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suffer. not going tighter. it's too important to get people who can't get any other rides, can't afford ubers and the lyfts and got to get medical appointments report roar regarding tuesday's leck the union isn't buying talk the strike continues some voters won't be able to get to the polls. >> i don't think it will interfere with turnout. i think that people who are -- who are going to come out to vote will come out to vote. and the campaigns are going to do everything in their power to make it possible for people to get there. >> reporter: now, earlier this evening, we did run into congressman bob brady who is kind of just hanging out in the lobby waiting for both sides to arrive. he eventually left here. he has been influential in past talks trying to get the sides to strike a deal. he tells us that he is hearing good progress is being made but when we say that, wily note in the past both sides have told thus over the past few days and yet there is still no deal. dawn? >> all right, frustrate for sure. thank you brad. our coverage of the septa strike continues on we'll post the very latest
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updates on our home page. follow us on social media and sign up for breaking news aler alerts. the man who says he was sexually abused by jerry sandusky in a penn state shower 15 years ago is sticking by his story. sandusky's lawyer challenged the accuser during an appeal hearing in bellefont today. confronting him with a 2011 statement in which he told police he hadn't been bruised. the man later changed his story and won a civil settlement against penn state. today was the first time he testified in the case. sandusky was convicted on charges of abusing 10 boys. today's testimony is part of sandusky's fight to have his conviction overturned. on your radar tonight, things are getting a little more seasonal. let's check in with meteorologist scott williams for look at tonight and of course the ever important weekend forecast. scott. >> all that important weekend. it will continue to romaine pretty seasonal. typical for this time of year. but look at the temperatures right now across the area. already dipping into the 30s in the poconos.
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we have a chilly 37 right now in millville. hanging on to 52 degrees right now in philadelphia after a high today of 62. it's dry, it's quiet. look at ultimate doppler. high pressure that is going to be in full control for the entire weekend. so a lot of sunshine. cold overnights and then seasonal highs. look at the overnight low temperatures expected outside of the city. we're looking at 36 pottstown. 36 in allentown. 35 in wrightstown and temperatures in atlantic city in the 30s. so for your saturday, a chilly start. temperatures tomorrow around 61. comincoming up we'll talk aboutt entire weekend forecast plus what to expect as we head toward election day next tuesday. back to you. >> all right, thanks, scott. now on to a developing story in new york city. the city is in mourning after police say a home invasion suspect killed one of its officers and injured another. sergeant paul tull lose so was a 19 year veteran of the force and a father of two children. the other victim emmanuel quo in
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stable killings the suspect was shot and killed by police. he's been identified as 35-year-old manuel rosalis. three people are in the hospital tonight after an afternoon of terror on a new jersey college campus. officials at rutgers business school in piscataway say a former student went on stabbing rampage. about 2:30 in the afternoon the suspect stabbed two people before police took that person into custody. tonight doctors are still treating the two victims as well as the suspect. rutgers officials are not saying right now just how serious the injuries are. two brothers are behind bars in lumberton facing murder charges. police say investigators were looking for missing person who lived with christopher and brian costello. authorities say they found the body of that missing person justin dubois buried in the backyard. police say they're not clear of motive tonight, what was that killing. both brothers are being held on half million dollars bail tonight. developing now, a jury
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reaches a verdict in the bridge gate trial, both defendants guilty on all charges. bridget kelly and bill baroni are convicted of creating traffic jams at the george washington bridge back in 2013. now prosecutors say it was all for political retaliation. both defendants testified they believed the lane closures were part of a traffic study. that of course contradicted governor chris christie's statements about when and what he knew about the gridlock. he was never charged. both kelly and baroni deny any involvement. prosecutors feel otherwise. >> i am innocent of these charges and i am very, very looking forward to this appeal. >> i am enormously proud of the work that my office the fbi and the inspector general did on this case. >> this decision comes in the seventh week of the trial and after a full week of jury deliberations. both defendants say they plan on appealing. sentencing right now is set for february. coming up next a local woman
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was worried her building's maintenance man was doing more than fixing things in her apartment. how she caught him red handed. plus behind bars to building bridges. we want to introduce you to an amazing local man who is hitting the streets to show young men and police officers that they have more in common than not.
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>> only four days until you decide who will be the next president of the united states. the candidates aren't wasting any time in the final countdown to november 8th hitting all the key swing states. >> includes visits to both pennsylvania by donald trump and hillary clinton. they also sent heavy hitters to do some stumping for them.
