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67:00 a.m., sunday october 18. new this morning, government officials investigate a suspicious fire that burned three trailer homes and left nearly a dozen people homeless. two people are hurt after a car loses control on i-95 in delaware overnight. plus people are waking up to cold temperatures this morning. chris sowers has the latest. it is cold out there. >> reporter: the cold is yet to come. let's get you outside and show you what's going on. it's one of the coldest mornings so far this season.
as you look toward the center city skyline it's nice and clear and calm. we had a breeze yesterday, but the winds will pick up later on today. frost advisory remains in effect for the area highlighted in purple. we have a freeze warning in effect for everybody except the i-95 corridor. we have a freeze warning overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning where we are expecting a hard freeze where temperatures drop into the mid to upper 20s across the far western suburbs and the pine barrens of south jersey and millville and vineland. 30 in millville. transport, 35. 25 degrees -- trenton, 35. 25 for the poconos. just like yesterday we'll start out with sunshine. during the course of the day we'll see the puffy cumulus clouds building. mostly sunny during the morning.
mostly cloudy in the afternoon. high temperature topping out at 52 degrees, the normal is 66. when i come back we'll talk about the hard freeze and we have a nice warmup in the seven-day forecast. >> many are breaking out their winter wardrobes to deal with the chilly temperatures. at lighthouse field hundreds of boy scouts had to brave the near freezing temperatures while camping out. be luckily they came programmed. >> i hate the winter and i hate the cold, having something to keep me warm at a time like this i'm wearing my winter coat. >> we are prepared, we have the right equipment and the right things to do the right way. >> scouts used toasty hand warmers and sleeping bags to stay warm, too. stay with 6abc.com/weather for the latest. you'll find storm tracker 6 live
radar at your finger tips. one shot and four others wounded at a convention in for the myers, florida at the annual festival known as zombie con. 20,000 fans dress as zombies. the downtown for the purpose of the myers area was cordoned off after the shooting. nine people are homeless after a fire officials are calling this a suspicious fire. you can see the flames from inside one of the trailers that burned in stanton. it took a half-hour to bring the blaze under control. one trailer was destroyed and two others damaged on indiana avenue. it appears the fire started
outside one of the trailers. there were no injuries reported in the fire. in the delaware newsroom two peopler recovering after a crash on interstate i-95. it happened at 3:30 near i-95 southbound near 273 in newark. the driver lost control and ran off the road crashing into the guardrail. the front end of the car suffered extensive damage. the couple inside the car were taken to christiana hospital for treatment. a homeless family is fighting to get their young son back. he was found wandering around love park in the cold. jeff chirico has the story. >> reporter: you can see their makeshift home under the welcome center the pieces of cardboard to shield the family from the wind. the family had no idea the little boy wandered away until they woke up hours later. >> if i had i would be there, i am out here on the streets with
my kids, not on purpose. that's my son. she said her 2-year-old boy was found wandering in the park alone overnight. this photo was shown on social media. michael jones who said he is jeremiah's father shows us where his family slept behind cardboard walls under the welcome center. >> he walked out, walked all the way i ran over to dhs. i said my son is missing. >> reporter: the couple said they ended up here after having trouble finding room in a shelter. now jeremiah and his 4-year-old sister are in protective custody. >> i don't come what kind of work i debt get, if anybody out there have work for me call me.
