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another teen shot and killed on the streets of philadelphia, two other people also hurt in the shooting. what investigators found at the scene, that they hope will lead to the shooter. if you live in pennsylvania, time is almost up. how you can get registered to vote before today's deadline. plus donald trump concerned about voter fraud right here in philadelphia, why he is urging his supporters to keep a close watch on election day.
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>> you wanting to back to them or do you want to stay with donald trump. >> trump. >> oh, baby. >> yes, kissing babies, asking for support donald trump's mini me makes an appearance. >> beautiful. >> what he had to say right here in the state of pennsylvania. good day everybody it is time to register to vet. it is october 11th. it is 10/11/16. >> this is just for pennsylvania because if you live in delaware and new jersey you still have time but why wait until the last minute get it done today. >> it is the last day, you have to do it, today. 6:01. yesterday was a gorgeous day. >> yes, it was beautiful. >> it got chilly last night and chill think morning too. >> yeah, so much so, we have a frost advisory in effect for someplace these morning. the frosty morning. we are in the used to being this cold in the morning.
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we will give you a nine out of ten today. buddy has a coat on with temperatures in the 30's and 40's, very chilly, and there are counties that are affect by your frost advisory. we have western half of chester, montgomery, bucks counties as well as the southern half of the burlington county, basically every place that is highlighted there. look at mount pocono, only 30 degrees. coldest morning of the season so far. thirty-five allentown, pottstown, 46 in the city and in wildwood we are only 41 in wilmington delaware. not much breeze at least, wind indict down since yesterday. 46 degrees. 7:08 as our sunrise time. sunrise time 66. yesterday's high was 65, 49 degrees tonight, a lot happens after that as we start to look a head to the weekend, seven day forecast is coming up, good morning, bob kelly. >> good morning, sue, good morning. 6:02. we have a problem on the plea route southbound lanes of 476,
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right here near macdade boulevard, left lane blocked, so we're all hitting the brakes coming on down heading down toward i-95 coming in from new jersey on the freeway not that bad heading toward walt whitman, ben franklin looking good coming into downtown philadelphia accident in cheltenham took any creek parkway at cheltenham avenue police are on the scene there fire location was detourness west philadelphia along 5100 block of pardonnish street. schuylkill looking good. in problems on i-95, mass transit is off to a good start as well. mike and alex, back over to you. lets get to a developing story out of north philadelphia one teen is dead, two others are shot, steve's on the story, hi there, steve. >> reporter: just happened nine hours ago so homicide detectives are still trying to figure out exactly what did happen but what we know happened just sound awful. how often do you hear authorities say kids need to be in rec centers if you are out, organize place with organized activities. well, these two kids were at a
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rec center 16 and 17 year-old in prime time not super late at night like we have seep but another philadelphia child shot and killed by gunfire. why did it happen? we don't know. in fact, the two teens, even one is dead may have been suspects in the case according to detectives because they don't necessity who was shooting and that means these two may have been shooting themselves at a 21 year-old who was third person shot or others involved that got the away. they have got cameras and video, and they have got a gun. >> where this shooting took place is just directly across the street from a playground and a recreation center so we know there is normally a lot of teenagers, young adults, some even tender age children that are usually in the area at the this time due to the fact that we have a rec center right across the street from where this shooting took place. >> mayfair is a family area, a
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lot of people call 911 when they heard gunfire there wasn't any problem finding witnesses, and finding people to cooperate with police. but finding answers is tough. but believe it the or not, they have found some answers from one of the victims because the busiest police district in the entire city of philadelphia, the 15th in mayfair right on levick street where north east detectives are this guy runs from the shooting scene right into the police district, shot, bleeding badly saying he had just been shot. he is critical. they got him to the hospital. somebody drove these two kid in the private car to the hospital and next to the the gun you see in the grass was an air jordan and they are wondering if one of these victims was wearing jordan and if so did they have the gun as well since the gun was dropped right next to where sneaker was found a foot away. we will try to find out more later but again here we are in 2016 telling you about another child in philadelphia, killed by gunfire. >> yet, another, you're right.
