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to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. suffering on septa. riders pleading for the strike to come to an end. where the negotiations stand right now. help for douglas. criminals target a 5-year-old boy with special needs. what they did and how you could make things right. and change of heart.
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nbc10 finds out if you're really allowed to switch your vote after you've already cast your ballot. >> announcer: nbc10 news starts now. when will it end? that's the question commuters are asking tonight after the septa strike leads to another day of misery and chaos. good evening. i'm jacqueline london. >> and i'm jim rosenfield. the good news here is that septa and the union are talking. the bad news, they don't have a deal yet. >> tonight we have live team coverage of the strike and the impact. we begin with nbc10's brandon hudson live in center city where the two sides are negotiating right now. brandon. >> reporter: well, jacqueline and jim, those negotiations are going on in a room upstairs here at the hotel. in the last ten minutes, i just got a statement from septa. it just came into my phone. i'm going to take a look at it and bring you what they have to say right after this story. another day of the septa strike, another day of headaches for
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septa region rail passengers. >> it takes me about 15 to 20 minutes to get to work. today it took me two and a half hours. >> reporter: a large crowd packed the regional rail concourse. some still haven't adjusted to the chaos. >> right now i don't even know where i'm going. getting ready to ask someone. >> reporter: cell phone video shows seemingly never ending lines of people snaked around corners. adding to the frustrations, a massive delay at the angora station where a train hit and killed a person, shutting down inbound and outbound service on the media elwin line at one point this evening. most onboard passengers left on a shuttle. we spoke to a man who questions if a worker strike is worth it. >> d.c. doesn't have this problem. new york doesn't have this problem. we allow our unions to have so much power and control that it shuts our city down. >> reporter: as the work stoppage over better health care and pensions continues to take a toll, congressman bob brady met
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with both sides in center city. >> you got to get in there and score. >> i wish they would do that with their service on an ongoing basis. >> reporter: as i said, we got a statement in from septa in the last ten minutes. i can bring you a quick quote from that. it says, quote, on several occasions, this week septa negotiations believed progress tort a deal had been made. however, after positive turns, the local union has brought the negotiations to a halt. at the direction of septa boorksd the authority has addressed these negotiations with the utmost urgency from the start. septa's negotiating team has bargained in good faith with the union, presented fair offers, and quickly and thoughtfully responded to all proposals. we'll continue to stay here as negotiations happen. it could end tonight. it could go into tomorrow morning. regardless, nbc10 will be here. reporting life in center city, brandon hudson, nbc10 news. >> as you heard from brandon's statement, there is no deal yet,
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but we already know who the winners and losers are. >> let's see. there's lyft, uber, taxis and parking garages all coming out ahead. but commuters, students, sports fans, and some business owners are all taking an l. >> denise nakano is live at the wells fargo center where the flyers play tonight and the fans had to find another way to get to the game. >> reporter: that's right. fans just leaving the game. it just ended. they're always encouraged to take public transportation, but that wasn't an option tonight. they faced some traffic headaches and some say there was even more at stake for them. manuel diaz depends on a steady stream of customers from the all new transportation center to keep his two decades old newsstand in business. >> this is my life, so i don't have another one to survive. >> reporter: with septa on strike, he's pulling in only 50 bucks a day when he normally makes closer to $700. it's not enough to feed his family and pay the bills. >> this is a situation that i pray for god. >> reporter: on the opposite
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corner -- >> it's basically crippling us. >> reporter: the philly pretzel factory hasn't been making many presenceles. >> i'm baking once an hour. >> reporter: business has dropped off by 75% at the end of the strike's second day. septa passengers say they're stunned by the silence. >> it's just empty, like dead. ain't nobody around. >> reporter: the impact of the septa strike from food to the flyers, and fans who normally ride the bus or subway face traffic and frustration getting to the game. >> take an uber, bumming off friends. >> trafic was horrendous. you go one way, you're bumper to bumper. >> reporter: the flyers got a win in overtime tonight. many out here i spoke to say it will be a win once the strike is over. reporting live in south philly, i'm denise nakano. >> well, don't leave home without our septa survival guide. you'll also find information on alternative transit services, special deals and contingency
