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6:00 a.m., thursday, november 3. we're following breaking news. fire crews discovered a body engulfed in flames in south philadelphia. the septa strike grinds on into day three with no deal in sight. cubs win the world series, toppling the indians in a 10th inning showdown. we have team coverage on
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thursday of the septa strike, with annie mccormick and katherine scott and karen rogers. >> it's warm out there, and we're going to have rain? >> reporter: it's warm, i'm not using a coat. we're dealing with low cloud cover, we'll have sun early, but the clouds will get thicker and showers out by pittsburgh will roll east and we'll get an afternoon showers or thunderstorm. 57 degrees and mild, winds out of the south very light. wilmington keeps climbing. 68 degrees in wilmington. at the airport south of the city. 58 degrees in dover, 49 degrees cooler in allentown and 60 in cape may. here's where the numbers will roll in the 1 hour forecast. 59 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 64 by 10:00 a.m., 72 by noon. high of 76 around 2:00 p.m. the clouds get thicker and the showers roll in.
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we wind up dipping back down to 72 by 3:00 p.m., 66 by 6:00 p.m. we have showers and gusty thunderstorms by afternoon, and cool down heading into town tomorrow and staying in the region through the weekend. >> concern, what have you got on the rails this morning. >> reporter: we're starting with an accident blocking two lanes on i-95 northbound at cottman avenue. you see the traffic here, but can you see the pick up truck looks like it's partially up on the concrete barrier. next the accident blocking the left lane and the center lane, you got to see the jam because of it. you're not moving. look at the shot of i-95 northbound jammed from bridge to cottman, watch for a second, you can see they are barely moving on i-95 northbound. it's a mess. southbound is heavy, that's the normal delay, northbound is extra heavy with an accident blocking not one, but two lanes,
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we have an accident block be the vine street expressway eastbound that cleared, eastbound just a little slow, web jammed from booed street to the schuylkill expressway with the strike we're seeing more people hit the roads. that's hang already today. we're jamming up in spots and accidents just to confuse the issue let's get to the latest with the regional rails, we're seeing the delays kick in. airport line 15-minute delay, media/elwyn tweament running yesterday -- it wasn't running yesterday, it's running today. chestnut hill west 20 minutes late. fox chase line expect delays. norristown high speed line they have a disabled train all people have to board on the inbound platform that's the norristown high speed line. the transit agency and the union saw talks breakdown overnight. annie mccormick is live in
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center city where both sides will try to take a crack at it we'll see how successfully today. >> reporter: we hope they will go back to the table, nothing has been scheduled at this time. there was on optimism on both sides talks broke down by 11:00 p.m., there was a statement released by the board chairman saying this should be the last resort and the union should be trying to get to an agreement sooner rather than later. take a look at part of the statement saying our proposal provides significant financial benefits to the union for years to come. i asked that the transportation workers leadership meaningfully engage in negotiations without delays. pension reform and changes in how operators are scheduled because of issues like driver
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fatigue. septa adopted a new plan is at the union request that would increase benefits and provide wage increases and addressing healthcare and addressing the rise in healthcare. it does not appear according to lawmakers on the city, state and federal leave -- level there is any money to be put into the septa budget. there's no talks scheduled at this time. the union has not responded to the statement that was released around 11:00 p.m. septa said they will go to court to get an injunction to make sure on election day septa workers are back to work. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. we reached the time of the morning where the regional rails start to become a real mess.
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katherine scott is at the queen lane stop in germantown. >> reporter: we're starting to see commuters start to show up to hop on the regional rail train going into town as we hit day three of the strike. commuters are hoping a resolution comes quickly frustration is on the rise. during yesterday's commute regional rail riders were met with long weight times, trains bypassed stations due to overcrowding in cars. since the strike began, uber ridership has jumped more cars on the roads snarling traffic. >> i'm pro union, but it's tough to be sympathetic. i hope they settle it. >> reporter: back here live along the chestnut hill west line, it's quieter, but commuters look for alternate
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means ever transportation to get work and school. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> you can find developments on the septa strike at any time contact/septa strike. you can find a full plan released by city gonchts -- government and school businesses. fire call came in at 2:30 a.m. from west passyunk avenue in south philadelphia. when firefighters got on it is scene, they discovered a body that was found on top of an embankment and of a mattress. it is in the clear if this was an accident or foul play. a jersey shore taxi driver who was stabbed was able to drive himself to the police station, it happened before midnight on stenton place in atlantic city.
