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are you going to vote for hillary clinton? >> presidential nominee is not done campaigning in the city. >> we will never be stopped. never ever be stopped. >> the election draws near. >> and philadelphia firefighters rescue a baby and two adults from a burning home. so glad you're waking up with us 6:00 a.m., sunday morning, sky6 live hd giving us a beautiful image of the commodor barry
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bridge. good morning to you. nydia han is off, tamala edwards joins us this morning, so glad to have you here. >> to get an extra hour sleep before coming in here to be with you on the weekend. that commodor barry bridge looks great. you said there's going to be a repeat of yesterday. >> reporter: it's light out now, because we pushed the clocks back up. let's show you what's going on. we'll pay for it later this afternoon, the sun will set before 5:00 p.m. today it's all downhill from this point on. there's the view of the center city skyline. we have mainly clear conditions out there, it's mild. yesterday the numbers were in the low to mid 30s. this morning the numbers have been relaced with 40s and 50s. 47 in millville. 51 in philadelphia. 46 in allentown. 45 in the poconos. 50 in trenton. cape may, checking in at 57. just like yesterday we have high pressure firmly in control and
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that means wall-to-wall blue skies. after a few clouds around this morning. it will be sunshine from start to finish this afternoon. looks like another nice day, repeat performance of yesterday. so mostly sunny skies today, that's the call from accuweather. just like yesterday it will be breezy, high of 63 degrees. we'll start out with high, thin clouds, it's a complete blue sky by afternoon. 60 degrees by 1. sun setting at 4:58. 58 degrees is the 5:00 p.m. temperature. we'll talk about the election day forecast, we have big, big changes arriving this upcoming weekend. guys? >> we're following breaking news, right now coming from newark, delaware, detective's are on the 100 block of flamingo drive where a woman was hit by a stray bullet always she slept in her bed. we are a waiting to learn the condition of the 38-year-old victim. the gunshots happened outside her home and hit nearby homes
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and vehicles. we'll pass along more information as it comes into the newsroom, is the place to go for the latest information. all right, 6:03 the time. we're just two days away from election day the race between hillary clinton and donald trump its a close one. >> both candidates are in pennsylvania showing just how important the state is for anyone who wants to win the presidency. >> clinton was focused on philadelphia, pop star katie perry took the stage at the mann center. clinton's daughter chelsea makes the rounds in the philadelphia suburbs later today. >> trump is campaigning in suburban pittsburgh tonight, the candidate has been trailing in pennsylvania, but clearly he sees an opportunity to close that gap. >> abc news washington post poll of likely voters gives hillary clinton a five point lead over donald trump nationwide when it comes to individual issues, trump edged
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out issues on terrorism and corruption. clinton is favorable in meant and more qualified. >> how privileged are you to think it does not matter. >> reporter: hillary clinton electrified supporters, we caught them streaming out of the man center after the two hour eventful weekend. >> it was a great concert there was a lot of energy, it was great to see hillary, of course, and katie perry was a lot of fun. >> it was spectacular, happy to be here, my friend invited me, i'm leaving excited i'm going to get more people to vote in my community. i'm going to knock on doors. >> reporter: clinton came out to a crowd of 14,000 supporters urging them to get out and vote.
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>> when you're kids and grandkids ask you what you did in 2016, when it was all on the line, i want you to be able to to say i voted for a better, fairer stronger america where everybody has a chance at the american dream! >> but fired up voters can't ignore numerous national polls that point to a potential nail biter come tuesday night. >> go out and vote. that's the most important things. it's a privilege we've earned. >> reporter: clinton is not done with pennsylvania just yet and holds another rally on independence mall on monday, joined by the obamas andon bon jovi urging voters to vote foreher come november 8. jennette reyes, channel 6 "action news." >> donald trump is crisscrossing the country. today he will be in western
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pennsylvania, virginia, iowa and michigan and minnesota. tomorrow trump holds a rally in scranton as well as events in new hampshire and north carolina and florida, as well. trump, of course hoping to avoid another scene like this one, he was rushed off a stage at a rally in nevada after someone in the crowd yelled "gun". the secret service took down the suspect, but he has not yet been identified, no gun was found at the rally. trump returned to the stage minutes later he hammered home the scene clinton could not be trusted in part due to fbi investigations of her e-mail. >> if she were to win this election, it would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis. in that situation, we could very well have a sitting president under felony indictment and
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ultimately a criminal trial. >> trump pledged to get america's military a more modern arsenal. the u.s. senate race is the most expensive congressional matchup in the country. joe biden told the crowd that america is better than when he and president obama took office, but he warned there's more work to do and mcginty and hillary would be best to pick up the baton. the republican, pat toomey held a rally in montgomery county. he was joined by tom colten for an event at waynesville hangar. he discussed immigration and national security. rick williams and monica malpass will be with the trump and clinton campaign. we'll have crews throughout the region covering the local races.
