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is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. bill cosby's lawyers are challenging sexual misconduct claims by more than a dozen women. kt dt is donald trump is in our area to talk about the investigation into the hillary clinton e-mails. that breaking news the septa on strike on service and city buses has stopped. nearly a million people
wefected. good morning. i'm vai sikahema. contract negotiations failed. they hope to get talks started again this afternoon. buses, trolleys and subways are not running at this hour. it does not effect service in our areas outside is city. the union says the two sides remain far apart on things like scheduling and break times. we have live team coverage to help you get around the problems. pamela osborne starts us off. this is frustrating for commu commuters. >> reporter: it most certainly is. employees did not come to work. they came to strike. >> i drop my daughter off and
catch the sub, so this is kind of out of the way. >> reporter: it was standing room only from the fern rock transportation area. >> we know the bus is causing more traffic. >> they say the strike now has their family of seven relying on just one car. >> we got this with my mom's car. we had to wait for her to finish up and my brothers and sisters would have to walk home. >> philadelphia schools were open. students who rely on septa were allowed an excused absence. >> too far to walk for you? >> yes. that's a lot. >> reporter: she was determined to show up. >> i had to wait for my mom to wake up to drive me to school.
i'm like an hour late. >> reporter: and they say the most difficult part of all of this is not knowing when the strike itself is going to come to an end, when they can stop making the alternative arrangements. they are hoping this getting resolved very soon. i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. pennsylvania governor released this statement on the septa strike. it reads in part the inability to reach an agreement will create extreme hardships. i continue to urge them to continue talking until a compromise is reached. traffic has been heavy all morning long as you might expect because of the septa strike. let's get to jessica boyington. what are you seeing? >> we'll tell you what is
expected with this septa strike. the broad street subway system, trolleys 10, 11, 13, 15, 34 and 36 are not running. what is running are the regional rails on the northbound high speed line and all suburban buses. alternatives are strongly enkourjd because you don't really have an option. seeing major delays on the rest of mass transit. earlier we were dealing with 60 minute delays. we are dealing with at least 30 minute delays. we'll see a little bit of a lull in the afternoon. towards the evening commute we'll start to see significant delays there. uber, lyft, others might be good ways to avoid some of the traffic. let's get more around the area. this is on route 30 eastbound right around federal street. we also have an accident on
commerce road. most of the majors right now looking a bit better. this is just being normal volumes. >> thank you. >> stay with nbc 10 and make sure you tap the nbc 10 app for the septa survival guide. change gears now bill cosby is inside a montgomery county courtroom. his lawyers are arguing about the evidence that should be allowed to be presented at his sexual assault trial. we are live in norristown. tell us more. >> reporter: that's right, vai. bill cosby's first pretrial hearing has been underway here inside the courthouse. >> would you like to say anything? what do you hope happens today? kcosby offered no comments as h
entered the courthouse. cosby's lawyers have filed a motion opposing what they call evidence of prior bad acts. the defense are calling the 13 past accusers unreliable saying there has never been a shred of physical evidence to support their claims and those allegations were never reported to any authority. an attorney calls their testimony relevant. >> i hope that the court will allow some or all of those witnesses to testify because i do think that the prosecution is correct when it states that their testimony would tend to show a common scheme or plan by mr. cosby. >> reporter: cosby's lawyers say some of the women do claim they
voluntarily took quaaludes and cocaine. seniors are recalling allegations some 40 to 50 years old. so we asked the attorney about the allegations and the fact that most of the women may be seniors. she'll have that response for us at 11:30. monique braxton, nbc 10 news. now to the push for pennsylvania. a private event. national polls show a tightening presidential race. lauren is live with a big push for pennsylvania, lauren. >> reporter: this is one week before election day. it has stated donald trump has been making a strong play for and the philadelphia suburbs are key to that. let me show you what's happening right now.
