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we got a 3:00 a.m. call, deal or no deal? deal. so, septa strike is over, but not so fast, shall, it will be hit and miss all morning long until they get up and running here. steve has details of this deal, a five-year deal. clinton cleared, again. only hours left until americans cast their votes, and another twist in the race for the white house, the fbi closes its latest investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails reaction from clinton and from trump. may the force be with you? not. as coach pederson would say lets go for it. eagles should be seven-one but they are sadly four-four. >> did you say four-four. >> let's go for it. >> too soon. it is two hours past four,
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let's go for it. 6:00 o'clock straight up. we have good news, bad news. septa strike is over. but eagles did still lose. >> it all mixes in. >> it will be a while before september gets back on track, is that right bob. >> you you got that right. we have a deal as you said, so that is good news. it is almost like you have that remote control car that you wanted but dad didn't get batteries so we have to run out and get batteries. no service for morning rush hour. whatever your plan was going to be, stick with us. here's the deal, test runs will begin any minute on the trains. market frankford, broad street subway they are first two that will come back on line, then buses, trolleys, bigger routes will take precedence over the smaller routes. service will be syringeled back in throughout the take with 100 percent service by this time tomorrow. you can bet 100 percent we will be in shut down mode here clinton campaign event here taking place up the street, shutting down market street,
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fourth to seventh, fifth street, sixth street, check no parking signs coming in olde city. that event taking place on that grass stretch between constitution center and independent hall the same area where the pope, held his big event when he was in town, expect grid lock in center city, old city during the morning and afternoon. sueby a good day to be outside. >> yeah, dry, lots of sunshine, just have to be prepared for an earlier twilight. we have a nine out of ten today in your weather by the numbers with bows stop buddy with a nice warm jacket on. it is a frosty start. temperatures in the 30's this morning and we had frost advisory for new castle county delaware and delaware county in pa. they have not had their first frost in the season in some of places just yet. that is good thing for today. as we plan on doing something outdoors 40 degrees at the moment, chilly, here's your new sunrise time 6:37 a.m., 26 . thirty-two in reading, 39 in
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wildwood. high temperature today in the upper 50's. here's another notable note, sunset time, mike and alex, 4:52. >> before 5:00 o'clock, dark. >> deresting. >> it is. >> it is dark now, dark when i go home. >> always dark. >> optimistic today. >> good news, the septa strike is over, it seems like both sides have agreed. >> we can be optimistic about that because city will be moving again. steve keeley were you there when they made the announcement. you are live at transport workers headquarters union right now. >> reporter: you seen my e-mails in the the system i have been up since midnight told deal was done. the just don't report it yet because we have not signed a deal. so those sources came through again, and we report that had as early as 4:00. then official just after 5:00. one of the guys who always gets involved in this is going for his tenth term in congress. he used to be behind the
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scenes mover and shaker with your union background you get involve in these talks and sometimes pull people together. why, this was my question at news conference, 11 strikes since i was in high school and i'm 55 years old. why does it always take a strike by septa, to get a septa contract it seems. >> because money keeps changing, people never get a chance to see how much money they have. it is a bundled organize, city, state, all three branches give state honey. it is not a business. you don't know how much honey you make a year. there is always honey coming in, going out. honey being held. what happened to get this done is all of the people got together. the state, city, septa, union and they all got together and they work out that number in that box. >> reporter: why couldn't they do that in july. why does it take a strike to get together and work that out. >> that is a good question, that is why they need me.
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>> reporter: you don't want to have to do this. i showed your new balance running shoes you put them on because i they ever ran more covering a story in my life. i don't know how much strike i have in my old legs. >> when you do this it is a wait thing. you have to wait, wait. my biggest concern is to make sure that they are talking. and they kept talking. you are waiting at hotel, union here, back and forth, septa headquarters. as long as they keep talking. then we had a hut down in the hotel. they were shutting down at 12:00. we had to get them back together again. it is always talking they will get something done. >> reporter: you essentially almost single handily got convention here but i'm sure you had influence getting obama's, both president and mrs. obama, clinton that whole clan, bon jovi and springsteen in here all in one spot tonight. was there any urgency so we didn't have a national embarrassment because we were going to have so much national
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coverage tonight, was that, did this come from the white house and said get that settled because i don't want that going on in the background with the strike signs. >> i was never told to get it settled but asked to keep it going. i had to give major updates every time there was an update. there was a major concern. but no they did not get involve. they could not get involved. they left it up to he, yeah, all of the pressure i had but just to keep them talking. i knew yesterday that this thing was really, really close, you know, and like i said when that hotel closed up, i said that was nerve racking but they heat at the their headquarters and their septa headquarters and we got it ton. >> reporter: we cruised around d.c. in your vet in the 90's. you don't ride it enough. do you want to break news maybe your tenth term is your last term or will you keep going beyond this. >> my wife don't want me to stay home. i will keep going.