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the cabby traveled to a police sedation a block away, medic i say took him to the hospital where's in stable condition. the attacker is being sought. some retailers are not waiting for you to thaw out the turkey while they start their benjamin franklin parkway friday sales. the shopping i want to be doing will be for the rest of the ingredients i left out of the stuffing. >> reporter: jc penny executive told addage magazine research shows half of consumers plan to buy a gift before thanksgiving. they will be opening doors at 3:00 a.m. tightening presidential race create more uncertainty for
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investors. hard to believe we're five days away. >> investors do not like uncertainty and the polls are uncertainty right now. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we are certain about one thing there's no precipitation out there, you might get drizzle drop on the windshield from low lying clouds cover. the lights above the airfield you can see a little bit of mist in the lights. as we look outside, we have, well i should stay inside our graphics. we have a temperature of 58 degrees. the winds are light out of the southwest a little bit higher than an hour ago at 9 miles per hour. the wind are not too much of a factor in the morning commute or walking around or jogging around this morning. does look like we'll see sunshine once we burn off low-lying cloud cover and go into the mid morning hours the clouds will get thicker. by lunchtime there will be showers in the northern suburbs, future tracker 6 is not high on
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the ideal of rain, i do think there will be showers filling in with the clouds in the afternoon hours and we'll see a gusty thunderstorm here or there in some neighborhoods. by 7:00 the clouds are pushing to the south by the coast, if there's any rain it should be off the coast by 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. tonight. over the next 12 hours, 58 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 64 by 10:00 a.m. a mild arched ahead. high of 76 around 1:30 p.m. or 2:00 p.m. as the front comes in, we'll see the temperatures fall off. 72 at 3:00 p.m., down from a high of 76. at 6:00 p.m. we'll be down in the mid 60s, it might be blustery this afternoon, too, as the front comes through. high temperatures 73 in allentown, 74 in reading, 76 in philadelphia. if we manage 77 in wilmington
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we'll be off the record high there. philadelphia misses the record. 78 in millville. 74 in cape may. and 75 in atlantic city because the frontal boundary that one right there it will take longer to get to the coast. by tomorrow it's off the coast and cooler, 61 degrees with blustery breezes blowing in. today's high, 76 look out for shower or thunderstorm in spots. blustery and chilly tomorrow, 61. breezy and cool, highs around 60 saturday and sunday. remember to set that clock back saturday night. monday, cool, 57. election day looking good, 62 a little bit above average for election day. good looking election day, hopefully we have a good looking strike. you can't call them the
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>> welcome back taking a live look here, the commuter is on the platform, this is the fern rock station, this station sees three different regional rail lines come through, as the trains begin to get there, they may have commuters packed on them, people out early hoping to push their way in and get into center city anyway they can. >> those with helicopters are in a good spot. everyone else, nah. >> reporter: the trouble is it is not just in the city you have the issues it's regional rails. it's on the roads, extra people driving, it imaghts -- impacts everybody, it seems. i-95 northbound at cottman, we have an accident blocking two lanes the left lane and center lane. looks like there's a pick up struck then wedged on the
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concrete barrier. i got to show you the jam-up here as we switch our camera on i-95. that's not it. there was a huge jam on i-95 northbound stretching near cottman. there's a better shot of it, a close shot, maybe better is not the right word. penndot is zooming all around. you can see they have a tow truck out there, trying to pull the cars out. looks like they are blocking all lanes, you can see them trying to pull out a car, traffic is at a standstill on i-95, northbound traffic jammed past bridge street at cottman. airport line, trenton line, ten minute delays, chestnut hill west, 20 minutes delays, exrek delays with fox choice. norristown high speed line, board all trains on the inbound
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platform. an accident often 02 causing -- an accident on 202 causing problems. an accident at pottstown pike near shoe maker road. lots of issues with mass transit and the roads. political speech took a hazel turn in mississippi. vandal spray painted a mississippi church and set it on fire. the mississippi chapter of the naacp said the fire at hopewell baptist church was reminiscent in the state's sometimes dark history. the 108 year drought is over. the chicago cubs beat the indians in game 7 of the world