>> anybody who know me and my husband know we are very good to our kids. >> reporter: the little boy was taken to the hospital and is doing fine. no charges will be filed. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> scary moments in a walmart parking lot in wilks-berre, a man in broad daylight started shooting. police are trying to determine if a domestic dispute started the whole thing. investigators say 31-year-old man was apparently with a woman when he fired a rifle in the store's parking lot hitting several vehicles. >> i heard gunfire, i came down and people were hiding behind their vehicles. >> when officers arrived sergeant started shooting at them, police returned fire hitting him. he will be charged with attempted homicide on a law enforcement officer. nobody else was injured. more than two dozen people
need homes after fire destroyed several apartments in camden county this weekend. "action news" was on the scene scene of the 200 block of west avenue in pine hill. it took firefighters an hour to bring the two-alarm blaze under control. everyone inside made it out safely, but three units were damaged or destroyed. the cause is under investigation. a fire in pleasantville, atlantic county claimed the lives of two women this weekend. we told you about this story on "action news" yesterday morning. as trish hartman complains the women were living in the home without electricity for years. family members and loved one embraced outside the charred home in pleasantville. fire officials say two lives were lost in the blaze that started around 11:00 p.m. friday. >> i smelled it, i checked my house, first. i looked, the brightness was
pouring out of the window. >> reporter: neighbor said i called 911 and grabbed a garden hose. it took firefighters an hour to control the flames. neighbors say a husband and wife lived here and orderly woman was staying with of them tell tell us it was the two women who died. the officials are investigating the cause, family members say they have been living without electricity and often lit candles and believe that's what sparked the blaze. rosemary walker lives next to the home. >> i opened the door, the cop was saying you got to get out. >> reporter: she said her young grandchildren were shaken up from the ordeal and her siding was melted. she had spoken to the women that day. >> they say hi. >> reporter: officials have not released the names of the
victims. reporting in pleasantville, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." >> 6:08. much more to come on "action news" sunday morning. the nittany lions take on the number one team in college football. we'll have all the highlights from penn state. jersey shore many here spent part of their weekend cleaning up dunes. >> reporter: it's frosty morning out there, we have temperatures in the 20s and 30s, cold extends into the panhandle of florida and the coldest is yet to come. i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast right after this.
you have the compassion and security of blue cross. giving you the strength to drive forward. independence blue cross. live fearless. got much-needed maintenance this weekend. "action news" was there as volunteers from the casino notice reinvestment agency. they used weed what what what wt the grass. they got special permission to go on the dunes. it feels like january out there this morning, philadelphia is the warm location right now with the temperature of 41 degrees. everybody else down in the 20s and 30s. 41 in philadelphia. dewpoint 28. the wind out of the northwest at 6 miles per hour. just the slightest breeze, but
the winds will pick up during the day. the pressure reading is rising. 34 in allentown. trenton, 35. 25 degrees ten cooler in the poconos. millville 30. atlantic city, 31. a breeze at five miles per hour out of the west/northwest. we're clear as a whistle up and down the eastern seaboard, but just like yesterday during the afternoon the puffy cumulus clouds will build. these are snow showers coming off lake erie and ontario, the u-p michigan south of sault st. marie. western michigan picked up two, three inches of snow yesterday. we have snowshowers flying across bradford. far northwestern pennsylvania. maybe you see flakes across
western portions of the keystone state, but nothing back in philadelphia. future tracker 6, very, very quiet this afternoon, just a breeze from time to time. temperatures holding steady in the low 50s, starting out with sunshine increasing clouds during the day. one or two areas, maybe you see a quick-hitting shower or two. it will not amount to much. once we lose the sun we'll have clouds. tomorrow will be on the colder side with highs in the 50s and tuesday we rebound with highs in the mid 60s. lots of clouds this afternoon, we start out with sunshine this morning. reading, 50 degrees. philadelphia, 52. allentown and lancaster, 41. millville, 352. atlantic city 53. get a load of niece numbers overnight tonight this is -- of
these numbers, overnight tonight, this is what is called a hard freeze. the water within the plants freezeses itself that kills the plant. the growing season will end tonight. millville, 28. trenton, 29. frosty overnight tonight. freeze warning in effect everybody frost advisory to the south of the southern portion of the delmarvas. protect the potted plants. if they are in a pot bring them indoors, anything outdoors that's sensitive to cold, you will run the risk of losing them, tropical plants, like the palms i bring them inside, as
well. disconnect the hoses. we are expecting the end of the growing season tonight after tonight's temperatures. today, 352. monday, 54. monday football game chilly against the giants. tuesday, 68. wednesday and thursday, highs in the # 0s, we cool it back down by week rasp end, friday's and saturday 63 and 60. jim gardner was decked to the nines for the wills eyeball. leaders from drexel were honored.