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>> reporter: thanks for sticking around. we made it longer by sticking around until 6:00. congress hand brady smiling as usual. always, you can see him at the end of these strikes and maybe it is his little magic that he works. >> maybe so, steve, great job up alternate steve keeley once again. >> they were just talking about the election which is tomorrow. what a night it will be in philadelphia last day before election, presidential race, new poll numbers hillary clinton is ahead by just under two percentage points in the new that the poll average. this is from real clear, in pennsylvania. a key player in who will win clinton lead trump by 2.4 percent, race is enclose they are other battle ground states like that, and of course, ohio. ahead of tomorrow's elections fbi made a major announcement no charges against hillary clinton over her use of the private e-mail serve your. james comey is standing by his original decision back in
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july. he said agency reviewed all 650,000 e-mails recently discover on a lap top and he has found no criminal wrongdoing. >> so there was no there, there as she was saying. clinton campaign has a star studded rally campaign rally planned at independent hall. the it will come down to location a block from where we're sitting, alex. >> president obama and his wife michelle will show their continue support for clinton with musicians jon bon jovi and bruce springsteen. rail starts at 7:30. if you plan to drive be aware that certain road will be closed and people will be arriving as early as 4:00. we have posted closures at fox donald trump is doing all he can to win over pennsylvania voters. he will speak at 5:30 tonight and later in grand rapid michigan. this is not the her last stop she will be flying somewhere else too. >> she will be in michigan as well, that state is now gone from deep, deep blue to light blue.
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well, eagles with another chance to pull out a last second win but they come up short, again. why head coach doug pederson says it is all part of the learning curve. he is taking some heat, after yesterday's game. and it is over, septa reaches an early morning agreement to end a seven day strike, when you could expect to see your commute back to normal. we have good news. it will be a little bit.
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two interest exceptions in the the first quarter led to 14 points for giants. doug pederson went for it on two, fourth downs in field goal range and eagles did not convert on either one leaving six points on the board. the eagles still had a shot to win in the fourth but, wentz and jordan matthews they could not connect on a fourth down play. eagles lose, 28-23, and they fall to four-four on the season. it is just hard to swallow. >> yes, last place. >> after the game pederson says his team, well, they are still learning. >> oh. >> it is still a lot of season left, obviously. i feel like we have, we're learning, we're working through things. we have young guys on offense and working through and learning how to, you know,
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execute, finish, do all of the things we need to do to win these games. >> but is there a lot of season left, is there? we were saying some people think it is over is this no playoffs, this is it, we're done. >> we have last brace us here. >> we will hear from carson wentz on his thoughts about the the game when thinks it is still early. >> players are learning but i think maybe the coach is too. >> did you see ochocinco was drinking these young bulls will be getting better. >> do you think he lives this that apartment where he was shooting. >> i just saw a tweet. >> he did a manikin challenge too. >> i was talking about his tweets about the game. >> go sixers. wait, they have not won yet either. >> flyers. >> okay, let's go flyers. well, it is over, septa strike looks like it is over. three hours ago they came to
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an agreement in the middle of the night. not so fast, ladies and gentlemen these buses, trolleys and trains will not get up to speed on their own that fast. maybe evening commute will be better but it looks like we will be back to normal tomorrow morning's lex day. leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one.
