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are some issues of tentative agreement. but there is still significant disagreements issues that have to be resolved. >> since before the walkout. negotiations are based here at the sheridan hotel. beginning last evening and continuing until early this morning. there is meaningful give and take through the deadlocked sides, the union closely examined a septa proposal. the union wants meaningful pension reform and septa says the union members have to pay more for their health plan and the rank and file want more operator schedule changes because it can lead to driver fatigue and longer bathroom breaks than previously scheduled. a number of politicians are monitoring the talks. among them is johnson. >> on the labor side we know we
have workers that they need addressed but ultimately we want to make sure that next tuesday on november 8th we have a transportation system that is up and running to move the city forward on election day. >> that election day concern on many political minds, the thinking is if they face a longer commute in the a.m. and p.m., they will have a shortened window of opportunities to get to the polls before or after they go to work. back to negotiation, the sense here is that there has been progress today and in the last 24 hours, the two sides continue to communicate. >> all right some movement is better than none. the strike is making an already tough commute even more unbearable. matt pellman in the traffic center to help us navigate the mess. >> it sure has been a mess. we are in day two without our
septa city buses that is 79 routes without the market and broad street subways and six of our trolleys are halted as the strike continues. people are taking to the regional rails and a less than pleasant day on them. the west hill west and fox chase lines, half hour delays on those two lines, they are toughly impacted the last couple of days. otherwise on other lines delays of around 120 minutes in spots this afternoon. and of course a lot of people that have cars are pulling them out of the garage and hitting the streets. the city streets are gridlocked one again this afternoon as we look live at senter city this is vine at broad. and yesterday we saw it spill back on to the vine street expressway and back on to the ben franklin bridge, this afternoon the westbound delay on the vine is starting towards broad street. we'll see what happens as the
afternoon progresses. in northeast philadelphia this is 95 sluggish northbound by cotman in the work zone. and on 495 in delaware a crash southbound past 12th street and the right lane is out of commission. and crossing in pilesgrove route 40 is blockd this afternoon because of a crash and downed poll. feather bed lane is a possible alternate there. let grab the ipad and do do the commuter report on this hump day afternoon. we are watching a crash on academy road giving us congestion in the area by the lukoil station as well. we'll check it again coming up in the 4:30 after hour. >> we don't know when the strike will end but we know when the work week will end. at least one business is benefiting uber says that saled soared yesterday. the ride sharing company expanded their rider pool option to help people get around the
area affordably, allowing customers to share roads and split the costs, usage spiked during the morning rush compared to last week. a nonprofit is helping people get around in the absence of the broad street line, volunteers with able body christian men are using their van to shuttle those for free. helping students and seniors and the disabled to get around during the strike. the mission is to do good deeds. be sure to let us know how the strike is affecting you. share your stories with us use #6abcaction on social media or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. and "action news" will get an early start tomorrow to make sure you are up to date on the strike and its impact. join matt, tam david and karen starting at 4:00 a.m. eagles head coach, doug
peterson said today that wide receiver josh huff is ready to play sunday at least for now. despite of his gun and drug arevelant. police pulled him of for speeding on the new jersey side of the walt whitman bridge, police found a gun and hollow bullets and marijuana in the car. huff talked about the charges. >> my actions and consequences i understand that and own up to it. all i can do is take it a day at a time right now. that is what i'm doing. >> now huff also apologized but added what professional athlete does not own a gun. coach peterson says he is waiting for the legal investigation to play itself out. and comedian bill cosby is back in the courtroom today. he battled prosecutors over a number of issues including cosby's own deteriorating health
and thebility of his accusers. >> two full days of hearings on pretrial maneuvers by bill cosby's lawyers are wrapping up at this hour. no rulings are expected at this point but the legal wrangling is fierce in the courtroom. bill cosby and his legal team is back in cord again with multiple attacks on the montgomery county da sex assault against him. the defense wants to suppress his decades old testimony from a civil suit. andrea constand prevailed on the civil suit claiming the comedian molested her in his home in '04. and former d.a. promised he would not use it to prosecute. and he testified he did make