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>> welcome back on this sunday morning, it is 6:19, only 43 degrees right now. sky6 live hd taking a live look at philadelphia international airport. i was just there last night coming back from chicago. doesn't feel much warmer here. "healthcheck" this morning there are new sobering statistics on the opiod problem. they have higher addiction rates. americans are taking stronger versions of these than ever before.
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everyone, 6 scl 23 sunday morning. it is a frosty start. we have frost developing in the outlying suburbs allentown, 34. look at the poconos, mountains higher elevation, 25 degrees. millville, 30. trenton, 35. wilmington, 35. when you factor in the breeze we have windchills in the 20s. lancaster 28. feels like 29 in wilmington. 31 in trenton. 30 in millville. only 19 in the poconos. make sure you bundle up if you're heading out early maybe
your son has a soccer game or something, you'll need layers later on. 9:00 a.m., sunny and 42. 1:00 p.m. we're clouding over 49 degrees, 5:00 p.m., 51. we're anticipating a chilly high of 52 with the wind it will make the temperatures feel like the 40s and somewhere in between one and 5:00 p.m. there's a chance of a spotty shower, although most of us stay dry. chilly temperatures that's the headliner for today. >> turning to sports, penn state nittany lions went up against the number one team in college football. jeff skeverski has all your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: two eagle starters will be mia monday night against the new york giants. linebacker michael kendricks ruled out and so was nelson ago
ago -- agular. demarco murray will get more carries on an offense that is starting to gel. >> i think we are heading in the right direction. every day no matter if you're been here five years or one year you ever to get to know each other and work on the little things and make sure you're sharp on sundays. >> reporter: or mondays, eagles giants monday night football on phl17. temple owls off to the best start in 41 years. with the big game right around the corner, the game against a winless florida team you can get overlooked. temple trying to get the run going t for temple. t for trouble. temple with four turnovers.
pj walker picked off. 80-yard return. owls down 1 at the half. he was so upset he called a team meeting on the field at the half. whatever he said worked, down two a minute into the 4th. thomas gives them a lead, thomas a buck 99 three touchdowns on the ground. temple wins. >> they are 6-0. knowing they are bowl eligible. i'm proud of them and happy for them. it talks about the character of the guys in the room, the character of the seniors and the juniors. >> penn state had a shot to score their first win in the number one ranked team in 25 years. they jumped out to a 10-0 lead on the road ohio state. but it was too good to be true. penn state at ohio state.
end of the first, batterly -- bartly turning it up a notch. instead of going up 10-0 they punt. ohio state scores on the next three possessions. end of the half. j mets lost nine straight against chicago, but the cold streak ended last night in the game one. mets win 4-2. they take 1-0 series lead. kansas is up 2-zip over toronto in the american league. >> one of the cutest and ways
to celebrate halloween, a tiny captain america ran into save the day at the philadelphia zoo. hundreds of kids took part in the event so cute. the young kids took part in the scavenger hunt and they sat down for storytelling. i like that bumble bee costume. >> much more to come on "action news," we'll be right back.
deadly shooting philadelphia police say a man wounded by gunfire this summer has become the victim of violence a second time. >> trying to dig out, southern california is struggling under a mound of mud as more rain threatens the region. if you're heading out this morning, you have to dust off the winter coat first. >> i have a sweater and winter coat. >> reporter: we are expecting colder temperatures at the same time tomorrow. it's only going to get worse. if you're not a big fan of the cold, you won't be a fan of the forecast in the next several hours. the good news, the 70s return and the cold air will be out of here relatively quickly.