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6:05. a fire at home in west philadelphia is now under control, fire fighters responded to a home in the 5100 block of parish street in west philadelphia just before 5:00. crews put out flames quickly and just about 30 minutes no one was hurt. investigators are still looking for a cause. now to ogontz philadelphia police say someone tried to start a fire in the police cruiser. investigators found burned paper sticking out of the opened gas tank in the car parked at the forty-fifth district lot but after lighting the paper the fire died out before reaching the gas tank. no one was hurt, thankfully. donald trump/hillary clinton wasting in time have after sunday night's debate getting back on the campaign trail yesterday, clinton made stops in michigan and ohio, there were about 20,000 people showed up at ohio state university for her declaring herself winner from sunday night in the debate, others thought otherwise. donald trump spent time there in pennsylvania hitting the western part of the state.
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he hinted the election could be stolen from him in the city of philadelphia. >> but i just hear some reports about philadelphia. we have to make sure we're protected. we have to make sure that the people of philadelphia are protected that the vote counts are 100 percent. >> donald trump spent his time last night attacking me when he should have been apologizing. >> of course, she meant sunday night that was yesterday. also yesterday, wikileaks posted thousands more e-mails appear to be from the account have of hillary clinton's presidential campaign trail john podesta, house majority leader, paul ryan had plenty to say yesterday, he will no longer defend donald trump. 6:07. new poll shows release of that video is taking a toll on -- video is the video from 11 years ago. >> from last friday night we all learned about it where there was body talk on the bus. republican nominee now trails
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hillary clinton by double digits according to a nbc news/wall street journal poll which has 52 percent support and donald trump at 38 percent. but if you want to make your vote count, voting is the real deal. you need to register first. >> deadline is today in pennsylvania, 17 other states, where are you in the temple campus. >> reporter: that is right, temple. hillary clinton made her first official campaign visit the here after accepting democratic nomination for president, she had been here several times in philadelphia and other heavy hit hers trying to get people registered ahead of the deadline. question is are you registered and if not will you be registered. easy to do, it is fast, do it on line as well. other question is how are young people and first time voters feeling about the overall prospect, sunday nate's second presidential debate between donald trump and hillary clinton did not get into specifics. while we did see voting
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registration efforts like here, a lot of college students feel lackluster toward presidential at top of the ballot. >> i was not impressed by either candidate but aim in the sure who i'm voting for. >> i'm not hopeful either way at this point but one of them has to lead. >> i don't pay attention at all. >> not at all. >> i don't like either of them from what i heard so i don't pay attention. >> i think america is screwed regardless of who we get as president. >> either one. >> either one because hillary clinton lays about stuff and trump is a liar as well. you cannot trust a liar. >> reporter: some say they wished candidates talk about issues that concern them. you can register on line just search pennsylvania voting services. register on the state's web site and get register until midnight tonight, also delaware you have until saturday, new jersey we have until next tuesday, so, both candidate will say, no excuses, get registered back to you mike and alex. >> i understand there may be a
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couple states in our grand union that allow you to register the vote the day of the voting. how about that. why do we have to register in the first place. third question is i'm registered to vote but i moved since the last time i voted. do i have to reregister or do i just find a new polling place? you have a lot of homework to do and i'll see new a half an hour. >> you got it. >> you should have told them did you move from a different state. >> no, i did not. >> in fact i only moved three blocks so i may have the same polling place and how do i find out what my polling place is, a fourth question. >> start tweeting some of your questions. >> a fifth question where did you get that coat because i need that coat. storm is long gone but the problems are still very real i'm talking about matthew. find out where crews are still pulling people from flood waters after hurricane matthew. how tall are you?
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how do we measure greatness in america? the height of our skyscrapers? the size of our bank accounts? no. it's measured by what we do for our children. the values we pass on. i've spent my life fighting for kids and families and it will be my mission to build a country where our children can rise as high as their dreams and hard work take them. that means good schools for every child in every zip code. college that leads to opportunities... not debt. and an economy where every young american can find a job that lets them start a family of their own. we face big challenges, but we can solve them the same way families do.
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working together. respecting one another. and never giving up. i want our success to be measured by theirs. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. making federal fund ago veilable for those devastating for hurricane matthew. dozen are in north carolina now helping with search and rescue, and stranding 1500 people, in lumberton. crews are using both in hell cooperate tours get them to safety and at least 23 people in the u.s. have been killed since the hurricane hit and several others are still missing. coming up on 6:13.
