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we are unable to come to an agreement with septa so as of 12:01 we are officially on strike. >> we're on strike officially. commuter nightmare or a morning hair, day mayor, right now, as more than 5,000 septa workers are officially on strike, details on what is running, what is not running and what your options are to get to school and to work. today the day of of cheap gas in new jersey is a thing of the past, new gas taxis now in effect, what it could mean for your wallet. plus a big day an important hearing in the bill cosby case, evidence a judge will be asked to decide on, in his pretrial hearing, today, here we go again. ♪
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>> a thriller at the white house. the first family inning ises and dances as they welcome trick or treaters for halloween, look at those moves. >> oh, my, i haven't seen anything like that in a while. >> look at that presidential posture. >> good day, it will be a good day. we will get the through this. first 2016, mike and alex with you. for those who actually watch "good day philadelphia" simply to watch septa buses go by it will be a bad day for you. there are some of you out there, i know that. how will you get to work. >> ♪ >> we have to come up with options, because we have a long way to run if you have to get from your house or to your job or to school so why don't you get on twit are right away. what option are you taking, car pooling? are you getting to work and
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school. >> steve said some people are waiting at the bus stop because they don't know because it happened overnight. >> at midnight. >> that is our breaking news on this tuesday morning, alex. >> septa officially on strike after a long talk that spanned well in the night but with no negotiations. what are options for people getting to work and school this morning. >> we have steve over at jefferson station but lets get started with bob. exactly what does this mean for everybody. >> 6:02. here's is what running today, pick one and go witt, regional rails are operating, expect over crowd to go day, norristown high speed line is running, the suburban buses are running because they are on a separate contract, trolley routes 101, 102 are running, cct paratransit, the paratransit system that the senior citizens use for say their there's appointments or maybe their day trips, that will operate but with delays, lucy loop also operating. what is not running no city buses or trolleys within the
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city limits. to market frankford line this broad street subway two big work horses of the septa system. parking options for those trying in the city. here's the deal, ten for ten flat rate of ten bucks for ten hours at select ppa garages. you will never get another deal as good as this here. we have locations of those garages at fox 29 to the come. have that contingency plan as mike mentioned, car pooling, uber lift lit maybe today is day you give a new service a try. check with your employer for some flex hours. give you an opportunity to come in later, work a little later and for some of the bigger companies, check with the employee shuttle. i'm sure employers have have had meetings about how we will get all of our folks to work should a strike occur. it is d-day. here we are. there is a strike underway. employee shuttle the city has shuttle buses for city employees that will run the same route as market frankford
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and broad street subway, free shuttle service is. the just show your city employee id card. if you have jury duty to day show your junior or card and you will be able to use that free shuttle service. that is an example of the what some will toll accounts are out there. schuylkill expressway, i-95 seeing some volume now, is there only one accident north on the extension at lansdale and for a guy who has covered a couple of strikes in his day let go out to septa headquarters. steve, what do you know so far this morning. >> reporter: i know they are still talking. willie brown, the head of the unions an who filled answer know by now because many strikes while willie brown has been in charge of the driver's union. reporters say if you are still willing to negotiate past midnight and keep working midnight why not keep your drivers. you have to draw a line in the sand somewhere. the next question was how long do you think this strike will last? you have been through several of them. the obviously he has no idea how long but he didn't sound
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optimistic, that it was going to be a short one because he said we're in the close on several issues. >> okay. we are not able to come to an agreement with septa so as of 12:01 we are officially on strike. we could not come to an agreement on certain simple things as far as bathroom breaks, lunchtime for operators, you know, scheduling, and operator fatigue, things of that sort. we could not come to any agreement. we will strike as of right now. >> just getting off of work and by the time i had to report from the septa web site they actually said they were going on strike at 12:00. just trying to get done work at 12:00 to get the here and hopefully make the bus, and by that time there was a little will bit the too late. >> they got off of work late because i had gotten off at midnight, and i was hoping they would not the go on strike but unfortunately they
