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region. a couple of spots inching up into the teens. if you're camping the school bus over the next couple of hours, 36 by 6:00. 42 by 8:00. mainly clear skies this morning. as we roll through the day, 42 degrees by 8:00. noon by 55. 3:00 p.m., 59 degrees that's going to be the high today. 51 degrees by 6:00 the numbers with the change in time the darkness coming a little bit sooner are going to plunge by dinnertime. karen when i come back we'll have the election day call and word of heavy rain in the seven day. >> reporter: let's check out i-95 looking live near woodhaven road, southbound traffic heading in from center city coming in langhorne or bensalem. no delays, roads and clear and dry. we had an issue on lincoln drive northbound by gypsy lane we had a car bumper in the middle of the roadway. they pushed it off to the side. thing are fine on lincoln drive and elsewhere.
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the blue route, schuylkill expressway, all the major are in good shape. an accident brought down policy and wires, 2 -- down poles and wires, 252 southbound is shut down. stick to valley road as the alternate. we have an problem in upper merion dehaven street is closed by balligomingo road. taking another live look 42 northbound at creek road in new jersey, light volume to start you off, looking good, matt and tam. >> thanks, karen, the eagles are back home after a costly win in texas. the victory put them back in first place in the nfc east. it led to injuries including the starting quarterback who could be gone for a while. katherine scott is live in south philadelphia with more are on all of this. katherine. >> reporter: matt, multiple reports are saying that nick foles broke his collarbone and will be out indefinitely, but the eagles have yet to confirm
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that. it's unclear what the lineup will look like a week from tonight when the eagles take on the panthers here at the linc. the eagles top the houston texans 31-21, but the victory came at a price. two key players were injured. >> all we can do is keep pushing forward. >> reporter: quarterback nick foles was sacked and injured his left non-throwing shoulder in the last play of the first quarter. he walked off the field with the trainer and headed to the locker room for x-rays. mark sanchez stepped in and completed 22 passes for 222 yards. linebacker demeco resigns picked off a pass and fumbled and went down, his teammates were crying as he was carted off. his teammates trying to focus on
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what's next while ryans heals from a torn achilles. >> it's time to go on to the next game. >> reporter: nick foles is scheduled to have an mri today, hopefully we'll learn about his injury then. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> brand new this morning, a firefighter had to go to the hospital after a house fire in north philadelphia. crews say the flames were inside the walls of this home on the 2200 block of north camack street before midnight. firefighters had the fire under control in 15 minutes, but one of them had to go to temple university hospital to get checked out. no word on his condition this this morning. >> i'm at the big board with full election day coverage. one of the biggest battles in the area is the race for governor of pennsylvania. both men saw a big boost over the weekend from political
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heavyweights. president obama stumped for wolf inside the liacouras center in philadelphia. corbett got help from chris christie in ivy land. christie said corbett can come from behind and win if republicans get out to vote. >> he is a sin -- sincere person, he is not a profession politician, he knows how to create jobs and serve the public. >> democrat also are not coming out -- democrats are not coming out, they are not excited, they are not excited about their own candidates, and they should not be. they were not excited about tom wolf in pennsylvania. let me tell you what's going to ham on tuesday night. four more years. >> the 6abc franklin an marshall poll last week had wolf with a 13 point lead.
