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developing right now, this morning on fox 29 morning news two young children injured before being rescued from a burning home and now fight is on to make sure they are okay. here we are game four of the septa strike where do we stan and what will your friday morning commute the look like. bob kelly has a look the at roads and lauren johnson is monitoring the talks this morning. the lots to talk about. police officer struck by hit and run driver how police say this all started over a stray talk. eagles will call a reverse an josh hough why officials say they gave the wide receiver the boot. good day everybody it is, friday. >> yes, tgif. we are at november 4th, thanks so much for waking up and joining us. >> hough. >> testing
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>> we will talk about that but first, bob. >> yes. he is starting in radio you have to forgive us. >> good morning, bob kelly. >> well, we're in for another crazy start. fridays are crazy to begin with, and you they in the the septa strike and, i don't know what sueby will be tossing out there for today but here's a live look at i-95 near philly international airport. we are looking good to and from the airport. the friday is big day for folks traveling in and out of the town, we have weddings, all kind of parties town town. here's a live look at vine street expressway. no problems coming in or out of the city, vine street local looking good and looking good in south jersey, this is blackwood, clementon road. now, little tip for today, driving still got flat rate ten bucks for ten dollars at select garage. ppa easing up on heater times.
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we noticed this yesterday, wear bright colors, especially during the morning and evening rush hours. we are not seeing daylight until 7:00 o'clock. that is great you are using bikes, as an option whether it is your own bike or that bike sharing program, but make sure you have something to be seen until the dark no problems on the schuylkill, plea route, i-95. friday checklist, crowded trains in the the platforms, same deal get your tickets in advance. this afternoon's rush hour will be interesting, friday's are always upside down, friday morning are usually lighter of the entire week, friday afternoon, it gets crazy for what i mentioned early, friday we have events, we have weddings, we have folks getting out of town for weekend but staying in town for weekend what is the forecast like, sueby. >> it will be like autumn. we have been warm and new back to seasonal. we will give you eight out of ten because we have to get used to it again. we have cold front not quite the through the entire area
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just yet, we have some rain in southern delaware and maybe drip and tab here and there we have a few cloud as we get red of the cold front and skies will clear and we will have some tsunami shine. 54 degrees. look at your sunrise time 7:34. 7 miles an hour wind. we don't have fog and we don't worry about fog today. fifty-four here. we will get to a high later on, of, 60 degrees, that is a little more like it, thomas and karen for this time of the year. >> in the quite the seven we saw yesterday but we will take it. thanks, sue. we are following a developing story this morning out of olney. two young children are in critical condition after being rescued from a house fire. >> lets get out to steve keeley there at the scene with the very latest from what we have learned, steve. >> reporter: well, critical but alive and improving. we also talk about statistics in terms of the the fire deaths, what you don't hear is fire saves, and this philadelphia fire department, came into this house, just
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past 9:00 last night, they put out a fire and they see two young kid. i'm talking one year-old being the youngest, they had to save those lives. not just get them out but bring them back to life, resuscitate them down the steps here. you can see police department still here, guarding the scene, new lets go to the video, just past 9:00 last night. fire breaks out in prime time, lot of questions about how the parents got out, where the parents were even home, and this and that but those questions to be answered later, the answer we have right now is that you got a great philadelphia fire department and two young kid still alive brought back to life, and alive because of this fire department. here's their new boss adam tiehl. >> during the course of the fire fight our fire fighters rescued two children, those children were immediately transported and treated in route, by philadelphia fire department paramedics, and they did an incredible job of treating them, both children
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were in critical condition when they were transported, one time to einstein an bonnie to st. christopher's. they remain in critical condition but they are improving. >> reporter: how god does that sound, that was improving. so that was last night. they are probably in better condition once they got the to the expert care of people noted for helping, little kid where they've quip. that is kid sized and not adult sized in these hospitals. karen and thomas, we are out here talking about two lives saved instead of two lives lost, how cool is that. >> we love to hear that word, improving. thanks, steve. also in other news right now, facing another day of grid lock, strike is continuing, still no deal between septa and transit workers union. >> septa strike now in the fourth day and here we are on the friday, things will get worse, commuters trying to make the best of it. lauren johnson joining us from 30th street station. a hard to stay positive with all of this. >> reporter: i know, for so many people it is really frustrating and a big
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headache. the here at 30th street station it is quiet now but we know that will change when people start coming in the city to head to work and school. some say yesterday's meetings were nothing short of the war of word, both side, throwing accusations at each other and still nothing so we enter another day. the union president is accusing the septa board chairman of not being completely honest with the public in his statement released wednesday. union claims they would have taken homeless in their paychecks had they accepted septa's offer before the strike. the court issue, money, limited which posts problems if the union wants more in pensions and paychecks. then there are those quality of life issues, downtime between shifts, and break times but money issues are dominating these discussions. either way passengers are the ones caught in the the middle. >> i have to take a 25 minute walk back to my car. >> you can drive to the train station but regional rails have been so crazy, better to park somewhere and just walk.
