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we begin with breaking news this morning, it is what everyone has been waiting for. septa and the transit workers union reach a tent tiff deal to end the strike. and that's welcome news for the nearly 1 million commuters who rely on septa. >> "eyewitness news" reporter trang do broke the news on twitter outside, frank, what do you know? >> reporter: jim, rahel, we learned this tentative deal had been reached, just after 3:00 this morning. and though we don't know the terms of the deal at this point, we're told the deal will be official once septa management as well as union leader sign off it, so hit little bit after snafu, though, here is video of a pour outage downtown where the talks had been ongoing. it sets both sides back to their respective offices.
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negotiations did continue, with tent tiff deal struck overnight. now, last night, twu local 234 president willie brown told us that both sides were very close to an agreement, that it was all coming down to language. and this morning, he we were able to briefly speak to septa chairman, and here's what he had to say. >> i think we'll be okay. >> an agreement in principal. everything will be fine once we sign everything, okay? >> now, both septa and the union had been preparing for, court hearing this morning, after both septa and the city of philadelphia found injunctions to ends this strike. even temporarily, just for the reelection, but with the news that appears to be unnecessary. now, septa will still need some time to get fully operational. they estimate about 16 hours with the first services up and running between four and six hours after this deal is signed, but we will stay here, bring you the very latest, as soon as we get it.
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for now live in northern liberties, trang do, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> all right, frank, good news there. >> exactly. stay with "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage of the tentative deal to ends the septa strike. north report is coming up in our next hour, we always have updates on our website cbsphilly.com. and the cbs local app. turning to weather probably need a jacket or at least a sweater headed out this morning. >> that's true, katie fehlinger in the weather center. feeling very frost think morning. >> yes, there is in fact a frost advisory posted for two of the area counties, delco, down into new castle county it, lasts us the next couple of hours here, so chilly start, very calm and collected start to the day, very light wind, and the chill in the air certainly to allow the frost to form. now, at this time of year, as soon as you have your first frost, any of these advisories snot going into effect. not like you're not going to see frost everywhere else, especially the further north you go. it is a running theme, you have already had your first hard freeze of the season. so as a result, you will stop
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seeing these advisories take effect. this is the transition part of the year. so when the advisories come out of course we want to let you know, that said, storm scan nice and quiet. even the satelite over top of this, barely cloud in that sky. most of it is zero out over the open water locally. temperatures as they stand are chilly, low 40's, 30's, orr even 20's, depending on location, cold start means only rebound so far from here. i do expect very quiet and very nice day. it is a stretch of cool with temperatures at best upper 50's at best this afternoon, how much, nice little warming trends coming our way. more than anything, a other coaster ride of thermometer readings that we will see in the days ahead. much more on detail of that, when we warm up, and how the rest of the forecast pans out later in the show. meisha, over to you. >> warming trends, we like that, katie. thank you so much. morning, everyone, happy monday. right now, we are looking outside at the vine. keep a close eye on this, we just heard about the septa strike. they may be coming to a deal. so fingers crossed on that.
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what we're looking at vine in particular, it heats up very quickly in the morning, especially will on a monday morning, right now, westbound and eastbound side, both local and expressway, looking good on the vine so far. still looking pretty quiet, some will start to heat up. similar story, ben franklin bridge gets busy on the vine. keep an eye on the ben franklin bridge. again, looking quiet, schuylkill, taillights moving in the eastbound direction at montgomery, looking great there. now weeks have construction northeast extension southbound between the lehigh valley and quakertown, plus, delaware, 95 northbound between crease tianah, right lane blocked, should be lifting around 5:00 a.m. great news. reminder the only running service septa regional rails right now, we will of course update as we progress through the morning. use uber or any other means of transportation. one more thing actually, plenty of traffic around old city for hillary clinton's rally tomorrow, you guys, starting 10:00 this morning, market street will be closed from fourth to seventh street,
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fifth street will be closed between arch and market and sixth street will also be shutdown from arch to chestnut. so again, use alternate routes. we know it can quickly become gridlock in that part, jim, back to you. >> busy evening in sold city f can you believe it now just one day away from election day. alleluhia. pennsylvania's front and center in the final stretch of the campaign 2016. hillary clinton will be back in philadelphia this evening, as you just mentioned, donald trump is stomping in scranton late this afternoon. now, while campaigning last night, near pittsburgh, the republican nominee resumed blasting the fbi. earlier had fawn no criminal charges over clinton over e miles while secretary of state. >> hillary clinton is guilty, he knows it, the fbi knows it, so the people, the people know it. and now it is up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballots. >> the clinton made two
