tv Action News Weekend 6AM ABC October 11, 2015 6:00am-7:01am EDT
>> we have developing news out of the feltonville section of philadelphia. the action cam was at the scene earlier this morning the rite aid parking lot. a fistfight took place that left a man critically injured. the victim in his 20s was taken to temple university hospital. another man is being treated at temple for injuries that are non-life threatening. no word on what led to the fight and no arrests. 6:00 a.m. on this sunday october 11. in the news, the feel of fall
settling in. we had clear temperatures overnight. >> and the saints march into town to play the eagles this afternoon. both teams are on the brink of 1-4. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, nice out there. it is a little chilly right now, but we're expecting a nice day, i'm sure you enjoyed yesterday yesterday was a beaut. we had mostly sunny skies yesterday, by afternoon it warmed up nicely. we had high temperatures around 65, 66 degrees. today we're four better than that, we should top out around 70. as we flip over to the numbers, you can see we have work to do. 39 in allentown. that's the coldest temperature in 6 months in the lehigh valley. 38 in millville. pine barrens in southern new jersey, in the 30s. lancaster, 389. philadelphia ten better at 49 degrees. satellite and radar, just like
yesterday we'll keep it clear from start to finish. no weather issues out there today, it will be another nice one. 9:00 a.m., 52 degrees, mostly sunny skies, lunchtime, 64. 3:00 p.m., 68 shooting for the high of 70. 6:00 p.m., 66 degrees. it's chilly out there right now, but look at this, high temperatures by tuesday getting back into the mid 70s again. i'll talk about that in the seven-day forecast when i see you in just a little bit. >> chris, thank you. the eagles game day, before we look forward we'll look back, january 4, 2014, the eagles lost the heartbreaker to the saints at the playoff at the linc. chip kelly and nick foles. lost the game going in. chip kelly is facing backlash and nick is gone.
just like that day in 2014, stinging from a last-minute loss in washington. sam bradford is aware that fans won't tolerate a slow start. >> the fans are not happy about the start, we're not happy with it either. it's not fun going into a half-time trying to figure out how to dig out of a hole that we put ourselves in. >> we're 3-1. i think that a lot of ways things are being portrayed, i think everybody in here inside that we are really close. >> now the saints have won five of the last 6 games against the eagles. a live report ahead on "action news" at noon. 11:35, "action news" sports sunday the "action news" sports team and brandon graham breakdown the nfc showdown after
"action news." heavy rain has made an unwelcomed visit to south carolina. thunder and lightning and a couple of more inches of rain fell on the flood-ravaged state. >> the flooding has caused 20 dams to burst and officials are keeping an eye on 100 more. yesterday they set up road blocks as water flooded streets. >> luckily, it's finally reached it's peak point and the river is finally crested. it's making its the way back down, all the water that is here, that has to make it back o the ocean. >> the water seems to be going down. it rain a little bit today, that concerns me, but it appears that the water is moving. >> forecasters are predicting south carolina will have a welcomed break of several dry
days. >> new this morning, a man was shot and killed in the street in the tioga section of philadelphia. police looking for the killer right now. the man was founded wound at park avenue annie street. police found the victim alive, but he could not be saved. investigators are sorting out what led up to the gunfire. >> turning to the race, democrat bernie sanders campaigning in the colorado. in the wake of the recent college shootings he focused his message on gun control. >> poll after poll, gun owners and nongun owners believe in common sense approaches which make sure that we keep guns out of the hands of people who should not have those guns. >> how many people have to die? >> hillary clinton did not hold any public events yesterday she called for stricter background checks.
