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christie's right hand as our schools came under attack, critical services were underfunded, and our credit rating was downgraded...11 times. from the bridge to the beach, we've seen it all, and we've had enough. kim guadagno isn't the change we need. kim guadagno isn't of students fill a south
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philadelphia street and mourn two murdered teens. tierve -- five teens assault a pizza delivery man and police have released the video of the attack. >> a off duty new jersey trooper saves a man while he was out to lunch. >> let's go over to david murphy and karen rogers for your accuweather and traffic. >> reporter: good morning, everybody who has been waiting for the fall cool air. it's here. >> reporter: you were looking, two three degrees cooler than yesterday. >> reporter: in some cases as many as 10. the day before, ten to 20. overall 30 degrees cooler than two days ago. let's look at the weather center. we have cloud over off the coast with rain. more cloud cover to the west of us. we'll start out with sun and transition with more clouds. we'll have a sprinkle or shower
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that could filter through at times. that's not the order of the day. the big story is the temperatures that are cooler. 47 degrees in trenton. 40 in allentown. wouldn't are advised if we dip into the 30s in spots. reading, 43. 45 in wilmington. 44 in millville. the numbers will go down before they we turn around. noon, 55 degrees, we start to cloud up through a portion of the day. 3:00 p.m., 59. a high of about 60 this afternoon say 3:30 p.m., 4:00 p.m. we may get later-day sunshine and clearing later this evening. but temperatures at this point e to dip. on the bus stop we have cool temperatures. dress the kids warmly. 42 in the outlying suburbs. 45 at the bus stop. rain on sunday, the latest from accuweather coming up. >> reporter: all right, dave we
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had construction that was closing down the eastbound schuylkill expressway at the vine street expressway. it's open, no problems, crews return tonight by 9:00 p.m. they will be blocking a lane and 11:00 p.m. they will be shutting it down. overall construction on i-95 and the boulevard has cleared. traffic moving better. we had an accident in tinicum township, tinicum island road. all lanes reopen. an improving traffic situation. except for head house square because of the big fire second street is blocked and south street near third. you have the closures in head house square. burlington bristol bridge. traffic is moving better. overnight construction is cleared. live picture of the ben franklin bridge roads are dry, no problems with fog out there, a good start to the day, matt. thanks karen. two school communities are coming to grips with the murders of two teenagers in south
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philadelphia. detectives are urging anyone with security cameras in neighborhoods to take a look at the footage. katherine scott is live at police headquarters with the latest on the investigation and the tributes to the victims, katherine. >> reporter: matt, that's right, police are looking for surveillance footage, they are particularly interested around 7:00 p.m. tuesday evening from two block radius around 12th and ritner they want to know if anyone captured an image of a a person on a bike carrying a handgun. meanwhile, many grieve for the two teens. >> should not be for a child 16 years old. >> reporter: a massive crowd gathered at 12th and hit and rir where two chernlings were -- teenagers were shot and killed on tuesday evening. salvadore dinubile and caleer miller were only 16 years old. >> i knew sal and caleer. >> it's heartbreaking i knew
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sal my whole life. he was a great kid, no trouble or anything. >> reporter: police say the violence started as an argument between teenagers and ended with one shooter firing three bullets from a 45 caliber handgun. surveillance footage shows the panic after the shots were fired. sal was a student at saint joseph prep where he was a beloved member of the hockey team. >> walking through the hallway and seeing him smile. >> everybody knew him, when you he sue him walk up, everybody would say that's sal. >> reporter: caleer was a junior at the mastery school. caleer miller was active in his church and the ymca. >> caleer was respectful and we'll never know what he had in front of him because of the tragedy that has occurred. >> reporter: so if you have tips or surveillance footage, homicide detectives want to hear
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from you. live at police headquarters, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that. philadelphia police hope someone recognizes the five people responsible for assaulting a pizza delivery driver they are accused of teaming up on the victim to rob an hurt him before stealing his car. jeanette reyes is live outside southwest detectives with more on the attack. good morning, jennette. >> reporter: good morning, tam, the video is troubling to see in part because the suspects are so young raging from age 13 to 18. this morning police are hoping to make an arrest soon. >> reporter: the search is on this morning for five suspects after a pizza delivery driver was knocked unconscious at luk oil gas station on the 5700 block of baltimore avenue 11:00 p.m., october 20th. the 56-year-old victim was delivering a pizza not long after the five suspects appear look to be casing the case waiting on their victim.
