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fox 29 morning news, day seven of the septa strike, new information we're learning right thousand about when this may even. and plus only hours now, until election day and another twist, the fbi has closed latest chapter on hillary clinton's e-mail ago a who is calling investigators out saying they didn't do their job. can we say, eagles fans really this morning after a ugly loss to the giants player and team reaction this morning as we look ahead to the falcons on sunday. it is a monday, it is already november 7th.
so is there your head line. it looks like an end to the the septa strike. we are at twu union headquarters and the fact that the lights are on and youe a gentlemen standing in the door way and the fact that you said, they have been negotiating all night, that is a first, and whenever they are talking all night, that means they are close. they would have left because the the hotel, as we have video of got dark and this had nothing to do with, the talks, what happened was the sheraton a union hotel and that is why they meet there schedule
electrical maintenance and shutting power off between midnight and 4:00 a.m. on the way out willie brown was are optimistic. he said quote we're real close. and so if you are real close, keep talking, so the union came here to their headquarters as we came back here live, septa went over to septa headquarters on market street and mediator like the rest of us started to put miles on his shoes and his wheels, and was going back and forth all night, to get the last, the last deal, breaker done the. it looks like all they need to do now is get the together somewhere, find a mutual meeting place, and then stand there at the same news conference together and say we have reached a deal. now, the the the reason why it may have been, pressing to get a deal done is i'm told it takes a full day, 24 hours, to get the whole septa system, backup full steam and they wanted it up and running for full steam election day. they wanted to avoid nasty court battle looming later
this morning with the governor and it i joining septa, to try to get an injunction to force these workers back to work tomorrow. and, so we may have avoided all have the legal fees, and, saved a little money there. we will wait until willie brown comes out of here and we will wait until we get word officially but it looks like an end to the septa strike is anything, any deal announced anytime now. we will break in and let you know help we hearing on but expect to hear a deal done, any second now. thomas and karen. >> imagine trying to get this done election kay here more than 24 hours from now, so lets see where they go from here. steve, thank you. lets check on the road with traffic because septa is our big story. >> happy monday, good job, steve. deal or no deal as it stand right now, you're grabbing your coffee, your keys, getting ready to step outside the front door, either way there is going to be no septa services for morning rush hour. we can count on the same game
plan that we have been using at least for morning rush hour, for the last week or so. no trains, buses, trolleys, running within the city. so right now, expect a crowded trains and platforms, go with your alternate plan and at least to get there this morning, again if we get a deal going as steve mentioned it will take sometime. think about not starting your car for over a week. it will take time and there will be issues with those buses started. they have to do a once, some test runs on both market and frankford and broad street subway to make sure that the trains are running safely. they have to open up all of those doors and unlock all of those stations. the either way there will be no septa services during morning rush hour that i can guarantee from septa i just talk a few moments ago. big campaign event this is going to be a hot mess, tonight clinton campaign event
right up the street here at independent mall, not only all of the dignitaries, but we have some rock stars coming along the way. we will tell but that coming later on but event time is 7:30. beginning at 10:00 a.m. this morning they are shutting down the area around independent hall. so, even if you are coming into center city this morning without that septa, services, it is going to be a mess trying to find parking and grid lock in the the city, that has been grid lock in the last week with the septa strike. to problems on the majors, i-95, schuylkill, 42, blue route, all looking good and owe far so good on the bridges. sue, with a lot of folks coming to town we are counting on you for a good forecast. >> okay, back to you. >> we will give you more detail. here's the thing about this morning, we have a frost advisory for delaware county, pennsylvania and new castle county, delaware. these are places that haven't seen necessarily their first frost of the season and today's probably the day, and then it starts to get, you know, colder and colder into wintertime but we don't have any rain on radar. here's the temperature a at the airport, chilly one for
sure, 41 degrees with 8-mile an hour wind out of the north. sunrise time now that the time has changed will be 6:37. you will see sunrise earlier but it also sets earlier, as you experienced yesterday with that early sunset. 26 degrees in mount pocono. thirty-seven in trenton. 32 degrees in pottstown. we have, 38 in wilmington. forty-one in dover. definitely a coat or jacket this morning. not a lot of wind but what we were getting it is coming from the north and northwest and that is chilliness of it all. forty's and 30's this this morning, 52 by lunchtime topping off at 58 degrees and there is your sunset time, guys, 4:52 p.m. >> happy news to that. so, it is erects eve, last day for candidates to try to win over any undecided voters. >> 42 million people have cast their ballots in early voting. >> so ahead of tomorrow's
elections fbi made a major stunning announcement no charges against hillary clinton over her use of the private e-mail server. >> fbi director james comey stand by his original decision, he said agency reviewed all 650,000 e-mails recently discover on the lap top and found no criminal raining doing. during a campaign stop in wisconsin tim kaine says he is not the surprised by the decision. donald trump says it is more proof that the system is rig. >> i'm surprised. i really felt like the original conclusion was so unequivocal after a long investigation that when the surprise of the letter two friday's ago happened i felt that was conclusion they would reached. >> totally rigged system. i have been saying it a long time. you cannot the review 650,000 new e-mails in eight days, folks. hillary clinton is guilty. he knows it, the fbi knows it.