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president obama took to the stage tonight for hillary clinton. the commander in chief campaigned for the democratic nominee in both fayetteville and charlotte, north carolina. tar heel state remains a true toss up. a real clear politics poll average shows virtual tie between clinton and trump there. former arkansas governor mike muck today bee revved up the crowd for drum top into lafayette hill at the whitemarsh country club. all part of the get out and vote bus tour. actor john voight was supposed to take to the stage but apparently did not make it. of course, the presidential nominees spoke for themselves today and they both are eyeing up the keystone state. hillary clinton focused on the western part of pennsylvania holding a rally in pittsburgh today. donald trump was in hershey tonight speaking to a crowd at the giants center. had a message for folks who drive the local roads. >> my infrastructure plan will provide help for projects like -- did you ever hear of a
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place called the pennsylvania turnpike? [ applause ] >> needs some help. needs some work. we spend all these trillions over the place. we can't fix our potholes on the pennsylvania turnpike or anywhere else. >> this is one of those make or break moments for the united states. it is in your hands, and when your kids and your grandkids ask what did you in 2016, when everything was on the line, i hope you'll be able to say, i voted for a better, stronger, fairer m america. >> brand new fox news poll puts trump behind clinton by two points in a four-way race that includes gary johnson and jill stein. happening now, fallout from a shocking discovery. a man who is supposed to be trusted to fix problems in people's apartments, well, he ends up in trouble with the law. it turns out police say a maintenance worker at a building in german to you was actually stealing while he was on the j
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job. jennifer joyce has theicious story. philadelphia police say sneaky burglar wearing gloves shining a flashlight and creeping around this apartment unit at cloverly lee park apartments in germantown was actually the building potions maintenance man. detectives confirm christopher taylor of bensalem turned hisself in to police yesterday on multiple charges relate to do theft and burglary. >> i wasn't losing my right. >> gina helped police solve this crime. surveillance footage came from her unit. she installed a hidden camera in july after she noticed medication was missing. this week she helped crack the case. >> i came home monday night i was going through my camera and i'm like i couldn't believe what actually i was seeing. i was like, is this really for real because he was all in my stuff. you could hear ransacking the drawers. >> reporter: she immediately called police and reported the incident to her property manager who assured her taylor has been let go. no one from the management
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company has returned our calls to confirm that or comment on the situation. gina says property managers have yet to tell residents what happened and she thinks that's wrong. >> everybody needs to know because if he was in my apartment, he was in everybody else's. >> reporter: she says her landlord changed her locks but she still doesn't feel safe. she plans to move out as soon as possible and wants some help. >> i want them to compensate me, because i need to move and i shouldn't have to pay for it out of my pocket because i was violated by their employee. >> that was jennifer joyce reporting. philadelphia police say they are now investigating that see if other residents may have been victimized as well. if that's the case, chris taylor will likely face more charges. two children are recovering tonight after a fire ripped their new olney row home. firefighters rush to the burning home oh on the 300 block of east sheldon street last night and rescued the young children from a second floor. no word if their parents were home at the time or if anyone else was inside. fire officials say they were
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able to put the flames out in about 20 minutes. they say it was difficult to find the children with all the smoke. >> they were found during really during the course of the fire fight. it was difficult fire to fight. so they were found in the course of that. very tight and constrained in there. >> the fire commissioner says the children are in critical condition but they are improving. the cause of that fire is still being investigated. well, one philadelphia first responder is getting recognition, recognition he really deserves. >> he's been saving lives for nearly 40 years. the philadelphia fire department awarded this year's firefighter of the year to captain steven russell. he became his career as a dispatcher back in 1972 before starting with philly's fire department. that's where he climb the ranks to become a lieutenant and later a captain. fire officials along with mayor jim kenney awarded russell with the 2016 award for his decades of bravery and courage. russell joked that awards, well, listen to this, they're really not his thing.
