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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 freeze warning meaning that
temperatures will drop into the mid to upper 20s, any plants sensitive to the cold you'll have to bring them in tonight especially, because you run the risk of losing. the water in the plant actually freezing and the plan diets. slatington, 35. quakertown, 32. martins creek, 32. warrington, 33. cheferlt -- chester and center city showing low to mid 30s. glassboro, 36. buena, 30. browns mills. 33. ewing a december-like 33. tomorrow we start out with clear skies and sunshine, tomorrow afternoon we'll have puffy cumulus clouds. mostly sunny to start, limited sun by afternoon. breezy high of 52 degrees. the winds out of the northwest at 15 to 20 miles per hour. the way the day plays out, we increase the clouds and the
temperature hold steady afternoon 50 or 51 degrees. bundle up tonight. the coldest is yet to come. hard freeze goes into effect, but then we warm up very nicely in the seven-day forecast. the 70s return i'll show you the numbers when i see you in just a few minutes. >> many people are breaking out the winter wardrobes to deal with the cold temperatures. we saw people walking around in center city with coats and scarves last night. light field, hundreds of boy scouts braved the cold weather. >> it is winter, i hate the cold having something to keep me warm in a moment like this, as you can see i'm wearing my winter coat. >> scouts are prepared. >> the scouts used a toasty hand warmer and sleeng --
sleeping bags to stay warm, as well. >> reporter: stay with "action news".com there you will find storm tracker 6 live radar. >> one person was killed in the shooting at the annual festival known as zombicon late last night. police are looking for a suspect at this hour. zombicon draws 20,000 fans dressed as zombies each year. >> new this morning, from our delaware newsroom, fire officials are looking into what they say a suspicious fire that left nine people homeless. take a look at the blaze that burned three mobile homes in stanton. it took a half-hour to bring the blaze under control. one mobile home was destroyed and two others damaged on indiana avenue. authorities say the fire started outside one of the mobile homes,
no injuries were reported. from our delaware newsroom, state police are investigating a crash on interstate i-95 near newark. police say the driver lost control and ran off the road and crashed into the guardrail. the front end of the car suffered extensive damage, two people inside the car were taken to the hospital for treatment. >> a homeless family is fighting to get their young son back, he was found wandering articled 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 winds. the parents had no idea their little boy wandered away until they woke up hours later. love park. >> i'm not out here on the
street with my kids on purpose. >> reporter: fighting homelessness, is fighting for son. michael johns who said he is jeremiah's father shows us where he slept behind cardboard walls under the welcome center. >> somehow he crawled past the bed and walked out. >> he ran over to dhs. i said my son ask missing. >> reporter: the couple said they ended up here after not finding room in a shelter. now the boy and his sister are in protective custody. >> i don't come what kind of work i get. >> anybody who knows me and my
husband will vouch we are very good parents and love our kids. >> reporter: the little boy was taken to the hospital and is doing just fine, no charges will be filed. >> scary moments at 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. the wal-mart and other stores went into lock down. 31-year-old was apparently with a woman when he fired a rifle in the store's parking lot hitting several vehicles. >> next thing i heard i heard gunfire i came down and people were hiding behind their vehicles. >> now, police say when officers arrived sergeant started shooting at them, police returned fire hitting him. sergeant is in the hospital, when he is released he will be charged with attempted homicide of a law enforcement officer. nobody else was injured.
police have questioned the woman. >> more than two dozen people need new homes after a safire destroyed several apartments in camden county this weekend. "action news" was on the scene on the 200 block of west france avenue in pine hill. you can see the damage to the roof of the mansion apartments. it took two hours to bring the blaze under control. everybody made it out safely. 25 people have been displaced. the cause is under investigation. the sack meant -- sacramento police department released the sketches of two suspects who stabbed spencer stone who was released after being treated for several stab wounds. he thwarted a terror attack on a train in france. the police think the stabbing outside a sacramento bar had nothing to do with the terror attack. a oregon college student hailed a his or her for
confronterring the -- hero for confronting the gunman at umpq umpq -- umpqua community college. he said when the shooter opened the door, he leaned out the door and shot him. he pointed the gun in his face and he told the shooter it is my son's big board. the shooter went back into the classroom. >> we'll explain what's going on with with this double soccer match. plus, making prosch. residents are returning home as firefighters continue to battle wildfires, chris. >> reporter: bundle up, if you're heading out this morning, windchills are in the teens and 20s across portions of the
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>> in texas firefighters have contained 50% of the wildfire that consumed 4600 acres. officials said yesterday enough progress has been made to allow some residents to return to their neighborhoods. 50 homes and businesses have been destroyed in the wildfire burning near austin. 200 firefighters across the lonestar state has battled blaze, a dc-10 jetliner has dumped retardant to stop the wildfire. >> yesterday we planted 20 mums, i wonder if they will survive. i'll show you what's going on out there, it's a cold morning, temperatures in the 20s and
30s and it's quiet, but chilly, you can see it's a nice quiet morning in cape may. very tranquil you see someone on the beach. else bundled up, though in a nice warm coat and braving the elements this morning. 39 in philadelphia. a dpoint of 30. -- dewpoint of 30. winds out of the north/northwest the barometer is 30.30 inches starting to rise slightly. 32 in allentown. trenton, 36. millville, 30. wilmington, checking in at 34. we'll keep the skies mainly clear this morning and just like yesterday they will cloud up quickly as the cold air funnels in cold enough to support snow showers across western pennsylvania and upstate new york this morning. it's not mounting to much. some areas you'll see a coating. you get the idea temperatures are cold enough. feels like winter out there. nothing going on across the lower 48. that's the good news.