the people know it. and now it is up to the american people to deliver justice at the the ballot box on november 8th. >> meantime the battle is on to pin opinion down swing states including pennsylvania, both candidate pushing hard for keystone state, pol stores believe it could go red or blue and take presidency with it. latest poll shows clinton lead trump nationwide by two points but they are neck and neck in another crucial state being florida. so hillary clinton was here yesterday at one of our churches. on this election eve morning we are getting ready to prepare host to hillary clinton and her former president and whole bunch of people. >> it is certainly her last chance to get voters to the polls. she won't ab loan to make that final pitch. lauren johnson joining us live from independence mall where clinton will be join by pretty famous faces, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to both of you. the that is right, independent hall will be backdrop for hillary clinton and those famous faces to make those final pitch to americans to
make history by voting her as president. in the final 48 hours, clinton has made stops in north carolina, michigan, new hampshire, ohio and tonight will be her third pennsylvania appearance. her family and including her husband, president bill clinton, has been helping her, make those last minute pitches to the voting public, chelsea clinton her daughter has been on the campaign trail as well. the president is also expected to join hillary tonight in philadelphia, to vest his feelings that voting for hillary clinton will help bill on his progress, for the last eight years. michelle obama will be along with her husband. then entertainment for evening, one bon jovi and bruce springsteen will joan those political figures perform at tonight's rally. in order to prepare for tonight a's big event city is shutting down streets starting at 10:00a a.m. market street from fourth to seventh. fifth between arch and market. sixth street between arch and
chestnut. they will be closed down. we are already seeing the effects of that. crews are out here working, doors will open to the general public at 4:00 p.m. actual program kicks off at 7:30. it is important to note her opponent donald trump will be making his final pitch in michigan tonight. >> we will have those street closures on our web site. getting around. they have arrested a person who stole three lap tops belong to go hillary clinton staffers. police called it a random act and they say 27 year-old thief had no idea they had any link to the campaign. he smashed a car window, in fishtown, grabbed backpacks of hillary clinton's campaign workers. a strike continues, stay with us, here on fox 29 for latest, breaking details as two side are looking on a resolution when we are not on air we are putting it all right there on our web site as well. 4:10. developing right the now in salem county frantic search for missing child in
pennsville comes to a even. four year-old boy was eventually discover floating in the family's swimming pool. it happened at a home on south broad street around 5:15 last night. police tried performing cpr but it was simply too late. boy's parents thought boy was playing upstairs with his siblings when they noticed he was not there. officers believed the child drowned after falling in the pool. and a earthquake rocks oklahoma trigger fears that key infrastructure was damage. yesterday's 5.0 quake was centered near curbing and felt by several people and several states including, texas, kansas and missouri i residents were shaken up. yesterday's earthquake took place 25 miles south of where another quake forced several wells to shut town last week. all right. we pol guys we have to talk about this. we get distract for eagles culminated in a day we were like to forget. bird took on arch rival from new york. >> weren't we doing this last
week at the same time. >> i know. things got bad to worse. >> they got themselves in early trouble and never able to climb out. yesterday's game started off like that vikings game. carson wentz rolling out, over throws pass and intercepted by giant but unlike vikings, giants were able to take advantage. eagles were down 21-ten with a slight come back but eagles could in the stop the giants, losing 28-23. as karen mentioned heart breaking this monday morning. coming up on the the fox 29 morning news here at 4:00 12a day of fun takes a tragic turn what happened add a pumpkin competition that ended with two people in the hospital.