the first democratic debate is tuesday night. >> donald trump spoke at a recall in georgia towct -- touting himself as a man who backs up his talk with action. one of trump's opponent marko rubio delivered an economic address in nevada. >> it has to be easier and cheaper to do anything here anywheres on the planet. we're exeect -- competing with other countries for the best ideas. >> rubio said keeping our country safe is the first way to give the children a better future. vice president joe biden spent the day at his granddaughter's cross country mete. he refused to answer questions about whether he will enter the
race. >> he shrugged off what he called as voter apathy. the fundraiser was for the democratic national committee. bobbydel will be the guest on this week with george stephanopoulos. transgendered people marched through center city. a transgender woman was beaten and shot on tuesday. march organizers said man lack education are homeless and struggle with guns and alcohol. >> it's to bring visibility to want community, injustice, we want eimawlt. >> eimawlt -- equality. investigators are working to
determine if kiesha jenkins was targeted because of her being transgendered. >> a local business other than was victimized again, first stabbed in the first crime and then broken into again. >> outside a few showers possibly two tuesday, looks like another dry week ahead, warmer temperatures on the way, i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we come right back.
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you're not dealing with the windchill like we had yesterday. temperatures are dropping. we're down to 49 in philadelphia. dewpoint, 42, the wind are calm the pressure reading is falling. take a look at allentown, down to 39 now, they are colder in the lehigh valley than the mountains. millville, 38, and wilmington, 44. temperatures are running anywhere from 5 to 15, 16 degrees colder than yesterday. which was ten to 15 degrees colder than the day before. the numbers continue to trend down here. tomorrow we see everything climb again. you get the idea we have the fall chill moving in. high pressure is planted over top of us, that means, that's terrible, we should try that again. with the high over top of us it will prevent any storm systems from heading up the eastern
seaboard. we'll stay dry, bright blue skies and sunshine and comfortable temperatures. there's nothing going on of we have this storm here, this brought another one to three inches of rain to south carolina which saw two to three feet of rain last weekend. that storm is moving out to sea. we'll not see any impacts from that. we'll have an area of high pressure from here, it will spread out ward in all directions. that means the high takes over, the weather stays nice and quiet across the lower 48. the only thing we're tracking is this front here this will sneak through before the high sprawls out ward. winds out of the southwest at 35 to so miles per hour. up to 70 degrees, for monday, with the approaching front we'll get milder, 74 or 75. tuesday morning a couple of showers pull through and then this front kicks everything out to sea from this point on it's quiet for the entire seven-day forecast.
sunny skies in the lehigh valley. 68 degrees is the forecasted high. the jersey shore, you're not dealing with the strong gusty wind this morning. mostly sunny, pleasant. 68 degrees in atlantic city, sea isle and avalon. philadelphia, 70 degrees, mostly sunny and pleasant. a light breeze out of southwest. overnight tonight it's going to be chilly once again, but not as cold as right now. 44, 45 outlying suburbs, 50 degrees, center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, here we go not too bad, sunny and nice tomorrow, 74. tuesday, 75. you'll probably not need your umbrella come tuesday, the showers will be early in the morning, 8, 9:00 a.m. it's clouds and sun. 75. wednesday, sun and clouds, 69. thursday, 67, friday, 62. saturday, 59 city temperatures down in the 30s. eva? >> not many people want to
reunite with the neonatal intensive care unit, but this reunion made people smile. pennsylvania hospital held a reunion celebrating life. doctors and staffers were there reconnecting with babies who were once too tiny to go home with their parents. look at all those people. and they are hoff, hundreds of runners stepped off from parx casino and racetrack in bensalem for the 4th annual oktoberfest 5k in honor of breast carnals -- cancer month. walks were packed with works for their fellow classmen. the fair runs from 11:00 a.m. to
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scuffles broke out today t the scene of the suspect suicide bombings. the attack killed 95 people and wounded others. turkey has declared three days of mourning, president obama has called turkey turkey's president to extent his condolences. the sister in law of martin luther king fought back when a man tried to car jack her outside her gated home in atlanta, friday night. >> i said i'm not getting out of my car. he said well i'm going to bust you in your lip. >> he hit her on the cheek not once, but twice, king said she leaned on her face to get her through the horrifying ordeal. >> children found a suspicious
device attached to a car in south philadelphia. the bomb squad checked out the device at 10th and oregon. whatever it was turned out to be harmless. investigators think it was a prank. backup batteries were to blame for the evacuation of the new castle county public safety buildings. an odor filled the building and low level carbon monoxide was detected. the source were back up batteries stored in the buildings. they were removed and everyone was allowed back in the building. vince mazzeo-
fighting to save atlantic county. chris brown's attacks? the press calls them "embarrassing" political "posturing." the truth? chris brown and will pauls opposed the atlantic city rescue plan, even though it would save thousands of our jobs. we already know they're propped up by north jersey casino interests. and pauls even wanted the vote to allow north jersey casinos "this year." now they brag about helping atlantic county. but there's a word for politicians like that.
