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but it's snowing in south this morning. >> reporter: this is the same system that's bringing the snow to pourings of california line that, that's bringing us the miserable weather along the east coast. we have the winds whipping around and we have wave activity battering the beaches. storm tracker 6 live double scan we have a two-part system. the first one is toward the bottom of the screen. you see the white, columbia, south carolina reporting heavy to moderate snow. same thing with the smoky mountains and carolinas and tennessee area. all the temperatures have dropped into the 30s. for us we get closer, you can see we're dealing with mainly wet weather here. the only problem is, it is coming down at a pretty good clip and we're seeing ponding on the roads and fall foliage now starting to fall off the trees, you start to see the back roads covered with leaves. you do not want to jam on the brakes when we have this kind of
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heavy rain with leaves all over the place. you'll go sliding everywhere. periods of rain push east west. by afternoon things will calm down and we'll see cloudy conditions and showers. coastal flood warning it extends from northern portions of monmouth county to the delaware beaches. we have a flood advisory for northern and eastern portions of atlantic county and southern portions of ocean county. we've seen an inch and half to two inches of rain in in a short period of time. we're seeing low level flooding and poor drainage flooding. be mindful of that. the day planner, gray and cooler with temperatures in the upper 50s, we'll have more on when it gets out of here, eva.
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>> police are investigating a tragedy on the boulevard. a woman was hit and killed and the other woman was taken to the hospital in critical condition. police have not said if they were in the car's path or if the driver is cooperating. police say this car hit a woman overnight in front of temple university hospital. the driver pulled into the hospital pavilion. the woman was rushed into temple in critical condition. initially police were looking for evidence that a second car hit the woman and fled. they now say surveillance video shows only one car hit her. septa and its largest union have reached a tentative agreement. the deal was announced late last night. it avoids a strike by bus, subway and trolley drivers. >> i'm pleased to announce that
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septa and the twu have reached and agreement. >> reporter: a two year agreement will avert the strike of 4700 transit union employees. >> it was difficult, but we got it done. >> reporter: a long night of negotiations inside the wyndham hotel. it's been longer for the union workerses without a contract. and the riders hoping to avoid a strike. >> thank you to the ridders and the union and how it was worked through in a business-like manner. i think we got a good agreement. >> reporter: both sides wage increases are part of the agreement and the deal is fair. >> it gives us an opportunity, first of all we had too many
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issues to deal with right now. if there was a need to have a strike we couldn't solve the issues in a timely fashion. i meant gives us an time to work over the next two years and solidify our concerns. >> reporter: willie brown said next friday he'll present to this union workers who have have a vote. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> philadelphia firefighters rescued a man from a burning home in port richmond. he was pulled from the floor of the 3,000 block of frankford avenue. the cause has not been announced. a accused cop killer eric frein sits in a jail cell this morning awaiting his next day in court for his preliminary hearing on november 12. frein did not enter a plea during his first court appearance. they found the alleged murder
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weapon in an abandoned airport hangar near an abandoned resort. his face is bruised. david henry asked about the bruises. >> sometimes when you take people into custody you have to take drastic measures especially when he killed a fellow officer, we were not messing around. >> reporter: you meant business. >> we meant business. >> reporter: frein is accused of shooting two troopers, bryon dickson was killed and alex douglass was wounded. has more on the manhunt and a tribute to the slain trooper. two high schools raised $3,500 for the pennsylvania troopers. troopers from the pennsylvania state police accepted the check at last night's football grudge
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match between the schools. now to the up coming midterm elections, voters are three days away from heading to the polls. current governor tom corbett was in western pennsylvania for an event with kentucky senator rand paul. today corbett will head to wilks-berre and rally with christiane amanpour. his opponent tom wolf has led in the poll since the primary. matt o'donnell has more on the man hoping to become the next governor of pennsylvania. >> reporter: democrat tom wolf who has never held elected audience has turned in an impressive performance in his political campaign. he said else having the time of his life talking to voters about what he would do differently in harrisburg. >> there's a sense of crisis and shared sense of crisis. and people are looking for
