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>> late night negotiations not nub, so we have day three of the septa strike. >> it was lie mayhem. the words is mayhem. where is that light at the end of the septa tunnel. >> grissly finds in south philly, burning body fully engulfed in flames under i76. what police are finding out about the victim. >> local reelection could swing the ball of power in the united states senate. new polls, new numbers, incumbent republican pat toomey in a heated race with democrat pitty mcginty. pat toomey joins us live in the studio. you have yet for him? get on twitter plus did the eagles get it right? let's debate this. josh huff not disciplined by the eagles after his arrest on gun and drug charges, meaning,
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he will keep playing until the vehicles is complete. is that fair? let us know what you think, again, get on twitter, use the hashtag fox 29 huff plays. we debate in a few minutes. >> history is made in cleveland, but not about cleveland. >> the rain brought a toned a drought with the cubs. the cubs complete an end improbable come back in the world series to end their 108 year old championship t look at how most famous fans celebrated the big win. >> by the way, if you're on facebook, i'm facebook living right now, showing you behind the scene. >> hello from south filly? >> hello south philly. had i had better eyes coy read the comment. >> good morning, my friend,
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looking good. >> all right. >> mary ann vaughn joins us. hi, mary ann. >> don't, a lover you mike and alex, love you too, donna. >> see what's going on. >> so i have to behave during the commercial? >> probably good. i want people's opinions how day three of the strike is going, how has it been for you? let us know how it is going, tweet us, because someone actually just tweeted a question for bob. >> okay, we will get to in a in just zach, good day everybody, it is thursday, november the 23rd, 2016. bob, are you ready to pack more questions? >> bring it on. >> this one says are the police still doing line stops during a septa strike? >> what's a line stop? >> i don't know. what's a line stop? >> coming back with the answer to the question next time around. live look i95, one of two accident, southbound 95, only the right lane open here. >> accident north on nine at
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at cottman avenue. so two separate accident causing gridlock on this 95 corridor this morning in the construction zone, stack up already on the schuylkill expressway, into and out of the city. and we are dealing with some fog. somewhere in here i95 delco, live look at route 40 down the shore just outside of vineland, new jersey, so we got some weather conditions goings to play factor in today's commute. the crowded trains are back, the regional rails, watch for the slippery platforms, get your particular nets advance, try for some of the flex hours, 9:30 i think is the target time if you get slack from the boss, try to pick 9:30 as your start time. maybe work from home, but i know the wet letter play a factor today. already has played factor on our roadways this morning, because sue, we've dealt with fog, we've had half dozen accidents on the schuylkill and 95, already. meisha just -- maybe just maybe little rain umbrella?
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>> maybe, put the cherry on the cake, right? good news, one more day of mild temperatures. we are giving you eight out of ten, eight out of ten, because of couple of complications, including the fog out there this morning. motion of the temperatures out the door, bus stop buddy ready for national sands switch day, just in case umbrella where do we have fog? allentown, pottstown, lancaster, philadelphia international airport down to half mile visibility, quarter mile in wilmington, delaware, here is the rain on the way for later on today. about of that happens, high to 78 degrees, with mostly cloudy skies, little bit of sunshine maybe to start, but then afternoon showers, not too many, but they'll be around tonight, down to 50 degrees, winds pick up, gusting to 20 miles an hour, and get ready, mike and alex, for big chill tomorrow. >> warm, almost record breaking. >> i smell rittenhouse square today in our immediate future
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if it is 08 degrees almost. >> oh, wouldn't love to sit in the window in one of the restaurants there and watch as the people go by and enjoy one of the last warm days we may ever feel, at least until next year. >> i would be wearing the cull the and tube top. so, day three of the strike. means more trouble for philadelphia commuters, in the first two days, trains, have been crowded, i mean, really crowded and delayed. and the strike has had a ripple effect on traffic throughout the day, throughout the region. >> thing is last night when was watching fox 29, evening news, they were saying oh, we're close it a deal. congressman bob brady saying this could be it, people are like finally, but then it didn't happen. lauren? >> oops. that's right, so close, so far away, alex. a lot of people thought yesterday close to deal. might not be in day three, but we are here. soso you know who sells here, septa ambassador, septa police trying to make this assisi as possible for everyone, but here is the deal. late yesterday evening, everyone pushed back away from the negotiating table at
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12:15, called it quits. new sticking point in the negotiations, that we had not heard publicly until now, is an issue with cameras, and record times. the union wants recording times limited. well, septa says, they want to be able to review more of the recordings, if they need them, in case of an accident before and after. of course, the talks still surround pensions late working conditions, late last night, septa boards chairman sent out statement calling on the union leadership to negotiate in good fate. the union said not quite ready, late night people for people forced to get around the city without septa. >> get to go me. when i get to the train station i have to go up flea flights of stairs, starting to get to me now. >> oh, i definitely under stands that, i definitely understand that. after working so many years, you de is her after pension. i understand that. it is just that it is the inconvenience, you know,
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crazy. i hope them get a good contract. >> it is necessary. i hope they can come to an agreement. let's negotiate. biggie election coming up. people need to get home in time to vote. that's a big sticking point right there. we need the time to get home and vote. so, that's what i'm hoping, they come to some type after agreement. >> day three, septa lead verse said they will seem injunction, to force workers back on the job for election day if the strike goes into next week. negotiations set to resume at 11:00 see already the morning rush hour still little hectic, big headache for a loft people who mike and alex have had to wake up a lot earlier this week. >> for sure. >> so this changes, this strike changes minute by minute. begs way to keep you covered go,. >> check on social media, tweeting stuff as it is going
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on, checking in with jenn frederick, at broad and spring garden, we saw traffic was yesterday. and comparing how it is this morning on day three. >> she talk to guy who walked agented way from 48th street down to you. he wasn't even done with his walk, jen. >> having more money come out of your pocket inch. >> deed. >> so basically you come in from south jersey on the patco? >> yes. >> how have you been getting up here to your job? >> patco train. >> yes? >> and then i have to get off at walnut and locust and catch cab here. >> how have you been able to catch a cab every time? >> yes, have to get up earlier, two hours earlier. >> oh, do you have to get up earlier? >> yes. >> to make sure you get the cab and all that? >> yes. >> your bosses have they been flexible about work hours? >> so far. you thought this would be over basilica of saints peter and paul now? >> absolutely. >> you need your coffee, your caffeine.