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three hours ago union and septa came to an agreement we will not see a day seven, we had six days of the strike here in philadelphia. >> your days of traffic, you height be able to get to work and school, things should be a lot smoother. this will not affect this morning. how are people reacting at fernrock station. >> reporter: a lot of smiles, excitement. we just broke news to one passenger who said she wish she known she would have slept in but it doesn't change what is happening out here this morning. that train just leaving station here at fernrock. service will be phased back in for trains, buses and trolleys and riders could not be happier. so this means 5,000 union workers back on the job, fully staffed tomorrow morning. septa continues to vest concern over the inconvenience to its riders lives and even apologized for disruption to service over last six days. the transit agency worried about passengers relying on them for service to work, school and doctor's appointments. many say they are not angry
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but relieved to get their lives back to normal. >> the wake up to know that it is finally over, that wye the time i get off today i can get on the bus. i have they ever been so happy to hear. i understand why septa went on strike, i have nothing a against them because pensions are important. i'm happy they are running again because i have doctor's appointments and i want to vote tomorrow. >> i didn't know, because i was running trying to get down here earlier then i normally do. >> are you happy. >> yes, very pleased. >> reporter: it was a week for you. >> oh, high gosh, my granddaughter could not get to school, different things. it is just wonderful. i understood but i'm just so glad. >> reporter: what do you think of the timing tomorrow for election take. >> perfect, perfect timing. >> i was hoping it would happen before that. so i'm glad. >> reporter: that is what a lot of people are calling it perfect timing with election day tomorrow. good news it is all over, bad news it will take little bit
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longer for service to be restored for passengers to feel like life is back to normal, mike and alex. >> thanks, lauren. 6:18. still the big story of the day. >> one of the questions alex just asked what do we do about the transpasses? right now september has not made any official announce. for that. so today go with the plan you have been using all last week, and in worse case you have to pay this morning until we see what is happening with the transpasses and what for later on. as lauren just mentioned no service for the morning rush hour. we will come back on line in this order. market frankford, broad street subway they are two big work horses. they have to do test runs. the these trains have been sitting in the yard for over a week. you know what it is like when your car sits this is driveway for over a week. nobody starts it, you have battery, jump it, make sure we have gas, is in it.
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and the way you have been getting there for the morning, afternoon, hopefully we will have some bright, good news and little brighter operation here. southbound i-95, accident right here near cottman and girard, downtown a live look at vine street expressway get ready for a hot mess today because again even though we solved the strike it is almost like dad gave you a new gift without batteries. you can't use it until at least later on. we have a big event in town. clinton campaign event right up the street, independence mall, it starts at 7:30 but look at this at 10:00 o'clock they will close market street fifth and sixth whole area around independent mall, over through the constitution center. all of that entire area, again, folks got to come to work today they have to use their cars today, parking is going to be tough and check for the no parking signs, before you pull into an open spot, sue, back over to you. 6:19.
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yeah, 6:19. time change over weekend, confused us all high pressure building in. we had a gorgeous autumn weekend and good weather continues today and most importantly, tomorrow, election day because we know that the weather does have an effect on voter turnout, well there are no excuses for tomorrow because we have been warmer then today with temperatures in the mid to upper 60's. so back to today, nothing on radar but be prepared for chilliness out there this morning. only 33 degrees in allentown. forty in the the city. 26 degrees in mount pocono at the moment, 35, in atlantic city. if you have to wait for a puts or ride today you will need to have a jacket on. that is how we are starting out and ending up, 58 degrees today. sixty-seven for tomorrow. wednesday a few showers, it gets wind which a cold front and not too much colder, thursday and try but it will be on saturday. morning temperatures in the 30's, philadelphia walk to end alzheimer's but nothing will stop us on saturday morning.
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at least we will have sunshine, then but if there will be mike and alex a chilly change saturday. check that out. >> i know you recognize this name, janet the reno, first female u.s. attorney general has died. this according to her god daughter, who said that janet died from complications from parkinson's disease. janet was within of the clinton administration's most recognizable figures. we will bring you more updates throughout the morning. she was 78 years old. i hear her that i am i think of two big events: the branch david an complex this waco texas when it went up in flames when she order aid move on that by federal agents and federal agents being authorized by janet the reno as attorney general, back in the year 2,000 i think it was when they went in the house in miami and that picture went around the world and took six year-old he will yan gonzales around the world and sent him
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back to havana cuba 16 years ago. he would be 22 years old. she took heat the for that. tumultuous eight years in the clinton administration for janet reno. 6:22. i mean early right off the bat, buried the eagles, what carson wentz had to say about the interceptions, two of them that puttying also in that big hole 14 to nothing.
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i'm sean bell, eagles falling once again on the road, they have lost four out of their last five games, all four of the losses coming on the road. yesterday, against the giants it was because of another slow start. wentz on his first drive have of the game rolls out to the right and over throws his target. a giants interception. g men will take advantage right away. eli manning hitting odell beckham junior on the slam, obj does the rest. eagles next possession again carson just off today over throws another target for another interception, he just didn't have it today.
