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6:00 a.m. on this friday, october 23 we're working on several breaking news stories. >> one person is dead after gunshots rang out at a college in tennessee we have brand new information about the wounded. >> two philadelphia officers are recovering after a routine traffic stop goes awry. >> temple's recent win carries historic significant. the owls arrive home this morning. >> let's go over to our resident owls, david murphy and
matt pellman has traffic. >> reporter: what a great win for the owls with the notre dame saturday night. we have cooler air working its way in today, but not too bad. 57 degrees in philadelphia. allentown holding on to the 50s, we've been in the 40s in a lot of suburbs, but not so today. the one negative there's a breeze blowing in allentown. philadelphia around 12 down to 8. the air not as still as yesterday. it's cooler today, noon, 59. 3:00 p.m., 61. looks like a high of 62 degrees today at 4:00 p.m. much cooler than yesterday when most spots were in the mid to upper 70s, when i step inside we'll have the weekend call and slight chance of a shower for a brief portion of the weekend we'll nail that down coming up. matt pellman. >> reporter: it's a magical time of the delay when most of the delays are not formed yet and most of the construction is
gone. that's the on street expressway no delays. if you drive the parkway heading toward the city watch out new pattern could cause delays as people get used to it this morning. delays i-95 starting to form southbound lanes approaching cottman and slower approaching girard along i-95. motorcycle crash northbound lanes of the boulevard approaching grant avenue. watch out for the emergency crews on the scene there. we had a crash in montgomery county along greenwood avenue. however along 422 a truck broke down in the westbound lanes at 29 phoenixville collegeville interchange. good news it's off to the side and penndot is helping out. no delays in the westbound lanes or eastbound lanes heading toward king of prussia. taking off a 2, this is 42,
northbound come the headlights a gathering crowd, no delays just yet on this friday morning. >> we continue to have new information on a breaking story out of tennessee. one person died overnight from a shooting on a college campus after a dispute over a dice game. three female students who were walking by were hit by the gunfire. the person killed was not a student. authorities blocked off the entrance to the university and made nonstudents leave the campus. the incident comes a week after an off-campus party shooting across the street from the campus. two police officers are recovering from a head-on collision from a cadillac in west philadelphia. the crash happened at 59th and plaster streets before 10:00 p.m. fell officers were trying to stop a vehicle for having tinted
windows when the vehicle took off. it crashed into a responding patrol car and caused damage to a nearby row home. the driver and female passengers suffered minor injuries. during the search police say they found pot in the striking cars. the officers will make a full recovery. >> violence continues to plague wilmington as the city marks the 4th night of bloodshed. bullet case casings littered the scene of a triple shooting. police are trying to figure out what prompted it all. the gunshot victims are expected to survive. police are trying to track down a driver who hit a cyclist. the 51-year-old was cycling to work along 202 in dplen mills around -- glen mills around 6:30. when he was hit he was not wearing a helmet.
police believe the suspect was not driving a dodge neon. >> temple is 7-0 for the first time in the football program's history setting up a prime time showdown in front of the entire nation against notre dame. katherine scott is live at philadelphia international, katherine, the owl has landed. >> reporter: the owl has landed and hopefully the owls are getting rest right now because they have class later and notre dame next week which is huge. they say they are trying to stay focused on what they've doing because it's working. still they are relishing the moment and making school history. temple football arrived back in philadelphia with one more victory under their belt that victory over east carolina was a huge one earning them a place in school history. the first time they've 7-0 and the first time they have been rank the in the top 25 in four deck aisdz. while -- decades.
while it's exciting the coach said it's important not to focus on it, but focus on their play. on campus, they switch to a watch party for temple football. bars were packed and fans roaring in approval at the win. >> given last year, i don't think anyone expected it. it's been an awesome experience so far. >> it's the first time i've seen a collective group the student body to come out to the game. >> reporter: the team to feel the energy from the fans, the school and the city. >> there's a wonderful temple community out there, and people in philadelphia love good football. they reached out to us and supported us, and that's been
nice. >> reporter: halloween at the linc, they are playing number 11 notre dame and coach said it's going to be a challenge. they are ready for the challenge and play hard and get a victory. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> playing notre dame on halloween night. >> i'm going to have delay my trick or treating. >> reporter: i'm definitely going to the game. it's a run defense for temple. look out. storm tracker 6 live double scan we're dry. stepping outside we have stars out overhead. cameras bouncing a bit as there is a wind blowing this morning. a little bit of a breeze cooling you down. 57 in philadelphia. 51 in allentown. these numbers are ahead of where we were yesterday. we were in the 40s, this cloud cover that's moving through is associated with the front that's pushing past us.