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>> yes. >> thank you so much for talking. right here on the road, obviously we're not on the schuylkill or 95 or even vine st., i think that's where the traffic will be right now, you see people, getting dropped off. i think that people are starting to figure it out. what works for them. getting dropped off because of the septa strike? >> yes. >> how are you doing? >> cost me too much to get to work. need to come to an agreement. we need to get this, get these buses back on the road, because it is an inconvenience. >> back to you in the studio. >> how these people are walking all of these blocks, having to spends mormon. >> i called the f word, frustration. >> and it is understandable. even yesterday walking around, and seeing 995, how backed up it was. >> oh, my god. hopefully skyfox to up show that dramatic picture of the back up. >> that was the evening commute. we noticed it in the morning, so we new the evening would be
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bad. >> we talked to people yesterday, didn't get to work yesterday morning until afternoon. 1:00 in the afternoon. but another story besides this strike. gruesome discovery under bridge way down thereby the sport complex. >> burned body found there. than is along 76 eastbound. and now police want to know how that could happen. >> steve keeley, you see mattress, burned body? >> you wish crime would be the thing that goes on strike in the city but that never happens, right? >> eastbound, with the brake light, in your shot, and westbound coming in to the city from the stadium complex, with the headlights. so, we have this overpass, above there is the ramp leading to 76, the mattress, and the body on fire here, people down there, on the schuylkill, call 911 at 2:30 this morning, now, right next to where we, are see the walt whitman bridge sign, and the ramp where the cars are going
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76 east. now, chris is going to run up here to give you closer look, while he does, let me run the video at 2:30 we shot both the fire department and police department come think routine trash fire because they have a lot of those. put the trash fire out, what they think was trash fire, they see it is a badly fully burned body, on mattress, leaning toward it being a woman's body as we come back to the live hill, see the burn marks, not just on the concrete, and on the walls, but, also, on the overpass evidence that the homeless people live here, and we're going took back to the intersection here, leading to 76, and i've been here plenty of times on stories, panhandlers out here all the time, so people live here. no one around here strangely but doing an autopsy will find out hopefully how the person died and who this person was. >> president obama criticizing
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fbi as agent expand their probe into the hillary clinton e-mail scandal. continue larger investigation into the clinton foundation, she shares with her husband. >> all of this may be causing polls to tighten as we close in on election day. >> fbi investigation g creating campaign, exposing this riff now between the fbi on one side, and the president and the justice department on the other. >> we have to be nice and cool, nice and cool. all right, stay on point, donald, stay on point. >> donald trump reminding himself to stay on message, in florida, never an easy thing for him, rap never more crucial. fbi is digging deep into both hillary clinton's e-mail use, and whether the clinton foundation was pay to play enterprize raise cents possibility of the multiple
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indictment. >> say f.b.i. agent have been at odds with the justice department pushing back against the investigation and enough for the president to offer what sounded like ex tried area rebuke every his own fbi director for pursuing case against clinton. we don't operate on incomplete information, we don't operate on leaks. >> the president has been feverishly campaigning for clinton, in critical swing states. while clinton herself reminding voters of the issues that have hurt trump man having a president who demeans women mocks the disables, insults latinos, african-americans, muslims, pow's. >> national polls meantime showing trump closing in on clinton, although he's still behind in many critical states. >> gotten him from a sure lost to a position where he is on the verge of being competitive again, which is sag lot of us didn't think was in the cards about a week and a half ago.
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>> if you have a question with him, please get on twitter and give us that question. the cubs just won their first world series title since 1908. if i do my math correctly that's 108 years, aling. >> and it was epic match up. >> wrigley gum, matter of fact, why they call it wrigley field, oh, my gosh. the game went to ten innings, and then 17 minute rain delay. much to my shagrin, i wanted to go to bed, but cubs were able to beat the cleveland indians eight to seven, because the indians did score a run in the bottom to make it close, bottom of the tenth, eight to seven. >> so, one voice that will always be associated, synonymous with cubs baseball, is the late harry harry kalas bk in 1991. broadcaster for the cardinals
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for years, and then had affair with august i bush's wife, well, i digress. harry carry. so had to go to another baseball team, therefore ever. so in 1991, he brought it up again. harry foreshadowed what finally would happen last night and here he is, 1991. >> some day the chicago cubs are going to be in the world series. and maybe sooner than we think >> juan the cubs to win. >> cubs win. the agony of defeat. >> ♪ >> beautifully done, guys, beautifully done, producers,
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harry's voice, as if he was there last night he predicted it. >> yes, predict it every year. >> so finally came true. people were saying, what are you saying about the 108 stitches and everything? everyone saying this was in the supposed to happen the way it played out. >> guy on twitter, pj talking about this, welshing through the whole worlds series. >> plus another guy on twitter, too, who predicted this. two years ago, he said he is actually how it would happen. >> happened just like he said. >> back to pj, he says, 108 stitches on the baseball, major league baseball, bob kelly, that foreshadowed 108 year drought ending. stitches have nothing to do with it of course. >> all comes together when you think about it. >> yes.
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>> forget that question you asked me the last time around? >> oh,. >> what's a police line. >> they meant live stops, live stops, not line stops. >> live stops, live symptoms, anything to do with the septa strike? 7:18. live look, northbound, blue route, an accident here at mcdade. we've had ton every accident, more accidents on the roads this morning, than we've had so far this week, and i think that's judge a sign that more folks are using their cars, as we get into day three of this septa strike. and who took us downtown? look at this, no visibility down here in center city. who took the skyline? the ben franklin bridge started to see slow going, all the roads see, give you idea, 400,000 riders looking for alternate means of transportation this morning. for the buses, trolleys, trains. six a thousand riders on the regional rails.
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they're not happy either. they're seeing all of these extra folks, come on to their trains, they got to share their seat. there, went to hot mess couple of month ago when some of their trains were busted. and how about the number of drivers that are impacted? you can't even put number on that. >> jammo on the schuylkill ends to end, two accidents on nine, a one northbound, northbound, at cottman. southbound, at woodhaven. here is a example, 295 headed for the construction zone, watch out for the platforms, slippery, when we get that little mist out, there get your particular nets advance, and ask the boss for some flex hours, and that last line weather is going to play a role, going to bet awe jelly donut, sue, better pay up. >> yes, going have to get awe jelly donut today, i guess, i have to use a coupon or something, because look what's
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happening here. we've got the fog to start this morning. and then, the rain coming later on. so lots of moisture may not be the best hair day, that's philadelphia international airport by the way, as we take a look at our weather this morning. so, we're looking ahead to reelection day, less than week away, it is tuesday of next week. and it looks like we will probably start off in the morning when the polls open with 40's, 50's by lunchtime, probably top off high of 65 degrees, so really does look like decent weather day for reelection day, but now back to today. cold front on the way with rain ahead of it. probably rain in the poconos this morning not until later on this afternoon, do we see it coming in in the future cast, look here, maybe 4:00 in the afternoon, widely scattered showers moving through the area, and as soon as they're through, temperatures are going to plummet, and you'll feel the difference tonight un and tomorrow. so from today's 78 degrees, to tomorrow's 58 degrees, with winds, huge chilly difference,
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and it still is casino every chilly on saturday, cool on sunday, and into the middle of next week. >> doesn't look like we will see the 70s again for awhile, enjoy it. >> must partake and frolic about. >> follow snuck not big frolic err. >> another new study backs this up. how much sleep did you get last night? well, if you didn't get the proper amount, seven and a half to eight hours, you're probably consumed more calories yesterday. study says he can actually how many more calories you'll consume if you don't get enough sleep. >> really? >> oh, yes, putting on weight. >> we do have pole going on this morning, we want your opinion on the josh huff situation. a lot of people weighing in here. do you think the eagles handled it correctly. use the hash to go fox 29 huff
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sits or fox 29 huff plays. make sure to use one of the hashtags for your vote to be count in the our pole. because we're having debate on the show in just a little bit. >> landslide so far. they say he should play against the giants sunday. let's take you live to chicago now. >> camera person there, like adjusting his shot, we just saw a guy holding the big trove owe. no way it was the world series trophy, was it? people with their suitcases in. >> ryan, we believe, this may be at the airport, matter of fact, oh, hair, with the cubs coming back in from cleveland now if that's the case, it could have been one of the players holding world series trophy. you can tell it is chaos here at the airport. yes, there is no question. these are players and cubs personnel. family members coming out to hug them, greet them.
