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million man march. the philadelphia hero thrill show is later on today, we'll tell you where to get tickets. this is carlos medina who sent us this video of the storm in conshohocken you can see the wind blowing the rain sideways yesterday afternoon. "action news" reporters picked up their cell phones during the storm. this is what david henry recorded from the passenger seat of the "action news" van. he was not driving don't worry. you can see how heavy the rain was following during the height of the storm. now we'll check in with chris. it is not raining, but it's cooler than it's been. yesterday we had a high around 80 degrees, now we're in the low
50s and some areas in the 50s. it's a little bit of a shock to the system. it will be a nice weekend overall. especially today, wall-to-wall sunshine with highs in the 60s. there's the view from the temple university camera. not a soul out there enjoying this lovely weather. i figured we would see one or two people hitting the ball around. 51 in allentown. 51 is the number in trenton. 53 in philadelphia which is nearly ten degrees cooler than this time yesterday. millville, checking in at 53. 45 in the, poconos. there's the front all that's left of the shower own thunderstorm activity. now it's down south across the virginias and the carolinas. we'll see increasing sunshine. hour by hour we're sitting at 53. ten better than that come lunchtime. 3:00 p.m., 65 and then by 6:00 p.m. back down to 60. forecasting a cooler high of
66 degrees. the next chance of rain comes tuesday morning if the form of a few showers with another opponent cold front. we'll talk about that in the seven-day forecast in just a little bit. eva? >> thanks, chris, before you head out visit 6abc.com/weather. it gives you access to storm tracker 6 live, where you can track any wet weather and get extra insights on the wet weather. this is the site of a rally marking the 20th anniversary of the million man march. nation of islam leader louis farachan will deliver the dress. he is deliver the justice or else march. the first march brought hundreds of thousands to washington to pledge to improve their lives and families and communities. happening today, the heros
thrill show begins before noon in the wells fargo center parking lot. tickets are ten dollars, families get in for 25. tickets are available at police or fire stations online. proceeds pay for scholarships for the children of police officers and firefighters killed in the line of duty. developing news out of turkey, the death toll sky skyrocketed in turkey's capitol 89 people dead after a bombing of a peace rally. it was organized by the public sector trailed union calling for an end to the violence between kurdish and turkish security forces. a bridge partially collapsed in southern california injuring nine construction workers.
it happened on the route 39 freeway outside los angeles. there's no word on the conditions of the victims. investigators are on the scene to look for clues as to what caused the collapse. take a look at the picture sent into "action news," the driver hurt when the road beneath her when the suv opened up in south philadelphia. that driver talk to "action news" reporter, jeff chirico. >> reporter: that driver was wrought to jefferson university hospital to be checked out. she has mild concussion and bruises, but other than that will be okay. this after a bizarre incident that should could be much worse. brook is counting her blessings after a sinkhole partially swallowed her car on the 1800 block of south columbus boulevard. >> it was like i hit a brick wall. my head hit the steering wheel. it took a while to realize what happened. >> reporter: the center city woman sailed she believed the
road -- said she believed the road opened under her. >> the back of the car was up in the air, if someone hit me i could have flipped over. >> reporter: the hole opened up in a patch drive that she learned that city workers left earlier in the day after repairing a water main break. her father wonders how this could happen. >> i don't know how someone can fill a hole and leave an open cavity. >> reporter: the car was towed away and this young woman grateful that she survived. >> i can't believe it happened. >> reporter: a water department spokesman said the water department was putting final repairs on the water main break out there earlier. he couldn't tell me what went wrong, but said the department will look into it. jeff chirico. channel 6 "action news." >> 5th street is blocked off after a water main break sent
water gushing up the road. it happened thursday night when water was flowing from a manhole cover and down the street. water service has been restored to residences and businesses. no word on how long the road will be closed. >> the bucks county prison system is turning a mistake into a gift. they ordered 400 coats for their inmates, but they looked like too much like the coats that the prison guards wear. the company told the county to keep the other coats, so now, the county is going to give the coats to the homeless. >> it was cold last year in november, so we'll work to get them out there to be available for the residents who need them. >> prisoners sewed flaps over the back of them to cover the word "inmate."
a homecoming event is causing a rift between students and leaders. the controversial -- controversy is over america day. >> reporter: what a difference a day makes, shorts and ts yesterday and today jeans and sweaters today. in some areas we were down in the 30s overnight tonight. i'll have the details overnight overnight -- right after this.
