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autumn marisa is standing by with more in the "action news" traffic report in just moments. we are following breaking news in the case of a psychiatrist found dead in her home. 21-year-old christopher firk is now held without bond including first degree murder. police say that frick met her three years ago and was plotting to kill her ever since. once there he confronted and then stabbed herself times. sara bloomquist is gathering new information on this right now, one of the latest in a live report coming up at 5:00. hello and good thursday afternoon, i'm brian taff. >> i'm sharrie williams, we are following a developing story out of camden county, where an 80-year-old crossing guard is arrested for distributing child pornography. david henry is live in magnolia
with the details on this one. >> reporter: 80-year-old rudy cube was not at his post here as a crossing guard this afternoon, because he is behind bars unable to make $100,000 cash bond. >> i'm in a state of shock, i didn't think somebody of his caliber would do something like that. >> rudy cube is a member of the magnolia school board and works part-time outside of the magnolia school as a crossing guard and now he is in jail, police went in with a search warrant at 6:00 this morning and investigators say they found several computer hard drives loaded with child pornography. police were monitoring a sharing program and noticed that child pornography was being downloaded with an ip address located at his home.
he is held on $100,000 cash bail and is charged with possessing andributing child pornography. parents had an uneasy feeling about cube. >> the way he looked at kids walking down the street and stuff, a little odd to me. i just kept walking, i was like well i'm here i know he isn't going to try nothing. >> we reached out to school superintendant warren cross but his secretary told us they were advised not to comment. live in magnolia, david henry, channel 6 "action news." >> all right david thanks very much. police are looking for the
suspects that robbed two tam pel students this morning. >> some students are now on edge, annie mccormick is live on campus with the details. >> reporter: temple police are urging studentses to utilize measures they have. and are beefing up secure after several incidents in recent weeks including one that happened here near in intersection on campus. here near susquehanna, a temple football player was a victim to a robber, with a gun. they stole his car and phone. at 3:00 a.m., at 15th and montgomery on temple's campus, two men at least one armed robbed a 21-year-old student of his keys wallet and phone. police believe the incidents were unrelated.
>> it's shocking and disheartening. >> campus officials want students to utilize escorts and shuttles provided by the university. they beefed up security after an armed sexual assault of a student last week. s shaheed bennett was charged with that crime. >> i feel pretty safe there is security everywhere, i guess it's just bad luck. >> they have video of the one of robberies and are suppose to release it later today. two dover police officers are recovering in the hospital after being dragged across a parking lot by a suspect in a car. the incident happened earlier today. patrolman willy johnson responded to a call of a man loitering at a parking lot at
the hamilton shopping center, as they tried to talk to the suspect, christopher brewer threw the car in reverse and dragged the officers with it. he was arrested and is now facing multiple charges. a fallen trooper will be forever remembered in newcastle county, a memorial sign was unveiled along polanski highway in glasgow. officer willhelm lost his life while swerving to avoid a dog on polanski highway. family and friends were there to honor his life and service. now it's time for a check of the accuweather forecast. meteorologist, adam joseph, standing by now with what comes next. >> typical for this time of year, we have the sunshine and wind from the west, between 6 and 12 miles per hour. look at the present temperature in philadelphia, we are sitting at 65 degrees and notice the
warmth to the south well above normal, 91 in memphis and 91 in dallas and flip to the north, you have cool air in chicago and bismark with temperatures in the 50s and 60s. in between the two you usually have a pretty decent battle zone going on this time of year but there is really a weak front across chicago, that comes through late tonight and early tomorrow morning, and then a secondary front behind that and that is what you would call an arctic front for this time of year and that blasts in below normal temperatures across much of the lower 48 by the weekend, future tracker for tomorrow afternoon, 65 much like today and notice the 40s in chicago and by saturday morning, 30s dip into st. louis, and 40s as far south as memphis and atlanta, georgia, so ahead in the accuweather forecast, 60s tomorrow and 50s for highs this
