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teamment. >> good morning, it is 7:00 a.m. saturday september 27 here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." the philadelphia police investigate after a mother is killed and a child hospitalized after both are hit by a septa bus. a major drug bust nets dozens in a violent delaware county community. dpormer president clinton -- former president clinton and his wife are grand parents. those stories, in just a moment, but first a look ahead in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's a little chilly out there, chris. >> reporter: we have numbers in the low 40s and upper 50s, later this afternoon it will be spectacular out here. this could end up being a top five weekend of the entire year. right now in the 40s in the
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poconos. martins creek 48. some of the far westerns suburbs in the 40s. oxford 49. saint david, 52. pilots, 52. chester, 54. center city, 54. levittown, 52 degrees. buena 54. gandys beach 54. smyrna, 51. dover, 53. woodbine 54 degrees. satellite and radar composite high pressure once again in control sliding in moving east across the great lakes and the ohio valley this morning. that will set up shop over the mid atlantic. today looks nice, tomorrow is a repeat performance. 9:00 a.m., 689 degrees, mostly sunny skies, lump time, 78. wall-to-wall blue, 3:00 p.m., 82 and 6:00 p.m. we're back down to 76 degrees, hardly a cloud in the sky. 80 degrees in allentown. 80 for philadelphia. wilmington, 79.
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dover, 78. cape may, 75. will also, 76. sunny skies a beautiful day, believe it or not, it actually gets warmer tomorrow. it will be a nice weekend. we have changes in the seven-day forecast as we are tracking another coastal storm that will move in monday night into tuesday, the potential is there for heavy rains. i'll talk about that in the seven day when he step back inside in just a bit. eva. >> the investigation continues this morning into a deadly crash involving a set at that bus, a woman exer -- septa bus, a woman and her son were crossing the street. >> reporter: it's a tragedy that no young child should endure, seeing a parent die. a young mother and her young son were crossing the street as the septa bus was making a turn on
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to washington when the mom and son disetlely got in the path of the bus. >> the bus was in the motion, i suspect based on what i understand they knew the bus was in motion and they tried to outrun the bus as it was making its turn. >> reporter: the mother fell under the front tire and became entangled under the bus, the boy was struck, but is expected to be okay. but his mother's injuries were too severe, she died at the scene. police say the boy stayed by his mom's side trying to do all he could to save her life. >> this little boy watched this happen to his mother and tried render aid to her, when the police officers arrived she found him sitting with her. >> this was the route 27 bus involved in the incident. accident investigators with the philadelphia police department and septa are conducting an internal investigation. they are interviewing the bus driver.
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no passengers were on the bulls at the time of the accident. there was a third person who was attempting to cross the street with the mom and son, they are also speaking with him. as for the 8-year-old he is recovering at chop. in south philadelphia, sharrie williams channel 6 "action news." new this morning, gunfire on the street in the strawberry mansion section of philadelphia has left one man dead. the action cam was on the scene after 1:00. the 2900 block of west oakdale street. this is where someone shot a 39-year-old man in the head. the victim with a pronounced at temple hospital. police have not mated any arrests. -- made any arrests. a 61-year-old man is fighting for his a life after a shooting in the juniata park section. the happened after 9:00 p.m. on the 1500 block of east luzerne street. police have no suspects for
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motives in that shooting. police arrested a suspected car thief after he led them on a chase through several philadelphia neighborhoods. the 20 minute pursuit came to an end in kensington. the suspect bailed from the car and tried to fake out officer walking down the street talking on his cell phone. close to 50 people prayed and marched for aisha abdur-rahman in the logan section. she is the 15-year-old delaware valley charter studentle killed by a stray bullet outside of einstein hospital on monday. police announced the arrest of the star football player from father judge accused of directing darian person to shoot at the location. community members prayed for the family and called for an end of gun violence. >> our hearts go out to the family of aisha abdur-rahman and all the those in the
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philadelphia area who have lost young people. >> gibson has been charged as an adult for murder and conspiracy. 37 accused drug dealers are off the street of chester and the city has helped to keep them locked up possibly for life the suspects are rounded up in a citywide sweep yesterday morning, federal agents made the arrest. the feds plan to prosecute the alleged dealers under stiffer penalties. >> people were afraid to walk out their doors or sit near windows, afraid to let's their kids come outside. they didn't know if they were coming out and finding are there car with the windows shot up. >> the alleged ring leader donald lomack is still on the run. a respiratory illness is suspected in the death of a preschool student in mercer