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change. they are looking for something a little more transformational. >> reporter: wolf plans to raise more money for education by increasing the state income tax for wealthier for pennsylvanians with the cut off for single filers being 70 to $90,000 of income. he would not tell us how much more. >> i don't know while be confronting when i get to harrisburg. i don't want to mislead people by being dishonest. >> reporter: the former secretary under governor rendell sailed that will allow him to lower property taxes and even up the funding of school districts across the state. wolf would eliminate the philadelphia school reform commission. >> i believe in local control. we have local control in every other school district this pennsylvania, but philadelphia. i think and this is not a knock on the good people in the src. they are trying to do the best
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they can in a tough situation. >> reporter: if wolf wins on election day he would be the first person to deny a governor a second term since the state began allowing governors to run for second term back in 1968. wolf tells me else not taking anything for granted. matt o'donnell channel 6 "action news." >> coming up on "action news," we'll look at governor corbett's campaign, find out what he hopes to accomplish that's -- that he hadn't so far. new new jersey, the polls open at 6:00 a.m., in pennsylvania and delaware, polls open at 7:00 a.m. polls across the tri-state area close at 8:00. if you're still dreaming of being a millionaire, you still have a chance. the jackpot has been growing since late august. 11:29, 36, 58, 57 and the mega
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ball 15. you can watch the drawing tuesday night during "action news" at 11:00. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning, including a look at the halloween pictures. the first snow of the season why some people are excited to see it early. >> plus a singerrer gives one fan -- plus a singer gives one fan the ultimate birthday present. >> reporter: we have rain across south jersey and delaware, i'll show you when this gets out of here are and we'll
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>> i'm so excited. >> we don't feel that way, this woman from california was excited to see the snow in the mountains. after two years of unprecedented drought, many are hoping for a wet winter. light snow fell in georgia, i know so confusing, a winter weather advisory is in effect in a dozen counties in the northern part of that state. some towns near atlanta may get an inch or two of snow. that's a huge teal -- deal down there. wind and cold are gripping parts of south carolina and georgia. my relatives in south carolina
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have been texting and facebooking pictures it's snowing and it's sticking. >> reporter: i'm going to show all the viewers at home. you'll be amazed this is south carolina. i thought it was funny, the girls jumping around, we all said that last year and about a month in, we were like, okay, we've had enough. >> february we were over it. >> reporter: let's go live on sky 6. this was video we shot earlier, south market street. the rain is coming down and ponding on the roads. it's that time of the year where where the fall foliage is starting to fall and it makes for slick roads. take it easy, don't be is in ina hurry. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows an area of low pressure developing off the coast. what we're seeing is waves of energy, if you will producing the heavier bands moving east to west across the viewing area. we'll zoom into parts of the
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area now. we're down into new castle county, delaware. you can see newark, wilmington, middletown reporting moderate to heavy rain at this point. another cell is working inland from the shore, oceanville, lower bank hammonton reporting moderate rain at this point. we have a flood advisory up for southern ocean and eastern atlantic county for another a couple of minutes because of the heavier rain that fell earlier. >> reporter: here's a look at eva's nieces in columbia, south carolina look at this. they have a couple of inches of snow on the grounds. it's the same system that's producing heavy rains here producing snow in the south. it's chilly here, but down right cold across the carolinas and southern portions of appalachians. millville, 45, trenton, 43. allentown, 44. stiff, northeasterly breezes whipping around 30 to 35 miles per hour. i've seen gusts as high as 35.
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wilmington, 31. philadelphia, 30. trenton, 22. here's the upper level low you can see the counter clockwise swirl there's columbia, south carolina right there. looks like they are seeing heavy snows right now. heavy snows across the smoky mountains. we're seeing a coastal system here, the two will link up and join forces and produce a monster storm for new england. they will pick up heavy snows, let's say maine, vermont and new hampshire. we'll mills out on the snow, the timing is awful. people want to get out and for the weekend, but it's weather is lousy today. 29 in omaha, wichita, 29. saint louis, 32. chicago, 36 degrees. here's future tracker 6. periods of rain some of it will be heavy at times. especially across south jersey and delaware. later this afternoon looms things will shut off west to east as the coastal storm goes
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running up the eastern seaboard. that rain will follow the low and pull out of here. we get into tomorrow, tomorrow disurnlt look half -- doesn't look half bad at all. it will be sunny and windy and chilly. today, rain, in the afternoon, shower activity. 49 degrees is the high, winds out of the north 20 to 30 miles per hour. maybe a few showers left over at 3:00 p.m., 49. overnight tonight, 34 degrees for the suburbs, 38 for center city. tomorrow the winds are whipping around for as windy as it's going to be today. it's windier for sunday. 49 today, 50 tomorrow. monday, 57. tuesday, election day looks fantastic, a combination of sun and clouds, philadelphia 67.
