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reporter jessica boyington who's looking at your morning commute. what are you seeing? >> right, they're saying at least 16 hours or so from the start of the service being back -- put back in service. about 16 hours between then and having full service again. we're still going to have one more day at least one more day, one more çafternoon, one more evening commute that looks like it did since last tuesday at least. we're watching the regional rails for some of the overflow of commuters, expecting delays there as well. not yet though. watching the boulevard, cameras around 9th street. an accident scene pushed over to the side, blocking part of the right-hand shoulder as well. traffic moving towards the schuylkill expressway is doing okay. they're all moving by. that's where they're going and moving by the scene of this accident with police activity there as well. watch for that. we'll keep you updated there. also watching 95, this is moving through delaware, though, an 11-minute trip at the most, northbound from 295 to 495 with speeds also into the 60s. vai? >> thank you, jessica. i've been retweeting matt
delucia who is keeping an eye on this and has the latest information for us. >> he's at the union hall right now. matt, what can you tell us? >> tracy and vai, last half hour we were over at septa headquarters. that's where we saw some of the septa workers finalizing that tentative deal. we moved over here to the union hall, twu 234 and within the past few minutes they drove up in these cars and went inside the union hall, including the septa chairman who i spoke with a little while ago. they are inside discussing the final parts of this deal and getting ready to sign that deal that just happened within the past couple of hours. this agreement here. now, when that is finished we do expect septa to brief us on the details, again, the union and septa, they are in there right now discussing these final details. we first learned of the tentative deal around 3:00 this morning. we are still gathering new information minute by minute.
here's some is of our conversation with the septa chairman a few minutes ago. >> i think it worked out great. i think our guys on staff did a magnificent job negotiating. and willie did the right thing and was working hard on this thing, wanted a settlement. it's great for our riders. i think we'll be okay. i don't want to get too far out until we get over there and see everything. okay? >> as we mentioned at the top of the hour çhere, he are expecti a news conference around 5:15. as you talk about the signings, there might be minute details in terms of signature and what have you, people shaking hands that might delay the news conference. we are standing by for that. this would wrap up more than six days of back and forth, both sides rea s blaming each other. a judge was supposed to revisit this topic this morning but that may not be necessary.
when the deal becomes official and it's all signed, we expect services to start trickling back. that might take upwards of 16 hours as jessica mentioned for everything to come back online according to septa. this has been quite a crazy morning. if you can imagine here, because there were negotiations going on here and over at septa. you might remember earlier last week they were negotiating at the sheraton. but they had a power outage this morning. both sides were separated and they had to communicate electronic electronically. within the past few hours they came to a tentative deal. that's why they are here inside right now. we'll stay on top of the details and bring you the news conference as it happens live. penn's landing, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. we'll continue to follow the deal and the time line of buses, trolleys and subways back to service. it will take 16 hours in total to get everything back to normal, according to septa. make sure you have the nbc 10
app. you'll find the latest information on the deal and efforts to get things up and running and lingering impact on your commute. 5:04 now to decision 2016. we are about 26 hours away from the start of election day. polls will open at 7:00 a.m. on tuesday in pennsylvania. in delaware, one more earlier in the state of new jersey. one day away from the election and today pennsylvania will be the center of the political world. >> both candidates will be here today as they try to grab the battleground state. nbc 10's pamela osborne is live at independence mall with what's happening for both candidates. pamela? ç >> tracy, vai, good morning to both of you. good morning to all of you at home. here at independence mall, it will be the site of a huge rally for the democratic side of things today. you can see they're still setting up some of the stuff ahead of tonight's event. president obama, the first lady will be making one final push for hillary clinton in philadelphia by rallying voters hours before the polls open.
bon jovi and bruce springsteen will be performing. the event opens up at 4:00. the program starts at 7:30. clinton herself will be at the rally urging voters to make history by electing her president. here's what the democratic nominee had to say to voters at a rally in new hampshire. >> our future is in our hands. and anyone who says they're going to stay on the sidelines or it doesn't matter really doesn't understand this election. we have to get every american eligible to vote, registered to vote. >> meanwhile, on the republican side, it will be a busy day for donald trump with appearances across five states. he will go from florida to north carolina and by 5:30, the republican presidential nominee will be in scranton, trying to motivate voters there. as you know, donald trump has made several claims that the system is rigged.
here's his take on election day. >> she's being protected by a rigged system. totally rigged system. i've been saying that for a long time. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. the people know it. and now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box on november 8th. >> and this is it. this is really the last chance that both presidential candidates have to really connect with voters, to meet with voters face to face in pennsylvania before they hit the polls tomorrow morning. those polls open up at 7:00 a.m. reporting live at independence mall, i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news.ç now, the news the fbi closed the e-mail investigation is shaking up the presidential election again. fbi director james comey sent a letter to congress saying we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in july with respect to secretary clinton. that happened yesterday.
