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h." "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors... who perform them." and when donald trump insulted women and bragged about... sexual assault, pat toomey refused to reject him. pat toomey: won't stand up to trump. won't stand up for women. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. "action news", delaware valley's leading news ram, with meteorologist melissa magee, jeff skversky, sarah bloomquist and walter perez. sunday night, hand is chris thecally injured in an explosion in a pun kin chucking contest in delaware. also eagles drop another one this time on the road begins giants. >> but the big story on "action news" is developing news right now in the presidential race, late this
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afternoon, fbi director announced the latest review of hillary clinton's e-mails is over. the agency does not plan anything that would warrant any charges. >> in a letter to congress james comey wrote that none of the new e-mails which were discovered on the computer of the disgraced former congressman anthony weiner is fbi officials any reason to change conclusion they reached back in july. clinton's communication director had this to say after the announcement. >> we have seen director comey's latest letter to the hill, and we are glad to see as we were, that we found as we were confident that he would, that he has confirmed the conclusion that he really reached in july, and we're glad that this matter is reoffed. >> meanwhile during an appearance in ohio this evening clinton herself did not comment on the announcement. the news came just hours after clinton left philadelphia, where she spoke at a church in west oak lane. it was one of the several appearances by the candidate and her surrogates in pennsylvania, and which is a
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considered must win. >> meanwhile donald trump's daughter ivanka was in our area today. "action news" reporter bob brooks has latest from both events. >> reporter: campaign schedules are any indication you have to believe that candidates believe the keystone state is up for grabs. trump/clinton campaigns are stumping here, for clinton and her daughter chelsea was in philadelphia making five stops through the suburbs. >> we have two days left. >> reporter: vice-president joe biden was in scranton using time to go after trump on wages. >> donald trump says, he says, and he believes, he says, american workers wages are too high. >> reporter: you this governor tom wolf got in on the action in brookhaven. >> hillary clinton is not elected president on wednesday, we will all wake up and we will just feel guilty. >> reporter: trump campaign is eyeing up the commonwealth too, ivanka trump made several stops including right here in philadelphia on academy road. >> thank you for, being here
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today. >> reporter: she hold a q and a with hundreds of her father's daughter. >> ivanka spoke to the change that the country need. it is not just little change but big change that we need. >> reporter: despite a scare in reno last night... trump was back on the mike in minutes. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. never, ever, be stopped. >> reporter: and continues his rigorous rally schedule five stops today, four stops tomorrow. pennsylvania, the only state he is stopping this twice. although trump is not scheduled for philadelphia, hillary is not done here just yet. she made an unannounced stop at mt. airy church of god and christ this morning, where she will continue what president obama started. >> this election is about doing everything that we can to stop the movement to destroy president obama's legacy. >> reporter: but it earnly isn't last stop for hillary in
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philadelphia. we know for a fact tomorrow night she's having a rail at independent hall, president obama will be with us. tonight reporting from west oak lane, bob brooks, channel six "action news". >> and this afternoon clinton's campaign added bruce springsteen to that already star studded line up, clinton will be joined by her husband bill, daughter chelsea, president and mrs. obama, jon bon jovi and now bruce springsteen will perform. event start at 7:30. gates opened up at 4:00 o'clock. despite fbi announce. before this rally with hi this evening donald trump told support their clinton is under investigation. trump spoke in minnesota saying clinton is protect by what he calls a quote rigged system. fbi director james comey's letter was released just before trump took the stage. trump told that crowd clinton should not even be allowed to run for president. >> hillary clinton will be under investigation for a long, long time. for her many crimes against our nation, our people, our
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democracy. likely conclude nothing a criminal trial. >> trump is in michigan at this hour and plans to fly to the pittsburgh suburbs, and then to virginia, before the day is through. now the latest abc news/washington post tracking poll has clinton widening her narrow lead begins trump by one percentage point. clinton now leads trump 48-43 percent. poll has likely voters giving her the advantage when it comes to qualifications, and temperament but her weekness is still in the area of perceived honesty that has kept trump in the hunt over the final stretch. "action news" has you covered on election night, rick williams and monica malpass will be with the trump and clinton campaigns. we will also have our news crew fanned out all across the region, covering the major local races. jim gardner will anchor special digital coverage, join us in our panel of expert and special guests, we will be following all of the results, after the polls close that starts at 8:00 p.m. on six
