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viciously attacked during a robbery is hit again. >> eagles face the saints he the linc this afternoon. nice day for the tailgaters. a little cold, but it's getting better out there right now. there's the view in atlantic city. we have clear skies just like yesterday. you'll see wall-to-wall blue skies out there. temperatures will respond. yesterday we topped out at 66. today we'll do a little bit better. we're shooting for a high of 70. it was a chilly start. look at quakertown, 35 degrees, patchy frost north and west of the city. millville are 37. allentown, same number. mount holly, 37 degrees, this was taken in whites bog, burlington county, first frost of the season. yeah it was a cold start to the day. now the numbers are getting better. tanersville up to 48 degrees, martins creek 46.
quakertown 40. saint davids. 40. glass borough, 46. buena, 52. hammonton, 40 degrees. forecast for today. ton of sunshine out there. we'll be warming up, 64 degrees by lunchtime. # p.m., 68 degrees, that's the high of 70 around 4:00 p.m. or 5:00 p.m. there's only one chance of rain in the seven-day forecast. it arrives on tuesday, we'll talk about that when i see you in a little bit. >> philadelphia police are investigating a fight that left a man in critical condition. the happened in the parking lot of a rite aid in the feltonville section. the despite broke out at 3:30. one man was rushed to temple university hospital in critical condition. another man was treated for non-life threatening injuries. so far no arrests. >> the search is on for a gunman in the deadly shooting of the city's tioga section. the victim was found in a small
alley @ park and erie streets. he was shot in the he had and pro uns nod at the -- pronounced at the scene. a 32-year-old man was driving on east albert street off kensington avenue before midnight when someone fired shots in the windshield. the man was hit twice in the face. he is in critical condition. police don't know if the driver was the target of the intended shooting. crews say a 28-year-old mn was shot in the stomach in what they believe was robbery attempt. the man was rushed to temple university hospital in critical condition. a decades old family business in southwest philadelphia may close the doors for good after being targeted by chris in one week.
the first time he was assaulted and left for dead. the second time burglary. >> reporter: the business is boarded up, the writing on the door says it is closed and a family friend says it will stay that way. >> some knucklehead or whoever it may be or parasite seems to have taken the air-conditioner through the wall. >> reporter: david is angry after finding his friend's patrick spinosa business broken into after he was assaulted and left to die. >> they is an -- they ransacked the shop. >> reporter: patrick spinosa's family has owned the auto tag services for decades. before 6:00 a.m. on thursday a man armed with a knife entered the store and stabbed him more than 20 times in the head and
torso. he would enough strengthen to call 911. it is unclear what burglars took in the latest incident. they don't believe the burglary is connected to the attack. either way it is the last straw for the family who ordered the business boarded up for good. >> the family doesn't want him to come back here, it's not safe. else getting a second chance at life. i'm hoping he takes it. >> reporter: his friend is still in critical condition with serious organ damage, he priblghts it will be a long -- he predicts it will be a long road to recovery. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> it's a must-win for the eagles at the linc today as they face the new orleans saint. the saints are coming off a huge win in overtime against the could cowboys. sam bradford could take advantage of a relatively new saints defense. birds fans have not forgotten
the meeting the last time between the two teams. kick off is at 1 m approximate. join the "action news" sports team and brandon graham for a breakdown of the nfc showdown tonight after "action news" at 11:00 p.m. with walter perez and sarah bloomquist. >> philadelphia police officers and firefighters showed off their daredevil stunts to a big crowd. the drill team wowed several thousand people at the heros thrill show. johnny plauski. his father was killed in the line of duty in 2009. >> they will pay for my son to go to college which is a huge burden off my shoulders. it's wonderful what they do. >> the drill team say they are honored to help the families of
their fallen comrads and have fun entertaining the crowd. columbus day parade kicks off at 1:00 p.m. alicia vitarelli is the host and will bring you the sights and sounds from south broad street. the columbus day parade in philadelphia started more than 50 years ago. >> a central pennsylvania woman who called off off her wedding made a day a memorable one. she couldn't get the money back from the restaurant for the reception, so she used the venue to raise money for dogs. >> it's going to something more beautiful. >> reporter: the organization places dozens of dogs in loving homes. thanks to this woman's generosity they will help many more. >> paramedics from new castle
county, delaware are holding a food drive this weekend collecting canned goods and boxed goods to help feed the homeless. for a list of locations and specific items they need head to 6abc.com. >> there's much more to come on the sunday morning edition of "action news." new information on how being social is vital to our mental health. rain cascades down stadium steps as strong storms hit washington state this weekend turning the stadium steps into a waterfall. looking live at philadelphia international errant. whether you're going to the columbus day parade or out to the linc to tailgate. it's chilly out there right now. meteorologist chris sowers saying yes, you will need long sleeves. he'll have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we come right back.