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turn it off right now is latest message from samsung about a galaxy note seven phone that continue, to catch fire. what you can do if you own one of those devices. did the eagles get robbed? yes, indeed. nothing we can do about it the now but coming up hear why head coach doug pederson got it dead wrong when they gave the ball to the lions after rice an matthews fumble. in fact this tape has been sent to the nfl, what will happen? absolutely nothing.
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it is a cold one this morning, chilliest weather of the season so far thanks to high pressure in control, clear skies, radiational cooling and no cloud to keep in the warmth from yesterday. so that means we have a start but a nice rest of the the day, we continue to watch hurricane nicole down there in the atlantic in the island of bermuda and this cold front which is a weather maker for us later in the week but probably not much of one. temperatures in the the 30's right now north and west of the city and frost advisory continues there. right at 40 degrees in millville and atlantic city
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below freezing in mount pocono for first time this season, 37 d here in the city, it is 46, not much wind, at least that calmed down from yesterday and on sunday and as we mentioned there is hurricane nicole still, flood warnings, not just advisory but flood warnings for many parts of the north carolina as a result of hurricane matthew. so we wonder if we will get any rain from this cold front on thursday. i think there will be cloud rolling through in the afternoon and then it will be cooler after that. so we will put that all together in the forecast for today 66 degrees. in the 70's tomorrow and thursday, two more beautiful days, by friday, it is cooler after the cold front but still sunny and it is bright on saturday and sunday but these days are shorter, nights are longer, bob kelly so i don't know about you but we caved in and turn the heat on. >> not yet, no way jose. live look, at the blue route, 476 southbound down to only
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one lane, near mark dade boulevard, police say a disable truck here only two lanes available here at the southern end. so all brake lights south, folks trying to get toward the airport. south pound i-95 jammo from academy to cottman, beginning of the tuesday morning rush hour. definitely more then yesterday, we had holiday yesterday and then some will folks could be off again tomorrow with the jewish holiday. here's a live look at route 73 near tacony palmyra bridge no problems or delays there at all. tookany creek parkway an accident at cheltenham avenue also up in pottstown a crash at high and madison and for folks watching us down the shore garden state parkway north bound watch for an accident at somers point. the mass transit looking good, mike and alex, back to you. 6:18. passengers seriously injured during deadly new jersey transit crash in hoboken are set to hold a press conference this morning in newark. a lawyer will be speaking on their behalf, one woman was
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killed and more than 100 others were hurt when train slammed in the busy station two weeks ago. the train was going more than twice the speed limit. can you saw lawsuit? 6:19. supreme court justice ginsburg bow she did not mence word talking about colin kaepernick during area hugh interview. the eight three-year old said the act of not standing during national anthem is quote unquote dumb and disrespectful, her word. ginsburg went on to say there is in law preventing people from being stupid, or arrogant. well, quite opinionated. an important message from samsung this morning. power down your phones, company says last night it is halt willing sales of the galaxy note seven, this is after fires involving new devices supposed to be safe replacements for recalled models. in a statement released samsung says consumers with original note seven device or replacements obtained after the recall should turn them off and seek refund or
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exchange them from different phones. there is also an alert saying that samsung they will stop making these phones as well. >> so if i have to turn it off what good is it? >> basically you don't have a phone. >> no. >> so back page of the daily news, bum call, question mark? under further review as they say, eagles sending clips of sunday's game to the nfl for review of this play what the team is questioning about the official's call on the ryan matthews fumble. >> what will that do good well, nothing but make us feel better because we should have kept the ball and we should be four and zero. that is way the ball bouncing. pig skins. lottery numbers. planned parenthood.
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i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would
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ban abortion and i would suggest we have penalties for doctors who perform them. would you put people in jail for performing abortions? at some point doctors performing abortions i think would be subject to that sort of penalty. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
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priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. the eagles are focusing on cleaning up all of the mistakes, from this week before they helped to washington to take on the redskins. bouncing back, from two turnovers of the season. carson went threw his first interception and bounce back
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from his first loss. doug pederson thinks this can be absolutely a learning experience. it is a teachable moment for him. next time in that situation he will definitely understand what is going on, i think and make those decisions, but one thing about carson, he has a short term mentality. it happens once, he forgets and moves on. nlds series tied at one we know this guy all too well. look at that. jason werth staring at it, that is ridiculous right there. solo shot to left field, 440 feet, and nationals win, eight-three over dodgers taking a two-one lead, that is sports in a minute. do you like that hairy look, hairy face of jason werth. handsome guy without the hair, a lot of women, they call him dirty werthy do you like that look? some people like it.