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unannounced stops in philadelphia, one was at the cedar park cafe, the other was at the mt. airy church. god and christ where she said the election is about more than the individual candidates. >> our names may be on the ballot, but make no mistake, everything you care about, everything i care about, and i have worked for is at steak. >> now, tonight clinton holds one final rally again this one will be on independence mall, the clinton's family, president and mrs. obama, bruce springsteen and jon bon jovi will be joining her. and after you head home from the polls tomorrow night remember to tune to -- turn to "eyewitness news", for result of the presidential race, we'll have you covered for the u.s. senate race in pennsylvanian all of the local races in our tri-state area. >> voters have some big decisions to make and not all of them recover around politicians. new jersey will decide you had
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whether casinos should exist outside of atlantic city. for the first time since the state legalized gambling, people will vote on plan tomorrow to have two new casinos closer to new york city, though have the revenue loss of casinos in pennsylvanian new york. pitiful of passes forces police officer to fire his gun. officer was responding to disturbance call in philadelphia's frankford section last night, when a person inside the home opened the door and apparently a dog ran out. the pill bull lunged for the officer ' leg, after brief struggle the officer fired the gun striking the dog. medrick called out to the scene but appears no one was hurt. >> this morning, woman is in the hospital after an explosion at a pumpkin launching contest in delaware. police say she and a man were hurt yesterday afternoon at the pumpkin hundred kin contest in bridge ville, police say part of a air cannon exploded, after launching a pumpkin. one of the parts hit the woman in the head. she was taken to the hospital
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and is list in the critical condition at last check. the man was also hurt in the accident. we do not yet know what caused the issue with that cannon. well, veterans day is this friday. >> but it is never too early to celebrate the men and women who served our country. >> ♪ >> philadelphia's secretary annual veterans parade wrapped up independence mall, where thousands honored service members from across our region, some veterans and their loved ones told us why the celebration means so much to them. >> many, many others made great sacrifices to our country, but the only thing is they weren't appreciated when they came home. >> but now thanks for the service, and it is beyond words. >> for the first time this year's parade also included a festival along market street. well, we are continuing to follow breaking news, septa
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donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves!
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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!" >> welcome back, we're continuing to follow breaking news this morning, septa and the transit workers union have reached attentive deal to end the week-long strike. now, that deal has not yet officially been signed. so the strike is still not over. but once the strike ends, the first services would be back in about four to six hours. full service would return in about 16 hours. we have continuing coverage
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coming up in our next hour. >> meanwhile, in other news, the peach county sheriff's offers in georgia mourning right now after one of their own was shot and killed. it happened yesterday afternoon in byron. that's outside of macon. georgia bureau of investigations says two deputies were called for a dispute between neighbors. when they arrived, a man opened fire on them. sergeant patrick it, and deputy darryl smallwood were hit. one died of his injuries, smallwood taken to the hospital in critical condition. suspect was also shot, but his condition is not known. >> earthquake rattled oklahoma the magnitude five quake rumbled at 7:44, central time last night, near one of the worlds' key oil hubs, forceful enough to rattle the entire state and rattle buildings, east of oklahoma sit. they call themself pipeline crossroads of the worlds. >> i felt it all shaking, my aunt grabbed my cousin, we ran
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outside. then the after shakes were just crazy, just like -- >> and while there has have been some structural damage in the area few gas leaks, no serious injuries. oak home as had a had thousands of earthquakes in recent years, nearly all trails dollars to the underground of ways water left over from oil and gas production. >> closer to home, 46 annual new york city marathon was a historical one. >> right. the youngest male winner was crouds yesterday and the same woman won for the thirds straight time. finished the race in two hours seven minutes 51 seconds. the 20 year old, just 20 years old, third best best time in american history, 34 year old mary from kenya dominated woman's race clocking in at two hours 24 minutes 26 seconds. more than 50,000 people ran in the race. >> incredible feeling, really happy i was able to hang on, as tough as it was. a lot of people are hurting