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series last night. they stormed back to tie the game in a 2-run home run in the 8th inning. there was after brief rain delay and the cubs scored twice. they held on to win. it was their first championship since 1908. >> blow for blow, everybody playing their heart out, and the indians never gave up, either. i can't believe we're finally standing after 180 years finally able to hoist the trophy. >> sub fans outside wrigley field in chicago have been celebrating all night and perhaps all morning log. >> 6:18. a county crossover beyounce taps into her southern roots for performance. >> reporter: we're looking at this kids dressed with a jacket in the morning, but in the after we'll add an umbrella thursday there's a chance of a spotty shower or thunderstorm. it's going to be mild, though,
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people are driving the wrong way to turn around and get out of the jammed traffic and get on to the ramp because of an jammed on i-95 northbound at cottman, two lanes blocked jammed from bridge to cottman. head to my facebook page we've a better shot of it. in piles grove township salem county they are trying to repair a downed pole, 40 eastbound having trouble getting by, dave. >> reporter: on the big board, we're looking at a another mild one. 58 degrees in philadelphia. even the cooler suburbs are in the upper 40s to mid 50s. 64 degrees by 10:00 a.m. 72 by noon. the high today 76 degrees that will slot in around 1:30 p.m. or 2:00 p.m. clouds get thicker, showers develop, maybe a thunderstorm and once that happens temperatures start to dip again, 72 by 3:00 p.m. 66 by 6:00 p.m. look out for thunderstorms that
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>> breaking on "action news," set on fire under the schuylkill expressway, we're gathering in fact on the twisted death investigation. happening now, talks have fallen a part always septa strike enters -- as septa strike enters day three. earlier we had one man out there by himself, he has a lot of
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company now. good luck. >> warm and wet we are tracking record highs and a chance for scattered storms. >> good morning, 6:30, our live team coverage keeps i moving the best you can during the on going septa strike. >> we're live at the septa stations anne headquarters -- and headquarters. >> david murphy is outside with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. enkaren rogers has the commute. >> reporter: we have fog early, otherwise we'll have sunshine early, as the clouds get thicker. later this afternoon there's a chance of showers developing you can see that to the west right now. 58 in philadelphia, currently. 68 in wilmington. 49 in in allentown, 42 in
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trenton. 60 in cape may. as we roll through the next few hours it will be mild overall. 64 by 10:00 a.m. cloud cover early in the morning, we expect clouds to get thicker, under mostly cloudy skies. the high of 72 hits around 1:30 p.m., 2:00 p.m. maybe gusty thunderstorms today, too. once that happens you'll see the temperatures crash to 72 by 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., 66 degrees, that sets us up for a much cooler weekend. i'll have the details coming up. >> reporter: looking live at i-95 at cottman. we have an accident that was blocking the left lane and the center lane, a pick up truck that was wedged up on the concrete barrier. they were blocking up a lanes. you've gropt to see the backup. we have police and penndot on
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the scene this is backup on i-95 at cottman. we have people turning around and driving the wrong way on the ramp. if you go to my facebook, one guy was driving this way, one guy driving this way, there was a guy standings outside cleaning his car. i don't think this happens anywhere but philadelphia. here's a closeup view, flie nye woodhaven road, penndot is zooming around because of an accident jamming. woodhaven road, on the right heading toward cottman. southbound jam from woodhaven to cottman and again, allegheny to girard. problems northbound and southbound. i-95 just a mess. also, 206 that was blocked at 537 this is an accident in springfield township, burlington
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county. there are injuries on the scene. watch for that big issue. the other major issue, the strike all kind of problems with regional rails, ten minute delays, chestnut hill line, norristown high speed line, back to normal after a disabled train. >> annie mccormick has been following the effort to end the strike, she joins us live in center city with deployment after last night and what -- deployment after last night and disappointment after last night and now talks are expected to resume this morning. the chairman of the septa board released a statement it's the first time we've heard from septa during the negotiations. he said a strike should be the last resort and urgency on the union's participant to resolve the matter. this is part of the statement
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here saying septa negotiators believe progress toward a deal was made. each and every of the siegely positive turns 234 brought a hat to the negotiations. the union wants pension reform and how operators are scheduled because of driver fatigue. septa said she adopt add new plan at the union request that would increase benefits and provide wage increases and healthcare and the rising cost of same across the country. all this will have to be done in the septa budget constraint. it doesn't look like there's any money available on the budget on a city, state, or federal leveling. the chairman addressed that they will file an injunction to make sure septa will be available on election day, that injunction would be done in federal court