weekend and overnight in the weekend, we are looking at a killing freeze and frost likely. alicia will have the dipping numbers coming up in the full forecast. >> thank you, today president barack obama explaining his shifting timeline, announcing that fewer troops than expected will leave the country by next year, defending his decision by saying it's vital to our national interest. troops were to come home by the end of 2016, and now as many as 5500 could stay on the ground there to aid in ter operations and assisting afghan forces. >> in key areas of the country the situation is still very fragile. in some places there is risk of deteriorati deterioration. >> top officials report a surge
in violence with the taliban and isis and they are not ready to go it alone and need more training from our military, and the president is assuring the american public today that the job for u.s. forces in afghanistan has not changed only the timeline. >> alicia a conversation that is far from over, thank you. a time to get a check of what is happening on our roads. autumn marisa is in the traffic center, beginning with the situation on the schuylkill expressway. >> hi brian and sharrie, on the schuylkill expressway, a serious accident, the eastbound lanes between 28th street and passyunk, the eastbound lanes are closed, this overturned dump truck and this white truck as well. traffic is being detoured off on to 28th street, that is getting by but the eastbound lanes of the schuylkill completely closed and have been now for about is a minutes, we are starting to see a huge backup on the eastbound
lanes of the schuylkill, really from the blue route now to this point taking you almost an hour. you can see the long line of traffic there, very, very slow going and a serious accidents, you want to start looking for alternates around that point. again, they are allowing vehicles off on 28th street. moving along we'll show you another situation we are dealing without there, this one is on 95, this is 95 northbound just north of the delaware line, we had an accident at curlin street and all lanes are blocked there, a slow delay what normally takes you 10 minute from the delaware state line to the blue route is 35 minutes now. and checking out speeds across the region, the schuylkill expressway the slow go from the blue route all the way to the point at university city, we'll keep an eye on things and bring you an update in the next half hour. >> okay autumn thank you.
still ahead on "action news" at 4:00, a new jersey town teams up with uber, how a program is aiming to keep drunk drivers off the road and the democratic national convention just nine months away but the city says this one will be good for local business. and tgit, we take a look at tonight's prime time lineup and reveal how you can get a special behind the scenes look at the biggest stars.
the committee in charge of planning the democratic committee, the 2016 convention nine months from now and officials are working to repair the city and small businesses, vernon odom is live now with more. unlike the papal visit they say this will be a boost for the bottom line. >> that is exactly what they are saying and what mayor nutter is
promising the people of philadelphia, the conventions will be held here at the major portions of it will be held here at the wells fargo center, and that is nighttime but during the daytime hours, folks are known to spread a lot of money around late into the night. this is the democratic national convention in north carolina back in 2012, the spectacle now moves to philadelphia, it is expected to bring 50,000 people to philadelphia, delegates, big spending lobbyists and media to our town. lots of money to be spent here, more than $3 million anticipated and the democratic party is contracting with local vendors, 35% minority participation. >> small businesses and large businesses we want everybody to have a shot at the pie. >> i am confident that our
respective teams in partnership will make every effort to meet and we expect it will exceed our goals. >> already understand contract to do most of the printing for the convention is the minute man printing shop near broad. >> not a union shop, they want us, they came because they want our quality and someone that is responsive and i am thankful i am able to do that. >> mayor nutter says this is far different from the pope's visit, the conventioneers are big spenders not pilgrims with limited cash. >> nowhere near the security impact and virtually no security issues with regard to center city, the venue is the wells fargo center. >> sharrie, convention officials
and mayor nutter will go online in the week as head to help potential vendors land a piece of the pie and get a piece of the business next summer. i'm vernon odom, channel 6 "action news." >> i'm sure businesses are excited about it vernon thank you. tens of millions of people on social security will not get a cost of living boost next year, the benefits are tied to inflation that is brought down by falling gas prices, if the price of goods increase, the payments stay flat, this is the first time in five years the government has not increased benefits, they call the decision another blow to retirement income. >> the arrow is green across the board and a big rally, the dow closing up more than 200 pointses and the nasdaq up 87 and the s&p up 37 as well. and today is the time for