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we have know control of this camera here, butts off to the left here, looks like players going to their cars. >> got to be a bus. >> here is a player, his wife. >> this camera person doesn't realize that we're taking them live from philadelphia. there is the bus, all right, cubs fans, recognize the guy in the cowboy hat? i don't know my cubs that well. sole breath had big game last night. >> do you think they will gay to sleep any time soon? how do you go to sleep? >> not today. where is the drove me? >> oh, there it is. oh, it is beautiful. >> all right, cubs fans, get on twitter. tell me who that is holding it. >> i would be afraid i would drop it, maybe -- >> you're afraid you might do a george cast tan dan is a, and before, that we got to
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>> another good reason to get a good night's sleep, may keep some extra pound off that body of yours. >> european journal of, people who did not get enough sleep ate 385 extra calories per day. and those people also consumed more fat and less protein during the day. >> yes, that's casino every been known for years, an extra study. if you don't get enough sleep, you get hungry. yes. >> because you're awake longer. >> here we go, pat toomey in the building, local election that could swing the balance of power in the united states senate, new polls have come out overnight. we'll show them to senator too many i, get his reaction to that, will we get an answer out of him with five days to go before the presidential election. is he going to vote?
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>> sleep paralysis, so many others. >> she actually wakes up, bob, and says she has a dream that she is kind of frozen, paralyzed and wakes up, and actually is, she can't move her body.
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now, i've had dream like. that will do you ever dream like that, bob? >> i've had that. >> where you are stiff, you can't move at all? >> imagine yourself, you want to move, you want to move and you can't. interesting on that one. 7:31, good morning, thursday, day three of the septa strike. and a live look here, at we've had more accident this morning >> that's a sign that everyone is trying different modes of transportation probably the cars winning in the count. northbound lanes of the blue route 476, accident at mcdade, don't adjust your set. we got fog out here this morning. >> who took downtown fill any can't even see the skyscrapers coming in from south jersey and with the fog, also, bridges the wet roads. ten to 15 minute delays on patco, one of their trains hit a deer, over in south jersey, so that's causing delays. here is your speedometer readings on at and the schuylkill expressway. ten bucks, ten hours, at
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select garages, ppa still offering some slack on the meters, but here is your checklist, crowded trains on the regional rails, get your particular nets advance, try for the flex hours, go ahead, hit the boss one more time with the question. can i come in little late? ya, probably he'll say no again but give it a try. work from home. bottom one right there, i think, is the reason we've seen these accidents werth today will play -- >> rain in the forecast for later this afternoon, bob, we've got people walking instead of taking public transportation. ride being bikes instead of public transportation, could cam kate things, this morning, can you see bus stop buddy? just in case umbrella later on. >> fog in lancaster, philadelphia, at the airport, pottstown, trenton, wrightstown getting sock in, so is wilmington, delaware, and here is the rain as it heads our way, look like headed toward the mountains
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this morning, for the rest of us dry right now, 57 degrees, but not much visibility at the airport, and our sunrise was official at well right now 7:33, this is sunrise time. 78 degrees today chilly ooh degrees tonight, mike anal next. >> 78 degrees almost 80 degrees in philadelphia. some are calling the most important senate race in america, and it is also we know for sure this is fact, most expensive race for senate in us history. >> pat toomey and katie mcginty talking about this race, according to federal election filings, at least, $139 million has been spent by advocacy ruth and the candidate, paid for door-to-door campaigning, with negative television, internet, radio, print ads over the last six months, plays pivot at role in the election, not which party, but also for
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determine hog will be our next president. mcginty pushing toomey to say whether or not he's backing trump. >> he is the only person running for united state senate net entire country not leveled with his constituent. >> i don't think my constituents care that much, how western person will vote, i'm not hyper partisan, who thinks he has to give blind obedience to his party's nominee. katie does, that i don't. >> we all remember senator toomey watching good day. >> we remember that few weeks ago, channel six put on the debate, we were all watching it, there she was pushing you to say whether you are going to volt for donald trump. that's weeks ago. today is today. five days away, are you going to vote for donald trump? >> same dill aim. like a lot of pennsylvanians a lot of americans, i am very disappointed with the choice that we have. i can't vote for villanueva -- hillary clinton,. >> we have the us australian
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ballot. you don't have to tell us, but are you going to vote for him? >> that's the ill determine a. avenue lot of problems with donald trump. i've been very public about my criticism when i disagreed with him, i've said so. on the other handy think he would sign some legislation that would be constructive, if he were to become president, like repeal of obamacare. >> you have only five days left. >> i don't think they've opened the polls yet. >> john case nick ohio said i'll write in john mccain, mitch mcconnell yesterday came out gave somewhat of a tepid endorsement for donald trump. now, it is your turn. >> yes, we'll see. >> can you tell the people whether you'll make this announce. will you ever say who you are you're going to vote for? >> probably will, yes. >> then let's talk about the polls then. this has been such close race. a lot of people have been paying attention to the polls. do you believe in polls? >> i'm very except scale. first you have people with different methodologies, don't
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know how scientifically valid they are. i pretty much dismiss the public polls. >> okay. we're going to show you some of them. >> we'll show you polls know way. >> excellent. >> a the love people have been paying attention. just pup up the monmouth polled. it was tide. now it says mcginty 47% and toomey 44%. >> let's put them up so people can see them. >> franklin and marshall, you've been vocal about this one, mcginty 47 and toomey 35. >> why do you think that one is funny? >> because it is ridiculous. there is nobody seriously believes that the race is that lob sided and you look at their methodology, extremely unprofessional. so it is not anything that people really take seriously. >> even two days ago you said that pole was quote worthless? >> yes. >> because of the methodology? >> yes. >> one more, quinnipiac. >> this one says toomey 49% and mcginty 45. what do you think about this one then? >> again, you know, a week ago through this all day long, hundreds of these polls. >> but it has you winning. still doesn't mean much.