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well, we have high pressure in control of our weather today and it is, pushing that cold front off shore, and this will be our weather maker for next couple days. once it moves off shore we will have a nicer day tomorrow for election day, then we will today, meaning it will be a little bit warmer but it is a frosty start this morning since this high is still off shore. this cold front will come through on wednesday, cooling things off a little bit, stronger cold front will make a difference over weekend. some election day temperatures for tomorrow mid 60's this wilmington, lancaster, reading, upper 60's in philadelphia, 63 wildwood, 62 mount pocono. the entire region throwing but sunshine during the day. it is an early unit but we
will have no weather impediments, to going out to vote tomorrow. right now we have nothing on radar to show you, as we mentioned, it is only 26 degrees in mount pocono. we're right at freezing in pottstown. reading 34. thirty-eight in wilmington. 40 degrees in wildwood to get your day started. wind coming out of the north and northwest, chilly wind, definitely need a jacket but we'll a lot of unshine. lovely weekend, with almost a peak of the autumn leaves out there. with a high of 65 degrees on saturday. sixty-three on sunday. now that it is sunset earlier we have average high gone down but average is 58. we will be right around there today, with 58 degrees. sixty-seven for tomorrow for election day. a few showers on wednesday, not a lot of rain, we could use more 60 degrees, on thursday, veterans day is friday, high of 61. look at the high on saturday. we have our fill alzheimer's walk in the morning.
it will be chilly but we are used to that in november. it will not stop us from getting out there and walking to end alzheimer's disease. the that is your seven day forecast. the let's check with bob kelly, any news yet. >> no news yet. 4:17. live look downtown philadelphia where a lot will happen today. we are waiting to see if it is deal or no deal on the septa a strike. i can tell you that regardless of the scenario happening behind doors there will be no septa services for the morning rush hour. here's a live look at the vine street expressway, vine street local and over here in i-95 down near the airport no problems at all heading to the airport catching a flight out of town. monday checklist no deal ordeal? either way we are staying lock with steve keeley at headquarters there will be no septa services for morning rush hour. so go with the plan you have been using last week or so, be ready for crowded trains and platforms, get your tickets in advance. we had this big campaign event, independent hall, doors
opening up at 4:00 o'clock and starts at 7:30. it is all on the mall between constitution enter and independent hall right there on that grassy area as we saw lauren setting up the shot. street closures market there fourth to seventh, fifth between arch and market, and sixth arch to chestnut. pretty much that square right around independent hall, and then the national constitution center. now officially, the no parking zones go into effect at 10:00 a.m., however, yesterday they started towing cars randomly off these streets as they get ready for the event tonight. watch for the no parking signs and just play it safe and just avoid that area, right here around independent hall, and the constitution center. no problems at the moment on i-95, schuylkill or blue route and we're looking good over bridges. thomas and karen back over to you. 4:18. we have some breaking news, sad news, janet reno first
u.s. fee hail attorney yen has died according to her god daughter who said that he died from complications of parkinson's disease. she was within of the clinton administration's most recognizable figures. we will bring you more update throughout the morning, she was 78 years old. developing right now, in west oak lane, philadelphia police are looking into the death of the child, investigators say yesterday evening an 11 year-old boy was found unresponsive by his sister inside a home on the 1900 block of elson street in west oak lane. he was pronounced dead a short time later. police are still trying to figure out had had happened. also, happening today, that trial against a pennsylvania couple accused of giving their 14 year-old doubt's way to a philadelphia man is expect to begin later today. prosecutors say that daniel and savilla stoltzfus told police they gave their daughters to lee kaplan for financial help. right now kaplan is awaiting trial on sexual assault charges. investigators say kaplan fathered two children with that girl and nine girls found
in their home were his children. kaplan had a separate child. looking at other top stories we are following this morning in kensington police are searching for driver who hit a woman and then drove away. it happened around 12:30 yesterday on the front and lehigh avenue. police say woman was in the the crosswalk when a car struck her. she fell to the ground and hit her head. medics took her to the hospital with severe head drama. she died an hour later. neighbors say she was kind, friendly and like anyone did not deserve to be left in the street. >> she would say have a good day at school. >> i was like shocked. that is not the right thing to do. >> police say a mirror broke off a car when that car hit a woman. the it belongs to the 2005 silver chevy cavalier. if you though anything, please give police a call. 4:20 is the time. two people are in the hospital. one in critical condition after a pumpkin chucking
competition went terribly wrong. the state police say that an air can a on that was meant to launch a pumpkin exploded yesterday, in bridgeville, delaware, according to police, the trapdoor of the cannon separated when pumpkin was launched and the door was blown away. a 39 year-old would hand was struck in the head and an investigation is ongoing. quite a scene here fire officialness montgomery county are trying to figure out what sparked this strip mall fire this that broke out in gilbertsville on the 400 block of county line road a at three chris yesterday afternoon no one was your. voters in new jersey will not only have a chance to decide the next president but also on the ballot a question about casinos operating outside atlantic city. state officials want to build two new casinos in north
jersey to make up for gambling revenue lost in those in pennsylvania and new york. question aims to use some proceeds to support cash strapped atlantic city as it funds programs for seniors and disable. opponents said adding new casinos to over saturated market could cause remaining casinos in atlantic city toy hut down. 4:22. it feels like day a right for our eagles. >> another slow start, another bad finish and another bad loss on the road to a divisional opponent. eagles are zero and three and last in the division. hear what the eagles quarterback carson wentz has to say about yesterday's loss coming up next in sports.