in just one week. neutrogena®. you, sky6 live hd taking a live look for us now, over wilmington, delaware, you need to wake up if you're not feeling 'wake yet. it's 54 degrees outside right now. >> reporter: it will wake you up real quick. >> it's chilly. it is a shock to the system, because yesterday it was 80 degrees, with the dewpoints in the 40s and temperatures in the 40s and 50s, whoa. here the view from temple temple university, as we look toward the center city skyline. the cloud deck has pushed south to the jersey shore. we should be clearing out completely within the next hour or two. 66 degrees that's the high
temperature we are expecting today which is considerably cooler than yesterday, 3 degrees below the seasonable average of 69. 351 in allentown. 53 in millville. sea isle city, 55 degrees, all these numbers are ten to 16 degrees cooler than the same time yesterday. you add on top of that a good breeze out of the north at 10 to 15 miles per hour, yeah, you'll need something with sleeves early on on. by afternoon all this will push south and east, the sun will shine brightly and warm things up. ment 66 degrees high is seasonable for this time of the year. maybe you'll need good with sleeves if you head to the lincoln financial field for the temple game. this will pull west to east and
work out to sea off north carolina. the bad news with this storm, i'm sure you've heard about the terrible flooding in south carolina where they saw upwards of two feet of rain. they could see another inch or two with this system. that system stays to the south. we won't see any wet weather out of that. we'll see the cooler temperatures behind the cold front that slipped through yesterday. we're in the 40s off the northwest. chicago, 43. u-p of michigan upper 30s, low 40s, that air mass is sliding south and east. we have a chilly one coming up tonight. with some areas dropping into the 30s. this high bumps the low out to sea. we'll see an increase in sunshine this afternoon. tomorrow, fantastic. wall-to-wall sunshine. speaking of fantastic,
wall-to-wall sunshine, 65 degrees for allentown and bethlehem. jersey shore, the winds subside by afternoon. sun and clouds pleasant, 64 degrees on the sand. there's a small craft advisory if you're doing boating, seas buildings three to four feet. the winds die down later on. 66 degrees in philadelphia. cooler today. winds out of the north 5 to 15 miles per hour. in places like the pine barrens and southern new jersey, 40 degrees, some areas could see 38, 39. center city, mainly clear and chilly. 48 degrees. 66 today, 70 tomorrow. if you're tailgating eagles taking on the saints. monday, more tailgating weather looks good. looks good, 75 degrees, tuesday, showers, 70 degrees.
wednesday, 67, 66, 65. saturday night next weekend lows in the 30s for center city. >> i think we might need to put you on mute at this point in the morning. >> reporter: that's a little chilly, i agree. >> more than 100 people ran for their lives after a fire raced through homes on a hill top in chile. high winds rained down burning embers on nearby houses. last year wildfires destroyed five hundred homes and killed 15 people. a consumer alert this morning, whole foods is recalling a specific kind of cheese from stores nation wise. after u.s. drug officials found a dangerous form of listeria. pappillon originnic cheese.
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new this morning, north north korea celebrated its 70th anniversary. kim slammed the united states saying his military will respond to any kind of war that the american imperial iists want. surfer off hawaii was sitting on his surf board when a shark that was 1 feet long chomped on his leg. another surfer got him to the beach where they used the surf
board leash to work as a tourniquet. he is in stable condition. mexicans say they arrested the pilot who helped joaquin "el chapo" guzman escape from a mexican prison. 43 people have been arrested, ten others detained. investigators have not said if the arrest brought them closer to guzman. this is the second time he escaped from a mexican prison. the search for a whale that's entanglinged in fishing -- in fishing gear. officials think it's the same
what he will that was entangled in may and june of this year. the rope is tied around its mouth and embedded in his head. the decision for vice president joe biden to get into the race because the deadline to get into certain races is around the corner. biden is keeping a sense of humor. >> if i don't move i'll be demoted to secretary of state or something like that. that's a joke. >> a tv ad calling for biden to run has been yanked at the request of the vice president. indiana dependent political active committee made the ad. it include a sound from a recenter speech in which he discussed the 1972 car crash that killed his wife and daughter. he is spending this weekend at home in delaware. this is homecoming weekend
a lot of causes at universities across the region, there's a home coming at children's hospital in philadelphia. chad perdelli was there. >> reporter: eagles quarterback mark is an which he is put -- sanchez put down his play book and put on a suit case he was joined with the cheerleaders to lift the spirits of children here. >> it's my dream to have the eagles win one super bowl. >> it can get your mind off football and reminds you how blessed you are and how to impart some wisdom or encouragement. >> reporter: while this is the first homecoming during the spring in the past they had a prom where they dressed up, not the dress up here today, but as
you can see the guest list is impressive. >> it's nice that they come out and try to do that. >> coming to the events it keeps your world in prospective. you get caught up in working on new formations and plays, all these things. >> it's sheer joy giving them that opportunity to forget where they are and forget their sickness and they are here. >> reporter: he spent time talking with each and every patient, but this is a dance. are you going to be the first one out there cutting it up. >> it's going to be embarrassing. >> reporter: got moves? >> not even close, i look like bambi on ice. >> reporter: chad perdelli channel 6 "action news."
