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>> good morning, everyone, 6:00 thursday, october 9. tam is off, erin o'hern joins us this morning. >> concerns over ebola virus in america prompt airport workers to walk off the job overnight. >> two political stars are visiting the philadelphia area to help out both candidates in the race for pennsylvania governor. >> turns out red bull doesn't give you wings and now the energy drink is prepared to pay up. i'm sure some people have drunk
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several in a row and nothing happened. david is here and matt pellman is in for karen, good morning. >> reporter: we are off to a cool start. today we have a lack of of cloud cover and we'll wind up sunny and then we'll see the clouds out by pittsburgh stroll in this afternoon. this is my facebook follower in donna in bridgeton, new jersey is reporting 46 degrees. 47 in millville. 44 in allentown. reading has dipped into the 40s as lancaster. 5 in philadelphia. 53 in wilmington, 5 is in trenton. we head out the door to catch the school bus it's going to be cool. 54 in philadelphia by 8:00. some suburbs obviously a little bit chillier. as we roll through the day, 56 by 9:00. 64 by noon. 69 is the high by 3:00 p.m. a little bit breezy as we roll
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through the day, but not as blustery as yesterday. we have thicker cloud cover and rain on the way tomorrow, details in the seven day. matt how the roads looking. we're looking dry at this point. this is the schuylkill expressway close to spring garden, building eastbound traffic heading toward center city our westbound are coming off the vine getting on the westbound overnight all right there. kelly drive is in the clear. the vine expressway heading toward i-95 southbound you can use that ramp again it was closed overnight, but reopened so you might say all is fine on the vine. getting on i-95 southbound at the base of the girard point bridge, heading toward the airport. we have truck accident on the shoulder all lanes are open. no major delays in the
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northeast. montgomery county, paper mill activity associated with the crash on the shoulder, as you head north toward the pennsylvania turnpike all lanes are open. all lanes at the westbound virginia road exit all lanes open there. paoli thorndale we have amtrak problems. >> a nurse in australia is being tested for the ebola virus. "action news" eva pilgrim filed this report. >> reporter: overnight a memorial service for thomas duncan the first person to die from ebola in the u.s. this morning concerns about another possible ebola case in the u.s. a sheriff's deputy who went to duncan's apartment is being kept in isolation while being tested for the disease.
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>> with an overabundance of caution we are taking action to make sure the public safety and welfare is protected. >> reporter: workers at some of the other airports are worried about their risk of exposure. overnight these airplane cleaners in new york walked off the job saying they are fed up with unsafe unsanitary conditions. in spain we have the first case of ebola contracted outside of west africa. a hospital is dealing with 6 cases mostly healthcare workers treating mission ears affected with the deadly virus. in australia a nurse is in isolation after travel to sierra leone. >> go to for more about the ebola outbreak and how
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it spreads. >> the jury of raghu yandamuri continues deliberations at 10:15. this is the scene last night as the families of the victims and raghu yandamuri walked out of the courtroom. it is been two contraries since prosecutors said raghu yandamuri killed satyavahti venna and saanvi venna and. police say was a botched ran -- ransom plot to pay off a gambling dead. hillary clinton will be in philadelphia to campaign for tom wolf while chris christie will campaign for tom corbett. the two candidates faced each other in pittsburgh in third and final debate. corbett accused wolf for not saying how he would raise income taxes. >> mr. wolf wants to spend more
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money, the question is how much, he needs to tax more how to get the additional money, he won't say how much nor will he tell them right here is a few weeks from the election how you're going to do it. >> if you're in the 70 to 90,000-dollar range as an individual and you can double that if you're married you should not pay more any more in taxes. >> corbett favors the death penalty, wolf wants a moratorium to determine if it is carried out failure. every poll gives wolf a solid lead over corbett. >> red bull may not give you wings, but the marketers are crafty like a fox how they are handling a big settlement. maribel aber has the details. >> reporter: very crafty. if you drank red bull in the last 12 years you may be
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entitled to ten bucks. they are willing to pay $10 if they file a claim by next march. you would have had to purchase from 2002 to this year. visit philadelphia is ranked 5th on a list of the top ten travel destinations on social media. the list is from skip travel visit philadelphia has more than 1 million combined followers like and use across across the s social media platforms. the dow gained 275 and futures pointing to a higher open because the federal reserve will keep the interest rates low. how about a burger that
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cost 1700 pounds. it's covered in gold leaf the winner gets a burger and a trip to the london restaurant where was created. gold leaf? i think i would rather wear it. >> i have a secret to making a good burger. it doesn't involve gold, though. >> they call it a glam burger. >> reporter: cooking tips, what do you know? >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan i'm getting a taste for pickles and grilled meat. as we look outside we have sunshine later on this morning. sky 6 showing us tranquil conditions not as much wind as wed yesterday across the region. things are looking better out there. there's the airport, and we are looking at, as i said, tranquil conditions, 55 in philadelphia. 44 in allentown.
