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>> a ship is finally back in texas after turned away from mexico because a passenger on board was connected to ebola patient. >> i'm walter perez. >> i'm sarah bloomquist. >> and the big story on "action news" tonight is an action news exclusive. interview with a woman that says she spotted accused cop-killer eric frein. in fact this is where she told "action news" she came feet from a man holding a rifle. investigators believe it was frein and they're considering it
an important new clue in the five week man hunt. our vernon odom is live now in paradise township tonight with the latest. vernon. >> good evening right now i'm in the swift water section of paradise township where saerk frein was spotted by a local resident 50 hours ago. she was out for a casual walk. >> she was standing over by an abandoned truck. >> tonight a spoke with the woman who state police are convinced ran into eric frein near her home not far from the high school he attended in monroe county friday night. she's not wanting her identity revealed. she told me it was at this empty house an abandoned truck she spotted the man with a rifle not realizing it was eric freinch the cop-killing suspect on the run up here in the poconos for more than a month. >> he had actually turned towards me and that's where you could see the mudd on his face. you could tell what hite he was based off the truck he was standing next to. >> he had a gun you.
>> could clearly tell it ways gun. >> rifle. >> rifle with a scope attached to it. it looked as though he was looking for something or looking which way to go. he avoided making eye contact i had the light shining on his upper half, face, it was kind of confusing this guy was not startled by me. >> she immediately ran to the house and called police and they questioned her ten to 15 times. her story turned in a flood of fbi and law enforcement personnel pouring into this area mile south of where frooen allegedly killed and shot a state trooper and wounded another. hundreds have been coming the poconos looking for him five yeekz. tonight word schools will open here tomorrow but with added security. >> i'll probably go to school tomorrow. but i mean it's not a great idea to keep the school would if he's going around the school. >> he was wearing like a dark navy like tight like wool cap
rolled up at the ends. >> tonight, eric frein remains at large. i'm vernon odom for "action news" at 10, live on phl17. >> all right. thank you, vernon. well, if you're outside tonight at any point you know it is pretty chilly. the action cam caught plenty of appropriately bundled people out and about in center city and some viewers in the area it will get frostee overnight. meteorologist karen rogers is in for melissa with a check of the accuweather forecast. >> hi, karen. >> hello, we have these frost advisories and freeze warnings in effect part of the region. i want to show you where this is. as you look at the maps areas of purple is frost advisory. northwest suburbs, allentown and mount pocono freeze warnings there and south jersey, lakehurst, hammonton. millville. and the pine barrens you see the freeze in effect.
temperatures already 33 in mount poconos and 42 allentown and 40 reading dipped in 51 in philadelphia and in the 30s in millville you can get frost 35, 36 degrees you don't needs to be at freezing because air temperature would be higher than those plants. >> and i only getting 40 in philadelphia. no frost in the city. and 33 in mill villa long the boardwalk in ac. 40s on details of what is ahead after this chilly night in a few minute. >> karen. thank you. well this is is surveillance video of the men police say held up the chicky and petes in drexel hill before opening today. the pair put a gun to manage aers head and got away with thousands of dollars.
"action news" reporter skep live outside the sports bar now with the full details. >> kenneth? >> some employees were arriving for work this morning. >> they were armed and masked in this surveillance seen first on "action news." we could see two robbers walked into the managers office at this drexel hill chickie's and pete's. >> some dead beat people decided to get one over on us. >> just before opening on 9 a.m. the man forced the female officer for more than 16,000. they took her wedding rings. before other cameras captured them moving women and three kitchen employees into a back freezer at gun point.
>> and one gunman could be found wearing a chickie's and pete's sweatshirt. >> they had information to what they were doing. so this was a well-planned robbery. again. the best part about it is nobody got hurt. >> hours after the popular sports bar and restaurant reopened we spotted customer in philadelphia district attorney seth williams. >> and trying to support the community, giving jobs to some many people. and it's very difficult and sad to know that that happens out here in delaware county as i know well too often in philadelphia. >> it came as a sthp was well known chain first armed robbery in 40 year history. >> it's a safe community. it's a great community.