the only area seeing any kind of weather is the packed northwesterly. there's a rm storm system that heads onshore there. 47. panhandle of 40s in the 40s. pensacola, 49. atlanta, 47. cincinnati, 29. chicago, 34. here's the core of the cold right here. it's actually pushing off to the northeast. what's happening the return flow around that will start to warm things up across the front range first and that slides east during the course of the week. tuesday and wednesday we'll warm up with temperatures back in the 60s and 70s. for today we'll see clouds increase. one or two areas you'll see a brief shower it's called an instabt -- instability shower as the cold air functional in. it's very cold overnight tonight. tomorrow morning it's frosty
with temperatures in the 20s and 30s throughout the area. by afternoon it will be a struggle to get into the low 50s again. winds are not helping matters much. we factor in the breeze ten to 20 miles per hour all day long, we are forecasting a high of 52 which means it will feel like the 40s throughout the day. bundle up if your son has a soccer game or something outdoors. if you're sitting in your chair for an hour or two. bundle up. lancaster, 49. lots of clouds a ton of sunshine this morning, cloudy in the afternoon and breezy. to himself, 50. these numbers look like january that's for certain. overnight tonight we're in the mid 20s, north and west, millville, 28, allentown 26. in the city itself 35 degrees, because of that the national weather service issues a freeze warning for just about the entire area one exception being kent county and sussex county in
delaware, for those guys you have a frost advisory. protect those sensitive plants bring them indoors. 54 degrees monday, sunny and cool. if you're heading to lincoln financial field, monday night football eagles taking on the giants. 42 degrees. 68 tuesday, wednesday and thursday look fantastic with highs in the 70s. >> we're talking about how you should have known better than to plant mums. >> he forced me to plant them, i told him two or three times but he wanted to watch football today. >> did you cover them with something? >> reporter: i covered them with mulch i hope that helps. one of the most polluted waterways in the new york area and went for a swim all in an
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people who became pregnant between two thousand and 2009. those who kept up their routine didn't have as much pelvic pain while the baby was growing. when most women put on a pair of high heels they they are likely thinking about their outfit and not their feet. you should be. >> high heels can cause stress fractures and tendinitis and bone spurs and encourage bunion and hammer toe formation. >> it can affect the body weight to go to the ball of your foot which forces the knees and hips to jet forward and the back to hyper extend. this could lead to arthritis and
long term joint point. the american medical association recommends women wear heals no higher than two inches and wear them in moderation. halloween is just two weeks away, from candy corn to all the other candy parents need to take extra care. remind kids not to eat candy without a label. if you find that your home has too much candy consider donating organizations that collect candy to put in care packages that are sent to servicemen and women overseas.