the heavy rains combined with falling leaves covered storm drains causing mudslides in a number of places. some people had to use sandbags to keep the water out. a number of roads are closed at this point. first frost. >> reporter: some areas saw patchy frost down in the mid 30s. >> it's not a laughing matter. >> reporter: the good news it's going to warm up, that will make everybody happy. let's let's get you outside and, temperatures are responding, sun is shining brightly not a cloud in the sky and it's turning into a lovely morning around the delaware valley. that's the live view in cape may. not even a breeze this morning. double scan live not even a cloud in the skies. the radars are clear tonight and tomorrow. there could wet weather that moves in tuesday morning. i'll talk about that in a couple of minutes. 53.
the winds are calm, the pressure reading is slowly rising. 45 in allentown. 37 this morning millville. down to 37. 48 in trenton and wilmington, 50 degrees right on the dot with a wind speed of 6 miles per hour. most of the area is calm, but every now and then you see the slightest breeze out of the west/northwest. winds will be shifting this afternoon in a southerly direction that gets everybody up into the upper 60s and 70 degrees. big area of high pressure planted over the mid atlantic states that keeps us high and dry and it pushes this low out to sea. that brought one to three inches of rain to portions of south carolina which picked up two feet of rain two weeks ago. that was water they didn't need so see in the palmetto state.
this high is forcing the low out to sea. that means our weather is nice and quiet. as we look at the surface maps. big blue area of high pressure, big blue h off the cape. same thing tomorrow, tomorrow is prefrontal, the winds will strengthen a little bit. tuesday, 74, 75. one or two showers pepper the area as the frontal systems races out to sea. otherwise it's nice and quiet. speaking of quiet. 68 degrees in allentown ran bethlehem. jersey shore, same number, 68 degrees, mostly sunny skies, the slightest breeze out of the southwest otherwise very pleasant. if you're heading to lincoln financial field you won't need a
sleeve, you'll need short sleeves, but not long sleeves, mostly sunny and planet. winds out of the southwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. you'll not be dealing with the chilly breeze like we had yesterday. mainly clear and chilly overnight tonight. 44 the outlying suburbs, milder tonight than what we saw first thing this morning. here's the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. mostly sunny today, 70 degrees, flyers home opener tomorrow. if you're doing more tailgating sunny and nice, 74. tuesday, showers in the morning hours. otherwise it's a combination of sun and clouds, 75 degrees. the cold front pulls through the numbers are more seasonable. 69 degrees wednesday. thursday, subtract two down to 67. friday, 62. there's chilly stuff next weekend, 59. >> tomorrow is amazing. >> reporter: maybe a little gray in the morning sun by afternoon. >> thousands of people turned out on the national mall in washington, d.c. for the 20th anniversary of the million man march. much of the focus the call for
changes in police policy in light of unarmed killings of black men. louis farrakhan was among the keynote speakers. he called it the justice or else march and called on everyone to engage young people in the crowd. >> 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. >> welcome back on this sunday,
don't forget the columbus parade is at 1:00 p.m. don't just e-mail or call, visit them in person. people who have little or no personal contact are at a higher risk for depression. researchers found those who met friends and family are far less likely to suffer from depression. those who had contact one or two times a month had a chance of depression. regular contact by telephone, e-mail or social media made no difference. researchers at the university of texas analyzed data of 307,000 people they found that people who exercised 2 times a week had lower chance
of heart cancer because the heart is a muscle that works more efficiently when it is exercised. >> is it okay for pregnant women to have a glass of wine while pregnant? that conclusion is as clear as mulled. on one side it's better to be safe and urge women to avoid alcohol. some experts say an occasional drink in the last try manchester manchester -- try -- trimester. >> it is okay for people to get the flu vaccine other vaccines at a time, there's no risk to mom or baby. it's fall, and it's allergy