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i'm usually late for work but they are being very understanding. >> traffic seemed like it is double the traffic these days, you know, you have to make arrangements to take kids to will school, people to work, it is definitely affecting everyone. >> reporter: some of these kids don't have other options to get to school so they have to walk. one child told me yesterday, 42 minutes, usually two buses, there, 15 minutes. well, septa has been threatening an injunction to force workers back for election day. we heard it would happen yesterday, it never did but there is still that possibility. of course, we will keep an eye on this morning's commute here from 30th street station and let you know how people are making out, karen and thomas. >> good point i was over at master, kid are coming in on yellow buses a at 11:00 a.m. that is how delayed they were. developing in montgomery county whitpain township police are searching for the driver who hit an officer and then just kept on going. luckily that officer was in the seriously hurt. investigators say he was struck walking across north
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wales road near pulaski drive around 6:00 o'clock last night. police officer was trying to help a stray dog found roaming the street. witness tells fox 29 that the driver who struck the officer stopped for a brief moment and then took off. >> well, we were waiting inside, and if there was any on the dog, officer decided to let the talk leave him, to lead him home. >> then the officer staggered across the driveway across the street and fell down and they just kept going. >> police believe that the carries a small black sedan with tinted windows. the officer was air lifted to the hospital with a leg injury and released. the stray talk ran away. political news, 4:08, it the is final count down just four days before heading to the polls. hillary clinton will be holding her last major rally right here in philadelphia monday night, promises to be huge. it will be her husband former president bill clinton, her daughter with the current president owe bam and first
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lady all joining her for this big campaign event. they have not released the name of the location but we do know it will begin at 7:00. new numbers show the two presidential candidates are in a dead heat, hillly clinton lead donald trump by one point in the latest polling average by real clear politics. both nominees are focusing on battle ground states of pennsylvania, ohio, north carolina and florida. trump returns to hershey for a rally tonight. earlier he will be in ohio, new hampshire, trump and clinton campaign hard in north carolina hard yesterday which is a must win state. >> i'm asking for your vote so we can replace obama care, and save health care, for every family in north carolina and frankly in the united states. >> imagine having a president who demeans women, mocks the disabled, insults latinos, african americans. >> hillary clinton will be campaigning in south florida
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today. a campaign trail for wife of the donald trump, melania trump was at main line sports center yesterday. it was pack. she vowed to fight for children, women. she also spoke about being an immigrant from slovenia and when she first met her husband. >> love for this country is something we immediately shared when i met donald. he loves this country and he knows how to get things done, not just talk. he certainly knows how to shake things up, doesn't he? >> this was, melania trum first campaign speech since the republican national convention. all right. 4:10 is the time. eagles will be kicking one of their bird mired in controversy from the nest after all. they have decided to release wide receiver josh huff day after saying he would not be suspended for big game with the giants on sunday. >> happened fairly quickly. it comes from huff's arrest on
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the walt whitman bridge tuesday morning. fox 29 sport tenth reporting huff had a few incident the eagles were already concern about before he was arrested. that arrest was for seeding, having mar juan, gun, hallow point bullets inside his car. after meeting with the top guys in the organization, yesterday, the eagles decided to let huff go. >> we spent a lot of time over the last 48 hours just making sure that we had the information and we weren't rushing to judgment and then we have a process this place for these sort of things that can lead to us what he wye think is the right decision. >> i understand if in the doing the same thing, you know, sometimes people get caught. ultimately people learn from this situation an how serious it can be. >> huff issued an apology to the organization, saying he will learn from this screens, and we will have much more coming up. >> let us know what you think, did they make the right call, did they dot right thing, let
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us know. 4:11. coming up on the fox 29 morning news. >> we have good news after spending more than a month in the hospital, there is a fire fighter from wilmington finally back home how his fellow fire fighters made sure it was a hero's welcome. pat toomey and donald trump: they're just wrong for the women of pennsylvania. "new fallout for donald trump."