homeowners to challenge their superstorm sandy flood claims, fema is reviewing claims from people that feel they were short changed. more than 100,000 homeowners participating in the program suffered a loss when the storm hit three years ago and many say they were underpaid and 16,000 asked the government to take a second look at their case. cool and calm and beautiful out there today as we get another check of the accuweather forecast. >> i'm not complaining, lets check in with adam joseph. >> if you thought today was cool, bundle up this weekend, we take a live look right now at honey brook, pennsylvania. the leaves are turning late because of the dry spell late summer and the early fall and the above normal temperatures but with the cold air coming in this particular weekend, it will start to speed up the leaves
changing color. temperatures 65 and philadelphia 63 and 63 dover, it's pretty uniform with the westerly wind and the speeds again around 10 miles per hour zone. as we look at satellite 6 along with action radar high pressure is in control and high pressure in the northeast and deep south and a cold front to the north and west and not a lot of precipitation, a cold front draped through chicago that will push through late tonight and tomorrow morning, it is not going to bring a whole lot our way, some clouds developing and maybe a sprinkle in the lehigh valley in the morning. the clouds will filter in later tonight and 53 philadelphia, 55 in cape may, and lehigh valley, and the poconos, you could see a scattered shower, late tonight and early tomorrow morning at 5:30, showing that over the poconos and the rest of the region south of philadelphia, away from the front, it could be sunny first thing tomorrow
morning, 55 in millville and 53 in philadelphia, the front passes through and sunshine takes control much like today with a few clouds in the afternoon, 64 in philadelphia and 62 in allentown and this is 3:00 and mid-60s south of the city and the second cold front comes through early in the weekend and saturday afternoon, high temperatures only in the 50s, only with sunshine and a few clouds and in the poconos 44 degrees, and at the same time with the chilly air coming in and with the wind to contend with on top of it, saturday afternoon we are looking at wind speeds 20 to 25 miles per hour. and these are gusts in the afternoon and that will add to the chill with highs only in the 50s. your four day at 4:00 forecast, sun and clouds and 67, lets say warm degrees, saturday windy and chilly and clouds bubble up in the afternoon and a high of 57 and sunday brisk, cold and cloudy and the northern suburbs
not getting out of the 40s for highs, and 51 for the city and frost saturday night and sunday morning but a more widespread killing frost monday morning and 20s likely in the suburbs and monday sunny and chilly and 52 degrees but the sun is in control, and protect the tender vegetation saturday night into sunday and sunday night into monday. howard high school of technology in wilmington took part in the activities and had a very special guest on hand. rob stinta was in charge for the day, his dad harry stinta was the real principal in howard, and he passed away from cancer but his name lives on through his son and the senta center. it provides career development for howard seniors.
tonight is our marathon tv night, three hours and we hope you are ready for handra land. on "scandal" fitz and olivia on the run and hiding. and finally "how to get away with murder" is on fire, cho shot analise and will she live? and making a surprising trip to see nate's wife. that is tonight at 10:00, and head to our 6 abc facebook page to find out what is ahead in the show, and maybe get a few spoilers and some laughs, that is right now on our "action news" 6 abc facebook page.
and at 9:00 we'll be watching and tweeting together. >> a big night and alicia you sound excited about it. >> a little bit. >> i can't blame her. thanks very much, up next a proposal to change pennsylvania's gun laws that is gaining popularity. >> plus, a new jersey town is offering free rides hope from the bars, details on how the new program is aimed at stopping drunk driving. you think it's a lot to drive the turnpike here.
and they did at a fraction of the price and it was dedicated today. there is a new proposal to change pennsylvania's gun laws, victims of gun violence stood with legislators as they introduced the bill, it would stop gun buyers from buying long guns without a background check, the new measure gained additional support because it strike a compromise. >> it's a way to strengthen the background system check but at the same time helping law abiding gun owners. if approves it would close the last remaining loophole. evesham township is teaming up with uber to offer rides to drunk drivers to homes in evesham, they came up with the
idea after seeing a spike in dui's, the township will pay the fare. for specifics on pickup and drop-off locations head to 6abc.com. still ahead on a thursday arks love triangle goes wildly alive, landing a mere cat expert in caught. what she did over a llama keeper to a monkey handler. and two defendants in a g gay -- if are you in the market for a new leaf blowering listen up, consumer reports tested about 50.