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south and east a couple of degrees warmer. wednesday warm with sun, 64. thursday, 64. friday it's chilly again, high of 53. don't forget eva we fall back one hour tonight set the clock back one hour before you go to sleep. we gain a precious hour. >> if you do forget you're just an hour early. >> reporter: we need that hour. >> a lot of people are calling colorado man dad of the year. he didn't want to challenge spoil his stepson's halloween. jake has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair to get around. he built a cake around the wheelchair. his mom said for once, other children are envious of the 6-year-old instead of the other way around. >> we have tough times and challenges, but he's incredible.
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you wouldn't believe the support we're getting. it's all for fun. >> really a cool costume. jake's step dad said he got inspiration online, but they are mostly his creation. coming up we'll take a look at your costumes this
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>> here at the big board we asked you to send your halloween pictures and boy did you deliver. this is from josiah. this is salvatore he is 22
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months, he is elmo and cookie monster. and so far fee who is two and -- sophie compose two and owen 6 months. and corey, this is his tribute to the doctors at bryn mawr hospital. look at all the candy he was able to get. his parents are serena and greg loild. this is one of my favorite pictures i have seen, this is a halloween costume, look at the expression, please look at the expression on this little girl's face, she is dressed up as princess anna i would have been scared, too. that was submitted by chen, thank you for sending in your pictures they were amazing. now we have to get down to the business of halloween which is now we have to get down to the business of halloween which is eating all that party on people! blinds to go's 60th anniversary sale continues celebrating with
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as our gift to you, take 20% off the entire store. twenty percent! the entire store! hey, with savings like that, you could redo your entire house. just sayin'! blinds to go. blinds for life. >> look at the dark skies, the clouds rolling in over cape may new jersey. 9:24, 46, meteorologist chris sowers will have an update on how long the showers will last. in sports, the sixers take on milwaukee, the only team with the worst record than they had last season. ducis rogers has the highlights. >> reporter: good morning, we'll begin with basketball. last year the sixers and bucks were in a fierce battle for the worst team in the nba. milwaukee you key won out.
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sixers tied at 1. sixers lead by 1 at recess. to the 4th. oh, boy, the sixers failed to score a basket in the final 8 minutes they lose 93-81. the eagles are getting a bit healthier on offense. jason kelce and darren sproles are listed as possible. last year the eagles led the league in rushing yards per game. this year they rank 14th out of the 32 teams. that's a major drop off. lesean mccoy has one 100 rushing game this season. it has to do with the banged up line. >> i wish i could do more, i can't do that type of battle where it's all about me. would i like this and that,
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sure, do runs back back-to-back. >> reporter: a reminder eagles game day kickoff comes your way tomorrow morning at 11:30 live from houston, mike quick and i will will break it down and we'll be back at 11:35 p.m. to wrap it up on game day final. >> flyers eric dittimyer had some tricks, too. [laughter]. yes, the old fake snake in the cooler trick! he gets every single one of them with that one. the flyers are in florida to take on the panthers today. that's a look at sports, i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific weekend! >> it was the best birthday a