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join us with the panel of experts and special guests, we'll be following all the results after the polls close that will starting point up at 8:00 p.m. on time, 6:08. this morning we're following a developing story in north philadelphia. we have learned that a woman struck by a hit hit-and-run drir died from her injuries, the action cam the 900 block of lehigh avenue off front street. the 345-year-old victim was trying to cross the street when the vehicle hit her before midnight and kept going. police do not have a description of the vehicle involved in it. they have recovered a side view mirror they believe broke off the car. investigators are working to see if surveillance cameras captured anything. we'll keep you posted. new from grays ferry section of philadelphia. firefighters rescued a woman, man and a baby trapped inside a burning homement action cam was
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at that scene, as well on 2600 mansion street. they got to the home around 2:50 a.m., they found the building engulfed in flames, firefighters pulled a baby and two adults from the home. all three victims are in the hospital in stable condition. the baby is recovering from smoke inhalation, investigators say the fire appears to be suspicious. new this morning, this is some viewer video of a house fire in the point breeze section of philadelphia. this fire started at 4:15 a.m. in a three story row home on the 1300 block of south 16th street. you can see the flames up there. two men in the home managed to escape the flames on their own. one is being treated in the hospital for smoke inhalation, people living in neighboring homes had to evacuate just as a precaution. investigators are trying to figured figure out what caused the fire. septa union is looking at a
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proposal. a hearing is set for a court injunction to force the employees to get back to work by election day. five thousand employees walked off the job last tuesday shutting down the city's subways, buses and trolleys. "action news" morning team will be getting an early start tomorrow morning, tune in a half-hour early for up to the minute information on the morning commute. if there's any break in the strike we'll update you on air and seven streeter will sing the national anthem at the game after all. last month the sixers pulled her performance at the last minute because she wore the shirt that reads we matter. sixers and and streeter said thy reached a meaningful dialogue. shell join the sixers organization for an upcoming
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community outreach for the boys and girls club. happening today, the eagles face another nfc east rival. this time the new york giants in north jersey, both teams at 4-3. a loss puts the eagles at 0-3 in the division in the -- shells -- which he is a steep hole to dig out of. >> let's hope the wentz wag be runs over the giants. are you ready for a parade? philadelphia is preparing a salute to our veterans. >> reporter: gray are you ready for a warmup? temperatures will be climbing in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, i'll let you know how warm it gets when we come right back.
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you're waking up with us on sunday morning, 6:14, so glad to have tamala edwards with us. chris, you said the weather is going to be warm. >> reporter: we took the dog out, i was warm walking the dog. today will be very similar. >> great. >> reporter: let's show you what's going on, we have clear
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conditions for the most part. high, thin clouds across interior sections of south jersey and delaware. with the arrival of the cold front, we won't have cold temperatures, we'll climb into the 60s and full sunshine. another nice day on the way. double scan live we're clear. we flip it over to the radars, we can show you we have nothing going on. okay, there we go, and again, we'll keep the radars clear, at least for the next two to three days, there's a chance of moisture here wednesday afternoon with another approaching cold front. you will see that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a moment. 51 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint 39. pressure steady, 30.20 inches. winds out of the west at # miles per hour. the ocean temperature 59 degrees. 40s and 50s to the northwest. actually in time yesterday we were close to freezing. it's warmer this morning. warrington, 47.