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he would later throw another touchdown to roger lewis. eagles lose 28-23. slow start killing them once again: we basically offense basically myself particularly handed this team, handed them 14 points and that is tough. but you know it is a long game. we as an offense we bounced back but we didn't come away witt. >> that is sports in a maybe. the browns laid down furkow boys you knew they would. cowboys riding momentum, with dak prescott find jason witten early for 26 yards. witten had eight catches for 134-yard. good game. cowboys smashed browns 35-ten. they are comfortably ahead of the giants in the nfc east by three games. eagles are in last lays. >> now big question is, tony romo has been practicing, who do they put in now dak and
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romo. >> they would have a revolt if they took dak out now. he is seven-one. well, strike is over, that is big news. >> early morning deal means septa workers will be back on the job but it doesn't mean you will be back on your normal commute. we will let you know when things get back to normallal when it comes to septa. blank. calling on the stars to help win over voters at 11th hour here in philadelphia, where it all began for her, big names, lining up to be at her final rally here at independent mall tonight. 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
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strike is over, septa and union reach an agreement early this morning. help you can expect to see your commute the back to normal. clinton cleared, again, only hours left until americans cast their votes, and another twist in the race for white house, the fbi closes its latest investigation into hillary clinton's e-mails. there will be no charges. reactions there clinton and trump of course. eagles in a tail spin dropping another divisional game, they easily could have one. notice i said dropping another. >> there is another drop. >> does it mean the season is over is this no playoffs, so we finish this out the best we can? what do you think. >> well, there is a chance for a wild card. >> so what you are telling me, there is still a chance. >> yes. >> one in a million. >> good day, it is
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november 7th, 2016. i did say seven. the strike has been going exactly a long with the date of november. so there will be no day seven of the strike. they came to an agreement. it is about three and a half hours ago. >> there is a chance bob kelly our commute could come back to normal soon. >> we keep saying the strike is over, however, it is going to take us through at least the rest of the day until things trickle back in. today's game plan, same deal as we have within dealing with all last week. get behind the wheel, grab your bike, find that alternate. eastbound schuylkill expressway jammo with an accident right here near conshohocken curve. only one lane squeezing in southbound i-95, near allegheny avenue. that is causing a delay from cottman heading in toward center city philadelphia. so early morning delays, here's the deal, no services for morning rush hour even though yes, we had a deal, but coming back in this order,
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market frankford, broad street subway they will be first two lines that come backup. septa has to do test runs. think about it, everything is sitting idle for a week. they have to make sure that the tracks are safe, they have to open up the big garage doors and gates to the station, get all employees back to the turn style booths and buses and trolleys are gassed up, you know what your car is like when you don't take it out for a week. so services will be phased back in throughout the day with trickling service each and every hour as we go through and then hopefully this afternoon you'll see an increase and 100 percent by this time tomorrow. all concern all eyes on this big campaign event, sue. not only will there be motorcade hadness in center city, it is out doors, what is weather like. >> with the doors opening up at 4:00 and sunsetting before 5:00, you have to be prepared for darkness earlier then we were used to. so be alerted about that. we have off to a frosty start.
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buddy has a warm jacket on, waiting for a ride. we have lifted our advisory but still chilly, we have at the airport a temperature of 40 degrees. look at your sunrise time 6:37 an hour earlier then it was on friday. when we were last together. twenty-six in mount pocono. thirty-two in reading. thirty-seven in wilmington. thirty-nine in wildwood a lieutenant of sunshine today will take us to a high of 58 degrees, but we have to emphasize mike and alex how early the sun does set 4:52. >> 4:52. >> yeah. >> so early. >> come on. well, it is a farming thing i need to get my crops in the morning isn't that how this all started. >> this should help us go to sleep earlier. >> that is true, like going on tonight we have a big event we will tell but in a bit. good news is for septa riders the strike is over, officially, tentative agreement. >> both side making a deal to get city moving again, steve has been pretty much with them
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all night covering this. >> that is why i like to do stay up all night with steve, hey, steve. >> reporter: you know what i passed by union headquarters every day. look up here sorry, i didn't plan to do this. that is callowhill exit. so coming from new jersey get off i-95 and come down here north second street. i see these guys daily, so today i was told hey don't drive by us, stop by us because we have some news for you and you might want to tell your people to get ready because the strike is over but don't say that just yet. they were right. willie brown hurt his back during negotiations, they push him around here in the wheelchair and then he has crutches. maybe it was back breaking negotiations but because he had a bad back, septa guys came over here to make the announcement. what happened is they are meeting in this hotel. hotel has electrical maintenance. they shut the hotel down electric wise at midnight and
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they say you guys to have leave. they didn't stop negotiating. they kept talking. union guys come here. septa on market street at 12th and market. state mediator in their minivan is going back and forth. that is the stuff you all slept through. here is the septa general manager jeff, how hard has his first year been. regional rail problems, all of the the trains that were bad. he gets the a strike once the trains get running again. regional rail trains are packed again. here he is, talking about what bob kelly said, how long will it take stuff to get going. >> it is hit or miss. as em lease report, for duty, and as we have enough we will activate a route and so, over the course of the day, services will come backup. even if the p.m. rush we should be mostly good. it really will take, usually takes a full 24 hours for us to really be running, absolutely full service, normal service. >> reporter: what do you expect to be running first buses and trains.