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actually, did. there is people across the street still stuck out here, i hear and i guess i am heard from a friend that uber wants to charge people ten dollars to go anywhere. >> reporter: here's first picket line, the mid veil bus depot over on wissohickon avenue. you can see picket signs, and ever present fires because it was a very cool night, to walk out on strike. you no longer have have that heater under your driver's wheel in the bus that keep you warm you need fires to keep you warm on strike. how long the fires burn and how long strike lasts who those but mike, help we started this show in 98, 40 taste was the strike but you were with two other strikes, 05, 09, six and seven days. maybe on the shortened of one. i don't know if you devised a way for this contest to take viewers to work but twice already, i have one somebody said i need mike to bike me to
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work. i need mike to pull me, they have been, with the rickshaw, so i got a request at 4:15 that they want to you rickshaw them to work because they were sitting in the bus stop with no where to go. >> i could not find a rickshaw. is there a rickshaw are us, i don't know if you have one let me know bring it down to fourth and market. >> yes. i know somebody on twitter said they need a rickshaw. >> she said alex, philadelphia needs a new transit system, and get them out of philadelphia i have to walk 40 blocks to work. >> this person is walking how are you getting to work and school. we will continue reports about the strike all day licensing here at fox 29.com our web site for a link to the guide with everything you need to know that is all you have to do is click on fox 29.com. click on seen on tv. what is weather like? sue will see it is chilly out there. >> one thing that will not give you a problem this
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morning. once we get sunshine we will give you a ten out of ten because it is perfect for this time of the year. we have a chilly start with temperatures in the 30's ape 40's. buddy celebrating with his lunch, it is national calzone day to day, i know. we have clear skies. we have cloud down to the south and west but the reason we have such chilly temperatures is because of the clear skies. 40 degrees. sunrise not until 7:30. we have to wait almost a hour and a half but only 30 degrees in mount pocono, allentown, pottstown, 36 in lancaster. thirty-three in millville. thirty-eight in wildwood. temperatures are cooler but wind are not as high as yesterday at this time. yesterday we had our spooky sunshine at 57 degrees. today 62, just right for this time of the year. sunset the time is 5:58. we will tell you how long the ideal weather will last, in the seven day forecast, coming up, mike and alex. >> we will get a peak at donald trump's taxes new york times out with details about
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those taxes. >> why the paper says that even his lawyers weren't comfortable with the method he used to avoid paying tens of millions of dollars in taxes. phone calls from the orlando nightclub shooter to police have now been made public. hear what the gunman told the negotiator about why he carried out his attack killing 49 people in that nate club.
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starting to day drivers in new jersey will now to have
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pay more at the pump, the 23 cents gas tax increase takes effect, lawmakers say it will fund state road bridge improvements. hike is needed because state transportation fund is out of honey, this is first gas tax hike in the new jersey, in 28 years. we have gone from one of the lows to one of the highest as far as taxes in gasoline. well, it is one week from today, we will all go out the to the poles and vote for the president. will it would be man on the left or the man on the right. the latest real clear politics.com poll they are national poll their average shows hillary clinton ahead of donald trump by 4.3 percentage points. earlier this month clinton held nearly a seven-point lead in key battle ground states. both nominees, they are tied, in ohio. wow. ohio, tied in ohio. a cord go to new em or.com pollness florida, clinton is
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up by just one point now, in north carolina she's in front by three points. trump's has had a slight edge, including here in pennsylvania. he will be in valley forge this morning for rally at double tree by hilton in king of russia that event begins at 11:00. pennsylvania might be up for grabs now a week from today. it has change. 6:12. we will continue to track our breaking news this morning, more than 5,000 septa workers on strike as of midnight we will talk to septa's public information manager heather redfern next. robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up
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proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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of course, we have breaking news, septa strike. the let's bring in from septa headquarters heather redfern on the phone this morning. good morning. >> let's get right to what is not running on the septa is is tell. >> any services in the city with the the exception of the the lucy, in the university city and cct are in the running today. >> so no city buses or trolley service. no market frankford line, no broad street subway line, correct. >> correct. >> so broad street subway market frankford your two big work horses. what is operate to go day.