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>> i want to thank everybody for showing up. my family, my friends, colleagues, all the bosses. i'm humbled by this. you know this ain't my stick. [ laughter ] >> ain't his stick. well he went on to say that part of the honor belongs to all of his brothers and sisters at the philadelphia fire department. congratulations to captain russell. >> it's a chilling case. a woman missing for months, chained up like a dog in a shipping container but the store does not end there. who officials say are still searching for tonight. tired of stressing about the election? tired of fighting with loved ones and facebook friends about the candidates? well there's a safe place to get things off your chest. it's only a cab ride away. now with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly. good evening, everybody. we got a double bubble tomorrow. saturday hoops in south philly villanova at noon, sixers at 7:00. across the street, they got the unity cup soccer championship.
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free admission it starts at 6:00 o'clock at the ballpark. and then a campaign event tomorrow katie perry taking over the man music center. doors open up at 5:30 and a heads up for monday. the president, the former president and the woman who wants to be president all coming to our town for the monday last day before the election. have yourself a great evening. i'll see you bright and early tomorrow morning on "good day philadelphia" weekend. pat toomey and donald trump both would defund planned parenthood,
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and criminalize women's right to choose. "there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah." "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors... who perform them." and when donald trump insulted women and bragged about... sexual assault, pat toomey refused to reject him. pat toomey: won't stand up to trump. won't stand up for women. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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more than a dozen cases of sometimes fatal fungal if he can identified in the united states. the centers for disease control and prevention says 13 cases in fact have been identified. seven of those case happened between may of 2013 and august of this year. people were sick in new york, illinois, maryland and new jersey. keep in hyped all of them had serious under lying medical conditions and were already in the hospital. well we're now hearing that south carolina that a woman there found chained in a metal container was lured to the suspect's property. >> investigators say she went there for a cleaning job. the woman tells police she saw her captor shoot and kill her boyfriend who went there with the job with her. the couple had been missing for two months. meantime investigators found
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another body today on that same property. they have not identified that person yet. the woman is back home tonight after going to the hospital. police say she is doing better, but is shaken up. >> she's alive and well, and she is obviously traumatized. she told us she'd been lock in that container for two months. just by god's grace she's alive. >> can't imagine. >> todd kohlhepp in cut deem he's a registered sex offender with a previous kidnapping convict. employees say there could be other victims. well from behind bars to building bridges. we want to introduce to you an amazing local man who is hitting the streets to show young men and police officers they have more in common than not. scott williams tracking the autumn like forecast. hi, scoot scott. >> hi, chris and dawn. it looks like cold air for tonight but pretty seasonal temperatures for the upcoming weekend. but what about chances for rain we'll track it next.
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happening now officials are trying to figure out the cause of a major water mape break in east falls. we began to tell you about this about 5:00 o'clock tonight. parking lot of a shopping center is the baker center 2800 block of fox street turned into a lake earlier tonight. 48-inch water main broke, crews rescued 75 people. many had just finished grossing shopping at the shop rite. this area had three other water mape breaks in recent years. the good news, no one was hurt. well, he lives a life of crime and spent time behind bars but now local active visit is building bridges with police perhaps where they are needed the most. >> fox 29's dave kinchen shows us how a man they call og law is working with septa police to bring black men and law
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enforcement together for good. >> ♪ >> reporter: you could call him a one-man show. >> ♪ >> reporter: music producer. ♪ >> reporter: a messenger. >> god said he only chastised those who he loves even though his love is tough. >> reporter: man of great intensity he will pull you right in. >> no, you can't go out there with the gun, son. >> reporter: his life's story is anything but a show. ex-con, active visit and mentor to inner city youth michael at a bon is as real as it gets. >> black lives matter secretly we dealing with all right own civil war what part of black lives matters the most can't get it together in your own house. kingdom divided against itself can't c not stand. ♪ >> reporter: also known as og law. he's done hard time but kept the
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orange jumpsuit and chains as his signature and as a sign protesting the prison justice system he's come to know. even sleeping in a portable jail cell he takes around philadelphia. >> i am not your enemy. unless you force me to be. >> reporter: you can call sound track of his new mission bringing police officers into the streets he knows well with many experiences still fresh in his mind. ♪ >> reporter: whatever the reason, i've been approached and many like me and white folks even have been approached. violently disrespect physical. i'm attacks pair. i bought your gun. going to pull your gun on me and i bought your gun? >> reporter: just listen as he recalls a traffic stop. >> i don't know what's going to happen right now. i don't want to show myself to be a coward. this is a man and i'm a man. he coming he got his gun. i seen what they did.