poconos, 25 degrees. wilmington, 35. millville, sitting at 30. atlantic city 31 degrees with a windchill of 28 and there's still a lot of cold out there. it's only 33 in pittsburgh, buffalo, 35 with snow flurries and snow showers. finger lakes of up state new york reporting snow showers. looks and feels like december. but in the seven-day forecast, temperatures rebound. forecast for today, we start out with sunshine increased clouds this afternoon similar to what you experienced yesterday. the exception being at some point in the afternoon there's a slight chance of a pop-up shower. 48 degrees by lunchtime. 3:00 p.m., 51. 6:00 p.m., 49 degrees, expected high temperature of 52. the normal is 56. overnight tonight, the hard freeze develops, overnight lows drop into the 20s everywhere
you see shaded in purple. 95% of the viewing area you'll see the growing season end tonight. that's a quick check of the weather when we come back in just a few minutes we'll have the warmer numbers in the seven-day forecast. guys. >> thanks, chris. temperatures forced people no choice, but to bundle up. we found people walking around center city with coats and scarves and gloves. boy scouts used hand warmers and sleeping bags to stay warm. a man was critically injured in a shooting over the summer has been gunned down in logan section. the 30-year-old victim was shot multiple times while getting out of the car on north camack street. he died at the hospital. he was shot back in august one block away, no arrests have been made in either shooting. new this morning, a man in his 30s was so the and killed
in southwest philadelphia. police were called to the scene at 8:00 p.m. when they arrived they found the victim on the road with two gunshot wounds to the chest. so far police have to motives or suspects in the shooting. now, to a devastating mudslide in california. hundreds of cars and trucks remain encased in the muck after the mud came cascading down the mountainside. some cars are buried under five feet of dense mud. >> reporter: crews are clearing mud-blocked roads in southern california are racing against the clock and mother nature. saturday morning construction equipment arriving to aid in the digout before another run of weather hit. they are expecting more rain, if that happens what we'll do is clear all the personnel that are, woulding in the area just in case -- that are working in
the area just in case of mudslides. >> i was thinking about how i was going to go out of the sun roofer to get on top of the vehicle. >> reporter: thousands of cars and trucks remain stranded after the massive mudslide. this video shows how brutally fast the onslaught of mud and water swept across freeways and neighborhoods. as work crews worked families and businesses are cleaning up leaving mud caked belonging out at the trash. the roads so covered it's hard to see the curb. >> we were 3 inches in mud this morning. it's been crazy. >> reporter: everyone is holding their breath for a possible round two as more rain moves in. abc news lake hughes,
california. a rally was held this weekend for a mother who was murdered in front of her 2-year-old daughter. a crowd gathered in philadelphia at port richmond's neighborhood holding signs and pictures of 22-year-old who was killed july 30th inside her home on aramingo avenue. police think this man caught on surveillance video may be the killer. so far no arrests have been made. teenager from northeast philadelphia remains in constant pain after being shot five months ago. now her mother is making a passionate plea torched the person who opened fire on her daughter. here's rick williams with this crime fighters report. >> i want to bed at 11:30. i received a call that my daughter was shot and they were rushing her to the hospital. >> reporter: mildred recalls the
night her 13-year-old daughter had been shot who was visiting had your stepfather in port richmond on may 29th when two people opened fire. the teenager was hit in the stomach. the bullet ripped apart her internal organs. she had seven surgeries. >> reporter: her sister was there at the time of the shooting, but her descriptions of the suspect are vague. >> she said they were dark skinned, they had hoodies covering their face. >> reporter: the citizens crime commission is administering a 6,000 reward, the fraternal order of police is all of these 5,000 of that just for information that leads to an arrest. call 215-546-tips all calls are anonymous. after 3 months in the hospital.