hillary clinton is not saying anything about the e-mails or comey. donald trump is dismissing the fbi announcement with more talk of a rigged system. >> we're glad this matter is resolved is. >> we have to begin listening to one another and respecting one another. >> right now she's being protected by a rigged system. you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in a day. you can't do it, folks. >> republicans are criticizing comey's investigation while democrats say none of these developments should have been made public so close to the election. tune in tonight for our special campaign countdown show. get the breakdown from our political punchout experts and live reports from clinton's rally on independence mall tonight at 7:00 right here on nbc 10. 5:07. 41 degrees outside. eagles fans are waking up frustrated. >> the birds blew it yesterday at metlife stadium against division rivals new york giants. here's a look at the philadelphia "daily news" on the
front and back covers on one, a picture of carson wentz making a gesture like he wants to be sick. the headline, yeah, us, too. the other with the head line learn, baby, learn. the eagles were down five points late in the game. wentz could not connect with wide receiver jordan matthews in the end zone. wentz and pederson talked about the loss after the game. >> it's tough, all four losses, we've been right in them. in the middle of the game as an offense you're excited. it shows the coach believes in you. obvious lly we didn't get a couple. that's frustrating. he'll play aggressive and be aggressive. we have to execute those. >> this is part of our growth process on offense. rookie quarterback, young receivers, you know, got a veteran offensive line. at the same time, we're trying we're trying to do it right and they're hurting. i'm hurting. >> we're all hurting, coach. the eagles fall to 4-4 and still
haven't won a divisional game yet. the birds are back at the link next week where the team has not lost a game yet this year. the birds play the falcons next sunday at 1:00. join us before the game at 9:30 on sunday. we'll get you ready with eagles game day kickoff. after the game, we still have you covered with eagles game day final. nine minutes after 5:00. it's a chilly one this morning. skies are clear in philadelphia. the temperatures have fallen into the middle 40s in center city. some of the neighborhoods and most of the suburbs have cooled down into the 30s this morning. look at the lehigh valley, the suburbs and delaware, all in the upper 30s. middle 30s right now for new jersey and 41 at the shore. 41 degrees at philadelphia international is at the airport. parkside, manayunk, andorra, chestnut hill, west mt. airy, all in the 30s.
parkwood, bustleton in the 30s. society hill 43 degrees, now down to 43 degrees in center city. we have less than two hours away from sunrise. we have time for the temperatures to cool down a bit more. skies over wise are clear. we will see lots of sunshine. 6:37 this morning. bright, sunny skies through the day. it is going to be a chilly autumn day today. temperatures in the 30s, heading into the 50s this afternoon. for philadelphia, 43 degrees at 8:00. by lunch time, 52 with bright sunshine. that's going to feel pretty good and 55 degrees at 4:00. the suburbs nothing but sunshine here. that northerly wind keeping skies clear and conditions dry. for the lehigh valley, 37 degrees at 8:00. into the 50s, though, this afternoon. lower 50s at 4:00. that's when the temperatures start coming down. the sunsets just before 5:00 in the evening. delaware, sunny skies, 41 degrees at 8:00. 53 at noontime.
andç plenty of sunshine for ne jersey, inland areas and at the shore. both locations in the low 40s at 8:00 -- 80s would be very unusual. 51 at noontime, 52 at the shore and into middle 50s this afternoon. that's at 4:00. election day, looks significantly different. in a good way. we'll see lots of sunshine and a big warmup, too. a chilly start, 30s and low 40s. look at this. some areas in the 60s by lunch time and warming into the upper 60s in the afternoon. cooling down into the 50s by 8:00 tomorrow evening. 10 day on 10 when i come back in less than ten minutes. all right, thank you, bill. 11 minutes past 5:00 a.m. there is finally a light at the end of the tunnel and it's not a septa bus. >> we are waiting for an announcement of it to be official that the septa vike is over. until then, we continue to follow things on the regional rails. jessica? >> it will do that all day into the afternoon and evening
commute as well. we still expect delays on the regional rails. once the service goes back in service for the subways, buses and trolleys, we won't see a normal schedule until about 16 hours or so afterwards. we'll see service delays there. watching all of that for you all morning and checking back in with the boulevard. we had an earlier accident on the southbound side around 9th street. the southbound side of the boulevard back to normal. here is the schuylkill expressway. no big problems or delays right now. good to go into center city, eastbound from the blue route to the vine street expressway. that's just a 12-minute trip. trac tracy? >> thanks. e-convicts in our area have a hard time finding jobs out of prison but one local nonprofit is trying to change that. 12 minutes past 5:00. plus, we're following the breaking news on a tentative agreement reached between septa and its largest union.
