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>> 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 brink of 1-4.
chris sowers is outside with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: it's chilly, higher elevations temperatures in the 30s and 40s. poconos 39 degrees, other locations in the mountains hovering around 40. in the valleys farther to the south are colder. quakertown, 36 degrees, that's the coldest air temperatures they have had in 6 months. of oxford you can 37. kennett square 38 degrees. saint davids, 38. across the delaware river into south jersey we're seeing 30s. buena, 37. glass borough, 43. gandys beach, 44. smyrna sitting at 4 degrees. again, it's a chilly start. the eagles taking on the saints 1:00 p.m. start time at the linc. if you're tailgating make sure you wear something with cleaves. it will be chilly over the next few hours, once the sun climbs,
the temperatures respond. right now it's chilly. mostly sunny conditions no breeze, yesterday we had the wind, today there won't be that breeze to cool you off. should be a nice day for football, you might wanted to a hay ride or corn maze. the only shot for rain in the seven-day forecast comes tuesday morning in the form of showers it will be very early in the morning, 6:00 a.m., 7:00 a.m. that's it, otherwise we're crystal clear. we'll have the warmup in the seven-day forecast when i see you again in just a little bit, guys. >> the eagles game day, but before we look forward a look back, you probably remember january 4, 2014, the eagles lost that heartbreaker to the new orleans saints at the playoff at the linc. chip kelly and nick foles won
the last seven games going in. both teams are 1-3. chip kelly is facing fan backlash, nick foles is gone. the eagles are stinging from a last minute loss, this time in washington. sam bradford is aware the fans won't tolerate another slow start. >> i don't think they were happy with our start against dallas. we're not happy with it either. we're frustrated. obviously we're trying to do everything to get it fixed, it's not fun going into half-time to dig out of ourselves out of a he put ourselves in. >> a lot of way it's being portrayed, everybody in here inside we're really close. >> last 6 games against the eagles, a live report from the link on "action news" at noon. 11:35 "action news" sports
sunday, the "action news" sports team and brandon graham breakdown the nfc pivotal game showdown after "action news." heavy rain made an unwelcomed visit to south carolina. thunder and lightning and rain fell on the flood-ravaged state. >> the flooding has caused 20 dams to burst. yesterday's rain forced road moroccos again as water once again flooded streets. >> luckily its finally reached it peak point the river finally crested. it's starting to make its way down, all the water that gotten to us has to make its way back down to the ocean. >> i feel better today than a couple of days ago. the water seems to be going down. it rained a little bit today, that concerns me, it appears
that the water is moving. >> reporter: forecasters are predicting south carolina will have a welcome break of several dry days. >> knew this morning, a man was shot and killed in the street in the tioga section of philadelphia. and police are looking for the killer right now. the man was found wounded in a small alley erie street. investigators are trying to sort out what led up to the gunfire. >> bernie sanders campaigning in colorado n wake of recent -- in the wake of recent college shootings he focused his message on gun control. >> poll after poll tells us that gun owners and non-gun owners believe in common sense approaches to make sure we keep guns out of the hands of people who should not have the guns.
>> hillary did not hold any public events yesterday. the first presidential debate is tuesday night. republican presidential candidate donald trump spoke at a rally touting himself as a man who backs up his talk with action. he leads the poll in southern states. south carolina hosts the south's primary. marco rubio delivered an economic message in nevada. >> it has to be easier and cheaper to do business here than anywheres on the planet. we are competing with all these other countries for the best new ideas an best new businesses and we're losing that competition increasingly. >> rubio said keeping our country safe is the best way to give our children a better future. joe biden was in his native
delaware he refused to answer question whether he will enter the race for president. president obama urged people to shrug off about republican filled talk about voter apathy. he under people to vote. the fundraiser was for the democratic national committee. bobby jendle will be a guest on george george stephanopoulos. this week starts at 10:30. transgendered people marched through center city. kiesha jenkins was beaten and shot on tuesday, march organizers said man transgendered people are uneducated and homeless and have problems with drugs and alcohol. >> bring visibility to the
community. we want equality. of. >> investigators are working to determine if kiesha jenkins was targeted because of her gender identity. >> martin luther king strrnl talks -- sister-in-law talks about fighting off a carjacker. >> a plane crashes into a house. >> a businessman was victim of a crime again, first he was stabbed and now someone broke into his business. >> chase chase utley utley is accused of deliberately breaking a players leg. >> reporter: we're down in the 30s in someplaces. how long does it last? le i'll have the that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast right after this.
