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>> good good morning, breakins on this friday. police are on the scene of another deadly campus shooting in nashville. >> a lehigh valley valley murder investigation involves an electrical cord a sock and duct tape. fresh off a history making win, temple has touched down in philadelphia. they and owls including our david murphy is still flying snroosm right. right now he is firmly on
the ground. good morning, go temple david and matt. they did it in the 4th quarter. >> reporter: this is the heart throb team. they know how to pull it off. we have sunshine coming up over the horizon as most cloud cover is fading off the map. a couple of sprinkles and showers. 61 in philadelphia. 52 in allentown. 55 in reading. overall today will be cooler than yesterday. it's funny because these numbers are better than this time yesterday morning. it's a little breezier that's something to keep in mind. 13-mile an hour wind out of the north this morning in philadelphia. 56 degrees on the backup by 6:00 a.m. probably about the same by 8:00 a.m., mainly clear skies, a bit on the breezy side as we roll into the afternoon it will feel like autumn than it did the last couple of days. 8:00 a.m., 56. 59 by noon. 3:00 p.m., 61 high of 62 around
3:30 or 4:00 p.m. heading into the weekend we'll have the latest for you from accuweather and matt will travel the weekend showers. some of us are dealing with the temple football hangovers, but heads up, there's lots of construction including this on going work zone on the vine street expressway. as has been the case they have the westbound open, eastbound coming off the schuylkill expressway remains closed should be open before too long. at the bottom of the screen, a lot of work was happening. they have shifted the lanes around, if you drive the parkway you'll see a traffic pattern there if you head toward center city with one of the inner drives lane blocked, a pattern that will be with us for a while. looking fine on the boulevard. up around ryan watch out for construction on the inner
drives. delco, the blue route right lane out of commission, the ramp to the blue route is open. paving work in montgomery county beginning the next half-hour along willow grove avenue. >> police are investigating a deadly shooting at tennessee state university in nashville. one person who was not a student has died. two others injured in the hospital. the gunfire erupted over a dice game. this is the latest it's incidenf gun violence at this campus. last week three people were shot across the street from the school. shots rang out on powell street at 11:00 p.m. in norristown. the victim made it a few brokes away and collapsed on the 200
block of wood street. police found a bicycle on the scene that is connected to the shooting. the victim was flown to penn presbyterian hospital. no word on his condition at this time. >> police in radnor has arrested a 26-year-old man accused of luring three students at an elementary school. daniel lee is behind bars. he tried to talk to the same three students twice outside the school earlier this week. lee's mother tells "action news" that her son has autism and meant no harm. police decided to let the courts decide. a lehigh valley man is behind bars accused of strangling his estranged wife. gordon rohrbaugh is accused of murdering his wife julian. -- jillian. the two were only married a few months and already separated.
>> it's chilling. it's across the street. when i saw all the detectives over there, boyds the police cars, i knew something was up. >> police say gordon rohrbaugh has confessed to the crime. 3-year-old brandon creato will be laid to rest today. all around town blue ribbons are tied to homes and businesses. brandon's father reported him missing on the morning of october 13. several hours later he was found in the woods nearby. no arrests have been made. friends of the man killed in wilmington rodney square are calling on the city to install a plaque in his honor. they gathered at the scene of the attack to rally for support. he was found stabbed to death while protecting a child and woman from a mantua -- a
man with a knife. >> hillary clinton is finally finished testing before a committee on benghazi. >> reporter: it was a marathon day, hillary clinton in the hot seat for over 8 hours, the entire hearing lasting 11 hours. right out of the gate republican committee chairman traydy telling clinton this investigation is not about her. this investigation is about four people who were killed defending our county on foreign soil. it is about what happened before, during and after the attack it is that killed them. >> democrats had a different take. >> it's an effort to derail
hillary clinton presidential campaign. >> reporter: clinton wrote an e-mail to her daughter chelsea. two of our men were killed in benghazi by an al qaeda like group. but that was different from the statement she made immediately after the attack that it was the result of a protest from a video. >> you had two ambassadors that made several requests, here's what happened to their requests, they were torn up. >> reporter: that's not true, congressman. >> throughout the long hearing, clinton was cool, deliberate not taking any political bait from republicans. once again hillary clinton took responsibility for what happened three years ago. she grew emotional about talking about how much sleep she has lost and racking her brain about
how much could have been done to protect the four americans. >> all hail the conquering heros, the temple football is back in philadelphia. the owls are flying high from their record-making win over east carolina, the best start they have ever had. katherine scott is live at philadelphia international airport, where the team has landed. is the team dancing down the stairs, katherine? >> reporter: not dancing down the stairs, but in the locker room. we did speak with the coach, he said what they have been doing is working. they have been celebrating after their victory last night. they want home hopefully -- they went home hopefully to get a little rest before a big weekend. they arrived in their hometown
after a night of school history. it's the first time temple has been ranked in the top 25 in four decades and 7-0. excitement on campus has been building all season. this was a huge game for the owls. they did it pulling out a 24-14 victory on the road. on campus, students crowded around the tvs to watch the owls do battle. you could hear the fans at the liacouras center where students were watching on the jumbotron very happy about what they say. we spoke with the coach after he got off the plane. he said it was a long, but a great night. >> we try not to get caught up too historically, but there's a lot of great temple football teams, but to be the first one, that's great for these guys.
