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that respect each other and played a whale of a game. >> the final throw in the end zone, picked off by jordan sterns and mason rudolph and the cowboys will have a happy ride back to still water, escaping with a 43-37 win. the 92 yards quick strike scoring drive proving to be the difference in the game. pressure was coming, had to get rid of it. wound up finding a crowd of people in the end zone. >> nobody with shake themselves free. just a three-man rush with an add on. the add on guy is the one that gets a shot on ertz as he tries to throw the ball. >> let's go to chris. >> how are you able to come up with a stop there at the end?
>> the defense rallied. we gave up a few yards more than i wanted to. and fortunately, we played the pick play down there effectively and then they got the pass interference call. it was interesting. if it wasn't for that, the clock would have run out. so it worked to their favor just a little bit. but i could behind more proud of our guys. when you come on the road and turn the ball over three times, it's really hard to win. but we found a way so i was proud of our team. >> you talk about the turnovers. what does it say about the composure of mason rudolph, he was able to lead the drives. >> well, he e played pretty average. it's interesting, he play the better after that than he did before. so you have to love that about the kid. he's found a way to win a lot of football games. but over all, everybody played good. i thought our offensive and defensive coaches made really good adjustments. >> i appreciate the time.
good job tonight. >> thank you. >> and the cowboys get a win in manhattan, kansas, they move t 7-2. tonight at 8:00 eastern, nebraska and ohio state here on abc. final score from little apple, oklahoma state, 43, kansas state, 37 in what turned into a thriller. so long from kansas state. in manhattan. so long from kansas state. dangerous thing.
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crisscrosses the country. clean-up begins at the site of a massive water main break there in east falls. but the big story is the final weekend of presidential campaign, and pennsylvania is widely regarded as one of a handful of states that could tip the scales one way or another. and this weekend, both candidates are pulling up all the stops. hillary clinton will appear with singer katie perry at the man music center. joins us live from the man with much more. >> reporter: just now, we're seeing little bit of organized chaos against hillary clinton should be arriving it's at any minute, we're seeing lines wrap around the block here. many people since 10:00 have been waiting. the goal here is to get everyone out to vote november 8th, of course, for hillary clinton. >> my friend and i found out about this last night and we drove from baltimore area to come here. >> how do you feel about being here >> i'm excited. because i see katie perry.
>> reporter: supporters katie fans came from near and far. >> we're just very excited to vote for the first female president. >> many parents two today's event as a teaching opportunity for children who are easily convinced to attend the free concert. >> i have a little girl. i want this to be what it means to be fair, what means to be involved in the community and voting process. where they could >> i'm hopefully here to see the girls can see hillary before she becomes the first lady president >> others like this demonstrator took it as an opportunity to send a message to clinton followers while stuck waiting in line. >> but among the excited fans and loyal clinton followers were those who are somewhere in the middle, and simply voting for the candidates, they disliked the least >> what is it about hillary clinton that brings you out here >> it's best of the two candidates. i'm excited to see hillary talk.