>> and gut away car possibly a silver prius. reporting live in drexel hill. phl17, walter. >> thank you, kenneth. the man wanted for a deadly attack at a bar in upper darby is now in police custody. miguel escalone was arrestsed in philadelphia. investigators say he stabbed another man in the neck at a barron marketel earlier this mom the victim died at the hospital. he is in the u.s. illegally and faces several charges including first degree murder. 17 mile police khaiv through delaware down they ended with the car flipped in chadsford. state police began pursuing the vehicle in route 5 2 media and route 1 south to route 352. the driver lost control of the vehicle and it overturned. the driver was taken into custody and now faces a long list of
charges. no word tonight why police started pursuing that vehicle in the first place. the hunt is on for the masked man who held up a philadelphia 7-eleven this morning a mish et ceteray. investigators tell us the suspect entered the floor north street, east oak lane after 6 a.m. he threatened clerk with machete and took off with cash. police are hoping someone comes forward with a tip on identity of the suspect. fire officials are working to determine the cause of the fire that forced five people out of their homes in the city's fernrock section. firefighters were called to the 5800 block of north 7th overnight and it took 30 minutes top get the blaze under control. three adults, two year old and teenager were all hospitalized for smoke inhalation. >> family of thomas eric dunkin will be released from isolation in less than two hours for the first time in 21 days free from twice daily "healthcheck" force ebola.
luiz troe says this is bittersweet she's glad to be healthy and still grieving her fiancee's death. the cruiseship carrying a dallas healthcare worker handling dunkin's has been specimens is in texas and tested negative for ebola. after the word got out the cruiseship wasen died entry in mexico and forced to turn around and head back to the united states. the woman showed no symptoms and decided toself quarantine. >> i am upset they didn't get their rules in place fast enough. she asked it to be able to cruise they said okay. >> adding to the drama a coastguard flew to the ship and received a blad sample and again she tested negative for ebola.
>> a lawyer for glen straub filed an appeal friday. the propertyty brook field asset management out of toronto went for $110 million. she vowed to appeal the sale saying the layers accepted the company's past a specified deadline and did not share information about competing bids. regardless, attorneys for brookfield asset management hope to close the deal in owe two months. >> coming up at 10:00, fire set, tier gas. what happened a festival. and college restaurants behind the chaos. >> and a walk down the aisle made possible by determination and science. the man called the bionic groom and science. the man called the bionic groom and his blushing at
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>> police investigating the missing student college student hannah graham returned to where human remains were discovered yesterday. a skull, bones and pair of pants in dry creek bed south of charlottesville, virginia. pants similar to the one graham wore when she vanished open september 13. jessie matthew was charged with her abduction. a man in indiana confessed one woman confession led to three more bodies.
and the 43-year-old suspect admitted to murdering a woman found in motel 6 friday night. then he told officers where they could find other possible homicide victims. the women have not yet been identified and it's not yet clear how they died. a fall tradition ended with police firing tier gas and dozens after rests at a college in new hampshire. chaos broke out during the annual pumpkin festival last night. hundreds clashed with police after notoriously rowdy party turned violent. some jumped on cars and started fires and 49 people were arrested. >> a racy photo shoot prompted an investigation at a national guard base in utah. swim outta models were given -- swimsuit models were given military equipment. they were granted permission without notifying commanding officers. the man in charge of photo shoot deposit mean to create search a
problem. meantime the photos from the shoot will be used in a calendar sold to raise money for wounded service members. >> meteorologist cash karen is in for melissa and joins us with the forecast. >> getting saucy in some spots. we're opening up the weather window starting with satellite 6 and action radar. clear skies much of the day. now within the past couple hours you see how the clouds moved in. at this point they're high, thin, cirrus clouds and if they were to thick ten would prevent frost. we will he keep a close ion that. clouds insulate the neat there. temperatures will not drop as much then. looking now at some of the pictures people tweeted and sent us on facebook. i saw this fwrun peter and loved it. sunseting in williamstown and you get an idea how much sunshine and few clouds perfect they rolled in. colleen sent this in, in montgomery county, look at the
leaves on the ground. even more so now because of the high winds today. nearly tropical storm force winds through the area. look at these gusts, 38 miles an hour. mount pocono, wilmington, 38 miles an hour, atlantic city 35, west chester 33, in philadelphia the top gusts was about 32. as you look at the wind speeds it dropped dramatically. calm throughout the region. 3 mile wind in philadelphia. if we had more wind it would stir up the atmosphere and prevent us from getting that frost. let's take a look right now at the temperatures that we expect as you head out nice and early. it will be a chilly one for the bus stops. in the city, sunshine and clouds, 6 a.m., 40 and by 8 a.m., 41. in the suburbs we'll see temperatures around the freezing mark. in many areas you will need to bundle up a little bit. tonight, partly cloudy skies, chilly, 40 in the city. that's not bad. it is below average. again sitting at 32 degrees in many of the suburbs which is why we have the frost advisories and freeze warnings for overnight hours into tomorrow morning.