donald trump and mike pence have not taken the stage yet. there are members of congress who are here for this event today. the topic is obamacare. this is a speech. it's not a rally. there are teleprompters set up. this comes at a time when we are learning about double digit increases. this is for people who buy their health insurance on the marketplace. they are certainly taking advantage of that timing. donald trump said on his first day in office he would ask congress to repeal obamacare. as you take a look at the crowd here this is a speech, not a l rally. all of these seeds look to be fill and there are people standing around the edges. some have done work for the campaign and some may be connected to the local party and some had a friend helped to get them in. this also comes as a new poll shows donald trump down 11
points in pennsylvania. now, that was mostly taken before this latest information from the fbi regarding their investigation to hillary clinton's e-mail server. donald trump and mike pence now have one week to close that gap. nbc 10 news. >> thank you, lauren. two people were hurt after a fire broke out at a home in northeast philadelphia overnight. fire crews were called to the scene to this house. firefighters were able to put the fire under control in about 20 minutes. we are working right now to find out the victim's conditions. up next, deadly collision. investigators trying to piece together a violent crash after a school bus crashed into a transit bus. and one week go before election day as donald trump makes his push for pennsylvania. paul ryan reveals who he picked.
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this afternoon. right now you'll find no bus, no subway or trolley service running. the regional rails and service outside of philadelphia are not effected. philadelphia has activated the emergency operation center the coordinate city the services during the strike. it can help you get around. speaking of which, we want to go back to jessica boyington. tell us what's happening right now. >> i just fell upon this. it is completely bloked off on the westbound side approaching the blue route. it is blocking all lanes.
traffic completely dead stopped. we are seeing a slow down on the eastbound side. the eastbound traffic is pretty typical for right now. i'll show you where exactly it is. we are starting to see delays around belmont avenue. it really starts to get jammed up as you move towards the blue route. it's not an accident in the area. a motorcade is moving through. once the motorcade moves through they will reopen the road again. right now it's a good idea but it should only be there for about the next half an hour or so. i'll be back with another one of those updates. >> all right. thank you. in baltimore six people are dead involving a school bus and commuter bus. the school bus driver died, so did five on the city bus.
ten others went to the hospital. police say the school bus hit another car and then a pillar before continuing into oncoming traffic hitting the commuter bus. they had a medical emergency possibly before losing control. now to decision 2016 donald trump and mike pence are focusing on obamacare which may have been the reason for the traffic problem. the fbi is focusing on clinton campaign e-mails and now ties between russia and former campaign manager. tracie potts has the latest from washington. hillary clinton is urging voters not to be distracted by the latest fbi investigation into her e-mails. >> why in the world is the fbi would decide to jump into an election without evidence of any wrong doing with just days to
go. >> her estranged husband, anthony weiner may be having dg a poll taken after the news broke shows clinton ahead 46 to 45%. trump has gone up 12 points in two weeks. an nbc news poll had clinton leading by 6 points. trump is seizing on the controversy. >> do you think right now that hillary clinton is happy with the services of uma. i don't think so. >> already 33 million voters have already cast their vote. paul ryan -- >> i already voted for our nominee last week in early voting. we need to support our entire republican ticket. >> clinton's camp unleashed a
new ad. the ad is running in eight battleground states. there would be an update on the e-mails later today. all they are saying no is the investigation is running smoothly with no glitches. nbc news, washington. as we count down to the election you can count on nbc 10 for complete 2016 coverage from updates and interviews tap the nbc 10 app. a chilly start to the day but with the sunshine the temperature is warming up. high thin clouds out there. the temperatures rising up through the 50s. 51 in philadelphia already. dover is 57. atlantic city is 57 degrees. some of the cold spots of course farther to the north in lehigh valley and burkes county.
it is 44 in redding, 42 here. still in the 40s across much of the area. 46 from white hall. it is 50 degrees in easton. look out to the west. these are in central time. this is 10:00 a.m. it is already close to 80 degrees in gnashvillnashville. we are talking about near record warmth as we go into thursday. radar and satellite showing the high thin clouds. the rain doesn't really exist. there is no rain of any significance for a couple of thousands of miles. hour by hour we are watching temperatures as we go through the night tonight. it won't be nearly as cool as it was this morning. in the afternoon it will allow us to warm up into the 70s by
5:00 and even allentown could get up to 70 or a little bit above. same thing with redding and trenton. a cold front will be approaching. we have the winds coming in out of the west, ahead of it. we'll warm up on wednesday. we'll stay dry like the sunshine wednesday and then thursday that front approaches. as it does we are going to be seeing near record warmth followed by some showers, maybe some thunderstorms. this is 2:30 in the afternoon and it's still dry in most of our area. by 8:00 it is all moved through. there is a chance of thunderstorms along with the rain and cooler air comes in behind that. as we look through the area tomorrow a lot of people will enjoy this. it will be in the 70s.
some people will prefer winter-type weather and it's not coming any time soon. redding up to 72. so just about everybody getting to 70 tomorrow. it is 66 in new heart delaware. over the next three days you can see the temperature increase. thursday the showers come in generally in the afternoon and including the lehigh valley. i won't be quite as warm. we'll take a look at the ten day and election day a little bit later. >> all right. thank you. the number one killer of babies in the united states is on the rise, what a newly released report says about babies born in our area and what doctors say needs to change.