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>> good saturday morning to you, sky6 live hd taking a live look for us philadelphia international. it is a little cool out there this morning to say the least, 54 degrees at 9:24. in sports, temple football team puts it's undefeated record on the line the temple owls play tulane this weekend. kickoff set for noon. they hope to sneak into the top 25 with another win. here's ducis rogers with the rest of sports. >> reporter: good morning we start you off with an injury report of the eagles against the saints. kendricks and alonso out along with brandon bear and jason peters is questionable. many are questioning demarco
murray lack of production in how he is being used this season. he is averaging a career low. everyone says he is frustrated. he said he feels differently. >> i wouldn't use the word frustration, you wouldn't like to be 1-3. you would like to have the ball bounce your way a couple of more times. i would would no the say i'm frustrated. >> we're not having success running the ball at all. it's the entire group it's not just one player that's involved in it, it's the entire group that's involved. >> reporter: bblg here's something to -- basketball be here's something to keep an eye on, sixers big man noelle will not play in today's game against the brooklyn nets. cole hamels gives up 4 runs
in 7 innings. 4-3 lead. 14th inning. alberto. rangers win 6-4 to take a 2-0 series lead. game 3 tomorrow night in texas. that's a lieu look at sports this morning, i'm ducis rogers. you have yourself a terrific weekend! >> topping our people scene more legal problems for shia labeouf the 24-year-old was arrested in austin, texas for public intoxication. he was out of control and being disobedient to police. the chairman. board was honored at the kimmel center last night. ♪ the philly pops performed the classics of old blue eyes.
flooding is hitting water logged south carolina. what a difference a week makes, the shore has dried out from the soaking last week. let's go outside to meteorologist chris sowers with the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: you said it earlier, it is chilly out here right now, especially when you compare it to yesterday high temperatures topped out to 80 degrees. we added humidity to the mix, as well. we were talking about south carolina and how bad the flooding has been in the last week to ten days, we have another storm system rumbling through the palmetto state. very heavy downpours in columbia and other locations across the carolinas. this will aggravate the situation. look at these numbers, we've seen anywhere from 20 to 26 inches of rain in south
carolina. today's rain we'll add another inch to two inches. kingstree, 24.7 and calabash21 inches of rain. this storm will not roar up the east coast, it's heading out to sea. millville, 53. cape may, 55 with a northerly breeze at 15 miles per hour sustained gusting to 22. millville is seeing gusts as high as 20 to 25 miles per hour. it's a little windy down the shore right now. look at the numbers north and west, they are starting to calm down. that will be the trend that calming effect will push into south jersey and delaware over the next few hours, your mighty temple owls taking on the green lane of tulane. if you're going to do tailgating over the next few hours, you'll need something with sleeves.
63 degrees by the time this gets he going, 65 in the 4th quarter. all in all, generally speaking you get the idea it's going to be a nice saturday after around the delaware valley. we'll see if we keep the winning streak tomorrow in the rest of the seven day forecast when i see you in just a bit. eva. >> south carolina is partially under water from historic flooding is bracing for a new storm. more rain will soak the area today. we have more on the residents copying with losing a lot. >> reporter: this morning, more rain heading to slam south carolina. dangerous and widespread flooding devastating residents. so many wondering when it will be over. >> there's no way it will get this high, but it kept coming. >> reporter: we headed to jordon
's' sister's house to help retrieve what she could find. >> some of things are mostly baby pictures, they are important to me. >> reporter: 19 people killed from the flood. authorities still rescuing people from homes isolated by floodwaters as tens of thousands are left without power and drinking water. >> reporter: they are taking food and medical supplies to the residents that are stranded on the other side. washed out roads and hundreds ever houses submerged under 20 feet of water. residents urged to evacuate as rising floodwaters begin to flow into already-swollen rivers. state officials warning more flooding in eastern south carolina. >> don't estimate the power of this we're under a 72 hour
window where we have to be careful. >> reporter: this flooding is historic. >> i've been here all my life, since 1966 and never seen nothing like this before. >> reporter: thousands of residents already displaced more rainfall is on its way leaving many to wonder whether they will make it. >> we didn't think it would get this bad, nobody did. happening today, let's go live to the national mall in washington, d.c., a rally is commemorating 20 years since the million man march. nation of islam leader louis farrah farahkahn. women and whites and other minorities were not invited to the original march, today all are invited.