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county. new jersey health officials have sent samples in the cdc to find out if the illness is entrovirus 68 which has sickened children in new jersey and 21 other states. the preschool classroom is being sanitized as a precaution. a child tested positive for entrovirus 68 that can cause mild to severe illness. a lot of people have been praying for leah still the 4-year-old daughter of devon still. leah is recovering at chop after having a cancerous tumor removed. her dad posted this picture on thursday after being wrapped in a handmade quilt the designer of
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quilt made for kids. >> a child who wrapped in a quilt knowing you helped that child. >> the eagles sent well wishes to leah who is battling neuroblastoma. she sent a pink bear and flowers thanking chip kelly and the birds for the surprised gift. chelsea clinton gave birth to a baby girl named char lot. she said she and her husband marc mezvinsky mez are full of love, awe and gratitude. mezvinsky is the son of marjorie margolies, she also a long time friend of the clintons. a postal worker is in deep
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trouble after failing to deliver a lot of mail. >> reporter: we're not in deep trouble with our weather this weekend. a gorgeous weekend around the delaware valley. warm temperatures arena lots of sunshine. we'll have trouble next week as with a coastal
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>> an on a uber driver has been arrested in san francisco. he attacked the passenger with the hammer. the 26-year-old driver hit him in the face with a hammer during a dispute over the route the driver was taking. the driver for the ride sharing company picked up three passengers from the bar tuesday morning. when one of the passengers questioned the route the driver was taking the driver stopped and told him to get out and the driver took out a hammer and hit the man who questioned the man.
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police arrested egyptian immigrant after a passenger accused him of groping her. he reached under her blouse and touched her. orlando police say the suspect was unaapologetic. in his country the woman dresses that way, the victim did, she is asking for it. he has been charged with battery and did not have a criminal recordment. a postal worker has been charged with hording 67,000 pieces of mail. he stashed the mail in his brooklyn apartment. he was arrested after a supervise noticed the mail piled up in his car, some of the mail dates back to 2005. his lawyer said his client has been suffering from depression. he has been released and told him to cut down on his drinking. well if you live in
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new york, that's where your mail is. >> reporter: do you think they dropped the late fee if you didn't get your bill? >> probably not. >> reporter: let's talk weather, let's go live on sky 6. that wouldn't be late, dating back to 2005. there's a gorgeous shot of the camden waterfront. lots of sunshine out there, bright blue skies, 60 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint down into the 50s, sitting at 53 that's pretty nice. winds are out of the north at 3 miles per hour the pressure reading 30.21 inches it is slowly starting to rise. temperatures are in the 40s and 50s to the northwest and mid 50s sowft and east, 52 in millville. 49 in allentown. 60 in sea isle city. maybe you're looking to do a little leaf peeping later on. you have to go to the north if you want to do something in october into the alleghenies. the normal peak times are around the second week of october. in the delaware valley it's not
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until the latter part of october. you have to go west or north over the next couple of weeks to enjoy the fall foliage which is starting to get going. it's about a week behind. the satellite and radar shows nothing out there at all whoever else we have clear skies. we can extend this out into the midwest. there's not much to talk about, because the jet stream is all the way up here. that jet acts as the storm track. that will take all the storm systems up into canada. you notice moisture buildings across the gulf coast state. later next week we have a chance of coastal storm develop running up the eastern seaboard. the potential is there for a miserable day this up coming tuesday with rain and potential for wind. in the meantime what to expect this weekend. high pressure in control both today and tomorrow, that means a lot of sunshine and warm
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temperatures. highs around 82 today. 83 sunday. monday, cold front approaches from the north. lots of weather behind the front. temperatures in the 60s up flue here. it's still to our north, so monday is still a warm day, but with the increase of clouds it will be cooler than what we see today and tomorrow. the future cast shows as we get into monday, the clouds will lower and thicken, eventually giving way to rain as we get into tuesday morning, all depending on the track of the coastal low. if it hugs the coast it will be wet, if it gets out to sea, it will be cloudy. today, 79 degrees, gorgeous, sunday, 80 degrees, mostly sunny.
