomorrow. tomorrow cool in the morning and dry and a nice dayover all for the purple stride walk i'm happy to email see that event for the second straight year. it's at fairmount park. i hope to see you down there. the walk is at 8:00 and you can register on site after 7:00. the sun by the way is also a factor in deer season, it's sort of dominating and highs in the 40s this time of year mainly dry but all looking at deer season out there. deer coming down closer to the roads this time of year and you want to be careful i saw one on
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the way in jed morning and in the right lane of city avenue before dawn. warm and a thunderstorm is possible this afternoon. 61 degrees and 60 the next couple of days and tomorrow is blustery and chilly and on or about 60 saturday and sunday and cool both days and wind up staying dry but cool straight through election day. election day is not a bad forecast sunny and 62. >> thanks david. we invite to you chow down on a philadelphia fivity today. a cheesesteak at pats king of steaks. this is no ordinary cheesesteak. you the "action news" viewer voted on the makings for this delicious treat. alicia vitarelli is at the big board with more on how to help out with a great cause. >> this is such a special event. 6 abc is teaming up with pats, iconic cheesesteak shop for a delicious charity event.
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i am there at pat's in the kitchen doing what this guy is doing but i'm making what you the "action news" viewers voted for the 6 abc cheesesteak is as cheese and proceed goes to cradles to crayons, it provides much needed support to low income and homeless kids everything to make them feel safe and ready to learn. >> for many it's the only thing they receive all year long and some are coming from some of the most dire situation, when a kid doesn't have a warm winter coat or snow boots or shoes, and they can't go to school or play with their friends in the playground. >> if you earn a million dollars i'll give you a million dollars. >> wow you heard that. crayons to cradles heard that. >> we have a big goal to achieve
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and the need is overwhelming now they tell me now that 12,000 kids are on a wait list for a warm coat. they will be there from 3:00 until 7:00 p.m. a bin to collect new socks and underwear and bobs and coats. kids ages 0 to 12 years old. i am heading out right now and i'll be at pat's from 3:00 until 7:00 and spending the afternoon with our friends from cradles to crayons. come see me. >> you may see me down there, it's a great cause and a great cheesesteak. topping the people scene, she won a number of awards as an r&b singer but made a surprise appearance and rocked it at
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thele cma awards. she stole the show on the biggest night of country music. randy travis was there his first award show appearance since suffering a massive stroke in 2013 and garth brook got entertainer of the year and dolly parton was honored with the lifetime achievement award.
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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.
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back now to breaking news the eagles held a news conference regarding their decision to release wide receiver, josh huff. howie roseman had this to stay. >> for us we felt based on the circumstances and facts involved that it was the right thing to do for our football club. >> we met jeffrey, don, myself and coach and made the decision together. >> we'll have more on huff's release from the eagles coming up on "action news" at 4:00. in the meantime, david murphy has one last check of the forecast. >> stormtracker 6 live double scan showing you that we are shoving in a little bit of rain in the region, it is light for the most part and be careful out there in case some leaf covered roads getted with. we hope for a high of 76.
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and tomorrow guys back into the low 60s and blustery. >> back to more seasonable conditions. >> thanks david. we continue to follow the breaking news stories tonight at 4:00. we'll have more on the eagles story this afternoon, the decision to release josh huff from the team after his arrest earlier this week. and we are monitoring progress with septa and the striking union. don't forget to join us layer for "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. >> i'm rick williams have a nice afternoon. we'll see you tonight.
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donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! 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!"
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