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they always say what they did is a mistake. they go to court and get away with it. how you want to approach a dude already like that. >> michael is able to tell you about standing on the corner getting slammed to the ground by the police about actions of the police that were offensive to him. >> personal stories and raw conviction that inspired septa transit police chief to link up with at a bon and the chief's efforts to better connect his officers with the people they serve. >> he wears an orange prison jumpsuit with chains and handcuffs around his neck. he's an ominous looking guy, but, man, when you talk to him you can feel the love and concern that he has for what's going on in our city and feign between police and people. >> reporter: nestle was looking for an ex offender from the streets to talk to new young cops. finding that in tabon they went into the city with 12 transit
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officers fresh out of the police academy. the name of the seminar, i am not your enemy. >> mr. nestle had the courage and the vision to tap into something outside the box. people talk outside the box. but when they sue you outside the box sometimes they're afraid of you. you got to talk to people you know, people with beer cans, you couldn't of a rest them that d day. >> the conversation was raw. it was loud. it was angry. but it was -- it was productive. >> reporter: with results that have already changed lives. >> they start preaching to one another. when the dude told him why he was drinking, i went through something like that before and the officer found out that the homeless dude had some of the same problems. >> while we were at ken sipping ton and allegheny a guy who had been arrested by the transit police before in a fight came and asked for help for drug rehab and we got him no a drug rehab right then. that's the kind of thing that we're looking to happen.
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>> it's too late. i should have been on this block yesterday. >> reporter: tabon is reaching even deeper with more urban lives to save. >> these people who act like they killers in the streets, when i drive my hearse down the block, they don't want to get in and ride. you really don't want to die. >> reporter: which is why og law boldly fights through the flack he gets from his own. >> how anybody that think i'm a rat because i'm trying to get the police to know just because you got drugs in your pocket they ain't allowed to shoot you. they're supposed to usher you to the halls of justice where you get your fair day in court. >> reporter: we first met og law during a chance encounter on broad street. tabon running in his orange jumpsuit while dragging a massive sign behind him. dozens of if not hundreds stopped by to literally sign on to his message fight hate with
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love. he has also crit crossed the united states preaching his truth to whoever will receive it. >> we have to begin to respect one another and communication. >> reporter: he says per happen the biggest challenge is right here in the city of brotherly love. >> philly got to live up to its name. it's not kill delphi ya. >> reporter: motto debatable at times. >> these young people don't understand love. they don't realize that they lives is worth saving. they don't realize somebody was watching how violence is getting crazy. they my babies. i got to do something to stop this. ♪ >> reporter: so in the end the tail of two passions one from the street the other from behind the badge repairing relationships and bringing about renewed purpose at a time when tensions are higher than ever. >> the overwhelming majority of people on the street are good people and the overwhelmingly majority of police are good police. communication is the key here and og law has reached points
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where we wouldn't have reached before. ♪ >> i figure if i can inspire other people to love, because it do work. loving people work. >> reporter: in northwest philadelphia, dave kinchen, fox 29 news. a roadside rescue captured on camera. a police officer thought he was pulling over a speeding car but he found something totally differ. how his quick thinkin thinking e action helped save a live. while many turkeys should be worried about becoming thanksgiving dinner, these turkeys remain defiant. what they have residents in one community doing out of fear. katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess
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at a neighborhood favorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family.
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i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message. ♪ scary moments caught on police dash cam in oklahoma. what happened monday morning has people calling a blanchard police officer a hero. it pulled over a truck for
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speeding, but it turns out the man was rushing his wife to the hospital because she was having heart attack. she ended up losing consciousness but the husband and the officer gave her cpr and she began breathing again. doctors say the woman probably would not have survived the drive to the hospital and the cpr made all the difference. >> wow. >> amazing story there. well in your money tonight, more bad news for samsung and couldn't come today worst time. >> but first it was the galaxy note seven. some samsung washing machines believe it or not are being recalled. it affects nearly 3 million top loading machines sold since march of 2011. the consumer product safety commission says the tops on the samsung washers can detach during use. there are reports of 730 of them actually blowing off. nine injuries have been reported including one broken jaw. samsung is offering a free in home repair washer. rebate is also being offered towards the purchase of a new washing machine or a full refund
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for washing machine that is were bought within the past 30 days. more backlash for wells fargo tonight. the bank's bowker ratch unit also fallen victim in the accounts scandal. three u.s. senators say wells fargo fired hundreds of poke brokerage employees for improper sales packages of the. the bank opened up accounts in customers names without their per mig. up until now the bank had characterized the scandal as only retail banking. are you tired, stressing over the election? tired of fighting with loved ones about the candidates? well there's a safe place to get things off your chest and it's only a cab ride away. scott williams tracking your forecast. scott? >> hi there, dawn. temperatures will be dropping overnight expect some patchy frost. but what about the weekend forecast and election day weather? we have it next. ♪ i approve this message.