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abc.com. okay. moving to other news it is now day six of the septa strike and if negotiators are making any progress they are keeping it the quiet. that means another day of making another plan to get to work for thousands of us. meanwhile a court hearing is set for tomorrow to see if a judge might decide the four septa workers to go back to work in time for election day. "action news" reporter janet reyes is live in center city with the details. janet. >> reporter: walter, talks here at sheraton ongoing but neither said is saying much. governor wolf is speaking out just minutes ago we got a statement saying he is in support of the injunction that would end the strike, saying that it is a devastating for families, and those who depend on septa for transportation. >> i'm hoping they figure something out for tuesday because you do not the want to it reduce voter turnout on tuesday. >> reporter: less than 48 hours from election day pressure is on for septa and union to end this strike that has effectively shut down the city's public
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transportation, for nearly a week. >> outreach in philadelphia. i have my ride, from home, all the way down here and i just can't afford it. >> reporter: two parties have than unusually quiet this weekend but they assure me that talks are ongoing, still election day is fast approaching and riders are getting anxious as they scramble to think of the way to get to the polls. >> i have to go all the way out to north philly to do that. how willie do that with septa not working. >> walking. i really do need the bus. >> reporter: it is reason why super pack my ride to vote has teamed up with uber and lyft to offer free ride to get voters to their polling places. welcome news for this septa rider. >> it sound good. i'm so glad. >> reporter: just minutes ago we got word that the city of
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philadelphia is filing an injunction that would temporarily make septa riders go to work, for election day. reporting live from center city, jeanette reyes for channel six "action news". >> thank you. an accident in an annual pumpkin chucking contest in delaware has left a man in critical condition. it happened just before 3:00 this afternoon on appletree road in bridgeville. police say a piece of equipment exploded, man was taken to the local hospital and there is no word on the nature of his injuries. police in newark delaware are investigating the case of the woman who suffered a bullet wound while asleep inside her home. "action news" reporter christie ileto is live at the scene with the details, christie? >> reporter: well, judging by damage we have even here we know at least a dozen shots were fired, these bullets, busted out car windows here in this neighborhood and they even went through some of the homes, and according to the family that lived here 38 year-old cristina carrollway was sleeping in this room
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right here when a bullet went through the wall and punctured her leg. >> pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, shook the whole front have of the house. >> reporter: new castle county police say a flood of 911 calls came in just after 1:30 sunday morning when cristina carrollway was hit the by a stray bullet while sleeping in her living room. it is unclear if there were multiple shooters or who was intended target but this isn't first tragedy for the family this year. in january they lost their home and two young children in a massive fire. >> we thought we were finally getting back, on our feet, finally, leaving, you know, and then memories with just things with memories, but now it is like a relapse. >> reporter: now carroway is recovering at a area hospital. we will hear from her family later tonight at ten and 11:00. anyone with information about the shoot are or shooter is
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asked to contact detectives. reporting live from newark, christie ileto for channel six "action news". >> christie, thank you. an overnight crash forced two dozen people from their homes in media, delaware county. here's just before 2:00 a.m. a driver lost control near monroe and jefferson street and struck a home. vehicle severed a gas line to the house which forced residents inside the home in a nearby apartment building to evacuate. peco crews capped the line and resident were allowed to return in about an hour, no one was injury. well, the eagles fell to four-four today with the loss to the new york giants. >> that is right they had their chance in the final minutes but giants held on to win, jeff skversky has some more on questionable decisions along the course of the game. >> a lot of fourth down calls, early on, questionable calls, eagles in the the first half left nine points on the board. you do the math. they lost this game by five. they could have won. eagles every coming down a bad road they have lost four straight road games and not even a trip up the road to visit the giant where they have dominated, in the past,
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issues right now. eagles coach doug pederson had questionable play calling with the giants. eli manning pick apart eagles secondary throws for four touchdowns including a pair to odell beckham junior. eagles down 21-ten. third quarter eagles come out flight kenjon barner comes within four. eagles need a giant stop, jordan hicks, what a play, manning is pick off. eagles with the ball in giants territory. eagles can win it down five. fourth down they will go. carson wentz, for jordan matthews incomplete. eagles lose 28-23. they have lost four of their last five games, after that three and zero start. >> down the stretch giving dallas cowboys... >> first five plays of the game we are down 14 to nothing and with two turnovers. i still have confidence in this group, and, you know, i think if we do better just to start the game and we're not in this situation at the end of the game. >> we all have to learn from it, whether we're rookies or