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they are proud sponsors of the philadelphia heart walk. this is the volunteer chair. she here with abby. her 13-year-old daughter samantha is a heart disease survivor. thank you for being here. robert, i guess it's safe to say almost everyone has some kind of connection or has been impacted by heart disease. tell us why this is so important this weekend. >> heart disease number one killer of american, strokes is the number one killer of americans. that doesn't mention the millions of disabilities people are dealing with as a result. it's a huge importance to our community. we have really made a commitment this year to give back to the philadelphia community that's done so much for us in the area. in philadelphia you have a 6%
chance of surviving a heart attack. that's almost half the national average. we can do better in philadelphia. we think it's very important for all of us to do more. >> and your reason for participating this weekend is rather personal. tell us about your daughter, samantha. >> yeah. we started walking 14 years ago when our daughter was six months old. we started because she was born with congenital heart disease, survived open heart surgery when she was just seven days old and at the time was one of only nine in the country to survive her operation at such an a young age. we got inspired to help raise money for awareness about cardiac and stroke. >> has the american heart association been one of those agencies that helped out with that and tell us how they
supported samantha and your family. >> yeah, just the technology behind the american heart association we feel that the funds we help raise for them will help others like her in the future. >> this walk is -- how many people are you expecting? >> about 15,000 people. it starts -- the gates are open between 8:00 and 9:00 a.m. we encourage people to come and bring your dog, friends, neighbors. there will be mascots and moon bounces and food. it will be a fun day. the weather looks like it would be sunny and beautiful. >> it should be a nice fall day. jacqueline london will be there. the philadelphia heart walk will be happening on saturday. he is at citizens bank park opening ceremonies at 3:from 9:
12:00. we expect jacqueline london will be there as well. go to nbc10.com and check out the nbc 10 app. thank you. >> thank you. >> appreciate it. we continue following breaking news that's impacting hundreds of thousands of commuters. septa is on strike. that means no bus, trolley or train service. we'll have an update just ahead. also, cosby in court, the hae hearing underway that could decide whether the women will be allowed to testify against him. ♪
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transit workers hit the pil picket lines. they failed to reach a contract agreement at midnight. the union tells us it is expecting a new offer from septa this afternoon. it is expected to resume talks later today. we'll keep you dated on air and on the nbc 10 app. there are no buses, subways or trolleys running. regional rails are operating as they normally do. jessica boyington is watching how it is impacting the roads. we start with pamela osborne who has been talking about the strike. what are they telling you? >> reporter: a lot of people were caught off guard. they walk up to find out they had to find another way to work
or school today. the septa workers, they came to strike. >> i understand why they are striking. you know, i have friends and family members that work for septa but this is out of the way. >> it is one of the many commuters trying to navigate her way through the septa strike. >> catch the sub and it drops me right there. so this is kind of out of the way. >> reporter: early this morning it was standing room only on the trains from the fern rock transportation center. for some it was the only way in. neighborhood streets were crowded. >> we thought the buses caused more traffic but no. >> reporter: the sisters say it has their family of seven relying on just one car. >> we got to school with my mom's car. we had to wait for her to finish
developing off the kids. >> philadelphia schools were open. students who rely on septa to get to class were allowed an excused absence. >> too far to walk for you? >> uh-huh. >> reporter: she was determined to show up. >> i had to wait for my mom to wake up to drive me to school. i'm like an hour late. >> reporter: the people we spoke to today say the most difficult part of all of this is not knowing how long this strike will last, how long they will have to make alternative arrangements until transportation is running back to normal. i'm pamela osborne, nbc 10 news. >> thank you. traffic has been impacted throughout the morning because of the septa strike. let's get the latest now with jessica boyington. probably not related to the septa strike. >> no. it is actually word of the
donald trump motorcade moving through. any time something similar goes through they will close down parts of the roadway. once it moves through they will reopen. it was closed near the blue route on the westbound side, completely blocked up ahead. you can see little ways back this is around belmont avenue. 89 minutes westbound from center city from the vine street expressway. this is typically maybe a 15 minute trip or so. we are still crawling. i will show you what we are dealing with. this is where the closure was. the motorcade was moving up the blue route northbound and heading on the westbound. they stopped all traffic around this area before heading in that direction. it is open but we are seeing