sunday, 7:10, 60 degrees, we're looking live at center city from our temple university camera. boy, it's been a nice weekend, cold in the morning, but it warmed up yesterday. the niceness continues, i hope. >> reporter: [laughter]. yes, yesterday it was a little chilly, temperatures in the 50s, it was colder, but by afternoon with all that sunshine. it is october, so the sun is pretty strong. it was a nice afternoon. today will be a repeat performance, today we'll lose the wind. storm tracker 6 live double scan crystal clear no issues this morning. we'll keep it dry today, tomorrow, tuesday morning, you may see a little bit of wet weather in your neighborhood, but i want to stress a little bit, it's not going to be much if you see it all. most of the seven-day forecast is dry. there's not much rain in the forecast. 50 degrees in philadelphia.
dewpoint, 46. winds out of the south at 5 miles per hour. the pressure reading is falling. not too bad in the city. we can handle 50, if you go to the outlying suburbs, the numbers drop off. trenton, 41. lancaster, 40 degrees. the poconos you have a frost add viery in effect for another hour and a half and that will spire. the temperatures are five to 15 degrees colder than yesterday at this time which were ten to 12 degrees colder than the day before before. the numbers continue to drop off. it's a canadian air mass that settled into the mid atlantic and the northeast. tuesday and wednesday it moves out of here and we're in the mid 70s. we have a system skirting to the north and one to the south with the high pressure in between that means clear skies and mild
conditions. sunday, 70 degrees today. 75, 76 by the time we get into monday afternoon and tuesday, showers are possible tuesday morning with the front. it's a very quick-moving front. today looks good, tomorrow looks good, and maybe we get a 6-hour window from monday into tuesday morning, 6:00 a.m. be -- 7:00 a.m. him there could be wet weather. lehigh valley sunny and nice, 68 degrees, no breeze. jersey shore, 68 degrees, more sunshine nice and comfortable from cape may and wildwood all the way up to sandy hook in monmouth county. philadelphia, 70 degrees, sunny and pleasant. the normal high for this time of the year is 69. winds are out of the southwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. overnight tonight, another chilly one coming up. the numbers are warmer than
right now. 44 degrees outlying suburbs, 50 for center city under a clear sky. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, eagles game, no weather issues, 1:00 p.m. start against the saints. sunny and nice for the flyers home opener, 74. tuesday, morning showers, 75. crystal clear, wednesday, 69. thursday, 67. friday, 62. saturday a little chilly and 59 degrees, that's the kind of weather we like for a hay ride or corn maze. >> we were doing that yesterday, there were a lot of people out there. >> reporter: maybe football will keep some of them inside today. >> ntsb was in lake tahoe looking into what caused a plane to crash into a home. two people with were on the plane. their fate has not been confirmed. the plane had taken off to lake
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blast targeting nato soldiers in kabul afghanistan, injured three african civilians. troops were not injured. scuffle broke out at the turkish capitol of ankarra. the scuffle today was between police and pro politician mourners who wanted to lay flowers at the site. turk has imposed three days of warnings. pope francis called the bombings a terrible slaughter. new this morning, a sister-in-law of martin luther king fought back when a man tried to car jack her. it happened outside her gated home in atlanta friday night. >> i said i'm not going to get
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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. ♪ ♪ staci, you have got to geacme. acme.. yes, mom. now. spread the word. vicki, this sale is amazing. the acme stock up sale is here. green giant frozen vegetables are 88¢ each.