forecast. we'll starting point with satellite and radar. you can see there's not much going on. we have an area of low pressure out here,ting in a counter clockwise fashion. because the low is here, that high is moving to the east, it will eventually bump it out to sea. that means the weather will be nice and quiet for the next few days, as a matter of fact let's go over to future tracker 6, watch this, i'll set this through wednesday across the entire 48. there's absolutely going on. we have an high pressure system pushing into canada. if you're traveling out most of the major hubs are quiet. logan chilly 49 degrees, chicago midway and o'hare chilly. orlando, nice and comfortable, 72. atlanta, 59 ascertain newark,
48 degrees. montgomery county, dozens of people took the oath officially becoming citizens of the united states. students joined them learning something during this milestone day for these new americans. chase utley is at the front of the a controversy in the win over the mets. chase utley slid and broke the players leg. >> i did not try to break his leg. i feel at terrible, he is injur. >> he broke my short stop's leg, that's all i know.
we'll control it, you lose in the playoff series you lose the guy to that series with an injury. they are not happy about it. >> baseball executive will review the slides and determine if was intentional. if it is ruled intention utley could face disciplinary action. eagles could win today and be back in the division race or they could fall to 1-4. >> reporter: fletcher cox said they are sick to their stomach over the 1-3 stomach. they said they will dominate over the saints good luck. drew brees has been a problem for the eagles. he admits he loves playing in philadelphia and thrives on it.
he is one of the most sacked quarterback in the nfl. >> he is one of the great all time quarterbacks. he is so in tuned with what they are doing. he loves what they are doing. you love his work ethic. new coach, same 08d -- old problem. flyers are off to the same kind of season, dave hextall in the hole. minute 23 in the game against the panthers. it's 1-0. 3:30 later, florida scores again. it's 2-0. then not a minute after this, smith scores flyers down 3-zip. a minute later, an ugly one,
mason turns it over, wide open net. mason allows 4 goals in seven minutes of the game. he takes full responsibility for the flyers lose. flyers get another shot at these guys monday in the home opener. can you remember the last time temple was 5-0 to start the a season. don't feel bad off the top of your head. it's been 41 years since they were this good. temple dance a football team to cheer for. finally. how about temple? they end a game on a 42-0 run. matt ruhl fired up. temple wins 49-10. 5-0 for the first time since 1974. it's a happy homecoming at happy valley penn state fans in a good mood watching them to play
indiana racking up 300 yards of offense. hackenberg four touchdowns and two in the air and two more on the ground. 29-7. next up ohio state, the defending champ. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> katherine scott took part in a softball tournament in woodland, delaware county helping raise money for a local hospital. this event organized by the fire department is a three year tradition. nydia she came back early from her vacation so they could be a part of that. >> looking good as always. >> we have more "action news" just ahead, we'll be right back. >> saying goodbye, victims of
the college shooting rampage in oregon are raised to rest. remembering the lives they leave behind. a south philadelphia store owner stabbed repeatedly is the victim of a new crime. this time else shutting down his business for good. a fundraiser for philadelphia police and fire department. >> they will have good weather for that. >> reporter: temperatures near
70 degrees, and wall-to-wall blue skies. it will be a good one. as we go live on sky6 live hd show you the view that's not the ben franklin bridge. we're looking from our temple university camera toward city hall. it's cold out there. as a matter of fact we have a frost advisory up for the poconos. this will continue until 9:00 a.m. this morning. temperatures you're about to see in a second are colder in some of the valleys than they are in the mountains. maybe they jumped the gun with the advisories. 40 in the mountains. 37 in quakertown. 37 in coatsville. chester showing 38. south and east in the southern new jersey and delaware we're starting to see 30s pop up. buena, 38. woodbine, 39. hammonton, 37. these are the coldest numbers that we've seen in nearly 6 months. it's been quite sometime since we've had to deal with the 30s and low 40s. satellite and radar there's a system passing on by to the