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>> regional rail is running all lines are running, the norristown high speed line, trolley route 101, 102, and our suburban bus routes but suburban bus route that is do come into the city are not operating in the city. >> one question somebody pose todd me what is the situation with the rails, follow thanks purchased in advance as far as refund or credits. >> refund information will be announced at a later time. if you do have a weekly or inly pass that you would normally use on a city service like a bus or subway, you can use that on regional rail through the city, with the exception of the so if you get on fox chase or one of the other wayne junction, another city station, that pass is good for regional rail. >> any problems reported so far? are you hearing anything down there at septa headquarters. >> we can expect delays on the regional rail because we will have more people getting on, getting off so we will take
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longer for that but as far as anything else, people are just getting up and getting their head around how they will get around today. >> exactly. of course we are looking at file footage there heather redfern from the septa headquarters. joining us live on the phone. let's give i a couple options if you haven't stepped out the president front door. parking options in center city, check out this deal ten bucks for ten hours at select ppa garages. we have locations on our web site at fox 29.com. i hope you have a contingency plan. car pooling, talk ago monk those in the office, good day to give uber and lyft that first try, biking. check with your employer for flexible hours. the employee shuttle, some of the biggest companies within the city, i'm sure have have had meetings on this and are giving options to get their employees to work. one example would be the city of philadelphia has a free employee shuttle that will operate the same route as market frankford and broad street subway. show your city id to get your
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free ride in. if you have jury duty show your jury card and come in with a free ride. first jam in the traffic cam thinks i-95 southbound from cottman into the city. even if you don't use septa and you have not been through these strikes in the year past you will be impact because those that do use septa one option is on the roadways. so expect grid will be in the city and, of course, neighborhoods as well, northbound on the extension a accident north of the lansdale and we will go for a ride here north bound lanes of 295 watch for an accident right here near rancocas wood interchange over there in south jersey, path coy is operating, not a problem over there, no problems coming over bridges. sues for everybody heading out front door good looking forecast. >> one thing you won't have problems with is the weather. it is never too early to look ahead to the weekend. we will give you ample warning that it is time change weekend coming up so sunday morning we will turn our clocks back from
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2:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. we will fall back. we will get that extra hour of sleep but it will get dark a whole lot earlier starting on sunday. temperatures though noticeable in november, at least for first couple days, we will above average. we will end up with an october that was slight thely a have above average when average out the whole month. anyway high pressure in control today. before we get rain on thursday. it is a chilly start, some temperatures to the north are below freezing, pottstown, allentown, mount pocono. thirty-eight in wilmington. thirty-eight in wildwood. here in philadelphia 40 degrees walking out the door. it is not as windy as yesterday at this time and things will calm down and be just about ideal for this time of the year. we have a ten today with 62 degrees. another one tomorrow, with 73 degrees. upper 70's possible on thursday, we could even tie a record if we hit 80 degrees but we will check out again just in time for the weekend, will alex and mike. listen to this florida
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circuit judge ordered city of orlando to release 911 recordings of the calls gunman made during the pulse nightclub shooting early this year. >> they reveal exactly what omar mateen told negotiator as he was inside the night club. city had shared transcript of the calls but judge said that the audio should also be made public. you're about to hear negotiators speaking to omar mateen soon after the attack mateen suggested he carried out attacks, to stop air strikes in syria and iraq.
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judge did not rule whether hundreds of 911 called should be release. she said she needs to listen to those first. shooting was deadliest mass shooting this u.s. history, 49 people were killed. of course, many of the family members of the victims are very upset with the judge, and transcripts are one thing but to hear the man's voice, they don't like that. 6:21. well, new york times out with new details about donald trump's taxes over the years. why the paper says that even his lawyers were a little uncomfortable with the method he used avoid paying tense of millions of dollars of taxes, over the last 20 years. speaking of money, are you in. when government bureaucrats refused to approve a cancer vaccine equally for both girls and boys,
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i'm sean bell. the trade deadline is coming up and eagles might want to look at some wide receivers. eagles wild outs dropped a ton of ball with the cowboys and that is something nelson agholor is sick of hearing about. >> it is football. no statistic, in who did this, that is all that matters is to win. that is what this coaching staff cares about, what i care