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>> it all tea pend. probably the broad street and el will be coming up pretty soon and then it is, we try to put out some of the heavier bus routes first and then it just progresses on as day goes on. >> reporter: i waited for my collogues. i asked the question at the end and said why does it always take a strike to get a new septa contract because this is the 11th strike, since i was a kid, in high school over in camden, and in south jersey. he said you waited this long for that question because that is the key question. can they ever get a deal done without a strike but this deal will be five years. so we have five years until another strike. it gets to be like haley's comet, they will always have to strike to get a deal done. don't be surprised and we have bob brady on and my question to him was that little shindig they have at independent tonight, hillary clinton, former president bill clinton, springsteen, bon jovi, they didn't want strike signs, they
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didn't want a union disruption which democrats and labor are always together but not so together, so don't be surprised if the white house said get the this deal done and get it done now before we get into town. bob brady says there was a little pressure from the white house. >> a little. a little. >> haley's comet reference in the 6:00 o'clock hour. haley's comet comes around every 75 years, this will come around another five years. will steve and i still be here. >> yes, you will. >> i was here last time. >> you have been through 11 of them. >> all right, steve, i doubt i will be here, five years. >> people are still celebrating, with the septa strike is over but regional rail next don't they have their contract. hate to bring it up. >> now that the septa strike is over, we will look toward regional rails. commuters will be able to get back on public transportation. we say soon because not right now. >> no.
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>> too quick. >> reporter: that is right, not right now but still a lot of smiles here at septa regional rail station. people excited this morning as they wake up and learned about the end of the septa strike. now passengers are remembering what a nightmare last week was for them as those negotiations were underway. a lot of paperwork passed back and forth across the table between transport workers union and septa. at the center of it all pensions and paychecks. there was a issue of work place safety issues and we heard about surveillance cameras. in the end, passengers are just happy about this morning. what do you think, it is over. >> it is over. it is. i came here for nothing. i love it because it was time. it was so bad. >> i'm so happy i can get home much quicker then it takes he. as far as the crowds and people that don't usually drive that were on the roads, it was pretty dangerous. i saw u turns in the middle of busy streets and it was crazy.
