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lingering problems at the airport. and former phillie chase utley has been cleared to play tonight after the controversial slide, but the incident isn't over yet. now to the details, atlantic city police identified a victim in a weekend hit-and-run, but they need the public's help in solving the case, nora muchanic is live along route 30 with more. hi, nora. >> reporter: yeah, investigators don't have a lot of the to go on and they are asking for the public's help. this accident happened saturday night directly across the from the humane society. the victim was discovered by a passing motorist. >> no i.d., all dark closing. >> reporter: atlantic city police are looking for a driver who struck the man going over a concrete median on absecon boulevard known as route 30. >> if anybody was in the area or behind the motor vehicle that
could have clipped thepedestria. 35-year-old was found on the side of the road saturday night. investigators say the driver may not know he hit the person. it wasn't a full frontal impact. the pedestrian was either on the drivers side door or passenger side -- or he made it half way through the street and the mirror passer side mirror could have clipped the pedestrian. >> reporter: police are working to find the car model from the mirror. although the victim had no identification when the police went back to the crash site they found a paper with his name on it. he is in stable condition after having surgery on a broken arm. police are asking for witnesses or driver to come forward. >> possibility they may have not have known they hit a person
and dark clothing and and and s. we want to get this squared away. >> these are the cameras outside the humane buildings. they are angled in such is way they did not impact the investigation. this area has been the scene of a number of bad accidents over the year involving people who hospital over the median and cross the highway, so, again, with information is asked to call police. live in atlantic city, i'm nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> all right, nora, thank you, in other news police arrested padro redding in connection with a deadly robbery in the logan section of philadelphia. he is charged with murder and robbery and the death of stevens jenkins known as sky eastbound i can't. he was shot getting out of a car in logan. it's a popular spot for transgendered prosecutes. jenkins was known as a high
earner prostitute and it was possibly the motive for the murder. police are looking for the person who targeted the 7-eleven store in feltonville after 4:30 a.m. witnesses told police the suspect walked in and demanded money and ran off. it's not clear what, if anything, was taken, no one was hurt. southwest airline said the computer system is up and running after a compute glitch snarled travel. workers had to issue handwritten boarding pass. they are trying to get delayed passes and luggage to the right locations. let's check in with karen travers live in washington. >> reporter: good afternoon, rick a lot of headaches for passengers across the nation.
long lines apt airports as they tried to get checked in for the southwest flights. today, things are back to normal, but no details on what happened. problem solved, but what was the problem. southwest airlines said the computer systems are back up and running this morning but hadn't said the reason for the technical glisms -- glitches that caused travel headaches for their passengers organ sunday. southwest is asking customers to arrive two hours before departure and print their boarding passes out before they arrive. the airline mobile app computer and reservation centers all impacted sunday. >> i was like something is wrong with our computer. >> reporter: 500 out of 3600 daily flights were delayed. southwest used bus stop procedures to get -- back up procedures to get customers checked in.