that agreement and kevin steel vowed to bring charges and have that explosive deposition unsealed by the court and use it in cosby's criminal trial that is why the cosby team wants to block its use as evidence. >> this is vitally important to what happens in the days to come and we are confident that the judge will carefully andalize the issues, important issues in this case and throughout pennsylvania and throughout the united states. in mid-december two more days of hearings are set. judge steven o'neil will hear arguments why a dozen more cosby defendants should be banned from testifying. gloria allred represents many of them. >> i think the court is being extremely patient with the defense. and really wanted to know what
are the facts. >> reporter: the facts are brian and sharrie. if cosby is convicted in the constand case, the 79-year-old legendry entertainer could look at 10 years in prison and a $1 million fine. >> all right vernon thank you. it's time for a first check of the accuweather forecast. as we are in the midst of a warm-up once again. lets head outside to meteorologist, adam joseph. it's a big difference from yesterday. >> november 2nd does not feel like it whatsoever. we have a lot of sunshine and very comfortable temperatures running well above normal in fact right now in philadelphia we are sitting at 70 degrees, and 73 in washington and 76 in pittsburgh and 80s for charleston west virginia as well as roanoke, virginia. these numbers are extremely pleasant, if you can get
outdoors this evening, enjoy it. very comfortable and not much of a slip in temperature, only 4 degree there's into the lower 60s by the 11:00 hour and mild night overall. the low in philadelphia 58 degrees, that is typical or closer to our normal high temperature for this time of year. there are changes that will be working in here on thursday. stormtracker 6 live double scan low pressure west of milwaukee, that will cut its way to the north here and drag a cold front through, not a lot of activity with it now but as that passed through we'll have another day of warmth with showers and downpours and thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon at this time. and behind that we are looking at a seasonable stretch and pretty nice weather over the upcoming weekend. we'll talk about the big changes coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> thank you. turning to the race for the white house now. the candidates are crisscrossing the country with election day less than a week away. hillary clinton will be in las vegas and arizona tonight and
vice president joe biden hit the campaign trail for her earlier today as part of a big push in florida. he encouraged the crowd in tampa to get out and vote. both campaigns consider the sunshine state as a key to being victorious and the president is on the trail as well. the president wrapped up a rally stressing the importance of this election as he talked to the crowd at the university of north carolina. >> donald trump is barnstorming the trump in florida telling them to pretend why they are losing. and one of three scheduled stops in the sunshine state today. polls show a very tight race but mr. trump urged those that back him not to get complacent. florida is a must win state for trump. mr. trump's daughter tiffany campaigned in pennsylvania today.
in malvern at lancaster avenue. tiffany had four stops in the greater philadelphia area, donald trump's wife melania is set to make the first campaign street at the republican convention tomorrow and that will happen in berwyn, chester county. >> meanwhile, uncertainty about this election is weighing heavily on the stock market as is concern about interest rates, the fed calmed one of the concerns today leaving rates unchanged but indicated that a rate hike could be coming very soon. perhaps mitigating the losses here today. here is how wall street reacts the dow falling 77.5 points and the nasdaq down 48 points and the suspect 500 down almost 14 points on the day. and a neighborhood taking dozens of suspected criminals off the street. and we have details about her national award. >> and then 6 abc is teaming up
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of shooting and killing two police officers in des moines, iowa, is now in custody. officials say that scott michael green ambushed the officers while they were sitting in their patrol car early this morning. it was last week that green argued with officers after being kicked out of a high school football game for displaying a confederate flag. but no motive has been announced. 15 guns are taken off the streetses of southeast philadelphia along with 27 suspected criminals and 28,000 worth of drugs that they say the
criminals planned to sell on the street. look at first arms and crack cocaine and prescription pills all seized at ogden street. this is part of a crack down on gang activity. they believe they took out a small amount of drugs. >> they won't have kilos in the house. there will guys that are destroying the communities with small amounts of drugs in the neighborhoods. >> the suspects arrested last week include 63 adults and one juvenile. investigators are still connecting the dots to see if anywhere working together as part of a larger drug o. s organization. there are two things we couldn't love more charity and cheesesteaks. tomorrow a special event celebrating both. we created our very own cheesesteak here at 6 abc with the iconic creator of the famous
sandwich all to raise money for a special childrens charity. >> pats steaks at the corner of manayunk is a piece of history. it started in 1930 with pat who made a steak sandwich and shared it with the cabby. and the cabby said this is the sandwich you should make and forget the hot dogs. that is how it started. >> and an event that is helping kids in need. that you all voted for. >> 6 abc one. >> cheese and bacon. meat and more meat. >> and caramelized onions, a great sandwich. >> the sale of each and everyone benefits a special charity. cradles to crayons providing low income kids with everything they need to feel safe, and warm and ready to learn. >> for a lot of them it may be the only thing they receive all