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ten year vets we have to learn and find a way, we have to keep saying to find a way to finish ballgames. in the fourth quarter when we have a chance to win we have to find a way to do it. >> how about this in a matter of eight days eagles have gone from playing for first place, to dead last place in the division. >> bad choice is today. >> thanks, jeff. there is still much more ahead on "action news" celebration of the men and women who served our nation, highlights of the philadelphia veterans day parade is coming up. >> melissa. sarah, it is mostly clear skies we're waking up on the chilly side tomorrow followed by much colder air later this week. we are up next with the forecast. plus heading live to new jersey with jamie apody for more on the eagles frustrating day when "action news" comes right back. katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess
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♪ >> today the city of philadelphia honored our nation's veterans with a parade right down market street in center city. maryland air national guard, threw a-10's over independent mall, a big crowd gathered along jfk boulevard and market street to show support for men and women hoff served our country. our viewers watched the parade right here on six abc, alycia vitarelli and sharrie williams helped with the today's broadcast. nearly 100 air men from the delaware national guard were welcomed home today. action cam in new castle for formal ceremony. the guardmen were deployed to afghanistan in january. many returned home over the last couple of months. this was the official recognition of their services. dozens of people gathered today to help the family of a fallen officer. fraternal order of police held a benefit and silent auction right there in northeast philadelphia, for the family of police officer will ummbris. he died of a previously undiagnosed medical condition back in april. he had been a member of the
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philadelphia police force but at the time he was with the haverford department. he leaves behind a wife and three children. grab 'em by the p*á*á". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.
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representing 14,000 police officers. this is a fight we can't afford to lose. she ate like a pig. trump has said and done... you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and republican brian fitzpatrick supported trump. look, we just can't vote for fitzpatrick or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. jeff skversky has a check on sports and this one was tough to watches specially at the end. >> that three and zero start seems like ages ago. >> it is unreal watching this team right now.
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carson wentz puts eagles in a giant hole today against giants. wentz is first quarterback in the nfl to start a game by throwing two interceptions on the first two possessions. the eagles, yeah playing catch up all day. wentz and the eagles giving their fans a headache, he throws two picks on their first two drives against the giants and it kills them. down seven on third down, andrew adam plays later, eli manning to roger lewis. manning were four touchdowns today. eagles down 14 to throwing. second quarter, eagles fight back. the ryan matthews right by eli apple, eagles within four. giants answered right back. manning for odell beckham. overly owedis mckelvin, eagles down 21-ten. two failed fourth down conversions and a block field goal in the first half leaving nine points on the field. dot the math. eagles down 11 in the half. how about crucial points, kenjohn john barner punches it
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in. eagles back to four. twenty-one-17. final two minutes. eagles down, giants stop, how about jordan hicks, he picks it off, what a lay. eagles with the ball in new york territory. they can win it, town five. ninety, seconds to go on fourth down wentz to jordan matthews, no. eagles lose, 28-23. in all four losses eagles have had the ball in the final minute with the chance to win or tie. >> lets go live to jamie apody at met life stadium. eagles coach doug pederson says this will not spiral but eagles have lost four of their last five games. >> yes, jeff, you know, we know carson wentz is a rook hoy will make rookie mistakes but easy to forget pederson is a rookie too and from his play calling to taking point off the board by taking too many chances on fourth downs will leave him in the hot seat with the media and fans this week, and he knows it. >> this is my job. this is a national football
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league. i trust in our team. i trust in our guys. i trust that locker room right now. they're hurting. i'm hurting. you know, there is a i find line obviously between being crazy, borderline crazy and doing right thing but at the same time i felt that was the right thing to do. >> everybody just kind of gave us the truth, nobody is coming out here and beating us down. we are beating ourselves. you can't to that in pool gall games. >> we know all four losses we had a chance to win. that is something, most of them, we tend to hurt ourselves. today with the two interceptions early. all these other games we keep kicking ourselves this is the tail early on. we know we're a good team and we will bounce back. >> we will have much more on this very disappointing loss, now coming up on "action news" sports sunday. 97.5 fanatic mike missanelli will join ducis rodgers in the studios break it down and will have more from met life stadium. despite fat thank pederson
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says he plans to stay aggressive with the play calling some of his players do not agree. you heard jordan matthews allude to malcolm jenkins speech after the game and he said we should start work and what got them to three and zero and that is methodical boring football. live from met life stadium, jamie apody for channel six "action news". >> things don't get easier, they have first place falcons at home next week. >> all right jeff, we will check accu weather when "action news" comes right back. y25pky yi0y
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melissa has a check of accu weather forecast. boy, it was breezy today.