i mean, she's obviously done questionable thing but way better than trump. >> reporter: and walt just in the last few days, she enlisted the help of beyonce and jay-z and trump criticized her depending on celebrities he's going to go straight to the voters until election day. reporting if lay in affirm park. jeaneatte channel 6 action news. joe biden and his wife jill campaigned in bucks county for clinton and for katie mcginty. she spoke to the crowd at the elementary school in bristol. america is better now than when he and president obama first took office. republican senator pat toomey held his final weekend rally in blue bell, joined for an event at the wings field hanger right
there in blue bell to discuss his records and plan regarding illegal immigration and national security. earlier this morning, top republicans made stop in chester county to campaign for donald trump. former texas governor rick perry and mississippi to governor phil bryant spoken at the to republican campaign office right there in west grove. told a crowd four years under a clinton presence could be devastating for rural communities in chester county. this afternoon, a group of pakistan american christians rallied in a park lot of the roosevelt mall in sport of donald trump. he stand for christian values and stands for what he thinks is right. trump himself is barn storming battleground states. he plans to hit ten over the next few days. in tampa, the gop nominee slammed her star studded rally that included beyonce and jay-z saying he was shocked by the singer's lyrics
>> he used language so bad then hillary said i did not like donald trump's lewd language. my lewd language? i'll tell you what. i've never said what he said in my life. >> he's in nevada this evening before heading to colorado for a nighttime rally. then the midwest before coming back to pennsylvania for a stop near pittsburgh tomorrow night. and the green party's presidential nominee joe stein campaigned in old city. stein appeared at the art street meeting house with running mate. stein's platform includes a $15 minimum wage, cancellation of student debt. single parent healthcare and a green new deal to deal with climate change. act news has you covered for election night. rick williams and monica malpass will be at the trump and clinton campaign, news crews will be fanned out across the region,
we'll have special vigil coverage. we'lling following all the results after the polls close. that starts at 8:00 p.m. on 6 abc.com. police in philadelphia and homeland security are searching for the thieves who stole several laptop, in northern liberties. three campaign workers left their laptop in inside an laptop parked on the 100 park of brown street. went to dinner for you blocks away. the vehicle had been broken into and those backpacks were gone. investigators add those laps did not contain any sensitive information pertinent to that time campaign. a day after a 48 inch water main break in the parking lot of a shopping center in east falls crews got to work to try and clean-up that mess. but it wasn't easy. sick million gallons of water overflowed into the parking lot creating at least a half million in damage. action news reporter bob brooks
has more. >> reporter: for the fourth time, restoration crews are cleaning out the businesses and washing the parking lot to the shopping center. for the fourth time the water main burst and millions of gallons poured out, once again, she had to evacuate from shop rite to safety. >> reporter: you had to wade through the water >> i had to go down that way. that's where the lowest all of this is high. i had to go all the way down where the water was maybe here. >> reporter: he was able to make her way out but certainly wasn't easy. >> i fell >> it was cold. i had to walk. i had to walk all the way home. i was dripping and so cold. >> reporter: you can see the fire department had to bring if boats. 75 rescues total. sherry williams was shopping inside the ross. >> somebody started screaming like the water, the water. >> ross is now closed. this woman says she knows someone trapped in their car and may have drowned.
if it weren't for quick response. >> they carried on. >> she was transported. she was trapped inside, yes. >> reporter: now, i want to show you this is where the pipe burst. it is now created this massive sink hole. this huge mess, which you can see is not going to be easy to fix. >> they need to fix it. >> reporter: this is the fourth water main break at this parking lot. it's going to take awhile to drive these businesses out. now neighbors upset are starting to point blame, hoping for a final solution. >> i think it's the water department. not doing something proper. that the hole was there months and months >> the estimated cost is half million. you see the car park behind my shoulder? everyone i spoke with said they will never park in a spot this close again. i don't want theirs winding up like that. reporting in east falls.
talk resumes between septa and the union now in fifth day. the union submitted another proposal and reviewing it at this hour. a hearing is set for monday on a request for court injunction to force septa employees back to work by election day. 5,000 septa employees walked off the job late monday, shutting down the city's busses, subways and trolleys. singer sevyn streets accepted an offer to sing the national anthem at an upcoming sixers game. team refused to let her sing because she was wearing a t-shirt that read we matter. both sides released is a statement saying decision was reached after an apology and dialogue. she'll also join the sixers organization for an upcoming community out reach with the boys and girl club. the police officer in philadelphia is injured, during a hit-and-run. the latest on the investigation. and the countdown is on. leading up to the 6:00 action duncan donuts thanksgiving
parade. volunteers are already working on their balloon handling skills. melissa? >> mostly clear and comfortable the rest of tonight. looks like the second half of the weekend features plenty of sunshine, dry through election day. eagles head to the swamps of jersey, one of the giant's players is a council rock high school grad. jeff skversky has ports when action news comes right back.