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plans. it's free on our nbc10 app. eagles wide receiver josh huff is apologizing tonight after he was caught with a gun during a traffic stop. huff is facing drugs and weapons charges after he was pulled over for speeding on the jersey side of the walt whitman bridge yesterday. huff admitted to police he had marijuana and a handgun in the car along with a magazine of hollow point bullets. we asked why he was armed. >> i mean i'm a professional athlete. what professional athlete don't have a gun? i have a wife and i have a son, and my job is to protect them at all costs. my yob is to protect myself as well. >> reporter: huff is licensed to carry in texas but not in new jersey where he lives. he isn't being punished by the eagles for now and plans to play sunday. to decision 2016 now as donald trump makes hi final push for pennsylvania, his campaign is sending melania to our region. >> she'll campaign in chester
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county. she'll be pushing for people to get out and vote. this will be her first major public speech since the republican national convention this summer. also today one of trump's daughters, tiffany trump, made several campaign stops around our area. the recent penn grad came to philadelphia this morning. hillary clinton's campaign isn't giving up pennsylvania without a fight and it's getting some celebrity help. >> anne hathaway made four stops in our area today in support of clinton. and she's not the only star coming to town. ♪ you can feel it all over >> remember when stevie wonder had a concert at city hall last year? well, he's returning to philly this friday. this time he's olding a get out the vote performance for clinton much it's happening at coda. ♪ on saturday, katy perry is back. she and hillary clinton are hosting a show at themann center
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in west philly. as you might recall, perry sang during the dnc at the wells fargo center this summer. why all the attention on the philly area? it's because voters here could decide the election. take a look. we're going to show you the nbc news battleground map. clinton and trump need 270 electoral votes to win, and right now we're estimating clinton with 274. that's enough for victory but barely and it's assuming she holds on to pennsylvania. a new monmouth university poll has trump gaining steam in the keystone state. clinton leading 48% to 44% for trump, and her lead was ten points just last month. tonight, hillary clinton is fighting for another battleground state, nevada. she spoke at a rally in las vegas and challenged attendees to imagine a trump presidency. >> imagine with me what it would be like to have donald trump sitting in the oval office come next january.
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someone who demeans women, mocks the disabled, insults latinos and african-americans. what would it be like to have that person? >> clinton also told supporters they have six days now to convince as many people as they can to get out and vote. >> stay on point, donald. stay on point. no sidetracks, donald. nice and easy. >> donald trump there reminding himself out loud to stay on topic tonight as he rallied in pensacola. he spoke at three rallies across the swing state of florida today. trump sparked controversy yesterday after claiming you can change your vote in pennsylvania if you have buyer's remorse. now, we checked with state officials and found out that's partially true. those who voted via absentee ballot can show up and vote in person on election day. their absentee ballot will then be voided. some counties do allow for voters to request a second
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absentee ballot, but that deadlidead liep has passed. trump raised the issue at a rally in wisconsin last night. >> so if you live here in michigan or pennsylvania or minnesota, those four places, you can change your vote to donald trump. we'll make america great again, okay? >> six other states including new york also have similar vote-changing rules. election officials say it is important to note you cannot have your absentee ballot returned to you. an nbc10 exclusive. a 5-year-old boy with special needs becomes a victim of criminals. what they did to him and why his family needs your help. bill cosby in court. why the comedian says a disability should keep him from going to trial. and you know someone who spends all day playing video games? how it could help him or her hit the jackpot, literally.
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sheena. zpa warmer day in the forecast tomorrow. but i'm also tracking some rain for part of your thursday. i'll show you the timing on that and a much cooler weekend coming up next. i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig...
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lawyers for bill cosby now say he can't defend himself because he's blind. they returned to court today trying to get his case tossed out. the famed comedian's attorneys say he won't be able to aid his own lawyers. they also claim cosby's prosecution only came after district attorney kevin steele recycled an old case and vilified the actor in a campaign ad. cosby is accused of sexually assaulting a former temple university employee. now to an nbc10 exclusive. a medical walker stolen from a 5-year-old boy with special needs. >> a philadelphia family is desperate to recover it. tonight they contacted us, and nbc10's keith jones answered their call. >> this is my usual routine. >> reporter: on monday morning -- >> i brought down my son's walker to get ready for the bus.