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i miss my daughter every day. she was shot and killed in a movie theater. jessi's murderer used an assault weapon with a high capacity gun clip. these clips allow killers to keep shooting and shooting. senator pat toomey opposes banning these clips, and he opposes an assault weapons ban. pat toomey stands with the gun lobby and not you. i hope you remember that when you vote. majority forward is responsible for the content of this advertising. at a neighborhoods a restaurafavorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message.
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she ate like a pig. trump has said and done... you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and republican brian fitzpatrick supported trump. look, we just can't vote for fitzpatrick or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. ♪ election day just four days away. you may be stressing. that may seem like eternity from now. it has been long and sometimes toxic campaign. some people have even lot of decades long relationships fighting over the candidates. >> i know. unbelievable. so you may be wondering if there's actually a safe place to get things off your chest and
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not worry about the consequenc consequences. well bill anderson reports, that place is no more than a cab ride away. >> reporter: i don't think that anyone would argue that this presidential election has been the most divisive in most people's memory. clinton and trauma many arguing at each other isn't that unexpected many much us are losing friends even family members over this election. ♪ >> reporter: so former teacher and current local cab driver wants to us stop yelling at each other don the venting inside his cab. a lot of people have been angry and when they get in the taxi, they're exhausted and frustrated about politic. when they think about it. >> reporter: if they agree passengers in rob cab are recorded while they discuss all things politic. >> after everything that's hag happened in the past few years, i can't have someone in office i don't trust. >> videos posted to youtube on political blog philadelphia
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citizen a attempt to get these messages out there. >> people don't understand this is real much these problems are real. they know that on some level but i don't want to be the one to tell them. people, constituents need to tell them. >> similar to our social media theme of the day -- >> our lives begin to end the day that we become silent about things that matter. >> reporter: it will toy cab was born to give people a voice. >> if you are silent, you're doing yourself a disservice your denying yourself your own agen agency, you're denying a voice for your community, for your family. don't do that. ♪ >> reporter: rob like many people admit he has strong opinions on lot of different issues but was frustrated that most of us just don't have the money or access to get politicians to care. >> they don't feel like they have any kind of voice that matters. only people that seem to have the a voice people with big checks in their hands,
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politicians. >> it almost feels like if we elect the right candidate be saved and everything will be okay. >> reporter: encouraging people to speak freely about sometimes controversial topics may not seem like the standard form of community service, but rob isn't exact al standard guy. so it's his forum. >> to the expect politi cab gives people a voice or feels like they have an opportunity to think about and talk about politics, i think it is -- i think eighths public service. >> reporter: thank you very much. >> appreciate it. >> all righty. so the message of politi cab express yourself, speak freely. know that your opinions matter and tuesday after all the talking and venting for goodness sake vote. ♪ >> that's the most important part get out and vote. >> get out there. right. as we get ready for thanksgiving a whole lot of talk about turkeys. >> but the birds are promming residents in one california town to make frantic calls to 911. these turkeys are running wild and they're angry.
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>> how can i help you? >> yes. this is most embarrassing. i'm trying to get into my office on g street and davis and i have this huge turkey surrounding my car circling me and i don't know what to do. >> that's funny. >> imagine that call. dozens of birds are roaming the streets of davis city. many of them hanging out in a local cemetery. davis city council voted on new here's what they're calling it a turkey management plan. that will allow for some of the birds to be killed while others will be trapped. on your radar, starting to feel a little bit more like fall out there. although nice day, scott. >> it was nice. the high temperature made it up to 62 degrees. that's actually a couple of degrees above the average for this time of year which is now down to 60 in philadelphia. those temperatures though are dropping especially in millville. look at this. 37 degrees already. 40 in pottstown. below freezing. 31 right now in the pocono mountains. mid 40s in wilmington.
