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word when they will come to an agreement. we are live now where contract talks are trying to come to a compromise. we have crews in the events that a deal is struck. matt pellman is tracking the evening rush but first lets go to the picket line, walter perez starts us off at 69th street station in upper darby. >> reporter: there are buses coming and going from the station here and mostly just suburban lines not affected by the strike but when it comes to the many customers affected by the strike they are frustrated. >> most of the mass transit customers we spoke with here at the 69th street station say they empathize with the striking septa worker buzz there has to be a better way. >> i don't want to take away their ability to strike, but the commuters suffer. how do they work it in new york city? among the customer suffering is
william turner who has kidney disease, he was already an hour late for dialysis after walking an hour away from his bus line stopped by a picket line a line that was running a half hour behind schedule. >> they close at 4:30, i have to get my four hour treatment and i can't go back until friday because i work tomorrow all day. >> you think that the transit strike would be a boon for taxi drivers but the drivers say that the traffic jam especially in center city stop them from any real money. >> you take the customers from downtown it's two or three hours, you charge a couple dollar extra but you waste a lot of time. and we spoke with members of local 234 who says they want the strike to end as much as their
customers. we are all hopeful of course because like i said we don't want to be out here any longer than what we have to be. >> there are those benefiting from the strike. the use of the bike share system indigo is up. and uber and lyft. >> walter thank you. we have breaking news to pass along tonight. chopper 6 hd over the scene here where service is suspended on the media elwin line after someone was hit by a train here in southwest philadelphia. it happened just after 4:30 this afternoon. not too long ago at the angora station. at south 58th street. someone was struck and killed by the media train here. and service is suspended on the media elwin line after someone was hit by a train here in southwest philadelphia. we'll keep an eye on the
situation and update you. now matt pellman is in the traffic center with more on the evening commute. >> reporter: it's not looking good rick, that is for sure. the media elwin line not running because of the fatality. a busy line that goes into the heart of delco, alternate options for you i know it's not easy maybe the wilmington line or 101 and 102 trolleys you have to be able to get to 69th street without the l to get on the trolleys. and media elwin line temporarily suspended because of that situation and we have got delays otherwise across the board. many of them between 15 and 25 minutes and fox chase and chestnut hill lines are a half hour late. all day. the strike is putting extra
traffic on the city streets, we see gridlock again across the grid. and also, watching a crash and a disabled bus along 95 southbound side at academy and cotman, off to the side but slowing in the southbound lanes. and we wrapped up an opening at the burlington bristol bridge but expect one at the tacony palmyra in the next half hour. >> uber saw a big spike in ridership on the first day of the septa strike during the morning and evening rush hours, there were 41% more riders compared to the same time last week and uber says more people were sharing rides as well. 38% of rush hour trips were so-called so-called uber pool rides up from 25% last week. and stay with 6abc.com as the septa strike continues, we have
constant updates on the negotiations and any service delays and "action news" is on early tomorrow morning to help you navigate through what could be another tough morning commute. join matt and tam and david and karen starting at 4:00. the race for the white house just six days to go, new numbers show hillary clinton and donald trump neck and neck. the abc washington news poll puts clinton and trump in a tie and a new quinnipiac poll is tight being in pennsylvania and clinton holds a five point lead over trump in what will be a crucial state to win on tuesday. clinton got a-list help. oscar winning actress anne hathaway was here to meet student voters, she made stops in bryn mawr and ardmore and phoenixville. trump had supporters of his own campaigning for him in the
keystone state. his daughter tiffany a graduate of the university of pennsylvania made stops. we'll have more coming up at 5:30. philadelphia district attorney seth williams today stress that today that the city is ready for election day next tuesday and that tampering will not be tolerated. despite what some say the elections are not rigged particularly here in philadelphia. an election task force is on hand ready to tackle any problems and williams says his office will not hesitate if anyone is found tampering with ballots or voters. >> any attempt of harassment of a voter will be met with the same full force of my office than to try to illegally vote. it's not acceptable and we'll prosecute to the fullest extent of the law. >> the da's office established
hot lines for reporting any kind of election fraud. the numbers are on your screen. 686-9644. now officials in iowa have a suspect in custody after two separate ambush style attacks that killed two police officers. lauren lister is live with the latest. >> reporter: this suspect was known by police and removed from a high school football game a few weeks ago for waiving a confederate flag and plead guilty in 2014 due to charges for resisting officer pat-down for a weapon and threats to kill a man. >> the man ambushed two police officers in iowa is now in custody. police identified scott michael greene as a suspect.
