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this woman who posed as a home care nurse and stole from an elderly woman's house. a deadly airstrike that has hit a medical clinic as afghanistan forces try to keep the taliban at bay. officials say an anonymous threat surfaced online against a university near philadelphia. it was posted after the deadly shooting in oregon, david murphy is live in villanova now with more on the story. david. >> reporter: yeah, rick, whether it's a hoax or not, colleges and universities in the delaware valley are all taking this very seriously. so far this threat has had a huge impact on law enforcement and school communities like villanova university here. >> it's a scary environment. you can never prepare for that. >> reporter: the threat is nonspecific mentioning only a university near philadelphia. every college and university in
the area even the university of delaware have sent out warnings to students and staff to be alert. it is frightening for students and many appear to be skipping classes today. >> am i first class today it was usually around 35 kids in there, it was about ten kids. the classes were decimated and the normal coffee lines, everything is lower than usual. >> reporter: schools all over the delaware valley are afterring up security and turning to local police departments for help. radnor township police has extra officers on duty patrolling four college campuses including villanova, they take every threat seriously. this one stands out. >> what is amplifying this the thread is coming off the same social media website that is connected to the tragedy in oregon last week. >> reporter: the threat says october 35 at 1:00 p.m. central time a fellow robot will take up
arms near a philadelphia university. police and officials are urging students and staff to stay alert. >> it comes back to, if you see something say something. we're pressing people to monitor social media, if they pick up anything unusual it's a direct threat or indirect threat. >> reporter: the message was posted the day after the oregon massacre. as the time mentioned in the threat approaches about an hour and half from now. david henry, channel 6 "action news." >> we're working to get information about a shooting in chester that injured four people. police were called to the scene around 8:30 near the corner of 21st street and edgemont. three people were struck when
gunfire erupted. a child was cut by broken glass. police have not released any information on their conditions or anything about a potential suspect. if philadelphia, 36-year-old man was rushed to the hospital after he was shot in the thigh. it happened last night around 11:30 in the city's hunting park section. the man is in critical condition. the shooting is under investigation. >> from our delaware newsroom, wilmington police have identified the victim in this week's deadly it had the and run. 43-year-old robert worth was hit on the 500 block of maryland avenue saturday morning, he died at the hospital. 40-year-old sean russell was adler, he faces dui charges. philadelphia police want your help tracking down a burglary suspect who police say policied as a home healthcare nurse, the suspect was found wandering around a house in south philadelphia. somebody confronted and said she was a nurse sent by the
hospital. the home owner said she had never seen the supposed nurse before. the victim discovered all other jewelry was missing. anyone with information call philadelphia police. >> turning to the forecast, after a week full of wet weather we're in for calmer skies across the delaware valley. as we look live outside from sky6 live hd showing you the center city skyline, it's a nice afternoon out there. in addition to more sun we could see a slight warm up in the week, as well. karen rogers is outside on the terrace. hi, karen. >> reporter: the sunshine is back, the rain is gone, it's a little bit cool, i want to show you the numbers from this morning. we dipped to 41 that was the morning low in the poconos. 45 in allentown. 46 in reading. 51 in philadelphia. not as bad in the city. 47 in trenton and wilmington. barely out of the 40s in millville. 50 in millville.
52 in wildwood and atlantic city. waking up it was on the chilly side. we recovered pretty nicely. it's 59 in quakertown. 60 in warrington. 58 in coatsville. 59 in oxford, 61 in ken net square. saint davids, 62. suburbs of new jersey, 63 in browns mills. 60 in hammonton, 62 in cinnaminson. 61 in glassboro and woodbine. 69 degrees on the boardwalk in ac and gusty winds. satellite and radar is showing it's pretty out here, the clouds are breaking for sunshine we're dry and staying dry. we have coastal flood advisory, minor flooding continues along the back bays and the roads along the atlantic coast and the lower delaware bay we're watching that flooding with the persistent northeasterly flow. sunshine and clouds, breezy, not bad, 4:00 p.m., 67.
