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subways are running again as septa service is gradually getting back to normal. the stage is set for what's extendinged to be a big rally for hillary clinton in philadelphia tonight. flames pour out of a philadelphia home leaving a person dead. a at anitive contract agreement has been -- a tentative contract agreement has been reached between septa and it's workers. they hope to have everything up and running by tomorrow morning. john rawlins live in center city with the latest on the restoration of service, finally john. >> reporter: things are starting to run, we saw 33 go around city hall today. more are due to go online at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon. several trolley lines, the 11, 13, 34, 36 are up and running as well as the subway and market frankford el which is good news for those who depend on the city
transit division. >> it's stressful getting a ride all the way from germantown to downtown. i'm happy it's over now. >> reporter: the plan today for the transit system to return to life. beginning at 9:00 a.m., the biggest people movers in the city the subway and market frankford line are beginning running limited service every quarter hour. riders should not expect full service to resume tomorrow morning. it was 5:30 a.m., when the exhausted adversary announced a settlement. >> we believe the agreement is fair to all our employees and customers and taxpayers we know the strike caused heartache for thousands of rides and we apologize for the disruption. >> reporter: neither would talk about how the deal was ratified so it's not known how much the sticking points were dealt with. septa was due back in court this morning to get an emergency injunction to get strikers back to work.
they backed the move to force the strikers back by tomorrow election. did that impact the negotiations? >> no, we were there for a week trying to get the job done and we got it done. >> reporter: told the talks almost shut down for the night, they were going to reconconvene after the --njunction hearing began today. dwight evans was the shuttle diplomat and the agreement got done. it is a final fight for the battleground state. donald trump hasn't clinton have made a push for the late day of the campaign. >> let's go to bob brooks on independence mall for the
clinton and obamas and two legendary musics will rally tonight. bob. >> sarah, rick, hillary clinton is pulling auto outline the stops -- out all the symptoms. tops. clinton will speak with the american flag draped behind her, there are media from all over the world, there are reportsers speaking french off to the side you'll see the stage where bon jovi and the boss bruce springsteen are ready to play. many will argue there is no grander stage for a presidential rally than independence mall. hillary clinton looks to tap into the knows nostalgia for the history here. by the choice of venue and size of the stage and company shell keep she is -- she will keep she
is all in. she'll tap star power, her husband and daughter will attend. president obama and first lady, as well. hillary clinton supportsers are coming in from all over to see. >> we got her last night at 9:00 p.m., because we were determined to stand in line for 14 hours and be in the front line. >> reporter: dozens have lined up ten hours plus from the corner of chestnut and 4th to get in. not everyone we spoke with is sold on who they will vote for. which is my clinton and trump who rallies in scranton today is stumping in the commonwealth. >> i'm doing my research and weighing all the options. >> reporter: this is a map of road closures you may want to keep in mind. market from 4th to 7th, 5th to afternoon and market, 6th street to arch and chestnut. >> reporter: the gates to the event open at 4:00 p.m.
next hillary clinton heads to a rally in north carolina. bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> donald trump is taking aim at voters in five different states today. he started the day with a rally in sarasota at florida. he told the crowd the election is now in their hands. he will be in north carolina before stopping in scranton, pennsylvania and heading to new hampshire and on to michigan. here's a look at polling hours in election day. in new jersey, voters can start casting their ballots at 6:00 a.m. in pennsylvania anne delaware voting begins an hour later at 7:00. the polls close at 8:00 p.m. in all three states, voters standing in line by 8:00 p.m. will be allowed to vote. "action news" has you covered on election night. rick williams and monica malpass will be with the trump and clinton campaigns in new york.