firefighters got to work in new castle dousing the flames. they knocked down the blaze in an hour, there were no injuries. a holderrer lived in the -- a hoeder -- horder lived in the home which made it difficult to put out. a jazz musician, charles cohen try to meade an under age boy online. he was actually speaking with a detective. he was picked up at the agreed meeting in upper providence township. he faces a hearing on tuesday. president obama met with the families of the shooting at roseburg oregon. >> we're going to have to come together and figure out how to
stop things like this from happening. iervel got very strong feelings about this, because when you talk to the families -- i've got very strong feelings about this, because when you talk to the families, you are reminded of your child. >> gun rights advocates in the roseburg area protested his visit saying the president should not have used the shooting to call for tougher gun laws. it killed 8 teenager and a student at a community college before killing himself. in the span ever ten hours there were -- in the span of ten hours there were two more college shootings. neither was a mass shooting. the first happened at northern arizona university in flagstaff. members of different fraternities got into a fight. the alleged gunman was a freshman who left and returned with a gun. one person killed and three others wounded. gunshots rang out in houston at
a texas southern university student housing complex. a freshman was killed. another in the hospital. two people were taken into custody for questioning. chester county's high school week long home coming celebration sparked a battle between students and school administrators. students planned to have an american theme day, it was rejected because officials feared it would exclude students who were not american. >> reporter: patriots day they raise money for veterans groups. le great valley high school is the administration being politically correct or failure to communicate. homecoming is next week. spirit asked one of the day's themes to be america day encouraging kids to wear red white and blue.
student julia kennedy said student leaders were baffled. >> i heard from friends they were not allowed to do america day and they told they had to switch it to heritage day. >> reporter: by phone, a student leader confirmed they were told america day would be offensive to some people not born in america and world heritage day was suggested. julia's dad began an online petition to restore america day. >> something as benign as america day could be offensive to somebody else. >> reporter: there's nothing exclusive celebrating a country that welcomes migrants throughout history. we spoke to the superintendent district leader we asked if america day was pulled because it was offensive. >> i was asked that question, i was told in the room today with the students and administrators
and advisers, the word offended was not used. >> this is not political correctness run amuck. >> reporter: the superintendent told them if they want america day, fine they can have it. they want into a session and had a haven't, apparently world heritage day is out. souls america day, instead they will have the theme next week of celebrate your country day. in malvern, john rawlins channel 6 "action news." >> much more to come on "action news" saturday morning at 9:00. including she "shelter me rescuf the week." this is calbell a terrier mix if you want to heat meet her she'll be on "shelter me rescue of the week." >> the italian market, alicia vitarelli walks down memory lane with the hard working people there. we'll have another check of the
their families. >> it's so good to see so many people out there. dave is everywhere. >> reporter: does he ever take a day off. thankfully so i can get a weekend. we love that david murphy. we love this weather, look at this shot as we look live across the center city skyline. this is from our temple university camera. you can see how nicely we cleared out. the cloud cover is starting to pull away and it's chilly. the double scan live is clear, but the breeze is chilly. some areas are in the 40s and 50s. it was a gorgeous week. 69 degrees, monday afternoon. there was minor flooding taking place down the shore, the big storm system winding up out to sea as that pulled away, things calmed down. tuesday everything went back to normal. 735, 735, 76 and yesterday we were up to 80 degrees and some of the heat helped to fuel the line of showers and
thunderstorms yesterday evening. now, we're down to 53. the numbers will not skyrocket like yesterday. we're seeing a breeze out of the north. look at the dewpoint. 39 very dry air. 58 in coatsville, 50 in kennett scare. 45 in tanersville. you got down to 40 degrees in the poconos. satellite and radar, you'll be in the 30s at the same time tomorrow. you can see we have clouds to the south and clearing to the north. an area of high pressure sitting right there in between pittsburgh and buffalo. as that dives south and east it will push cloud cover to the south with the cold front. we'll see clearing conditions, more heavy rains for south carolina. hopefullly that system -- hopefully that system behaves itself and doesn't cause too much flooding down there.
in the delaware valley, a cooler breeze out of the north, 11:00 a.m. we'll see gusts 15 to 20 miles per hour. watch what happens i'll set it in motion, the of winds die down, late in the afternoon, evening hours, 4, 5 miles per hour we can handle that. overnight tonight we'll see the win generally calm down and we'll see calm conditions overnight into tomorrow. here's this afternoon and this evening, nothing going on. crystal clear skies bright blue start to finish. the weekend looks fantastic. it's a nine out of a ten. overnight tonight it will get cooler, the outlying suburbs could drop into the upper he 30s. lunchtime, 63. sunshine at that point. #-- 3:00 p.m., 65.