now, tomorrow, the clouds thickening and we do have the chance for a late-day shower and high of 61 degrees. winds pig up a little bit. let's take a look at how this day plays out. 7 a.m., 41 with sunshine and clouds, 10 a.m., 49. clouds thickening through the day by 1 p.m., 57 and 4 p.m., 61 that's the high for the day and we stay dry during the day and when the showers move in they stick around. details coming up in the 7-day forecast in a few minutes, walter. >> thank you, karen. >> it sure was sweater weather and that provided a back drop for outdoor event in philadelphia urban nutrition initiative hosted third annual harvest festival at bartram's garden. families here snapped up fresh produce from the community garden and since fall, hayrides and pumpkin painting as well. well, children who endured a tedious and sometimes difficult medical protocol at children's hospital had a little care-free fun today philly phanatic prodded a laugh in university
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time for a check on sports. let's go live to jeff skversky in the "action news" sports center. >> hi, jeff. >> hey, walter. eagles out of first place for now. cowboys takeover sole possession of the nfc east after beating new york today. dallas 6-1 best record in the nfl for tivrt time 20 years. tony romo threw three touchdowns against the giants and two to gave inescabar this gives them lead in the third and cowboys running back demarco murray, 7th straight game and 100 yards rushing which could end lesean mccoy's shot at another rushing title. one-on-one with eagles running back mccoy today and mccoy tells "action news" he's not worried about dallas now. >> as an eagle we want to control what we can control and that's playing games. when we play the cowboys we'll have our time shine and see who is the better team. until then we'll wait.
>> you have been able to gate way from football. >> yeah, yeah, hung with my family and relaxed. you know, stayed home. just relaxed. >> you like creeping up the numbers in the rushing yards, getting back up there, going forward here, 10 games go you want to be rushing leader. >> what am i four. >> four going into the week. we'll figure it out. best thing is we're 5-1. so i have to trade being number one for 5-1 would rather be 5-1. >> top seed it important. >> if we get a bye in playoffs we can make things happen. we have to get there. >> they just have to get there. we caught one mccoy as well as quarterback nick foles today in oaks at the greater philadelphia expo center for fap attic sports show where they were signing autographs and hanging without eagles' fans during the bye week. big game next week in arizona, 5-1 as well. more with the eagles coming up in the next half hour. walter, back to you in the
studio. >> sounds good, thank you, jeff. local athletes doubling as philanthropists today in plymouth meeting. the semi-pro team plays in league tournaments and home run derbies each fall. in order to get in on the action each player is required to raise money for families facing a financial crisis after a recent tragedy. if this team wins, philadelphia fall baseball league if this team wins, philadelphia fall baseball league championship, they
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>> he's some stories on a, news tonight. police are looking for two people that held up chicky and piece in drevrmel hill. the pair ebterd the restaurant before -- entered the restaurant and forced the manager to open the safe. as they got 16,000 in cash and woman's wedding rings they locked several employees inside a freezer. please call upper darby police if you have information.