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44:00. hello maple shade live look for shaders heading out to cumberland farms in the background 73, fellowship
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road, all looking good so far this morning. no problems on the blue route, schuylkill expressway, in good shape, so we're off to a good start, same deal, day number four, those city buses and trolleys, no market frankford and in broad street subway. tempers are wearing thin here as we go in the friday and day four of the septa strike. here's a live look at i-95, ramps to and from the walt whitman bridge. looking for an option for ben franklin bridge, the walt whitman bridge could be a option for you, and then take i-95 north in towards center city. that seems to be less traffic then bennie during height of the rush hour no problems heading in to downtown. philly international had big delays yesterday. i think we will hit reset button and good going to if you get in or out of town, so far this morning, some tips here if you are driving. that flat rate of ten bucks for ten hours still stand at ppa garages. meter made taking it easy on the meet ever times giving you some slack but a big tip here,
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if you are using bikes, make sure you have the bright colors. we have seen a lot of folks wearing their black jacket, wear something bright. don't wear a bright pink jacket the so we see you but have something, he is type of marking maybe a book bag on your back so those that are driving in the car can see the gang, driving with the bike. if you are going to take a bike ride today, sueby, forecast will be very important, right. >> we will not get any rain once we get last of the rain out of here. in fact, we don't have any rain in the forecast for a long time, chance of rain is slim to none as we head into election day next week all the way through weekend, when we change the time, saturday night into sunday, it is all dry, dry, dry. so we're not quite dry just yet but last of the cold front is still making its way through the area you can see left over clouds and rain that is still in southern delaware, so it is right here at dewey beach, ocean city, maryland,
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maybe a few syringe also around wildwood and other parts of the cape may county but it is almost gone the coal front that started its way through yesterday afternoon. temperatures are still not too chilly, we have got 54 degrees in philadelphia, 45 in mount pocono, colder air or chillier air, trying to settle in here, 57 in wildwood. fifty-three in lancaster. not an uncomfortable morning. the wind are starting to pick up a little bit, 16 miles an hour up to the north, 7 miles an hour here, not a real issue unless in the mountains where it is windy and that is where as we said chillier air is settling in. we didn't even get close to that record yesterday, the cloud, kind of took over earlier then expect. so we got to 72 degrees yesterday. today a high of 60. sixty's, well, over the weekend, and lots of sunshine on monday, and no excuse, at least weather-wise, not to vote on election day, high of 62. it stays seasonal through middle of the next week. >> not a bad way to start the
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morning. >> 4:17. lets get a check of the other top stories we are following this morning. a 22-year old man is in the hospital police say someone shot him in the cities logan section just before 9:00 o'clock last night on the 4500 block, of north gratz street. the gunman hit him five times, he is at einstein hospital in critical condition. no arrests have been made. today is day five of the jury deliberations in the bridge gate trial. defense is asking for a mistrial. lawyers hade a request yesterday, they are also asking to have some evidence the removed from consideration. verdict has in the yet been reached in the trial of the bridget kelly and bill baroni. prosecutors say the two former staff are for governor chris christie cause traffic jams on the george washington bridge for political retaliation. talk about a true hero, left a wilmington hospital nearly six weeks after a deadly fire that kill two collogues. fire fighter brad speakman is back home with his family this morning. >> our dawn timmeney was there as he left crozer-chester medical center in delaware