massive delays even passing gerard avenue. huge delays and we are watching for delays on mass transit. the broad street subway and trolleys, 10, 11, 13, 34 and 36 are also not running. what are running are the regional routes and suburban buses. uber, lyft are great for you to plan a different afternoon commute for you. we are watching all regional rail lines, all other regional rail lines are dealing with at least 45 minute delays, back to you. >> thank you. stay with nbc 10 for continuing coverage and make sure you tap the nbc 10 app for our septa survival guide. right now sky force 10 is
live over an accident. this is route 322. it is blocked at creek parkway. there are downed wires on the road there as you can see. one person we are told was injured and taken to the hospital. we'll continue to keep an eye on this situation. stay with us for updates on this breaking news story. bill cosby is inside a courtroom right now. his lawyers are arguing about the thing that is should be presented. monique, it's the system of accusers at the heart of this hearing rg right? >> reporter: that's right. it is the first pretrial hearing. our camera was rolling when he arrived more than two hours ago. would you like to say anything? what do you hope happens today? cosby offered no comment when
entering the courthouse. his goal is to keep past accusers from topping at trial. cosby's lawyers have filed a motion opposing what they call evidence of prior bad acts. the defense says the 13 past accusers accusations have never been reported to any authority. they say the accuser's stories of a night of partying are based solely on unreliable memories of women now in their senior years. >> i'm in my senior years. i'm older than most of those witnesses and i think i can still recollect quite a bit. >> reporter: thank you. >> if that's all they have then they are in big trouble. >> reporter: thank you. she represents some of the women calls their testimony relevant. she says it reveals the common scheme or plan by mr. cosby, one where the women were under the
influence of drugs. cosby's lawyers say some of the women admit taking quaaludes and cocaine. my colleague will have an update for you tonight during the evening newscast. monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> thank you, monique. a halloween hayride turns deadly in mississippi. a mother and her two daughter were killed when a hayride was hit by a pickup truck. the little girls were eight and two years old. six other people were hurt and are listed in critical condition. the victims were all in a trailer being towed by another vehicle. video of a dunkin donuts robbery. it happened yesterday around 11:00 a.m. at the store on north broad street. the suspect took the cash and road off on a bicycle.
if you recognize this man you're asked to call police. and take a look at this guy stealing washing machines. he cut the chain link fence early saturday morning and then loaded up three machines and took off. he was driving a dark colored older model chevy pickup truck. jurors in the bridgegate trial are deliberating today. former krystchris christie aid face up to 20 years in prison if they are convicted. they are accused of creating traffic. well, you're now paying more money to fill up your gas tank. the gas taks went into effect at
midnight. prices are 23 cents a gallon more than they were yesterday at this time. stay lawmakers approved the gas tax hike to pay for transportation projects. voters will decide whether the extra money will be used. happening today pennsylvania governor tom wolf lets ride sharing companies operate legally throughout the state. ride sharing services were allowed to operate legally and also the septa slow down. this makes it permanent. this is happening after months of protests and rallies from cab and limo services. troubling news from the march of dimes. um next, the new concerns about premature birthrates and which
can do more. big warm ups on the way. we'll let you know what to expect and when just
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mike pence has just taken the stage. here he is. s he is discussing health care in america right now. we are awaiting donald trump's arrival on the stage. with nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app for updates on the republican presidential's nominee today. open enrollment for health insurance under the affordable care act. you have three months to pick a plan. a common mistake is to focus too much on monthly premiums. you need to also look at things like prescriptions or to see your doctor and speaking of
premiums, they expected to rise by double digits this year. you'll find more than a million enrollees will foond their current plans have vanished. and the march of dimes released its report card on premature births overnight. for the first time in eight years there was an increase in the number of babies born preterm. >> a couple of things we need focus on. one of the issue is really getting the word out and having people take better care of themselves while they are pregnant. so seeing your doctor and preparing for pregnancy. >> the cost associated with premature birth is upwards of $26 million. they say reducing stress and anxiety is very important to a healthy pregnancy.
