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missing 13-year-old. she disappeared on the 400 block of south 62nd street, investigators say she attends bryant elementary school in philadelphia, but never showed up. she was seen wearing a blue polo shirt and khaki sneakers. anybody with information should contact philadelphia police immediately. we are following the investigation into a violent home invasion. police say that a man and two women were roughed up during the early morning attack on f street, one suspect is in custody and the other remains at large. katherine scott joins us live with the latest information. >> reporter: that is right police are searching for one of suspects, there were three victims in all of this and two victims were tied up and they were able to free themselves to
run and get help and a third was able to free themselves to go get money from an atm. >> they started screaming and i saw the cops. >> right before the woman started screaming, he answered his door on f street in kensington, a man was standing there with his wrists tied together. >> someone knocked on my door and he had a stab wound. and said please help. >> a woman and her 31-year-old boyfriend were asleep in their bedroom when three men with a life and hammer woke them up. they hit him in the head wa the hammer. >> he was assaulted and punched if the face. >> they demanded money and jewelry and threatened to kill them. and tied them up with a cord
from an electrical blanket. a 21-year-old woman said they went through her purse and tied her to a chair and threatened to kill her and her children and they forced the man to drive to a nearby atm and withdraw $200, when officers rived, they saw the 46-year-old victim driving from the passenger side of the honda, the suspect saw police and jumped back into the car, after a brief struggle, they were able to take the 28-year-old suspect into custody. >> i tried to run him over and the cops came and locked him up. >> all three victims were taken to the hospital in stable condition and police are still searching for one of suspects, and there are surveillance cameras in the area and police hope there is footage that could help in this investigation. sara? >> thank you. from our delaware newsroom,
veinvestigators have determined the cause of a fire at a motel. the fire marshall determined the blaze was sparked by -- days later specters found more roaches and other violations, the owner says that renovations are complete. "action news" reporter, walter perez is getting a look inside right now and will bring us a live report at 12:30, the mild conditions have returned in your accuweather forecast, sky 6 hd showing us the view at the jersey shore, a sunny day and
warmer temperatures in atlantic city and elsewhere. for more on that david murphy joins us live outside. >> no coat on the terrace this noon, as we have plenty of sunshine overhead and milder than yesterday. you can see how at times we have clouds trying to dive down from the north and well up. right now there is a bit of that west of philadelphia, overall we don't think it will be worse than partly sunny today. that is what i have on the terrace, we popped into the 60s after spending all day yesterday in the mid-50s. 58 in reading and allentown, in the northern areas you'll pop up in the 60s were not too much longer. it's a nice change we are seeing over the last 4 hours, we have 14 degrees milder than we were this time yesterday in philadelphia. everybody enjoying a milder change because of the turns in
the winds in the southwest. we talked about it yesterday and it's happening today. if you have plans to head out today to the playground, we'll stay in the 60s and a bit breezy with breezes running 10 to 20 miles per hour. but 67 by 2:00 and 4:00 a breezy 69 and some spots may hit 70 for at least a little bit this afternoon, sara when i step inside, temperatures go even higher the next couple of days, i'll have details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. nice out here for now though. >> thank you david, talking politics now the deadline is drawing closer tore vice president joe biden to decide if he is jumping into the white house race and the new polls show a big gain for hillary clinton. kenneth moton is covering the latest for us. >> reporter: washington is buzzing about the speculation of joe biden running for president but at this point there is only
one man that knows if or when that will happen. >> hillary clinton is off the trail but her surge in the polls is being seen across the country, the new abc "washington post" poll has clinton rebounding for the nomination with 54%, that is 12 points higher than a month ago. >> i spend 4 to 7 hours a day every single day with the president. joe biden is far behind clinton in the new poll, he spent the morning with walter mondale, both men talking about the importance of the vice presidency. >> want to be the last person in the room on every major decision. >> the vp has not made a decision but calls supporters possibly ready to pull the trigger on iran next week. on a cnn poll, donald trump is work, to hold on to his lead
against ben carson, carly fiorina dropped 11 points sin last month in the same poll. >> we don't win anymore. we are going to. i say it. you're going to have victories coming out of your ears, you may, you will, believe me. >> a biden confident says the odds are against him, and now hillary clinton surging in the polls doesn't help sara. kenneth moton, channel 6 "action news." >> kenneth thank you. delaware is leading the way when it comes to high school graduation rates, the state made the biggest improvement between 2013 and 2014, the percentage of students that rose on time is near 7%, and new jersey made slight gains and pennsylvania
had no change. still to come on "action news" at noon, oscar pistorius is released from jail and transferred to house arrest in south africa. and later fans get a sneak peek at a new star wars movie with the release of this trailer, how the reaction was strong enough to crash the website. when "action news" continues.
more than 100 firefighters were called to a six alarm blaze in new york city, it was inside of a building is under renovation, builders were transforming condos into luxury apartments. the building is now in danger of collapse and neighbors were evacuated and cannot return until the building is demolished. the mother of the 2-year-old girl whose remains washed up in a trash bag on a boston beach is in court this morning. rochelle bond's boyfriend michael mccccarthy also appeare
the hacker claims to be a high school student, he says he was motivated by his opposition for u.s. policy and support for palestinians. olympic runner, oscar pistorius, is released from jail, the 26-year-old will serve the remaining four years of his five year sentence under house arrest at his uncles home near the capital. he issued this statement -- >> the family -- it has been shortened or reduced -- simply entering the next phase now and
will serve this under the strict conditions under governed supervision. >> pistorius was convicted of manslaughter for the death of his girlfriend. quarterback, johnny manziel, could face punishment from the league after a roadside argument. she said that manziel hit her while they had a dispute on the highway. she appeared to be intoxicated and declined to press charges, the brown's head coach says the nfl is investigating the incident. the eagles are now in first place after beating the giant last night. the defense had three take aways and sacked eli manning three times but on offense sam bradford through three interceptions. >> to beat that team by 20
points here tonight, obviously we are taking things week by week, our goal was to get out with a win and that is what we did tonight, we are pleased with the result. >> it feels great, especially because we played the giants at home monday night and it made it more special but we did what we had to do, but we have a ton of room for improvement. >> they head to charlotte to face the panthers sunday night. coming up apple discovered hundreds of apps that secretly access personal information and a self driving car faces its biggest test yet we'll tell you how it performed on i-95 next.