schools in poconos will open with added security tomorrow after possible sighting of eric frein. friday a woman spotted a man carrying a rifle with mudd covering his face outside pocono mountain east high school. authorities believe that man is the suspected cop-killer that eluded investigators for more than a month now. also the pentagon will put a 30 person medical team on standby to help with ebola care in the u.s.. this has a cruise ship detoured by ebola scare returns to texas. marcy gonzalez is in dallas with the latest. back at court. today, 3600 passengers on carnival magic disembanking in texas their vacations taking unexpected turn after learning a fellow passenger is a lab technician that handled specimens from thomas dunkin. >> we were frustrated though she had no symptoms she was quarn fee teened and a
coastguard helicopter was asked to pickp a blood sample which tested negative. >> it only works when someone has symptoms. >> i think spread of disease is under control. when what i worry about spread of fear of the disease is not under control. in ohio more than 100 people believed to be at low risk are being monitored including passengers on the two flights amber vincent took to cleveland in the days before she was diagnosed. her treatment continues at emory hospital in atlanta and her colleague nina pham battling. >> they're able to converge with family and -- converse with family and do the things i would like to see my family members do. >> those involved with the treatment continue to be monitored for symptoms, a major turning point for others in dallas. the 21 day watch period. for nearly 50 people that had contact with dunkin before he
was hospitalized ending. and for the four people who lived with him tonight the guarantee being lifted. included in that group dunkin's fiancee saying she is thankful for the support adding her prayers are now with the two nurses battling ebola. in dallas, marcy gonzalez. "action news" at 10 on phl17. >> police in trenton are looking for the person that shot and call a driver behind the wheel of mini vanch the engine was running when officers arrived at intersection of mulberry street and knottingham way. the victim was a 22-year-old man and police have not released his name or motive. >> meanwhile, philadelphia police recovered automatic weapon following a deadly shooting overnight. they say a tech nine fell off the victim as officers pulled him out of of the police cruiser that rushed him to the hospital of the university of pennsylvaniach the 33-year-old man was shot in the head, neck and chest in the 3800 block of
girard avenue before midnight. he was pronounced dead at the hospital. so far, no arrests and no word quite yet on what sparked the shooting. >> southbound route 130 was shut down four hours today in delran, burlington county as police investigate aid serious accident involving a pedestrian. the action cam was on the scene along route 130 and chester avenue a bit after 6:30 this morning. investigators say a person was hit while trying to cross the highway there. the victim was taken to lords hospital in willingboro in critical condition and the driver did stop. no word tonight if that person faces any possible charges. >> neighbors came out in south philadelphia today to support the people dedicated to protecting them. these folks got fill at the blue party fundraiser. as you can see there was plenty of food and drinks from local eateries and tee shirts to help people show off their support. proceeds go towards much needed repairs to the south street police mini station. >> karen with a track of the
accuweather forecast. i'm i a little worried about one of my plants that sit outside. >> should have brought it in. >> you'll have time when you get home. >> it doesn't start until 2, 3:00 in the morning and lasts until 8. it's a short period of time we expect temperatures to drom. you can still take care of that plant. we're dry right now. looking good. and i'm going to tell you double scan will be bidsy this coming week. we have several days with showers in the forecast. not today. let's head outside and see when it looks like. sky6 is looking live in atlantic city. and we're looking good. we have mostly clear skies at this point in atlantic city. let's look at the temperatures. we're in the 30s right now. 33 in tanersville and 38 mar continues creek and 36 quakertown and you see the concerns we've been talking about with frost. 39 pottstown and 38 st. david's and temperatures could be 35, 36 degrees and still get frost because most of the thermometers are not sitting on top of the plant they're higher in the atmosphere. 39 ewing and 39 brownsmill and
37 vineland and bridgeton and 40 right now in dover. those temperatures dropping already. frost warnings these are areas in bright blue. we see them in the lehigh valley, mount pocono, allentown and pine barrens, freeze warnings in effect for those areas. areas of purple much of the rest of the region, frost advisories. and this lasts from 2 to 3:00 in the morning until 8 a.m. you have to protect the sensitive plants. how does that compare to average in the lehigh valley, right about now, october 21 we usually begin with first frost. this would be the first frost for anyone in the region. in the northwest suburb sushz not usually until november 1 and pine barrens november 1. it would be early for. there we're not anticipating frost in the city and that usually happens mid november. some clouds erecteding into the region. you get good radiational cooling. possible frost. temperatures dipping to 32 in
suburbs. 40 in the city. it will be a little milder in the city itself. then tomorrow is a day of transition. we get some sunshine early on and increasing clouds. we stay dry during the day. temperatures not bad. better than today's high of 56. we'll have 61 for the high. showers begin late at night on monday. and then they really stick around for the next few days. you'll see that in the 7-day forecast. let's take a look at how it will be in allentown. clouds increase late. 57 degrees for the high in allentown with a shower late. at the shore, 63 with sunshine fading behind clouds. let's check the exclusive accuweather 7-day forecast, clouds thickening tomorrow. early sunshine and then the clouds thickening throughout the day. 61 for the high. a late-day shower and tuesday clouds and a shower or two, 66, mild, wednesday, damp, chilly and 58 for the high and showers around at any point. thursday a period of rain or two and 59 for the high. in the overnight hours staying in 50s though. no frost after tonight. and then friday, the sun