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>> do you fancy it. >> it doesn't matter if i fancy it. >> you are the only person sitting here with me. >> okay. >> well, 6:25. we will move back on, eagles, fumble late in the third quarter by ryan matthews was turning point in the sunday's loss totalize opposite i guess buzz there are new questions whether the referees got it the right? i say no. >> play was reviewed right after it happened, the lions player touched the ball out of bound before recovering the fumble. that would make it a dead ball and eagles would get the ball back but video seems to show that the ball was touching jason kelce while he was out of bound which would have given the ball back to the eagles. >> dead ball. >> so now we are asking league to review the ruling. >> dead ball out of bound. >> we will send a few clips in out of this game but that is not why we lost this football game. >> pederson said officials said the ball did not touch
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jason kelce. >> a lot of people including ray didgoer, he says it was a poorly officiated game and it was. so did merrill reese. so did mike. so does bob kelly and so does sue. poorly officiateed. pete morally. aloft people say, he has been around forever, some people say he looks like, famed actor abe bog to, of course, he was in the godfather. well, pete i have to this say to you, you blew it and your whole team blew it but i hold you responsible and there are consequences for your action.
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>> it was only business. i always liked you, mike. >> i appreciate you calling me michael. but you got it wrong, pete. there are consequences for your actions. i like when people called me michael. my mom called me michael but you'll suffer the consequences. we're following this. >> i never knew you preferred michael. >> i like when woman call me michael. >> okay michael. >> it makes me shiver a little bit because my moth wore call me michael when i was in trouble. >> oh, yeah. >> the nuns called me michael, michael. >> where is your homework. >> that will get new line if i start calling you michael. michael. >> time to read the tease. >> we are following this developing story, it is happening again what a horrible summer and now fall for our teenagers, a teen is gunned down on the streets of
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philadelphia, what investigators found at that scene that will help lead them to the shooter we think. today is a big day in pennsylvania, especially fuzz are planning on voting. >> yeah, that is right, it is final day to register to vote in pennsylvania, we will tell what you you need to know and answer your questions after the break. yeah, so mom's got this cold.
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gun battle leaves one teen dead and two others in the hospital, the evidence, that police are using to try to track down the killer this morning. well, times running out you have until midnight tonight to make sure you have an voice in the election coming up to take is voter registration deadline and others are just days away, what you need to know to get registered in time. >> do you want to go back to them or go back to donald trump? >> trump. >> a trump mini me at a rally last night, within of donald trump youngest supporters here in pennsylvania. >> good day it is october 11th, 2016. >> he even got a kiss too. >> yes, you have to kiss the babies, oh, yeah, and the candidates, sometimes. sue when was last time someone a stranger not your husband kissed you. >> have been you, on the cheek. >> really. >> remember hall of fame day. >> here he comes.
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>> yeah. >> never wash again, last time i'll shower, ever. now, bus stop buddy, little one for you there too, national kissing day, just happened, it is really cold out there this morning. coldest morning of the season so far in mount pocono, where we went below 30 degrees. forty-six in philadelphia. thirty-seven in reading. 40 degrees in nashville. nashville? millville. see, see what you have done to me. 46 degrees as we said, and 66 for a high temperature so we will gain 20 degrees this afternoon. bob kelly, i'm sorry, you won't know the feeling that i just had. >> or maybe you will.