and greene southern surrounding in a rural part of des moines. >> he was targeting police officers and a sense of relief for the community. >> just hours before turning himself in. >> two police officers shot and killed separately in the suburbs of des moines while in their patrol cars, according to police the attacks occurred 20 minutes apart beginning at 1:06 a.m. the first justin martin shot sitting in his car alone and anthony benino shot while responding also shot in his car. >> these guys with shot in their cars doing nothing wrong. these police shot in the line of duty are up this year by 48%. loretta lynch reacting today. >> we are determined to hold to account anyone that targets
police officers simply because they have the courage and selflessness to wear the badge each and every day. >> at this point the suspect is being questioned but hasn't yet been charged. tim kaine and bill clinton canceling a get out and vote rally in des moines because of the shooting. back here eagles wide receiver josh huff is speaking out because of his brush with the law. he was pulled over on the new jersey side of the walt whitman bridge, the officer that pulled huff over smelled marijuana in the car and he turned over a container of marijuana and told the officer that there was a gun in the driver's side pocket. the gun is recognized in pennsylvania with a permit in texas but not new jersey. >> what athlete doesn't have a
gun and i have a wife and son and my job is to protect them at all costs. >> he spoke to huff, he was apologetic and he is scheduled to play on sunday against the giants. atlantic city officials say they are working a plan to save the debt ridden city after a state takeover after they called the recovery plan deficient and short-sighted. nora muchanic is live in atlantic city with more on that. >> reporter: hi there monica, city officials are making revisions to this plan specifically responding to concerns raised by the state. hoping that officials will reconsider their rejection of it. but that doesn't seem likely. >> it was disrespect. >> atlantic city officials lashing out at the state department of community affairs that rejected the city's five year fiscal recovery plan calling it deficient.
officials are going over the rejection memo and plan to respond line by line to the criticisms. >> by addressing all the states concerns and hand over the report to the commissioner by the end of the day tomorrow. >> that will mark the end of the 150 days the city was given to submit a financial recovery plan or be taken over. atlantic city's plan underestimates debt and doesn't reduce the workforce and overestimates property tax ref fews. >> the effort here was not to have the plan reviewed to see if it would work but to see what was wrong with it. >> the closure of several casinos, atlantic city lost much of its tax base and is deeply in debt. >> my concern is primarily that the governors is in a nasty mood and has been nasty to atlanta his entire tenure.
>> they will take you are taxes and properties and tax the residents out of here. >> i think the city did what they needed to do. >> reporter: now dca does not seem inclined to recontractors the plan the next step is for the local finance board to approve the local takeover and the city will go to court to try to stop that. i'm nora muchanic, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you nora. more ahead on "action news" at 5:00, coming up in health check obesity is a growing problem in schools across the country and many say that unhealthy food at school is to blame but now research tonight shows that may not be the case. and art that is making a colorful splash in the city of philadelphia. it didn't feel like early november, with temperatures climbing to 70 degree and one more warm day and then windy changes, i'll explain in the
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. this is an individual who mocked a disabled reporter...