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county. >> reporter: smile on brad speakman's face saved it all, it would wilmington fire fighter leaving crozer-chester hospital after being critically injured fighting a deadly fire. >> it has been a long six weeks. >> reporter: speakman suffers burn to 30 percent of his body after a floor collapsed battling back flames as they ripped through row home on september 24th. >> i don't even know if i have the word, i can't wait to get home and spend time with my family. i'm looking forward to seeing my son and my five-year old. i was than the able to see them. >> reporter: speakman's wife lauren was by his side as he was wheeled out, he said it is first time in 41 days he has had a real smile on her face. >> we are very grateful to have him here. we cannot thank everybody enough for everything they have done. >> the entire fire family, it has been amazing, i wouldn't have been able to to do it without them. >> reporter: two fire fighters died in the fire captain christopher leach and
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lieutenant jerry fickes did not make it out alive. senior fire fighter artis hope is hospitalized after critical burns to 70 percent of her body. speakman says the tragedy is something that he will carry with him forever. >> i will remember it every day, you know, you will remember it every day for the rest of my life. >> reporter: but today was a day to smile, take to celebrate, and then move forward. >> it is uplifting. it will help spirits out of a lot of our guys and hopefully this is a start of, you know, getting artie out as well. >> reporter: quite the hero's tribute as speakman left the hospital with a complete fire department escort to the home in delaware. >> one of the biggest things about him he has a very strong foundation of support and that support is keeping him up. >> reporter: brad speakman still has a long road ahead of him but said he plans to return to the wilmington fire department as soon as he is able. fire chief says artie hope is showing signs of improvement and department continues to to stand with her. dawn timmeney, fox 29 news.
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>> so well deserve. >> um-hmm, absolutely. time right now 4:21. wearing green, getting ready for big game with the giants. eagles still dealing with those off the field issues. >> here are more on why eagles decided to do a complete 180 when it comes to josh huff. plus eagles talk about the gun culture in the nfl. hear why players feel like they may need a gun at all times, that is coming up in sports. plus did you get lucky last night? here's your winning lottery numbers.
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good morning i'm sean bell. eagles released wide receiver josh huff just a day after saying he would play on sunday. yesterday, howie rose hand rosemanatee side todd do this now. >> we spent time over last 48 hours to make sure we have the information and we weren't rushing to judgment, and, we have a process in place, for these sort of things. that could lead to us what we think is the right decision. >> we all saw this coming but they finally made it official, phillies bought out ryan howard's contract. but he will still get the a is in present on the way out, ten million-dollar, howard is last guy from the 2008 world series team. flyers/islanders, flyers down two-one.
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shot off the board, matt read there to put it in. that pushed the game in overtime. they would go to the shoot-out and claude giroux coming through in the clutch with a goal, the flyers win, three-two. their third win in a row. that is sports in a minute. that is sean bell. well, huff did release a statement after being release add pol guying and promising to do better. one of the main issues from huff's interview on wednesday was he said mess players carry guns. yesterday, leodis mckelvin explained why a lot of the players feel the need. >> somebody how much you worth and, of course, when people don't have that much, and, of course, you you air customed to people may see you as a target and may want to come after you or whatever, and then there are some guys, have guns, some guys have families, some guys have kid, they have wife's and stuff they have to protect.
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>> definitely want to you weigh in on our fox 29 facebook page on twit eras well, do you believe huff should have been released because of the incident? looking forward to seeing what you have to say. >> i have so many conflict feelings, we'd love to hear wharf to say on this one this morning. coming up at the 4:30 the septa strike. >> it is kay four and thousands of septa workers still off the job this morning. while hundreds of thousands struggle to get to and from work. why the strike could be a big problem on election day.