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just like i am. so, you know, it was great to finish. >> and the race takes racers through the borrows of staten island, through central park and manhattan. >> every time the new york marathon, philadelphia marathon, avenue loft friends that run, i really think i should join them as i am sitting on the side line eating a paying well cream cheese, ya, run faster, ya, maybe next year. >> i've done a marathon and half marathon, and my half marathon, i mean -- >> but did you it. >> i suppose i can check that off the bucket list, but i feel like i'm good now. they're tough, though. >> my goodness. perfect running wet inch. >> deed. >> it was perfect, 50's, low 60s, many spots, we will keep the theme going today little chilly outside granted but very quiet. can barely finds a cloud on storm scan. will stay that way throughout the day. crisp fall day, bright
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sunshine for you, good stuff. high pressure will hold tough for today as well as tomorrow. we eventually see cold front cross through here comes, could bring with it shower maybe two, could be under done, but regardless shower is in the forecast, maybe one or two of them, throughout the day wednesday, then it clears out, high pressure regains control. so what that basically means election day looking fabulous, today looking fabulous, 57 degrees, in the sunshine, with very modest breeze, if any, you will likely not even notice it, and now we stay nice and clear and chilly with the sunset, at 4:52 in the afternoon. guys, so it will be an early sunset for the next couple of weeks until we gather some more daylight. which is going -- and meanwhile overlooking the seven day forecast, go up and down here, some 50th's, six's, hands full of 40's, so series of minor cold fronts crossing through, to bring us that evan flow, meisha, over to you. >> thank you so much. and good morning, everyone. just a heads up, expect plenty of traffic around old city,
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you guys, i'm going to back out of here so you can see this. hillary clinton's rally, starting at 10:00 this morning, market street will be closed from fourth to seventh street, fifth between market, and sixth street will also be shutdown from arch to chestnut. so heads up on that. we know how quickly this area can become gridlock, and with this in place, plus the septa strike, still in place, as well, this is really good slow down, heads up on that. now we switch gears. live look outside, overturned vehicle was blocking the far right lane. see it is now pushed all the way off to the far right shoulder. southbound boulevard at hunting park avenue, heads up on this. this is one of the areas as well that can get very busy, especially monday morning. vine also, just tack being this, keeping our eye on the vine so far this morning. you are actually looking pretty good. it is not closed for overnight construction, good news, and construction delaware northbound between christianna, right lane blocked until right around
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5:00 a.m. back to you. >> we are continuing to follow breaking news this morning. septa and the transit workers union reach attentive deal. >> now, both sides have yet to sign off on the deal. after they do, it is to still takes a few hours to get service up and running again with full service running in about 16 hours. nonetheless, this is very promising news, and continuing coverage in our next hour.
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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.
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you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. good morning, just joining us, breaking news septa and transit workers union have reached tentative deal to end the week long strike. now that deal not officially signed yet, strike still not over. trang do broke the news on twitter lan have live report coming up in just a few minute. >> meanwhile, the time now 4:49. time for check on business news. >> money watch's jill wagner joins us live this morning from the new york stock exchange, jill, good morning, so we could be in for a so-called relief rally today.
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what's behind that? >> yes, stock futures are soaring on word fbi finished its review on finished review of emails and stand on it decision not to file criminal charges. uncertainty about the election has sent stocks on longest losing streak since 1980. futures now pointing to a b 250-point increase for the dow when the market opens in a few hours, jim, rahel. >> good to hear. jim, speaking of the elections, one company wants to make sure everyone can get to the polls? >> reporter: yes, you need a ride tomorrow, zipcar offering its members free access, more than 7,000 carson election night. you could sign up on zipcar's website or app. the car sharing company says it wants is to encourage people to cast their vote. aoun err and lyft as well will have some discounts for people who need a lift to the polls. jim, rahel. >> i love that, no excuse not to vote tomorrow. >> exactly, thank up, jill. we'll check in with you in the next hour.
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meanwhile, ballot selfies in pennsylvania. you know, it is attributing i issue. >> we'll tell you the reason, plus you're election day forecast. >> guys, looking lying pretty nice election day forecast, there is little bit of roller coaster ride that mother nature sends us on the days ahead. so we'll walk you through what days are warmer, what days are keel, any wet weather in the forecast, and i will i approve this message. 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!"