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>> it was breezy and cooler for workweek on monday. we will talk about election day and forecast for that and then gets much colder later this week. >> big changes coming here. storm tracker six, walter still shaking his head. >> please, no. >> storm tracker six double scan radar it is dry no issues with precipitation, certainly cooler then what we're used to but we were slightly above average still for this time of the year. normal for us is 60. high today in philadelphia in at 63. record is 79. we have got northwesterly cool wind. fifty in allentown. forty in the poconos. fifty-five in philadelphia. and cape may is 58. 54 degrees in beach haven. this was the issue today. we had sustain, constant wind out of the northwest sustained to 6 miles an hour in the poconos. seventeen in philadelphia. thirteen down in dover. sustained wind speeds, in beach haven. also at 19 miles an hour. here's satellite six with action radar. this is why we have windy conditions. high pressure that is situated out across ohio valley we have
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low pressure out the coast in atlantic. we are tapping in the tight pressure gradient. we will get wind from canada funneling down in the mid-atlantic region. for the rest of tonight and over next 12 hours it is clear, chilly with the wind diminishing. we will drop down to 32. chilly north and west, in reading. forty-one in philadelphia for overnight low. dropping down to 40 in cape may. thirty-five in trenton. 39 degrees the overnight the low in dover. set up back to work on monday, high pressure still stays in control, plenty of sunshine but cooler, on monday with a high temperature coming in at 56 degrees. the as we get into tuesday this ridge of high pressure will move further south and east. we will tack toll return flow but tuesday for election day with the southeasterly wind it will be a milder afternoon with a mixture of sunshine and clouds. high temperature coming in at 65. we are tracking a cold front late tuesday into wednesday and then by wednesday we could have some showers or if not some rain developing as we get into wednesday afternoon. here's the exclusive accu
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weather seven day forecast, it is cooler on monday. high temperature of 56. still plenty of sunshine. on tuesday, for election day, it is milder and we are looking dry with high temperature up to 67. and early shower around on wednesday. then turning cooler. high temperature in at 60. sunshine and cloud on thursday, 62. friday, for veterans day it is breeze which sunshine around, high of 60. the here's the big change, by sat the day, the coldest air so far this ease on, that is when we're tracking by then with a high obvious 47, partly sunny and chilly with the eagles at home next sunday high temperature then only in the 40's. >> oh, boy. >> melissa, thank you. abc world news sunday next up here on channel six. don't miss "action news" at ten on phl17 tonight. we are right back here again at six abc at 11:00. we will be on the air 4:00 a.m. tomorrow with the latest on the septa situation. >> for melissa magee, jeff skversky, sarah bloomquist and the entire "action news" team, i'm walter perez. we will see you right back here at 11:00 o'clock.
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tonight, breaking news. on the eve of this election, the new fbi bombshell. the fbi director now clearing hillary clinton, after reviewing the newly discovered e-mails. both trump and clinton in the air when the news breaks. the cameras waiting, what she said, as clinton takes the stage with lebron james. and with just two days to go, our brand new tracking poll. where the race stands right now. also, the serial killer confession. the woman kidnapped, discovered chained in a storage shed. tonight, the suspect leading authorities to several more bodies. the fiery explosion in an apartment complex, bursting into flames. the race to save families inside.

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