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>> here we go. >> good morning, everybody kisses for everybody this morning as we say hello to the blue route on the southbound side of 476, jammo all the way down to macdade boulevard. all because of an earlier disabled vehicle 55 minutes here all together, about 20 minutes, westbound on the schuylkill expressway, beginning rush hour,. took any creek parkway at cheltenham avenue in pottstown at high and madison. buses, trains, trolleys all running good with no delays. mike and alex back over to you. >> we have a triple shooting that left one teenager dead. another in the hospital. steve is at the round house, steve. >> homicide team here at headquarters has three key things they are looking at this case and the priority
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number one in this was it was another case of kid shot just 16 and 17 and it was the 17 year-old kid, 16 year-old critical, it happened where kid are supposed to be right outside lower mayfair school rec center and playground right at prime time and thirdly odd thing is a 21 year-old third shot ran from the shooting scene to the police district to get help from the 15th district, the busiest in the city coincidently and in this case it shows you why. >> also being held as possible suspects and until we can determine which of these three are just shooting victims we know but if any of them were actually the shooter. we also found a sneaker on the scene just feet away from where we found the handgun so we are trying to determine which of our victims is missing a sneaker to see if possibly he was in possession of the handgun that was found
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just about 1 foot away from the sneaker. >> reporter: you can see cops with the flashlights in the grass, just a foot off the sidewalk, right outside the fence of this play ground. they find this black revolver so all of the shell casings will be inside the barrel and they will find out soon enough how many guns were used because they will look at bullets fired, that hit these three and it may be a case of these three all shooting at each other 21 year-old tossing the gun on his way to get help, at cops station or maybe somebody else involved that they do not the know about just yet. they have surveillance video and other thing they got again is another case of kids being killed here in philadelphia. right outside where marries hoping to improve a rec center like this. that is where you want kid to be. these kids doing what they are supposed to do and still get shot and killed. >> now, the sneakers.
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>> horrible. police say someone tried to start a fire, in a police cruiser. investigators found burnt paper sticking out of the opened gas tank on the car, parked at the 35th district lot but apparently, after lighting the paper the fire died out before reaching the gas tank before it exploded and nobody was hurt. they are looking for person who did that. right now philadelphia police are on the hunt for serial predator who struck two times in the past couple weeks. even more chilling investigators say these may not be the only crimes. police confirmed that investigators now believe two recent attacks at clear field and other streets are connect to the string of attacks on prostituting dating back to april. if you know anything about these crimes please call police. clementon woman is terrified after what happened inside her home while she slept. we are not showing her face
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because she's still shaken by the ordeal. she says in the middle of the night someone broke in the back kitchen window and climbed inside, person went room to room stealing jewelry, money, credit card before leaving through the back door and without her even suspecting a thing. >> i woke up to three cops in the living room and with the flashlight saying hello is anyone home. i have a night stand next to my bed, they had gap through the drawer in the might stand. it was still opened. >> investigators say similar break ins have happened in lindenwald right next to her and he didn't know. 6:37. donald trump is warning support tours keep a close eye on the poles until the election is not stolen from frustrates. trump spoke in wilkes barre now celebrity businessman repeated his claim that the system is rig, repeat studies have shown that there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud across the nation. newly leaked e-mails are reportedly showing tension
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inside hillary clinton's inner circle. the e-mails offer insight into turmoil within the clinton foundation while hillary was serving as secretary of state. the new york post reports that some of the e-mails from bill clinton's personal aid referred to chelsea clinton, their daughters a spoiled brat who created unnecessary problems because she had not found her focus in life as of yet. that wikileaks at work again. >> are we waiting for october surprise or do you think this is all part of it. >> you talk about an october surprise, how do you beat the one friday with the tape there donald trump but more is coming. in fact people are trying to investigate, welshing i'll look into this more because i don't have confirmation on it but somebody was looking for donald trump using the n word apparently there is a tape out
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there. >> yes. >> you remember the producer said, i'm not authorized, i'm legally bound. >> how he is not authorized to release behind the scenes tape of the apprentice, i don't know isn't that a mark brunette. >> but if it is in your contract. >> i guess so. >> you cannot reveal, behind the scenes. as presidential candidates try to win over undecided voters, a new poll out in the last 24 hours shows a widening gap after that tape came out last friday. >> donald trump now trails hillary clinton by double digits according to a nbc news wall street journal pole with clinton with 52 percent support and trump with 38 percent. so if you want your vote to count next month, you have to register first. >> you have to do it by midnight in it in pennsylvania. >> here in pennsylvania. >> we gave you homework dave kinchen, do your report and do you have any answers for me. >> if you can remember all of the questions.