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we're not out of the woods just yet. hurricane season runs until november 30. the sheering has been strong and inhibits the storm growth. over the next 24, 48 hours, that sheering disappearance in the gulf of mexico. those waters are very warm. we have an area of low pressure developing in the western carribean it will start to pull to the north and it's going to head into the gulf of mexico where we have water temperatures in the 80s and lack of sheer. some of the models are suggesting that something may develop in the ladder stages of next week. if you're vacationing in the carribean and the gulf it should be a nice week. 9:00 a.m., 52. 1:00 p.m., 65. 35:00 p.m., 70 degrees, wall-to-wall blue skies and ton of sunshine. >> a craft fair continues in
rittenhouse square park showcasing and selling works from the pennsylvania gilded craftsmen. the fair runs 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. chase utley is what a lot of people are talking about this morning. in the bottom of the 7th inning utley who plays for the dodgeers tried to break up a double play. he hit the short stop and break his leg. >> i was trying to break up a double play. he was injured, i i had no intention of injuring him. >> broke my short stop's leg, that's all i know. so. we'll control it, but they are angry. you lose in the playoff series you lose a guy to that series
with an injury, they are not happy about it. >> major league baseball executive joe tory will review the slide to determine if it was intentional. the dodgers won the game 35-2. eagles could take a pivotal turn against the saints. they can advance in the division race or fall to 1-4. >> reporter: eagles defensive tackle fletcher cox said they are sick to their stomachs over the 1-3 start. cox said they will dominate against the saints. good luck. drew brees is a problem for the eagles. he admits to love playing against the eagles and thrives
on it. he is one of the most sacked quarterbacks in the nfl. >> he is so in tuned to what they are doing and he is so sharp in what they are doing. >> new coach, same old problem, flyers are off to another losing season. flyers in a hole right out of the gate. flyers in south familiar minute 23 into the game against the panthers, 1-0. familiar scores again, 2-0. riley smith scores flyers down 3-zip. nathan turns it over -- mason
turns it over wide open net. good night bad hockey. he said he takes full responsibility for the loss. flyers get another shot monday in the home opener. you remember the last time temple was 5-0 to start a season, don't feel bad if you don't know the answer off the top of your head. 41 years. temple final a team to cheer for. how about temple? they end the game on 42-0 run. temple wins 49-10. they are 5-0 for the first time since 1944. penn state rack up 300 yards of offense before half-time.
hackenburg account for four touchdowns. penn state wins 29-7. next up, number one ohio state defending champ. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> eagles players time to show support for cancer month, bernie logan and mark sanchez took part. the tied dyed sox will be part of the funds raising this month. we'll be right back ment >> saying goodbye victims of the
college shooting rampage in oregon were laid to rest. a south philadelphia store owner stabbed repeatedly was the victim of a new crime this one shutting down the business for good. >> fun for a good cause, we go to the hero thrill show for the police and fire department. >> chris sowers is outside, it's going to warm up nicely.
good tailgating weather. >> reporter: good tailgating weather, we have blue skies and not much of a breeze. 37 in quakertown. 38 in saint davids. coatsville, 38. oxford, 37. that's the same number in buena, hammonton, 36. woodbine, 39. glassboro, 43. dover, 39. smyrna, 40 degrees, wasn't it 80 a couple of days ago? wow, things changed now. canadian high pressure system set up over the mid atlantic states. that's why the air is so chilly. it is moving along its way, it will be out of here late this evening, and winds will shift and we're back in the mid 70s. tuesday we could get very, very warm with high temperatures very close to what we experienced
this past friday when we hit a high of 80. some of the modeling has tuesday warm as 78. if you're tailgating bring along something with sleeves. otherwise the weather will cooperate. lunchtime, 64. 3:00 p.m., 68. 3:00 p.m., 66 shooting for the high of 70. here's what the model does for tuesday, 76. the other forecast models has us as warm as 78 or 79. if you don't like the chilly hang in there for the next couple of days because we have a nice warmup in the seven day. that's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast i'm heading indoors and i am going to warm myself up. eva pilgrim. >> for the forecast 6abc.com/weather track the latest systems and get expert insight from accuweather. >> there were tears in oregon
as more victims from the college shooting rampage was were laid to rest. quin cooper was -- quinn cooper was only 18, but left quite a legacy. >> quinn only being 18 had to much and lived an amazing life and obviously touched so many people as you can see. >> to this retired educator's heart i feel comfort knowing that you will be a dancing partly pigeon toed angel. rebecca carnes was laid to rest and a motorcycle caravan paid tribute to a volunteer zookeeper.
all the services focused on the victims' lives not the man who killed them. a burglar broke into a southwest philadelphia school and jeff chirico talked to frustrated friends of the man who was the victim of a crime. >> reporter: this business is boarded up after the overnight break in. the writing on the door says it is closed. it will likely stay that way. >> some knucklehead or parasite took the the the air-conditioner through the wall. they ran sakdz -- ransacked the whole place it's tore up in there worse than when the stabbing took place. >> you can't wait for the man to get better before his family has to endure more pain. >> reporter: patrick spinosa
owed the southwest business for decades. a man armed with the knife entered the store and stabbed him 20 times in the held and torso. he had enough strengthen to call 911. it is unclear what they took in the latest incident. police say they don't believe burglary was connected to the attack. either way it is the last straw for the family who ordered the business boarded up likely for good. >> i don't think his family wants him to come back here, it's not safe. he is getting a second chance at life. it looks like, i'm hoping he takes it. >> reporter: his friend is still in critical condition with serious organ damage. he predicts 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 30 years after the brutal crime. george shaw was ordered held without bail charged with murdering barbara rowan. they were neighbors in bensalem.