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>> reporter: kids spend a lot of time at school so there is emphasis of putting healthier food there. but school may not be to blame as much as we thought. they looked at children and weight gain tends to happen during the summer months and bmi's tend to stay the same or drop during the school year. more work has to be done outside of school. the doctors at the cdc and washington state are investigating a mysterious paralyzing illness there. it sent nine children to the hospital in the past six weeks, one child daniel ramirez has died. two of the cases are confirmed. the exact cause of afm is unknown and linked to many viruses but none of the cases
have a common ill and or link and the paralysis can hit without warning. >> for a child that may mean suddenly stumbling or unable to get up from the floor and dropping things and progressively more weakness. >> so far 89 people in 39 states were confirmed to have afm, the count is less than 2014 but concerned about this. if you were out at a restaurant unable to breathe, would you know what to do. thousands of people die from choking on food every year. one local family in delaware are sharing their heart breaking story and urging people to get restaurant workers to learn how to help. we'll let you know how to save a life on "action news" at 11:00. katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess
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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. the avenue of the arts became more colorful today. this is called light play. the public art sculpture is the art of mags harry the plaque was
mounted on the lost. it was no mickey mouse display, they were taking part in this engineering mouse trap contest. the idea is to design and power a vehicle made only with a mouse trap. some took on the creative flair like these old 45 records for wheels. the team whose vehicle travels the fartherest wins. >> looks like fun. 6 abc is teaming up with an iconic cheesesteak shop for a charitable event. alicia vitarelli will be there making the cheesesteak that you the viewers voted for. cheesesteak and caramelized onions and the proceeds go to crayons to are cradle.
>> for a lot of them it may be the only thin they receive all year long and some kids are coming from the most dire situations. >> you earn a million dollars i'll give you a million dollars. >> wow! you heard that. >> here is a statistic that will break your heart, more than 12,000 children are on a waiting list for a warm coat for winter. we'll be there from 3:00 until 7:00 p.m. cradles to crayons will have a bin
set up to collect new socks, underswear or pajamas or gently used or new winter gear including boots and coats. and he's the republican nominee for president. and republican brian fitzpatrick supported trump.
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>> rita -- >> of course. good try rick. >> rita posted this on my facebook page. >> next half hour -- >> rita was getting exercise at peace valley park doing kayaking and enjoying this mild second day of november. tropping a little bit now to 68
degrees, the normal high this time of year is 61 and allentown and reading is 70 and cape may with the wind off the bay it's cooler currently 63. satellite 6 along with action radar showing getting a good amount of sunshine and high thin clouds here and there north of philadelphia. what i'm tracking though tomorrow is a cold front, low pressure is rideing along that and what that will do it bring us a dose of reality on friday. windy and much cooler weather, tonight though extremely mild, overnight lows close to the normal highs for this time of year. 58 in philadelphia, allentown 53 and wilmington 55 and trenton 54, could have patchy fog developing late tonight and future tracker showing tomorrow morning some fog south and east of the philadelphia, but by 9:00 already 60 degrees and temperatures blow torch ahead of that front by 1:30 scattered showers break out in the northwest suburbs, philadelphia
up to 76 degrees and that front will sweep through by the evening commute and clear the coast by 7:00 and could have a gusty thunderstorm south of philadelphia but ahead of the front it will be a close call. i think we'll fall a few degrees shy of the record. philadelphia the record high is 80 and same in trenton and wilmington the best shot of tying the record high of 78 degrees, the five-day at 5:00 showing tomorrow if you like the warm air you got it get out early and showers roll through in the afternoon and maybe a thunderstorm, a high of 76 degrees behind the system it's seasonably cool and 61 degrees and feeling cooler with wind gusts up to 35 miles per hour. heading into the weekend a beautiful fall weekend. loads of sunshine and 60 on saturday and great weather for the unity cup and don't forget to fall back as daylight savings time falls back. and a little cooler but stays