while the cool air is not to that low in yet, it will be here today and it will be cooler. there will be sunshine in the lehigh valley and elsewhere around the region. 62 degrees is the high in the lehigh valley. remember that number, because it's going to get familiar over the region. philadelphia, 62. 62 at the shore. lots of sun, cooler, winds gusting out of the northwest at 20 miles per hour. it will be breezy at times and cooler, but still a pretty day and nice fall afternoon ahead. 58 by 11:00. numbers don't want to move much today. 60 by 2. high of 62 around 4:00 p.m. out for dinner and movie. 7:00 p.m., 55 degrees, perhaps as you're heading into the movie theater. 9:00 p.m. 50 and 11:00, 48 degrees, winds should ease back and die down after dark, but it will be cool. tomorrow the front is to the
south and approaching warm front to the west we'll squeeze out another cool day, mixture of sun and clouds, 61. late on saturday into sunday morning, the front will pass through it could trigger a spotty pop-up shower. we're looking for .1 of rain. this is not a major rainmaker. sunday, it's mild, 67 degrees. the union wrap up their season at ppl park at 5:00 p.m. we'll be at 65 for the start of the match, but down to 60 by the end of the match and the season for the union. we'll see if there's a roster shakeup in the off season. it's possible. 62 today. 61 tomorrow. we have a spotty shower into early sunday morning. otherwise it's mostly cloudy, high of 67. behind that departing front we're cooler. 63 is the high, wednesday another system comes at us, we get up to 67 ahead of it. in the afternoon on wednesday
and in through thursday there's the chance of rain, hey, we could cruise rain instead of the weak little fronts that won't give you very much. this could be a more significant system with an inch of rain. >> not a wimpy system. >> it ate its spinaffirm -- spinach. >> we're tracking overnight paving work that blocked the ramp southbound to the cornwells height parking lot, there's late running construction we'll have that after the break. >>
something there, what's going on. >> reporter: i knew you were wondering what are we selling today. october 23 is tv talk show host day. and movement -- mole day, and ipod day, as well. here's what the future looks like along i-95 it's looking slow in the southbound lanes, 32 miles per hour by cottman. 22 at the work zone at girard. we have a traffic pattern along the benjamin franklin parkway this morning by the franklin institute things look different. as people get used to that, you could see delays, the new pattern they set up overnight lasting until next summer. get used to it it will be out there for a while. on the boulevard there's a motorcycle crash in the northbound lanes approaching grant avenue in the great northeast. watch out for emergency crews
there. elsewhere on route 1, the super highway it's not an easy modern because overnight construction ran late. this is the scene at highland avenue, as you can see the right lane is out of commission with the construction. crews are backing up, working on picking up the cones, but for now, the left lane is getting by coming down from 213 in langhorne heading toward bensalem. it's a slow go on southbound one. elsewhere in bucks county, if you're traveling the pennsylvania turnpike it's closing entirely on sunday morning midnight to 5:00 a.m. they do this sometimes. the stretch is between bensalem and d. he -- dellval. they are reassure -- reassure
resurfacing devon state road. >> thieves with refind palates. stole wine, the maker tracked down the barrels. the takata air bags have a danger to explode during an accident. 8 dents have been linked to the air bags. a mother said she was humiliated and almost cited by police for breast feeding in public. she was approached by an officer while she was feeding her
4-month-old son at the time. he told her to have respect for herself and others in the room and nearly gave her a citation. >> police are to know their job their job to protect my rights to breast feed and not to shame me for doing that. >> she said she received an apology from the officer and he again said she could have breast fed in the bathroom or stayed at home. >> fight or flight. governor christie gets support in his opposition for ground flights from new jersey to cuba. here's tech bytes. >> reporter: the facebook will allow universal searches if you want your posts included select
more park -- passionate. >> like like like like like like. >> you can only do it once. >> reporter: we messed with the wrong people. not battling traffic this morning, ben franklin bridge about is moving fine westbound eastbound right line is knocked out. we're getting word of a crash 130 at center square road. in cherry hill garden state drive is closed head to cherry hill boulevard or cooper language road. mass transit is on time with new schedules that took effect yesterday. >> reporter: from start to finish we're cooler, we're talking sweatshirts, we're rooting for temple and university of delaware, our second college of the morning, that's right matt. 57 degrees by 9:00 a.m. 59 by noon.