5:30, 66. 7:00 p.m., 63 degrees, decent conditions to travel around that's for sure, it gets better come tomorrow. details in the seven-day forecast coming up, sarah. all right, karen. fighting in afghanistan reached a boiling point over the weekend, afghanistan forces used airstrikes to force taliban ensurntle out he he -- insurgents out of the city of kunduz. the strike hit a medical facility killing patients and doctors. >> reporter: gates to the compound were locked, patients asleep in their beds, some of the most vulnerable on the operating table and then this, pure destruction at one of the biggest trauma hospitals in afghanistan. the united nations calling the airstrike tragic andn
inexcusable. >> afghanistan forces called in the airstrikes that destroyed the hospital. not americans. this is different from other reports which indicated that airstrike was threatened. >> the airstrike was called to eliminate taliban and several civilians were struck. >> the hospital is not the kind of target they would take out. >> beyond how any confusion -- >> reporter: secretary of defense ash carter called the situation confused and complicated adding they are still trying to find out what
happened. the pentagon has promised an investigation. afghans ordered the same. doctors without bodiers staff are leaving kunduz. >> back here family and friends are remembering the life and legacy of former naacp chapter president jerry mondesire who died over the weekend at the age of 65. last year he was suspended from that role of president for allegations of misuse of funds. mondesire played other important roles in the communities. he was public publishers of the sunday sun and founding member of the philadelphia association of black journalists. the president of pbaj remembered jerry saying he used the power of the pen and the bull horn to add vo indicate for those in philadelphia without a voice. another medical marijuana
dispensary opened in new jersey. the compassionate sciences treatment center opens in belmawr, camden county. four strains of pot will be available at $480 an outlines. it is off the interstate 295 creek road exit. today is the last day people can register to vote in the upcoming election. one senator is working hard to get the vote out. encouraging people to share information about registering using the #last day vote p-a. you can register online as long as you have a drivers license or penndot identification card. >> check the lottery tickets, one ticket sold in philadelphia is worth $2 million. the winning mega millions ticket was sold at the news stand near the corner of wolf and broadly.
it matched 4, 14, 29, 31, 47. it was bought with the mega plier option the value doubled to $2 million. the winner has one year to claim the prize. the new poll that shows slippage for hillary clinton and donald trump. a woman who was behind the calculated murder-for-higher plot, when "action news" comes right back.
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his support for traditional marriage during a meeting with the bishops. he referred to genesis he said this is god's dream for his creation. he told the bishops to be more merciful and accepting of families who are experiencing problems. this remarks came as gay rights activists are looking for more inclusiveness in the church. police are looking for a woman who had a murder for higher scheme. ryan owens has the story. >> reporter: she might be the most wanted woman in dallas, 33-year-old brenda delgotto who plotted the exclusion of her romantic rival. she seemingly a woman scorned.
her dermatologist ex-boyfriend seen in his facebook post with his new girlfriend the popular dentist she targeted. she stalked her x's new love even using her iphone to track her movements on the night she was shot to death in a dallas highrise last month. on friday police tracked down the alleged trigger man, # 1-year-old christopher love who detectives say still had the murder weapon with him. this morning else behind bars on capital multiplier charges just like crystal cortes who was arrested last month. she admits that's her behind the wheel and love got out and shot hatcher and cortes drove them away. >> it was a murder for higher. a crime so chilling police say the woman accused of master
minding it would only play the hit man five hundred dollars if he brought her hatchers drivers license as proof that the deal was done. >> new poll numbers show the race for the white house is getting closer for both parties. democratic frontrunner, hillary clinton holds a five point lead over bernie sanders with potential caucus goers in iowa. sanders is campaigning in the northeast. clinton opted for a different strategy making a guest appearance on saturday night live. >> what brings you here tonight. >> i needed to blow off in steam. ive had a hard couple of 22 years. clinton tweeted a vote for hillary is a vote for making fun of her for four more years on late front.