year long. some of our kids come from the most dire situations. >> the need is overwhelming, more than 12,000 kids are on the wait list for a warm coat. >> when a kid doesn't have a warm coat or snow boots or shoes, they can't go to school or play with their kids at the playground. >> so tomorrow bring your appetite. >> if you earn a million dollars i'll give you a million dollars. >> you hear that? cradles to crayons. >> when you do come down to buy our special cheesesteak we invite to you bring along items for cradles to crayons they have a need and bin set up for socks and pjs and gently used or new winter i'ms, coats and boots. we'll be at pats king of steaks and you guys i'll be in the kitchen making the special 6 abc
cheesesteaks. >> i hope you bring some back. >> give me some cash. >> good event thank you. time for a check of the accuweather forecast. >> meteorologist, adam joseph, is standing by with more on the rising temperature situation. >> temperatures well above yesterday and lots of sunshine and warm and enjoyable to take a walk or a jog or run outside and take some in some of the beauty of the fall colors happening right now peaking across much of the area, especially philadelphia and down to the south. this sent in to our social media pages from jack in wynnewood, some of the oaks are beginning to change their colors. and if wonder why leaves change color, the longer nights and the cooler temperatures, the sugar process breaks down and you no longer have chlorophyll being
produced that gives the leaves the green color, and the green goes away and the tree's natural color comes through. like browns and oranges. and red colors. >> it's a little weather trivia. 71 in allentown and 70 in reading and 70 in philadelphia, 68 in millville and 71 in dover and extremely warm ahead of a front that is just lurking to the north with clouds and showers and this will be pushing to the south as we get into your thursday and tonight a mild night, low to mid-50s these temperatures at least that philadelphia number is close to our normal high temperature for this time of year. and again tomorrow in the morning. a little fog in parts of new jersey and mild start 60 in the morning and 60 in reading and 1:00 -- 1:30 some showers and downpours and a rumble of
thunder and upper 70s in the area and slides through the city of philadelphia 3:00, 4:00, and temperatures drop into the 60s behind the front and by 7:0050s in the lehigh valley. and 60s to the south and then off the coast at the 7:00, 8:00 hour. tomorrow we start warm and sunny, but we see the changes coming in in the afternoon with the front and clouds increase and gusty showers and downpours and storms to pass through a high of 76. and windy and cooler on friday and 61 degrees and that is average for this time of year and a seasonable weekend a cool breeze for the unity cup on saturday and sunday mostly sunny and 61 degrees and we fall back this weekend we gain an hour of sleep. if you don't have kids because they will be up an hour earlier. but a nice weekend on tap. >> thanks adam. up next on "action news" at 4:00 today. a local football player gets
national recognition for her accomplishments on and off the field. plus, if your holiday shop involving jewelry then this one is for you. a designer if philadelphia is getting ready for the big sample sale before the holidays, find out how to cash in next in what's the deal. a man breaks into a car and doesn't tale a wallet or cell phone, but a candy bar, how this case was cracked. now health reporter and registered nurse ali gorman with a look at tonight on "action news" at 11:00. >> if you were out at a restaurant and started choking and not able to breathe, would you know what to do. one local family is sharing their tragic story. >> my life has changed and the whole family life has changed. >> and why they are pushing for more people at restaurants to help. i'll have the emotional story and what you need to know to save a life.
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we have breaking flus in center city philadelphia a demonstration is underway and we are watching this crowd steadily grow over the last few minutes. this is 17th and market streets, this group is in opposition of the so-called dakota access line a 1200 pipeline that would carry oil from dakota to illinois. it's on the sidewalk and they have not disrupted traffic but everything going on with the septa strike the possibility of a furnish disruption of traffic is of great concern. we are watching this closely. again 17th and market streets right now. a local high school football player is being recognizes for her work on and off the field. yes, she is only 4'8" but don't let that fool you. junior, felicia perez is fierce. today she was named the max prep high school athlete of the
month. the award is presented by the united states marine corps she is a line backing and full back for the brandywine high school football team. she was overwhelmed by the honor and support from her teammates. >> i appreciate you guys accepting me for who i am and this is really emotionally. >> we can see why it's emotional a big honor for her today. felicia started playing football when she was only 7, in addition to her commitment to the team she works 30 hours a week and volunteers at a nonprofit helping those with disabilities. >> an incredible young woman. awesome.