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chester, 52. across south jersey, same thing we had a lot of mid 30s yesterday. now we're 47 in glassboro, 48 in gandys beach. 57 in the villas, browns mills, 46. high pressure firmly in control it's sitting, crawling, which is good if you don't like a lot of activity in the weather department, that's what you want to see, a big area of high pressure, clockwise winds around the high, the air sinks, no clouds and sunshine. as long as the weather sits there, the weather will be boring over the next couple of days. the high is not moving anytime soon. it's sitting across the heartland of the nation. there's the storm track, all the storm systems traveling up around and in through canada at least through thursday and friday for the upcoming week. breezy and quiet, we'll call it comfortable. monday, slightly cooler, highs
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in the upper 50s, close to 60 degrees. like today we'll see a ton of sunshine out there. for this afternoon, 63 degrees, sunny and breezy. winds are light out of the north at 15 to 20 miles per hour. starting out with a few high, thin clouds, increasing sunshine, 59 by 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m., 60. 3:00 p.m., 62. 5:00 p.m., the sun will have set by then, 58 degrees, 53 is the forecasted high. overnight tonight, clear and colder, 0 degrees outlying suburbs, 40 for center city. winds light out of the north at 5 to 10. let's fast forward to election day. 10:00 a.m., 54. 1:00 p.m., 65. this is the warmest day in the forecast. we're forecasting a high on election day of 67. of course the bottom drops out next week, we'll get into that in a second. election day beautiful, 67.
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cooler, wednesday, 59. thursday looks good, 62. a stronger cold front arrives next weekend, 59 for friday, saturday, chilly, highs around 48. thank you chris. happening today, thousands of runners and walkers will take over the ben franklin bridge for a good cause. they will be making their way from camden, new jersey from old city philadelphia and back again. this is the cooper nor cross run the bridge 10k run and 2 milwaukee. the money benefits the lark school in belmawr, camden county that teachers and cares for children with disabilities, we'll be right back. equipped in temperament, judgment or character to lead our troops. donald trump has created a toxic atmosphere pitting one group against another. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment.
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 6:24 sunday morning, temperatures across the lower 48 if you're traveling not too much weather going on very, very quiet. the chicago, 47. philadelphia, 51. atlanta, 50. and jacksonville, 57. we'll start to see big changes here as we get into next weekend. the jet stream is going to become what we call more amplified. here's philadelphia here, it will allow the cold from canada pour on ntheast. at the same time, the warm weather we've been enjoying will move back to the west just like this. this is all warm in the high plains and the deep south. we'll see a reversal starting next week. a lot of you have been asking
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where's the cold and the snow, i know the skiers are impatient. we'll see changes toward colder conditions next weekend. today is anything but cold, 64 jersey shore, mostly sunny, breezy and nice. city of philadelphia, 63 not too bad. poconos a little chilly up there, highs in theer 40s -- upper 40s. flyers wives carnival celebrating the 40th year. the event is the oldest and most successful one-day event put together for -- by a pro sports franchise. it supports a number of nonprofit group caring for kids and doing important medical work. it kicks off at 1:30. 6abc is proud to salute the service members in the philadelphia veterans day parade. the streets rounding independence mall will honor the
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men and women in uniform. you'll see motorcycle brigades and parachute demonstrations and breath taking fly over. that parade begins at noon and we have a front-row seat live on 6abc at 12:30, the host is alicia vitarelli and sharrie williams joined by a panel of distinguished service members. a beautiful day for a parade. >> we have more news just ahead on "action news" sunday morning. we'll be right back. his friend can download 13 versions of the perfect song. his sister can live stream it while his mom downloads how to set a dislocated shoulder. get 150 meg internet with equal upload and download speeds, tv and phone for just 79.99 per month online for the first year.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. any chances, she is hoping performances will widen the narrow lead she has in national polls. cleaning out a mess at a shopping center this morning as shoppers and stores deal with a familiar muddy nuisance. good morning, nydia han is off, tamala edwards joins us, and chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. great yesterday. >> reporter: great today. >> reporter: i'm going to change up my sunday routine, i'm going to record the eagles game