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day four of the septa strike, people forced to take alternate ways to work trying to find a way to the end. we will have a break down and we will actually have a break down on what you can expect this morning. also developing overnight there were two young children rush to the hospital after being injured in a fire, and where fire fighters found them up side of that burning home. allegations of so-called rigged elections may have been gaining some trackses, law enforcement made a second raid in less than a week. great to have you with us this morning, i'm thomas drayton with karen hepp on this friday. people work over weekend and it is not my friday yet the but at least we did make it to the end of the the week. four days of the septa strike, been a headache for a lot of
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people out there. >> even when you work on the weekend, everybody is in a better mood on a friday. >> managers are not there. >> yes, they know it is coming to an end. >> at least not here this early on a friday. coming in from the suburbs, no problems here on the the schuylkill expressway, here's a live look at schuylkill at belmont have avenue. again, schuylkill taking the brunt of the extra traffic especially starting around that 7:00 o'clock hour. but fridays are different then other workdays. here's the roosevelt boulevard we are off to a good start. roads could be damp from your area having some rain yesterday, watch for those leaves, your friday checklist be ready for crowded trains, lath forms, coming in on the regional rails make sure you get your tickets in advance and as friday afternoon rush hour, it is always a little bit different then others. friday mornings are lighter, so it will be, again, another day of some unusual traffic patterns, as we deal with the strike on day number four.
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if you are driving that flat rate still stand in center city. ppa giving an extra hour easing up on those meters there but big tip if you decide to use the bike make sure you have bright colors especially in the early morning hours until we see some daylight and on the way home, later on this afternoon. in problems this morning at philly international, but if you are flying trying to get out of town, a staying in town, all important forecast, sueby has got it. >> yeah, it will be different but more like it is supposed to be, in early november. we have had eight out of ten today, almost rid of the rain but not quite, still raining if southern delaware. we are seeing a stray syringe will or two, last of this cold front comes through as we zoom into southern delaware, that is where it is still raining, maybe a little bit at jersey shore and cape may county as well, but for us, we are try out in philadelphia. fifty-four, seven whiles an hour wind and sunrise not
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until 7:34. that will all change over weekend when time changes we will go back to standard time. 45 degrees in the mountains but 50's every where else, and as the cooler air is still in the process of settling in. wind are going to kick up more, especially once we get to sunrise, with the change in air temperature, as will cooler air, gets us. we were in the 70's yesterday. seventy-two is the official high today. sixty. it will be bright, beautiful with plenty of sunshine. your sunset time 5:55, guys. by monday it will be so much earlier. >> well, it was dark, picking up kid from the game yesterday, thanks, sue. >> so, 4:32 is the time. we are still dealing witt. we will have have more grid lock, more long lines, more heavy crowds and problems on the septa strike day four. >> on this friday, this morning still no deal between septa and workers union but talks go on. lauren johnson joins us from
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30th street station, good morning. >> one portion of the talks is about forcing the union workers back on the job next week for election day. the union says that is just not fair. i tried to focus on next week when we can focus on a settlement this week. everyone wants something to happen, because people showing up at 30th street station are frustrated and all over the city to be honest. here's the deal, reality is buses, trolleys and trains are not rolling by tuesday that could pose major problems getting people to the poles and on time, with increased traffic on the road. pennsylvania, of course, is a battle will ground state. philadelphia is overwhelmingly democratic, so this strike could hit hillary clinton camp pretty hard. the issue is when union voted to authorize this strike they also voted not to extend or suspend the strike while these negotiations continue. so they don't want to stop. one union members claims to the general public why he is off the job and in the picket
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lines. >> we as a union do apologize for the inconvenience to the riding public. we don't want to do this. septa forced our hand to bring us out here to to what we need to do. no contract, no work. we just want a fair contract, fair wages and fair work rules. we're not robots. >> pensions, paychecks, health care, work rules and big issue sitting on the negotiating table. just as a note last union strike happened back in 2009 ape it lasted six long days. so as we head in today four we have seen traffic jams, we have seen pack regional rail trains and we will also see children have not been able to make it to school because of the chaos and confusion. thomas and karen. >> being delayed for several hours, thank you. we know two young children are in the hospital right now after pretty bad house fire. >> steve keeley is joining us from the scene in the olney section, good morning to you, steve, there was some quick reaction here. >> they are in the hospital
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and not in the morning thanks to the philadelphia fire department, that is bottom line here, this fire, breaks down prime time, parents town stairs kid upstairs. lets go to the video. fire department gets here in olney right off boulevard by two blocks. they get here in four minutes. they put it on you the in ten minutes. once they get fire out they are hearing screaming parents out here on the street saying their babies are inside, one and six. fire department gets in, find these kids, brings them back to life, neighbors like eric johnson see fire department resuscitating these kids on the stretcher. they could not wait. they had to save their lives right here on the street. >> how great was it to see the fire department save these two young neighbors. >> i was glad to see them pull the kid out and parents were going crazy and the neighborhood was, the house was just going up, smoke filled and it was just disturbing. >> reporter: were you surprise todd that anybody survived it the way the fire was going.