we have news crews fanned out across the region covering the major local races. we invite you to tune into our digital coverage, join jim gardner and our panel of experts following all the races after the polls close at 6abc.com at 8:00 p.m. it's a cool day for monday it's feeling like fall outside, plus lots of sunshine. as we look live, sky6 live hd showing you the ben franklin bridge and parts of penns landing. checking in with meteorologist david murphy outside on the terrace. accuweather says the weather won't get in the way for election day tomorrow and nice today, as well. >> reporter: a good looking day today, but a lot milder tomorrow, rick. we'll start you off with satellite, cloud cover has been limited off the coast of south jersey and delaware. we have clear skies and that developed into a nice sunny morning and sunny afternoon. 53 degrees in philadelphia, so probably a good idea to keep a
sweatshirt or jacket handy. the wind is dropping out of the north and in some cases up in the double digits. 49 in new york city, 56 in washington. that's not much of a spread along the east coast. there are the winds down to 8 miles per hour in philadelphia. we have seen them up between ten and 15 miles per hour this morning at times in philadelphia you'll see the 15, 16-mile an hour breeze. calm in washington right now, i would imagine the winds drop down that way, as well. we take a look at the forward forecast in the next 24 hours, it stays cool this afternoon, overnight tonight you can see how we dip into the upper 30s, perhaps in philadelphia and in the suburbs. look at how quickly the numbers jump tomorrow for election day. the polls open in pennsylvania at 7:00. we can be in the upper 30s in spots by then. as soon as 9:00, you're up to 50. by 1:00 p.m., 65 we're going
tore a high of 69 tomorrow. the cooler suburbs getting into the upper 60s. when i step inside we'll look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and cool down just around the corner. >> with a few showers possible later this week check back often at 6abc.com/weather, storm tracker 6 live has you covered when it comes to changes heading our way. you can get updates on facebook and twitter, as well by following other meteorologists. a woman was hurt when a home caught fire in wilmington this morning, 89 flames were shooting out -- the flames started in the car in the garage and spread. the blaze reached two-alarms it took an hour to get things under control. no word on the condition of the woman who was hurt. fire crews were called to school for a haz/mat situation in hamilton, mercer county. it happened at the reynolds
school on the grounds of the school not inside the school i. not clear what the substance is or was at the time. firefighters secured the situation, no injuries were reported. >> much more ahead on "action news" at 12:30 p.m. she we want running and never picked up her children from gay care. we have the latest on the disappearance of a california mother including what the investigators discovered that leads them to believe she may have been abducted. a woman said she can tell what your pets are thinking. she can help owners with pets at this hour, that's coming up next when "action news" comes right back. katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess
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app and discovered her phone near the side of the road. search teams are searching the area for clues, there's an offer of $50,000 for any information that leads to her location. real estate heir robert durst is said to make an appearance in a los angeles courtroom to make a murder charge in connection with the death of his friend susan burrman 16 years ago. she was going to speak with police about the disappear ands of his wife. she vanished in 1982, the body was never found. the case got national attention after the case was featured in a hbo documentary. dylan roof the man accused in the charlie ton church massacre, jury selection was supposed to continue today, the judge sent everyone home. the judge is having a closed door hearing on the issue.
jury selection is set to revoom later this week. a kidnapping case is set to turn into a murder investigation in south carolina. investigators are trying to figure out if the man in custody could be responsible for half a dozen killings. >> reporter: investigators in south carolina could be dealing with a serial killer while investigating the suspect accused of holing -- holing -- holding a woman captive, todd kohlhepp admitted he gunned down four people in 2003. >> anything you wish to say at this time? >> reporter: todd kohlhepp is charged with kidnapping caleb brown who disappeared in august along with her boyfriend. search teams are scouring the 100-acre property where brown was chained up by the neck and angle locked in a shipping
container where investigator found carver's body in a shallow grave saying he was shot multiple times. the siegely successful realtor returning to his property over the weekend in an orange jump suit showing investigates two more graves on the property. in one another body. >> there are supposed to be one more down here, we'll keep searching until we're posttive that's it. >> reporter: investigators are checking other properties todd kohlhepp owned looking for
evidence and going over any unsolved cases looking for possible connections. in the meantime he is facing charges for the 2003 quadruple murder.