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the number has dipped out there. i have added the always on seven day for those of you watching in hd in case you want to glance ahead. 51 in trenton, we could see trenton going into the 40s before we turn it around this morning. if you're heading out on the turnpike or flie nye or any other -- or any other area roads you might want shades later on this morning. there are clouds that may streak in from pittsburgh, but we're looking at a bright one. up in allentown, we'll call it mostly sunny, 68 degrees. down the shore, a cool breeze blowing there, as well. 68 degrees. in philadelphia, breezy and bright, 69 degrees. 54 degrees by 8:00.
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by 11:00, 62. 67 by 2:00. the high of 69 strikes at about 3:00 p.m. tomorrow, cloud cover gets thicker. we have a frontal boundry that will insure that. as we get into the midday shower hour we might develop drizzle or light sprinkle or shower, later in the afternoon right up until 6:00 p.m. there's a chance of a little more widespread precipitation, most of this is light rain and drizzle. later tomorrow night we might see heavy cells build in and some of that will spill into saturday morning, unfortunately. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 69 sunny and cooler today, tomorrow, rain and drizzle developing especially during the afternoon, and later at night it gets steadier, 64 is the high there. saturday there's a chance of lingering rain in the morning and we're hoping for drying in the afternoon. sunshine emerging later on and high of 64 should be dry for the
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union game at night. bring a sweatshirt if you're heading to the ppl park we'll be in the 50s in that big contest against the crew. sunday, clouds, 63. rain possible at night and of course the eagles play at night at lincoln financial field. early next week we're back in the 70s, but it's unsettled with showers around. >> 6:11. a volcanic eruption intensifies along the ring of fire overnight. >> and there's a special cell phone for people who love to take selfies. >> reporter: we're taking a shot of 422 erin, we're seeing the crowds starting to build, but at least the overnight construction is gone. a tale for the troubles of the roads named church. >> apple sends out an invitation for an event and everybody is like what are they going to do? a preview next in tech bytes.
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>> welcome back, it is 6:14 on this thursday morning, you're taking a live look sky6 live hd at atlantic city, you're looking at a high of 70 today. a little chilly as you head out this morning, grab that extra sweatshirt or a jacket as you head out the door. >> matt pellman you're so wise,
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what is the traffic doing right now. >> reporter: i like how they leave the ferris wheel on for us. it's like motel 6. we're watching the speeds drop i-95 at cottman, and in the worker zone 28. penns landing and washington avenue we have a traffic stop that's what it appear to to be n the shoulder. southbound near washington avenue. some drivers tapping their brakes as they go past the police activity. and farther south by the girard point bridge we had the traffic accident that's cleared out. everything is open as you head toward the airport. tonight flyers home opener, wear your orange and black and get ready for the fly guys in south philadelphia. meanwhile, it's the tale of the problems with the roads named
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church. up darby, church road is closed at 9 to 3:00 landsdown avenue a possible around that. headlighten -- cheltenham, church road is closed between 611 and mill road. my twitter follower david wondering about the church discreet in mount laurel it's overnight tonight, one lane will be getting by in each direction. erin? >> developing right now, thick smoke is spewing from a volcano in indonesia. the ash cloudy has shot up nearly 2 miles into the sky. it is one of more 100 active
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volcanos in the pacific ring of fire. two dozen taj mahal casino workers have been released after a sit down at a busy atlantic city intersection. the workers were arrested when they sat at the foot of the ac-expressway and blocked traffic heading into the city. they were protesting the taj mahal's demands that they give up pensions and health insurance in order to keep their jobs. the union president spoke before their arrests. >> we're not going to give it up, we'll negotiate this contract in the street not only the table! >> the casino has asked billionaire investor karl icon to take over the taj and invest one $1 million in it. he owns the tropicana. he told the press the unions have to make concessions in order to keep it open.