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>> yes, i'm very advised because it was full of smoke and by the time the fire department got here, they asked us about the the property and smoke just hit them and the whole top of the roof was like in flames. smoke was coming out of every where, they started breaking windows and smoke was just going every where, so, you know, i just pray that be in died in there. >> reporter: your prayers were answered how good is it that you hear kids both surprised and fire department saved their lives. >> so good, god is good. >> well, fire department is real good too. adam tiehl the commissioner said kid were critical but improving and he said that, around 10:00 o'clock last night. so hopefully they are even better, this morning and the parents very lucky. the flames, karen and thomas that you know as a parent you go back in your house if it was on fire to get your three
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boys out but impossible to get back in that house. eric says flames and smoke were too intense, it took experts at fire department and ladders and bucket windows to get in there and good thing because these two kids will live a long life happily, hopefully. >> that is a good thing. any parent would want to have that happen. 4:37. allegations of a rigged election could gain tracks after a second law enforcement raid in less than a week. state police and investigators from the state attorney general's office raided sealed works office in hunting park last night. six days after a similar raid on the company's office in norwood, delaware county. company registers voters for democratic candidates and each case they are looking for evidence of templates that could be used to construct fraudulent voter registration forms. dell will co g.o.p. officials say they flooded county election office with bogus registration forms. >> this is registration fraud, is it voter fraud? well, that is to be determined we will see what happens on
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election day. >> prosecutors have not charged them with any crime and says it is fully cooperating with investigators. due to the sensitive nature of the case pennsylvania's attorney jennies expected to release a statement today, attempting to clarify the nature of the investigation. that is kind of confusing. here's something that is very clear, u.s. department of education hit penn state university with a two and a half million-dollar fine. this all concludes a five-year investigation into how the university handled complaints about former assistant fat ball coach jerry sandusky. department says penn state officials ignored their duties under the cleary act that requires colleges and universities to report campus crimes and warn people about any threats to their safety. this is the largest fire under that act. jury found sandusky guilty of 45 counts of child sexual abuse in 202. all right. still dealing with the strike, day number four. >> some people are struggling to do basic things like get to the doctor. straight ahead we will tell
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4:41. authorities make a chilling discovery a would hand tied up and chained. thirty year-old taylor brown disappeared in anderson count which her boyfriend back in august. deputies found brown after help third her bang go on a container. she was being fed during her time inside that lock container which was sitting
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outside. police do have a suspect in custody and said he is a registered sex offender. brown's boyfriend remains missing, police fear he could be dead. disgraced former congressman anthony weiner has reportedly check in the sex addiction treatment center. the daily reports that weiner is in a rehab facility that treats counseling for cyber sex. earlier this year he sent a lewd picture of himself with his child in the bed with the 40 year-old woman. he stepped town in 2011 after tweeting a lewd picture of himself. he is married to huma aberdeen. >> now center of the e-mail scandal once again. 4:42. big brothers, big sisters one of the oldest mentoring programs and now teaming up with philadelphia's finest. >> how organizers hope that this will help bridge that gap between children and officers. >> also, police say, this guy you are about to see robbed a boost mobile store at gunpoint but that is not all, how many other places police say he hit up, just last week.
