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>> 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 couple of happy owls right here.
david murphy has weather and matt pellman has traffic. >> reporter: once again they pulled a come from behind victory. that was exciting. a cold front has exited the region down to the south. of course behind its going to be chillier overall. down to 59 in philadelphia. 50 in allentown. some of the suburbs are milder than yesterday. so the cool air in the process of working its way in but not fully there just yet. as we take a look add winds, 12-mile an hour breeze out of the north in philadelphia. a little bit breezier in spots than earlier this week. 56 degrees by 6:00. 56 by 8:00 a.m. numbers even this morning, mainly clear skies and breezy. rolling through the day it's going to be a different day, 59 degrees by noon. getting into the low 60s this afternoon. 3:00 p.m., 61. i'm expecting a high of 62 around 3:30 or 4:00 p.m.
the weekend looks cooler than what we just experienced matt pellman. i'll have the latest on that along with a spotty shower that may pop up parts of the weekend. >> reporter: we can't veree pete of yesterday? >> reporter: fast forward about -- >> reporter: killing me david, killing me. good morning, everybody, happy friday we're live in bucks county along the super highway. once again, the southbound construction along route 1 will run late. they are blocking the right lane southbound between langhorne and the turnpike. the left lane is getting by at this point without too much of a delay. roosevelt boulevard in east falls. no issues. there's an issue on the inner drive, the express lanes are blocked for the next hour. vine street all lanes reopened
overnight. the benjamin franklin parkway at the bottom of the screen they have set up a new traffic pattern that will be in place until next summer. in landslide daily there's a crash at tall avenue. we're following breaking news, one person died overnight in a shooting at a college campus. police say the gunfire erupted at tennessee university in nashville over a dispute in a dice game. the person who was killed was not a student. police blocked the entrance of the university and made nonstudents leave the campus. three people were shot at an off campus party across the street from the tsu campus last week. it is unclear if the shooter is in custody this morning. two police officers are recovering this morning from a
head-on collision with a cadillac in west philadelphia. it happened at 59th and master streets at 10:00 p.m. fell officers were trying to stop the vehicle driving tinted windows when the vehicle took off. it crashed into a responding patrol car and damaged a nearby row home. the driver and female passenger suffered minor injuries. they found pot in the striking car. the officers are expected to make a full recovery. violence continues to plague parts of wilmington as the city marks the 4th night in a row of bloodshed. police are investigating a triple shooting. the gunfire erupted at 8:00 p.m. they are trying to figure out what set it off. the three gunshot victims are expected to survive. pennsylvania state police are trying to track down a driver who hit a cyclist. the victim is hospitalized at
chester-crozer million center with a head injury -- medical center with a head injury. police believe the suspect may be driving an older model silver sedan, possibly a dodge neon. temple is getting ready for a prime time showdown against notre dame. katherine scott is live at philadelphia international where the people arrived on owl force one about an hour ago. >> reporter: matt, the team is excited, ecstatic after the win last night there place in school history. they want to stay focused on what they have been doing because it's working. you can see the plane is still here, the jet blue plane, but the students have left on buses, and hello e hopefully get a couple of hours of sleep before they have class in a couple of hours. let's go to video of the players filing off the plane.