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the man walks out and e and one of the suspects points a gun at his face. >> he see the gun an tries to getaway. he sue the young man with the gun and smacks him on the back of the head with the gun and knocks him out cold. >> one suspect jumps into the card and the other rummages through the pockets of the victim who is lying unconscious on the grounds. he is repupil -- recuperating at the hospital. >> he will remember stuff and say i'm tired, he jump back up and go back upstairs. it's like he is off balance. >> where are these kids getting these guns from, where are the kids teaching them the right behavior out there. >> reporter: the victim is recovering, he won't be back to work for a while. as far as suspects it is believed they live in the area. anyone with information to
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contact police. >> pennsylvania state house is expected to resume debate on the final plan that could solve the four month long budget crisis. they could extend casino gambling to truck stops and airports. it will allow $1.5 billion in borrowing and $140 million in tax hikes. tom wolf has not said whether he sports the plan. president trump is going to make an announcement about the opioid crisis. he promised to declare the opioid abuse national emergency. it could unlock resources to deal with the epidemic. he announced the plan as far as
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back as his campaign but yet to act on it. >> it's the deadline for the national archives to release the documents connected to the assassination of jfk. all the documents would need to be released win 25 years. the file is expected to include more than 3,000 documents never seen by the public. president trump said he has no lance to block the scheduled release of the documents. that's the only thing if the white house said hold on, right now it looks like the doubts will come out. >> it will take a long time to go through them all. you saw the pictures. boxes upon boxes of stuff. good luck. >> reporter: well i'm not expecting to be super-storm sandy shocked by this stuff. it's hard to keep a secret in this government for are a minute. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry taking a look outside, we have sky6 live hd, we're looking south from temple university at
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city hall. looks like we'll get sunshine early a mixture of clouds and sun for a while as we go through the middle of the day. 48 degrees in philadelphia. we have dipped in the upper 40s. winds out of the northwest adding to the chilly feel. future tracker 6 shows we'll have clear skies and sunshine early, but the clouds take over and we'll wind up with a clouds and sun mix. the model is showing sprinkles and showers popping through at times during the middle of the day. later in the afternoon and evening we clear out again, wouldn't be surprised to see late day sunshine returning. making us feel better. it's cooler today, breezy, 47 degrees by 8:00. 51 by 10:00. noon, in the upper 50s. 59. we're going for a high of 60 around 3:30 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 55. few you're doing a workout run this evening, you want to bundle up for that. 06 is the high in philadelphia.
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59 in trenton and allentown. 60 in trenton. 61 in wilmington. 62 along the boardwalk in atlantic city. cape may and millville. overnight tonight, it gets even chillier, 47 degrees by midnight. this is more or less the number profile cecily will have on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. tomorrow morning there are spots dipping into the upper 30s and in between these numbers we could go lower. the national weather service has frost advisories in effect. we had them a couple of weeks or so. they are calling for it again tonight. in southern atlantic county. northern bucks, chester county and points north and west all covered by that tonight, potted plants in. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 60 is today's high. breezy and chilly. tomorrow, sunny and seasonable. chilly to start out in the morning, better in the afternoon, 65. saturday if you have a kids football game to go to or
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something like that. 50 at 9:00 a.m. 70 degrees in the afternoon nice and warm. different story on sunday, 66, cloudy and rainy. eagles game looks wet, although models disagree is to whether or not you will be in the heart of the heaviest rain, monday, wind and cooler, 55. halloween, sunny and 59. >> we'll take it. new york city transit agency is going hitech and more convenient. see how they are replacing the well-known metro cars. american airlines responds after the naacp orders a warning about the company. >> looks like this momma bear is thinking about her cub's future in education. see how they tour a campus. >> reporter: i like that. business route 1, overnight construction is clear. we'll take you to plymouth
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meeting coming up next.
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>> fall is in the air, so clear and crisp on sky6 live hd looking at philadelphia international. it is 48 degrees on city avenue. >> karen, now it is time for the pumpkin spice latte. >> reporter: it is, now you're
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making me hungry, too. live outside plymouth meeting a good shot of the tolls. clear and dry no issues out there other than it being chilly. bucks county northeast extension northbound approaching quakertown we have construction blocking the left lane. cherry hill, there's no fuel available walt whitman service area. fuel up. 168 construction is blocking right lane until 6:00 a.m. we have an accident that cleared in egg harbor township on the ramp from the garden state parkway. construction is blocking a lane on the parkway southbound near route 30. looking at the temperatures, 43 degrees in quakertown. 44 in pottstown. chilly. 48 degrees in center city. the suburbs in new jersey, 46 in browns mills.