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"action news" continues with meteorologist, adam joseph, jaime apody, rick williams and monica malpass. hello again here is what is happening on "action news" wednesday night. six days and every second couldn'ts for the presidential nominees. donald trump and hillary clinton their biggest supporters and children hit the campaign trail in an all out blitz today and two children walk into a rite-aid and walk out empty handed. and eagles wide receiver, josh huff talks about his arrest on drug and weapons charges. jaime apody has the details in sport. we continue to follow the septa strike now in the second day. representatives with the septa agency and the union continue their talks today. a deal has not been reached but we hear that progress is being made. lets take another live look at the sheridan hotel in center city tonight. this is where contract negotiations are going on as we
speak. the 4700 union septa workers walked off the job at 12:01 monday morning, the sticking point is the pension plan. share your commuting stories with us, use #6abcaction on social media or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. >> the septa strike is making the evening commute even slower, matt pellman is back in the traffic center with the latest on how folks can get around tonight. >> a lot of commuting stories are not happy stories, that is for sure and compounding the problem is the suspension of the media elwin line. a person was struck and that remains suspended on inbound trains, they are still halted as the activity continues at anfora
coming in use the wilmington line or 101 and 102 trolleys. and once you get to the 69th you can't get on that one it's not running. 15 minute delays on the chestnut hill east and west and fox chase have half hour tee lays and we see plenty of traffic on the city streets and delays spilling out on the vine street expressway and a broken down vehicle up ahead on the eastbound side by 23rd street sticking out in the right lane, on the big picture a broken down vehicle a school bus. the only bus that is running these days on 95 southbound between academy and cotman off to the side. and southbound at the girard point bridge there was a crash and tacony palmyra bridge is waiting for an opening. and in delaware 495 southbound is closed because a crash south
of claymont. stay with 95 southbound with the crowd instead and route 40 is closed because of a crash and downed pole. feather bed lane is an alternate. it's national stress awareness day and we have ale lot of it. >> can you count on "action news" to get you through the septa strike. join us early tomorrow morning with information to get to work and school. tune in to channel 6 "action news" at 4:00 a.m. to get you on the right track while septa is striki striking. and now the final six days of the campaign until election. donald trump and hillary clinton are using every important surrogate they have tor rally supporters in battleground states. tim kaine and bill clinton are at two separate events in iowa
and daughter chelsea in wisconsin and vice president biden is in florida and bernie sanders is in michigan and wisconsin today. donald trump's family is hitting the campaign trail as well today. the family is holding several eventses in florida season mike pence in arizona and new mexico and eric trump in ohio and daughter tiffany trump made several stops in our area and daughter ivanka spend time in north carolina and michigan. and according to the quinnipiac poll clinton is ahead of trump by 1 point, 46% to 45% among likely voters and in north carolina delicious holds a 3 point lead. 47% to 44% and ohio a state that went democratic in the last two elections favoring donald trump 46% to 41%. and here in pennsylvania, clinton holds a 48% to 43%
advance among likely voters. maggie ruly joins us live in washington, d.c. with the latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: hi there rick and monica, while donald trump may have been seen by many as the long shot candidate for many stretches, during this final stretch the gap between the two candidates is rapidly shrinking. as it's gap between the two candidates shrinks to nearly nothing both campaigns are hammering downtown key battleground states and donald trump with three events in the sunshine state today. >> give us two more days we'll be winning everywhere. >> hillary clinton swings but an early voting area before leaving the state. and leans on her network of heavy hitters like president obama and vice president joe biden. also in florida with two early voting events. >> do your job, we all get to go
to bed early tuesday night. florida is an important state to both candidates but experts say it's a must win for trump. abc washington poll shows clinton and trump locked in a tie at 46% each. and riding that momentum trump is staying mostly on message calling both clinton and the media corrupt. >> with your votes you can beat the system. the rigged system and deliver justice so show up early and vote. >> a fired up president obama in north carolina called out trump's speeches. >> i didn't say yes i can, i said yes we can. >> not what one man can do but what our country can do. today is all about florida but tonight the battle is in arizona. normally a red state it's hinting at turning blue, a win there could be a chance to block a trump presidency. instead of sending a big name