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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. good morning, i'm sean bell. eagles falling once again on the road, they lost four out of their last five games, all four of the losses coming on the road. yesterday against giants it was really because of another slow start. wentz on his first drive of the game, right here, rolls out to his right and over throws his target. that is a giants interception. g men would take advantage right away. eli manning hitting odell beckham junior on the slant. obj does the the rest. next possession carson guess
off today, over throws another target for another interception. he just didn't have it today. he was later throwing another touchdown to roger lewis. eagles go on to lose 28-23. slow start killing them once again. >> we basically offense basically myself particularcally handed the team, handed them 14 points and that is tough. but it is a long game. i thought we bounced back. we did some good things. we just didn't come away witt. >> that is sports in a minute. i'm sean bell. 4:26. all eyes are on septa this morning are we close to the deal being reached? the answer after the break.
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developing right now septa strike, day number seven, two parties met all night long to hash out a plan, maybe to end this strike. when can it come to a conclusion? steve keeley saying maybe imminent. plus cleared, fbi announce nothing wrongdoing in the hillary clinton e-mail scandal but will this help or hurt her campaign what we're learning 24 plus hours before election day. independent mall business to get busy, they have set up some of it, bruce springsteen and john bon jovi will be taking the stage for hillary clinton, the star powered
rally in philadelphia tonight. great to have you with us, everyone time is 4:30 on this morning. have you had a great weekend. hopefully were you outside. >> it is chilly right the now? great weekend waking up, heading out, and i'm thomas drayton with karen hepp. bob kelly with a check on traffic. >> 4:30 on this monday. i hope you even eyed that extra hour of sleep. here's broad and spring garden, still kind of of quiet downtown philadelphia, of course, it will not that be way later today. more in a second. live look at the freeway coming in towards philadelphia quiet right now, no problems, on the schuylkill or i-95, speedometer readings looking good. monday checklist deal or no deal. we are waiting to see if all this activity turns into something. bottom line, either way, no septa a service for the morning rush hour. ebb if they do get a deal sign, it takes time to get everything up and running.
we will talk more about that. steve's live at the scene coming up. the crowded trains and platforms again make sure you have your tickets in advance. we have a huge campaign event coming to town, clinton campaign tonight, independent mall, doors opened up at four, starts at 7:30. lauren's their life, we will go to her in a moment. street closures for this event start kicking in at 10:00 a.m. they started towing cars yesterday, market street fourth to seventh, fifth between arch and market. sixth in arch to chestnut. the basically area surrounding independent hall, over to the national constitution center. and that grass area where we had the big event for the pope, there is the area we're speaking of where you will see concert stage go up. check for no parking signs if you dare try to park in this area and if you dare try to drive-in to olde city for the morning rush hour. that is not until tonight and they are already putting those restrictions in at 10:00 a.m.