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43 in vineland. 47 in dover. it will be colder later tonight, so tomorrow morning bus stop make sure you have the coat on for sure. clouds and sunshine, high today of 60. a gusty breeze at times, tam. new video this morning an off duty new jersey state trooper saved a man choking on his male. the video was taken in north jersey on sunday. you see the man sitting at the table with a child he begins to show signs he wasn't able to breathe. the trooper notices and rubbles over, he cruised heimlich manuver allowing the man to breathe again. he will make a full recover. american airlines will talk to the naacp. they flagged american saying it has demonstrated racial discrimination at passengers for
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the last several months. the airline said they look forward to discussing the organization's concern. the noise heard by many in the tri-state area believe to be a sonic boom from the aircraft. u.s. geological service picked one up off new jersey. there was one off the delmarva peninsula that caused the same effect last year. we have called military officials, but they have not confirmed if it was one of their jets this time. >> it would be something if you were day dreaming and you see a black bear walking down the campus on tuesday. they are spotted near the cafeteria scrounging for food. >> two of our staff members hollered at them to stop.
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they turned around to look at them and said the bear is right behind you. needless to say, i jumped over the fence. >> by the time the authorities got there, the bears had wondered away. it's interesting school, but not for us, classes resumed the next day.
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steve sweeney's negative headlines keep piling up. why are south jerseyans so angry at sweeney? sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own. steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
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agency is phasing in a new payment system. passengers will be able to load money digitally and use their phones. people who do not have smart phones can purchase a card. >> hi. >> reporter: hi, everybody, how are you doing today.
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>> reporter: i'm not well. >> you look fine. >> reporter: okay, thank you. thanks for caring. exton, chester county sunrise boulevard. downed pole, principal son, mercer county is blocking 206 dave. >> reporter: on the big board we're chilly. 40 in allentown. 43 in reading. 47 in trenton. 52 degrees cooler this morning you want to bundle up as you head out. if you're dressing the kids you want to be warm on the bus stop. 55 by noon. 59 degrees by 3:00 p.m. i'm expecting a high of 60 to clock in at 4:00 p.m. we start to dip, 53 degrees by 7:00. notice how we cloud up a bit. there could be a sprinkle or light shower around during the afternoon. overnight tonight we're back in the 30s and 40s. it's going to be chilly there's a frost advisory overnight. firefighters extinguished a
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small grass fire near dodger stadium in the 8th inning of the world series. the houston astros edged out los angeles 7-6. it was the astro's first world series victory ever. the governors from the dueling states have entered into a friendly wager. jerry brown is offering wine from napa valley if l.a. uses. greg abbott is betting barbecue and beer. >> i say houston is going to win. >> who is your favorite player stringer, right? >> philadelphia fire department is honoring a beloved arson dog who is dieing. see how tesla is cruising its technology to help puerto
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everyone, live look at the base of city hall where they are getting ready for the winter garden at dilworth park. are you kidding me? it's coincide with chilly
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temperatures this morning. 48 degrees, getting up to 60 degrees feeling like fall. a truck driver in harrisburg lost control and crashed into a house. the person inned the house was -- the person inside the house was not hurt, but the driver was airlifted to the hospital. philadelphia arson dog chance is retiring. the black lab worked for the fire marshal office for 6 1/2 years or 45 dog years. chance's handler will continue to look after him. passengers flying to the u.s., american and foreign will deal with tighter security. we'll tell you the chance coming to airports overseas. tech giants are beefing up benefits in a big way doubling paid leave for new and recent
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6:00 a.m., thursday, october 26. here's what we're following on "action news." searching for a killer, hundreds gathered to remember two teenager murdered in south philadelphia as police turn to the community for help. >> breaking overnight, police in two states are investigating a shooting, a man and woman are shot in camden and end up across the river in philadelphia. >> grab the jacket this morning there's a fall chill in the air. >> in fact, david and karen people might be grabbing for the blanky and got getting out of bed. >> reporter: is it too late for us to do that. >> reporter: for you, but tomorrow it will be a


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