supporter she will be there personally tonight. >> all right thank you. for that report. donald trump's wife melania will make her first solo appearance tomorrow in berwyn, chester county. deliver a get out and vote speech at the main line sports center talking about her husband's vision for american women, children and families as well as what kind of a first lady she will be. a first speech since addressing the republican national convention in july. with six days until the general election download the 6 abc app. and keep track of all the breaking news from the campaign trail and log on to our website at 6abc.com. two thieves targeted a philadelphia pharmacy and they were not looking for cash. detectives released this video, two men walked in and one walked up to the pharmacy counter an allegedly handed the woman there
a note that read, quote you have five minutes i want all the o oxycodone and don't do anything stoop to get yourself hurt. emergency boats and police and firefighters took to the water in delaware county. local and federal officers had to work together on land and water to stop a simulator active shooting situation. this is not in response to any known threat just working to be prepared . she would let anything stand in her way and now honored for her incredible determination, still to come we'll introduce you to a delaware high schooler making an impact on and off the football field. and in sports josh huff talks about his arrest on the walt whitman bridge. a mild november afternoon
a delaware athlete is honored in a big
way. >> felicia perez a junior at brandywine shool high school is the first female to win the marine corps award. >> she plays full back for brandywine. >> we are not as good as we should be. i'm happy about the fact that we are a girl and we know we are not as good as we know we can be and we stick together and i know you have my back onp off the field. and i thank you for it. >> max preps names one male and one female each month to be honored. they are nominated by coaches
and peers and teachers. >> she had a tackle the other night on high school huddle it was awesome. >> jaime apody has the latest with sports and the josh huff situation. >> unreal. what pro athlete doesn't have a gun? those were the words of josh huff after officers found a gun, marijuana and hollow point bullets in his car. the wide receiver speaking with jeffr jeffrey lurie huff's explanation is that he carried the gun at all times for protection. >> i learned a lot from my guys, i can't do nothing about that now except try and fix it, that is my main goal. >> they need to know that the decisions and choices that they make away from this building are
going to -- they are going affect them as a player and affect eventually the team and eventually affect their future as a player in the nfl. >> peterson says that huff will play against the giants and wait for the legal process to play itself out. >> the birds are up for a match-up at the meadowlands and they are aware if their record could be much better if they finish out how to finish games. >> and do the simple things over and over again for the duration of the game. and that is what we are working towards and once we start do that, i think our outcome will be what we want. >> we have to execute down the wire, it's plain and simple many we have to execute late in games and we'll be fine when we start do that. the flyers have yet to win two games in a row once they host the red wings, the fourth
in the first 20 days of their schedule back to back. the red wings have not beaten the flyers in philadelphia in 19 years. a second of back to back for the sixers that means that okafor is in for joel embiid. okafor sat last night and embiid had 14 points in the loss for the magic. and embiid will play tonight. he did not have to travel far because matt stairs has to head down from the broadcast booth. and forget the super bowl tonight the best night you can get in sports. game seven of the world series, they got there because addison russel drove in six runs four of them on this grand slam. chicago beat cleveland 9-3. tonight cubs indians winner take all. one of those long waits will finally be over. is it the cubs year? >> it's going to be exciting.
>> i love game seven. >> is there anything better? >> game eight. >> they don't have game eight. if you are planning to watch the final game of the world series you may be bleary eyed tomorrow. a note excusing you out sick is from the chicago cubs of course they are playing, they tweeted an excuse note fill in the blanks in case you need help explaining to your boss. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. we guarantee to make switching easier. we'll show up on time. you're right on time. as promised, to install fios and set up the wi-fi that janet, jamie, jenny, jemma and jasmine need on their birthday. thank you. for all their new devices. you want a piece of cake? you can't break me. switching to fios is easier than ever. now get 100 meg internet, plus tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online. hurry, this is the final week to get our best offer ever.