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but i'm glad it is over and i'm glad they got what they needed. >> what about the timing with election day tomorrow. >> it is great, because i was worried. i still leave work early in order to vote because i most definitely have to vote. >> perfect timing, perfect time. they knew that. they are getting together before we all have to vote. >> reporter: everyone was worried on both side about election day. we saw that mentioned in that injunction that was filed with more congestion on the the road, overcrowded trains, delayed or late trains people thought they raced against the clock to cast their ballots on time but that is all over. we expect services to be resumed by tomorrow. that is good news. bad news it is inconvenient this morning but it is only one more day mike anal he can. >> one more day. >> stay warm, 6:39. >> the race for senate is an important one for control of the senate, here on "good day philadelphia" last week, in fact, katie mcginty is using
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that interview on her web site. >> i noticed that. >> that was quite interesting interview that got buzz over the weekend. >> we noticed it because we were on our web site getting ready to prepare for her, she has had an open invitation, she accepted it early last week and then cancelled. toomey has called every day to have her on and she has repeatedly decline. >> and new time has run out. >> election kay is tomorrow. >> ahead of tomorrow's election, the fbi makes a major announcement yesterday, no charges against hillary clinton over her use of a private e-mail server. fbi director james comey says agency has reviewed, all of the e-mails, discovered on a lap top. not hers, but anthony weiner and his estrange wife's lap top and it has found no criminal wrongdoing so clinton did not mention it the at her rally last night but her running hate says he is not surprised. that the fbi made this
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decision. donald trump, of course, it is more proof that the system is now rigged again. well, tonight the bruce springsteen and jon bon jovi that dude right here will join clinton campaign in its final rally about a block from where we're sitting right now, alex holley. >> for more on this rally tonight jen freddie's at independent mall. there are setups going on. >> reporter: check it out, they keep saying independent hall will be the backdrop but it looks like it is really independent visitor center and yeah, as you mentioned bruce springsteen, jon bon jovi, president barack obama with his wife michelle obama, bill clinton and hillary clinton. as they come here, 7:30 it this this will be the last speech, the last ditch effort for hillary clinton, to ask for your vote. it is interesting they are doing this. right after dnc she planned to be in this exact location
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talking to people but the weather, it was awful. so they moved it inside at temple university. i guess she really wanted independent hall rally. doors opened up at 4:00 p.m. it begins at 7:30 tonight. a lot of people are happy that septa is resolved now because if they want to take the train and they can't as you know there are many train stops along market street so come in from the burbs or different part of the city, you will be okay. check this out, aren't you advised they are doing ate begins that. you have the constitution center, which looks really pretty and you have independent hall, during the pope's visits this was an amazing backdrop. >> i think i know why. >> why do you think that is. >> it is bigger. >> no. >> it is more symbolic to have the hall, and instead of the visitors center. i'm guessing for logistics to keep everybody warm, inside, you probably could not do that at the hall but you can do it at independent visitors center
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that is off the top of my head. >> i get it wouldn't you move the stage to the side. >> you would think you would move it with that in the background all lit up. >> we will have plenty of tea tails on where donald trump will spend his last take tonight, what part of the country. i think he hade 11 stops over the last 48 hours, 11 stops. >> there is a reporter covering i and they have been to seven states in just 24 hours. seven states. >> time push. >> they are both 70, 69 years of age how they have that stamina i don't know. another loss for eagles. and their season is in serious trouble. do they have any playoff chance, at all with a record of four and four. three losses against division rivals. 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.
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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. i lost the the the bet. i made a bet with my 15 year-old son noah who was a giants fan, that if the giant winnie with wear jersey, and if the eagles won wow wear my eagles jersey on the school bus and post it. how does your son become a giants fan. when he was at that football formidable age, you know, he is 15 now, giants were winning, eagles were not good. my other nephew who became a football fan loves the seattle
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seahawks. it is whatever age kid are at the when they become football crazy, thus, the giants, jersey, so, i am, paying off my best. and here we are. >> let's move on. >> live look, accident here at conshohocken. jammed up from cottman, in through july avenue. i was hoping reversing the curse would have work on friday. should we get the horse back for this. >> it is a computes, funny. in 2004 how old was no a. >> in 2004, he is 15 right now. >> he was three. >> yes, we were in the super bowl then. >> he is too young. >> i think whatever age he was at, our disney world photo the owe, the the whole family, he has a giants jersey on. talk about the heat i have been taking with that. here's the deal with the regional rails, no service
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during the morning rush hour, it will come back in this order. market frankford subway, buses, trolley, phase it back in throughout the day, so for today, at least this morning's game plan go with the plan you have had for the last, couple of weeks. the and don't drop it. sue by has the forecast in 15 seconds. bob kelly quickly removing that jersey, quickly as possible. and dry, seasonal, temperatures, for to take and then above average for tomorrow, which is pretty convenient because as you may have heard, tomorrow is election day. and with this forecast nothing is, stopped you, weather-wise, 67 degrees, tomorrow and upper
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60's every where else. no rain right now. it is chilly though. i'll warn you it is 33 in allentown. thirty-six in lancaster. forty in the city. twenty's in the mountains and hazelton and 35 in atlantic city. we do have a nippy one this morning. it is in the 40's this lewis, delaware as we get started. average high is down to 59, and it is sunset earlier, and 63 was our high yesterday. fifty-eight today. upper 60's, a ten weather-wise for election day tomorrow, and it does get chillier as we head in the weekend. that is your seven day forecast, mike and alex. >> thanks, sue. >> eagles/giants match up all came down to this. >> fourth and ten carson wentz and jordan hat yous they cannot connect. and we lose. so now we're four-four. last place in the nfc east. and now zero and three against division opponents.