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about, what we all care about winning football games. >> everybody is mad, disappointed and and friday after a tough loss like we just came through and you know, cooler head prevail and we just to have bite our lips sometimes and just suck it up and get to work. >> college hoops, ap preseason ranking came out and villanova if thing disrespected. they are ranked number four in the country. they are bringing back most of the guys from the championship team so they will definite the liz use this as motivation, that is disrespect. they should be number one. all right. that is sports in a minute. i'm sean bell. >> notice number three in that ranking was university of kansas. did you note hoist was number three. >> i wouldn't even see kansas on the list. >> back to the agholor, story, wow, nellie, good head line. wow, pederson takes exception to agholor's attitude on drops. you have to catch that ball. >> yes. >> talking about after the
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game he was like bleep, bleep, bleep, bleep, talking about his job. >> can't pin loss on me. >> how about that sammy bradford, we knocked him out and he hasn't recovered. sam bradford and vikings taking on the bears, monday night football last night the for sam, it was more of the same, what the eagles gave him. he was under constant pressure. >> did you see that. >> he was dabbing. >> come on. >> so nothing going on offense. sam was sacked five times. we got him six times i think. vikings lost for second straight time as well, 20-ten. lets get back to nelson agholor and his drops speaking of the wide receivers and drops and problems together. nfl trade deadline is four and there are rumors they are in the market for wide receiver. >> they better be. >> one name is torey smith plays for 49ers, we will have deep threat that the eagles are lacking right the now, some people are saying we should make this happen. >> i don't think we threw a
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keep ball at all, did we? on sunday night. >> i'm trying to put sunday out of my mind. >> put this in your mind we are looking for wide receiver, what about to. there is one wide receiver out there that many fans really have not thought of, to, says he is ready to come out of retired. >> is it that bad to help us out. >> yes. >> he says he is available to help eagles with whatever happened. hey, terrell owens do you think you would want to come out and help the eagles. >> just keep in mind, i'm available. he is 42 years old. not that age ising this but a number. >> that is right. >> but last played in 2012. >> is there your gleam might be rusty. >> he could be rusty but i bet he is in great shape because he always stays in great shape. >> just like bob kelly, and he needs to be fit the because he is busy. >> i could do a work out on my president to lawn. good morning, everybody. breaking news septa strike underway. we are on it. here's a live look at the
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cheaper gas in new jersey is a thing of the past. new gasoline taxis now in effect, 23 cents per gallon, more. what it could mean for your will wallet. we're just one week away from election day and race is it is tightening up. latest on the the last second push from the presidential candidates. new polls out overnight thaw will than interested in. good day, it is in first, 2016. >> what a way to start off the month, that is a strike. >> with striking nice. >> contract talks went late in the night and no agreement was reached between septa and union representing 5,000 workers. so now it is official, septa is on strike. >> so our crews are out on this story. steve at septa headquarters and also bob kelly, let me tell you this. >> yes. >> people are saying how they getting to school and work. some people are just walking. >> just like we did back in the day up the hill barefoot through 10 inches of snow, right. couple questions, also, i know alex just passed them along as far as refund?
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what are you doing with the transpasses, repurchase them. septa will address all refund and credits at a later take, all right. hold on to your transpass, hold on to that, we will get your refund after this mess is over. here's what is not running. no city buses, no city trolleys, no market frankford or broad street subway. picture anything in the city limit is in the running this morning. what is running is regional rail lines. you will see overcrowded conditions, they threw in a few extra express trains on the way, norristown high speed line is running, and suburban buses running with a separate contract, same as trolley routes, 101, 102, paratransit, cct, anyone needing ride for their medical appointment they will run as scheduled but expect delays because they will stuck in the traffic jams. coming in the city here are parking options. check out this deal ten for zero, flat rate have of ten bucks for ten hours at select
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ppa garages. we have that lincoln our web site and put it on facebook, twitter, instagram pages as well. you have a contingency plan. car pooling, maybe a chance to give uber, lyft a try for the first time today. fire up the bike, ten speed from the basements, check with your employer for flex hours and check this out some bigger employees like the city they have an employee shuttle service. they have put in effect shuttle bus that he is will run the same route as broad street sun way and market frankford line. just show your city employee id if you have jury duty to take, everything is opened, you can use the actual id for jury duty. speaking of jury duty. >> real quickly did you see this anderson guy on twitter, people can use the code septa ride to get a free ride from lyft. >> today. >> i don't know, this is what david says. >> have you heard that too. >> i have not heard that.