it's 4:30 and we continue with thelarity of the, an accident snarling traffic in the philadelphia university section, chopper 6 hd is live own the eastbound schuylkill expressway near 26th street, that is where a flat bed truck overturned just about an hour ago. the driver was trapped in the wreckage for about 10 minutes, as seen in the video we were able to capture on the ground, after being freed, the 65-year-old man was rushed to penn presbyterian hospital, his
condition is unknown. stay with us online and on air for the latest on this story and autumn marisa will have an update on how this is affecting traffic. two men that brutally beat a gay couple last year spent their final afternoon in center city yesterday. they banned them from the area for at least three years today, all part of a plea agreement today. the other defendant, knott is trying her luck in court. >> reporter: those two men pleaded guilty to their part in the violent attack on the gay couple here in center city, but this case is not over, a third alleged attacker has decided not to take the deal and go to trial instead. >> 24-year-old phillip williams
and 26-year-old kevin harrigan entered guilty pleas in court today. >> my client has always been remorseful for his conduct in this case. >> he will be on probation and neither will be allowed in center city during that time and they are required to do 200 hours of community service in an lbgt center. >> they were trying to protect the young lady that was assaulted, that is clear and uncontradicted by the evidence and was never involved in any slurs. >> the victims maintain that gay slurs from someone set off the scuffle from the couple and the large group of friends, the district attorney says it's important to send a message in it case that this behavior would not be tolerated. it was the wishes of the victims that we not have a trial.
katherine knott did not take the deal, opting for her case to go to court. >> she did not touch anybody. >> i made it clear to her and her attorneys, if she goes to trial, i will seek jail time. knott expects that his client's trial will go to court in the spring of 2016. eva pilgram, channel 6 "action news." >> that is far from finished thank you. meantime, philadelphia police hope you can help them find a violent pick-pocket to find a senior citizen that caught them in the act. the number 26 bus caught the suspect reaching into the victim's pocket and when the 65-year-old man confronted him he pushed him and started purging him and the victim tried to fight back and was overpowered and eventually knocked unconscious, if you
recognize this suspect call northwestdetectives. the police department worked to recover 149 children, and 153 alleged pimps were arrested. two victims and two suspects were from the philadelphia area. this is the ninth year for the operation that targets hotel and casinos and other areas known to be frequented by sex traffickers. >> the company with a long history is staking tds future in our area. they cut the ribbon on the new state of the art headquarters inmal vrn today. the situated on 65 acres and it comes on the very day that they mark their 350th anniversary. the company specializes in
manufacturing materials. was founded by french king, louie xiv in versailles in paris. some hard working students are getting financial help to support their education, they gathered at archbishop ryan to support their education, 17 freshman of the archdiocese were chosen for the honor and they with established by stone products that operate funeral homes in several states. >> brian is not complaining i don't think. >> he complains most of the time. on a sunny day how can you, it's cool out there, but wait until the weekend cooler air is about to set in. as we take a look live from our sky 6 hd camera from philadelphia international airport no weather woes, lots of sunshine upstairs and the temperature 65 degrees and the
dew point low at 36 and the dew point drops into the 20s and that allows the temperature to drop close to the freezing points, winds out of the west at 15 miles per hour. and the pressure is at 30 inches. all right it's a quiet day, lets head to school again, do not shout out what you think is the answer here, which pigment is responsible for the red color in leaves, is the krot noid or b color fill, or canthocyanin. >> that is an easy one. >> i love how alicia shouts it out. we'll have the seven-day forecast coming up. a mother and daughter from philadelphia have teamed up to fight back against breast
cancer, they are working hard to raise money for a cancer walk in honor of several loved ones. rick williams is live in the newsroom with more on this story. >> thank you, this is an inspiring story, they named their team the pink eagles and they will make strides against breast cancer walk, vanessa jones is a breast cancer survivor herself, she and her youngest daughter were stricken with it and they are fighting back trying to raise $10,000 for the walk and they are close to their goal. coming up in health check here about this family's grass roots fight to fight cancer and giving selflessly to others. that is coming up at 5:00. until then back to you. >> thank you. check this out, a double dose of star power visited us at the 6 abc studios, elijah woods
came to talk about the witch hunter, the duo by the way no strangers to fantasy action and the taste of the super natural. >> the super natural thriller basically and it's an action packed adventure. >> are you not qualified for what happens next -- >> a genre that is more than familiar with alum, eli wood. and unlike the wildly popular productions of their past, both actors tell us what drew them to the last witch hunter is a frsh franchise. >> it was original, the fact that there are no video games backing it or books i suppose,
it was a new concept. >> elija wood grew up in the industry and he says this is how he approaches his life and career. >> don't know what is around the bend and i like that. i don't make a lot of plans in records to the work i do and i don't overthink, i'm always surprised. >> she says that game of thrones was the perfect spring board for complicated roles coming her way, in this film she is chloe and she can access people's minds. >> what do people wants if they can have a super power. >> i don't know. >> reading people's minds could be pretty cool. the film comes out, the last witch hunter just in time for halloween. they were popular in the newsroom here today.