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>> basically a tight race. i think will stay basically tide. we'll finds on reelection day which side wanted more, which side work harder and will determine the outcome. >> you're right, one in four voters still trying to decide who they'll vote for. >> see? i'm not the only one. >> maybe could you sway them? >> i hope they'll vote for me in the senate race. >> all right, here is an out of the blue question, all right? this should be good. are you going to vote for donald trump? >> i'm shocked that you would ask that. >> okay, so, you said in a debate, few weeks ago, that katie mcginty should, you know, take her ads down, because they're false, so let's go through one. it is constantly playing what they call attack add against you. >> toomey stood by him on women's health both trump and toomey would defends planned parenthood. >> oh, will you if you're elected, again, de funds
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planned parenthood. >> so what i've done, what i've said, the monday that i we spend on planned parenthood that provides screaming for women's healthcare should go to other organization that is don't also provide abortions, that's all. shifted that. >> so planned parenthood does some very good things for women, especially, but -- >> it does. it is also america's biggest abortion provider, one of the concensus things we've had on very devisive issue is that we don't use taxpayer money to pay for abortion, so, i support that position, and therefore, i've advocated just to shift that money to other healthcare provider. >> since talking about abortion, back to the same ad, now, where references, saying, come to doctors who who do abortions. here we go. >> abortions? >> has to be some for the of a punishment. >> i suggest we have doctors who perform them. >> stand by, that do you believe -- >> this is completely taken
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out every cone text, context this interview from ten, 12 years ago, was if abortion were illegal, if it had been band, against the law in pennsylvania it, and a doctor repeated them in violation of the law should there be any con consequences or no con consequences in. >> would you like to repeal. >> so the point is if somebody is in violation of the hall, there has to be consequence. >> of course. >> i think roe vs wade was wrongly decided, i don't think the constitution and if it were not, also, settled hall, has been for 40 years, and i get that. but i think it was wrongly decided. >> are you going to vote for donald trump? >> by the way, i appreciate the ads you guys were running here, i would point out one of the big differences between us in the race, i've acknowledged
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that my party has a flawed nominee, i have criticized him repeatedly, and i wrestle as you have heard this morning with where it ends up on there is and i have opponent can't acknowledge that there is a single flaw in what i think is the most badly flawed democratic nominee. >> at least she said she is voting for hillary clinton. >> she can't bring herself to find single thing, the corruption, e ma'am scandal, jeopardizing of american security, all find with katie mcginty. that's because, you know, she was hand picked to be a rubber stamp for the left wing of the democratic party for hillary clinton. and think i what most pennsylvanians want, someone independent. i'm too long criticize my party's nominee when i think he's wrong. you don't see that on the other side. >> real quickly. campaign finance reform, oh, boy, do we need -- $140 million you two have spent. >> yes. >> gone on for two years, maybing into. >> gone on awfully long time. this is why i suggest we do whole series of debates, let's
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do at least five debates, not just one in philly, one in pittsburgh, kent would agree it any more of the two. in a debate you have a chance to do substantive -- >> well, we ask to you come on, she will try to squeeze in visit tomorrow or monday. >> before the elections. >> doesn't have much time. >> but we've reached out multiple times. >> so again, she will probably show up monday. because i don't think her schedule allows her tomorrow. so monday will make headlines on good day. could you trump her by giving us a headline -- >> i'll give you credit for serious persistence. >> a lot of people do want to know. >> much more often than by voters. voters by the hundreds every single day. >> do you feel voters don't want to know who you're voting for when it comes to the presidential election. >> voters want to hear much more what is my position on security issues, what are my positions on economic growth you. >> don't think it matters to
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the people then who you are voting for for president of the united states. >> i don't think they care nearly as much as you guys do. >> all right. >> should donald trump release tax returns? he has five days. >> that's to up him. i mean, if he had released his tax returns, probably would have eliminate add lot of questions. i also this is hillary clinton shouldn't have destroyed 33,000 emails that she should never have had on private server which we know jeopardized american security, by the wait mcginty has her own e-mail scandal, 15,000 she won't release despite court order. >> do you feel this case, really, this determines republican majority, do you feel that weight and how important this is for you? >> it is, it is an important race, probably determines control of the senate. >> not certainly but probably does, whether any check on a president hillary clinton if she becomes president kind of looks like she might, so i dow think it is a big deal. >> you know, some of these polls has donald trump in the lead. maybe it would be good idea to
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endorse him. you know mitch mcconnell endorsed him. >> did he? >> yesterday. >> great. >> you're pat toomey. >> correct. >> thank you so much. >> say hello to your family. >> i want you to -- but is there one thing you're looking forward to doing one this election happens? >> yes, i told you, looking forward to turning on the tv and seeing crest toothpaste clerk. >> instead of the attack ads. >> exactly. >> anything but your face. >> exactly right. >> we might all concur, other than we love you. >> see you after the election. >> good. almost done. >> kate mcginty probably talking with her in the next couple of days. >> either tomorrow or monday.
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7:43. >> philly international at a grounds stop due to the fog. that means all flights destined for philadelphia cannot be parked at the airport until -- depart, so folks delayed getting into philadelphia, will cause domino effect foray rivals and departures throughout the day. looks like that's going to not
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only just happen here, but also up in the new york airports. looking at ten to 15 minute delays on pat cope, one of the trains hit deer this morning, real until rain lies, stand at 30 minute delays because of the weather, the fog and the over-crowding live look at 95, jammo woodhaven into downtown. >> i think a sign that folks are turning to their cars, to get around with this septa strike live look downtown philly, so thick -- how thick is it? like pea soup. the vine st. expressway. >> how thick is it? >> i got you, okay, and here are your speedometer readings for the schuylkill and i95. weather certainly game changer today. sue has it in 15 seconds.
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cold front later this afternoon after we get into the upper 70s today. so, high pressure, which has been our friends, for the past couple of of days, now moving out. when will we get some rain from this cold front? looks like it won't be for us here in philadelphia. look at the future cast, see clouds, maybe little bit of sunshine but the rain, saving it itself until maybe 4:00, 5:00. not whole lot of rain either 78 today, 58 tomorrow, beautiful autumn weekends ahead, lasting into reelection day of next week we will be back with more of good day philadelphia, right after this. does pat toomey speak for you? i also want to thank the nra for it's, uh,
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>> josh huff back at practice for the eagles yesterday, there he is, after being arrested on gun and drug charges on the walt whitman bridge actuals. eagles say huff will play as a legal process plays out. doug pederson says he want to hear the result of complete investigation, before making a decision. >> well, josh huff also weighed in on this yesterday. he indicated why he car ace gun in his car.
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>> i'm from houston. and, i mean, you can't trust a lot of theme houston. always somebody out to get you. >> i'm professional athlete. i mean, what professional athlete doesn't have a gun? i have a wife and son at home. my job to protect them at all costs, my job to protect myself as well. >> that's whort another issue we can debate. do all professional athlete need to car a gun? weighing in on this with little pole we put together. somehow josh play against the giants sunday? by a landslide, you believe, the good day philadelphia viewers believe, he should play. >> 82%, they say, that huff play. we really want to know, do the eagles do make the right call here, because whether you feel like you should play or sit, a lot of people feel passionately about this. >> knees two dudes here have differing opinions about there is dave, welcome back to the show. >> hey. >> and aton sander. we start with you, should he or should he not play. >> absolutely play.