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>> i don't think they are giving out free septa ride. >> we will check on that uber and lyft there is a good chance to give that a try if that is your only option. i would give that a shot. we have speedometer readings on the schuylkill, i-95. we have had an accident at i-95 northbound at allegheny. we are seeing volume draize into center city. somebody downtown right outside septa headquarters, steve keeley what are you hearing on septa headquarters, steve has been out here all morning long, steve. >> bobby will take you back tour wedding dj days did you ever play rebel yell by billy idol, all right. reason i asked that is a lot have of commuters that have billy idol lift, that anchor and that fist that he did. do you remember lyrics it was in the mid not hour she cried more, more, more. we have willie brown, and he cried, strike, strike, strike. here he is. >> we are going to stay here,
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ape go upstairs and keep seeing if we can get it the done, tonight, but i'm not optimist continuing that we can. we have economic issues as far as pensions. you have health care. you also have things that come to driver fatigue. we need to to something not have our operators running down the street half asleep. most people they work from nine to 5:00, adequate time to rest. my people don't do that. we have to fight for those rights. >> i'm wait forgo the bus and get kick off the bus. they went on strike at 12:00 on the dot. i'm like dam how willie get home. >> because they waited until the last minute. it is not fair for a whole lot of people that have have to catch the bus home. but i just got to change my shift, go home and start working eight to 4:00 and it will not last long so we can all get together, and get to
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work because we are paying a fortune to be out of work. >> well, this may be the last working septa bus you see for a while, courtesy of our video, just past midnight, strike call, driver and sports light off above the windshield. switched to it off duty. park it pack in the the depot and join us on the picket line. we have in clue how long this strike could last but they have gone from six days to 40 days since "good day philadelphia" has been on the air for the past 21 years. so day one i can tell you from our experience covering these strikes always the worst. so many hold out hope a deal will get done. when strike is called after everyone is asleep at midnight like it was many now just waking up to find out no subway, to bus, no trolleys running. so no way to get to school offer work. so attendance at schools is always way down. many call out sick from jobs. those that do show up, show up very, very late. mike you are on time today by the way. you are on time, everybody
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else late. preps and bosses we hope will be as understanding as mike's boss is, every time he stays out late covering events. we know you are to go work late at night, but we give you a pass, all right. >> so mike, i don't know if you remember billy idol and rebel yell but there is a lot of rebels yelling today. >> yes, nice day for a white wedding. >> steve, we have been asking people how to get to work and school. you might have seen this guy his name is on twitter my name is mike. he said i drove my wife and friend from northern liberties to jefferson station just to get a train. >> right by steve. >> where he is right the now. >> another guy, says i need septa i'm hoping strike will only last for one day. >> so true. this story is not about the machines, trolleys an buses but people, pedro says i work and get paid $12 an hour. can't afford not to work and can't afford to get to work, trying to find friend to take me to work.
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where is the love for the working class. everybody is scrambling to get to work and school right now. >> if you have any questions what you can do tweet us using #fox 29 good day. we are working with bob. we will get answers. we will help you out anyway we can. >> should we check out 59th and callowhill, that could be a, well, it looks like people are staying warm, that is about it. hi karen. >> hi mike, sorry, i thought you stopped talking. we're on the picket line what we see is not area where people are coming to get the on the bus, but people coming to drive a bus. they threw another log on. we have six people out here right now going on strike because they walked off. steve was talking about everybody has to get places. problem is it is hard, expense turf take uber. the that is something depending upon how much you
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earn that could be your entire paycheck. you cannot just ubering all over the place. people relion septa, public transit to get where they need to go and make our city run. for parent as a mom it is really difficult when your kid have school and cold morning and you have to walk them to school if they don't have public transit the and fine a way to get them in on and then a lot of them are the ones riding on septa. that is another complication for all of the parents trying to scramble and figure that one out. if you can car pool, work out something with your friend, first day and steve touched on people didn't think it would happen. it is here and happening. we need to text, call our friend saying who can ride today, we will all share gas. the what is happening with uber, were discussing this a moment ago they are allowing people to do a sharing. you have to be just one person in the uber now you you can do that uber pool where you can
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pick up people from different stops all nearby. that can help group of people from one neighborhood get in and split the cost of that. you are in the paying for a 30-dollar ride you are sharing that between six people or five people tea penning how many fit in the car. that way that would lower the cost. that just went in effect with that one. we are by the bus depot, picketers and we will have more coming up all morning long because traffic is really picking up. back inside to you. >> when you go he talk to those folks, what is the biggest sticking point and we will talk to you. 6:40. bill cosby's lawyers make another move to get sexual assault case dropped. >> just a couple hours, a key hearing begins about the evidence and testimony a against bill cosby. >> lauren johnson is live at montgomery county courthouse with more on the the key hearing, good morning. >> reporter: hearing is expect to start at 9:00 this morning at montgomery county courthouse. media circus has already started with networks showing up from all over the country.