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because i usual i stay on the couch and watch football, you got weather like this it's beautiful. yesterday we got out and walk the dog and played with the kids. today is equally as nice. temperatures in the 60s and gentle breeze it should be a nice day. it was brisk and chilly, lows dropped below freezing pilots, 30. trenton, allentown, 32. wilmington, bottomed out at 34. look where we are this morning, 40s and 50 all of a sudden. reading, 50. philadelphia, 51. trenton, 50. cape may, 56. millville, 47. the temperatures are a good ten to 15 degrees warmer than same time yesterday. we'll be warmer this afternoon or just as warm as yesterday. it's going to be another nice day. sunny skies, breezy, 63 degrees is the forecasted high. there are cooler changes in the accuweather forecast, and i'll
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have the details, plus the election day forecast, all straight ahead in ten minutes. >> thank you for the update. hillary clinton's final rammy before election day will be in philadelphia tomorrow night. it is recognition how important the election is for the campaign. president obama and his wife first lady michelle obama and former president bill clinton and daughter chelsea will be in the attendance. they will be joined by singer bon joviy whole perform. ♪ >> pop star katie perry was the headliner for the rally at the mann. >> when your kids and grandkids ask you what you did in 2016
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when it was all on the line, i want you to be able to say i voted for a better fairer, stronger america where everybody has a chance at the american dream. >> supporters in the crowd told "action news" that the rally has energid them to go door to door to get out the vote on tuesday. scary moments for donald trump in nevada. secret service rushed him off the stage. trump spotted something wrong and two secret servicemen grabbed trump and hustled him away. someone in the crowd shouted gun. you can see a man was apprehended. in the end, no guns were found, a few minutes later, trump was back on the stage. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. >> but well never be stopped, never ever be stopped.
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[cheers and applause]. >> i want to thank the secret service, these guys are fantastic. [cheers and applause]. >> trump finished the speech and flew on to his next event in colorado. >> jill stein campaigned in old city. stein's platform includes a 15-dollar minimum wage, cancellation of student debt, single pair healthcare and what she call also the new green deal to tackle climate change. on sunday before election day, clinton campaign john podesta and rnc chair come to the national race. laptop stolen from clinton staffers has been recovered. they left laptops in an suv
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parked on the 100 block of brown street. they went to dinner and discovered it was broken into and the backpack was gone. investigators add that the laptop did not contain any sensitive information. time now, 6:34 two dozen people were forced out of their homes in media what a car ran into a home and ruptured a gas line. this happened at the intersection of monroe and jefferson early this morning, there were no injuries reported and peco crews shut off the gas leak. flames engulfed the home in the tacony section of philadelphia this morning. this happened in the 6600 block of keystone street across the street from the firehouse at 2:00 a.m. the cause the fire is you under investigation, we can tell you nobody was hurt. a day after a 48-inch water main break in the parking lot of a shopping center in east falls. crews got to work trying to clean up the mess.
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>> devastating sight, 6 million gallons of water overflowed into the parking lot creating at least half million dollars in damage. bob brooks has the update. >> reporter: for the 4th time restoration crews are cleaning up the businesses and washing the parking lot to the shopping center of fox street. for the the 4th time, the water main burst and millions of gallons of water poured out. once again, they had to evacuate from shop rite to safety. >> i had to go down that way. i had to go all the way down where the water was maybe here. >> reporter: you hear she was able to make her way out, but it wasn't easy. >> i fell. >> reporter: was it cold. >> i was cold. septa wasn't running, i had to walk all the way home. i was so cold. >> reporter: you can see the fire department had to bring in save people, 75 people total.
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>> somebody started screaming the water, the water. >> reporter: the woman said a woman was trapped in her car and she may have drown if they didn't rescue here. >> the pipe burst and created this massive sinkhole this huge mess which you can see is not going to be easy to fix. >> reporter: again this is the 4th water main break at this parking lot. its going to take a while to drive these businesses out. now neighbors, upset are starting to point blame hoping for a final solution. >> i think it's the water department not doing something properly. that hole was like that for months and months and months from the last one. >> reporter: estimated cost of damage to the stores, half a million dollars. you see the car parked here behind my soldier, everybody i
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spoke to said they will not park in a spot this close ever again, they won't want to wind up like that. >> "action news" is proud to bring you the connect give sharing program to battle hunger. a local mother is benefiting. sky6 live hd leaving us with an image of the sunrise over camden, a gorgeous start to your sunday morning, 51 delicious degrees out there, we'll be right back.