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most of the country will push clock back one hour but voters in utah may get a chance to change that in their state. daylight saving time is one of the top complaints, state lawmakers here about from their constituents. for years lawmakers considered ending it but every year a bill opts goes no where on capitol hill. >> monday morning is pretty busy for us. >> we get a lot of calls, people asking how to change the time on their watch or
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their clock but then also people end up breaking something and then of to bring it in. >> so if it passes like some polls say would it utah would join arizona a in opting out of the semi annual clock switch, springing, forward, requires u.s. congress to get involved. interesting to go see what people think we should always be sprung forward or eastern standard time. >> i don't mind it in the fall to get that extra hour it makes all that difference. >> the whole reason this thing started was because of the economy because, you know, the farmers with the change of season and all and getting in the harvest, well, we don't do that anymore. it is no majority of our society so maybe we can, figure it out, something else, but in the meantime, it is saturday night, or sunday morning if you refer depending what you are to go saturday night that 2:00 a.m. becomes 1:00 a.m. whether you like it
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or not. heading up to north jersey for the eagles game on sunday and lots of folks will, not that far away. here's forecast at 1:00 it will be 58 degrees, bright sunshine a beautiful football day. lets hope we have a beautiful victory, bid end of it. we're talking about how try over the next couple days and thought i would show you trout monitor especially in north jersey, a lot of rain is needed, where we're not going to get a lot over next week or so. right now we have a little bit of rain left over from the cold front that came through yesterday mostly heading out of the delaware and now in ocean city maryland and other parts of the del marva area for us it will be brightening up, nicely today but it will be cooler then it has been. we're in the 50's right now. temperatures will not rise a lot. we will get 60 degrees and wind will pick up and it will feel chillier. then we are talking about saturday and sunday, pretty
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similar, nine out of ten, we will just have nice autumn weather extending into tuesday, election day, it looks like a nice one as well and seasonal temperatures, continue with no rain in the forecast after that. so that is your seven day forecast, bob kelly has been looking at the alternate ways of transportation during this septa strike and it has been a challenge. >> running out of the alternates. you were mentioning about turning clocks back cool is back in the the day when i was a dj i would be on the club that saturday night and clock would turn until 2:00 and then move back an extra hour. you got an extra hour for saturday night dance party down there. no problems, on the schuylkill, 95, blue route so major roadways are in okay shape or at least on the pennsylvania side. we have got an overturn tractor trailer though in new jersey, this is on the northbound side, of 295, just above paulsboro here, it is at exit number 19 which is for route 656. they have within lane going
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through. if you come over delaware memorial bridge or commodore barry bridge and heading north in toward the freeway your best bet head for new jersey turnpike. that will be a mess for the morning rush hour. again, north on 295. otherwise northeast philadelphia looking good, no problems at all here 95 into cottman avenue work zone, it is friday, our checklist, crowded trains, lath forms on the regional recall lines make sure you have your tickets in advance, friday are goofy, mornings are usually lighter and then try afternoon always a hot helps, but before we get into a septa strike. we have a lot on a friday, try night events, there is weddings, folks coming in and out doing special things, so friday it will be interesting to go see how it this works out. driving today that flat rate, ten for ten still underway in the garage, ppa giving a break on the meter times but riding a bike make sure you have something bright on, so that the other guys can see you as you bike around this morning. karen and thomas back over to
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you. it is a first try, as well, taking a look at our top stories, philadelphia police have arrested a second man they say is behind shooting that happened in rittenhouse square of a good samaritan. eighteen year-old man turned himself into central detectives monday. prosecutors charged him with attempted murder, robbery and whole list of other charges. investigators have already arrested a 17 year-old man in the shooting of the rittenhouse square, in rittenhouse square, back on october 19th. investigators say there was a good samaritan trying to stop those two teenagers from robbing someone when they were shot and 39 year-old he did survive his injuries. there is a whole series of business robberies that have police looking for the same suspect and is going to places we all go. wanted for robbery at dunkin' donuts on thort broad street. also aberg are king on westerly high avenue. that i will salon and mens wear store on germantown avenue. this is video from the dunkin'