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hanging on to 50's right now in philadelphia. but with the clear skies, ultimate doppler is dry and quiet. high pressure is prominent and dominant it will control our weather into next week. it looks like a dry pattern. but look at the chill for the overnight. temperatures dipping right around 36 in millville. 36 in places like pottstown. the poconos in the 30s. so watching out for patchy frost developing overnight tonight. so a chilly start to your saturday. but those temperatures will moderate once again back to around average through the weekend that high pressure once again will remain in control so we're looking at a lot of sunshine out there. chilly conditions, though, especially in the mornings. what about your saturday? planning your day a lot of walks taking place across the area. we're looking at temperatures by 8am42. mid 50s at lunch. by the afternoon, a high right around 61. by dinner tomorrow, temperatures dip into the 50s. tomorrow night, into sunday, we're talking about fall back.
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so you get that extra hour of sleep, but take look at the sunset on sunday. yeah, before 5:00 o'clock at 4:52 in the philadelphia area. so let's talk about the pattern beyond the upcoming weekend as we head toward election day. across the country, we're looking at high pressure in the west. high pressure in the east. maybe some showers along the gulf coast parts of louisiana and texas but for the most part it looks dry across the lower 48. so what about that weather forecast in around the philadelphia area for election day? we're looking kind of chilly to start. dry, temperatures top out around 64 degrees. not that bad. hey, are you headed to the meadowlands for the upcoming weekend game eagles taking on the new york giants? temperatures will be kind of cool in the 50s for the game. the weather authority seven day forecast showing you temperatures on saturday 61, 62 on sunday. beautiful for election day. and we keep temperatures in the low 60s for that entire seven
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day forecast into next week and it also stays dry. over to you. >> all right, scott after a very eventful week for the physical eagles, coming up in sports, hear from head coach doug pederson on how he plans to fill the void left by wide receiver josh huff and the red hot owls look to make it four in row. we have your friday night lights temple edition coming up next. pat toomey and donald trump both would defund planned parenthood,
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and criminalize women's right to choose. "there has to be some form of punishment." "for the woman?" "yeah." "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors... who perform them." and when donald trump insulted women and bragged about... sexual assault, pat toomey refused to reject him. pat toomey: won't stand up to trump. won't stand up for women. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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.
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my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message. i'm frank lobiondo 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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♪ until i find out, you know, exactly, um, you know, the seventy three rest it and what's going to happen down the road, right now nothing. >> he'll play on sunday. >> as right now, yes. >> that was wednesday. doug immediate soon telling us eagles receiver josh huff will be suiting up versus the new york giants. now after the eagles released huff and gm howie roseman having his chance to address the media yesterday, pederson was back in front of the mike today explaining what exactly changed. >> i said we were going to find -- get more information, um, we were going to make a collective decision, and that's what we did. um, you heard howie's comments yesterday and i truly believe that's -- that's the right way to handle this, you know, just to dialogue, have communication, and, um, do the best thing for the philadelphia eagles. >> makes sense to me. now of course, huff being released means next man up on kick off returns went daal small
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wood who has a touchdown return this year and barner will share duties on offense huff played 29% of the snaps which means carson wentz will have a new target on sunday his name is bryce drigs. >> the ability to play at this level. i'm excited to show myself and put myself in a position to win. ryan down on kick off or stretching the defense for a touchdown. whatever the team needs me to do. >> he's fast. join us on sunday for all your eagles coverage we start at 10:00 a.m. with "game day live". eagles and giants at 1:00 and check this out, fox 29 post game show it returns, my self, g. cobb, sean bell, we break it all down immediately following the big game on sunday. friday night lights temple edition the owls are hot, red hot. win tonight over the struggling uk husky squad would give temple sole possession of first class.
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it would mean they've won four in a row. to u couldn't we go, look at that. take it easy on the stuffed animal. first quarter, walker hits gentleman had thomas for the touchdown pass. puts the owls up to seven to nothing. still in the first temple up 14-zero. owls go up 21-zero in the first and never looked back. temple shuts out u couldn't 21 21-zero. finally, it was a feel good friday for 5 million people chicago today. over 5 million people attended today's championship parade in chicago. i'm talkin talking in comparisos 1.3 million tendon the 2008 world series championship parade down broad street for the phillies. 5 million in chicago an we can shout out to villanova's own matt caesar that's right he got the ring with the cubbies. got to love that. a lot of good scenes. a lot good times out there in chicago that's for sure. >> they say that was the seventh
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