>> reporter: back live at the airport, the jet blue plane is still here, the team has taken off to get rest. we asked the coach about notre dame next week. he said it will be a tough challenge they will work hard and play hard and meet that challenge head on. live in south philadelphia, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." matt and tam. >> they can do it, thank you, katherine. >> 4:40. much more ahead on "action news," new video coming in flooding in texas, neighbors watch as the waters carried away an entire home. >> check out the new hitech tricked out delivery cars. >> reporter: it's cooler today. we have to root for temple right? , matt this is for you, the other college is the university of delaware. we'll need sweatshirts. looking ahead only 8 days to set the clock back and the average
evacuated before a double wide trailer floated away in the rushing water. forecasters say a few areas could see up to a foot of rain by the time the system clears out. i guess that's associated with the hurricane off the coast of western mexico. >> reporter: it's the same moisture, the hurricane itself is far away from these areas. we'll get an area of low pressure that's coming out of that part of the county that could bring i say rain. right now, however, we're looking at satellite, satellite is showing us cloud cover out there. sort of disappearing to the south of us. that's good, is it not? as we look outside we're looking at the airport. it does look like we're mainly clear expecting sunshine coming up over the horizon later on. looks like the sun will stay with us today for the most part across the region, so that's good. we are, however, looking at cool
conditions and continuing with that trend through the afternoon. the temperature is 61 degrees. the dewpoint is nice and low. it's breezy this morning, winds out of the north at 13 miles per hour. it's been a little while since we've had a breezy morning. think about that as you put on layers or grab a coat out of the closet. we'll have clear skies and see sun. by 11:00 a.m., 58. temperatures not moving much and the suburbs will be cooler than the numbers. this afternoon,er we are in the low 60s. 62 is the high around 4:00 p.m. by the time the sun gets close to the horizon it will be down to 50 degrees. high temperature in allentown. 62. as you look at numbers from north to south there's not much of a spread. breezy as well.
if you're heading out tonight for high school football look for a temperature of 55. 10:00 p.m. we'll be down to 49. in the suburbs it will be cooler. the winds will relax after dark. it will be cool and chilly. layers tonight for football. for the weekend on saturday, that front is still far behind us and below. we'll have a warm front to the west that might kick in a few more clouds and late-night shower. the big story is the cool temperature sticking around, 42 is the high. on sunday we could warm up on the backside of that front and there could be morning showers around. 62 is the breezy high today. tomorrow, 61 in philadelphia. clouds an sun. sunday, cloudy, sprinkle or shower in the morning, once that's done we might get sun in the afternoon, fairly cloudy day and high of 67. monday, we're looking at
63 degrees partly sunny skies, 63 sunny and cool on tuesday, up to 67 degrees, 67 degrees will be the high on wednesday, i'm being told two things. 67 degrees with afternoon rain that rain could spill into thursday, that rain could be much-needed rain, maybe an inch or more, guys. >> thanks, guys, let's look at business here. facebook is putting searches on steroids. the search media site has launched a new search tool allowing users to come through all public posts not just from friends that you follow. it will have breaking and developing news. mcdonald says their sales are rising for the first time in two years. they have added all day breakfast items. they have pledged to improve food quality. wall street saw big gains,
all major indices are up with the dow gaining 20 points. dominoes will launch one one pizza delivery cars they will be outfitted with an warming oven. it can hold up to 80 pizzas at a time. directors of par month pictures were on hand to kick off the film festival at the prince theater. 6abc is a proud sponsor of this year's festival. alarming flyers show up in a north jersey town. the message from the kkk is angering neighbors and police. after a home is washed away
16 hours away. i-95 southbound lanes overnight construction still blocking the off ramp to corn wells heights, they are reassure facing the ramp overnight. they will be out of there shortly. crews have cleared from the vine street expressway, all lanes reopened. they worked at the benjamin franklin parkway setting up a new traffic pattern. things look different there this morning. had a crash involving a deer in willow grove, that's cleared. have work on the ramp from fort washington to the eastbound lanes of the turnpike. in the westbound lanes of the turnpike between downingtown arena morgantown watch for construction there. >> people in north jersey were outraged when they found kkk flyers. the flyers were handed out in
will i lindhurst. the police chief called the handouts trash and a terrible attempt at recruitment. >> it's upsetting number one. it's more upsetting that this organization even exists. we don't appreciate it. we don't appreciate it here, it's disgusting. police don't think the specific neighborhood was necessarily targeted. similar problem began did a was left on neighboring towns a few months back. a bay house swept into the bay during a powerful storm earlier this month. salvaging efforts have begun in grassy sound cape may county. state officials estimate the cleanup will cost $200,000. the tab may go to homeowners not taxpayers.
you, i'm going to shoot you. >> maryland williams grabbed her gun when she heard a commotion outside a california bedroom. sheriffs were searching for armed robbers who broke into her elderly neighbor's home. they were not able to catch the men, but the suspects dropped the jewelry and gun and mask which ties them to the home invasion. tony lee has marks on his knuckles from repeatedly punching the shark. it happened off the coast of hawaii last week. he said the shark was relent ltz, he made a final desperate attempt to break free. >> he pulled me back last time, i stopped and put my finger in his eye and i pulled out his eyeball. he let go. i got to the surface and let go and treading water. >> father and son canoeing
nearby heard his screams and helped him to shore. he lost a foot and scheduled for surgery today to try to save the other. >> 4:58. suspected thief with a taste for fine wine are targeting businesses in the northeast. >> two police officers are recovering from nasty crash in west philadelphia. details when "action news" returns.
>> good morning, it is 5:00 a.m. on this friday october 23 we're working on several breaking news stories. >> one person is dead after gunshots ring out at a college in tennessee. >> two philadelphia officers are recovering after a routine traffic stop goes >> temple makes history this morning. >> reporter: we have a