>> i missed it. >> star sighting times two. still ahead here today, i'm going to say this, a cat fight between a mere cat expert and a monkey handlers, lands one in court and why they were scraping over a llama keeper. stick around for this. and stick around for sticker shock, why people may have to pay a $40 toll if they want to take a major interstate. and adam joseph is back with the answer to the question we are hotly debating in the studio today. is it a., b., or c.? 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."
and it lost control and flew over the embankment and went into a car dealership. witnesses say he lost control while trying to confront the mustang driver for cutting him off. in health check at 4:00, if you think you are not getting enough sleep, don't blame it on modern living, according to research, mankind was not getting a good night sleep 1,000 years ago either, they compared societies in south america and africa and determined the length of sleep did not change but the time they go to bed and wake up. they got an average of 6 hours of sleep. but humans back then had nocturnal wild animals to deal with not electronics. stay with me on this, i promise you won't be disappointed.
a former mere cat expert had to pay a monkey handler. caroline westgate was ordered to pay kate sanders $100,000 in damages after the mere cat expert hit the monkey handler in the face with a wine glass, the fight was over this guy, adam davies, a llama handler they both dated. in addition to the handlers westlake must perform one year of community service. all right, big talkers now. in colorado if you don't have an express toll pass, our version of easy pass, the toll could cost you $40, the 13 stretch mile on i-70 is congested so they want people to get the express toll pass to make things move along and considering the same thing for route 36 for people heading to the university of colorado for football games and the like, if you have the
pass you get a break and if not they go always up to $40. one of the beautiful viral videos that make us smile through the tears, the bride in maine got the surprise when her ailing mom walked her down the aisle. he has undergone intention chemotherapy and he came to terms that he could not walk her down the aisle he spent the year working with physical therapists and he pulled it off. heather said she cried uncontrollably and he with owl there with her very sweet guys. alicia thank you. >> let get a check of the roads right now. we are looking for the update on the accident in grays ferry. >> yes, we see from chopper 6 hd
live over the shot, this is the schuylkill expressway eastbound, we have an overturned flat bed truck and debris all over the road and the driver was taken to local area hospital, and the delay here, it spans back for miles and miles and miles. we are talking over an hour delay all the way back to the blue route right now, the road is completely closed, if are you in the traffic there are not many options, some vehicles are getting let off on 28th street, here are some of your options if you have family that typically take that route home, jump off on the eastbound lanes, jump off on the vine street expressway and make your way to 95 and if you typically take the ben franklin bridge, take the walt whitman bridge, these cars are jumping off and making their way to new jersey that way.
if you are stuck you have to sit it out, but if you know somebody that may not be to that point, take the vine to the ben, it is your only option right now. taking a look at 95 northbound, here we are north of the delaware state line, an earlier accident just cleared at curlin street and this delay has cleared to only 29 minutes. back to you brian and sharrie. p meteorologist, adam joseph is standing by with the accuweather forecast and the answer to the question. coming up next.