north and another one passing on by to the south. no weather issues today. eagles take on the saints, 1:00 p.m. start time lincoln financial field. kickoff 65. a light breeze, 69 by the 4th quarter . should be fantastic for football. when i come back we'll take a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> stay with 6abc.com/weather check out storm tracker 6 live radar to track the latest systems and get the expert insight from accuweather. >> there was tears for the victims of the college shooting rampage laid to rest. quinn cooper was just 18 but left behind quite a legacy. >> quinn only 18 was such an
amazing life and touched so many people as you see. to this retired educators heart he will be an angle. i feel one comfort knowing that you're an angel. >> rebecca arnes. all the services focused on the lives the victims led not the killer. a man savagely attacked now experiencing another crime. >> reporter: this business is
boarded up after the overnight break in. the writing on the door said it is closed and a family friend said it will stay that way. >> some knuckle head or whoever it may be par site seems to have taken the air-conditioner through the wall. >> reporter: this man is angry after his friend's business was broken into. >> they ransacked the whole place even after the stabbing took place. >> you can't allow the man to get better after his family endured pain. >> reporter: a man entered the store and stabbed patrick spinosa 20 times in the head and torso. he had enough strengthen to call 911. it is unclear who burglars took in the incident. they don't think that burglary
was connected to the attack. either way, the business is boarded up for good. >> i don't think his family wants to come back here, it's not safe. he is getting a second chance at life. i'm hoping he takes it. >> reporter: his friend is still in critical condition with serious organ damage. it will be a long road to recovery. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> in bucks county, a mother came face-to-face with her daughter's accused killer 3 years after the brutal crime. george shaw was ordered held without bail charged with murdering barbara rowan. rowan and shaw with known each other. prosecutors say shaw was high on meth at the time of the crime. the other man is in jail for hindering prosecution. the family tamir rice the
12-year-old boy shot by cleveland police officer is angry over reports by outside experts reports that report concluded that patrolman had reason to perceive that tamir rice was a threat after holding a pellet gun. the shooting was justified. the prosecutor's office is avoiding accountability. the prosecutor's office said a grand jury should decide if the officers face criminal charges. thousands of people turned out on the national mall for the 20th anniversary of million man march. nation of islam leader louis farrakhan was among the keynote speakerrers. he called on everyone there to engage young people in the
calls. >> what are we if we don't prepare young people to carry the torch. about 800,000 people turned out for the original march back in 1995. >> a stut -- stunt filled fundraiser will help send children of fallen police officers and firefighters to college. >> reporter: members of the team wowed the crowd. while johnny loves the show, his mother loves the cause. her husband was killed in the line of duty in 2009. >> it will allow my son to go to college. >> reporter: nicole a sophomore
at la salle receives a scholarship her father was killed when nicole was ten. >> if something ever happens to them, it's their families that will be receiving the wonderful donation. >> they are riding within inches of one another. they do everything on foot before they do anything on motorcycles. they say it is hours of hard work, but it's a lot of fun. >> you go out there an ride around and wave they think you're great. we are a bunch of hams when it comes to them. >> reporter: organizers say since 2006, the event has raised more than $2 million in the scholarship funds for the children of fallen officers an firefighters. >> no matter five years, ten
years, we'll always be there for them. in south philadelphia, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> paramedics from new castle county delaware are holding a food drive collecting canned goods and boxed items to feed the homeless. for a list of locations and specific items they need head to 6abc.com. >> today is philadelphia's columbus day parade seen on 6abc. live coverage starts at 1:00 p.m. after "action news" at noon. alicia vitarelli brings you the sites and sounds from south broad street. the columbus day parade in philadelphia started more than 50 years ago. it's always fun. >> much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. the pennsylvania ballet will open their season with three masterpieces wrapped up in one program. from rock to
pops that no one will soon forget, two members got married on stage in the middle of the concert celebrating frank sinatra.[inaudible]. you thought your wedding was elaborate. >> not only a moment they will remember, but everyone else will remember. >> reporter: that's a lot of people, i don't know if i could done that, all eyes on you, i would be like -- [laughter].