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5:16. we are following this breaking news. septa and its largest union are expected to make a join the announcement any minute now. we are at penn's landing at twu headquarters where the announcement will be made. we'll bring it to you live when it happens. more breaking news this morning, janet reno, the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general died early this morning. her granddaughter she's is he died from complications of parkinson's disease. reno served nearly eight years as attorney general under bill clinton who was president then. she was well known for the raid in waco, 1993 and when the 5-year-old elian gonzalez was taken from the little havana home of his miami relatives so he could be returned to his father in cuba. janet reno served from 1993 to
2001. she was 78 years old. 5:16. 41 degrees outside. happening today, new bus service is starting between dover and newark. d.a.r.t. launches the 302 bus service, linking dover, smyrna, townsend, glasgow and newark. 5:17. let's get you to work as weç await the septa announcement that the strike has ended. >> yes, this is going to it be a relief for thousands of riders who use septa, trolleys and subway every morning. 16 hours is will what it will take, basically the rest of this day. let's check in with jessica boyington who has more on the situation. jessica? >> thanks, vai and tracy, yes, watching the regional rails this morning. we are expecting some of the delays. not yet. the bus, sway and trolley, still not dealing with service through center city as well. so watching for that, of course, all morning and watching the roads. watching through center city for
any overflow of cars on the roads. not yet, though, still a little bit after 5:00 in the morning. this is the vine street expressway. our cameras around broad street. east and westbound cars are moving. we didn't deal with that construction either. watching 422, you can still see we are in the green, eastbound from 29 to the schuylkill. that's an eight-minute trip. average speeds still into the 60s. lastly, new jersey roads around route 38 and haddonfield road, near cherry hill, new jersey. no problems or delays yet. we will start to see some as the morning rush is under way. not yet. maybe in the next 45 minutes or so. i'll be back in ten with more updates on septa. all right, jessica, thanks, 5:18. let's get you updated on the forecast. it's a chilly morning, bill. >> the temperatures are coming down, clear skies over philadelphia. 30s and 40s in the city. most of the rest of the area is in the 30s.
a couple spots in the 20s. south jersey down to 35. delaware 39. look at the upper 30s in the suburbs and the lehigh valley. that's 37 degrees, well, there are a couple neighborhoods in the 20s. blandon down to 29 degrees while reading and fleetwood in the middle 30s along with kutztown, 34 in bath. white hall 30 degrees. expect that to drop into the 20s before sunshine starts to warm things up. below freezing for bethlehem and easton. a cold start. we'll see lots of sunshine today. your 10 day on 10 also has a warming trend. cool today, 57 çdegrees. that's about normal for this time of year. sunshine through the day. sunshine is back tomorrow. even though it will be a chilly morning, we'll see a quick warmup into the upper 60s tomorrow afternoon. the warming trend comes to an end there as clouds build on wednesday. i do expect to see showers on wednesday come through. they clear out for thursday and friday. the rest of the workweek is looking just fine. but gets chilly this weekend. low 40s in the morning, 50s in
the afternoon, lower 50s at that for saturday and sun. clouds and some breaks of sunshine. the winds will be blowing, too. monday, still chilly but a slow warmup next week. partly sunny skies tuesday and a chance of showers on wednesday but it will come with some warmer weather. for us today, it will be nice and dry. no sign of any showers for us. the wet weather will be here on wednesday, still has a long way to go, well off to our northwest. vai? >> thank you, bill. the most expensive senate campaign ever and it's all coming down to the wire. just ahead, we'll show you just how close the race between pat toomey and katie mcginty is right now and what it means for congress. we're following breaking news throughout the morning. septa officials say they have finalized a deal with twu local 234. we'll have the update coming up
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breaking news happening right now, septa and union leaders are announcing a deal. let's listen. >> [ inaudible ]. >> people who are waiting 2 1/2 hours to get -- >> we are waiting to hear. that is pat leon, the septa chairman. we're waiting to hear details. here's what we know because septa has sent out an announcement saying that a deal
has been struck. it's a five-year deal that will bring 4,700 employees who have been on strike back to work. it will take a while to get everything back up and running but promise full service by the beginning of tomorrow morning's rush. >> both sides, you see representative dwight evans sitting there on the right to the left of deon. both sides credit him for helping negotiate ting the negotiations and helping a deal get done today. >> we're not sure yet. contract numbers might be all up. >> everybody is all smiles. we'll continue to monitor this. matt delucia is there live. we'll go back when they continue to talk and give us new details about the agreement. that's the headline, the breaking news, that the septa strike aover and everybody is sitting there at the table waiting to announce the details. wd'll keep you . 5:25 right now.
>> a cool start this morning, temperatures for most locations, most of the neighborhoods are in the 30s this morning. but we have a lot of sunshine ahead. and the temperatures will respond. here's a live view, live view of center city with clear skies at this hour. the temperatures are still coming down. now just over an hour and ten minutes away from sunrise this morning. that's your neighborhood forecast, just ahead. jessica boyington she's in the first alert traffic center. good morning, jessie. >> good morning. bill. we're watching camden, new jersey right now. camera's on 38, no big problems or delays. most of the roads still look like this now. again, we're watching the roads and the rails. we'll be back with more septa updates at 5:30. breaking news, the septa strike is over. it will take many hours to get everything back up and running. all parties are sitting at a table making the announcement. until we get detailses, the g
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nbc 10 breaking news. >> happening right now, septa union leaders are announcing a deal. let's listen. >> thank you, gentlemen, very much. >> okay. again, we're pleased to announce a tentative agreement with twu local 234. this will end the strike in the city -- the transit decision will be phased back in today. we believe this agreement is fair to all employees and our customers and taxpayers. we know that the strike has caused hardship for thousands of