Day 5 of Septa strike: Still no deal

Talks are expected to resume today at the Sheraton downtown -- day 5 of the septa strike that has inconvenienced 400,000 riders.

Last night, a judge ruled against septa's request for an injunction that would force 5,000 bus, subway and trolley operators back to work.

Septa officials pushed for legal action, saying that the strike was causing an immediate danger to the safety and welfare of the riders. A judge said their case wasn't strong enough. Both sides will be back in court on Monday.