the teenager baby salt -- babysat his 3-year-old daughter. the break came in the case when a man who helped dispose of the body testified before the grand jury. shaw was high on meth, the other man is in jail for hindering prosecution. the family of tamir rice shot by a cleveland police officer is angry by a report by outside experts released yesterday. that report concluded that the patrolman had reason to perceive that the he was a threat. the youngster was holding a pellet gun when the officer shot and killed. the family said the prosecutor's office is avoiding accountability. the prosecutor's office said a grand jury will decide if the officer will face criminal charges. new this morning, 100,000 people walked through the streets ofrth
carolina. they marched through the square where a military parade took place. kim jong un said north korea will stand up to to the united states. members of the highway patrol drill team wowed the crowd with daring formations and balancing acts for the hero's thrill show. among the audience, johnny applause --ski.
his father was killed in the line of duty. nicole's father was killed at the age of 10. >> if something ever happens to one of them, it's their family that receives the wonderful donations. they are riding within inches of one another. they do everything on foot before they do it on motorcycle. it's hours and hours of hard work, but they say it's a lot of fun. >> in the audience, the kids they love you, you go out there and ride around and wave, they think you're great. we're a bunch of hams when it comes to that. >> reporter: k-9 officers showed off their attack and obedience scils. organizers say since 2006 they have raised $2 million in slip funds for the children of fallen
officers an firefighters. >> >> reporter: in south philadelphia, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> i could watch those stunts all day all for a good cause and good message. the pennsylvania ballet opens its season with three masterpieces wrapped up in one program. from rock to bach. sky6 live hd looking live in atlantic city, meteorologist chris sowers is back next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's a good one. the stay tuned.
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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.
philadelphia's columbus day parade. alicia vitarelli brings you the sights and sounds from south broad street join us for a celebration of philadelphia's ethnic traditions. columbus day parade started more than 50 years ago. >> by the time the parade begins it will be great weather. for now you need hand warmers. >> reporter: i've been cold all morning, some temperatures are in the 30s right now. some of the coldest air we've seen in 6 months around the delaware valley. but the good news, again, as nydia mentioned, things will warm up nicely later this afternoon. there's the view on sky6 live hd philadelphia international airport. it's nice and quiet. we don't have that wind we're dealing with yesterday. even though it's chilly, you're not feeling a wmp -- windchill out there.
the temperatures are chilly, as well. on city avenue we're starting to get the nice colors on the sugar maples, the nice oranges and reds are starting to show up. it won't be much longer before we have color showing up across the central portions of pennsylvania and new york. we're starting to see color up there. by this time next week we'll see more color here and by the time we get to halloween all the trees will be colorful. it is 39 in allentown. frost add -- add -- advisory in effect in allentown. no breeze his out there. generally speaking it's nice and calm, nice and quiet this morning. satellite and radar, what you
don't see here is a huge area of high pressure planted over top of harrisburg. that high is dominating the weather pattern pushing the storm to the south. the one that brought all the heavy rains to south carolina. it's pushing out to sea. it will show up better on the water vapor. they say the counter clockwise swirl that's the low and here comes the high. it will push it out to sea, our weather will remain nice and quiet for the next several days. once that works out to sea, up and down the entire east coast we're high and dry. winds shifting out of the southwest that gets us up to 70 degrees, tomorrow, we're up to 74, 75 ahead of a cold front which will bring maybe a shower or two to parts of the area after midnight monday night into the first part of tuesday morning. let's say you get a 6 to 7 hour window where you may see wet
weather. after that it's dry for the entire seven-day forecast. sunny and nice today, 70 degrees. winds out of the southwest 5 to 10. 64 degrees by lunchtime. 3:00 p.m., 68. 6:00 p.m. 66. something with sleeves this morning, short sleeves at the you're heading to the linc. lancaster, 68. allentown, 68. mostly sunny and pleasant. trenton, a comfortable 69 degrees, millville, 69. even the shorepoints, cape may and atlantic city checking in at 67 or 68. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast flyers home opener tomorrow, if you're doing tailgating for that. weather cooperates again, 74 degrees, mostly sunny skies, clouding up monday night, shower or two tuesday morning, mixture of clouds and sun the rest of the way. 75 degrees, tuesday is a warm afternoon. the cold front slides through the numbers drop off. next saturday, 59 is the high.