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it's begin to look a lot like christmas in franklin scare. over two dozen peco employees installed 300 lights around the square. the opening night is next thursday including the popular electric spectacle. >> it didn't feel very christmassy. >> we tweeted out a picture, we have a little christmas up in the house. >> no way. >> it's not my doing. when we put the halloween decorations back in the attic, carl says we have to bring one out. >> is it the charlie brown tree? >> no. >> we are just about out of time. looking at stormtracker 6 live double scan i'm glad to see franklin square is on board. as we look around the area lots of sun and warm and temperatures
hitting 70 degrees at 3:12 this afternoon, 9 degrees above normal of 61 and the low this morning running well below the normal of 43 and by sunday evening that sunset will be 4:53, as we look at the numbers again it's balmy no matter where you are for the second day of november. 66 millville and 71 at the atlantic city airport. and over 70 degrees in mt. pocono the warmer than philadelphia. clouds remain for the most part north and west and a few will kind of break their way through. but not until tomorrow afternoon with a cold front that is pushing through the midwest and severe weather is breaking out north of st. louis and south and west of chicago, the severity of this particular front loses punch as it pushes to the east and we could still expect gusty
winds with any downpour or thunderstorm that does pop tomorrow afternoon. for tomorrow morning's rush hour all is good. if you are affected by the septa strike it's bright and mild but a balmy start. 56 at 6:00 in the morning and 57 degrees by 8:00 and by 1:00 in the afternoon we go back into the mid to upper 70s especially philadelphia and south and east where there is more sunshine and front approaches to the northern and west at 1:00 in the lehigh valley. and philadelphia 3:00, 4:00 in the afternoon and you can see not a lot of bright colors on future tracker if there is fwguy winds they will be isolated and scattered. but a drop in temperature behind the front once it pushes off the coast we go from the 70s quickly into the 50s in the matter of hours. we'll track the line of showers, downpours tomorrow between 1:00 and 7:00 from north to south and the winds could be briefly
gusting to 40 to 45 miles per hour. we'll see such a huge change like we did sunday into monseason the same thing thursday into friday. and friday back to normal 61 and wind gusts during the day over 30 miles per hour. and this is really a muscle maker of a high. you see the amounts of sunshine and clear skies from new england down to the south midwest and northern plains and that sets up through the upcoming weekend. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast 76 tomorrow warm and afternoon downpour and quick shower passing through and them windy and cooler and dry here on friday and 61 and 60 on saturday. and bright day of 61 on sunday and looking great monday at 59 and in the weather department it's a vote for sunshine, 62 degrees and a nice day on
election day and wednesday sun and clouds and 62 degrees, a decent seven-day forecast once we get through the blip here tomorrow afternoon. >> thank you. this reminder stay with 6abc.com/weather for the expected warm-up and precipitation. track the heaviest cells as they approach your neighborhood and use facebook and twitter to get updates by following everyone of our expert meteorologists. bono is making history for going where no man has gone before. he is on glamour women of the year list. the first man to be included on the list getting the nod for his work with the one campaign and its poverty is sexist movement. to get education for 62 million women around the world denied education. . topping our people scene. the cma celebrates 60 years, a
star studded lineup is expected to perform including a tribute to dolly parton, she will be honored with the willy nelson lifetime achievement award. >> there is criticism of the years as the changing of the guard happens and older artists are pushed aside for newer and that is what happens in any format of music but this year we made the greatest sort of strides to saying we are bringing them all back if we can and it will be special. >> we are starting the show with an incredible moment. and i feel like it's just like oh okay i get it. i get what this night is going to be about. >> brad paisley and carrie underwood there hosting the cma awards live on 6 abc. you out.
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and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. right now jim gardner and the "action news" news team is standing by with these stories next at 6:00. it's day two of the septa strike how commuters are dealing with the situation. and bill cosby's pretrial wrapped up when the judge could rule on the suppression of testimony. that and much more coming up next. for cecily tynan, jaime apody, monica malpass and the entire
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tynan and jim gardner. it is wednesday night and the big story on "action news" day two of the septa strike, picket lines are out at locations today as 4700 transit workers stay off the job. ma commuters are using the regional rails they are running but the good news is that suburban station was not chaotic
the way it was yesterday. the pictures tell jed yesterday's story but better today. walter perez is live at the 69 and street transportation center and john rawlins is downtown at the sheridan hotel. >> reporter: encouraging news, up beat sense all day here at the talks and that continues to this hour, that came from both camps, as well as the man that often acts as the go between, those two sides. >> on the way back. >> come back and keep on negotiating. >> it's close, close always something. it's close. >> bob brady confirming that the two sides made progress with assistant rep
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