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.
tonight. a 20-year-old man shot has died. it happened about 2:45 in the southbound lanes. new jersey state troopers arrived and found the man off the side of the road. the victim had been shot in the back of the head taken to cooper university hospital. he later died, no further details have been released. it was a sea of purple as walkers and runners raised money to fight pancreatic cancer. kicked off in fairmount park near the please touch museum. money raised goes towards research and supporting patients as well.
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out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. prioriat a neighborhoods a is rerestaurafavorite - 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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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!"
. skversky with at check on sports >> the med low lands, they've lost three straight on the road, but going up the turnpike, up to new york, that is always a fix for the eagles. eli manning may be a two-time super bowl champ but the eagles have his number. they will have to beat him out i out bennie logan. the eagles have won eight of nine against the giants on the road and new york is sick of it. how about this? giants offensive line man justin pugh a bucks county native rips
eagles fan even though he grew up an eagles fan. >> i just don't like philly, to be honest, i'm from there. every time i go back i don't get treated right. kids like when i was 18 years old, oh, yeah, we're phillies fans, they're harmless. coming from there, there's no team i want to bet more than philly. the sixers lost a whooping 41 straight games. the worst stretch in nba history, good luck saying history to the street tonight against labron and the king of the mba. the cavaliers in the house, joe well embiid on a 24 minute restriction until at least christmas. how about labron in the first, the schuylkill rivers are down against the calves. college football. penn state is white hot coming into play against iowa. and last week's 62-point performance. >> i think i'm be ready to play,
none of those other things matter. we can bank any of the points from last week. the ranking is not going to get us points, we got to go out and play really good penn state football and i have a huge home field advantage. >> villanova picks part maine. cats come up with four interceptions, quarterback throws for three scores and a career high 326 yards, nova wins 26-6. villanova national championship raised at wells fargo today before their preseason game against iup. josh hart 27 points, nova wins by
45, open a regular season in a week. by the way, flyers against montreal. coming up a check of the accu weather forecast.
thanksgiving is less than
three weeks away and premises are underway for the 6 abc duncan donuts day parade. dozens of volunteers started the. giant humpty, dumpty, you can see the parade on 6 abc on thanksgiving day on thursday, iphone 24th. today fell like anything except for fall and a couple weeks before that was aing thanksgiving >> it was really night day. >> sounds good. >> double scan radar it's dry, quiet, no issues with
precipitation, we got high pressure in control. and fact, not bad, in fact, five degrees above average today. normal is 60. the high in philadelphia, 65, the record 80 set back in 1975. will not be warm that week, but pretty dry and comfortable in most locations. 59 outside in the city. 57 in allentown, 47 in the poconos, 57 in trenton. here's satellite six answer with action radar, there's a weak disturbance moving on through. a few more clouds, if you're north of philadelphia. up in the poconos, otherwise, most locations it is mostly clear and comfortable. we'll drop down to 41 in allentown in contact 42 in lancaster, 46 in dover and 48 overnight low if cape may. here's a set up for us as we get into the second half on the weekend. a nice fall one on the way with high pressure, dominate our region, you have a northwesterly winslow a light breeze out of the northwest. high temperature coming in at 63. and we will suppress the cloud cover, suppress the moisture as
well. a reminder, that we fall back tonight. daylight saving time coming at an end, remember to set your clocks back one hour. good idea to change the batteries in the smoke detectorer. the sunset time, we're setting at 4:52 in the afternoon, 4:36 will be the sunset time we'll start to come up of a sunset time of 4:46 by december 31st. big changes on our way. a sign fall is here and winter not too far behind. here's the seven-day forecast. breezy and sunny, high of 63. on monday, it's cool but seasonal and at 59, if you're voting heading to the polls tuesday, it's milder, we're looking dry and at 67, we have the lower 60's as we get thought end of next week and into veterans day. >>fyi next, i'm walter perez on
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. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message.