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weekend when out with friends in delaware county. sara bloomquist is there this afternoon. you just talked to the grieving mother. >> reporter: i did brian. just a moment ago. 17-year-old tamir germany's mother came here hoping to get answers about her son's death. he was here in chester over the weekend visiting with friends and then found shot to death in the woods saturday night. >> for this unfortunate event to happen to us in this young man's life. it's hard. >> she wants to know who killed her 17-year-old son, tamir germany, the wilmington resident is driving around chester and hounding detectives hoping for answers about the killing. late saturday someone passing through the woods near 11th and palmer came across tamir's lifeless body shot once in the torso and died alone on a path
in the dark. >> he was alone in a car with some guys and led to that area. taken through the woods and assassinated. >> tamir was a senior at dupont high school in greenville, delaware, the superintendant sent a letter home saying a young life was taken too soon. echoing the superintendant she said her son was athletic and well liked and not a trouble maker, she wishes chester police was more forthcoming about what they know about tamir's death. >> i could be angry, i cried. i cried enough. i want answers to no avail to the chester police department they are helping in no kind of way. >> we tried but could not get through to anybody at the chester police department to give us additional details and the progress on this investigation, this is the second incident of gun violence that impacted the ai dupont
community in just the past few weeks a recent graduate was shot in newcastle county, he remains in critical condition. i'm sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. well, it is day two of the septa workers strike and while there are signs of progress for a new contract no deal has been made. buses, trolleys and subways that provide about 900,000 ride a day remain shut down. septa had to get a court order to get workers from blocking regional train crews from getting to work and that caused a significant delay on those lines last night. we'll follow the strike and bring you another live update in the next half hour and any breaking developments will be on our website 6abc.com. a man in his 20s was found shot in both of his legs in wilmington this afternoon. this was the 1700 block of chestnut street at 1:00. police say this is where the victim was found but may have
been shot on reed and south franklin street. the victim was taken to the hospital and his condition is not known. and newcastle county police arrested a man for a shooting in broad daylight. michael burnett is charged with shooting a 43-year-old man monday afternoon in newcastle. fortunately the victim here did survive. we have new surveillance video of a theft underway at a philadelphia business. investigators are hoping to identify this man who got away with thousands of dollars worth of tools and paint guns from fillmont auto body in olney. he broke through a locked gate early friday morning and if you have physician on who this guy is, philadelphia police want to hear from you. well, because of that strike we are detailing many of you will sit in your cars this afternoon but maybe a good afternoon to open up the windows. >> open up the sun roof and just
sit back and chill out or try to. as we take a look now live on sky 6 hd overlooking center city a little haze in the air and warm november day at 70 degrees right now, the dew point is 56 and that is up a little bit. winds from the southwest at 6 miles per hour. the pressure 30.18, as we look at the numbers compared to yesterday we are running 15 degrees warmer in allentown and reading and 41 degrees warmer in the poconos and 10 degrees warmer in millville, and we are talking about the warm november and in the month of november we typically first see our first snowflakes fall in the air so we are back to school and the weather question is, when was the last time the city of philadelphia had measurable snow in november. meaning more than a trace. 2010, 2008 or 1999. the first person there to get is correct will get a shout-out. >> have you to have more than a
little bit. >> thank you adam. well, today's online world will have us connected in so many ways. that could leave families somehow feeling disconnected. we visited the family who designed a tool not just to enforce internet safety but to enforce limits on screen time. erin o'hearn is at the big board with the story. >> reporter: a lot of parents are interested in this system. the system this family is using is called meet circle, a filtering device allowing families use technology without having it take over. >> we needed something that we could police the internet and keep them safe. >> heather lackey 11 and 8-year-old boys are not just tech savvy but attend a technical school.