season. there are two key characteristics that may signal you have an allergy. >> you don't get itching with a cold. kitchening is a sign of allergies. with colds it's over in five to seven days. allergies last a lot longer. >> it may be attempting to wait to see if symptoms improve, but avoiding allergins may be the best defense. plan outdoor activities when pollen levels are low. craft fair continues in rittenhouse square. sidewalks will be packed with crafts from pennsylvania craftm. the fair runs from 11:00 a.m. to
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it's just better. everyone, 9:23 sunday morning. time for the tropical outlook, i want to show you something real quick. hurricane season lasts through november 30. the model is hinting at something down here, i don't want it to sneak up on you like joaquin did. here's the tropical satellite, this is an el nino year, we get strong winds that blow from west to east and they rip storms apart. even if you have a hurricane developing in the middle atlantic, as it disarlts to
encounter -- is it starts to encounters the winds it has no shot of getting to the u.s. mainland. this model is hinting toward the same idea that the bigger forecast models are showing, as well. there's an area of low pressure developing here it will track to the north into the gulf. the waters are warm in through here, there's signs of something developing. if you're vacationing in fort meyers or tampa, pensacola, houston, new orleans, somewhere in here you may want to monitor the forecast closely over the next four or five days, wait to see what happened. it's quite in the tropics otherwise. back in philadelphia, clear as a whistle, sunny skies and warm, temperatures near 70 degrees. >> layoffs are coming to twitter. social media company is planning
layoffs after jack dorsey was named the permanent ceo. it is part of a reorganization, he said twitter needs to be more focused. in august he restructured the company's product team. the newest addition to jfk is a farm. they will grow bruise for the restaurants. they hope to produce blue potatoes which would be used for blue chips. items grown at the farm will be donated to homeless shelters. she hope to allow animals on the farm. if you're hoping to fly on the top airline on your trip you may have to fly out of the
country. the travel website rated asia pacific, middle eastern and quantas and singapore as the top airlines. they offer first, business premium and economy classes. >> what kind of behavior do you find irritating. the top aggravation are those who standing on moving walkways and next people who seem surprised by the security rules, being asked to remove a laptop from the bag. third crowding the baggage carousel making it impossible to retrieve your luggage. that's annoying. and repacking an overweight bag at the checking counter. for many people, christmas shopping has begun. if you need holiday gift ideas the yearly neiman marcus
christmas catalogue is out. to name a few there's a five thousand dollar super hero. the surprise fantasy gift as an inter active mirror. you can get a two thousand dollar ride down the california coast with key -- keono reeves. scary moments when a drunk driver ran into an suv and good samaritan is nearly run over. >> a 5-year-old is brighter than most her and then she also abruptly kicked out of school. we'll have that when "action news" comes right back.
>> misk flooding residents in south carolina dry out from more rain. >> will he or won't he as vice president joe biden decides whether to jump in the race for president. >> meteorologist chris sowers will let you know how to dress if you're heading to the eagles game this afternoon. >> meteorologist chris sowers is outside with the accuweather call, jackets or short sleeves, chris?
>> reporter: you don't need the jackets like you did this morning, short sleeves for later on. we have a lot of sunshine out here. on city we're starting to get color on some of the trees, to my right we have 60 to 70-foot oaks, they are green, but to the left we have 30 to 40-foot sugar maples, i took this picture around 5:00 a.m. we're starting to get nice color here, you give it a couple of weeks most of the trees will start looking like that. if you like to go leaf peeping as they call it. you have to go up past wilks-berre into scranton area. the closer we get to halloween the more color we'll see in the trees. with the temperatures getting this chilly like this morning, the turn will be quick. 35 in quakertown. pottstown, 46 degrees is the present temperature reading.