it will be chilly, 62 degrees that hits around 4:00 p.m. breezy and sunny, good looking day. at the big board at the airport. no major delays no rain reported in our most commonly traveled destinations. if you were traveling to see the peak foliage for the season, head to the poconos. >> going ton to "healthcheck," hpv vaccine can prevent cancer, many teens are not getting it. researchers surveyed 800 doctors, they found over a quarter of them didn't endorse it in office visitors. 26% didn't tell them when it was due, nearly 40% didn't tell boys even though it's recommended for children of both gender. reachers are telling parents if your child is approaching adolescents you may want to
discuss it with your child instead of the doctor it could prevent cancer growing up. >> katherine scott is at philadelphia international where the undefeated temple owls landed a short time ago. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam that's right, temple football makes school history they have a big week ahead. we're live in south philadelphia with more on on what the team has to do next week to beat notre dame coming up at 6:30.
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>> camden county police are trying to return stolen goods to their rifle -- rightful owners. police arrested a man and sold the items in camden. anyone who thinks they were victims of the theft should contact police to recover their belongings. chris christie is getting support in his back up to hold up flights between newark and cuba until chesmard is indicted back to the u.s. the united airlines expressed interest, but the head of the port authority sent a letter to ceo to reconsider the plan. the power to approve flights lice with u.s. customs an border protect not the border
authority. happening tonight the mayoral debate that will air on sunday at 11:00 a.m. on 6abc. the citizens website doe fate the ten thousand dollars for those who make their voice heard. 2 in ten voters cast the ballot in the last mayor's race. election day is november 3. it would be nice to see a greater turnout. >> hurricane patricia strengthens in the pacific. we'll have that next. >> tourist killed in france we'll have the latest on that. >> breaking now on "action
news," dozens of tourists are dead from a bus collision in french wine country. >> temple owls undefeated season is going strong with a 7th straight win. next they play notre dame, can they do it. >> let's go to our resident temple team david murphy and matt pellman. >> reporter: the 7th straight win for the owls, 7-0. we have cloud cover and related shower activity that went through overnight. it's gone. 57 degrees in philadelphia. notice how the suburbs are in the 50s instead of the 40s like yesterday. the difference there's a wind coming out of the north. you can feel it crewing -- cruising around on the at her i-
at her i terrace. noon probably in the upper 50s and 3:00 p.m., 51. after spending time in the upper 70s, today's high is 62 at 4:00 p.m. we stay relatively cool for the weekend. we have a spotty shower i'll let you know when that occurs and we'll get you set for temple football. >> reporter: good morning to be a temple owl but not a driver in bucks county on route 1. in the southbound lanes because of late-running construction that has cleared out of the way. we are left with the backlog 213 heading toward the pennsylvania turnpike him we're picking up the pace second by second as we watch. it's been a rough go on the southbound side of the riew --
route 1. i-95 is jamming from academy to girard avenue the normal stuff on the chunks of i-95. looking good on the vine street expressway. crews set up a traffic pattern along the benjamin franklin parkway close to the franklin institute. you may see delays for the new traffic pattern that will be in effect until next summer. on the boulevard approaching grant avenue there's a motorcycle crash. watch for emergency crews there. a wreck in logan township gloucester county at center square road. no issues on gloucester or salem counties 295 or the new jersey turnpike. tam. >> thank you, matt. we're following breaking news out of southwest france. a fiery collision between a tour bus and truck has killed 42 people a number of them elderly. this is in the city of bordeau
and the heart of french wine country. scores of emergency workers were called out when the truck and bus caught fire. the bus driver cracked the door open a bit, but only 8 people managed to squeeze through and escape. stay with "action news" as the investigation into the cause of the crash unfolds. >> new this morning, a shooting in the montgomery sent a man to the hospital. shots rang out on powell street in norristown at 11:00 p.m. police say the victim somehow made it a few blocks away and collapsed on the 200 block of wood street. police found the bicycle on the scene which is somehow connected to the shooting. authorities say a lehigh valley man has confessed to killing his he is straingdz -- estranged wife. prosecutors say gordon rohrbaugh strangled his wife jillian on wednesday. she was found with an electrical cord around her neck an sock