she got meet circle. >> each of my family has a profile and limit filters set according to their ages. >> each device they use is connected to their profile, so the set is the same even though the device they use changes, she limits screen time and sets a bedtime so they condition access the internet past a certain time. >> if it's dinner time and i call them and they don't answer, i can pause the internet and they come running. >> rob says that there are ways around meet circle but the program is set up so if the fileters change the parents or person in charge is notified by the service, there are other devices similar to meet circle an added device called circle go sets it apart. >> one of the solutions that it doesn't follow the user everywhere that he or she goes
meet circle does do that. >> the lackeys say it's a useful tool but agree that it can't work alone. >> there is no sub tuition for talk and discussion. >> the device calls $99 and if you add circle go, that is $10 a month for the subscription. there are other devices i have listed on my facebook page and website, but none seem to include all the features that this service does. and disney the parent company of 6 abc -- we are counting until election day and hillary clinton and donald trump are pulling out all the stops across pennsylvania. rick williams is live in the newsroom with more on that story. >> reporter: hi sharrie, that is right pennsylvania obviously is a battleground state and
expected to be key in the race of 270 electoral votes next tuesday and today some of clinton's a-list surrogates brought a big crowd this afternoon and we'll talk about the actress that people were hoping to get a glimpse of during her visit to campus today. and obesity is a growing problem at schools across the country, some say unhealthy food at school is to blame. ali gorman breaks down the new research that shows that may not necessarily be the case, those stories and more when we come back at 5:00. >> thank you rick. a local high school theater department had a chance to consult with a real star of the strange. jodi who had a role as marie in the original rockery movie coached the students at abington senior high. helping them with a completic
play in buffalo new york. still ahead on "action news" at 4:00, a thief decides to steal from the car of a college student but the suspect doesn't take his wallet or phone, instead he steals a chocolate bar. find out what else happened in this odd crime. >> get your hands off my kit kat bar. and it's never too early to stock up on holiday gifts, alicia vitarelli tells us how to get in on the sample sale at loggo's. and adam joseph is back with the full forecast from accuweather.
australia. derek shot the video from above and they tried to whistle down to warn the surfers but the shark left without warning anyone. it was a close encounter. >> my goodness. pope francis weighed in on women as priests and that the order by one of his predecessors was the last word. where the lutheran church in sweden is headed by a woman. he said that pope john paul ii ruled it out in 1994 and that judgment remains. we start in iowa with a heart warming powerful moment born from a heart breaking tragic scene. community members are mourning the loss of two police officers killed ambush style while sitting in their police cruisers. >> some residents like this woman here were trying to find
ways to send hope and comfort and she found the officer and gave him water and snacks, she says the only way she knows how to help is to feed. the emotions are rough. >> i want you to go home to your family and i want my dad to come home to me. and i'm sorry and hear for you all. >> and through tears they both prayed. the suspect by the way in these attacks is now in custody. >> an amazing video and an amazing woman. how about this story? in kansas a college man cracked the stolen case of his stolen kit kat bar. colin was unloading things from his car to his dorm and came back out and noticed something was missing, a kit kat, to be
exact. stolen from the cup holder. but the thief did not take his cell fon or even his wallet. the culprit left a note on a napkin. >> it said i saw a kit kat in the cup holder, i love them. i didn't take anything else from your car i was hungry and love them colin tweeted the letter and now it's shared hundreds of time. you have a kit kat guy and a hungry person forgiven from stealing a snack. lets get a check of the roads right now. matt is standing by with the update. >> reporter: pack the kit kats and putser fingers and snickers you'll need a basket of them to get home it will take a while. you know what is not running because of the septa strike.
lets talk about what is running, the regional rails but not so well. delays across the rails, a lot of them 15 to 25 minutes, the chestnut hill west and fox chase lines all the trains on those lines experiencing up to half hour delays. once again this afternoon it's a slow ride home on the regional rails and again if you board in center city you have to have the tickets they'll check the tickets before you go down to the platform and the lines at the platforms are astronomical this afternoon. on the big picture a lot of extra traffic in center city because of the septa strike and a demonstration at 17th and market and no parking on broad street and south the meters are out of commission because of the septa strike. and a crash in delco at chester pike at ridley avenue and one in torresdale, with the waze app. and one at academy.