returns. it's much nicer, 64. hey just in time for the weekend, sunny and nice and 67. sunday, partly sunny skies and 62 degrees. so looking at the week ahead we have frost concerns with the chilly air tonight. then after that, the talk will be clouds and some showers. >> okay, karen, thank you. >> coming up on "action news" at 10:00 tonight philadelphia losses pioneer from the lgbt community in the city. >> and there's a way to leave your pets in the care of other animal lovers and save money in the process. "saving with 6abc" takes a look the process. "saving with 6abc" takes a look at rover.com
>> turns out four children and two adults killed at a house fire outside pittsburgh yesterday died of smoke and fume inhalation according to autopsy results released today. investigators are working to determine the cause of the fire that killed a woman, her children ages 2 to 7 and her father in law. the sole survivor is woman's husband who remains in critical condition with burns covering more than half of his body. meantime a cellphone camera captured a dramatic rescue at burning home near fresno, california yesterday. take a look at this. building was barely visible as flames engulfed structure. it turns out a middle aged man was inside and adult daughter screamed for somebody to save minimum and maybes forced back by roaring flames and this man in the blue hat saved the day. >> i noticed there was a guy in cap that just started walking
towards the house very calmly walked in there and then next thing i see he's coming out with this man over his shoulder. >> is that the amazing. the victim was treated by smoyng halllation and was expected to be okay. meantime nobody knows identity of good samaritan that left after his heroic act. the family wants him to come forward to thank him for what he did. >> another pope is one step closer to st. hood after a mass today in st. peter square. pope francis and pope paul vi was on happened for the mass. the ceremony concluded a summons of meeting on the two most poll arizeing issues welcoming gay church members and gay or divorced couples. >> we're showing you ways to save carbon costume this halloween. tune in for the things you need to know before you spend scary amount of money.
northeast philadelphia. this was not an emergency but what philadelphia firefighters hope is a reson on how to prevent one. katherine scott was at the fire safety expo. >> the traditional start of the fire safety expo significance in muster. dozens of fire departments from all over the region rolled into the philadelphia fire academy in northeast philadelphia to show off their wares and abilities. from the bucket brigade to speed dressing contest, firefighters arrived ready to impress and show onlookers some of the skills they need to use every day. >> i thought it was really cool how fast they got dressed. >> firefighters get up the ladder for the fire. >> crowds gathered to watch the fire boat demonstration on the water and check outlines of fire equipment old and new. admission was free. proceeds from concessions and raffles go towards maintaining fire museum and providing free
smoke alarms to those in need. one of the most popular showcases was a live burn of two structures. this one did not have sprinklers and escalated to this blaze in less than four minutes. this one had sprinklers. you can see the difference. >> smoke alarms give you early warning so if you have a fire you get warned and get out of the house quicker. >> underlying message is fair safety awareness and education. some tell me the fun and contest really help that message sink in. >> i like the fire trucks and seeing all the activities. >> i think they remember it more. >> because it's fun. >> in northeast philadelphia, katherine scott for "action news" at 10 on phl17. >> the city of philadelphia is mourning the loss tonight of a true local pioneer. glory casarez seen in 2008 was city first director of lesbian, gay, buy sexual and transient affairs. she lost her battle with cancer this weekend. the 42-year-old was known as
strong voice in the lgbt community nationwide mayor nutter calledmer a kind person that always wanted to do more for others. >> 10,000 in philadelphia did their point to raise non-in the fight against -- money in the fight against aids today. this year's event raised more than $325,000 pour local organizations that provides aids and hiv care and education throughout the region. >> jeff with sports. bye week for the eagles hopefully they rested up. >> ten games to go only three against teams with losing record. this is not something you do every day. eagles' fans routing for giants today, that's right. as much as that's noive no around here eagles needed new york to beat dallas to takeover soul position of first place. it doesn't happen. tony romo throws three
touchdowns. this is the third gives them lead. dallas running back demarco murray becomes first place in nfl history to rush for over 100 yards in first 7 games of season. cowboys win 31-21, they're 6-1 best record in football knocking eagles out of first place at least for now. how are eagles spending nfl sunday. they're with eagles fans, that's right, running back lesean mccoy and nick foles among guys signing autographs in the philadelphia expo center for fap attic sports show. foelz and the guys tell me they feel well rested and are ready to roll next sunday they return to the bye week. they're not worried about the first place cowboys at least yet. as eagles we want to control what we want to control. that's playing games. when we play the cowboys we'll have a time to shine and see who is the better team until then we'll wait. >> how tough is this stretch
even though 5-1. >> it's last ten games of the year. we're not looking at their records. we have arizona this week. they're a good team. 5-1 it will be a good challenge for us. >> if you count the preseason we already did good games and we've done a great job to this point. we have to put everything in the past and move forward. >> we win these games and get a bye in the playoffs we can make things happen. we have to get there. >> you just have to get. there it will be hard for mccoy to catch murry. he has 4 19 more rushing yards, woo, that's a lot. 5-1 eagles return to practice tuesday where they game plan for arizona 5-1 cardinals off to their best start in 40 years. eagles' schedule the rest of the way will be tough. eagles and cardinals tied up in nfc. literally palmer tied newspaper oakland.