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>> in tech bytes, a refund from at&t, they will pay for cramming. apple will issue new ipads, the latest cryptic invitation says it's been way too long. we'll see the new mac operating system and hardware. htc has one button operation and shoots stills and videos and send them to your smart phone. they don't need a view finder because they have a wide angle lens. google used a camera to a hump of a camel. it's the first time they trapped a camera on a four legged creature, looks incredible there.
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>> mountain lion is caught on camera bouncing on some guy's car. >> the flyers start the season the way they started the last one with an l. >> reporter: we're looking at cool temperatures to start out. a lot of us are in the mid 50s, this afternoon you might getaway with t-shirt. i'll have the day-park forecast coming up next. hi, i'm henry winkler
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tiger. >> reporter: we're getting ready for the flyers home opener tonight. i don't know if you agree, but i think our camera looks a little orange in celebration. this is our bridge camera from camden. the westbound right lane is shut down until october 31. no delays on the ben. in brooklawn we have construction blocking 130 at 47 at the brooklawn circle. i-95 speeds in the 60s. we have inbound delays on the septa pay paoli line because of amtrak track issues. >> reporter: temperatures ranging between the mid 50s to the upper 40s. 9:00 a.m., 56. a cool start a little bit breezy, lots of sun on the way. 64 by noon. the high is 69 that's cooler than yesterday. it's going to be breezy, too, but no the as windy. the 69 close to 07.
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some spots will possibly hit 70. 64 by 6:00 p.m. a good looking day. we're not seeing any delays out in chicago all green no hints of rain. >> you meant flyers you got them, they play the home opener against the devils. they got off to a disappointing start in boston. they are tied with the bruins and then, boston got a rebound, flyers lose the season opener 2-1. >> time is 6:23. next at 6:00. the first responder in the lehigh valley goes beyond the call of duty to save a young girl's life. >> coming up at 6:30 concerns over ebola hit a fevered pitch at a northeast airport and we have more on the screening taking
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he is in stable condition. >> firefighter is coming to the rescue of a little girl in need of a liver transplant. kennedy stephen son has a rare genetic disorder that prevented her from producing protein. her high school classmate who is a firefighter volunteered to get tested. >> someone calls 911 we're there to help if they need us. it's part of our job. me doing this, i thought this would be nice to do. as of right now, thing are working out. surgery is scheduled later this month in pittsburgh. brand new coming up an update on the courageous local couple that carried out a bucket list for their unborn child. couple that carried out a bucket list for their unborn child. >>
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sunshine coming up later on. here the numbers, put a jacket on as you head outside. 55 in philadelphia. some suburbs like allentown and reading in the mid 40s. millville, 57. 53 in wilmington, 51 in trenton. as we roll through the day, sunshine with a few clouds at times. 56 by 9:00. faculity to hold off to do outdoor activities it gets nicer. 64 by noon, 3:00 p.m., 69 which is the high, not as blustery as yesterday. matt pellman we have rain coming in during the the day and tomorrow night. >> reporter: nippy in the air with lower temperatures and now we're seeing lower speeds southbound side of i-95 at academy and you're hitting the brakes at the betsy ross bridge into girard. the volume is out there at this point. we have an accident at county
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line road at keith valley road. one at new had anker roof along big road which is 73 at north charlotte street. back outside, we have sunrise in malvern at 202 and 29. no delays there yet. but we'll is he the bunching that happens at 30 and 401 where it's just the two lanes available. 42 in belmawr, camden county. northbound traffic coming from turnersville, blackwood and deptford heading toward 295 with the funky traffic pattern we have there right now. up noter near cran -- cranberry, we're getting word of a crash in the southbound lanes at the molly pitcher service center. and we have delays on the paoli thorndale rail line because of