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we to live in place, we've been showing you various images, it's all beautiful. now it's the girard point bridge, we fell back last night. if you wake up and think it's # 40:00, it's 6:40 a.m., now. as you open up the windows you will see a glorious sunrise like one. >> and you may think it's monday because tam is here. [laughter]. >> reporter: today is going to be a nice day, yesterday we topped out at 65. today we're 63, 64. a ton of sunshine expected once
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again, not a bad day. there's the view on sky6 live hd we see nothing for the most part mainly clear skies, a couple of high, thin clouds that's about it. because of the overcast we had two or three hours ago, it helped to keep the temperatures milder than yesterday at this time. and that means we'll see another mild afternoon with temperatures well into the 60s. 63 degrees is the high temperature. there's the normal. we're slightly above average. 51 is the appreciate temperature reading, the normal low is 42. speaking of the sun, the sun set yesterday around 5:55 p.m. this evening, it will set at 4:52 p.m. november 30th. 4:36 p.m. new year's eve, 4:46 p.m. it will start looking like winter over the next couple of weeks.
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we'll transition and temperatures will get colder in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. 46 in allentown, 51 in philadelphia. millville, 47. cape may, 56. trenton, 50. atlantic city, 51. satellite and radar what you're not seeing here is high pressure plant the right here, just like yesterday it hadn't moved, it's sitting over washington, d.c. the air sinks under the high pressure system that means a ton. sunshine expected once again. future tracker 6 later today, just like yesterday bright blue skies, gorgeous day, nothing going on, fast forward into monday, same thing, nothing going on. fast forward into tuesday, nothing going on. it's a boring repetitive weather pattern we're in, i think people like that when there's not much weather to talk about. the temperatures will fluctuate a little bit. 63 today, 59 tomorrow. chance of rain, 20% chance of showers on wednesday, the front that slides through midweek will
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be fighting a lot of dry air i wouldn't be surprised if you didn't see much of anything. friday, 20% chance of showers, as well. which means there's an 80% chance you won't see anything at all. it's a comfortable and dry week. speaking of comfortable, 63 in philadelphia. cape may, 63. allentown, 60. trenton 62. meadowlands met life stadium, eagles take on the giants. 57 degrees by 1:00 p.m. 4th quarter, 56. it will be breezy. winds out of the north/northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour. overnight tonight, colder, 32 in reading, 30 in allentown. 40 for philadelphia. 32 in millville. 42 in cape may. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, temperatures stay above average, 63 degrees today. we'll drop it down slightly for tomorrow. 59 we're back up to 56 on election day, which looks like
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the nicest day in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. 59 for wednesday, a lot of clouds, a couple of showers possible, thursday, another nice day, mostly sunny, 62. and then a powerful cold front comes in here friday, we'll start out with sun, lots of clouds by afternoon, maybe a shower, 59 comes early, temperatures fall and saturday's high is a lot cooler, 58 degrees, that's the coolest day of the year this season so far. that's going to set up a chilly weekend next weekend. >> next weekend. >> reporter: so enjoy today. >> thank you so much. i would like to remind you, you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time of the day at every november, 6abc partners with the region's holiday food drive to help those in need to put food on the table. we'll tell you about hungry harvest discount produce for you and way to help for those in need of a healthy plate.