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the it is another attempt by the defense lawyers to get these charges thrown out and cosby is expected to attend the hearing. the his team has for the several times to get charges tossed out and it has not worked so far. prosecutors are fighting hard to allow evidence into his june 2017 trial that they say will have prove he has committed serial sexual assaults over his lifetime. the case focuses on andrea constand a temple university employee said comedian drugged and assaulted her in his montgomery county home back in 2004. since her accusations were made public dozens of women accused the 79 year-old of similar acts dating back to the 1960's, many of those cases have not come against cosby because of the statute of limitations in other states. legal experts say they do in the the spec the case to be tossed out but we could expect the judge to allow evidence this like cosby's deposition from a civil case involving constand back in 2005.
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it is expect to last two days, so we will be here to see exactly what happens. >> and we will take you when we see him. thanks so much, lauren. well, we need something fun, all right. >> let's lighten the mood. >> dancing works. >> this is where i wanted to be last night instead of on my couch watching monday night football. they had a halloween forecast, obama's show off their dance moves and president shows off his voice, if you can show off a voice. how about we hear from him. he will be singing for you next. i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue 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 r wherever...
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good morning, updating our breaking news, septa is on strike this morning and we are starting to see delays on all major roadways. i-95 bumper to bumper from cottman into girard. we are seeing volume on the schuylkill expressway, an accident here on 422, this is eastbound, right here near oaks interchange, so that will cause delays for gang coming from lawyers for. jammo downtown, all right, vine expressway bumper to bumper from broad street over to the ramps at 30th street station. here's what is not running on the septa system no city buses, trolleys, no market frankford or broad street subway line. what is running is regional rails, that will get you you in and out of the city. they have added extra trains and service where they can but expect crowded conditions, the
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norristown high speed line is an option. suburban buses and trolley are running. they are a separate contract in the suburbs. the lucy loop is expected to rupp as well. if you are driving in the city there are parking options flat rate of ten dollars for ten hours at select ppa garages. i put the link up on our facebook, twitter, instagram pages inn we have all those locations, half dozen of them at the fox 29.com. it is a hot ticket. they will go fast. have have a conn ton kingcy plan. uber and lyft has special codes, lyft has a 50-dollar credit toward all of your fees, during this septa strike, so make sure you know what the code is, and what individual companies deals are. there are some false reports out there that lyft giving free ride. there is no free rides for anybody today, check in today with your employer for flex hours and employee shuttle,
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city of philadelphia has a city shut that he will will mimic market frankford and broad street subway line. just show your city id, if you have jury duty, court will be in session, judge wapnor and use your jury card to get a free ride, on that employee shuttle, is what your forecast for everybody outside today? sueby has it in 15 seconds. all of the inconvenience with the september strike one thing that won't give you a problem today is the weather. we have cloud down to our south and west but because of clear skies we had overnight, it the is chilly this morning but as we look through future cast we will see sunshine for today, a few clouds, sunshine for tomorrow, it is not until thursday, that we will see, some rain rolling in and maybe
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even some thunderstorms late in the day but not until we get in the 70's on thursday and that should be gone by week even, any rain we will get. look to the north of us, below freezing in pottstown, allentown, mount pocono, much more chillier temperatures then 24 hours ago but the wind is not as high and pretty calm out there. is there your trade off. make sure you have a jacket on and seasonal high of 62 degrees for today nice warm up as we head into wednesday and thursday but then this rain with the cold front takes us back down to chilly 50's for friday and in the 60's over the weekend and don't forget guys, this is weekend we will fall back the time changes this weekend. >> fall back, meaning you lose. >> yes. >> you get an hour. >> yes. >> that is a good thing. >> that is a good thing. >> i don't like to fall. 6:48. >> today marks one week until elections and this morning more reports come to light about donald trump and his taxes. new york times new says trum
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april voided paying taxes in a way thinks own lawyer considered questionable. the report claims maneuver may explain how trump posted a within year long of more than 900 million-dollar, in 1995. this reportedly enabled him to avoid paying federal income taxes on as much as 50 million-dollar a year, for 18 years. >> okay, two candidates campaigning in the midwest, yesterday were races are getting close. by the way new fbi e-mail probe surrounding hillary clinton being addressed at campaign rallies on both side. trump is praising fbi director james comey while clinton is will challenging james comey to find something illegal. >> i have to give the fbi credit, that was so bad what happened originally and it took guts for director comey to make the move that he made in light of the kind of opposition he had where they are trying to protect her from criminal prosecution.