at airports across the nation, lines stretched out the door. >> we heard it in los angeles and we wanted to get an early start. nnch los angeles, tents were set up and handed out water. today, there are fewer delays and much short term lines at airport. reporting live from washington, karen travers channel 6 "action news." >> a small fire forced the emergency landing afternoon alaskan airline flight in buffalo. the flight was heading from newark to seattle, the fire was put out before it made it to buffalo. none of the 89 passengers or crew on board were hurt, the cause of the fire is under investigation. we have another nice day for you. if you have not been outside yet get out there and joan this afternoon. sky6 live hd looking live at penns landing on this
christopher columbus day holiday for some of are -- some of us. meteorologist david murphy is outside it was on the chilly side when we started out david. >> reporter: i noticed the difference as i got out well before dawn i'm sure you did, too. look at this image for you, we're looking at what's going on the last 12 hours, there isn't any cloud cover to show you on satellite. every now and then we get that image and that's the way it is today. 68 degrees is the current temperature in philadelphia. it started out chilly this morning partly because we had light winds and clear skies overnight and now we're looking to improve from that cool start. 67 in washington, 70 in new york city. a little cooler air to the west, but not much of a factor. 4:00 p.m., 75 degrees, is well above average. normally we're in the upper
60s. 71 degrees by 6:00 p.m. back in the 60s by 8:00. low 600s by 10:00 p.m. tomorrow cloud cover sweeps in at some point looks like we'll get a line of showers coming through. future tracker 6's latest take is to have something around philadelphia around 11:00. there's the possibility of something in the afternoon. the main rain for tomorrow not lasting long and not covering a large portion of the area at any one moment. rick, it's a beautiful day, if you're heading outside maybe bring a light jacket for the late afternoon hours, right now i'm almost ready to take off the suit coat. it's comfortable get outside and enjoy it if you can. >> already, david we'll see you -- all right, david we'll see you back inside. next monday night, the eagles face the giants, but one giant is already in a battle,
one giant has mrsa. he is in intensive care and in danger of having his foot amputated. the infection set in after a toe and ankle injury. he was hospitalized when his temperature shot up to 104. the whole team was thinking about fellows in the game with the 49 errs. >> we want to dedicate the game to fellows and his family and give him the game ball. >> he said he is grateful for the support he received and won't let mrsa defeat him. chase utley will play when the dodgers meet the mets in the national league playoff. he was given a 2 game suspension for this slide which broke the short stop's leg. baseball analysts including two former phillies have mixed reaction. >> i was a base runner in that
situation your job diso clear him away -- is to clear him away. >> he is not a dirt player, but he did slide late. >> reporter: the dodgers stand behind him, but umpires warn the team about retaliation. chris coons and u.s. representative hosted a job workshop. they develop resumes and develop interview skills several retailers will be hiring hole at a workers from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the court in front of jc penny. much more to come on "action news" at 12:30. an 11-year-old who could barely touch the pedals becomes a
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some fear the attacks the beginning of a new uprising. the victim of a fiery accident in canada will get help. 47 people died and the town was detective have -- devastated in3 when the runaway train carrying oil exploded. coast guard has rescued a boater adrift for five days off the coast of hawaii. crews received a may day call on saturday who said the sail boat's mast was destroyed in the storm. he was alone and running low on water and power. crews found the boat and tow owed -- towed it in. the case it's carrying survival equipment and being ready for an emergency. an 11-year-old girl took
responsible for herself and mom when she took the wheel of the car when mom had an emergency. they were on their way to see her dad her mom had a seizure and passed out. katie took control of the suv. >> i unbuckled my seat belt. i was sitting on her lap and i had to move the steering wheel. >> when she tells me the story, i'm scratching my head and i am thinking wow, what a brave little girl. >> two motorists one a paramedic nurse stopped to help until police came. the family would like to find the motorists to thank them personally. as we look live from sky6 live hd at the jersey shore a pretty picture from atlantic
is getting an early start out west. schools and day care centers in reno nevada are cleaning every surface after 19 schools had an outbreak of the virus, norovirus is highly contagious that spreads through touch and air. kids will be asked to wash their hands often with good old soap and water. manufacturer and government safety experts are in discussions making furniture safer in light of children being hurt from falling tvs and chest of drawers. a child dies every two weeks from a tipover. parents are asked to anchor items to the wall.
safety experts want the furniture to be more stable even without traps straps or anchors. david murphy is back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: a little warm this afternoon and the sun goes down early, the sun starts to drop, too. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry at the 12:30 hour more like 1:50 in a couple of -- 12:50? a couple of minutes. sky6 live hd looking at the ben franklin bridge. light wind on the delaware. the winds are calm. the highlights we have two more mild days in the store. today the prettier of the two. we have two rounds of warmer air in the search day forecast. winds out of the southwest at
7 miles per hour. fairly light. we have clear skies overhead with cloud cover on the other side of the toronto and well off the coast. generally speaking you're looking at a a lot of blue the rest of the way. 75 in philadelphia. 75 in wilmington. 74 in trenton. 74 in allentown. 73 in reading. down the shore a little bit cooler, 69 in cape may. only getting up to 70 on the beach in atlantic city. appellants conditions light winds from north to south. the rest of the way, 74 degrees by 3:00 p.m. that's coming down going up to the 4:00 p.m. high of 75. we'll drop to 73 by 5:00 p.m. all the way up to 5:00 p.m., still in the 70s and comfortable. after sundown 68 degrees and the low 60s by 9. the upper 50s overnight tonight. there will be clouds gathering ahead of the approaching front. it won't get as chilly tomorrow morning as this morning. in any event tomorrow's big story will be the front churning clouds through the region.