diamond is back home, but her pain and recovery is not over. >> it's going to take time. >> reporter: for crime fighters i'm rick williams channel 6 "action news." >> vice president joe biden spent most of the weekend in delaware, once again he offered no indication if he intends on launching a bid for the white house. he attended his grandson's flag football game in wilmington. biden has the support of the nation's firefighters union if he decides to run. he traveled to new york city last night where he accepted a human rights award. he made no mention of a presidential campaign there. he made reference for his reason not to run, his grief over his son beau. >> it was our faith that sees
us through times of trouble. it is our faith that urge also us to rise -- urges us to rise eacher e and every morning, no more how bleak things look to put one foot in front of the other, as my son beau used to say keep moving forward. >> one of biden's top adviser said he will make a decision in the near future. hillary clinton campaigned in alabama. 700 people attended the luncheon organized by alabama's black democratic caucus. there's a war of words between two republican presidential hopefuls, donald trump and jeb bush are taking jabs at each other for donald trump's harsh critique about
9/11. if you talk about george bush the world trade center came down during his time, on his watch. >> reporter: jeb bush called him pa pathetic. trump responded by calling jeb pathetic. george stephanopoulos will sit down with ben carson and bernie sanders on 6abc at 10:30 after "action news." the candidates running for mayor of philadelphia will face off in a debate next weekend on 6abc. once again we would like to hear your questions for the mayoral hopefuls. you can e-mail your questions to join the action at 6abc.com or use the #6abc action. then watch the debate on sunday october 25th that's next sunday at 11:00 a.m. >> much more to come on "action
news" sunday morning. they swear to protect your phone, but do they really? abc news put the phone cases to the test and we have the results. >> plus, an exciting discovery along the jersey shore. we'll show you what was captured on video this weekend. sky6 live hd taking a live look right now and chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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sighting at the jersey shore this weekend that's a whale popping it's head up close to the shoreline. the what he will was spotted by the "action news" viewer at the 58th street beach. >> mary lee returned to the shore recently. >> reporter: the shark? >> yeah. >> reporter: let's go live on sky 6. looking at the ben franklin bridge. it's a crystal clear morning. we have don't have much of a breeze. for the most part it's calm. officially at the airport it's out of the west at 5 miles per hour. later this afternoon you'll see the puffy cumulus clouds on the increase. we'll go mostly sunny to mostly cloudy. 52 degrees that's the high temperature we're expecting today. well below the seasonal average of 66. the low this morning was 41. the normal is 48. that's relatively mild compared to what's going on elsewhere.
quakertown you're down to 34. martins creek 33. tanersville 25. coatsville, 33. gandys beach, 36. glassboro, 37. hammonton, blue berry county, 30 degrees this morning with patchy frost starting to develop. satellite and radar actually showing snow showers across western portions of pennsylvania state college, bradford receiving light snow, erie pennsylvania, as well. the finger lakes of upstate new york picking up a few flurries. because of the huge dome of high pressure canadian high. it's stempg e stretching into -- it's stretching into atlanta, georgia. this is a huge dome of high pressure canadian air. had this been january or february, this would be good enough to support high
temperatures in the low to mid 20s. thankful live it's only october. saint louis, 39. cincinnati, 29. we have 20s across the u-p of michigan. the coldest night comes tonight and the temperatures increase from that point on. it's going to be a chilly day today. high pressure in control starting out with sunshine, increasing clouds during the course of the afternoon. we're up to 50 degrees according to the model later on by 4:00 p.m. accuweather will be more optimistic going 351 or 52. this looks looks like january, o upper 20s. poconos, 27. allentown, 29. even the city of philadelphia, the model has 32. accuweather is going 34, 35. that's the warmest location. pine barrens in south jersey and millville and vineland dropping into the upper 20s, low
3030s. the lehigh valley chilly breeze, mostly sunny to start, 49 degrees is the forecasted high. milder on the sand, sun and clouds for atlantic city, breezy, high of 53. philadelphia, 52, again the normal is 66. mostly cloudy by afternoon, breezy, winds out of the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour that breeze will make 52 feel like the upper 40s throughout the day. overnight tonight a few clouds around, hard freeze setting in. 26 degrees outlying suburbs, 35 for center city. the freeze warning for the entire viewing area, the exception being philadelphia county. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast it's warms up this week, 54 degrees monday, sunny and cold. tuesday looks really nice, milder, no breeze, 68 degrees, wednesday and thursday, will make eva happy. we're back in the 70s, friday and saturday, 63. nydia you're a big fan of the warmer weather, both of you will
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of the major reasons. only a fractions 5% are present on the internet. a survey shows 55% of english, 4 and of% are in russian, german, japanese, spanish and french. after decades of rivalry, two major beer companies have agreed to merge. miller has accepted a 106 billion-dollar takeover offer from anheuser-busch. it will bring together budwiser and miller genuine draft. it needs approval from regulators. the new iphone cases if you're thinking of getting one for your phone, one company claims their model is the best. which one offers the protection you're looking for. >> reporter: "g.m.a." on the look out putting two new iphone cases through a series of tests
with the iphone 6s inside. the auto box defender 49.95. or the anchor or protecter for 9.99. it makes claims protection against dropping and dust. here to help us with our exreement from digital -- experiment from digital trend. first up, dirt. the auto box. >> we have a ton of dirt in there. >> anchor with lots of dirt in the speakers but none in the phone. we used new cases for each test. now on to the gravel test. >> i have sand everywhere. >> looks like it's dusty, but no scratches at all it's perfectly protected.