you made it down to 37. 52 in buena. 46 in hammonton, cinnaminson, 49. glassboro, 51 degrees. satellite and radar we are crystal clear, no issues on the weather front today. when i come back in just a few minutes i'll have the all-important eagles forecast for you and we have a warmup in the seven day. eva. >> in south carolina the death toll from the state's historic flooding stands at 19. there's been no reprieve from the burst rivers and flooded subdivisions. >> reporter: flood warnings and flash flood warnings are in effect in south carolina in areas already soaked by record-breaking precipitation. larger rivers that are cresting will take longer to recede and
more time for homeowners to go back to their flooded homes for crews to reach hard stricken areas to clean up. >> god bless the national guard. >> reporter: 3500 troops are on duty across the state combing flooded towns and subdivisions looking to help people trapped by water. >> we're trying to provide any assistance that we can to the local population. >> reporter: that includes the elderly some of them not evacuating. >> there are people in-houses in black river completely surrounded by water. they will not leave their home because they are scared to leave their home. >> the university of south carolina gamecocks welcomed by baton rouge after they were forced to leave their city because of the of a flooded
stadium. >> a normal sub shop or grocery store you couldn't get to. >> reporter: abc news, georgetown, south carolina. >> philadelphia police are investigating a special device that was attached to a car. the bomb squad checked out the device at 10th an oregon in south philadelphia. investigators believe it may be a prank. it turned out to be harmless. several supporters of the transgender community marched through center city. they held a picture of kiesha jenkins who was beaten and killed on tuesday. many of them struggle with homelessness and drugs and alcohol. police are investigating to see if kiesha was targeted because of her gender identity. >> former secretary of state
hillary clinton has taken another slide in report losing 10% of democratic voters in a week. she is behind bernie sanders who rose. joe biden who has yet to declare his intentions also rose 4 points. the poll has a 5% margin of error. meanwhile, joe biden was in his native state of delaware. he refused to answer questions whether he would run for president. >> police in atlanta are investigating the carjacking of martin luther king. she fought back when the carjacker came at her outside her gated community friday
night. >> i said i'm not getting out of my car. >> king who is the widow of the younger brother of mlk suffered an injured cheek and busted lip. king said she leaned on her faith to get through the horrifying ordeal. in turkey, 95 people were killed in two suspected bombings, scuffle broke out in the capitol. police are keeping the mourners away because it's an active investigation. turkey has declared three days of mourning. president obama has called turkey's president to extent his condolences. in afghanistan, the taliban claimed responsibility for the attack on foreign troops in kabul. security officials say the blast targeted two armored vehicles
attached to nato. a cell phone video shows a white officer slamming a black stiewrnt to -- student. one student was arguing over a pair of football goggles. suddenly one of them grabs hughes by the throat and throes him -- throws him to the floor. his father said the actions were unjustified. wondered if race has anything with it. >> you see police brutality in excess of use of force. >> reporter: hughes was suspended and not allowed to play in the football game. the department said it is investigating. a driver's dashboard camera cap did youred a wild -- captured a wild crash involving a suspected drunk driver.
a woman in the suv jumped the median and plowed into the minivan. the suv went into reverse through rush hour traffic almost running over the woman trying to help. then the suv slammed into the minivan again. >> i was scared, she mentioned that she hit the grass, i thought i might die. i was thinking i could lose my girls, too, i thought that they would die. >> she called her husband after the first collision and he heard much of the second through her cell phone. the mother and girls are okay, the driver was arrested for dui. a 16-year-old boy was died after falling down an elevator shaft in an abandoned new york city hospital. police say a group of teens were exploring the hospital on staten
island. the teen fell seven stories. people say it's a popular hangout for teenagers. new york city police commissioner, william brat ton was walking down the street. he came up along the student and tapped her on the shoulder. the young woman on her school bag politely removed the joint and suggested that should have a better day without the marijuana. he didn't arrest. >> whoops. >> next time thing about that. much more to come on sunday morning he had "action news." they were born in the same family, but raised apart.
>> sky6 live hd looking at wilmington, delaware, it's not as chilly this morning, it's starting to warm up, a beautiful day on tap. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come back. hey mom, i could use some basil. oh, sure thing, sweetie. life is eating out of a flower pot. wait where's the? right. it's being a food paparazzi. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet. as it should. and a takeout romantic. dessert! happy anniversary.
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the one who is showing all the numbers here, i walked out with my jacket, it was freezing this morning. let's look at the view of the center city skyline from the temple yufort camera he -- university camera. it's nice and warm out there. not a cloud in the sky, it's a picture perfect afternoon. double scan live we won't use that until tuesday morning. otherwise the next 24 to 46 hours looks good. 48 degrees was the low temperature this morning, normally we should be around 50. fleetwood, 47. pottstown, 47. coatsville, 49. saint david, 47. i swear my eyes are going. 50 in martins creek and warrington and center city, 50 degrees. buena, 52.