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donuts hold up. police warned he is armed, dangerous and please call police. in your health, for some people getting to the there can be difficult which is why jefferson health is allowing patient toss check with their doctors from home. the doctors use a special tool with their computers for tablets for virtual checkup. we shadowed doctor greg kaine as he conduct one of these appointments. he has seen an increase in on line patient care since the septa strike. >> i can see my patients, check in with them and can scheduled than line so patient necessary that i'm about to get ready to see them this is waiting room and i know that they are waiting for me. >> jefferson health has been using virtual doctor tool for a little over a year thousand. 4:51. if you like nutela big news of what might be your favorite part of the breakfast. f.d.a. with like to cut serving size from 2 tablespoons to just one,
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nutela asks for this change because many americans love to put it on their bread for breakfast and we are putting on too much. usually europeans eat witt their dessert so they are eating less so nutela asked them to change it to 1 tablespoon which would put nuttella on par with honey, jam. >> i was a round little fellow, i loved that good it is good. >> with the spoon. >> reduce it. one of the favorite pictures in wildwood down the shore is there a change. >> crews are taking apart the great nor'easter roller coaster piece by piece. big make over now underway that will make next summer look a little different, stay with us.
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they will rehab it and crews are taking ate part, piece by piece and then replacing the track, there to repeat everything, it will look fabulous. the press of atlantic city said it will cost five million-dollar. it should be ready to roar when it reopens by next summer. >> time for fun. >> no big surprise here four philadelphia restaurants make cuts on 100 best steak house necessary america. survey was done by open table and they researched more than 5 million reviews from diners since 2015. so, here are the local restaurant that made the list. >> they are, barclay prime, so my favorite capital grille, dell frisco's double eagle steak house made the list as well. capital grille and dell
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friscos have locations across the country. >> i love them layses. >> yes, right. >> all right. 4:56. we are covering several big stories this morning. big septa strike. >> lauren. >> reporter: good morning to both of you. we are here at 30th street station where passengers still appear on regional rail trying to headache it around the city, it has been a frustrating week. we will cover is what going on with the strike and septa coming up after the break. two kids lives saved here last night great rescue. katie: my mom was a restaurant hostess
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at a neighborhood favorite - a place for a good, family meal. she juggled customers, cooks, waitresses - and never complained. my dad was a police officer walking his beat. i learned from both what it means to be honest, 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.
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good morning, get ready for a lot shore horns and problems, it is strike, day number four, where do we stand on all that and where is your morning commute. follow us up to the minute. >> lauren johnson is monitoring negotiations at this hour. also ahead, two children in critical condition after being rescued from a burning home, what neighbors are saying about this chaotic scene as fire fighters rush into save these young lives. plus a local police officer is rush to the hospital after a hit and run, why police say that all started with a stray talk. eagles call a reverse on josh huff why officials say they gave the wide receiver the boot. we want to you weigh in.
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to you agree? good to have you with us at 4:59. thomas drayton with karen hepp. wind of change. >> so poetic. >> it is just so early good morning. >> good morning to you. >> we see the picture of the the guy bike nothing short sleeves. i don't think you will do that today. you will need a jacket. >> we will check on the forecast in a behind. >> good morning. >> i to not wear my shorts even though it is a little bit warmer. thank goodness. >> we appreciate it. >> lets go outside, rough go past couple days, kay number four here of the septa strike, seed heater readings in the the 50's, we're not bad right now on the major roadways but we will zoom into an accident on 309, 309 northbound, right at the norristown interchange, and then, we will go for a ride north on 295 we have an overturn tractor trailer. this will cause a mess for morning rush hour it is northbound at exit number 19 which is route 656, just above


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