overnight lows even in the city down in the 30s, enjoy today and tomorrow. >> paramedics from new castle county, delaware are holding a food drive collecting canned goods and boxed items that help feed the homeless. paramedics are accepting donations. for a list of items they need and locations head to 6abc.com. tonight a new host takes over america's funniest home video. alonzo vitarelli stalks to him. >> the difference is that when you're looking at it on your phone or computer you're doing it by yourself. when afv it's a show where you can sit down in front of the tv with other members of your
>> pennsylvania ballet kicks off it's new season in just a few weeks with a trio of masterpieces designed to see what the company looks like under new leadership. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: this is artistic director's second season with the ballet. he starts with a triple bill called speed and precision. >> i wanted to start the season with a big boom and blast of energy. >> reporter: speed and precision is three dances. the first features the
rock band the white stripe. >> it's a unique kind of music and movement. to hear the orchestra play it's powerful. >> reporter: the second is bach. >> it's a very, very special piece. to me it's one of the greatest balance -- -- the music wax written by michael neiman. >> the dancers were flying up on the stage, the men are lifting the girls practically they don't touch the floor. it's almost like the train tracks they've exploded from all that speed. its going to be a very special
evening. >> reporter: speed 'precision opens at the academy of music october 22 and running through october 25. for tickets and show time go to the philly.org or 6abc loves the arts. i'm karen rogers. >> rock and roll hall of fame nominees janet jackson, cheap trick and deep purple and yes. you can vote on the rock and roll hall of fame website. the induction ceremony is set for april. ♪ it was a performance by the
the philly pops that no one will forget. two members got married on stage celebrating frank sinatra. mayor nutter did the officiating while they tied the knot. >> the wedding party was comprised of all six 5 musicians in the orchestra with more than two thousand guests packing the audience. >> i would be more than a little jittering with that many in the audience. >> and on stage. >> yeah, we'll be right back.
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52 degrees, look at that, that's pretty cool, right. it's going to warm up nicely. >> reporter: they are doing fishing, not quite striper season just yet. stripers will be running. you want to see something really nice? take a look at this picture sent in from doris down in cape may. beautiful shot of the sunrise. you're seeing a reflex of -- reflection of the sun's rays in the cirrus clouds. right now we have temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s. well be warming up quickly.
if you're heading to lincoln financial field, sunny skies,77. monday, 74 degrees, tuesday, warm, 78 degrees. more seasonable weather wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, here we go, 59 degrees with lows in the 30s. i don't like when you have that reaction. >> it is 7:55 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: hi, nydia, hi, eva. coming up on "g.m.a." we have disturbing images coming out of turkey's capitol. turkish authorities have launched an investigation, but it's unclear who is responsible for the attacks. we go to turkey for answers
thorns. >> reporter: joe biden is in delaware this weekend, sources close to the vp tell abc news he has a week to decide and the decision could come after the democratic debate is set for tuesday where bernie sanders and hillary clinton face off for the first time. is he in or out. >> chase chase sliding into second taking out new york met carted off the field with a broken leg. he is done with the post season. was this a dirty play from utley, major league baseball getting involved. that's coming up next, we'll see you soon. >> katherine scott took part in a softball tournament helping to raise money for a local hospital. it's a three year tradition that benefits the burn center in the
crozer health system. "action news" continues. >> here's some of the stories we're working for you. >> a central pennsylvania woman who called off her wedding made it a day to remember. plus, chris sowers will have more in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now for eva pilgrim, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han have a great sunday! we'll see you at 9:00 a.m.
good morning, america. new overnight. death toll rising. nearly 100 people killed in the peace rally bombings. [ explosion ] twin blasts throwing turkey, a key u.s. ally, into chaos. so who's behind it? the breaking headline in an emotionally charged shooting investigation. the white cleveland officer opening fire on 12-year-old tamir rice. the new reports now in. was it justified? reaction from the boy's family this morning. what will it be? joe biden's big decision on whether to run for the white house. >> who wants to split a pretzel with me? >> me. >> will time with his family this weekend help make up his mind? the latest on the