65 in allentown. reading, 63. dover, 63. millville, mostly sunny, 66 degrees, cape may, about 63. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 70 degrees tomorrow, sunny sunny and nice, the temple game you'll need something with sleeves especially with the breeze early on. by afternoon the winds subside. sunday, eagles take organ -- take on the saints. 70 degrees, no issues with the winds for the kicking game. monday, home opener for the flyers. 75 degrees, tuesday, morning showers, 70. wednesday, thursday, friday, i know you wanted the numbers to be higher, temperatures in the mid 60s. the long trend information coming next weekend we could
have lows saturday night and sunday night in the 30s, that includes in the city. that's a little chilly for this time of the year. >> that could change, right? [laughter]. please. >> reporter: it probably will, actually. >> maybe not that cold, i hope. this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" success story is a match made in heaven. there were no nuptials when carla adopted ruby but she played a big part in the wedding ceremony soon after the adoption. monica malpass shares the story. when carla and her husband walked down the isle, their rescue dog ruby was the ring barrier. she shared the day with her forever family. she was like our child. they made sure she was part of the reception. >> we had a drink named after her. >> carla adopted ruby from the
animal care and control team of philadelphia or act. they are worked tireless to get the animals adopted. for dog to be part of the family must be a loveable dog. >> reporter: the training starts with a army of ac volunteers. >> we work one on one with dogs to give them all important doggy members of the jury. >> reporter: amy hopes more marriages could be made for dogs like this pit mix who was found zap stray. >> she is loving and gets along with other dogs. >> the owners were having trouble affording her. >> reporter: prince was rescued from a home with too many animals. now he is looking for room to
roam. >> he will make a great companion for children. this is 6-month-old calbella a terrier mix she was found say stray. if you interested in this dog or any dogs you met today visit the website, if you would like to us to share is your shelter success story, post the picture to to the "shelter me rescue of the week" facebook page. with cabella i'm monica malpass channel 6 "action news." ow monet and not break the budget.w monet if you have a question about how a home equity line of credit could work for you, ask me. i can help.
itall market. >> 100 years. >> reporter: each step of 9th street comes with a strong sense of no nostalgia like it's 1915 and in many ways not much has changed. dominic has been working in the foom -- in the family butcher shop since he was five. the secret it stayed in the family. >> you have a lot of family involved. >> reporter: now 9th street is where the old meets the new. steps away the fruit and vegetable standstill standing. >> without them, i don't think we would have half the business that we have. >> reporter: this is the heart and soul. >> yes. >> reporter: up the block at debruno brothers they've serving cheese for 60 years. they have the honor of creating pastry for pope francis while he
was in town. >> i got the menu for what the pope wanted to have. >> reporter: you should keep it on the menu. i'm anticipating it's going to be here for a long time. >> this is the most intact little italy in the whole united states. there's little italys in new york, but they don't have the residents that we have. >> reporter: the columbus day parade is the day to celebrate the storied heart and pride. >> you can see philadelphia's columbus day parade live on 6abc at 1:00 p.m. alicia hosts the coverage. a look at the events this weekend in honor of breast cancer awareness month. oxford valley mall will host the
zumba on this from 10:00 a.m. to at the sears court. head to phs meadowbrook farm open house taking place from 10:00 a.m. to 5. get your pumpkins. olney youth art festival a multicultural celebration of youth creativity with a focus on dance and art. that's a looks' what's happening happening around your area. we'll be back with a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> isn't that a cool shot of
the water rolling in in cape may, new jersey. it looks beautiful it's shimmering in the sunlight. don't let it fool you, it's not that warm out there. you have no business going not water. >> reporter: it's not that bad. >> it's too cold for the water. >> reporter: you're right, i agree. here's the forecast for today. mostly sunny and cooler. 66 degrees that's the forecasted high. there will be a breeze early on. it will make the 66 feel cooler than what you're seeing. 70 degrees lots of sunshine tomorrow, real nice day that extends into monday. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, as a matter of fact there's only one chance of rain over next week. tuesday morning, just a few showers, quick-moving cold front not expecting severe weather. monday, 67. monday, 75, wednesd.
thursday, 66. friday, 65. and we have a cold front coming in next saturday. >> the lows we won't talk about. jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next. we'll be back tomorrow morning beginning at 6:00 a.m. here's some of the stories we have for you, we have the new host of america's funnyist home videos. plus the pennsylvania ballet kicks off their season that's in 6abc loves the arts. for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim. have a great saturday, light jacket. ng,
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