septa regional rails expect delays, for this morning, and expect a crowded conditions, on the roadways, as we wait to see what happens with the septa negotiators at the table. so i guess the next question fist we will stabbed out on the corner what is the forecast looking like today. >> it is looking good. we have a lot of sunshine in store and we are ready for, high temperatures, that will be close to 60 degrees. we will see plenty of sun behind today, thing is there is a i frost advisory for delaware county, and for new castle will county in delaware this morning, couple of places that haven't seen their first frost of the the season. so by the end of the day we will probably see upper 50's to around 60, a little bit cooler then it was yesterday, a little bit more breezy but still beautiful and we're at the peak of our autumn leaves. plus talk about a big cool down in the seven day forecast coming up, karen and thomas. develop right the now you some progress, or we should say major progress in the bargaining table, certainly
encouraging news one week ago 5,000 septa workers took to the picket line and this morning both sides, inch closer to make a deal. >> that is because representatives of both septa and union have been talking all night long. >> big question is this morning how close are they? fox 29's steve keeley joining us from trans tort workers union headquarters with the the very latest, good morning, steve. >> reporter: you guys know old saying if somebody will go on broad street and go on the stage they tell to you break a leg. well, somehow that might have literal and figurative meaning for willie brown the union leader because i'm told he probing his leg. that would explain why i saw him wheeled in here from the wheelchair from the hotel last night. here's why the word progress is a perfect fit for the lead into me because last night when willie brown left the hotel to come over here he said we're real close. the reason they left hotel not because talks broke off lets show you video of the sheraton this is a union hotel that is why you have union talks
whether it is teachers or septa they hold them there because workers there are union members. they want to negotiate in the union hotel. it is dark. it is dark for a reason. this is was a plan electrical maintenance shut down from midnight to 4:00 a.m. they didn't give the guest out. they needed two glow sticks to get to a stairway. so no electricity between 12 and 4:00 a.m. we thought maybe they will head back there at the 4:00 a.m. nobody left here just yet and septa's people are at septa ahead quarters still and we are told they may come over here to jointly announce a deal has been reach. that is where i get broken leg thing down. maybe breaking a leg brought luck to end this strike. that would fit this line with the two last strikes, both in 05 and 2009, six and seven days. we are right in the average right there at six and a half days for an even. the the reason they need to end it now in their mind because, number one they don't want to go into a messy mean court fight where they attack
each other and make things worse, secondly they need 24 hours to get the whole septa system fleet backup and running at full steam and they want it running at full team this time tomorrow for the morning rush hour, so no problems on election day because they fear that if everybody is caught in a longer commute then normal they are leaving work before the polls opened so they can't vote present work and they will get home, so late, because of the long walk or long stuck in traffic ride home, that they will get thereafter the polls close at the end of the day for election day. so there is a urgency for election day plus septa workers they don't want to go a second week without a paycheck they want a deal done they want what they think is coming to them. so maybe, septa gave a little bit, union gave a little bit and maybe the 11th strike since the 70's will end and we will have a breaking news story any minute now. so we are waiting for official word but unofficial word is we have got a deal imminent it just need to be made official
and that has become at any moment. maybe they are waiting for news at 6:00 when more people wake up and they can broadcast it to everybody live and get it the out there so everybody is paying attention. maybe they think people are sleeping right now, we have this is signed everything, they have a state mediator coming back and forth between septa headquarters on market street, which i'm told is about 2-mile walk or ride or whoever he is getting there. we know he is not taking septa between here, north second right above callowhill and the northern liberties section right off callowhill exit of i-95 to market street. he has been going back and for the to finish the negotiating. great sign when they didn't stop talking that they will continue to talk each siding to go their respective headquarters, like boxers going to their corners and referee saying come together and in this case state mediator being referee. neither side scores a knock out and it looks like commuters and riding public will be winners of this big heavyweight battle.