let's go live on sky 6. there's the view in cape may. it's a beautiful morning out there, although it is chilly. yesterday we had temperatures a good ten to 15 degrees warmer than what we're seeing right now. the difference is we had a gusty wind yesterday, as well. even though it's colder, it may not feel as bad as yesterday. kind of pick your poison here, right? let's go over to the numbers, 70 degrees is the high temperature we're expecting today, which is two degrees above the season average of 68. the low is 48 degrees which is two degrees cooler than the normal low. some of the areas have dropped in the 30s which is the coldest we've seen in 6 months. case in point, allentown. 39 degrees, the last time they hit 39 or lower was in the beginning of april. dover, 44 degrees. wind speeds, we don't have any. they are calm, poconos 5 miles
per hour. satellite and radar, along with the calm, cripples morning we have clear -- crisp morning, we're seeing clear conditions. west to east across the keystone state into the garden state we're in the clear. most of the lower 48 is enjoying clear weather. as well. the area of low pressure is spinning its wheels across the carolinas. that high is bumping to our south. it's going to roar up the east coast and make a beeline toward bermuda and head out to sea. the entire southeastern seaboard is dry. from philadelphia all the way down to the panhandle of florida, next few days looks quiet. temperatures will warm up. it's chilly right now. later this afternoon, 69, 70 degrees, not too bad. wall-to-wall blue skies, a ton of sunshine. chilly overnight tonight.
a little bit better than what we're doing right now by 4 or 5 degrees. allentown, 43, right now you're 39. a little bit, chilly, not going to be any frost or anything like that out there. tomorrow morning, 74. tuesday morning, the numbers are trending up. wednesday afternoon, we're up to 75 or 76 degrees, hang in there if you don't like the chilly weather we have nice warmup in store. sunny skies today, 70 degrees is the forecasted high. winds are shifting. yesterday they were out of the north today they are out of the southwest. lunchtime, 64. 3:00 p.m., 68 degrees, 6:00 p.m., 66 somewhere in between that's when we'll peak at 70 degrees. elsewhere we go, 68 in reading, allentown, 68. trenton, 69. millville, 69. jersey shore mid to upper 60s.
the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 74 degrees sunny and nice tomorrow. home opener for the flyers, if you're going to do tailgating there, the weather will cooperate. same thing for the eagles saints game. 75 tuesday, that's the only shot of rainfall over the next seven days. a couple of showers possible during the early morning hours, i do mean early, probably after 8:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m. they are out of here. sunny the rest of the day, 75. >> tonight a new host takes over america's funniest home videos. the "dancing with the stars" winner talked about taking over hosting duties of the longest running prime time show. >> you can go to your social media places to watch videos, the difference is when you're looking at it on your phone or computer you're doing it by
fighting to save atlantic county. chris brown's attacks? the press calls them "embarrassing" political "posturing." the truth? chris brown and will pauls opposed the atlantic city rescue plan, even though it would save thousands of our jobs. we already know they're propped up by north jersey casino interests. and pauls even wanted the vote to allow north jersey casinos "this year." now they brag about helping atlantic county. but there's a word for politicians like that. hypocrite.