we're clear we have an area of high pressure planted over the mid atlantic states. we have systems to the north and the south. as long as the high is over top of us it will push those systems away from us. this will will go to the north and the other one off the carolinas. it will go off to sea and head toward bermuda. there's a cold front that will come across high plains into the great lakes tomorrow that will trigger a shower or two, tuesday morning. with the exception of that, most of the week looks good, the high which is situated right here, there's another one out here, usually it sits over the desert southwest that will heat them up. it will most east and sit over the heartland of the nation. it will spread out that means quiet conditions. warm in cincinnati. 53 in philadelphia. 66 in jacksonville. dallas, 65. you'll see 90s and 100s along the western coast in places like
california. on the front range they will warm up in the 80s, cardinal's will be playing in 80-degree weather here tomorrow. high pressure in control. lots of sunshine, tomorrow a repeat performance. the numbers are up a few degrees, you get the idea it's very nice here. this will trigger a shower or brief downpour monday night into tuesday morning. future tracker 6 timing it out for you. wall-to-wall blue skies, tomorrow, sunshine, maybe we increase clouds later on in the afternoon. this is 6:30 some of the high cirrus may start to fill the sky. one or two showers monday night into tuesday morning. mostly tuesday it's the sun fighting off a few clouds. not a bad day at all. wilmington, philadelphia, 7 on degrees, mostly sunny and pleasant. reading, 69, trenton, 69,
millville, 69 degrees. 74 tomorrow, 75 tuesday. this is the average 69. the next three days look good here. wednesday, sun and clouds, 69 degrees, thursday, mostly sunny, 67. and friday and saturday we have another one of those canadian fronts that will slip through it will bring cooler numbers to the area, 62 friday. look at saturday, 59. 39 in the city, close to freezing in the suburbs. >> thanks, chris. a performance at philly pos is one that no one will soon forget. two members of the pops got married on stage at the kimmel center in the middle of the concert, mayor miccal -- michael nutter did the officiating.
price nationwide is 2.31. in new jersey, the price is 1.9 3. a three cent increase and delaware, 2.20. a young girl in kindergarten was kicked out not for bad grades, she didn't make the birthday cut off. >> we noticed that her birthday is not at the end of the months. she should not be able to start school. we'll withdraw her today. that was the call they received after they were on the bus to school. the school said they didn't realize she missed the age cut off by a month and attending classes before they figured it out. she is disappointed and has to
wait until next year to begin school again. a beautiful story out of ohio involving two biologic sisters who were separated as embryos and reunited. 10-year-old janey is daughter of this family they used ibf. this family had their baby girl piper using the embryos. two miracle babies connected bye-byeology, not birth. >> you would never know that they didn't know each other for the first ten years or nine years. >> we do act the same, we argue sometimes. >> the true hallmark of being sisters is arguing. the meeting came about because piper told her parents she would like to meet her biological
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i had in intent to hurt him whatsoever, i was trying to break up a double play. >> this is not the first time he collided with this player. utley could face disciplinary action. >> we're more than 3 hours away from the eagles facing off with the saints in a game that's a must-win for both teams. jeff jeff has that all 0 your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: eagles defensive tackle flesh e fletcher cox said they are sick to their stomachs over the 1-3 start. he said they will dominate against the saints. good luck. saints quarterback drew brees is a big problem for the eagles. he loves playing in philadelphia and thrives on it. he is one of the most sacked
quarterbacks in the nfl this year. >> he is one of the all time great quarterbacks, he is so in tuned to what they are doing. i look at his work ethic and how much he works at the game. i meant makes it very, very difficult. >> reporter: new coach, same old problem, the flyers are off to another bad start. peter kassig -- flyers in south familiar. the minute 23 in the game against the panthers, they beat steve mason, 1-0. the florida scores again, 2-0. not even a minute after this. riley smith scores flyers down 3-zip. minute later, an ugly one, mason turns it over, wide open net. wow he allows 4 goals in less
than 7 minutes into the game. he said he takes full responsibility for the flier lose. afterwards they had a players only meeting. they have another shot at this guy monday in the home opener. can you remember the last time temple was 5-0 to start the season? it's been 41 years since they were this good. temple fans a football team to cheer for. this team was not alive the last time this school was this good. how about temple, thomas scores two of the seven touchdowns, matt ruhl fired up. temple wins 49-10. 5-0 for the first time since 1974. happy home coming in happy valley. penn state fans in a good mood, too. watching them play indiana racking up 300 yards of offense.
hackenburg accounts for four touch down the two in the air, two on the ground. they face ohio state the dwengtd dwengtd -- defending champs. "action news" reporter, katherine scott dropped the microphone and picked up a softball this week for a good cause, they took part in a softball tournament in woodland, delaware county to raise money for a local hospital. it benefits the crozer keystone health system. new mission for the grotto that was blessed by the pope during his visit to philadelphia. >> the man who has become famous in washington stayed all for this pumpkin cannon.