>> we hope so, fingers crossed on that one. my money is on that 6ah thing. >> thanks, steve. election eve, it is last day for candidates to try to win over voters. >> here we are 42 million people have cast their ballots in early voting. >> we have a bomb shell that came out yesterday, fbi making a major announcement no charges against hillary clinton heavier over her use of the private e-mail server. >> james comey stands by his original decision from back in july. he said agency reviewed 650,000 e-mails recently discovered on the lap top and found no criminal raining doing. during a campaign stop, clinton's running mate tim kaine says he is not surprised by the decision but donald trump says it is more proof that the system is rigged. >> i'm surprised. i really felt like the original conclusion was so unequivocal after a long investigation that when the surprise of the letter two fridays ago happened it was still the conclusion that they
would reach. >> totally rigged system. i have been saying it for a long time. you can't review 650,000 new e-mails, in eight days, you captain do it, folks. hillary clinton is guilty, she knows it, the fbi knows it, the people know it, and now it is up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box, on november 8th. >> meantime the battle is on for hard to pin opinion down swing states including pennsylvania, both candidates pushing hard for keystone state, pol stores believe could go red or blue and take presidency with it. latest polls show clinton lead trump nationwide by two points, although they are neck and neck in another crucial state in florida. on this election eve philadelphia is preparing to host hillary clinton in her final rally. >> it is supposed to be her last chance to get voters to the polls and she will bring out all of the stops on this one with her final pitch. lauren johnson joining us at
independent mall where mrs. clinton will have a lot of famous faces with her, lauren. >> reporter: hey karen that is right. this is backdrop for tonight's big event. you you can see final touch being put on the stage as she makes her final pitch to americans to make history by voting her as president. in the final 48 hours she has made stops in north caroline, michigan, new-shire, ohio and tonight will be her third pennsylvania appearance. she was here in philadelphia yesterday at a search for sunday service. her family including her husband and her daughter have been helping her make those last minute pitches to the voting public. the president is expect to join hillary tonight to express his feelings that voting information her will help bill on his progress. the the first lady will be here with her husband. then entertainment for the evening, bon jovi, bruce springsteen will join political figures performing at tonight's rally. doors opened up at 4:00 p.m. actual program kicks off at 7:30. there are road closures scheduled for that area bob
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welcome back. welcome back at 4:43. live look at septa headquarters the unofficial word is a deal is imminent to end the septa strike, that has been plaquing our city for almost a week. we are monitoring the situation and we will bring you live updates as they become available. we will be right back. for all you friendsgiving hosts, invite who you want, not who you must. serve a turkey, don't serve a turkey.
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this morning. steve has been talking about the talks resuming this morning. we see activity this morning. chairman of septa, we believe chairman of septa heading back to the hotel, location where steve is right now where talks are set to resume this morning. steve has been mentioning the unofficial word, that a deal is imminent to end this week strike. the find out workers walking off the job. >> they have been meeting over the transit workers union leaders, willie brown, who has broken his leg. so, steve is talking about that breaking your leg. maybe they have gotten a deal and work it out. we are staying on top of the developments. the right now lets check with bob, bob, we're also getting information about this big rally with that i will be happening tonight, so people that park in our neck of the woods, bob, do they have to move their cars by 10:00 a.m. >> no stopping police regular always right there on our camera shot which is there, at market, right there at 12th street. now, driving away in one of of those vehicles, i see it right
there, driving away, is that a you this one. that is probably an old one. that is sixth, so that is today, so they have got -- they extended if we're looking live at market at 13th street they will shut down market street all the way up to probably city hall, so keep that in mine in, problems, a lot of the streets here in center city because of this big campaign rally that is getting set for tonight. let's start here a live look at an accident. southbound on the boulevard at ninth street. we have a couple vehicles off in the grass here, and watch it the as you try to enter from hunting park avenue. south jersey looking good on the speedometer readings, monday checklist as we saw folks getting in the car, septa general manager was the september general manager. they are moving around. they are up. they have boxes and pads in their hand. deal or no deem? that is the question. either way there is no septa
service for morning rush hour. expect a crowded trains and platforms, we have to take this morning, as if same game plan we will use race week. we will not have any septa services for morning rush hour. get your tickets in advance, expect delays on the regional rail lines. big campaign event we're talking about tonight, independent mall, doors opened up at 4:00. it is an outdoor event on the grassy area between constitution center, and independent hall. now it starts at 7:30, and already, we have seen a heavy police presence, secret service, the whole 9-yard with the line up that we have coming today, the street closures, they go into effect at 10:00 a.m. market street fourth over to seventh ape that has been extended according to the sign we have just seen, that market street closure will go all the way up to the at least 12th street, fifth street blocked from arch to market, sixth from arch to chestnut and as you can see right here they have sent out the a press release here saying market
fourth to seventh but signs is on market at 13th. one hand doesn't know what the other hand is doing. just check with the parking signs before you commit to parking here, in center city. if you can avoid driving down that is what i don't understand how all this here today and folks need to get in using their vehicles because of the septa strike. the 42 freeway, looking good as you come into philadelphia at the moment, so a lot going on, lot of balls in the air, sue like we have over there in the weather department but hopefully we will have sunshine as the big ball today, right. >> oh, yes, it looks like a good weather day, anyway we will give you a quick math to show you these oklahoma earthquakes that happened yesterday. the one that was magnitude 5.0 was right around c u.s. hing, oklahoma and affect a large area of the midwest, with the after shocks that we're still seeing today. so for us it stays dry and seasonal today with high pressure about to move off
shore. it will bode well for a milder day tomorrow for election day, and then plenty of sunshine then as well. in fact our temperatures on election day look great. mid to upper 60's every where in the region. everybody will be dry. so no rain, nothing to keep awe way from the polls at least weather-wise. nothing an radar. temperatures are still i grab a jacket, it is 32 in pottstown. thirty-four in reading. twenty-six in mount pocono. forty in wildwood. forty-one here in philadelphia wind coming out of the north, it is chillier then it was yesterday because yesterday's high a bit of above average 63 . today we will expect it to the stay in the 50's with the sunshine but tomorrow nice warm up, cold front on wednesday brings us rain, cools us off on thursday and friday and another front gives us a very chilly saturday with a high temperature of 48 degrees. that will be quite a shock to our system but we will get you through it as we always do fox 29 morning news will be right back after this.