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self driving cars face their biggest test yet on i-95, the demonstration on the i-95 express lanes in northern virginia, is the first time a driverless car was tested on a highway, the automated technology was able to handle lane changes on its own and changed speeds for construction zones and speeds. and it was done in a controlled environment and when the highway was empty. apple has banned more than 250 apps that secretly access secret information, officials say that the software was created by a chinese company
that downloaded the apps. it led apple to remove the apps from the itunes store. health check this noon, a new caution for women after they give birth, a new study suggests that a child is more likely to be overweight if mom gains weight after delivery and not just during pregnancy, doctors looked at 3,000 kids by age 14, they had the highest risk for gaining weight after their moms put on pounds after giving birth. after years of debate as to whether an occasional glass of wine or beer is okay during pregnancy, doctors say no, any amount of alcohol may be dangerous to a fetus. the group recommends that women that are trying to conceive,
should on stain from drinking. the news team is out working on news stories for tonight beginning at 4:00, lets check in with alicia vitarelli with a look ahead. >> coming up on "action news" at 4:00, was it an accident orsult, that is what a jury in texas may have to decide after a man was caught swerving into the path of a biker this weekend, why something the driver refuses to say may hurt his case and 14 and 17 years old, these local teenagers have already had to deal with most adults will ever have to and that is not keeping them from enjoying their childhood or from helping others from doing the same. a beautiful story about paying it forward. you'll have a big smile watching this one coming up on "action news" at 4:00, and take us with you on the go with the 6 abc news app. see you at 4:00. >> accuweather is coming up.
ing . david is here now with a check of accuweather forecast sprk we are on the upswing. >> we are. feeling better than yesterday. double scan live radar shows us we are dry and as we look on the action cam, around trenton new jersey this morning, this is what you got above, blue skies and cirrus clouds and occasionally you'll see the clouds fill in more and a nice looking day certainly no matter how many clouds filter down from the north and west and nice conditions compared to yesterday. the highlights to your forecast, three winners coming today and especially wednesday and thursday. right now 61 degrees, dew points are nice and low and winds are blustery at 15 miles per hour and range 10 to 20 the rest of
afternoon so a bit breezy and numbers pop to the 60s, millville and cape may are there, 64 in atlantic city. and allentown and reading you'll be in the 60s before too much longer there as well. sunshine today and clouds tried to make a run at us and now they are thinning out. and high pressure is to the south and putting a block up for the thicker clouds in new york state, in the lehigh valley, sun is mixing with occasional clouds 67 degrees after being stuck in the mid-50s yesterday. at the shore more of the same, out of 50s today by a good number, cool but better. we'll go for a high of 69 degrees, i wouldn't be surprised if some spots go to 70 for a short period of time. you do have the breeze to deal with. winds 10 to 20 miles per hour.
i can see kids playing in the sun and saying no jacket, just a t-shirt after school. paw is the overnight low, this is part of the nice package the next several days. we have an afternoon commute, partly to mostly sunny skies and 66 by 5:30, and after the sun drops below the horizon the numbers drop too and we are down to 67 in a hurry, highs in the 50s for three straight days but the change is upon on us now, and the southwesterly flow from the made southwest, well into the 60s today and tomorrow the 70s and the 70s on thursday as well before that cool down occurs, your exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, some sun and milder today and 69 and high clouds filtering in. and tomorrow warm and pleasant, 74 is the high and 75 for a high on thursday, a really nice
stretch of afternoon highs and the overnight low is not bad holding at 50 degrees in philadelphia, thursday night a front comes through and trigger a shower and the big change is the cooler air coming in behind it. on friday a high of 62, another 62 to start out the weekend, and then on sunday another front approaches and kicks in clouds and another southwesterly flow bumps the numbers up. late in the afternoon or evening, the possible of a pop-up shower and those of you heading down to the final union match of the year, 5:00 on sunday, you'll want to keep your eyes on 6abc.com just in case there is a shower around ppl park. monday back to 62. >> i like that 75. that is a treat. speaking of treats, pennsylvania most iconic chocolate maker is doubling the size of one of its sweetest treats, the hershey kiss delux is twice the size of
"action news" at 12:30 continues with rick williams, sara bloomquist and meteorologist, david murphy. >> hello again, here are the stories we are following for you at 12:30, a popular main line restaurant gets the all clear to open after a two month shut down because of health violations. and the new trailer for the next star wars movie sends demand for tickets into outerspace. now the details, a popular main line restaurant is reopening after being shut down because of violations, yang ming was closed down after a customer found a roach in a meal and a surprise inspection turned up for roach and sewage problems.
walter perez is live in radnor with more. >> we have the inspection report, saying yang ming's is clean and now they are reopening and working to change the image. the restaurant is set to reopen tomorrow, the owners and managers took us on a tour showing us the expensive renovations and new floors and new equipment and most importantly no roaches. they say they hire aid really good exterminator. >> they came out daily for one month, and they come out once a week, and will continue to come out once a week. >> the problem he is referring to is a roach infestvation that forced the health department to