aid leaves a man in critical condition. we'll have a live report. >> a second attack in as many days, a philadelphia business owner who was viciously attack during a robbery is hit again. the eagles face the saints at the linc in the afternoon game. meteorologist chris sowers is at the accuweather big board with the forecast and more. we started out cold, chris. >> reporter: some of the numbers are the coldest we've seen in these specific areas in more than 6 months. quakertown, 35 degrees, three degrees above freezing. pilots, 37. you had frost across the western suburbs. millville, 37. mount holy --7. millville, already closing in on 60 degrees, cape may, you've already hit it. beach haven 60 and dover, 58. it promises to be a nice
afternoon. we have an area of high pressure sitting right here across the shannon valley. by the time we get into tuesday, that high will start to work out to sea and comes a frontal system from the west that will trigger a few showers across parts of the delaware valley, first thing tuesday morning. most of the forecast is comfortable and dry. eagles taking on the saints at the at the linc. no weather issues for this no breeze, 65 degrees by kickoff. 4th quarter, 69 degrees, very comfortable temperatures. when i come back we'll talk about the rain threat on tuesday morning and cooler changes in the seven seven-day forecast. >> the big story on "action news" is the investigation into a brawl outside a feltonville rite aid overnight. >> a man is hospitalized in critical condition following the
fight. trish hartman joins us live at the scene with the latest on the investigation. trish? >> reporter: eva and nydia, philadelphia police say two men were sent to the hospital after the fight broke out here at this rite aid on north 5th street west cortland. officers were called here around 3:00 a.m. one man in his 20s was taken to temple university hospital in critical condition. another man was taken to temple with non-life threatening injuries. no word on witnesses. when we were here along with police overnight. a food truck was very busy. lots of people waiting in line. we don't know if anybody saw anything that led to the fight. a number of businesses on the block have surveillance cameras. including the rite aid itself and pizza place across the street and nightclub. we don't know if anything
helpful was captured on the cameras. no word on what led to the fight. if you have any information philadelphia police would like to hear from you. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> the search is on for a gunman in a deadly shooting in the city's tioga section. the victim was found in a small alley park and erie streets overnight. a man in his 30s was shot in the head. he died at the scene. no motives or suspects in the shooting. the action cam was outside temple university hospital where a man drove himself after being shot in the face. the 32-year-old man said he was driving on east albert street off kensington avenue before midnight when someone fired shots in the windshield. the man was hit twice in the face, he is in critical condition. police don't know if he was the intended target of the shooting. the search is on for a gunman who shot a man during a robbery attempt. it happened 2100 block of east
cheltenham avenue. the 28-year-old man was shot in the stomach in what thenld was was -- they believed was a robbery attempt. he is in critical condition. a decades old business in southwest philadelphia may close for good after being targeted by chris twice in one week. the man was beaten and left for dead, two days later another break in. jeff chirico has the story. >> reporter: this business is boarded up after the overnight break in, you can see behind me the writing with on the door says it's closed. a family friend says it will likely stay that way. >> some knucklehead or parasite seems to have took the air-conditioner through the wall. >> reporter: david is angry after finding his friends' business broken into after he was attacked and left to die in the shop. >> they ransacked the place
worse than when stabbing took place. >> you can't wait for the man to get better before the family has to endure more pain. >> reporter: just before 6:00 p.m. thursday a man armed with a knife entered the storm and stabbed him 20 times in the head and torso. he had enough strengthen to call 911. it is unclear what burglars took in the latest incident. police tell "action news" they don't believe the burglary is connected to the attack. either way it's 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: david said his friend is in critical condition with serious organ damage. he said it will be a long road to recovery. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> communities gathered to
remember victims on college campuses. a candle light vigil was held on arizona university campus where a student was shot and killed. three others wounded. the 18 gunman is 18-year-old stephen jones he was a pledge and all four members were members of delta kai. memorial was held for victims of the mass shooting at umpqua. nine people were killed when a gunman opened fire three weeks ago on the college campus. our schools in our areas should be ready for any emergencies. our area schools have safety plans for just such emergencies. new jersey colleges and universities are required to submit safety plans on how they
will respond to an active shooter on campus. they are reviewed by the state and the organization of the states colleges and universities. >> it is a must-win for the eagles today at the linc as they face the new orleans saints. both teams are 1-3. they are coming off a huge win against the cowboys. sam bradford could take advantage of a relatively new saints defense. birds fans have not forgotten when the saints came into town and knocked the eagles out of the playoffs. kickoff is at 1:00 p.m. you can get all the action from the afternoon game join the "action news" sports team and brandon graham tonight at 11:35 after "action news" at 11:00 p.m. with walter perez and sarah bloomquist. >> philadelphia police officers and firefighters showed off
their daredevil opportunities to a -- stunts for a good cause. the hero thrill show. 6-year-old johnny was there for the event. his father was killed in the line of duty in 2009. >> they will pay for my son to go to college which is a huge burden off my shoulders. it's wonderful what they do. >> the drill teams say they are honored to help the families and fallen comrads and have fun entertaining the crowd. columbus day parade kicks off this afternoon. alicia vitarelli is the host at 1:00 p.m. it will bring you the sights and sounds from south broad street. join us for philadelphia's italian pride. columbus day parade started more than 50 years ago. a central pennsylvania woman who called off her wedding mailed the -- made the day a
memorable one. she couldn't get the money back from the reception. she use it as a fund racer -- fund raiser for a tail to tell. they rescue dogs from puppy mills. the organization has placed dozens of dogs in loving homes. thanks to her generosity they will help many more. >> paramedics from new castle county delaware are holding a food drive this weekend. they are collecting canned goods and boxed items for a sunday breakfast mission that needs to help the homeless. for a list of locations and specific items head to 6abc.com. >> still ahead on "action news" sunday morning him we'll hear from the brand new host of america's funniest home have vi.