>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:23 sun morning time for the travel forecast. we'll start you out with satellite and radar. we're crystal clear across the lower 48. you have to go to the northwest to get any moisture. we have rain and snow showers pushing across the great lake states but that poses no threats to any of your traditional plans. none of that is sticking. the big story is obviously the cold. this huge air mass extending into the deep south. what's happening as i put the temperatures on. not only are reseeing the cold, but the snow is covering the ground. this is northern canada, the hudson bay, that's not a good sign because the more snow we see in october that usually means a colder winter. so, again, i'm not saying it's going to be a cold winter, but
that's usually the first signs. cincinnati, 29. philadelphia, 39. chicago, 34. if you're flying out of philadelphia. major hubs look quiet lots of green planes that's a good sign. logan 34. orlando, 68. atlanta, chilly, 47. guys? >> thanks, chris. turning to sports, a tough loss for penn state nittany lions as they went out against the number one team in college football. the eagles prepare for monday night football. here's jeff skeverski with all your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: two eagle starters mia with first place on the line against the new york giants. michael kendrick is out with a hamstring injury. ryan matthews is listed as questionable because of a groin issue. knacker -- flashing
demarco murray will get more carries now that the offense is starting to gel. >> if you've been here five years or one year you have to get to know each other and work on the little things to make sure your sharp on sunday. >> reporter: or monday. eagles giants monday night football on phl17 coverage kicks off at 8:00 p.m. with the pregame show. the temple owls off to their best start in 41 years. with the big game against notre dame around the corner, a win against a winless central florida team can get overlooked. t for temple. t for trouble. temple has four turnovers. pj walker picked off. griffin walks it in the second
quarter. a team meeting was called in on the field at the half. down two a minute in the 4, thomas gives them a lead. thomas three touchdowns and a buck 99 on the ground. temple wins that's their best start in team history. >> i'm very, very proud of them and happy for them. it talks about the character of the guys in the room. talks about the character. seniors and juniors, i'm ecstatic for them. penn state had a a shot at a win over the number one ranked team in 25 years. penn state jumped out front but it was too good to be true. end of the third, bartly turns it up a notch.
penn state called for holding. instead of going up 10-0 they punt. ohio state scores on the next three possessions. penn state goes down 38-10. they have been outscalder 77 points in their last two trips to the horror -- out scored 77 points in their last two trips to the horse shoe. former phillies first round pick off the big apple deep to center. mets win 4-2. they take a 1-0 lead. kansas is up over toronto in the american league championship series. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> the running of bulls in pamplona spain, this is the running of the bulls soccer
police say a man wounded by gunfire this summer has become the victim of a violence a second time. >> trying to dig out, southern california is trying to dig out from the mud as the area is threatened with more rain. >> get out your winter coat this morning. >> chris sowers is outside. it's cold, right, chris? >> reporter: it's brisk and cold temperatures in the 20s and 30s, if your son has a soccer game, this is a morning you take him to the soccer game and watch him from the comfort of your warm car put the seat warmer on again because it's cold. cruel need a heavier coat. 66 degrees is the high temperature for this time of the year. yesterday the chill started to pour on in. 57 degrees that was in the city. some of the outlying suburbs made it up to 54 or 55. does this little guy look
familiar. this is my nephew hayden. this is perfect weather for stuff like this. if you want to do anything halloweenish today, hay rides, corn mazes, hayden was picking out his own pumpkin. we have duffields in south jersey and creamy acres. you need to bundle up if that's something you enjoy doing or leaf peeping later on, bundle up you'll need a coat and gloves stay warm out here. frost advisory is in effect for the areas highlighted until 9:00 a.m. temperatures are below freezing north and west. you see a lot of 31s and 32s popping up. the freeze freezing mark in woodbine. hammonton, 29 degrees. we have snow showers in bradford and state college reporting light snow this morning.
forecast for today, 52- degrees that's it. sunny skies this morning. mostly cloudy skies by afternoon. believe it or not, the coldest is yet to come. we have a hard freeze moving in overnight tonight. we'll talk about that in a few minutes in the seven-day forecast. guys. >> with temperatures this cold people have no choice, but to bundle up. we found people walking around in coat and scarves and gloves last night. lighthouse field hundreds of boy scouts bairved the freezing -- braved the freezing temperatures by camping out. they used toasty hand warmers and thick sleeping bags to stay warm. >> a man who was critically injured over the summer has been gunned down in the logan section of philadelphia. he was shot multiple times while getting out of the car on north camack street. he died at the hospital.