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placed it right there. >> reporter: the scene of the crime. >> leave it there. >> reporter: but the medical walker grew legs. how long did you leave this here? >> for a minute. >> reporter: that was it? >> that was all. >> reporter: she went back inside to get her son. meet 5-year-old douglas jr., now a victim in this story. >> hi. >> reporter: he's using a walker his family borrowed from his school. it actually looks similar but the one that was stolen was specially fit. imagine when mom returned to the curb and couldn't find it. here's some background for you. the specially fitted medical walker, it's about ten pounds, not to mention worth hundreds, if not thousands of dollars. a cost they can't afford. >> i was in shock. i couldn't believe it. that someone would take my child's walker,. >> reporter: he has a rare disease that affects douglas' energy and weakens his leg muscles. he was diagnosed in february,
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which was when he was specially measured for his walker. >> hopefully somebody saw something unusual on monday and would like to return it and do the right thing. >> reporter: which would be to call police. do you like this? >> yeah. >> reporter: douglas would like it more if it was his comfortable walker. >> it's hard to believe that someone would take a child's walker as special needs. >> reporter: reporting in the lawndale section of philadelphia, keith jones, nbc10 news. >> so hard to believe anyone would do that. hopefully somebody will see this and then return it. >> help out that family, yeah. >> just awful. now back to our top story, the septa strike. >> that has people all over our area trying to get around the commuter chaos. so we decided to help. tim furlong shows you how to get a lift with nbc10. >> reporter: getting around philly right now -- >> grid elect out here. >> reporter: it's not easy with the septa strike but we're trying to help. we asked viewers on facebook if anyone needed a ride home for work. this woman did today. her walk to ask from work in
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center city would have taken about an hour. >> it's about 40 minutes. >> it's a tough walk, and the weather's been good. >> yeah, for now. >> so we hired mina from lyft. we had snacks. we talked about the way the strikes is affecting real people. that includes lyft drivers. >> demand is crazy. i think the biggest part is you know you're helping someone. people are very grateful when they get in your car finally. very grateful. >> reporter: and we're not done helping folks just yet. we're going to offer some viewers a ride home on lyft every single day until the strike ends. >> it was really nice. definitely unexpected but very thankful. >> reporter: go to the nbc10 facebook page and tell us about your commute. if the timing works out, maybe we can get you a free faster ride home during the strike. i'm tim furlong, nbc10 news. and we have more ways to help you during the strike. >> nbc10 is starting early tomorrow morning with traffic updates to help steer you around the chaos. tune into nbc10 news today starting at 4:00 a.m. some people are walking to
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work because of the strike. >> and maybe they should bring an umbrella tomorrow, sheena. >> i think you'll need the umbrella in the afternoon. so if the septa strike is affecting you and you'll be walking or maybe biking tomorrow, in the morning we'll be dry. but in the afternoon, we have some showers rolling through. so you will want the umbrella. morning temperatures by 7:00 a.m. around the philadelphia area, mid-50s, by lunchtime we're back in the 70s. we could make it into the mid-to-upper 70s, but by 5:00 p.m. expect some showers to be around. temperatures cooling down by then in the upper 60s. some areas tomorrow could near 80 degrees. now, most of the area again dry for the morning, but showers in the afternoon. you'll need your umbrella later in the day. and once that rain clears, it's all part of a cold front. we're going to cool down big time as we go into your friday and stay chilly as we go through your weekend. here's what's happening with temperatures. normal high this time of year, 61 degrees. we've been below that to start the week. today we got to 70. tomorrow, 76. look at the drop going into friday. from 76 to 59 degrees.
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it's going to be a huge difference as we go through the next couple of days. so just make sure you have the umbrella tomorrow and then the coat as we go intot end of the week. so locally we're still dry. no rain moving in right now. the closest rain is moving towards ohio, and that will be here again later in the day tomorrow. so your neighborhood high temperatures with that afternoon rain chance, fairmount, 76. reading and allentown could only be in the upper 60s because the rain is going to get there first. we'll see that earlier rain cooling things down first. voorhees township could get to 78 degrees. in delaware, we could see an 80. can't rule out the chance of a thunderstorm, but it looks pretty spotty at this point. 11:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, clouds increasing but most of the area should still be dry. there's that warm air still in place. now we're looking at 2:30. so it doesn't look like anything too impressive. i think we'll see some scattered
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showers in the afternoon. can't again rule out a thunderstorm. by 6:00 p.m., mostly new jersey and delaware seeing some of that spotty rain. clearing tomorrow night. clearing for friday and also chilly. temperatures really dropping for friday and going into the weekend. so your saturday and sunday, right around 60 degrees for saturday. 59 as we go into sunday, but noise and dry across the weekend. then we go into next week. election day looks dry. low 60s. also don't forget this weekend we have the heart walk on saturday. looks good for that. just cold in the morning. a morning low of 38 degrees. set your clocks back one hour sunday morning. we fall back, and next week mostly in the 60s. stay tuned. we'll be right back. she ate like a pig. trump has said and done... you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and republican brian fitzpatrick supported trump.