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set a precedent already for non-violent gun problems, you know, already, from doug pederson fletcher cox, other people, they own wept, they own firearms. this is something that is not aggregious crime like a josh brown, for example. there has been precedent in this lockerroom where the legal pros less play out. let's remember, arrest does not automatically mean guilt as well. >> even with the hollow points mound. >> i'm not defending what happened with josh huff. and he clearly made mistake. 's victim of his own student i had at this. at the same time, we now have legal process works out in this country. we know that just because you're arrested does not mean that you're guilty once the process plays out. so, to put him on ice, this weekend; unfair to him, and unfair to the process. now he may be guilty at that point we say suspension needs to come down. >> this is the fifth off field
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incident so far with this philadelphia eagle team, two with nigel, one with nelson at the gentleman's club, lane johnson an off the field incident with the ped problem. and this is number five with josh huff. eventually, doug pederson has to set a standard there is isn't acceptable, and the only way that they're going to be able to do that is by punishing josh huff not key player on the philadelphia eagles, he's not one of their main wide receivers, he is a good special teams player, but easily replaceable. >> i will tell this, why our viewers wanted to may i think because of this very play. the kick off return. >> and canyon barner and wendell smallwood and other players can easily fill in and do something that is just as good if not better. >> smallwood, no, please aton? >> a lot of people who don't want josh huff to be out there because of his abilities, or lack thereof. and dave mentioned it, let's be fair, if this were the best player on the team right now, there would be 99% he needs to play sunday.
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>> absolutely agreed. >> but you can't pick and choose just because there is somebody not that good versus somebody is that good. not consistent, sending to the lockerroom, that you want sent. unfortunately, as much as we all may agree, that what josh huff did was wrong, dave, we can't now choose this minor crime because there was non-violent crime to now set a precedent f this were something like domestic violence, something physical, assault, i'm one becomes if you wasn't. >> dave, says grew up in texas, okay to car a gun in texas, okay to carry a gun? >> and always keeps it with him. >> drift over into new jersey. >> more than just caring a gun, yes, you know what? he could easily be able to car a gun here if he gets the permit to car a gun here. that's what he needs to do. bad that he didn't get that permit to car a gun legally in new jersey, pennsylvania, delaware, anywhere in our tri-state area. goes beyond the gun issue there. was marijuana in the vehicle. marijuana against the substance abuse policy, also the hollow point bullet.
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the tinted windows against the law, and he was speeding on the ben franklin bridge for a reason that he said yesterday was to get home to his pregnant wife. i mean, at 11:00 in the morning, and look, i'm not saying that he's not telling the truth, but also, i mean, to speed, i think it was 18 miles over the speed limit, something like, that to get home to the pregnant wife isn't the best excuse in my opinion. >> hey, tom, close it out? >> majority of the people weighing in on your pool do 18 over the speed limit every single day. >> that's the reason they want him to play. >> thanks, guys. >> you will be playing sunday against the giants up in the meadowlands. so we've got an eagle on the wall. >> walt whitman bridge. >> we've got a sixer on the ben franklin franklin speeding. >> some people say this they should, athletes in philly, should avoid bridges here. >> two more to go. we need the flyers and the phillies then. so flyers, phillies, you have the betsy ross still available. you have the comedy barry, you can go for the platt if you
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want. >> the talcony palmyra? >> that would be good. okay, step it up. thanks, guys. 7:57. sleep paralysis, ever heard of it? >> well, what is it? what can you do? the terrifying problem that caused a very big health scare, for kendall jenner. this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming 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.
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>> for frustrated commuters scramble for a ride. >> day three, is there an ends in site? >> live changing diagnosis, at 26 years old. >> lung cancer and doesn't even smoke, local woman's ten year fight,.
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>> hole on! >> 80:00 it, grab a coffee. before you get to the end of the block, there live look, what the roadways are looking like, the schuylkill expressway westbound, jammo, from pretty much center city all the way out through conshohocken. today is definitely a day, the more folks are using the car, to get around the septa strike, and also, we've had more accidents this morning, than the last three days combined. here's a live look at the ben franklin bridge. don't adjust your set. we have the fog, kind of taking out the skyline. and we're barely moving up and over into downtown. the fog is also causing a ground stop at philadelphia international airport. which basically means, any
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flights not permit today depart the other airports, destin for philadelphia during this grounds stop. that's going to cause a domino delay at philly and other airports around the country the rest of the day, all of the regional rail lines running with 30 minute delays across the board ten to 15 minute on patco, we were doing good the past couple of days, but septa patco, even on the roadways, now, having rough go. here is your speedometer readings across the board, all of the make force gridlock, and your thursday checklist, deal with the crowded trains, platforms again today. get your particular nets advance. try for those flex hours. maybe work from home, but that last one, there is the game changer. and for that, here's sue serio. >> rain moving through, eight out of ten is your weather number today, areas of fog as we said with bus stop buddy. can you see him? behind all of that fog?
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>> for your other hand make sure to have the rain gear nearby. sock in with fog in pottstown, trenton, philly international as you just heard about the ground stop, lancaster last a lot of fog, so does allentown. wilmington, delaware, even atlantic city. so getting more widespread, even after sunrise, so little rain headed toward the poconos mountains at philadelphia international airport, it is 57 degrees. with all of the fog. mild start to the morning, don't get used to it, this would be high temperature tomorrow, will feel colder than that because of the win. seventy-eight, the high today close to the records of 80 set in 1990, 50 degrees, with the winds picking up tonight, gusting up to 20 miles an hour. chilly change. >> thank you much, sue serio. 8: 04, pensions, work safety, now surveillance cameras, three big sticking points in the negotiations between septa and the union. >> we thought we were close to
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a deal last night. in fact, congress and bob braid have i been talking about it, people kind of excited but we wake to up finds that the strike continues. lauren? >> it means we enter day three of the septa strike, and it is to has been pretty inconvenience for a lot of people who showed up here at the fernrock station told us septa seems to be little frustrated at the pace of the progress, board chairman saying in a statement, the strike should be an option of last resort. he goes ton say too much is at steak, for either fully engage the process. for the first time hearing specifics about the deal for the union, for one, the transit agency is offering to remove the compensation cap, and enhance the pension benefit of 8%, after wage increases in the proposal the annual salary would increase from $68,500 to 76,000, during the course of five years. many people we spoke with
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hearsay they completely understand what the union is asking for. but this is just bad timing. >> yes, they have every right, i mean, everybody want their pay, you know, fair benefits. just inconvenience not going to work early, going late, so i'm late every day to work when i used to get to work at 5:40, now get to go work at 6:20, so i'm leaving work later. so it is starting to get to me. i work for the city so we can play. so i do my seven and a half i can get out. that's why i try to get in earl ann get out by 3:00. >> but you're exhaust in the. >> yes, i am so tired. i'll be glad whether this is over. >> i think that's the message i've heard from so many people out here. i'm so tired. i'm so exhausted, i'm so frustrated, but guess what, guys? hopefully since so close to
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reaching a deal yesterday, everyone today, friday, will be back to normal for everybody, let's hope. >> let's hope so. another reason people are feeling tired, recent episode of keeping up with the kardashians, we come back here kendel jenner, suffers from keeping her from long trips, having sleeping. >> she suffers from something called sleep paralysis. >> i can't travel that much. i'm like scared. i'm freaking out. because of this paralysis thing. scared to fall asleep because it keeps happening to me. >> almost like, almost like my heart stops. >> sleep paralysis very real thing, there are some things you can do to prevent and control it, so, joining thus morning, is carl, medical director of the jefferson sleep disorder center good morning. >> now, alex and i were talking about this yesterday.