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sun today, 82 degrees, 9:00 a.m., 69 degrees, noon, 78. 3:00 p.m., 82. 6:00 p.m., 76 degrees. sunday, 83 degrees, monday, 76 degrees, tuesday's high, 74. wednesday, 73. thursday, 72 and friday combination of sun and clouds and 73 degrees. so we're watching the coastal system next week. outside of that, there's not too much going on, looks quiet. >> thanks, chris. don't forget you can take with you. the new smart design fits any device you have, whether it's your tablet or smart phone, no matter how large or small that screen. check it out by visiting anytime anywhere. today's art of aging report focuses on empty nesters. as kids grow up and leave home many parents are looking to downsize. here's lisa thomas-laurey with tips.
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>> reporter: downsizing bile its very nature means same things has got to go. everything that fit into your four thousand square foot home is not going to squeeze into that 100 square foot condo. >> it's never easy to downsize. one of the bigger problem there's an emotional attachment. >> reporter: that was the problem for dolores. green. >> as we move forward what are the piece that mean the most to you? >> reporter: she enlisted the help of family members or friends. my daughter spent a month with me everyday and she packed and advised me to get rid of things. >> start with the big stuff and give away excess furniture or large pieces that won't fit in the new space and move to the smaller items donate clothes you no longer ware. >> it's not an easy thing, but
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>> here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend.g in and around the arts in the he he is to -- estuaries at the saint john reserve. it's happening today 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. head to lindvilla orchards for an apple festival and pie-eating contest. you're invited to pick your own
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apples from 8:00 to 9:00 and tomorrow 8:00 until 8:00. head to the shore and help out with the autumn beach cleanup and do you know grass planting. volunteers are needed to gather debris and plant do you know grass to strengthen the shoreline from 10:00 to 2:00. students who donate their time will earn community credits. you'll be given supplies and tickets for a lunger on at mike's seafood, yum! that's what's hap ♪ ♪
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>> reporter: welcome back, everyone, 7:23 saturday morning, you're looking at satellite and
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radar. as you can see there's not much going on. we have moisture down off the carolinas. we have the weather that's developing over the past couple of weeks it's a snow-lovers dream. we've seen a series of coastal lows off cape hatteras all had the potential to bring snow if it were january or february. the one we saw thursday developed here and it came up the coast. assuming we would have had a cold source funnel in that cold air high pressure here, each and one of those storms over the past two weeks probably would have brought snow. it's interesting to see the pattern develop. the question will that pattern continue into the winter season. it's too early to say what will
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happen. but it's interesting to see what's developing. atlantic city, 2.8 inches of rain. wilmington, 1.7. allentown,.81. >> turning to sports, the phillies face the braves at citizens bank park as they wrap up the regular season and the eagles face the san francisco 49ers. ducis rogers has all your saturday morning sports. >> reporter: good morning, eagles linebacker, michael kendrick has been ruled out of the eagles 9ers game. two coaches know each other well, when chip kelly was at oregon, chip harbaugh was at stan formed. there's mutual respect here. >> i don't call him during the season or text him but have a great deal of respect for him. >> he does a phenomenal job,
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that's evident whether you're having a football conversation with him, or watching his tape. like all the coaches i really like he is a football guy. >> reporter: jason peters gets popped with a ten thousand dollar fine, chris baker is find $8,268 for his role in the melee. a reminder we're live on the air from levi stadium in california tomorrow for eagles game day kickoff, mike quick and i will wrap it you mean at 11:35 at night on eagles game day final. baseball, the season is not over yet, but phillies have parted ways with assistant general manager. he's been with the organization since 1992. jerome willis struggles early. they score 4 in the 6.