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when government bureaucrats refused to approve a cancer vaccine equally for both girls and boys, i stepped in to change that rule. when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message. a new jersey school district being forced to close on election day. more than 300 teachers with washington township public schools signed letters saying they would not be coming to work
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next tuesday. they say they're exercising their right to observe the public holiday. the school superintendent says he won't have enough staff members to keep schools open. classes will still take place on monday. well, you can now gamble on your video game skills in atlantic city. >> a first of its kind machine was unveiled today. harrah's caesars and balis became the first in the nation to have skill based video games. the game will pay out money. the goal is to lure more millennials to casinos. sports is next. i approve this message.
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donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!" no warning, no hearing. it's a lending practice sorcing outrageous, most states banned it. but at the bank founded by pat toomey it was business as usual. forcing small business owners out of their homes.
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toomey even used his power in the senate to help himself, voting to gut rules that protect us and crack down on big banks. pat toomey. out for himself, not us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. pwhen i come home and dinner'sry 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.
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do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. in pennsylvania, a packet of heroin can be cheaper than a six-pack of beer and prescription painkillers are too easy to get. as the head of the pennsylvania commission on crime, i've helped local communities fund drug treatment programs to save our kids. i'm josh shapiro, and as attorney general, i'll crack down on the drug dealers and stop the overprescribing of opioid painkillers. i'm proud to be endorsed by law enforcement organizations representing 14,000 police officers. this is a fight we can't afford to lose. >> announcer: this is sports desk, brought to you by xfinity. x1 from xfinity will change the way you experience tv.
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hey, good to see you. i'm danny pommells. today the question for the eagles after practice mostly centered around josh huff's arrest yid when he was pulled over with a loaded gun and marijuana in his car. here's huff at practice today. doug pederson said until he hears something from the league, he expects that huff will play sunday at metlife stadium against the giants. doug pederson was also asked today about how he handles his players in situations like this. >> it's like you're the father of your house, and you just got to keep talking to your -- you know, to your siblings and just keep talking to your kids and just keep reiterating the importance of who you represent, what you represent, your families, the philadelphia eagles and you got to make smart choices. >> tonight here in south philly, flyers on home ice, looking for that second straight win. we're tied at two. oh, boy, red wings take a 3-2 lead. just over a minute to go, flyers
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looking for the tie. ties the game. the goal will be reviewed and upheld. we go to overtime. into extra sessions, detroit looks to have something going. remember, this is three-on-three hockey, but they can't connect on this cross-ice pass. the flyers go the other way. vor cek, pretty stuff here as he ends it. flyers win 4-3 overtime and have won two street. to the sixers. joel embiid played last night, didn't play tonight. but jahlil okafor played in a limited role. still looking to crack that win column. dario drains a trifecta. second quarter, okafor can't get it to go, but the new guy cleans up. he had 14. we mentioned okafor's limited minutes. he scored 12 points in 24 minutes. far from enough, though. hornets beat the sixers, 109-93.
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that is your look at sports. i'm danny pommells. we'll be right back. i don't know what i said, ahh... who attributed a reporter's questions to her menstrual cycle. trump: blood coming out of her...wherever. he is not a person who is 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. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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priorities usa action is responsible does pat toomey speak for you? i also want to thank the nra for it's, uh, strong support for my campaign. pat toomey: he opposes an assault weapons ban and got an "a" rating from the nra. "i have had a perfect record with the nra." and on women's health?
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"i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion, and i would, i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey: does he really speak for you? majority forward is responsible for the content of this advertising. so the early part of the day is fret good tomorrow. >> we're going to warm up again. we're going to be dry for the morning commute. that's good for anyone dealing with the septa strike. so if you're walking to work, if you're maybe taking a bike, tomorrow morning we're expecting a dry morning commute. high temperatures, mid-to-upper 70s. we have some rain in the forecast tomorrow. it's mostly going to be in the afternoon. so bring your umbrella. showers look pretty scattered in nature. it doesn't look like anything severe, though.
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we'll be watching it through the afternoon. can't rule out the chance of a thunderstorm. cooling for friday. high of 59 over the weekend. we fall back this weekend, so we gain an hour of sleep. but now sunset will be an hour earlier. jim is shaking his head. he doesn't like it getting dark earlier. >> we don't like that. we love the sleep, but we don't like the darkness. >> me too. election day doesn't look bad, though. >> important. thank you. that's nbc10 news at 11:00. i'm jacqueline london. >> and i'm jim rosenfield. for sheena and all of us here, thanks so much for watching. "the tonight show" starring jimmy fallon is next. have a great night. join us tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- vince vaughn. patton oswalt.


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