taped inside her mouth. they were married for two months and already separated. he has been been charge with murder. people in a northern new jersey town were outraged to find kkk flyers circulating through the neighborhood. they barbed gay men and people of color and jeb bush. the police chief called them trash. the chief said similar propaganda was left on driveways of a neighboring towns a few months ago. governor chris christie and state officials are linked to a lawsuit in the ebola outbreak. the nurse said a newark hospital held her against her will. she treated ebola patients in africa even though she showed no symptoms. she is seeking $250,000 in damages. the house committee grilled
hillary clinton for 8 hours on the deadly 2012 attacks in benghazi. clinton had to balance defending her record of secretary of state while avoiding missteps that could damage her campaign for president. >> i lost more sleep thannal of you put -- than all of you put together. i've been racking my brain about what could have been done or should have been done. so when i took responsibility, i took it as a challenge and an obligation. >> republicans say they are trying to get to the truth behind the attack that killed four americans. democrats call it a political witch hunt. the committee will write a report on the attacks and present it prior to the presidential election next year. hurricane patricia has strengthennenned -- strengthened
into category five. people who lived in this rv park evacuated before a double wide trailer floated away in a foot of water. new this morning, temple owls football team returned home ready to celebrate the win that made team history. let's go over to katherine scott live at philadelphia international and she spoke to the coach. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: this is huge for the team, they made school history they are 7-0. they celebrated a little bit, there was locker room dancing i'm told. who can blame them, it was a big win. they want to keep their focus and momentum, because there's an important week ahead. temple football team touched down early this morning arriving in their hometown after a night of making school history. this is the first time ever temple football has been 7-0.
it's the first time they have been ranked in the top 25 in four decades. it was a huge game and they did it pulling out a 24-14 victory on the road. >> to go down there to beat a good team, to beat them on the road and come back the way we did, i thought it showed character. >> reporter: on campus students crowded around television to watch the owls do battle. you could hear the roar of fans at bars and the liacouras center where students were watching on the jumbotron. >> all their hard work is paying off. we're so happy in our senior year we get to have this much fun. >> reporter: next up for the owls playing number 11 notre dame at lincoln financial field on halloween. >> we'll control us, control the way we practice and prepare control the way we do things and play as well as we can play and hope that's good enough. >> reporter: the coach said they
know how good notre dame is, they played them two years ago, as for the students they are trying to figure out how to get tickets for next week's game. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> a week from saturday, you can watch it on 6abc. you don't need tickets. >> reporter: you want to get tickets spend a lot money kids because it's sold out. storm tracker 6 live double scan we have no precipitation out there. take a look outside we're looking at a nice morning building. we've got the sun up over the horizon. getting bright in the east. temperatures so far not too bad. 57 degrees is the current number in philadelphia. yesterday we were in the low 50s and a lot of suburbs in the 40s, everybody in the 50s this morning. winds out of the north at 8 miles per hour. a little bit breezier that's one change you'll notice. the frontal boundary that is driving the clouds to the south is allowing cooler air to come down out of new york state. the afternoon highs will not be
as warm as yesterday. 11:00 a.m., in the 50s, 60 by noon. the high of 62 degrees at 4:00 p.m. after we spent yesterday afternoon in the mid to upper 700s, it was a nice afternoon. today will be nice, feeling like autumn. 62 in allentown. 62 at the shore. two degree spread between warmer spots and the cooler spots. if you're heading out to friday night high school football tonight a lot of important games across the region. clear and cool. the wind relax as the day goes on. 7:00 p.m., 55. 10:00 p.m. in the upper 40s it is that time of year and feeling like it again. tomorrow with the frontal boundary down to the south and warm front to the west of us we'll be cool. we'll have sun mixing with clouds, 61 degrees, later tonight and into early sunday morning we'll see a spotty sprinkle or shower. it's a weak front not a lot of rain out of that.
behind it on sunday we'll get milder. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, 62 degrees, cool and breezy, lots of sun. 61 tomorrow, a mix of clouds and sun, mostly cloudy on is programs a light shower in the morning, sunny breaks are possible and we'll get back to 67 degrees. it will be nice weather for the union's final match at ppl park at 5:00 p.m. sunny and cooler on sunday, 63. another 63 under the sun on tuesday. wednesday, 67, clouds increase, in the afternoon and at night rain is possible it could spill into thursday. that does not look like a weak system. it will bring us an inch or more of rain. it looks like a good one. >> mexican authorities uncover a way to bring drugs into the states. >> trouble for those trying to get to the airport along 26th
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.