>> the victim of a shooting is bravely speaking out, urging someone to come forward and solve the case. here's rick williams with the crime fighters report. >> reporter: this 31-year-old wants to remain anonymous, we'll call him joe. but he wanted his story told. joe was working the overnight shift at deans adult book store on saturday july 18th.
the store sits on south 13th street in center city philadelphia. at 3:30 a.m., a man walked into the store and made a derogatory comment about the merchandise and left. he returned a short time later. >> he came back into the store. >> reporter: joe said the man asked him to show him some products. >> i got up from behind the counter to show him, my first instinct was to push the gun up away from myself. there was a struggle and somehow the gun ended up behind him. >> i do recall i saw the spark of the gun go off, i felt my right lego -- leg go numb. >> reporter: joe was shot in the back, citizens crime commission is offering five thousand dollar reward for the person
responsible. call 215-546-tips. of the all calls are anonymous, while joe is still recovering and has pain in his leg, he knows the situation could be worse. rick williams channel 6 "action news." >> a michigan high school senior balloting a rare medical condition received a special honor. indicate belding was elected homecoming queen in grand rapids. with support she was happy to walk with her home coming king. their strengthen come through the people who have stuck by them through tough times. >> she has people who are doing everything with her, that's a gift that's the best gift anyone could give her. [inaudible]. >> after graduation indicate plans to head to michigan's hope
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obtained exclusive video of steve jobs, it's a candid conversation of a conversation he had with his colleagues. here's abc's chris conley. >> reporter: it's steve jobs as you've never seen him in frank conversations with his colleagues in apple. >> the greatest thing when you put your heart and soul into something over an extended period of time it's worth it. >> reporter: jobs continues to fascinate even after his 2011 death at the age of 56 demanding
creative, touched with genius, the man who helped bring the world the mac, the ipod and iphone can be seen on screen in two films. the documentary steve jobs the man and the machine. >> he was supposed to pay me 700 and he wrote me a check for 350, that hurt me. >> this is steve jobs, the chronicle of his life and career. >> reporter: on the 4th anniversary of his passing monday, apple showed employees this rare foot annual obtained exclusively by abc news. >> i want you all to go into one of our retail stores and give the apple retail store employees a hug. [laughter]. my theory of management is theb.
together they helped amplify each other's really good tendencies and that's true of any team. we've got a great team at apple. thanking them for their work on the iphone the day before it's release. ink everybody who worked on iphone and made the sacrifices is going to feel it's worth it. addressing an employee's inquiry about the history behind the ripped jeans. >> there's no history, they are just old, like me but i'm very comfortable in them. there's no excuse. [laughter]. chris conley, abc news, los angeles,. >> it's funny to hold the devices, it seems smaller now. we have another hour of "action news" sunday morning straight
ahead. developing overnight, a fight outside a drugstore leaves a man clinging to life. we learned who philadelphia police are questioning in this case. >> chase utley is on the defensive after this slide ended with the player breaking his leg. plus another complete update from chris sowers and accuweather we'll be right back. . we make it, eat it, love it, live it. . (laughing) everyone is saying, "hey! you gotta get fios!" but why? well, fios is a 100 percent fiber optic network, so you can get 100% out of all your devices. so whatever speed you need, fios has it with the fastest internet and wi-fi available, from 50 to 500 mbps. but the main reason to get fios? we're rated number 1 in customer satisfaction. ultimately, that's why. get 50 meg fios internet, tv & phone starting at $79.99 a month.
>> we have developing news out of the feltonville section of philadelphia. the action cam was at the scene early morning, the rite aid parking lot at north 5th and west court land streets. police say a fight took place that left a man critically injured. the victim in his 20s was taken to temple university hospital. another man is being treated for injuries non-life threatening. police questioned several people, including people at a food truck across the street. there's no word on what led to the fight and no arrests. sunday, 7:00 a.m., october 11. the feel of fall overnight. >> saints march into town, the eagles the saints on the the