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kid rock fan could get, he showed up at his party. in august he posted a video to youtube to show him what a huge fan he was. he has down syndrome and got attention through social media. monday night kid rock showed up at the party in toledo, ohio, he brought him a hat and picture and promised him free tickets to every kid rock concert. pretty cool. >> there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: coming up on "shelter me rescue of the week" this is scottie from ewing animal shelter. that's coming up in a little bit on "action news." >> a doctor with local ties is credited with protecting a an entire county from the ebola virus. her story is coming up. plus a check of the
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it's the final weekend of campaigning before voters head to the polls. first, though, let's head outside to chris sowers and the accuweather forecast. i show the showers have not let up yet. >> reporter: it's kind of damp, traffic is moving along fine, i want to continue to stress, especially for the back roads, there's a lot of leaves on the roads and sidewalks, drive slowly you don't want to jam on your brakes because it will act like ice and you'll slide all over the place. we have bands of heavy rain pushing across the delaware valley this morning. some of us have the lighter, but most of it is heavy. we'll zoom south first, we have heavier bands in northeast philadelphia just to the west of trenton. we have heavier cells now pushing through new castle county and delaware. you can see bear if you're traveling along interstate i-95. it's going to be a slow go, heavy rains right now moving into wilmington, swedesboro over the delaware valley, gibbstown
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reporting moderate rain and heavier cells across atlantic and ocean counties in south jersey. temperatures on the chilly side. windchills in the 30s and 40s. philadelphia, feels like 38 degrees. same thing forral for allentown. lancaster, 39 degrees, stay indoors it's that kind of day. damp and rainy, 49 is the forecasted high. windchills will be in the upper 30s, low 40s. we're expecting gusts as high as 30 to 35 miles per hour. the winds pickup overnight tonight and into sunday. another quick reminder there's a coastal flood advisory up for the jersey shore and delaware beaches, goes into effect at 1:00 p.m. and expires around 7. it's mimicking the high tide. the areas prone to flooding, excuse me as i try to hold on to the umbrella. those are the areas that will
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see flooding with the coastal system. that's the latest for now, looking forward to getting back inside and getting out the rain and wind. i'll have the colder numbers for the second half of the weekend when i come back inside and a nice warm up for the week ahead. eva. >> strike averted. septa and union workers have reached a deal. the tentative two year agreement will keep 4700 transit union employees operating buses, trolleys and subways. details are mum until union members are briefed. both sides say there are wage increases and they agree the deal is fair. earlier in the week it was said that the union wanted a five year deal. union head willie brown touch on that. >> it gives us an opportunity to work over the next two years to solidify our concerns. >> this is a at the e tentative deal -- this is a tentative deal
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until brown presents it to union employs. there's a vote next friday. >> police said a man was shot in an attempted robbery, and police say the suspect wore a halloween mask. investigators say the suspect had a red halloween mask and hoodie. the victim was taken to einstein medical from. >> philadelphia police are looking for a gunman who opened fire on a home while the family was asleep inside. bullets riddled the home on the first and second floor. 3 adults and a young girl were inside the home in the logan section of philadelphia. the shooter now on the run, was armed with an ar-15 assault rival. police are looking for a
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hit-and-run driver who ran over and killed three girls. the suv that hit them was found abandoned nearby. the driver and two passengers were seeing fleeing, but have not been captured. the fight against ebola, the number of those being infected by the virus would be higher were it not for one doctor in my nigeria who almost single handedly stopped the virus from spreading. >> reporter: in my gear, her sister -- in nigeria, her senior is seen as a hero. she prevent the spread of ebola and paid with here -- her life. >> she was very courageous, but unfortunately paid with her life.