palmer gets out and throws two touchdowns. cardinals 24-13. host the eagles sunday at 4 in arizona. >> eagles face the seahawks down the road. seattle in st. louis. rams fake out everyone including cameras. everyone things going right. instead ball punted left and said itman bally's is all alone. 90 yard punt return. what happened? everybody trying to figure it out. even coach pete carroll. game on the line. st. louis, another fake punt play. punter completes the pass allowing them to run out the clock. rams 28-26, seattle depending super bowl champs last two straight. green bay and carolina also among the elite in nfc now and packers get get best of panthers, aaron rodgers throws three touchdowns including to jordan nelson in the first. 59 yard score. green bay 5-2 after 38-17 win.
eagles tied for best record or were tied for best record in conference. but no more. it's cowboys leading way 6-1. eagles and arizona tied for second best record 5-1. again they two head to head a week from tonight, defending champs are way down there at 3-3. nascar dramatic finish in tall deing owe with two weeks to go. today punches back with the car. wins at over time giving them automatic birth in third round of chase for championship. he needed to win to stay alive. jimmie johnson, dale earnhardt, kasey kahne eliminated this is coming down to the wire here. >> jeff, thank you. >> when you go on vacation or travel for business leaving your pet in someone's else's care can be stressful and expensive. amy buckman tells us an option
that has animals feeling at home and saves owners money. >> allen lee and girlfriend were planning a trip and looking for a place to board dogs lacie and kelly. that's when they found rover.com a web site matching people that want their dogs to stay with people willing to host dogs in their own home. >> it's cheaper and you have several independent people competing at their own price point. usually it's between 30 to 35 dollars and sometimes a little more and sometimes less. >> that compares to 5 0 to 75 at a traditional kennel. >> you set up a profile and we set up a profile for our apartment and we wrote about ourselves and set a price ourselves and set calendar availability and anything we want to offer. it's been helpful. here and there being able to meet other people's dogs and have them in the house and earn
extra money. >> before a stay is finalized host and dogs meet and owners share information about behavior, routines and medical issues if needed and then during a stay the host and owners daily updates. >> they get updates every day with pictures telling them what we did whether a big walk in the morning or annie mccormick adventure. >> you can offer your home through rover or find a place for your dogs to stay without doing other side of the equation. you can check out rover.com for all the details. in south philadelphia, i'm amy
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have drinks and socialize with neighbors at 14 and south this once vacant lot was turned into oasis and helps support the pennsylvania horticultural sew sigh. >> i time for end of summer weather. >> you may need a sweatshirt to go there today. let's check the bus stop forecast. sunshine and clouds, when my friend david murphy is outside doing weather 6 a.m. at 6abc it will be 40 degrees. sorry, david, 41 degrees 8 a.m. let's look at the highs tomorrow. we'll rebound a bit. tomorrow clouds thickening. late shower possible. lehigh valley you'll be in upper 50s and upper corridor 63 in ac.
tonight, chilly, down right cold in suburbs. >> you will be watching david. >> thanks for joining us on "action news" at 10. election 2014 in focus is next followed by friends. >> for walter perez, karen rogers, melissa magee, and jeff skversky, i'm sarah bloomquist, rogers, melissa magee, and jeff skversky, i'm sarah bloomquist, have a great
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