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amtrak track issues. >> we have vandalism at a local school because someone spray painted graffiti on the front door. eva pilgrim is live. >> reporter: hallahan officials worked fast to remove the gra graffiti that was spray painted on the door. someone driving by the school on the 300 block of 19th street noticed the word spray painted on the door and called police who quickly notified the school, maintenance staff immediately came to the school to remove the graffiti. >> we don't wants the kids to come in and see it, that's the main entrance for them, that's where they walk into school everyday. you don't want that. we never have that, we don't have racial graffiti, nothing, we have a little bit of graffiti, but everybody does.
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we take that off, but nothing like that, no. >> >> reporter: again, that racial slur has been removed from the front door, police plan to go over surveillance video that's in the area to see if they can find any possible clues, if you saw anything suspicious call philadelphia police. in the spring garden area, eva pilgrim channel 6 "action news." >> a memorial service has taken place for thomas eric duncan the first person in the united states to die from ebola. a sheriff's deputy who want to the apartment is now in isolation, because he has ebola-like symptoms. officials say the risk of him having the disease is low. but authorities continue to monitor anyone who came in contact with duncan. a new screening will gin at five of the nation's biggest airports. passengers arriving at those airports from west africa will have their terms taken.
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>> what we're doing is putting in additional protection, we've been very clear as long as ebola continues to spread in africa, we can't make the risk zero here. workers at some of the country's airports are worried about their risk of spores to ebola. late last night, airplane cleaners in new york walked off the job saying they are fed up with unsafe working conditions. >> the action cam was there as upper darby police kept catch on the 6800 block of market street. someone was slashed near this area at 12 coal 30. there's no word on the victim or who did the stabbing or what led to itle. a drexel hill couple gave birth to their first child hours ago, they already know he will
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not survive very little. shane michael hailey was born at 2:25. jenna and her husband posted this picture on their facebook page. they doferld in the third month of the pregnancy that shane had a bitter defect in which the baby is born without parts of the brain. you can offer the family your best wishes by going to my facebook page i have posted a link there. >> our best to them. >> accused cop killer eric frein faces charge following the discovery of pipe bombs. state police uncovered a journal that included a chilling account of the ambush, he reportedly wrote he was surprised how quickly the trooper dropped to the ground. officers believe they have
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spotted him in the forest,, but the distance and rugged terrain allowed him to slip away. there have been four reported sightings by law enforcement since last friday. the local community that has been gripped by the manhunt is participating in a fundraiser for slain corporal bryon dickson. the wives of fellow troopers organized the benefit they are calling it psp strong. >> we have this nervous energy when our husband's go off to work, they are going into a dangerous situation, this gives us an outlet for that nervous energy and we're able to channel it into something positive. >> so far the troopers wives have sold 20,000 shirts. >> we'll have a link for you so you can help out.
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>> reporter: cool, we're cool to start out. looking live on sky 6 there's the airport, we are looking for delays in our most traveled destinations, not seeing anything this morning. the temperatures are 55 in philadelphia, and some spots in the 40s. the winds are out of the west at 8 miles per hour. i'll bring in the always on seven day on the left-hand side of the screen for those of you watching in hd. we have high, streaky cloud cover developing over the city, but it's thin. this cloud cover to the west might streak in later in the day, but generally speaking we're looking at a bright one. in terms of winds not as blustery as yesterday. you'll see the winds will shift out of the west for the most of the day. this is not as bad as yesterday where we had wind gusts up to 20 and 30.