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and that could happen as soon as tomorrow. back to you. now, let's go over to katherine scott she is checking out the commute at the queens lane station in germantown. this is the chestnut west regional rail line. we've seen serious delays over the last several days. let's see what it looks like today. good morning, katherine. , good morning, tam, like yesterday, you'll have to love extra time as you head out the door. the queen lane stop it's not too bad. a couple of trains have come by, there were open seats on the traidges. expect it -- trains at times. expect delays because subways buses and trolleys are shut down. some are resign saying they are sympathetic to the union, but want to get where they need to go. regional rail riders are
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adjusting their schedules and hoping for a speedy resolution. >> i usually take the bus and take the j and transfer to the broad street line. luckily this is near me, i'm able to camp this. i had to work with my manager to make changes at work. luckily my manager is a cool guy and he is working with me. >> reporter: we expect to see a busier day than usual as commuters look for an alternate way tomorrow work and school. leave plenty of time on your way out. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> share your stories wees, use the #join the action on social media or join the action at what started as a fire call
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turned into a death investigation in south philadelphia. firefighters found a burning body on top of a mattress on the embankment of west passyunk after. the homeless are known to frequent the area. developing a home owner tried to fight off three armed intruders in delaware and ended up getting shot in wilmington, at 2:00 a.m. the critical -- the victim is in critical condition. the armed trio fled. it is unclear if they stole anything from the home. the longest curse in baseball ended with an epic win. this was cub fan reaction to the final out. [cheers and applause]. the celebration quickly spilled into the streets around wrigley field. the iconic sign outside the
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stadium reading world series champions, they beat the indians 8 7. chicago police are keeping a close eye on the crowd, but no serious incidents reported so far. just lots of chanting and beer drinking you name it. >> chicago style. >> reporter: can i point out, the cubs rose to the championship using the same formula that the phillies are using now. homegrown. >> reporter: and you add a few free agents. >> hopefully it works for us. >> reporter: hopefully. you might have drizzle on your windshield because of low-lying cloud cover and fog. ic see the fog in the lights shining down on the ire field. i saw a live deer in the
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right-hand side of city avenue. they are hard to see, so be careful. 58 in wilmington. 52 in trenton. 49 in allentown. 49 in millville. 62 in cape may. once we get rid of morning fog we'll see sunshine, as we go through the morning and midday, clouds will fill in. by 12:00 there's a chance of sprinkles and showers developing in the northern and western suburbs. future tracker 6 is not big on rain the rest of the way, you can see the bands of clouds getting closer to the coast as we move through the afternoon. i do think there will be showers developing some of the cloud bands and maybe gusty thunderstorms. this afternoon and into 6:00 a.m. or 7:00 a.m. down the shore, be careful of that. things should clear out and cool down later tonight. lehigh valley, sun and clouds, afternoon thunderstorm can't be
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ruled out. 74 degrees is the high. down the the shore, 75 degrees on the thermometer we're waiting longer for the front to get down the shore. if besee a shower or thunderstorm along the coast it will be late in the day are or early evening. philadelphia, sun to clouds, 72 degrees, 49 is the overnight low with winds out of the northwest. clearing tomorrow, tomorrow the front is off the coast, the big change will be that temperature, high of 61 with high pressure out to the west we'll blustery gusty winds tomorrow. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, 76. early in the afternoon, the temperatures start to tumble in the mid 60s. look out for showers or thunderstorm. saturday, 61.
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sunday, 61. sat we set the clocks back and get an extra hour of sleep. monday, 57 degrees. ieb hosting purple strides fighting pancreatic cancer. the walk is at 8:00 a.m. >> good reason to take a walk. >> there are fireworks at a debate down south, but it it wasn't we know the candidates. "action news" viewers put a new twist on a classic and the member of the "action news" team is serving it up. this is i-95 southbound blocking the left and center lane, creating a jam and major accident in the other direction on i-95 we'll take you there live when "action news" comes right back.
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uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. not forgotten about you, folks who typically use cars and don't use mass transit, you are being impacted by the septa strike, it is day three and we hope it is over soon. talks resume today. >> karen, you have a parking lot on i-95. >> reporter: you're not moving. northbound it's easy ride. you have to leave early because of this mess on i-95 northbound. up ahead we have an accident blocking the left lane and center lane, a pick up truck is wedged on the concrete barrier.