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over a trace? >> a. >> i wanted to say b. >> i'll go b. >> sharrie is saying a. >> it's b. 2008 was the last time. >> went with chico our floor director's answer. >> chico high five. ryan got it right. knitting nerd was the first person to get it right. it was on november 21st of 2008 the last time we saw an inch of snow accumulate in philadelphia. typically it's not really until december. as we look at the temperatures right now. we are not talking about wintry precipitation around the 70 degree mark, 72 in fact in trenton and the poconos 71
degrees and cape may at 64. satellite 6 along with action radar and clouds to the west and here is the front. not all that impressed with the thunderstorm activity but we watch this as it pushes through tomorrow afternoon but tonight we are on the mild side. 53 to 58 degrees, that temperature closer to the normal high for this time of year and by lunch time tomorrow mid-70s and wilmington and trenton upper 70s down to the south and we watch the front from the north and west at lunch time and the lehigh valley and a quick thunderstorm again and you see it's a broken line and not a lot of rain and not everyone will see it tomorrow afternoon but wet commuters here and there kind of flashing through at 4:00. philadelphia, lancaster and wilmington and far to the south here by 7:30 tomorrow evening. notice how quickly the temperatures tumble from the mid-70s to the 40s and 50s by
tomorrow evening. so we'll watch that line of showers and thunderstorms, the key time 1:00 until 7:00 p.m. from the north to the south and we see brief wind gusts to 45 miles per hour with any of the downpours or thunderstorms that pass through. >> then on friday the front is way to the south, look at this high pressure with clear sky across most of the country here on friday. back to normal a high of 61 but winds on friday gusting to 30 miles per hour higher in the afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast warm again with the afternoon showers and quick little thunderstorms of 76 and drops the temperature but that is average or closer to it for friday and very windy here with sun and clouds and a perfect weekend seasonable 60 to 61 cool breeze saturday and mostly sunny on saturday, as we flip the clocks back and bright monday and 59 and putting a vote
in for sunshine. and dry tuesday at 62. typical and above normal seven-day forecast once you are past the weekend. >> sunshine and winds. thank you. believe it or not it's country music's biggest night and tonight the cma awards celebrate 50 years, a star studded lineup is ready to perform including a tribute to dolly parton honored with the willy nelson lifetime acheerment award and brad paisley and carrie underwood will once again host the show. watch is live at
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for. loggo's is a brand here but people come from all over the country to get the deepest discounts of the year. >> this is the tradition people look forward to it. it's the one and only time a year that everything lago's is half hov. people travel for this. sample sale. >> people email susand call us, it's really a cult now. from cocktail rings to necklaces and semi precious stones of every shape and color. >> and of course diamonds. >> every gem and jewel and bauble will be on sale. >> whatever price you see here you take 50% off at the register. >> that is correct. regulars of the sale know there could be a wait total get to the sale counter. they only let a small group in
at a time and take your time browsing and trying and of course shopping. people come with friends and family and mother and daughter and they talk about what they are going to pick for their loved one for the holiday gifts. >> lago is a company started right here in philadelphia. it's our signature design. you buy that first piece and keep adding and adding. >> this goes up the arm. and while you won't find mens jewelry here. >> we are welcoming any gentlemen that wants to come and buy for anyone that deserves it. >> you got that gentlemen. it make a great holiday gift. this runs this friday and saturday and then again next friday and saturday, we have listed the address there in northern liberties and the times for each day of this sample sale on 6abc.com.
>> i notice the earring you are wearing right now. >> i may have been the first customer. >> now for sharrie williams and alicia vitarelli i'm brian taff. we hope you'll join me tonight and every night for a full hour of "action news" at 10:00. rick williams and monica malpass are up next with "action news" at 5:00.
"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with jaime apody, meteorologist, cecily tynan, rick williams and monica malpass. we always have to suffer for what septa wants. and that is unfair to us. >> when i come out it's a nightmare. to get to work takes forever and it's a nightmare. >> i hope it's over soon. i am hopeful that as they continue to talk they work it out. >> more frustration for septa riders and city officials as the city continues to sit at a stand still. the big story on "action news" is day two of the septa strikes we get word that both sides are closer to a deal but no concrete
word when they will come to an agreement. we are live now where contract talks are trying to come to a compromise. we have crews in the events that a deal is struck. matt pellman is tracking the evening rush but first lets go to the picket line, walter perez starts us off at 69th street station in upper darby. >> reporter: there are buses coming and going from the station here and mostly just suburban lines not affected by the strike but when it comes to the many customers affected by the strike they are frustrated. >> most of the mass transit customers we spoke with here at the 69th street station say they empathize with the striking septa worker buzz there has to be a better way. >> i don't want to take away their ability to strike, but the commuters suffer. how do they work it in new york