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>> so, front page of the daily news today, it looks as if he is trying to headache himself, throw up. yeah, us too. hard not to gag with the play calling, stalled drives and interceptions. burn, baby burn. disco fern owe. coaches and rookie, still have some learning to to. dave uram is here. hi dave. >> hello. >> let's just analyze that last play, what was said in the huddle, i will throw it way off to your right side or to the inside shoulder. >> they weren't on the same page. you could say it could go both ways. it looks like wentz over throws him, maybe maybe little less on the ball. either was i pederson says it came down to execution. they didn't excuse that play. >> let's go for it, on fourth down. >> see, that is my biggest beef when it comes to this game. i get it is on doug pederson. look at this play.
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when you are behind, that play is awful. those designed runs for wentz didn't work all day. that play is terrible. other one they gave it to the smalles guy on the field, darren sproles. when you are losing on the road and you have an opportunity to get points, get the points. get the points. some people say i like the aggressiveness just call better lays. get the play is last game he was like i need to be more aggressive, i will be more aggressive. he was too aggressive. >> last game they had the lead so it makessens to get a bigger lead. earlier in the fourth downs were working for them they had the lead. they were down yesterday. get the points. you're on the road. >> coach didn't throw two interception toss start the game to get the in the the 14 to nothing hole. >> that is a big thing too. carson wentz was awful yesterday. about time he starts taking criticism. >> look at this first play, he doesn't plant at all. >> he is playing like a rookie now he is laying like a kid
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who division 2a ball, and he is laying look a rookie. also slow start on the coaching staff, on doug pederson, on jim schwartz for defense coming out and getting lost in those defensive routes against odell beckham. >> is wentz just beginner's luck if he is showing he is a rookie now. >> he will be in a good quarterback but he is playing with the rookie. it starts with the head coach because of the the play he is call and it comes down to preparation and execution. >> bryce treggs. >> somebody with some speed with some speed was put on the field and why wasn't he on the field before, why did it take him nine weeks to be active to be on the field for a game, and that goes back to what are the coaches thinking. >> nine weeks and a hand gun on the walt whitman bridge. >> yes. >> coming back in the 7:00 o'clock. >> sure. >> we have sixers at least. >> oh, no, they are over.
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>> oh, geese. >> coaching on the court and off the court sixers looking to make things right with sevyn streeter the agreement they have reached. they say she will sing the national anthem in that shirt in december. how does that sit with you. i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was
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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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sixers decided to allow seven streeter to come back and sing national anthem. she will perform next month, last month you may remember she was pulled by the team at last minute, sixers even up apologizing after a lot of backlash on social media, and now, they have invited her back to sing and she has announced she has accepted their apology and will perform december 16th and she will perform, wearing that same, jersey, the we matter jersey at the game, there is a lot of reaction on this, just came out over the weekend and she said they plan to work together with the sixers to do multiple community outreach rams and first initiative will be with the boys and girls club of philadelphia. so, to matter how we feel at least there is some sort of -- where are you going. >> i saw a bus. i haven't seen a bus in six days. >> anyway back to where i was saying. >> navy yard. >> even though it caused drama and different people, really strong opinions about this at least the boys and girls club will be benefiting and they will come together and work
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for them. >> love the boys and girls club. >> they said i'm not going. >> they are protesting they will not go to that game, they will go, support her and it is interesting and they don't agree with what the sixers did. i have a full statement on my social media page alex holley tax >> hit me up on twitter. >> mike fox 29. >> alex holley fox nine. >> septa strike, just getting up? did you hear word about 3:00 this morning they came to an agreement. >> it is all over. >> and there is steve. >> yeah, transport workers union stamp, nearly 5,000 going back to work if the eagles secondary can even their strike city will be completely happy.
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and i would, suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: they're not for you. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. perfect timing. >> it is fantastic timing. >> it is great, ways worried, i said we work early in order to vote it is over at 3:00 this morning a septa strike end with the deal, just in time for election day, so when, will everything get back to normal. it will take a while 24 hours maybe this evening's commute will be better, and we will start taking regular trains, buses and trolleys. steve with the details. >> and, 24 hours to go, another major twist in the race for the white house, the fbi ends it latest


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