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check out the backup, almost an hour now. 55 minutes on i-95 northbound from vine to woodhaven near cottman, it's a full fledged zakaria messoudi on -- full-fledged mess on i-95. southbound is heavy, that's usually the heavier delay, but northbound an hour to travel from vine to theoodhaven. 17 miles per hour i-95 near bridge. vine is heavy near the schuylkill expressway. schuylkill expressway 14 miles per hour as you head web through south philadelphia. 15 miles per hour approaching the boulevard to past belmont on the schuylkill expressway. of course, mass transit, the big issue is the strike and how it's
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impacting those trying to take regional rails. airport line, ten minute delays, trenton, ten minute not too bad. fox chase we saw big delays yesterday. norristown high speed line back to back to normal. we have lots of accidents in the suburbs i'm posting them on twitter. >> police battle with protesters as they tried to close the doors between u.s. debate candidates for the senate in louisiana. the screen became chaotic as they broke up the crowd of protesters at dillard university in new orleans. they are upset over david duke. with five days to the presidential election nominees are neck in neck according to
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washington post tracking poll hillary clinton and donald trump are tied at 46% east. three polls in the battle fer battlegrounds of pennsylvania are in agreement showing clinton maintaining a narrow edge over her republican rival. republican will be in florida and president obama is there, as well, campaigning on clinton's behalf.
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>> time for are a preview of "good morning america." >> let's go over to george stephanopoulos, we know how we felt with the phillies won. >> reporter: what a game and what a win for the chicago cubs last night. absolutely. you see the celebration right there. we'll be live in cleveland and chicago where we talk to the winners. we'll have more ahead in the race for the white house. we have a new poll showing clinton edging ahead of trump milania trump will be in the suburbs of philadelphia. we'll talk about that.
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deals and steals it's thursday, story johnson will be here with the director of "o magazine." and laura is in nashville with the follow-up with the cmmas. >> you used to live in cleveland, how duffel about that? >> i did. >> reporter: i did. >> he knows how to handle it, that george sef stephanopoulos. >> reporter: trent line, there's 25 minute train, chestnut hill, 40 minutes late. for chase, 35 minutes. you remember i was showing you the delays were minor and they just kicked in. i-95 southbound at woodhaven, an
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accident blocking two lanes, 42 minute delay. >> reporter: no surprise there. we have jackets on the kids, temperatures in the 50s in smos smos -- most neighborhoods. a lot of spots in the 60s. we'll have spotty showers and grusy thunderstorms in spots, too. 64 by 10:00 a.m. 72 by noon. high of 76 it will be fairly early in the afternoon, say 1:30 p.m. or 2:00 p.m. once the clouds get thicker blocking out more of the sun, showers start to develop we're back down to 72 by 3:00 p.m. temperatures falling later tonight. look out for thunderstorms that happen to form in a couple of neighborhoods because they could be gusty. >> pat kings of steaks will serve up the 6abc cheese steak. alicia vitarelli will be in the
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in pennsylvania, a packet of heroin can be cheaper than a six-pack of beer and prescription painkillers are too easy to get. as the head of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i've helped local communities fund drug treatment programs to save our kids. i'm josh shapiro, and as attorney general, i'll crack down on the drug dealers and stop the overprescribing of opioid painkillers. i'm proud to be endorsed by law enforcement organizations representing 14,000 police officers. this is a fight we can't afford to lose.
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stories, firefighters found a burning body on top of a mattress under the schuylkill expressway ramp in south philadelphia. the body was so badly burned, investigators are not able to determine the gender. police know the homeless are known to frequently the area. commuters are bracing for more traffic gridlock as the septa strike enters the third day. they are expected to return to the bargaining table sometime today. >> reporter: parking lot of a ride if you're traveling on i-95, 68 minute. normal think there's no delay. you're stuck you're barely moving an accident blocking two lanes. southbound near woodhaven and delays on regional rails, dave.
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>> reporter: 50 degrees in philadelphia right now. this afternoon we're going for a high of 76 early in the afternoon look out for showers and thunderstorms in spots. >> septa update coming up in moments. and then we're back here on 6abc for update. strong support for my campaign. pat toomey: he opposes an assault weapons ban and got an "a" rating from the nra. "i have had a perfect record with the nra." and on women's health? "i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion, and i would, i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey: does he really speak for you? majority forward is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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when government bureaucrats refused to approve a cancer vaccine equally for both girls and boys, i stepped in to change that rule. when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message.
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pwhen i come home and dinner'sry not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p*á*á". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't sa i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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