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>> if they want to lot some more e-mails of one of my staffers, by all means, go ahead look at them i know they will reach the same conclusion they reached when they looked at my e-mails last year, right. >> well, white house says president obama does not believe the fbi director is strategy to help one candidate, or another, either party and that the president will continue to support hillary clinton, even with the ongoing, investigation. well, it is here, november h this. don't watch this. cheap gas thing of the past in new jersey how much will it cost you and what can do you to save some money our financial guy dan ricoto here to save you money at the gas station.
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hey, marcus just sent me a tweet. simple phrase. this stinks. >> that sums it up. >> he is upset because maybe they should have have kept working during the strike. >> how would they get their point across. >> it is bargaining power. >> there was a party at the white house. >> and we missed out for final
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time, last halloween bash, president obama and first lady welcomed trick or treaters to the the white house and they did this. >> look at the president. look at those moves. he danced with party go tours michael jackson's thriller. they gave out candy to thousands of d.c. school kid on the white house. more on the president. he even told students that they could disregard michelle obama's lessons on healthy eating, just for today. the president also belted out a tribute to prince yesterday as he saw one trick or treater's costume. >> what is going on there, man. purple rain, purple rain. >> more than 4,000 kids had celebration, mostly children from local elementary schools in the the d.c. area.
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they are having fun. >> they are having a good time singing and dancing. >> what is going on, man. >> can you do the thriller dance? that is party know. >> by the way, i have pictures of my granddaughter teddy, fascinated were being an astronaut. send us picture of your kids last night too. >> i can't wait to see. >> cute costume. >> very cute. >> keep putting your pictures up, using #fox 29 good day. >> somebody there glassboro say where did all the of the kid go. they had candy ready to go, house all decorated and they had one kid show up. >> they didn't have that many trick or treaters last night. what will do you with all that candy then. >> bring it down fourth and market. >> we will take care of it. >> at midnight one passenger, this morning, septa went out on strike causing a commuter problem this morning. we are live with more on the services that are shut down but ones that are running, and all of the other options before you get to school and
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work. i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue 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 r wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh.
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"i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!" 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.
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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. a commuter nightmare in philadelphia. >> okay. we are not able to come to an agreement with septa so as of
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12:01 we are on strike. workers hit picket lines overnight leaving thousands of people wondering how to get to work today. we will tell you services impact and your options right the thousand. a big day in court for bill cosby, the key evidence that the judge will be asked to decide on ahead of his june t charges. day of cheap gas in new jersey is now a thing of the past, gas tax increase is now in effect. we will break down how much the cost of the average driver per year and we will have tips how to save money at the pump. can you believe it, one week until election day. americans cast their ballots next tuesday and the race keeps getting closer. donald trump looking to capitalize on e hail troubles as she challenging fbi to find something criminal. >> now they apparently want to look at e-mails of one of my staffers and by all means they should look at them. >> we will go to washington
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for latest on what should be a wild, time week of campaigning. hey, good day, it is "good day philadelphia" is on the air here, november 12,016th and we are staring smack in the face of the septa strike. >> affect ago lot of people this morning. more than 5,000 septa train, bus, and trolley operators are on strike. the announcement came just after midnight when union and septa negotiators could not strike a deal on work hours, pensions and health care. more than 400,000 riders have to find other way to get to work and school. >> so, we have just about everybody on our staff out there, steve's on it, karen, jen, bob, of course. somebody told me that if you ride a bus or a trolley, bob that has the number 90 or lower it is in the running is that right. >> there is no buses running within the city limits. only buses or trolleys that are running would

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