temple football team touched ground around 4:15. they arrived in their hometown after making a night of school history. it's the first time they've ranked in the top 25 in nearly four decades. on campus, they have been so excited. campus excitement has been building all season long. they did it pulling out the 24-14 victory on the road. students were glued to screens they were packed at bars at the liacouras center they were watching on the jumbotron. what's next, notre dame at lincoln financial field on halloween. >> coach kelly said they are a
great team, we have tough kids whole play hard we'll concentrate on getting them to play as as well as we can. >> reporter: you're looking at the plane that temple football team arrived on in the last hour. hopefully the players will get rest obviously there's a big week ahead as they get ready to play notre dame. >> we believe, go owls. thank you katherine. new on "action news," governor chris christie is getting back up in his push to hold up flights between newark and cuba. he wants to reject service until joe joanne chezimard is extra
extra -- extraditeed to south jersey. the mayoral debate will be haired commercial free this sunday morning on channel 6. editor of citizens website put up a ten thousand dollar reward among voters who make their voice heard in philadelphia in the mayor's race. we take a look at former mayor john street. only two in ten voters cast a ballot in the mayor rasp race. election day is november 3. >> they did the same thing in la, more people voted. >> we'll see if it works hear. storm tracker 6 live double scan is working for you this morning. those sprinkles and showers from last night are off the coast. no precip to show you. as we look outside we have sky6 live hd over the ben franklin
bridge. you can't see it, but we're looking at mainly clear skies behind the passing front. today we'll feature sunshine. temperatures this morning are not all that bad. that mild air that is in place yesterday afternoon is going to take a little while to filter out this morning. 50 degrees in al unto. better than this time yesterday morning. not too bad. 52 in reading, 59. currently in philadelphia. 54 in wilmington. 55 in trenton. 60 in cape may. satellite and radar shows you how the cloud cover has swept through along with the front. cooler air along buffalo and binghamton is on its way in. allentown, mostly sunny, a cool breeze. pay attention to that 62 it's a popular number today. down the shore, 62 lots of sun and breezy there. philadelphia, 62, lots of sun cooler winds will be blustery out of the northwest, breezier
than yesterday. sunshine and a few high clouds. 56 by 8:00 a.m. this afternoon by 2:00 p.m. only 60. that high of 62 will be at 4:00 p.m. this afternoon. heading out to dinner or a movie tonight. there's a lot of good movies out. my wife and i were thinking about seeing something. 59 degrees on the storm tracker 6 live app. 55 by 7:00 p.m. it will be cooler later on tonight. tomorrow, 61 frontal boundary down to the south a few clouds developing as the day goes on as a warm front approaches. behind the front there could be a sprinkle or shower around in the morning, but it will be milder in the afternoon. the union game 67 degrees, 5:00 p.m., 65. at the 90th minute 60 that's the final match for the union at
ppl park. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunny and breezy today, 62. clouds and breezy tomorrow, 61. sunday, 67 degrees mostly cloudy. 63 monday, tuesday, 63. wednesday, the next rainmaker arrives out of the midwest wednesday into thursday rain. >> 5:11. "action news" is coming back with new stories you didn't see last night. these theives are wine afficionados. >> a woman out west is shamed by police for breast feeding her son. >> reporter: overnight construction approaching the blue route has cleared out of the way. plenty of other zones are not gotten. we'll tell you where not to go after the break. >> a maryland bride goes to
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>> reporter: about 8:00 a.m. i didn't know how early people got up. >> now you know. >> reporter: now i know. we are celebrating, the owls are happy. we're happy it's friday. happy friday. coming out of the burbs on this friday this morning, a bit of ay ride where they are doing the paving and milling work. all the lanes are back open between lionville and exton. the project should wrap up in february. you have a lot of work going on in exton near the target. devon state road from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., you want to avoid this they are doing repaving work. head to valley road during the midday. construction going on westbound between downingtown and morgan down the right lane is out of
commission. in fort washington they are working on the ramp 309 eastbound. we have a crash close to horsham easton road at sycamore avenue. there's a wreck at lansdale and 7th street. not bad on the northeast extension. they are doing reassure facing on willow grove avenue. at this point the crews should be out of the way. when they are doing head to paper mill or easton road. time to head to the commuter report brought to you by the waze app. we have a traffic pattern along the parkway. they are tearing down the bridges over the vine street expressway. watch out for that as you travel by the franklin institute. >> thieves in oregon have a distinctive pat -- palate.