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forecast? today will be chilly and most of us hang in the 50s. tomorrow, milder, not only are we going in the 60s, a couple of spots could hit 70 tomorrow afternoon. mild for election day, the rest of the week we cool down again, let's get you too it. 53 degrees, the dewpoint 28. the winds out of the east/northeast at 8:00. they can go up into the double digits 15, 16 miles per hour. that's just a little cool wind wise today. we have nothing but blue across the region and staying sunny the rest of the way. 58 degrees is the high in philadelphia. same thing in wilmington and pretty much the same story in allentown and reading and lancaster. mid 50s in trenton and points over toward the east. 56 degrees in millville. 56 is the high in cape may. ceg as we -- as we go through tt of the afternoon we change the clocks back, the sun is going down earlier. you can see the stars come on
the at 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. 56 degrees at 2:00 p.m. high of 58 around 3:00 p.m. 45 by 8:00 a.m. 43 by 10:00 a.m. tomorrow, election day it's going to be warm. we're bumping this up to 69 degrees tomorrow. we have a front to the west. it's going to be coming at us, but it's too far to the west to do anything but encourage a southerly flow. i could sun and clouds in the afternoon. vogue call, 41 degrees at 7:00 a.m. a lot of suburbs as the polls open in the 30s. in new jersey you're opening at 6:00 a.m. a lot of spots in the 30s. quickly we get up to 63 by noon. 69 degrees that's the current forecast high in philadelphia at the airport anyway, that's mild at 3:00 p.m. even at 6:00 p.m., 62 when the polls close at 8:00 p.m., 56 degrees, even that is close to the average high for tomorrow, so a very mild election day for us. once again, i mentioned this in
the top of the half-hour, i want to hit it again, we are into that time of the year where you have a chance to hit a deer with your car. they get close to the road, i've seen one live one and one dead one on city avenue in the predawn hours. state farm insurance does an annual poll of statistics and they have bumped pennsylvania up to number three in deer crashes. you have much more likelihood of hitting a deer in pennsylvania than other states. take it easy before dawn and at dusk and after dark. 58 degrees, sunny and cool today. tomorrow, nice or election day, 69. sun sharing the skies with clouds. wednesday, cloudy, a shower possible. 60 degrees the high. thursday, back to the sun, breezy conditions with a high of 57. on friday, veterans day, 60 degrees, sun and clouds mixing. a late shower is possible. and then for the weekend, 489 on saturday, back to 51 on sunday,
chilly, maybe a saturday sprinkle, but largely dry this weekend. thank you, david. bargain hunters wait all year for this annual event in new castle delaware. this morning "action news" got a sneak peek at the 34th annual whale of a sale. the former pathmark is being transformed into a huge garage sale with proceeds going to local charity. the sale is this saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. coming up tonight on prime time lineup, "dancing with the stars" enters week nine. tonight the remaining 6 pairs give it all they got to make it into the semifinals. the theme tonight is show stoppers, watch all the eximent from the ballroom -- excitement from the ballroom. at 10 there's a new night of conviction followed by "action news" at 11:00 p.m.
karen rogers tells us about straight out of philly with 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: straight out of philly pairs the styles of modern dance and hip hop for performance that's meant to showcase the talent of professional dancers while shedding light on a historic time for the city city. the program is a collaboration between philadanco and hip hop troupe pure movement for a piece called philadelphia experiment which relives the 1985 move bombing. >> if people know the story, they get it. if they don't know it, they want to know it. >> it was choreographed by lenny harris. pure movement will perform harris' nothing but a word. >> it's the sweetest choreograph, it's not just what you see on tv.
it is a dance form that has genre and attained for hip hop. the other half of the program is all philadanco. >> it's interjection different styles of dance. some of it is very moody, some makes you want to cry. >> reporter: jones myers brown hopes the performance will make philadelphians proud. >> two different genres of dance put them together and show the world what philly has to offer and show philly what philly has to offer. straight out of philly is at the perelman theater through the 20th. visit 6abc loves the arts for other areas events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers.
>> final check of the exclusive accuwether seven-day forecast. >> reporter: all right, it's chilly out there today, but sunny so get the shades ready if you're climbing behind the wheel. highs in the upper 50s in the suburbs. more of the same around the i-95 corridor. winds 6 to 12. down the shore and through most of south jersey and delaware, it is the mid 50s for the most part, a nice day and milder tomorrow for election day. a chilly start, but a nice afternoon. >> thank you again, david. here's a look at the stories on
"action news" at 4:00 p.m. septa heading into the evening rush hour with a new union contract we'll continue to track the progress getting buses trolleys and subway back on track. >> plus no 401k no problem, today on what's the deal we help you get a jump start for saving for the future. tips from experts at 4:00 p.m. >> that will do it for "action news" at noon, don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. >> rick williams, david murphy and the entire "action news" team, i'm sarah bloomquist. have a great afternoon! >> see you later! pat toomey and donald trump both would defund planned parenthood,
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