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>> reporter: patrick sawyer entered the hospital after falling i will, a junior doctor misdiagnosed him and it was thought he had ebola. >> he said he did not have contact for anybody that had been ebola. >> reporter: sawyer failed to say he was with his sister who died from ebola and demanded to be released. the doctor refused isolating her staff blood tests confirmed he had ebola and by the end of the week he was dead and by the doctor and 8 others died from the dreaded disease. >> today the doctor and her
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staff are being credited for keeping nigeria ebola free. she also seen by many as a national hero. it is hoped that her sisters story will inspire the rest of the world to realize doctors must fight the disease in africa to keep it from spreading around the world. >> the loss is deep, i feel like my life will never be the same without noi sister, the fact that she is being recognized as a hero gives me a lot of comfort. >> reporter: dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> candidates for governor are waisting no time as time ticks down to election day. tom corbett is trying to convince voters he's the candidate with the most experience having already held the job for four years and is
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more and more polls show him always the underdog in this race, he continues to ride on his record in hopes of winning re-election. matt o'donnell has more. >> reporter: i promise you i'll work very hard for the people of pennsylvania. >> reporter: governor tom correspond he let bet won the -- corbett won the election, this year he trails his challenger by double digits. he has chosen a top issue if he wins another four years. >> what i am going to do this time around is call for a special session on pensions not just our state pension, but our municipal pensions around the state are in trouble, too. >> reporter: corbett admits he didn't accomplish pension reform or privatize state liquor
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stores, but argues complicated issues mean more time. >> we're going to have better roads and bridges which is attracting business, also, that's important to us, it will attract more businesses and jobs to pennsylvania. >> reporter: corbett uncapped the state gas franchise tax which groups claims violated his campaign pledge to not raise taxes, but the governor has held the line on state income taxes and warns his opponent will not. he won't tell you how much he is going to tax. in fact his plan if you look at it, we've counted up over $6 billion of additional spending. >> reporter: governor corbett correctly predicted that the inquirer would endorse neither him or his opponent. corbett said this will be his last campaign and he believes it will be a winning one. matt o'donnell channel 6 "action news." >> much more to come on "action
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news," saturday morning at 9:00. this high school is offering a smoothy making class, find out how it helps students. in "shelter me rescue of the week," two different groups are training dogs for forever homes. we'll show you how they work together. we'll get a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast rainy and windy out there right now. when "action news" returns.
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>> a mudslide triggered vac
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weighingses -- evacuations in a ventura county overnight. one man got stuck waist deep in the mud in his home. 11 homes in that area are being evacuated as a precaution. amazing pictures out of the there. >> reporter: we're dealing with a miserable saturday a lot of rain and wind. we missed out on what could have a huge winter storm. places like columbia, south carolina, the smoke mountains reporting heavy snow at this hour. in the meantime that's the view in look atlantic, you can see hw dreary it is out there. storm tracker 6 live double scan we continue to see waves of energy, waves of moisture being pushed inland from a developing area of low pressure that is sitting off the delmarva. of that will continue to intensify some of the moisture. some of the rain is coming down at a good clip. the flood advisory for southern
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atlantic and ocean counties. and all the rain in new castle county, it wouldn't have surprise me to see an flood add add -- advisory there. doylestown, rain coming in at a good clip. drive slowlily. that's the view in new castle, delaware. delaware reporting heavy rain. that band is pushing east to west. so it's moving into maryland as i speak. and then we have this cell over speed well. that is pushing east to west kind of like in this direction. chads worth is picking up heavier rain and it's pulling out of the hammonton, egg harbor. the moisture will pull away and
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it will take would it the steady rain. showers afternoon. 46 in philadelphia. trenton, 43. dover, 45. winds sustained, actually these are gusts 20 to 30 miles per hour. we have seen higher gusts, we've seen gusts as high as 35 miles per hour. these numbers will continue to climb as little low gets better organized across the coast. this is the upper level low, a huge pocket of cold air aloft, look at the snows wrapping in on backside of this thing. columbia, south korean south korean an inch or two. had this moved east and hit the coastal low and joined forces off cape hatteras and come up this would have been a snowstorm. it's november 1 we don't need to see that kind of snow event. that's what we're worried about later this weekend. we'll see a lot of systems like