it will be warm ahead of the front. 70 degrees. we'll have sprinkles and showers popping through at times. from down to noon they will a line of showers coming through and other spotty sprinkles and showers another model bringing a light rounds in around 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. dry, clouds and sun, and chance of a shower popping through. the exclusive accuweather five-day forecast is exclusive accuweather forecast, sunny and nice afternoon. the high of 75 will feel good. if you're going to the flyers home opener, why not get the first win on the board. more clouds and sunny breaks on tuesday, as you saw occasionally a sprinkle or shower rolling through and 74 is the mild high. as the front gets away from us,
we'll see a high of 67 degrees wednesday and thursday, and then friday clouds and showers possible. that's another front that comes through. when that front exarlts -- departs the region we winds up chilly for -- we wind up chilly are to the temple game, 59 degrees. sunday morning, some of the suburbs may go down into the 30s, when we wake up on sunday, we might see a bit of frost on sunday morning. >> wow, that would be an eye opener. thank you david. california's long drought is affecting the brewers, they are being asked to cut water by 25%. they say that will take hurt production because it takes 7 gallons of water to make a gallon of beer. many breweries are seeking
exemptions california has 600 craft breweries the most of any states. there's a new twist in the strange life in actor randy quaid who was arrested after crossing the border from canada to the u.s. they were accused of being squatters in the guest house of a home they used to home. canadian authorities threat itenned to deport him. the face of the most wanted man in mexico and the u.s. has become a halloween cost -- costume. the mexican company created the mask of joaquin "el chapo" guzman. 34 people linked to his escape are under arrest, but there's no word if they are closer to catching the drug lord. it's part political statement, mexicans are thumbing their noses at their government saying
"dancing with the stars" where the celebrities dance with new partners the ones you voted for them. max will be back as a judge. the other day we spoke with alfonso riberio about his days on "dancing with the stars." he has been a competitor host and judge he said judging was the toughest. >> it's hard to judge the celebrities whin exactly what -- when i know exactly what they are going through and i know how hard they work every week. i know how i felt when the judges might not like the hard work that you put in. >> "dancing with the stars"
tonight at 8:00 p.m., followed by castle at 10:00 p.m. and stay tuned for "action news" at 11:00 p.m. david is back with a last check of the holiday forecast. >> reporter: nice day to have the afternoon off. 73 degrees in reading and pottstown and downingtown. lots of sun, light winds, pleanlt. in philadelphia. -- pleasant. in philadelphia, 75 degrees. mid 70s in the i-95 corridor. winds running 6 to 12 miles per hour. as you head closer to the coast it's cooler. a couple of spots in the upper 60s, but even there, rick, light winds and lots of sun appellants this afternoon. here's -- pleasant this afternoon. here's a look at the what's coming up on "action news" at 4:00 p.m. pennsylvania lawmakers are looking at new ways to end the state budget impasse. the dentist who killed the
where is carla? she's supposed to be here by now. >> yeah, i'll call her. carla, where are you? we're at the test track. we're waiting for you. what do you mean you're lost? >> give it to me. >> carla, it's mario. yes, epcot, through the gate. past spaceship earth. take a left. we're right here. you can't miss it. we're right here, come on! hustle up! >> here i am! here i am! >> carla, sheesh. >> sorry. okay, now what? >> carla, we have to get to the stage. we've got 300 people waiting for us at the epcot international food and wine festival. >> call a cab. >> no, i got an idea. [ laughter ] >> how fast do you think this baby can go? >> i don't know. let's take it for a spin and see. >> all right, everybody buckle .