i thought we were celebrating mammals moles. today is mole day because of the basic unit in chemistry that involves the m. le which involves 10/23 date. >> it's like pi day. >> reporter: it's so much more than traffic. heading to 26th street. an accident traffic is squeezing by the crash. getting to the airport off the schuylkill expressway you'll find delays because of the accident on 26th street southbound. on the big picture delays on the schuylkill expressway speeds in the 20s and 30s. i-95 southbound stacking around cottman to bridge and girard. new traffic on the benjamin franklin parkway by the franklin
institute. watch out for changes that could cause delays. motorcycle crash on the boulevard approaching grant avenue watch out for emergency crews out there. we have railroad crossing work at washington avenue at third street. avoid mount laurel road because of the construction there, church gets you around that blockage. >> a drug tunnel under the mexican border shows how sophisticated smuggling operations have become. there's working electricity, and rail car system and steel beams line the route to prevent a collapse. u.s. authorities raided the tunnel and seized 1 tons of marijuana and arrested 1 people. >> the first american in iraq has been killed by isis. the mission was in response to a immanent mass execution by isis militants. authorities have not identified
the american service member who died in the raid. a shark attack survivors is sharing his experience from his hospital bed. he has marks on his knuckles from punching the predator. he said the shark was releptless so he made a final desperate attempt to break free. >> he pulled me down one last time, i stuck my finger in his eye and i pulled out his eyeball so he let go. i got to the surface and holding his boy -- eyeball and let it go and treading water water and let it go. >> a father an son canoeing nearby saved him. he is lost a foot and he will have surgery today to save the other. >> we're tracking cooler weather david.
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texas under flood watches dealing up with the patricia's aftermath. hillary clinton was on capitol hill lasting into the night with 11 hours of grueling testimony. we'll have carly fiorina for an interview. gnc is accused of selling supplements spiked with synthetic drugs. this is not the first time they have been under scrutiny for misrepresenting supplements. in entertainment news daniel craig is sick of playing james bond. he has had enough and has not been shy will sharing his views with the press. we're hearing from our sources possibility there will there coa next james bond in the works they are talking with george stephanopoulos we'll have an
exclusive interview with george. >> don't ask daniel craig to pout. >> reporter: we'll have that coming up. >> thanks, tom. >> you know george stephanopoulos does his own stunts on "g.m.a." he carries his own coffee to the set. >> reporter: let's go outside along 422 not a bad morning on the suburban routes we're starting to see a delay on eastbound 422 from the saint gabe's curve on 23 in the same spot. 42 is not too bad. new schedule took effect on patco with less track work. that's good news. delays on the market frankford line because of equipment issues. >> reporter: temperatures are not too bad. on the big board we're putting sweatshirts on the kids and the afternoon because there's a breeze blowing. this afternoon we'll be chillier
than yesterday. rooting for temple after last night's big win and the university of delaware. if you're running errands, 57 degrees cool sunny at 9:00 a.m. 59 by noon, we get into the low 60s with a high of 62. winds gusting up to 20 miles per hour. autumnal breezy afternoon, matt. >> happening today, mayor will nutter will join other politics and one business leaders to repel 31 stores down the 1 logan square building to raise $275,000 for philadelphia outward bound programs help war veterans and teens who suffered loss. >> good luck to all of them. >> former subway spokesman jared fogle has received repayment in part of his plea
police officers are recovering from a head-on collision in west philadelphia. investigators say cadillac sped off from a traffic stop and hit the officers' patrol car. they are expected to be okay. temple football team is basking in the glory of big win they touched down early this morning after beating east carolina. this is the first time they are starting at 7-0. they face notre dame next. >> reporter: be sure to wear your cherry and white. this is penn street if you're heading to the platt bridge to get to the airport allow extra time. >> reporter: we have sunshine today, 61 degrees, fall we fall back in 8 days. the average first snow is 48 days. enjoy the sun today and don't
good morning, america. one of the most powerful hurricanes ever in the pacific about to make landfall. patricia now a category 5 storm with gusts of more than 200 miles an hour taking aim at a popular tourist destination in mexico. airports closed. american tourists warned of catastrophic damage and texas already hard hit by massive flooding, they're in the crosshairs next. fireworks on capitol hill. hillary clinton off the campaign trail and grilled in front of congress as tempers flare. >> we're better than that. >> facing more than eight hours of questions about benghazi and those four americans who lost their lives. >> i've lost more sleep than all of you put together. >> the fallout and republican candidate carly fiorina here live with her reaction. major lawsuit against nutrition giant gnc. the retailer 00 kused of s