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the braves go home with it, 5-4 phils in the 9th. in his first home game since his suspension he is booed minor league, but cheered here. he gets the final out. the phils win 5-4 that's a look at sports, i'm ducis rogers, you have yourself a terrific weekend! >> the pittsburgh steelers long time quarterback has competition for the loyalty of fans. this baby could you has -- cow has become a fan favorite. he has a spot that looks like number 7. that's the quarterback's number, so he has been named ben. his picture has shared ten thousand times on facebook. we have much more coming up on "action news" saturday morning, stay with us,
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pumpkin's back! pumpkin is back at dunkin' donuts. enjoy all your pumpkin-y favorites like the new pumpkin creme brulee latte. >> a young mother is dead her son hospitalized after both are hit by a septa bus details ahead. a bus carrying a college softball team crashes while heading back to school killing four people. plus, blasts of summer? mother nature providing picture-perfect weather for our first weekend of fall. meteorologist chris sowers is outside with a look ahead, and
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chris, even though it's going to warm up, it's still a little cool right now. >> reporter: i was just to say it doesn't feel like summer right now. temperatures north and west are in the 40s, maybe your son has soccer game this morning, you'll need to wear something with sleeves at least early on. always the sun starts to rise we'll see the temperatures climb along with it. 48 degrees in oxford. 48 is the number in martins creek. pilots, 51. chester, 54. glass borough, 49. buena, 54. cinnaminson, 52. on the boardwalk in atlantic city, 59 degrees. satellite and radar, high pressure dominates the sky just like yesterday you'll not see a cloud in the sky. lots of bright blue start to finish. very warm temperatures, 82 degrees in the city when all is said and done. we should hit 82 around
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3:00 p.m. believe it or not it gets warmer as we head into sunday. right now we're forecasting 83, i could see where it's 84, maybe higher. sunday is ten degrees above average in not higher. monday, we cool down with a high of 76 degrees. this is not an indian summer. i've seen this thrown around on twitter this morning. indian summer is an unusual warm spell during the fall months after the first frost. we have yet to see our first frost in the delaware valley. it's a warm stretch of weather but technically it's not indian summer. i wound mind seeing indian summer during the month of october, but right now it's not indian summer. we'll talk about the coastal system that's on the way next week in the seven-day forecast. >> a young boy is in the hospital, his mother is dead,
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both were hit by a septa bus in south philadelphia. the initial indications is that they were virms of victims of an tragic accident. the mother was hit and died as the bus turned on to washington. the bus driver stopped and is talking to police. no passengers were on the bulls. a 73-year-old grandfather picked up his grandson from football practice but never made it home alive. an alleged hit and run suv t-bonedded car in east mount airy. the suv driver and the passenger took off leaving the grandfather dead. the his 13-year-old grandson was hurt and is expected to survive. police caught the driver and passenger nearby. it is suspected they used drugs or alcohol before the crash.
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there's an arrest in the killing of an 15-year-old student who was an innocent bystander. police arrested a 15-year-old boy who happens to be a star high school football player. dann cuellar has the details. >> we need your direction. >> yes father. >> we can't do this without you. >> reporter: after praying at the very spot where aisha abdur-rahman died so tragically of all places in front of einstein medical center. a group of leaders and friends of the family march to delaware valley charter where she went to school. >> we want to see the violence stop. >> reporter: the group was mindful that just a few hours earlier a second young man 15-year-old a star running back from father judge high was arrested. he directed the 19-year-old darian person to shoot a number of people who gathered at broad and olney and later in front of
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einstein that was supposed to be a fight that's when aisha abdur-rahman was killed and 19-year-old critically wounded. >> our children have got to stop killing one another. the morals are gone. we have no hope, we have no morality. >> reporter: at father judge his football teammates practiced without him. the afternoon die seals said while -- archdiocese said while they can not comment on the issue involving a minor they are praying for those involved. >> mainly for the family to encourage them to buffer them in this time of crisis. >> our hearts go out to the family of aisha abdur-rahman and all of those in the philadelphia area who lost young people. >> reporter: dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> new information at this hour on a deadly bus crash involving a texas college softball team.