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we have dreams sometimes where you can't move. you try to fight off that feeling in a dream. but once we wake up, we can't move our bodies around. she said she wakes up her body doesn't move. >> yes, experience every suddenly finding yourself unable to move your body. and that lasts, even after you wake up. >> how long? >> it can last sometime a few second, but, unfortunate thing, can last as long as 15, 20 minutes. as you can imagine, it can be very scary. >> well yes. think you can never move again. >> exactly. >> what can you do then to prevent it? >> the triggers sleep paralysis, sleep deprivation, not enough sleep, or irregular sleep habit, coming in for septa strike. so getting more sleep avoiding triggers of sleep disruption, can help sleep paralysis. >> what exactly is it? when the one part of sleep, rem sleep, the stage of sleep during which we dream,
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persists into -- so imagine that your body is waking up, it is interesting phenomenon, the dream part of your brain is still going on. while the waking part of your brain is actually -- >> a dream? >> of course it happens during a dream, rem sleep, but typically triggered by things that disrupt rem sleep. so things that disturb rem make it happen, so if you don't get enough sleep, your body has intense desire to rebound it rem sleep, to get more rem sleep. so even though waking up rem is till going on, your body needs the rem sleep. >> sounds like a cramp? >> in a way. >> body cram snap. >> cramming up. >> yes. >> is this something that's hereditary, or just because you haven't had a lot of sleep you can develop it? >> so it can happen to anybody
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with sleep deprivation, irregular sleep habit or ingestion of substances like alcohol or caffeine. >> in some people it represent medical disorder. like sleep apnea, a very come none these disorders. where something a little -- >> so if somebody was with kendall here, somebody in our family going through this, ten minutes in, what can i do to get them out of it? >> so if you simply touch somebody lightly, you can avoid the episode. or gently, speak to them, it can help them. but it is important, to let them know, this is not -- this is not a medically -- this is not a dangerous dis toward have. in other words, it is an episode which will go away by itself eventually, not stroke. not a seizure. >> people are extraordinarily scared. i've had people come in complaining they've been avoiding going to bed for hours and hours, in fear of having one of these episodes. >> we heard kendel say that just talking about it, but of
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course not just kendel jenner, how many do youy? >> 10% of people have had at least one sleep paralysis episode in their live time student and younger people have it much more frequently becomes 25% of college students have sleep paralysis. >> up studying and pulling all niler? >> absolutely. >> good to see you. >> we'll have you back for good. >> ever heard of sleep coaches? >> absolutely. >> never heard of it? all right. >> good to have you here. >> thank you. >> going too far? safe driving lesson at one high school, facing criticism. criticism. heart breaking trick the school actually played on the student to make a point. they said four of their students were dead. >> but first a live changing diagnosis, at 26 years old.
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after a cough, chest pain, this woman doesn't even smoke, local woman's ten year fight, how you help by lacing up the running shoes. 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.
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this is a fight we can't afford to lose. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of r wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!"
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this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter... i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming 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.
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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. >> ten to 15% of patient never smoke a day in their life and this is one of them. >> when liz was 26, she had chest pain, and couldn't seem to shake her cough. >> the after i had skier seemed to tire easily, so she went to her doctor. a chest x-ray revealed a mass, she had lung cancer doctors re
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removed part of her lung, her cancer has come back twice. now it has met that is size today her brain, still, she keeps fighting, and keeps blogging. on the tenth anniversary of her diagnosis, she wrote, quote, there is nothing absurd about the knowledge has gained and the person i've become over the past ten years. i would like to have gained appreciation for some of these things through means less physically and mentally brought al, bye i'm grateful nonetheless. >> but look, so the diagnosis, alex, said ten years ago? >> yes, ten years ago. >> what did you go in for? >> i had a really persistent cough. and i was worried about it, i was tired, and i really didn't like doctors at the time. but i was worried enough to go see my family doctor. >> lung cancer, it must have shock you.
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>> yes. my dad was actually the one to tell me, which might have been the worse part, waking up from surgery. but by that point, we had kind of assumed that that was what it was going to be. >> what did your dad tell you? >> just because the surgeon told my parents, and then my parents, as i was waking up, toll me. >> i'm sure this was one of your first thoughts, because a love of people assume lung cancer, oh, buffer i don't smoke. >> yes. i haven't spent a lot of time wondering why i have it. bye absolutely a lot of people who never smoke are diagnosed with it, every year. >> and so you said isn't that one of the first questions you hear, when people -- when you tell them i have lung cancer? >> absolutely the first question typically not how are you doing, it is oh, did you smoke? >> well, we will never ask it again. >> thank you.
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>> so doctor, how comes somebody doesn't smoke and get lung cancer? i guess we new what lung cancer, what caused it, would have a cure for it by now? >> right. i think there are different kinds of lung cancer, majority are caused by smoking or other environmental hazards. but there are lung cans their just seem to develop out of no exposure at all. yes, we don't know why never smokers get lung cancer probably the same reasons a lot of people get other cancers they don't know, like leukemia, lung cancer, isn't always a reason. sometimes just bad luck. >> but even whether it comes to liz, at 26, come on to get it here, at that age? do you have it? >> no, very uncommon, the particular type of lung cancer liz has actually tends to strike young never smoker. >> is that right? >> yes. >> then it spreads to any part of the body? >> yes, it k majority of lung cancer are unfortunately diagnosed after they've already spread. >> spread to your brain, so you've been living with this for ten years? >> yes. >> where are you snow. >> i just had really nice
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looking set of scants at the beginning of october. couple of spots in my brain that we have been watching have rye solved. and my chest is clear. so i'm enrolled in a clinical trial. taking medicine every evening. >> so the prognosis is good? >> she is doing great. >> yes, but not in remission. we can't say that? >> you could call it remission if you wanted to, but we do expect that at some point the cancer going to progress, that's why it is very important that we continue new research, into what we should do next. >> that takes money. >> it does. >> and that's why it is important to have events like this weekend. to aid in the fight against lung cancer, right? >> yes. >> very important. >> money raised goes to veer every for cure for lung
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cancer? liz, let's mourn about you after we go to break. where do you sniff. >> i live in west chester. >> yes, do you have family? >> family nearby, my brother lives in pottstown with his wife and completely awesome three year old son, my nephew, ben. >> and you're on zested when him? >> i absolutely a door him, yes. >> we can tell. >> he's hilarious. >> we are rooting for you. see you at the walk. >> thank you. >> again, that's this sunday, we'll have the information on our website all right, let's stay in the medical field because we have another doctor on the show. we told but this woman yesterday. she's fit, a personal trainer. she had a difficult time with her pregnancy. she says because her abs were so tight, she had a hard time delivering a child. we've got this thing. what would abs have to do with the delivery after baby? so what did we do? we called an ob/gyn. and that doctor is in the house. >> but first, ann hathaway takes the campaign trail to
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philly. how she surprised one local student with a thought and you just have to see his reaction. >> ann hathaway in philly? i love her.