it showed premature birthrates were higher among black women and 50% higher among american indian women when compa compared to white women. they say the new ratings are a call to arms. this thursday, november 17th -- thursday, november 17th rather is prematurity day. march of dimes will be holding their charity from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. that night. this year pancreatic cancer surpassed breast cancer in the number of deaths each year. it is the third leading cancer killer in this country. pancreatic cancer is the only cancer with a five-year survival rate. now more than ever it is
important to help those diagnosed with the disease, help them survive. purple stride is happening this saturday. here to tell us more is bruce platt and pancreatic cancer survivor, melissa. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> you know what it's like to lose a loved one to pancreatic cancer. tell us what's it's important that it gets the attention that some of the other cancers get. >> 8% survival rate. we need to get that up. it's too low right now. with the way that the government funds different cancers we are actually one of the lowest ones that gets funded by the government. we have to raise as much money as we possibly can to help with the resource and funding so doctors like here in philadelphia who was one of the best in the country, i feel, to
get the resource going and try to find a cure and try to find an early diagnosis. we don't have an early diagnosis platform yet. that's what we need it for. >> tell us about saturday's event. >> it starts at 8:00 in the morning right across from the police museum. we'll be there nice and early. we have about 5 to 6,000 people come out. you can still sign up. if you sign up today you can get a 10% discount. if you use ps 2016 when you sign up and create a team or come and give us a donation and we'll appreciate it. >> and you were just telling us during the break you were diagnosed three years ago. walk us through what happened. >> i had a simple pain in my side that was not normal. i went to the er because it wasn't getting better.
after some tests they saw that i had a suspicious mass on my pancreas. i was sent down to have an indoe skopic ultrasound and from there i was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. >> what did you feel? fear? tell us how that -- >> just the word cancer was fear enough. i really had not heard of pancreatic cancer all that much, so my friends were like telling me don't do any research because the statistics are not good for it. they didn't want me to be deterred by the statistics while getting my treatment. i was set up with a surgeon and oncologist and we got working on chemo and radiation right away so i was able to have surgery to have a modified whipple. >> it is happening saturday at
memorial hall in fairmount park. it begins at 7:30 a.m. the pancreatic action network is offering a discount. it is ps2016. for more information head to our web site. we'll have a link on nbc10.com and also on the nbc 10 app. thank you very much for coming? . >> thanks for having us. >> you look great. >> thank you. >> appreciate it. >> thank you. a beautiful day shaping up out there. lots of sunshine. not as chilly as it was yesterday. still in the 40s in many of the suburbs from chester, montgomery, all with temperatures only in the 40s. at the shore we are seeing warmer weather. it's actually 60 degrees at
avalon. the ocean city at 59 degrees which continues to be above normal for this time of the year. high pressure over new england. this is reaching down and keeping us dry. the real warm air comes in when the wind ships infts into the southwest and comes into the middle of the country where it is just exceptionally warm. the temperature trend has been pretty wild. we saw how warm it got over the weekend. yesterday was only 57. today about normal and then tomorrow it really starts warming up into the 70s. thursday should be the warmest of all. high thin clouds. there's no rain. a few drops in michigan. that's about it until you get to south dakota. here is the future cast hour by
hour as we go through the night tonight and into the day tomorrow and even into thursday we are dry at least into thursday morning's rush. thursday into the afternoon the rain is starting to show up on the radar. pretty far away it will allow us to warm up into the 70s, near 80 degrees. we'll update those forecasts later on this afternoon. by late in the day and at night there's that line of showers, maybe thunderstorms coming with the cold front. so the temperature will drop a lot behind the front just like it did on sunday. at the moment we are not anticipating the kind of storminess we had on sunday. it is at least a possibility of some showers and storms. then the drier air comes in for thursday night and sets us up for a keerl dcooler day on frid. we have a 45 degree low.
nowhere near as cool as it was this morning. up to 72 in redding. that's one of the cool spots. so just about every part of the area will be getting into the 70s tomorrow afternoon. nobody will be as cool tomorrow morning as they were this morning. there is the 73 for wednesday. it is 76 possibly close to 80 in some spots on thursday. the showers come late in the day and into the evening hours. we see the significant drop for friday. temperatures fairly close to average. the heart walk saturday morning. we turn our clocks back saturday night and right now election day is looking pretty nice. a fair amount of sunshine. we'll be right back.
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