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four people killed in the crash were members of the team. the crash happened late last night on internet state 35 south of turners falls south of oklahoma city. the bus was taken the players from north central texas college back to the campus when it hit by a big rig truck. the truck crossed the median and slammed into the bus. there were other injuries, all were members of the team. police say suspected cop killer eric frein planned his attack for years. investigators found expensive internet research how to avoid policeman hunts on the hard drive. officers searched the abandoned buck hill inn, but there was no sign of frein. many living near the search area are in fear. >> i don't go out of my house, i don't go near the windows, because this could happen in a
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flash that they get some sighting. >> investigators say frein gunned down pennsylvania state police corporal bryon dickson and seriously wounded another trooper. u.s. air and jet fighters continue to pound isis in iraq and syria. three more european countries have agreed to join the fight against isis. britain, belgium and denmark will send fighter jets and operational planes and reserve jets. arson and attempted suicide brought operations to a hat at two of the -- a halt at two of the nation's busiest airports yesterday. a fire was deliberately set by a contract employee. atraffic at o'hare and midway was grounded. 1800 flights were cancelled.
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illegal dumping has made some of our state parks and protected lands an eye sore. new jersey officials have announced the result of a major push to clean up the warton state forest. new jersey has 800,000 acres of state land. this is the warton state forest in hammonton. it is crisscrossed with roads like this. which makes it perfect for those who illegally dump. the piles of filthy clothing, furniture, old tires go into the truck at the taxpayers and he knows. among those pitching in the head of the state dep. he formally recognized a new get tough policy don't waist our open space. these are the faces of alleged dumpers arrested. the head of preservation group thinks stiff fines will send a
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message to repeat offenders. the news weapon in finding those tiny hit motion sensor cameras like this one. >> they will be set up, camera surveillance system in a lot of different places. >> reporter: 38-year-old of trenton was caught on camera in this serials of pictures. the detective said. >> i've got you on camera at this date and this time. he admitted and said it was him. >> reporter: if found guilty the defendant could face up to a 15,000-dollar fine. the state hopes the potential high cost of illegally dumping will make others think twice before they do. john rawlins channel 6 "action news." >> drivers and pedestrians in south jersey received a lesson in crosswalk safety and the penalties for breaking the rules of the road officers with the berlin police set up a
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checkpoint on the white horse pike they reminded drivers that failing to stop for a person in the crosswalks carries a 200-dollar fine and adds 2 pints points to there license, jay walkers received a 5,400-dollar fine. drivers using the ac express way won't have to pay the toll on tuesday in october. it's to showcase atlantic city as a midweek escape. there's no word whether it will stretch into november. yesterday local leaders outlined plans to revamp the underpass of the 102 trolley line. that area often floods causing headaches for thousands of passengers. a grant was awarded to septa earlier this week. still ahead, frozen meets prime time. we have a preview fortunate new characters joining the hit abc
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show once upon a time. plus, hail the size of marbles hit wine country in california. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast "action news" saturday morning continues in just a moment.