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this. all it takes is the two to come together and there's your snow. we'll watch that all winter long as the pattern promotes that adhere. lunchtime, cloudy skies north and west, through the afternoon we'll see the steadier rain across south jersey eventually tapering off very late in the day. as it pulls way, we'll get the wrap around winds. windchills feeling like 26 in reading. 31 in philadelphia. allentown, 28. poconos 21, and 30 degrees in trenton. bring along the winter gear you'll need it if you're heading out this afternoon or tomorrow morning. the pattern changes this is the good news, this storm is moving away so quickly we'll feel the chill for a couple of days. this weekend the pattern looks like, we get into tuesday, wednesday and thursday, we're right back into the mid to upper 60s again. some locations will flirt with 70 degrees, only a couple of days of this and things change for the better. allen be town, cloudy and windy
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the occasional shower. after the steady rains it's occasional showers. 49 degrees forecasted high up there. will also at the shorepoints it's a lousy, miserable day, windy and cool, 53 degrees is the forecasted high. philadelphia, periods of rain, windy 49 will feel like the low 40s. overnight cloudy and windy, 434 degrees outlying suburbs, 38 degrees for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 49 degrees, sunday 350 degrees, monday, 57. tuesday, 67, wednesday, 64. thursday, 64. friday, 53 degrees. >> this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" within takes us to union, new jersey where a partnership between the city and
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a group means success. >> reporter: the city partnered with easel. they are seeing that people are caring for the dogs. >> reporter: there's a weekly training course for dogs adopted at the shelter. >> people are coming out and learning how to work with animals. the animals are benefiting from it. families are getting confident. with close to 500 adoption a year, the pip has improved the lives of all the animals that come through the doors. >> they are so much better in a home. >> reporter: looking for that forever home is sunshine. >> she is very sweet. >> reporter: ary hercules was a stray now trying to find a
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comfortable place torched a home. >> just a love. >> this is blanca, we think she is 7 years old, and she is deaf. >> reporter: despite her handicap she is well trained using hand signals. jolly is a 1-year-old boxer mix who would love to roll around with the family. >> he is a low keyed dog. >> reporter: this is scottie a mix 8 years old. he was a stray found in rough shape, but after an emergency trip to the hospital, he has recovered and ready for his every forever home. go to the evil animal rescue website and vote for your favorite shelter or add a rescue group to our list by going to the "shelter me rescue of the week" of the "action news" facebook page we'll feature the top vote getter next saturday morning on "action news."
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here in york, pennsylvania we've built the largest distributor of kitchen cabinets in the nation. we've got american-made products that are beating out chinese imports. so, i know pennsylvania can be a leader in manufacturing and we can make things again. but we have to invest in education and a skilled workforce today. i'm tom wolf and i have a plan. we can do great things, but we have to think ahead. tom wolf for governor. a fresh start for pennsylvania.
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>> good morning, to you, sky6 live hd taking a live look into wilmington, delaware, you can see all the colors on the trees there right now. it is 9:51, 47 degrees outside right now. [car revving]. this is the first period food science class in west los angeles, they are making smoothies for breakfast based on
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healthy foods. >> i made potatoes squash pancakes. >> i didn't know we were going to be partly of the garden or cooking class, i thought we were going to learn about calories. >> the program is sponsored by the mini blender company, the company and teachers set up what he they call a blast bar and provide produce and equipment and lessons. leers -- here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware valley this weekend. celebrate the most tasty season of the year, the peddler village apple festival is all weekend long. sample fresh picked apples and ciders and many more tasty tweets. puppy up is a two mile walk for dogs and their other than to
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raise money for cancer research it will be followed by the hope animal hospital and clinic in malvern. children ageses 2 -- ages 2 to 10 are invited to take part in the halloween parade. costume judging contest and treats. the children are asked to bring character adhesive bandaids for children's hospital as a donation. that's what'
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>> reporter: it's rainy and dreary. we have two areas of moisture we're watching. if you look at the bottom of your screen they are seeing snow. we have more pictures coming in from lilly and lalya, look at the snow on the ground. it's miserable out there today, but we missed out on snow in columbia, south carolina. 49 degrees in millville, allentown, 49. trenton, 48. we clear out nicely tomorrow, 49 today, 50 a lot of sunshine tomorrow afternoon. don't forget to set your clocks back one hour, daylight saving time comes to an end. who would have thought snow in
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south carolina. >> ali gorman tweeted me, like, great. >> jack hanna's wild countdown is next. pennsylvania convention center will be transformed into the premier art craft shows, we'll get a sneak speak. for chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim. have a great saturday! take the umbrella. this is ceo tom macarthur's world.
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>> "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. >> hi, everybody, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." >> ohh! >> look at that. who's the fussiest eater in your house? do you have a little brother or sister, or maybe a finicky cat? today, you are going to meet 6 species that take picky eating to the extreme. like marsupials that munch on eucalyptus leaves. you couldn't even see them up there. >> yeah. >> it's like a little stuffed toy. >> a panda that brunches on bamboo. >> i can't believe how gentle he is when he takes the food. >> and hummingbirds that nosh on nectar.