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at a neighborhoods a restaurafavorite - 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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♪ ♪ >> welcome back, everybody, there is something about this song, i just love our "eyewitness news" this morning theme song t just always puts you in such a good mood. am i right, guys? have your cup of coffee ready to go, sun will shine today, beautiful view right now, obviously, a moon-less sky over looking center city. but, eventually that sun will rise, we will get absolutely gorgeous sunrise to go along with it, so here as to the sunrise indeed from our house band kicking sunrise.
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looking ahead to really nice weather. overall for the next couple of days, there will be couple of cold front passages that come along with it, for now, no worries in that regard. see frost, hard freeze in some spots, even this morning, frost advisory is posted for delco, and new castle county, specifically, but everybody else, you know, doesn't mean that you're devoid of any, just already had your first hard freeze. year. tranquil, the wind also nice and calm in most locations, and as this is going to be nice bright sunny day, cool and crisp early november day, as well, 57 the highment look at the bump we get come tomorrow. election day's forecast looks absolutely gorgeous, 66 on november 8th, not bad. in full sunshine no less. come wednesday, expect shower or two, perhaps, as our next cold front does cross, that will keep the temperature back to upper ooh at best, we will see slow decline over the course of friday and the upcoming weekend, as well, meisha, over to you. >> being lou being good. katie, thank you so much. good morning, everyone, happy monday. so, going right outside.
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you can see on roadways right now, we have a problem. accident over here, overturned vehicle, southbound boulevard, hunting park avenue, past ninth street. it was blocking the right lane. now it has been pulled all the way off to the right shoulder. not causing too many slow downs yet. but we know that it is absolutely going to be another very, very busy travel day, especially on a monday, give yourselves extra time in that area, also here, as well. ninety-five headlight moving in the southbound direction past the betsy ross bridge. you can see, how much this area and interstate 95 pushing in the southbound direction, tapping into the 5:00 hour yet, already looking pretty busy considering the time that we're working with right now. construction out there, as well, north east extension between quaker ton and lansdale, left lane block, and in delaware 95 northbound we christianna, root lane block until 5:00 a.m. jim, rahel, back to you. >> thank you, meisha headed out the door stay updated when katie's for cats on our sister station "kyw news radio" so 6o also, while there are no laws in pennsylvania forbidding ballot selfies, there aren't laws allowing them either. if the election has been
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stressing you out, try to keep your normal routine on election day to help relax, kyw movie critic on the box office, doctor strange. check in two, three, four times a day "kyw news radio" 1060 on your a.m. dial. >> well, in the next hour of cbs-3 "eyewitness news", the latest on our breaking news, attentive septa deal. >> plus, governor chris christie react to the bridgegate scandal. we'll tell you part of his conversation with charlie rose. >> and suspect in custody after a wild police chase in california. we'll show you the moment it ends, we're back at the top of the hour. stay with us.
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good morning, more on our breaking news, if you are just waking up, there is attentive agreement to end the seven-day long septa strike. we expect a press conference within the next few minutes, plus, we're live with details on when service could resume. it is the final push in the final hours of the presidential campaign. and the fbi adds another wrinkle. i'm craig boswell with the latest on the race for the white house. and we're following a developing story at this hour. we just got word janet reno has passed away. more on the passing of the first female u.s. attorney general? just a moment. >> well, today is monday, november 7th, it is indeed a good morning, everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. katie and meisha keeping an eye on things this morning, meisha, hopefully good news in the traffic center? >> so many people crossing their fingers, it has been a week every crazy last week this week will be busy as well if they don't come to an agreement. so all hoping, more on that coming up in a little bit. >> once more the weather is
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quiet. >> really has. it has very, very tranquil weather even despite couple of cold front passages we'll see this week, they do their job, cooling things down, but don't really bring any major weather concerns. so, hey, this is good stuff right here. storm scan, nice and tranquil, empty as can be, so under clear skies, temperatures have dropped off readily as they tends to do. but because that far, we have frost advisory to tell you about, specific to delaware and new castle new castle count. doesn't mean two count list see frost or hard freeze develop this morning, it simply means these are the count that's have yet to see the first hard freeze of the year, so you don't see the need for any freeze or frost warnings or advisories, to go in effect anywhere else at this point. once again, first one, pretty much stop issuing them, low temperatures mid 30's here at worse. make sure your pets are inside, sensitive vegetation, maybe has been covered up, bring it inside, before the sun comes up, our temperatures currently generally either in the mid or upper 30's, or down into the 20's, or in the

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