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if the democrat wins, corbett will be the first incumbent governor to lose his bid for another term. polls open at 6:00 a.m. in new jersey and 7:00 a.m. in pennsylvania and delaware, all polls close at 8:00 p.m. volunteers from the league of women voters will be at 6abc from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on election day to answer questions built polls and voting procedures and take information about any possible voting problems. there's the number, (877)940-6222. him "action news" will have complete coverage of all the big races on election day and expect live digital updates throughout the night at >> a new castle county man is charged with manslaughter after a pregnant woman he is accused of attacking died from her injuries. fernando flores was arrested after they found the woman in bear. paola delgado-polanco died on
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wednesday. investigators say she gave birth to a little girl before she died. that child is in critical condition. jury selection begins in a civil case against a former pennsylvania university professor who beat his wife. prosecutors brought the case against raphael robb who was convicted of murdering his wife back in december 2006 inside their king of prussia home. the couple had a daughter who was 12 at that time. tomorrow's mega millions jackpot has grown to $321 million. that makes it the largest jackpot in lottery history. the cash value is $200 million. watch the drawing tomorrow night on "action news" at 11:00. an wednesday the philadelphia school district will resume hearings to shut down the walter d. palmer charter school after an inquiry revealed the school underperformed after the past 6
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years and violated its charter. they kicked out 250 children because it was unable to pay its bills. >> tam is sick of the winds. >> reporter: i am, too, i was reading the paper, and going through stuff on the internet, man, i had to look up. storm tracker 6 live double scan we are looking at nothing going on precipitation wise. as we look outside, we don't have as much windy this morning. it's a little bit breezy. every now and then the camera bounces down the shore and elsewhere. generally speaking the issue is the cold and not the wind. still chilly today. we'll get milder tomorrow afternoon and in particular for election day. starting out chilly temperature of 38 degrees in philadelphia. the dewpoint is low, meaning it's dry, crisp air. the winds out of the west at
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8 miles per hour. they will pick up later on, probably about 10 to 20 miles per hour as we go through the day. speaking of which i'll put that always on day board for you and day planner so you can see how the day is going to go. we'll saturday out sunny and wind up with a mix of sun and clouds as we roll through the day. 42 by 8:00. 55 by 11:00. there's the high of 59 degrees that's at 2:00 probably holding until 3:00, as well. dropping to 51 by 5:00 p.m. and below that by 6:00. 58 in wilmington, even numbers up and down the pike. 57 in cape may is one of the cooler spots. tomorrow, partly sunny skies for election day. with high pressure rolling to the south, the winds are not as strong. what we get is a flow out of the west and maybe out of the southwest that will draw in milder air. you'll see improvement tomorrow in the exclusive accuweather
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seven-day forecast. here it is. 59 degrees is today's high, a mix of sun and clouds, cool a little bit on the breezy side. look out for debris on the roads that didn't get cleaned up from yesterday's strong winds. tomorrow, 66 is the high in the afternoon. by the time the polls are closing at 7:00 or 8:00 still in the upper 50s. not too bad for election day. no weather-related reason to keep you home. partly sunny, wednesday, 68. thursday frontal boundary coming in, it will bring us periods of rain some of which could heavy. if the rain is coming down, be careful of street flooding on thursday. kind of a wet one there, high of 61. back to 55 on friday, we could have lingering showers. that clears us out for a dry weekend. saturday, high of 50 and sunday only bouncing back to 5. >> -- 55. >> okay. >> the river of molten lava on
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hawaii's big island has slowed, but the danger is not over. >> the less expensive stick vacuum also promises to replace your regular vacuums. we look at that consumer report tests next. >> we look at the case of a hit-and-run that took place on halloween night.
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honey bunches of oats. tasty! yummy! >> hello, everyone, it is 5:43, it is monday, and yes, you've got to make sure your clocks are set to the proper time. daylight savings time ended over the weekend.roper time. >> you have to bundle up to get in your cars and come in from the suburbs. let's go over to karen rogers and check it out. >> reporter: this is route 1, no problems as you head out the door. on the northeast extension lehigh valley quakertown, we have construction blocking the right lane. in pottstown, stowe and route 100 they are rebuilding the bridges over the schuylkill river it will last to 2018. expect restrictions line, they
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are working on the eastbound shoulderle they will be changing that throughout the area. time for a look at the computer traffic report looking at the waze app. somebody was reporting something on the highway southbound near haddon heights. other than that no big issues on the roads. temperature-wise it's cold, 34 degrees in tanersville. 36 in martins creek and quakertown. even 0s in center city. 37 in browns mills. 39 in dover, delaware. at least we're dry with no weather-related problems. some hope from mother nature is helping to stop the flow of lava that flowing on the big island. a rainstorm reduced the lava low. it's 40 feet away from the town but stalled for the moment. the flow started moving toward
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the town back in june. it has only destroyed a shed so far, but threats hundreds of homes. vacuums promise to be better clearance, but cost more money. our partners at consumer reports put them to the test. >> reporter: neat a quick pick me up to keep your house clean for the holidays? consumer puts challenges them with a deep cleaning test where dirt is poured on and pressed in. a test normally reserved for full size vams. the stick vac couldn't keep up. >> it needs weight, stick vacs are under ten pounds and won't do the job. >> reporter: when compared to
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the other stick vacs they took the top three spots in consumer reports test, number one is the dysondc animal. it's a beast when it comes to noise. one of the loudest stick vacuums tested another dyson the motor head it came in a close second, it's quieter, but wasn't as good on bare floors. they only run 7 minutes before they need recharging at $500 they cost far more than decentup rights. if you don't mind a cord, the shark rocket is $180. bus stop the way its designed prevents it from cleaning well along the left edge. but it successes -- as you suckt hair like a champ.