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temperatures across the region are going to climb, but not as far as yesterday. 54 degrees by 8:00. 11:00, 62. if you have plans to do out door stuff, gardening or errands, 67 by 2:00 p.m., 69 threez is the high around -- degrees is the high around 3:00 p.m. 68 in allentown and 67 in cape may and pretty much the same in the i-95 corridor. we have a wave of low pressure off to the west clouds increasing and we'll see showers develop. once we get up to lunchtime there could drizzle or light sprinkle or shower. future tracker 6 showing you that right now tomorrow at noon. as we get later in the afternoon and up until 6:00 a.m., there will be a better chance of drizzle and light showers, later
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in the evening, chance of steadier cells popping through at least in parts of the region and some of this could spill into saturday morning. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we're going tore a sunny and cooler high today of 69 degrees, not too bad, but cooler than yesterday. rain and drizzle developing during the day tomorrow, especially in the afternoon. steadier rain at night. 64 is the forecast high. saturday morning there's a chance of early showers we're expecting that to taper off as we go through the morning and later in the day there could sunshine. a high of 64 it will be cool. saturday night for the young and the crew, crucial game for the union they almost have to win to keep the season playoff chances going on. bring a sweatshirt because we'll be dipping into the 50s in the second half of the game. sunday, sun to clouds, 63. the eagles play at night at lincoln financial field against the giants we'll keep our eyes on that, hopelely we'll stay dry.
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and 5-1. >> wouldn't that be great. >> developing overnight. confrontations between protesters and the police in the midwest. we'll tell you what sparked this latest unrest. there's details about a hazing that caused a new jersey football team their season. >> reporter: we have a new crash on the ramp on the westbound side of the schuylkill expressway. we'll talk about a new wreck that's causing a bigger an normal delay on 422. when "action news" continues on this thursday morning.
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>> 6:43 let's get to that
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traffic, matt. >> reporter: they say let the festivities begin, we say let the delays begin on the roads. we have a delay on 422 eastbound side from past 29 the collegeville interchange into 23 valley forge national park. there's a crash 422 eastbound approaching trooper road, so people are moving extra slowly slowing down to see what's going on on the shoulder. the good news both lanes are open, but the 0 bad news it's a solid line past 23 on 422. a new accident new hanover by the car corner, big road charlotte street. we have a wreck county line and keith valley road. we have an accident along buck road involving a deer.
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watch out for them is your out and about. on the schuylkill expressway we have the normal westbound slowing by belmont at 14 miles per hour. and we continue to watch this accident, actually i believe the accident cleared during the commercial break while we were not looking at the camera. the accident was right here, now out of the way, but you see heavy westbound traffic coming away from university avenue. matt. >> thanks, matt. developing overnight, crowds clashed with police after learning that an off-duty police officer shot and killed a man. the 6-year veteran was working a security job. he shot and killed a man during a chase saying that the man fired at the off duty officer first, three shots, in fact. relatives of the dead man do not believe he was armed, but police
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say they recovered a weapon at the scene. the investigation continues into a deadly fire at an assisted living facility in in in media. crews contained the fire to one room, but someone became trapped in that unit, the victim was pronounced at the scene. >> a north jersey school district that canceled its football season is declining to comment on new disturbing claims of hazing. according to the parent of a player, upper classman pinned fleshman to the floor and touched them in a sexual nature. the allegations of intimidation and bullying are the subject of a criminal investigation. no charges have been filed. >> we're following a developing story, so is "good morning america." new possible cases of the deadly
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ebola virus has emerge overnight. "g.m.a." has a live preview next. >> reporter: we're in the upper 40s and low to mid 50s, so sweatshirts are appropriate. t-shirts this afternoon. we'll have the day-park forecast next. party on people! blinds to go's 60th anniversary sale continues celebrating with 20% off the entire store. you heard right, 20% off the entire store. we're talking employee pricing baby! hey, you need 'em, you want 'em, and now there's no better time to get 'em. blinds to go. blinds for life.