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>> i do remember your questions. let's talk about it. lets go to the video. a lot of people are not too thrilled, they didn't get specifics but we will give you specific here how to register to vote. the state web site in pennsylvania, says if you move to the residents, if you move from the residents where you are registered to vote, to another pennsylvania residents, less than 30 days before an election you must vote at your former residents. that is former place, your old precinct where you voted before. so that was one of of your questions there. your question we're asking people is will this election inspire a lot of young people to vote, young people we talk to with voter registration going on with campuses like temple university but it is lackluster. >> i don't think they are addressing any issues, they are just bashing each other in the head. >> reporter: you don't feel like you are getting anything out of the potential voter. >> i think hillary more so then trump is better for
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students but i don't think she address is them well enough. >> i would love to have a candidate that i am just completely passionate about that i'm completely all for. >> you have not seen that this time around. >> i have not seen it. >> there is no good choices or no good choices that are also probable to be in the white house. so it is a sticky election. >> reporter: hillary clinton and donald trump leaving those young voters to go on line to the respective web site to find out where they stand on major issues. go on line and get a look at their registration forms to vote on line, it is on my twitter page at d kinchen fox 29 and show you exactly what you need to fill out so you can get registered today and mike, 30 day ruling there i will read it one more time. >> you got it. >> i got it. >> i moved more than 30 days ago. best thing to do is to check on line on the web site which is if you look at pennsylvania
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votes. >> it takes time and energy. >> reporter: it does. >> what do you need,. >> a few months back. >> yes. >> not when, where. >> macy's, macy's. >> okay. >> i got wind blowing by my ear, sorry. >> now you you are blaming the wind. >> it is true. a unexpected special guest made an appearance a cute guest look at that guy. >> baby who is dressed like donald trump. you have to bring him up on stage. >> i thought kid had a wig on but this is real hair. >> i think so too. >> trump asked the baby several questioned guy it was third and final question that
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has crowd soaring. >> where is your daddy, where is your mommy do you wanting to back with them or stay with donald trump. >> trump. >> that is so cute. >> fantastic. >> so donald trump, hillary clinton will meet for their third and final debate on october 19th in vegas baby and you can watch that right here on fox 29. >> will he get. >> they have to do more with baby trump, that is adorable. >> softer side there. >> yes. >> will he get a bump a trump bump from the baby bump. >> okay. >> is it baby bump if he is outside the womb. >> no, it is not. >> the baby is smart, he knows he goes with trump he is set, college paid for, everybody else. >> unless he goes to trump university that is a whole
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other thing. >> i don't want to say this phrase in the teleprompter hitting like a girl. >> it is a processing act. >> it goodies to hit like a girl. >> look at how she hits. oh, man. wonder how the guy feels. that is i great hit. anyway, do you want to meet her. she goes to north pen does that school sound familiar? a super bowl kicker, graduated from that very school.
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roosevelt boulevard, southbound, right at broad street an accident, two cars there in the left lane. seeing delays there ninth street on down, 42, coming in toward the city. watch for headlights and sunrise in the background there as we will see sun glare. and in toward philadelphia. blue route, schuylkill down to macdade. if we're heading out to get to the airport is there an unusual 40 minute delay, already on 476, at the this hour. and, and, out toward conshohocken. and, chester county, route 29, and sun glare later on, sue
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has got the answer coming up in 15 seconds. we have beginning of the gorgeous sunrise this morning, not too many cloud, but those are pretty ones but still we will take it. we're off to a frosty start despite that sunshine, a stretch of dry weather on the way, get ready for that and we're always looking ahead to the weekend, so not a lot of action in the weather, this week but we do have that frost advisory for temperatures in the 30's north and west of the city. advisory in east affect for southern new jersey as well. we have 40 degrees in millville and atlantic city and 30 in mount pocono. lancaster has gone down to 39 degrees and 41 in wilmington. thousand you we will call it deceiving sunshine we have the not used those word for a
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while. wind calmed down a lot since yesterday, so quick look at what is going on, matthew long gone, nicole still hanging in there toward bermuda as category one hurricane. it is a cold start this morning but 66 degrees today. in the 07's tomorrow and thursday. friday is cooler and then saturday for alzheimer's walk in wilmington delaware well get started with temperatures in the chilly 40's but then recover to the mid 60's in the afternoon, mike and alex. >> 6:49. nancy odell women and host caught in the middle of the most recent controversy surrounding donald trump is speaking out. >> during the body talk on the bus donald trump was posting he tried to get with her, when she was still married. married woman. and she refused. he said he took her furniture shopping to no avail. she said his words against her and others are simply not acceptable. so karen what exactly did she