police say this was after the man was shot back in august one block away. no arrests have been made in either shooting. a man in his 30s was shot and killed on the 7 hurn block of green way avenue 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 in the chest. >> now to the devastating mudslides in california. hundreds of cars and trucks remain encased in the mud after the mud cascaded down a mountainside during a rainstorm. >> cruise are removing the mud and debris to clear roads some of which are under five feet of dense mud. >> reporter: crews clearing mud-blocked roads in southern california are racing against the clock and mother nature. saturday morning, construction equipment arriving to aid in the dig out before another round of weather hits. >> they are expecting more rain, if that happens what we'll
do is clear all the personnel that are working in the area just in case there's more mudslides. >> it's scary to see the water on both sides moving quickly and rising quickly. i was thinking about how i was going to go out the sunroof to get on top of the vehicle. >> reporter: thousands of cars and trucks remain stranded after thursday's massive mudslide. this video shows brutally fast the onslaught of mud and water swept across freeways and neighborhoods. as road crews worked, families and businesses are cleaning out leaving mud-caked belongings out at trash. the road so covered it's hard to see the curb. >> we were three inches thick this mud. we've been celek off and pros you are washing. >> reporter: -- pressure washing. >> reporter: now everybody is
holding their breath for a possible round two as more rain moves in. >> a rally was held this weekend for a mother who was murdered in front of her 2-year-old daughter. [chanting]. >> the crowds gathered holding signs and pictures of 22-year-old who was killed july 30th philadelphia her home on aramingo avenue. police think this man caught on surveillance video may be the killer. two dozen people gathered to pray near a wooded area near south park drive cooper street in haddon township where the body of 3-year-old brandon creato was found on tuesday. an autopsy was performed, but the cause of death remains a mystery. the woman charged with the murder of her baby boy has had
her first court appearance. the judge ordered her held on 150,000-dollar bail on child neglect and murder charges. her 9 week old son was seen on september 9. last week certain teams found the body of afternoon infant in the wooded area. gaithersb. he -- a transgender woman was shot repeatedly, her friends think she was targeted because she is a transgendered woman. >> i told her, watch the company you keep, everybody not loyal to you. >> so far police have said only that there are a lot of time possible motives in the case. detectives are reviewing
surveillance video to identify the suspects. >> at least 1 refugees have been killed and another 11 missing after their boat sank off the coast of turkey. it was carrying 48 people. a turkish rescue team is certaining for the missing. -- is searching for the missing. it's the latest chapter in the refugee crisis. drug kingpin joaquin "el chapo" guzman was injured while escaping from authorities. he broke out of prison in july and on the run ever since. the u.s. is offering a reward up to $5 million leading to his arrest. mexico is offering 3.8 million. vice president joe biden spent most of the weekend in delaware, he offered in indication if he intends to
launching a bid for the white house. he attended his grandson's football game yesterday. he likely has the support of the nation's firefighters union if he decides to run. he called the head of union on friday to discuss a potential strategy. the vice president traveled to new york city last night where he accepted a human rights award. owe made no mention of a possible presidential campaign, but referenced a primary reason for him not to run. his grief over the death of his son beau. >> it is our faith that sees us through times of trouble. it is our faith that urges us to rise each and every morning and no matter how bleak things look, to put one foot in front of the other. as my son beau used to say, just keep moving forward. >> one of his top advisers said he will make a decision in the near future.
>> meanwhile, the democratic frontrunner hillary clinton is campaigning in alabama. she told the crowd she would champion voting rights. she said republicans are dismantling the progress made by the civil rights movement. >> there's a war of words between two republican presidential hopefuls trump and bush are taking jabs at each other. >> when you talk about george bush say what you want the world trade center came down did you work his time. >> you can't blame him for that. >> he was president. >> reporter: jeb bush called trump pathetic and said his brother kept the country safe. trump responded by calling jeb pathetic. george stephanopoulos will sit down with ben carson and
person request sander on 6abc at 10:30 after "action news." >> the candidates running for mayor of philadelphia will face off in a debate on 6abc. once again we would like to hear your questions for the mayoral hopefuls. submit your questions to join the action at 6abc.com or through social media, using the #6abc action. watch the debate next sunday morning october 25th at 11:00 a.m. >> there's much more to come on "action news" sunday, a popular broadway play is coming to philadelphia. karen rogers takes a look at bullets over broadway in our 6abc loves the arts segment. >> what do you do when a bear decides to destroy your kayak? yell at it, of course. >> sky6 live hd taking a live look at philadelphia international. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it is chilly and cold, put a coat on we'll give you the
blown ashore in the philippines sweeping on the lantern with fierce winds -- on the land with fierce winds and heavy rains. thousands were evacuated before the storm hit. the typhoon has weakened slightly. >> let's get a check of the weather out there. it's chilly out there. >> reporter: the coldest is yet to come tomorrow morning. wait until you see the numbers