ben carson is in second with carly fiorina farther behind in third place. >> in just a moment eagles head coach chip kelly will discuss another brutal lost yesterday. they were 1-3 after a gut-wrenching let down in washington. bradford threw three touchdowns, and eagles fans were seeing the passing they expected, but the defense could not hold the lead and the eagles lost 23-20 on that play right there. bradford said the team is scrambling to figure out out a solution. >> we have to get it fixed. somehow we have to find out what the answer is. it would be great to play four quarters. >> penalties and kicking helped leave the eagles behind. demarco murray had 46 yards and 29 carries in three games. next up the saints on sunday at
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collar fakes on a hit-and-run story in an accident in delaware, the name of the victim has not been released and the police continue to seek the driver of the car involved. >> karen rogers is back inside with a check of the weather for the workweek. >> reporter: are you ready for sunshine? how about temperatures in the 70s. yeah! , not today. >> reporter: we're looking dry right now looking good, no problems out there, we're staying dry until friday we'll
have a good long stretch of dry conditions, let's go outside and show you what it looks like the action cam was out and about in east falls, that's a beautiful shot. from the shot you can tell there's sunshine breaking through the clouds. we're getting to enjoy a good amount of sunshine out there, currently mostly sun skies officially in philadelphia. 63 in philadelphia. 61 in allentown. 61 in reading, 61 in millville. we started in the 40s, so 60s not too bad. we did clock a gust in philadelphia the last hour, along the coastline we have 23-mile an hour wind gusts and that continues to be a problem. we have coastal flood advisories until 7:00 p.m. tonight with the coastal flooding persisting through today. today should be the last day of it. we had a lot of clouds to starts you off and sunny breaks, we are getting more sunshine, but along
the coastline we have clouds, here's the area of low pressure along the eastern seaboard. you can see it spin right here. they continue to get heavy rain especially in south carolina where they had terrible flooding, that continues today, by tomorrow things should improve there. let's look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast through the afternoon a mix of sunshine and clouds, 3:00 p.m., 67. that's the high. 5:00 p.m., 66. 7:00 p.m., 61. the overnight low 51 it will be cool in the overnight hours and you'll be waking up on the chilly side tomorrow morning. today answer high 67 in the lehigh valley, in the low 60s and 64 in atlantic city and cape may. the low stays to the south. we get even more pockets of sunshine moving in. tomorrow the high moves in from the west, the low stays to the south. we get up to 73 degrees, tomorrow temperatures a little bit above average for a change
which is nice. let's take a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. a cool breeze today, 67 degrees for the high feeling good out there, even a little bit below average. by tomorrow, a little bit above average. changing it up for you, a bit warmer. wednesday is nice and sunny. the pick of the week, 75, nice and sunny. thursday, not as warm, 70 degrees, friday, showers in the morning and period of rain in the afternoon. friday is not the best day, 71 degrees for the high. saturday we may start off with a lingering shower, if you have any early morning sports games, clouds lead to sunshine and 68 degrees, you can see the weekend is cool. sunday cool, but nice, 66 for the high. temperatures below average, a good amount of sunshine, in the search day period only talking one day where you get rain that's not too bad. >> thank you, karen. topping our people scene at
12:30 singer demi will a -- lavatto stripped down for a vanity fair spread. she is known for her fight against body image bullying. she hopes it inspires girls and women across the country. >> the martians topped the box office, the sci-fi flick opened after nasa found flowing water on mars. it netted $55 million shy of a record for october. hotel transylvania ii fell to second place pulling in $33 million over the weekend. facario shot up to 3 place after it was released nationwide.
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are $1.88 each. green giant frozen vegetables, 88¢ each. and yoplait yogurt, 10 for just $4. honey, can you bring the truck? full, fresh & friendly. the acme stock up sale. it's just better. check. forecast. i guess a sweater or light jacket would be appropriate. >> reporter: i think a little sweater out there is good. >> a little sweater you think? >> reporter: you would look very handsome. snuggy, 67 degrees that's the
high. 5:00 p.m., 66. 7:00 p.m., rick will be sipping up the snuggies. tomorrow morning, if you're standing outside on the bus zip it up all the way. >> thank you, karen. that's it for "action news" at noon, don't forget to join us later today for "action news" at 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. for david murphy, karen rogers, rick williams and the entire "action news" team, i'm sarah bloomquist. have a great afternoon! for life...
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