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to work hard, and love family. big banks, wall street, special interests - that's who pat toomey's with. in the senate, i'll work for you and your family. i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. that means incredibly fast 150 meg internet for the holidays. so in the 3.7 seconds it takes gary watson to beat the local sled jump record, held by gary watson. fly, gary, fly. his friend can download 13 versions of the perfect song. his sister can live stream it while his mom downloads how to set a dislocated shoulder. get 150 meg internet with equal upload and download speeds, tv and phone for just 79.99 per month online for the first year. only from fios. i miss my daughter every day. she was shot and killed in a movie theater. jessi's murderer used an assault weapon with a high capacity gun clip. these clips allow killers to keep shooting and shooting. senator pat toomey opposes banning these clips,
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6:49, new this morning, philadelphia police are looking for a suspect in connection with the shooting of a grays ferry teenager. the action cam at the scene, 2600 block of south 26th street. a 16-year-old boy was shot taken to children's hospital with with a bullet injury to his foot. he is in stable condition. no word on motive or suspect. a man accused of kidnapping a woman and holding her in a storage container for two months has confessed to killing seven people, including four back in 2003. investigators say he made the
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confession and provided information about the case that was not public information. in the meantime, we know the body in rural south carolina was identified as the woman's boyfriend, he showed authorities two graves on the property just yesterday. >> a newlywed said she was waiting for her husband to come home with no idea he was shot near their home in north philadelphia. he died hours later, now more than a year later, that widow is asking for help findings his killers. here's rick williams with this morning's crime fighters report. >> reporter: manual's widow spoke to "action news" about her husband through a translator. >> he was a good person. friday october 2, 2015 was like any other work day. at 7:00 p.m. she was home with
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her brother-in-law along 2700 block of master street in north philadelphia. >> everyday i was waiting for him. i had his dinner waiting. >> reporter: she heard a shot and banging on her door. >> it was him at the door, he was shot. >> reporter: the 36-year-old had been shot in the stomach, he was rushed to the hospital where he died a few hours later. >> we are still clueless why it happened. >> reporter: the city of philadelphia is offering up to $20,000 in reward for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. call 215-546-tips. all calls will remain anonymous, for crime fighters, i'm rick williams channel 6 "action news." >> car sharing services will make it easier to get out and vote on tuesday, uber, lytte are offering down thed prices for those trying to get to the
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polls. that will be helpful if the septa strike continues. uber will offer an appear that locates your polling location and requests a ride with a push of a button. they are offering a discount to riders. >> if you go to houston, texas you might see batman. a man from katie is driving around dressing up as batman he started doing for fun and in this day and time it's nice to see somebody do something to bring a smile to people's face. >> there in katie, texas i'm familiar from that area, my wife's family is from texas, you got to love texas, everything is bigger in texas. >> i do. >> go texas. >> stay tuned for more "action news." dangerous thing.
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when i come home and dinner's 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?
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uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. less than three weeks away and the preps are underway for the 6abc dunkin' donuts thanksgiving day parade. volunteers started their practice. this massive balloon will make its way down the parkway on thursday, november 24. all right time, 6:55 it is time to check out what is going viral in this week's edition of the social corner. >> let's get started, show you some pictures here, this is a grandpa who is getting a lot of
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attention, because people often have kids be the flower boy or girl. in georgia the bride asked the 85-year-old's grandfather toes the pedals. grandmom thought they would be the laughing stock of the wedding. i think it's great when people see the connection between the generations. a camden county couple him wanted to surprise for halloween. boom boom popped out signaling a boy was on the way. mom and dad smiled, but lena was not smiling, they burst into tears. >> what's wrong baby, she is not heap about that, she is only
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three, her little brother is due in april. >> i think people screaming and yelling and balloons in her face was why she was not wanting the baby. lena will come to love her brother. >> happening today, several thousand people are walking or running through fairmont park this morning to help in the fight against lung cancer. the 11th annual free to breathe 5k walk/run is getting underway. opening rally starts at 8:30 followed by a 5k walk it's an events close to nydia han because she lost her mother who did not smoke to lung cancer. research goes to research and awareness program. >> 6:57 there's another hour of "action news" sunday morning straight ahead. here's some of the stories we're following for you, the home stretch, candidates make
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the final plea for votes ahead of tuesday's election. a hit-and-run driver leaves a woman to die on a philadelphia street. police are working that case right now. >> plus, another update from meteorologist chris sowers and they the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll be right back. >> hillary unites with singer
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katie perry in philadelphia to urge voters to get to the polls. the democratic nominee is not done campaigning in the city. >> what you're seeing there is the trump rally where there was a wild moment in the crowd where there was thought to be a gun. trump came back minutes later to continue his campaign. >> firefighters rescue two adults and a baby from a burning home. glad glad, 7:00 a.m., sunday morning, sky6 live hd giving you a beautiful glimpse. commodor barry bridge. let's get you 0 outside, chris, it was great yesterday, today? >> reporter: it will be great again. it's mild this morning, when the breeze picks up it's chilly. the numbers you are seeing are


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