this morning we'll subtract a good five or six degrees tomorrow morning. those of you in atlantic city it's quite out there, but the sun is shining brightly. double scan live crystal clear, we don't have a cloud in the sky right now. those clouds increase during the day. just like yesterday we'll start out with sunshine and we'll see the puffy cumulus clouds build. 54 degrees, 41 degrees that's not updated. it should be 39 that's the low temperature so far in philadelphia. the normal low for this time of year is 48. freezing mark in allentown. well below in the poconos. wilmington, 34. millville, 30. hammonton, 33. trenton, 36 degrees. came may you're sitting on the 40 that's ten degrees cooler
than where you were yesterday at this time which was ten degrees cooler than where you were the day before. so the trend continues to go down, down and down. all these numbers are a good five to ten degrees colder than this time yesterday. satellite and radar, when you have this cold pocket of air aloft like that, the at tries to squeeze out all the moisture it can and it is doing that in the form of snow showers out across western pennsylvania. state college is right there, there's bradford and erie. up across the finger lakes of up state new york, a little bit of winter white flying right now. u-p of michigan, right here, the arrow head of minnesota picked up one inch ever snow. for today, high pressure settling in, the winds will be an issue out of the northwest at ten to 20 miles per hour. high temperatures topping out
around 51 or 5 #. 52. the model to himself us out at 50. accuweather goes 52. trenton, 48, 49 degrees, overnight tonight into tomorrow morning. this will be the coldest morning so far this year. hard freeze settling in. the model has 31 for philadelphia. accuweather is going 34, 35. we warm up into the low 50s tomorrow. we have cold weather to deal with over the next 24 to 48 hours. tuesday everything warmings -- warms up. we have a ton of sunshine in the lehigh valley, 49 degrees. sun and clouds for the jersey shore, 53 is the high. philadelphia, 52 mostly cloudy morning filled with sun, breezy. winds northwesterly at ten to 20 miles per hour. overnight tonight a few clouds around hard freeze settling on in. 26 degrees outlying suburbs, 35
for center city. national weather service issued a freeze warning for the entire area. overnight tonight into tomorrow morning, any plants that you have potted that are sensitive to the cold, bring them indoors. another chilly one tomorrow, 52 today. 54 tomorrow. the average is 66. 68 for tuesday, we'll go from below to well above seasonable averages. wednesday, sunny and pleasant, 72. thursday, fantastic, sun, 73. friday and saturday, 63 and 60. that's warmer than where we are right now. just another 24 to 48 hours. >> video gone viral afternoon ohio woman who yelled at a bear during an alaskan trip to leave her kayak alone. >> getaway from that kayak. getaway from that kayak. come here. >> yelling at a black bear like
it's a child. at one point it seems to listen to her. she actually thanks the bear, she recorded all in the hopes that the kayak company would see it and offer her instructions to repair it or replace it fore her. she has been saving for the kayak for two years. the video has been viewed on youtube more than 4 million times. 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.
tale of david shane who is trying to make it as a play right. >> it features performers and gangsters. >> reporter: the young play right wrote what he considerses masterpiece, but he the biggest gangster for money. he has to have his girlfriend in the lead. she has no talent. >> the misadventures of how to figure out of producing what is his dream production with the one thing that's going to destroy his dream production. it's the first time allen worked with tony award winning
choreographer susan strafer. it's a fun high quality broadway presentation, it has singing and dancing and comedy it's a fun time in the theater. >> reporter: bullets over broadway opens at the academy of music october 27 and runs through november 1. for tickets and show times go to the 6abc loves the arts or visit 6abc.com/6abc loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> a man picked up a picture at a so called junk shop this is no ordinary junk. the picture turned out to be billy the kid. he is playing. he was the notorious outlaw that was gunned down by pat garrett
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352 degrees is the high today. tomorrow, ton of sunshine, 54. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we pull out of it. tuesday's high, 68. wednesday and thursday, we are back up in the 70s with lots of sunshine. 72 and 73. >> pretty nice,. >> it is 7:56 we are just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: the manhunt continues for joaquin "el chapo" guzman who escaped a mexican prison in july. now mexican authorities believe they are hot on his tracks saying he was injured barely escaping capture. what was supposed to be a fun halloween event after chaos from a shooting that left one dead and four injured in fort meyers florida. police are asking people for information while the shooter remains at large. two new shark attacks in hawaii, one in serious condition. this comes after a shark attack
survivor spoke out for the first time detailing his terrifying experience in the jaws of the 13-foot monster. more on his tale coming up on "g.m.a." 9 people are displaced after a fire at a mobile home park in delaware. authorities say it is suspicious. >> holiday shopping season is right around the corner. if you're looking to save, we can help. plus, chris sowers will have an update on the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now for eva pilgrim, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han, have a great sunday! we'll see you at 9:00 a.m.!
good morning america. breaking overnight, closing in! authorities tracking the world's most notorious druglord, el chapo hiding out in the mountains. the elusive fugitive now wounded. is he cornered? the immense military operation going right now to bring him to justice. breaking news! zombie-con chaos. bullets flying, fans running for cover. one person killed, four others wounded at the annual festival the hunt for the shooter and what started it all? comic's comeback! tracy morgan's triumphant return to snl. and he's hilarious! >> people are wondering, can he speak? does he have 100% mental capacity? but the truth is, i never did!