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when government bureaucrats refused to approve a cancer vaccine equally for both girls and boys, i stepped in to change that rule. when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message.
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>> investigating church fire as hate crime. hopewell baptist church, an african-american church, in greenville, was burned and vandalized. >> somebody spray painted this: vote trump on the side of the billing. fortunately there was nobody inside. >> help the parishioners there. >> a church. >> oh, let's lever the churches alone, folks. >> for the first time since the national convention, melania trump coming to town, will give speech in front of her crowd to support her husband today big, first big speech she's done since her republican national convention
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>> health a sends in berwyn, will be speak being what trump administration would be like for american women, children, families. doors open at 12:00 p.m. registration is now closed. but of course we will be covering that all day for you on fox 29. >> so if you want to see it, straight up noon o'clock as they say, 8: 25,. >> do you think they'll be checking her speech this time? >> up and down and backward and sideways, and making sure none of michelle obama's words are in there. >> none of them. >> checking ought of the ti's, whatever. well, meanwhile, alex holley, more star power, this time, for hillary clinton campaign. north philly. >> so here is the video from the fox 29 viewer. they used fresco of course. you see ann hathaway there, something for the democratic nominee, rallied un theus as i can group of student at temple university yesterday, telling them quote time to shatter the glass ceiling, while there, made a student's dream come true on temple call pus, she
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sang happy birthday to one lucky fan you have to see his reaction, it is perfect. >> s that so funny? you know what it reminds me of? what people do when they see you, mike, start crying, freaking out. >> crying, freaking out, and running. a lot of running involved, tripping, falling. >> running, far, far away. >> exactly. >> had to have been a cool moment. >> that's really nice. more stars are expected to campaign for clinton this week. including, stevie wonder. >> oh, dakota. >> steeves in filly? >> that's not stevie. remember when he was an e-a-g-l-e-s snell. >> this is whole another event i want to tell but. it is coming up. alex and i get to host it year from shoulder paths to suits, third annual touchdown. >> we love doing this event every single year. how you can help some eagles
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players with a worthy cause, and tell you more about this great event. i spent 22 years in the air force, and i was a republican for every one of them. i was rationalizing donald trump's behaviors until... i heard that tape, that was the last straw. i don't want my granddaughter thinking it's okay to be... treated that way, and my grandson growing up thinking... that's how you should treat women. that scares me, that scares me a lot. so hillary's got my vote. we don't see eye to eye on everything, but she's strong, and i respect her. and she's someone that my grandkids can respect too.
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and i approve this message. in pennsylvania, a packet of heroin can be cheaper than a six-pack of beer and prescription painkillers are too easy to get. as the head of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i've helped local communities fund drug treatment programs to save our kids. i'm josh shapiro, and as attorney general, i'll crack down on the drug dealers and stop the overprescribing of opioid painkillers. i'm proud to be endorsed by law enforcement organizations representing 14,000 police officers. this is a fight we can't afford to lose.
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three days after halloween, christmas music, are we out of line? i've seen it on the radio, seen tv networks running christmas music, i go through different department stores, christmas music is playing, christmas decorations are up. so here is the question. use the hashtag fox 29 too soon or fox 29 right on time. >> the question? >> the question is is it too
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early for all this christmas stuff. >> some people wait until christmas night. >> some of our producer, tom louden, loving christmas. >> it is a great holiday. i love eat. >> true. >> check this out. sandwich here in philadelphia, getting not only a lot of attention, all of the attention from bone appetite magazine. let me tell this, it was named the best sandwich in america. >> it is a breakfast sandwich. >> live look i95 northbound cottman avenue. had the earlier accident. now making repairs to the concrete barrier so only far right lane open there at cottman avenue. here is a live look at the benny stack and pack, hey, who
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took downtown? fog is thick, of course, fog causing damp coating on the roadway, ground stop at philadelphia international airport. all flights destined to philadelphia, can't leave the airport because of the following in -- fog in our town. there is your speedometer readings, gridlock today. we have the most people using cars to avoid the septa strike. get your particular nets advance. go ahead, ask the boss. one more time for that flex hour. 9:30, i think, would be good time. maybe work from home. but i showed you weather certainly playing a role today with all of the details, sue coming up in 15 seconds.
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>> so what you need to know before you leave today. fog out there in morning, that's your weather issue, temperatures in the 40's, 50's, see bus stop buddy, he has his umbrella just heard about national sandwitch day, already pack his lunch. fog is really thick in lancaster, in philly, at the airport. pottstown, millville, atlantic city, wilmington, delaware, yes, all in advance of the cold front that's going to come through with rain, most hit both hit until after 4:00, 5:00 in the afternoon, at least mild temperatures today, 78 degrees hi, mostly cloudy skies, and those showers moving in late in the day. once out every here, temperatures drop a lot. notice difference later tonight. mike anal next. >> okay, i think i will ' wear a tuxedo sue this event we're doing, alex and i, we get to host the thirds annual fashion touchdown event, next monday night, at the ballroom at the ben.
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boy they've re-done that, looks beautiful. >> we were there one of the first ones, because we love what it does for bringing brothers, big sisters, in the region. so joining us to talk more about the event, former eagles player todd herman, and marcus allen from big brother, big sisters. >> by the way i just mentioned the ballroom at the ben. it was that was over at ninth and chestnut. still ticket available in. >> vary. people want to find out, they can go to get more information. >> one of the best event the year. >> listen, we were only expect being 500 people. already above 700. >> really? >> so it is a hot ticket. >> this is good. because we have big goal this year. trying to raise how much? >> trying to raise $200,000. and more importantly than that, $200,000 to help to support over 90 kids,. >> yes. >> why are you involved? >> such a great cause, great foundation, big brothers, big sisters, so important for kids throughout to have moan tore
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growing up. >> so many kids out there don't have somebody to teach them the roams, going through life, every day things you need to learn. >> one of the favorite organizations because it changes lives, big brothers, big sisters. no question. >> you know, many people don't know we've been here a hundred years, right? we've kinds of flown under the radar for a hundred years, we decided we want to serve more kids, want to serve them better and event like this allow us to create more visibility, allow us to get more resources. >> and make it big, absolutely. >> make it big. >> so alex and i after the last two years, that, that was y event. >> so fashion show, so you get to see eagles players all dressed up. >> they ditch the jerseys, right? look at this. they walk down, the catwalk. so who all is coming, todd? >> as far as i know i believe brent celek.