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marble-sized hail fell in napa, california. it covered a front porch making it look like a winter
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wonderland.a front porch making the poor dog. 6 inches of hail fell in the napa valley. olive farmers are concerned about their crop. it comes a month after earthquake shook the region. we'll have to see what it does for our olives and the wine. >> reporter: i don't think the hail will cause too much of a problem. >> grapes. >> reporter: it didn't look that big, bust marble sized hail. back in philadelphia, you could see bright blue skies and sunshine. we're expecting a nice day with temperatures in the 80s when all is said and done, 60 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 53. winds are out of the north at 3 miles per hour. pressure reading 30.21 inches starting to rise. 49 degrees in allentown. 56 in the poconos. 53 in dover. closing in on 60 in sea isle
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city and atlantic city on the boardwalk. beach haven you're on the 60 degrees. it's shaping up to be a nice morning. we have a breeze out of the north anywhere from 3 to 7 miles per hour. there's a slight chill to the air this morning. later this afternoon, it's going to be beautiful. it's going to feel like the middle of august with temperatures in the 80s a lot of sunshine. you can see on the satellite i am annual there's nothing going on, high pressure is parked north of pittsburgh, it's going to stay there all weekend long. with that said we have changes developing along the gulf coast states. a front system has stalled out across the peninsula of florida south of new orleans. we're starting to thunderstorms flare up along the front. we'll get a larger area of low pressure develop that will run up the eastern seaboard. the question is how close does it come to the mid atlantic before heading out to sea. if it comes close enough we get
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weather monday into tuesday, if it stays out to sea we get clouds. high pressure is in control, temperatures in the 80s, thing sunday, this high cold front approaches from the north and we have low pressure approaching from the south. we'll see the clouds lower and thicken, that will give way to wet weather, at least this particular forecast model suggests that by tuesday morning. it has the bulk of this out to sea. this is something that we'll have to watch closely over the next couple of days. tuesday could be what we saw this past thursday, miserable gray a lot of rain. 76 degrees down the shore, sunny skies, low humidity levels, more sunshine as we head into sunday, 77 degrees, 82 degrees in
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philadelphia. overnight tonight, 51 in the suburbs, 59 for center city. the eagles heading to santa clara, california. levi stadium. taking on the 49ers. game kickoff 4:35. nice and comfortable out there. 82 degrees today. 83 sunday, this could be the warmest weekend we see again until next spring. get out and enjoy it. 76 degrees monday, increasing clouds. monday night into tuesday, there's a possibility of wet weather, for now we'll see some rain. wednesday, weather is clearing, 73. thursday, 72. and friday, 73 degrees. the 0 only fly in the ointment is monday night into tuesday. but that's not certainly at this time. >> a little rain never hurt anyone. the new season once upon a
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time will tackle a film favorite. the character of frozen will join the cast. >> reporter: the characters from frozen will join once upon a time. the reason so many people watched frozen in the first place. there are the underlying messages, it's nice to have the themes pulled into the show with the frozen characters. >> reporter: we brought them in in our own way. they are inspired by frozen, they are not walking directly from the animated feature. i feel we are faithful to them
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in a way the fans are happy. >> we'll learn a whole new size to frossen that we haven't seen before. >> while the frozen story will compact most of the characters on the show, the ice princesses will not completely takeover. >> regina, you all right? >> they fans will get the same of fairy tale fun they have become accustomed to zing him. >> it's about doing the right thing or not doing the right thing. >> it's a universal theme that's what drives the story and what drives people to watch
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>> "healthcheck" this morning new research suggests that paying attention to memoriry slips may hint at alzheimers disease later in life. researchers followed 500 older
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patients for several years watching for signs of dementia. researchers say forgetfulness is not the first sign of dementia. some memory loss is normal such as forgetting with the keys are, compared to what keys are for. a study involved 900 pregnant women between 15 and 44 years old who were not pregnant. researchers found young pregnant women those who are not hispanic black or native american needed more oral care. 21 day belly fix said die
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>> just in time for halloween a creepy franken pumpkin grew among the crops in california. he spend years growing it with a mold. he punkenstein because it a looks like frank are stein. he is getting offers up to to $7.ks like frank are stein. >> reporter: that was kind of
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neat. >> he hostilely it doesn't come to life. >> reporter: here's the forecast today, we're not thinking fall, we're thinking summer. lots of sunshine, 82 degrees today. how about 83. the normal is 73. we're about ten degrees above average. we'll cool things off next week, but even then, seasonable. moab a -- maybe a coastal system brings wet weather by tuesday. >> it's now, 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: here's dan harris with a preview. >> reporter: hey eva, good morning, a bitter with political implications. chelsea clinton delivered a baby girl. will this make grandma hillary a better candidate or not wanting
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, it's a girl. chelsea clinton giving birth to her first child. what she's saying about her new bundle of joy. >> grandchild, yes. >> and, of course, the political consequences, will this baby affect grandma hillary's decision on whether to run for president? also breaking overnight, deadly crash. a bus filled with college athletes collides with a truck on the highway and overturns. four women on the softball team killed. how did it happen? caught on camera. eruption. look at this. hikers sent running for cover when a mountain suddenly blows its top. hundreds of people stranded near the peak in a giant ash cloud this morning.