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>> the bagless hoover wind tunnel offers impressive cleaning and super pet hair pickup and does well at deep cleaning carpets. a local nurse helps a patient beat cancer. it turns into a personal case. we go out to california where we get an update on a hit-and-run that killed three teenage girls. >> reporter: we have sweatshirts on the kids. lack steak & eggs. steak & eggs! steak & eggs. steak & eggs? steak & eggs. boom.
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the pennsylvania turnpike westbound past norristown and a car is facing the wrong way, a messy scene. all the lanes are open, though, watch for this off to the side. montgomery county cathedral road and huntington pike a new accident. conshohocken avenue we're clear and dry despite a few problems out there. >> reporter: it's a chilly start and a little bit of a breeze blowing through the region. 38 in philadelphia. 30s in allentown, 30s in trenton lancaster and millville. low 40s along the boardwalk. if you're running errands, we're in the 40s by 9:00 him noon, 55. a little bit of a breeze this afternoon, 010 to 20 miles per hour but nothing like yesterday. >> chopper 6 drive over a breaking story in bucks county. let's take a look, this is the
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scene, there have been several truck fires, 500 block of collide wade drive in bristol. according to the listing of the internet is the a business hyper here. numerous trucks were on fire, three tractor trailers, three pickup trucks all damaged. the fire department is on the scene. looks like they have flames coming from some of vehicles right now. but no one has been injured. haven't heard any word is to whether or not they believe this is suspicious. but right now their main proprietor is putting out the fires which -- the main priority is putting out the fires which is a business in bucks county. >> two years ago she was diagnosed with brain cancer this morning she is engaged to a nurse who helped her with the disease. they gotten gamed after the race for hope in an event to raise
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awareness about brain tumors. she met mcdoingle after she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. >> i got extremely lucky, i'm not going to lie. >> team fomo. she is cancer free. >> more news you did not see last night.
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newspapers speak out. tom corbett has been something of a disaster. tom corbett cut spending on education by a billion dollars... it's time for a change. elect tom wolf, and you'll get the type of governor we haven't seen for a while... who looks out for average, hard-working pennsylvanians.
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it's wolf who has solid ideas for bringing in new business and for boosting the economy. tom wolf for governor, a fresh start for pennsylvania. >> welcome back and good morning there, down in the first state taking a look into wilmington, 5:46, 42 degrees, the longest serving mayor in boston will be laid to rest today. thousands of people braved rain snow and wind in order to pay their respects. le that included secretary of state john kerry.
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minino was the mayor of boston for more than 20 years, he lost his battle with cancer at the age of 71. a 6th college player is facing charges in the brutal beating of a west chester man. a freshman linebacker at pennsylvania university of he attack the man near campus, he has severe brain injuries. the school chose to forfeit its football game over the weekend. police in santa ana california arrested multiple people for a halloween hit-and-run that killed three teenagers. 13-year-old twin sisters and their friend died after an suv struck them in a crosswalks. police found a damaged suv nearby. >> 5:57 we continue to follow a breaking story coming to us from
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bucks county. firefighters are not battling one, but a number of truck fires in bristol. we'll have live update at 6: ryan costello went into politics. in 2001, doctor manan trivedi joined the marines. trivedi served as a battlefield surgeon in iraq. costello served himself by voting to raise his own pay. and while trivedi cared for patients in pennsylvania, costello gave millions in government contracts to his campaign contributors
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