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>> car win barwin? >> connor, weaver 13 eagles i think altogether. >> thirteen. and wives and girlfriends? >> and one ex-eagle. >> still a philadelphian, and i think will be the rest of our lives. >> why is that? >> just a sit that i grew on me, and i really appreciate the type of people that live here, and just the passion that flows through. >> does your wife want to stay? >> my wife is actually from jersey. so this is a better bargain for her than michigan. >> what do you think coming home? >> i think doing good. this last one was a heart breaker for sure against the cowboys. not even halfway over the season. a lot more promise than a lot of people expected. >> oh, yes. >> true. went wagon? >> i'm, wentz. >> speaking of your wife, is she going to be there? >> she is. >> will be modeling. >> she's here right now modding. >> actually is here right now. >> let's take a look at her. >> of course nicole miller,
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fashions here, nicole miller. >> would you like to describe it, al next you wear dresses and i only wear them once in a while. >> you know, not real a big -- i'm learning more about fashion, not really looking to fashion. >> that's nicole miller? >> it is nicole miller. >> right? >> little brake dress, always have to have that. >> little shear on the shoulders, on the little knee area there, i guess? >> way to go todd, you want to be the emcee? >> no, i only feel comfortable describing my wife. >> that works. >> look at her knees. >> oh, we don't have time for the university of missouri. >> no, no, no. >> what? >> hillary daniel is here. >> this is our next model we'll show. hillary daniel, special to me because she is a mazoo tiger. only since hillary what since graduation? >> long time. >> it's been a long time. she looks good. >> chase daniels. >> oh, one the quarterbacks. really? >> don't take it personal.
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i see also wearing nicole miller, i love there is specially going outside have the skirt doctor. >> full shot in the fashion segment? would that be possible? >> but i really love the red. it makes it pop. >> ya, that's good. >> so see you monday night, flight. >> yep. >> over at ballroom at the ben. ninth and chestnut. >> said have bells on. >> bells on. okay. >> of course see a lot more fashion, remember, trying to raise $200,000, it is going to good cause, all about mentorship. >> absolutely, again, darwin, nicole miller will be showing her new fall line up. so this is -- these are clothes that people have never seen, so we're real excited about what she will do. actually cure rating the show for us. >> best darwin bomb, best legal team in america, right? wouldn't you say? they real dow a lot for the community, wand to commends them. always out there in the forefront of charity events. >> actually this is one of their ideas, we had sat down, they started talking, also help you guys serve more kids. >> this show came out of that.
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>> national sandwich day, it is one of the top ten sandwiches to try. >> we're in fishtown, look at it, philly style bagels, half the break, we'll check it out.
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>> blue mountain in the poconos, of course, what i meant, the colds front that's going to come through little later on. warmer air, more humid air, got a lot of fog out there. millville, wilmington, lancaster, only mile visibility at philadelphia international airport. it is bad pottstown, trenton as well. probably over the next hour or so, 57 degrees, in philadelphia, and 70, to start the day in wilmington, real warm spot, there, but most of russ in the 50's, and average high 61 degrees, and yesterday, we managed 70 degrees, and today, we're going to 78, but it will be big difference tomorrow, with the win, and the chill, and 58 degrees, our high, lovely weekend, when we change the time on saturday night, and
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looking ahead to reelection day on tuesday, alec, mike, the weather is not going to stop anybody from going to the polls, can't use that as excuse. >> good thing, sue. >> from what we've heard, you know, specially reading magazine? >> quite often. >> i never red an article, but i see the pictures. >> i'll change that now. the best sandwich one of the best sandwiches in america right here, but number one sandwich. >> in the home of the cheese steak, your sandwich is the best. how are you feeling about that? >> great, you know, to be recognized for with a we're trying to do. >> all right, so let's talk
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about where we r if he fail i -- philly style bagels, you said bon appetit found out about you guys couple of years ago before this designation because they hung out in philly for 32 hours, they fawn you there first. >> right. >> they came here, and because they are a big fan of joe padilla, we got to meet them over there. >> people wait in line here. and the funny thing about this september, we wouldn't call you and set this up yesterday. there is no phone here. explain why there is no phone. >> we started when more people, couldn't manage it, don't have a person to promote that, so small, young. >> and busy, cranking it out? >> and we're busy working and we don't want to be tide to the phone. >> let's lock at this sandwich. you hold the microphone. so explain to the people, first of all, what is in this sandwich? chest it out. it looks amaze to go me. what's in there?
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>> so the sandwitch scallion cream cheese. >> yes? >> on an everything bagel, with lox, tomato, cucumber, red onion. >> open up your oven over there. tell people why you think this is the number one? you say because fresh ingredients? >> yes. >> actually we use pizza oven. salt beg else are going n down here everything, cinnamin raisin, sesame, more everything. >> let me tell you something. >> i'm a lox fan, on my 21st birthday, this is what i asked for there is in the morning, this at night. so i ledge it a.m. a fan. it is the bets one i've ever had. >> bagel rid you can justly good because it is an everything bagel that doesn't like go ugh. sometimes everything bagel too much, too salty, too garlic y, everything. this is everything that you
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need. >> one of the things that you is unique about our everything bagels we actually put yellow mustard seeds on it and red pepper flakes. >> well, we have our own thing, we use yellow mustard, red pepper flake. in addition to all of the usual suspect. >> mr. jerrick, alex, standard ingredients. >> yes? >> and the paying else, there is beer in the paying snell. >> beer in the watt their we boil the bagels in. we use yard's ipa, brewery around the corner, i'm sure you know them. love them. use them if the beginning. one of our favorite breweries in the city, that's why we use them. >> mouth is watering, watering. >> let me tell you something, the clown, come here, photographers, jared, re refuses to eat breakfast fish, he is missing out.
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so if you like lox, this is what you want. he won't even try it. >> we want to try it. >> in fact, it is fcc requirement on a morning show, do you have say to the reporter, who is doing food segment, make sure you bring some back to the studio, or they'll say hey. i'll bring some back to the studio. >> are you making fun of me? >> yes. >> that's okay, because once she brings it back, you'll ask for some. >> nope. >> yep. >> nope. >> and let me say if jenn fred doesn't bring that back, i'll hurt her. >> i'll hurt her. >> it is not a good thing to say. >> okay. but say it anyway. >> seriously. >> beyonce, we got your rihanna, and it is rihanna, katy perry, they all make a
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>> north on 95 jammed up from bridge street all the way up through cottman avenue. there was earlier accident that knocked this concrete barrier out of wack. so they're out there, make that repair, again, south on 95, jam into the city. what city? we're sock in with fog. you can't even see the city skyline this morning. here is a live look, downtown philly. again, it missed depending upon the lights turn red or green here on the vine street expressway. philly international still in a ground stop, because of the fog. and all of the regional rails
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>> a lot of people were surprised, beyonce is performing at the 15th anniversary of the cma's. >> what? what? going country? >> i was oh, beyonce is coming. >> what? >> the country music awards you. >> sure you good right? >> ya. >> and the dicky checks. >> i couldn't understand that, she is at the cma's, did that really happen? it really happened.
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>> beyonce fans know on lemonade she does have country song, called daddy's lessons. >> i like poppa gun. >> my voice. maybe, i don't know. >> going through the change? >> puberty or something? >> only here on "good day" philadelphia. good day philadelphia, november the third, 2016. the lovely karen hepp, karen lou ann hepp. >> is that your middle name? >> i'm little country. how about that? >> i like it, lou ann. >> speaking of beyonce, makes the list of the highest paid women in music along with rihanna and katy perry. but, there are three women who make more money in music than those through, of course, taylor swift. i mean, we all know that one. but who are the other two? surprised. >> really? >> and alex, update on story yesterday. >> yes. >> because we talked about this fit mom, what difficult time giving birth. so many questions.


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