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say, she has been the host of access hollywood for years. >> she was speaking publicly for first time about that tape, billy bush on the bus talking to donald trump. he is bragging talking about billy bush co host nancy odell. we will play it for you. here it is. >> i moved on her like a bleep. i could not get there. she was married. then i see her. she has the big phony bleep and everything and she has totally changed and everything. >> they were both married. >> yesterday hosting entertainment tonight nancy odell spoke about that for the first time. he called all of this just locker room talk. here's what she said. >> there is no room for object case of women or anyone for that matter not even in the locker room. the conversation has got to change, because everybody deserves respect no matter the gender or setting and as a mom i have to add our kids especially our yuck girls need to nose that their hard work and achievement, intelligent, their hearts are more important and those things
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will not go unnet ised. >> reporter: trum -- trump did apologize. how did this all get out here? here's new information nbc host billy bush could be to blame for this tape being released for the first time. they are reporting it was billy bush who was bragging about this whole exchange with trump when they were down in rio talking with the staffers to some of the producers at access local hollywood which is owned by nbc, and they went looking and they found it. there is word nbc had this tape and it was washington post that broke this story and, of course, bush has been suspended by the network during this investigation, and in the middle of backlash. >> so what you are saying billy hadn't bragged about it, it wouldn't have been brought to light and he would have saved his job. >> paid six is maybe it was his own big mouth that created this problem where he could lose his job possibly. >> wow. >> i wonder why nbc satan it
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so long, because washington post to to break it. i would love to be on those conversations at nbc. turn them off. samsung, giving a new warning about a galaxy note seven phone that continue to catch fire, another one caught fire. what you can do if you own one of these things you can make switch it out for another device, probably should. this past weekend don't worry, join thus saturday for our next walk to end alzheimer's event october 15th from 8:00 a.m. to 12:15 at river front wilmington in wilmington delaware. is this the one you will be in. >> i think i'm doing the one in november. >> okay. >> yeah. >> the walk is in philadelphia saturday november 12th we hope to see you there. >> at citizens bank park, man.
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emotional day for actor and comedian kevin hart, latest recipient of the car on the hollywood walk of fame. >> good thing he was honored yesterday and his star is likely locate next to a shoe store which ace prep eighth the because he worked as a shoe salesman before turning to comedy full-time. so all this comes full circle. >> yes. >> his latest film, what now,
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which was film at the link here in philadelphia, hits theaters, this friday. >> we should go to that. >> that will be good. >> supposed to be funny. >> congratulations to sketch hart, he has had so much success, so happy for him. >> good for him. >> i just got an inspirational message on instagram. >> what is that. >> from lena, she watches the show. >> every morning you have two choices, continue to sleep with your dreams, or wake up and chase them. >> i like that. >> nicely done. >> thank you, lena. >> mike's morning instantvation was brought to you by lena. >> and dunkin' donuts. four prince were 7:00 o'clock, it has happened again, tell us about it. >> well, mike, mayfair was first area of philadelphia that was developed like a suburb after world war two, first one with houses with yards and it was in one of those yard police found gun not far from where two kids were shot ape 21 year-old shot
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ran the two local police department, dave. if you want to have any impact on this election at all in pennsylvania, today is the deadline to register to vote, we will show you how and ask whether young people are going to register to vote after the break.
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a gun battle in the streets, leaves one teen dead
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and two others in the hospital. the killer, still on the loose right now, and what police say they found, that they hope will lead them to the shooter. that is new warning from samsung amid more reports of the galaxy note seven phones, bursting into flames. the option you have if you you are would be of the millions who own the device. after a heated debate sunday night, it is back to the campaign trail for hillary clinton and donald trump. but there are new challenging. how donald trump is responding to the dwindling support and what was released in the latest batch of hillary clinton's e-mails. while there is discussion over who won the debate, there is no question, who stole the show. >> what steps will your energy policy take. >> his name is ken bone, he is now an internet sensation thanks to his red sweater and likea built how this undecided voter is handling his

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