georgetown county is one of the hardest hit areas by the heavy rains. flooding caused 20 dams to burst and officials are keeping their eyes 100 more. >> somebody is fighting for the people out there in south carolina. i want to send my prayers and empathy to the people of south carolina what they are going through. >> that's lsu's running back making a generous offer to help victims of the flooding in south carolina. his family lost their home during the flooding in hurricane katrina ten years ago. that game was supposed to be played in south carolina but moved to baton rouge in the last minute because of the flooding. ncaa has given him special permission to sell his jersey and the proceeds going to help the people of the south
carolina. >> reporter: eva, what was the score in that game? >> we're trying to focus on the positive. >> reporter: it's not too late to jump organ the temple train. [laughter]. this is the live shot from the temple university camera. there we go we have a lot of folks enjoying themselves. taking advantage of the nice weather. we have sunshine and comfortable numbers. 57 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint 48. winds out of the west/northwest at 5 miles per hour. they will shift in a southerly direction later on and the barometer is rising. 51 in allentown. 57 in philadelphia. close to 06 across south jersey. trenton, 54. atlantic city, 59. sea isle city, 51 degrees, the slightest brees out of the west -- breeze out of the west, northwest. the winds will shift out of the southwest and that will warm us
up in the low 60s, 70s. we have high pressure over the baltimore washington, d.c. metro area that keeps the weather try dry over the next 48 hours. the only thing we're watching is this guy right here, this is is a canadian cold front. that front will slide east and get in here tuesday morning, it will bring showers to parts of the area probably between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. once we get beyond 7:00 a.m. most of tuesday is dry. temperatures across the county. 64 in wichita. dallas, 71. cowboys taking on the patriots. chicago, 56 and cincinnati 49. you know what, let's take a look at the nfc east. you got your fantasy football
players redskins taking on the falcons. even though they are playing in a dome the weather is nice. next stop, cleveland taking on the ravens, 69 degrees, that's a 1:00 p.m. start time. patriots traveling to arlington, the texas, this is good for the eagles fans, 94 degrees sunny and hot. 59 degrees for the giants up there in east rutherford taking on the 49ers. they will be down in the upper 40s by the 4th quarter. southwesterly winds get us up near 70. high pressure in control. tomorrow same deal. tomorrow night into tuesday morning there could be a shower or two, otherwise it's a combination of and seven clouds. sunny skies for the lehigh valley. nice one, 68 degrees. same exact forecast for the
jersey shore. sun and 6 degrees, -- 68 degree, fantastic finish to the weekend. sunny for philadelphia. 70 degrees, chilly overnight tonight. 44 degrees outlying suburbs, 50 for center city. underneath a clear sky. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, mostly sunny and 70 degrees, tomorrow, 74. showers on tuesday, 75. the temperatures are going above average of 68 degrees, wednesday, sun and clouds, 69. thursday, friday, saturday, we're trengdz down, saturday -- trending down. saturday looks chilly at 59. people who wanted to the hay rides or corn maze everything looks good. >> the knotted grotto has spent the last few weeks finding peace and hope and healing.