see this time of year? so brian? >> my gut says clorfill. >> alicia said a. >> at night the photosynthesis breaks down and clorfill is no longer produced, it is green. brian you are wrong, it's c. and chrissy on twitter was the first to get this right, it's not krotneed think of a carrot, orange and yellow, they are always present there when it breaks down the colors you see is always there, but not for the red, it's not present for the leaf ben the season ends.
as we take a look north and west, 63 allentown and reading, 65 wilmington and dover and mid-60s now at the shore, as we look at satellite and radar, a cold front is approaching to the north and west and most energy stays to the north and the front comes through dry tonight and early tomorrow morning and a few clouds pop in north of the city, 45 to 52 degrees as we round out the week and begin your friday morning. friday is beautiful tomorrow morning and temperatures similar to today and the coldest air so far is pushing in from the hudson bay to northern canada, a straight shot down from canada and the jet stream dips down to the carolinas and virginias and highs in the 50s both days, we are talking temperatures 10 to 20 degrees below average. future tracker on saturday afternoon, 52 allentown and 56 philadelphia and 56 in millville and windy on top of that on saturday, and early on sunday
morning, freezing in allentown and 30 in reading and 30 in millville with a frost likely across much of the area sun morning, take a look at lunch time, only upper 40s with a lot of clouds and some areas trying to hit 50 sunday afternoon and then sunday night into monday morning, that is when a killing freeze is likely, for 95% of the area, the exception is the major metropolitan areas along 95 and the shore communities and the rest of us the growing season looks to come to an end at the end of the weekend, if you have tender vegetation, and want to hold out longer, bring them in and cover them up on saturday night and sunday night. the exclusive accuweather forecast sun and clouds and tomorrow 67 degrees and windy and chilly saturday and 57 with a decent amount of clouds at times. and the clouds take over on sunday, cold and 51 in philadelphia, and 40s for highs
in the suburbs and monday into tuesday, a nice rebound, eventually coming in with a lot of sun, 52 on monday, and 64 on tuesday and take a look at this, 8 degrees above normal a week from now as we go back into the 70s. if you can protect the plans this weekend they can survive another week or so. we have breaking news to pass along, chopper 6 hd just arrived over the scene of another accident snarling traffic in the evening commute, this along kelly drive by strawberry mansion drive, the two cars in the center of your screen collided head-on and police arrived on the scene and we are told none of the injuries appear to be life threaten, this is further complicating a messy evening commute.
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>> this is the best for the money, a plus for your neighbor and quieter. >> and some are just as powerful as a gasoline hand held unit. consumer reports recommends this toro. it's great for raking up leaves and vacuuming them up. and power blower have gotten better too. >> we have battery powered leaf blowers that can hold their own in heavy leaves. >> you will have to recharge the battery after a half hour of blowing leaves. if you need more power than a hand held leaf blower, consider a backpack style, they cost more but they support the weight rather than your arms.
the steel leaf blower at $350, is easy to handle and use but back back blowers can not vacuum or shred leaves. >> that will do it for "action news" at 4:00, for sharrie williams, alicia vitarelli, and adam joseph i'm brian taff. join us tonight and every night for a full hour of "action news" at 10:00 on phl 17.
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"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with jaime apody, meteorologist, cecily tynan, rick williams and monica malpass. a 21-year-old man is charged in the murder of a delaware psychiatrist. dr. caroline was found yesterday inside of her home. the suspect was planning his attack for years. it's thursday night and the big story is the new details of a deadly stabbing in hockessin, the suspect was obsessed with his victim and she had no idea. sara bloomquist is live with more on this investigation. >> reporter: rick and monica, we have learned that the suspect,
21-year-old christopher frick was a senior mathematics major at the university of delaware up until his arrest yesterday, authorities say that three years ago frick became obsesses with dr. caroline ekong, and she had no idea and then he showed up at her home intent on killing her. >> christopher frick is held without bail on a first degree murder charge, they had a professional interaction three years ago with dr. ekong of hockessin and then broke into her home yesterday morning and stabbed her to death. >> this is a very, very tragic case where one was obsessed with another individual. >> police will not confirm if frick was ever a patient but three years ago something happened and