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>> sure! , yeah! >> reporter: let's head outside, reeseville road we have word of a crash, and then you hit the delay 340 into 113. that's normal stuff we're cruised to. we're delayed on the ben franklin bridge westbound side from the tolls into 8ing and vine from the on going work zones. we're looking at delays on the paoli thorndale rail line inbound trains. >> reporter: 44 in pottstown, 47 in coatsville, low 50s closer to the delaware river. everybody bundle up early. 40 in south jersey. 47 in agendas and hammonton. 58 in avalon, upper 40s and low 50s up and down the state of delaware. if you're run are errands it's a
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cool start. 56. noon, 64 and 69 is the high today at 3:00 p.m. there will be a breeze blowing around 8 to 16 miles per hour not as bluster as yesterday. erin and matt. >> thanks, david. 6:51 time for a preview of "good morning america." amy robach joins us live from the "g.m.a." studios we have many developments to share on ebola. >> reporter: we do, matt and erin. we're talking about the second ebola scare is new patient who came in contact with the victim who died in dallas has been rushed to the hospital. no screenings for the virus, at some of the largest airports. suspicious fires north of sacramento, firefighters battling a series of wildfires, but burning outer -- out of the control and shutting down major
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>> 6:55 someone spray painted racist graffiti on the front door of hallahan school. school staffers have removed the graffiti. pennsylvania's candidates for governor tom wolf and tom corbett will have star power with them today. hillary clinton will campaign for the challenger and chris christie will campaign for the
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incumbent. a couple has given birth to their son hours ago, and they know that shane michael hailey will not survive very large g very long. head to my facebook so you can send them best wishes. >> reporter: slowly from 29 to 23, luckily the crash we had near trooper is gone. we have a wreck in horsham to avoid, it's along county line at keith valley road. >> reporter: satellite and radar is showing we're going to be off to a sunny start, generally speaking we're looking at bright conditions. 54 degrees, we're in the 50s in most neighborhoods. noon, 60 the rest of the day we take off 64 degrees by noon, 6 by 2. the high is 69 at 4:00 p.m., fairly bright and breezy, but
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not as blustery as yesterday. i want to head to erin o'hern's facebook page because she has a tasty burger recipe. >> it won't cost you $1,800. >> it involves ranch! "g.m.a." is next! i guess i never really gave much thought to the acidity in any foods. never thought about the coffee i was drinking having acids. it never dawned on me that it could hurt your teeth. my dentist has told me your enamel is wearing away, and that sounded really scary to me, and i was like well can you fix it, can you paint it back on, and he explained that it was not something that grows back, it's kind of a one-time shot and you have to care for it. he told me to use pronamel. it's gonna help protect the enamel in your teeth. it allows me to continue to drink my coffee and to eat healthier,
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and it was a real easy switch to make.
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with tom corbett, things keep getting worse. september 16th. budget deficits force pennsylvania to borrow $1.5 billion dollars just to keep the lights on. three days later, pennsylvania's unemployment rate goes up for the second straight month. under tom corbett, we've fallen from 9th to 47th in job creation. and on september 25th, pennsylvania's credit is downgraded for the fifth time in two years. why would we give tom corbett four more years? .
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good morning, america. and breaking this morning, ebola emergency. the big new crackdown at the nation's top airports to keep the deadly disease out of this country. as the workers who clean the planes walk off the job over ebola fears. and the new concerns in dallas. is the sheriff's deputy who enforced the quarantine now the newest victim. >> >> breaking right now, wildfires burning out of control out west. scorching hundreds of acres, black smoke and shutting down a major highway for hours. the hunt for who set them. i'm seeing some suspicious person in my neighbor's yard. >> a 911 call sparking major outrage this morning.