it ended last week with the inter faith blessing at saints peter and paul. >> bless the grotto and all the knots that were placed here. >> reporter: more than 150,000 prayers and problems and intentions and knots hand tied by visitors. >> this was a a catylist. >> reporter: before it is taken down it was blessed by pope francis who prayed for every burden and prayer and wish. >> pope francis came here and he blessed all of our knots and struggles. >> reporter: the knotted grotto a nod to one of pope francis' favorite paintings, mary, unduer of knots. this is hardly the end for the
knotted grotto it's like a beginning all of the intentions will be used for a project home facility on north broad street next year. >> these knots will keep many people warm for many years to come. >> reporter: and the physical structure i felt this dome will finds a new home at the brand new francis house of peace opening at 8th and arch in just a few weeks. the city celebrating this news, the francis fundraised 1.4 million dollars. every single penny of that money will go directly to soup kitchens to shelter to places where women would have been trafficked are housed and healing. >> reporter: while there's a bit of sadness while they say goodbye to this beautiful structure, she homes we won't stop helping each other and
praying for each and every other while we continue the legacy of pope francis after his peaceful and powerful visit to philadelphia. alicia vitarelli channel 6 "action news." green giant frozen vegetables are 88¢ each. general mills cereals are $1.88 each. and stouffer's or eating right single serve entrées 50% off. honey, can you bring the truck? full, fresh & friendly. the acme stock up sale. it's just better.
>> welcome back, it is 10:20 a.m., we're taking a live look at some of the beautiful fall foliage by philadelphia international airport. it's going to be a gorgeous sunny day, meteorologist chris sowers will have details on the eagles forecast coming up. we're at the "action news" big board with a look at the odd
and unusual pictures of the week. first take a look at this it's a picture that would make former beatle john lennon happy. his wife put together the largest human peace sign. 6,000 people took part in the event. it was in honor of his 75th birthday. a lot of you going to the pumpkin patches, farmer in washington state has become a local celebrity for launching pumpkins. he has been catapulting pumpkins into air. he said it has the power to launch jack co-lanterns a mile away. hundreds of thousand come to watch the pumpkin launches. this is my favorite. this is two pig engaging in a
tug of war. they share a blade of grass politely, but check this out. the moment of cooperation evolves into a food fate. we cannot tell you who won the tug of war, but we can tell you, each a little bit hungerry -- hungry we guess. tonight a new host takes over america's funniest home videos, alfonso riberio will take over for tom bergeron. he talked with alicia vitarelli about taking over the duties of the longest running prime time show in abc's history. >> yes you can go to social media to watch videos, the difference is when you're looking at it on your phone or computer you're doing it by
yourself. with a show like afv you can sit down with your family in front of the tv. you can watch clean fun family entertainment. >> it pro -- premiers tonight at 7:00 p.m. with new host alfonso riberio. meteorologist chris sowers takes a final lieu look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll be right back. since 1961, pearle vision has provided the neighborhood
days. governor wolf and the legislature can't agree on taxes. how can will it go, who will compromise, who will cave in. the philadelphia mayoral election is three weeks from tuesday, why isn't nain pay attention -- anyone pay attention. we'll talk about that. remembering one of our former insiders here, jerry mondesire. >> beautiful day. >> reporter: we'll get a check. eagles forecast, taking on the saints, 1:00 p.m. start time. mostly sunny, 65 degrees kickoff. 69 degrees the 4th quarter. the slightest breeze out of the southwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast if you like it warm, you'll love tomorrow, 74. more sunshine and maybe as high as 75, 76 by tuesday. >> thank you, chris,.
this week with george stephanopoulos is coming up on 6abc. martha raddatz fills in for george this morning. >> who will fill in john boehner's seat in the house. >> reporter: a critical week in politics, the gop in turmoil as our side dominate the 2016 race. conservatives are bringing chaos to capitol hill over who will be the next house speaker. meanwhile, democrats gearing up for their first debate. joe biden won't be there, but a new clue he may jump into the race. also i got a sneak peek at the hit show homeland. eva and nydia back to you. >> she's clearly a fan. >> we'll be live at the linc as the eagles take on the saints. >> it's a chilly tail of a
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.
>> announcer: starting right now on abc's "this week." stunning shakeup. republicans in congress desperate to find a new leader. as chaos erupts on capitol hill. can someone finally bring the party together? plus, crunch time. democrats preparing for their biggest moment yet. facing off in the make-or-break debate in just two days. with sanders surging and clinton struggling, who will come out on top? and, is biden finally jumping in? the clock ticking down on his 2016 decision. why it could happen this week. from abc news, "this week" request george stephanopoulos begins now. and good morning. i'm martha raddatz. so many developing stories as we