the other than tracked down all the barrels, but no arrests were made. >> fieb members of a new york city college fraternity were in court facing charges in relation to the death of a pledge. they were the last of the 37 suspects charged in michael ding's death. he was physically abused during a hazing ritual while they were staying in the poconos mountains. the fraternity itselfs was charged with the murder. in nebraska a mother said she was humiliated by police for breast feeding in public. she was feeding her 4-month-old son at the time. the officer said to have respect for herself and everyone in the room. the nursing mother did not comply, but was never given a ticket. >> police are the ones who know what the laws are.
their jobs to predict my legal rights to breast feed not to claim my for doing are that. >> omaha police department under the mother to file a formal complete. she received an apology from the officer who said, sorry, but not sorry, she could have breast fed in the bathroom or stayed home. the owls are 7-0 for the first time. coach matt ruhl was not pleased in the fourth quarter when there was a second and 24, walker threw to anderson 51 yards there anderson finished what he started with a touchdown grab. temple gets a 24-14 win. the 22nd ranked owls face
notre dame at lincoln financial field on halloween night. the eagles face the panthers on sunday night. we have received a challenge from our affiliate in charlotte to see who has the most passionate fans, duh! we do. it's a battle taking place on facebook. head to our facebook pages and show carolina fans we're far more passionate. >> absolutely. >> i like it already. >> diet tear supplements gnc are charged with lacing supplements with banned ingredients. 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.
construction overnight. off ramp has not opened, you have to go down to woodhaven and get to cornwell heights from the northbound side. the trains are on time with the new schedules that took effect on patco. >> reporter: we have temple and u off d, matt's alma alma mater. it's breezy and sunny today, 62. >> hpv vaccine prevents cancer, but teens are not getting it. reachers study doctors and doctors didn't tell girls when it was due. researchers are telling parents
if your child is approaching adolescents it maybe up to you to mention the hpv shot. >> topping america's money. gnc is fighting back. they are being sued by the state of oregon accused of selling supplements for selling them as natural spiked with synthetic drugs. the recall of air bags may grow larger. the investigation looking into passenger and side air bags. the owner's are being urged to get them fixed as soon as possible. air bags can explode and send debris into drivers. 8 people have died. a competitor is selling a drug for one dollar. it's especially critical lr pregnant women. that's america's money.
>> in the morning buzz this is blowing up on the internet. a young lady in maryland gets married. she was a preacher's father she said she would stay a virgin until she got married. she was millionly certified. she presented her father with a certificate of purity, not only did she go to the ceremony, she
posted it online. it went crazy with some people saying this is really more of a private thing between you and your family shouldn't be on the internet. if you're -- the story is blowing up, shell -- she will be on "g.m.a." a little later and why she chose to get into it in such a public way. >> there's nothing private any more. we share everything don't we. >> coming up on "action news," north jersey residents are outraged because kkk flyers popped up in their neighborhoods. >> federal place make an interesting discovery on the u.s./mexico border. those stories and more "action news" is back in two.
a little girl from rural pennsylvania. with hard work, she was told she could be anything. her father, a coal miner. her mother, a factory seamstress. christine donohue. the first in her family to graduate from college. then law school. for seven years she's served on pennsylvania's second-highest court and earned the very highest judicial rating. now, christine donohue is running for supreme court. to restore integrity, and be a judge for all of us.
is friday, october 23. karen is off, we have david murphy and matt pellman with weather and traffic. >> reporter: another come from behind for temple another exciting last couple of weeks. we have cloud cover that swept through with a light sprinkle or shower. sun will be up over the horizon later on. we're starting out with temperatures not too bad. holding on a little bit of the warmth from yesterday. 60 degrees in allentown. 52 in reading. 54 in wilmington. 52 in sea isle city. there's a cool breeze kicking up in a lot of neighborhoods. in philadelphia, 12 miles per hour, in trenton, 13 miles per hour. maybe a bit breezy at the bus stop. 56 degrees by 8:00 a.m. we'll hold on to the mid 50s. as we go into the afternoon it will not be as mild. noon, 59.