welcome back, isn't that special. >> isn't that how it goes. snl had their final show before tomorrow's election and one favorite character was brought back, church lady played by dana car very. >> she let america necessity about her thoughts about the candidate. >> what are your thoughts about this election. >> well, it is a tough choice we have on tuesday, don't we, colin, do we vote for a bitter android from the 90's or river boat gambler with a big tummy
or an orange head. >> he has not chosen a candidate yet. >> it is not on the ballot card. >> it just seems like everything in the world you think is just in a bad state. >> you know what, i never lose hope, colin, and what aloofly little country we have here. on times i look around and i think to myself what a wonderful world. >> oh, no, you will not sing. >> ♪ i see skies a blue, red roses too, i see them blue ♪ >> snl we will play much more later but we have breaking news. >> lets get to steve keeley at twu headquarters, here, steve. >> septa's board chairman pat dion told us that we have a deal. we have a deal, and pat dion, the first time i saw shine on his face, probably in a couple years. so pat dion and his septa negotiating on team, walk in
the twu headquarters and i mentioned willie brown, union leader broke his leg recently. he was walking around last week and came here in the wheelchair and they came over here as a courtesy of willie brown to not let him get wheeled over or driven around to someplace in the middle but they came over here to announce that they have a deal, in principal. was his word, and they are going to finalize it with willie brown right here. probably just getting signatures. they will make an announcement officially momentarily but we will play, pat dion saying those word in front of your eyes so you can see it for yourself your viewers at home as soon as we get that tape turned around. is there your official head line to start the week. eagles lose. everybody is in the bad mood. septa strike is over. difficult put everybody in the good mood karen thomas. >> yes, absolutely did you. >> so what does this mean in the hours ahead here, election day tomorrow and everybody knows what does that mean for hours ahead here. >> reporter: well, what it means is they will take 24
hours at least to get septa fleet up and running. the don't be surprised if you see afternoon rush hour up and running. twenty-four hours was what they were saying because they wanted something to get, step on everybody's necks to get this deal done, but who knows, we heard earlier things it would take four to six hours to get fleet up and running. if you think septa workers want to take another day without getting paid you are dreaming. so, if a septa guy working p.m. shift can get a paycheck and raise in that paycheck and get back to work today you can bet those close to 5,000 septa workers want to get back on the job as soon as possible. i wouldn't be surprised to see septa buses and trains running real soon, real quick. >> i'm sure they want to get a a deal reached ahead of the big press conference and rally that we have tonight so we will stay on top of this one, thanks, steve. >> we will be right back with more developing details, stay with us. ♪when you've got...♪
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conference 5:15 a.m. momentarily we will carry it live here from twu headquarters on north second street the septa board chair hand pat dion says we have a deal. and they have been talking all night, he didn't look like he missed any sleep he looked wide asleep and he looked like he got a full night of sleep. there is your morning head line and probably best head line of the month so far. it is a short month, folks but this strikings right this line with the last two, 05, 09, six and seven days. we are starting day seven a few hours in, probably below average of the 6.5 days. the not bad. if septa ever goes on strike again expect a week of hardship but don't be surprised if we see those trains, trolleys, buses accounts, running by the lunch hour, who knows, that would be one of the first questions when can you get system up and running. certainly this is by morning rush hour but you folks taking regional rails won't see picket lines you will see