>> reporter: bring in the keys. >> my actual keys. finally the drop test, once again with new cases. remember both companies make claims on drops. first we try 8 feet. >> we're on a new york city rooftop and i'm going a little bit higher, here we go, 8 feet. both phones undamaged. now we take the phone enhigher. >> here's the death defying crime. even from 15 feet both phones final. bottom line, both cases pass the series of test, the only difference, the price. auto box tells us it provides premium durable protection you get what you pay for. true test is time.
>> reporter: a genre that's more than familiar to elijah wood and rose leslie. >> it's a fantasy. >> reporter: unlike the wildly popular production of their past, both actors tell me what drew them to the windchill hunter for everyone it's a fresh franchise. >> it's original. the fact that there are no video games backing it or books i suppose, it's a new concept. >> due want to quit? >> no, i i want a raise. >> reporter: he has been acting since he was 8 years old. he said the fantasy in this film is how he approaches his life and his career. >> i don't know what's around the bend i like that. i don't overthink i'm always
surprised. >> reporter: they say list e leslie's first feature film. in this film she is chole and she can access people's minds. >> tell me what people would want if they could have a superpower? >> i don't know, you would become a paranoid wreck. >> reporter: for channel 6 "action news" i'm alicia vitarelli. >> a new jersey dog with a taste for tater tots will be in the national spotlight. this is a pet lab stealing the treat and i thought hiding them ef them in his cheeks. the video will air on america's funnest videos. you can see them at 7:00 p.m. on 6abc. everyone loves tater to the. this man will complain why he wore protective gear to swim
across the new york canal this weekend. >> we'll have a sneak peek of bullets over broadway, plus, chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come right back. vince mazzeo- fighting to save atlantic county. chris brown's attacks? the press calls them "embarrassing" political "posturing." the truth? chris brown and will pauls opposed the atlantic city rescue plan, even though it would save thousands of our jobs. we already know they're propped up by north jersey casino interests. and pauls even wanted the vote to allow north jersey casinos "this year." now they brag about helping atlantic county. but there's a word for politicians like that. hypocrite.
october 18. new this morning, delaware officials investigate a suspicious fire that burned three trailer homes and left nearly a dozen people homeless. new, two people are hurt after a car loses control on i-95 in delaware overnight. >> plus, dust over the coats and hats we're waking up to cold temperatures this morning. let's go outside to meteorologist chris sowers for the very latest in accuweather. pretty cold, huh? >> reporter: it's very cold out here this morning, nydia. by far the coldest temperatures so far this season. we have a frost advisory in effect and freeze warning in effect. the coldest is yet to come. if you're someone who does not enjoy cold weather, the next 24 to 48 hours will not be a picnic for you. here's the frost advisory shaded in the purple area. this is in effect until 9:00 a.m. another frost advisory goes into effect along with the freeze warning. this time around it's a hard