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will feature more police in the wake of the paris attacks. a deaf woman is hospitalized after being rescued from her burning apartment overnight. chris sowers is here with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. colder today, but not as windy, right? >> reporter: that's the key with the temperatures dropping off as low as they did, had it been windy it would have felt awful. we lost the winds and the temperatures are colder. this is where we started out this morning, millville, pine barrens 26 degrees. doylestown, 29. quakertown 29. mount holly 32 degrees, philadelphia bottomed out at 37. it was milder in the city, all the numbers are starting to rebound now, now that the sun is up shining brightly. 44 in allentown, millville, 7,
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trenton, 42. we have a windchill of 38. you can see 89 windchills are a couple of degrees cooler than the actual air temperatures. feels like 39 in wilmington, 40 in philadelphia. 43 in millville and 42 for dover. forecast for today, sunshine, 11:00 a.m., 50 degrees, 1:00 p.m. 56 and 3:00 p.m., 58 we're shooting for a high of 60. a real nice finish to the weekend, again, we looks like the wind. it will feel nicer out there we get up to 06. >> now to the latest on the deadly terror attacks in paris. the scerch continues for the -- search continues for possible accomplices that left 129 dead and hundreds wounded. relatives of the bomber ws taken into custody last night.
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paris remains under curfew. tourist sites afternoon the city of lights are closed. notre dame will have a special service for the victims. president francois hollande has canceled his trip for the g20 summit. >> reporter: sunday in paris, investigators continue their pains taking look at the 6 scenes of the friday night terror attack. >> i heard shooting like dat dat dat dat dat that for ten minutes without stopping. >> reporter: survivors recount the horror where gunmen shot 90 people e people to death during a sold out rock concert. 350 people were injured at least 129 others killed.
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among them americanmi gonzales shot and killed at a restaurant. >> i feel lost, it was my only daughter. >> reporter: isis claiming responsibility for the calculated attacks. carried out by seven terrorists wearing identical suicide vests all dead. police making several arrests in belgium trying to track down everyone with links to what french president hollande called an act of war. state of emergency is in effect here, the eiffel tower and disneyland paris is closed as the nation continues to mourn. marcy gonzalez, paris. the national football league announced beefed up security at all games today that
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includes lincoln financial field. the link is telling fans to expect increased law enforcement presence inside and outside the parking lot. fans are asked not to bring bags, if you do bring a bag it must be made with clear plastic vinyl. the fans we spoke with said they appreciate the safety. >> we'll appreciate the long lines that will be out there, we won't get quite as upset. >> it's important to do what we've been doing all along. >> reporter: the league stresses there's no known threats here in the u.s., but being done out of an abundance of caution. port of authority of new york and new jersey said it has increased patrols and checks of bags buses trucks and trains. state police and port authority officials asked everyone to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities. pennsylvania governor tom
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wolf is urging residents to remain vigilant. he said police in philadelphia stepped up security and police may see a heavier police presence in other parts of the state. but he said there remains no known immanent threat to the commonwealth. >> dozens of people galleried at love park to show their support for france. a candle light vigil was held to remember the victims of the terror attacks. candle were placed in a peace symbol. one french national whose parents live in paris spent the day frantically trying to reach of them. his parents are okay. >> that's where i live, it's your place and your home, your country, family, friends, people you may know. >> another man from south philadelphia said the french stood behind us after 9/11 now we have to do the same for them.
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a number of buildings across the city of philadelphia are showing solidarity with the people of france. liberty towers and lit brothers and the cirrus center were lit up in the colors of the french flag. our coverage continues at 6abc.com where we posted photos and videos along with the latest information all there right now at 6abc.com. >> from our delaware newsroom a deaf woman is hospitalized after her apartment caught fire overnight. "action news" was there as firefighters pulled the woman out of the buildings here in new castle. it happened at the aldon park dwormt at 4:30 -- development at 4:30 a.m. the woman was rushed to christiana hospital in critical condition suffering from smoke inhalation. the fire marshalls office is investigating what caused the blaze. philadelphia police are investigating a shooting that left more than two dozen gun
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shell casings and a man fighting for his life. it began with an argument in the city's tioga nicetown section. it ended when someone opened fire on a 28-year-old man when he was in his car on 17th and erie avenue. he drove on 17th for a block until he crashed into a parked car. he was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. police found 30 shell casings at the scene. police are investigating a shooting in north philadelphia that left a man hospitalized in critical condition. it happened on swain street at 3:00 a.m. police tell "action news" a 25-year-old man was shot several times. two men have been taken into custody for questioning in connection with the shooting. >> a driver is hospitalized after a nasty crash in lower makefield township. it happened on big oak road near ferry road. police say the driver lost control and hit several trees. he was trapped inside the wreckage. it took firefighters 20 minutes to free the man.
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he was rushed to saint st. marys medical center for treatment. no word if charges will be filed. three homes were damaged by fire it happened on the unit block of victory avenue in upper darby, delaware county. firefighters found flames shooting from the first floor of the home, it took firefighters an hour to bring the blaze under control. nobody was hurt, investigators are working figure out what started that blaze. >> a holiday tradition to help families in need continues across the delaware valley. boy scout troops expand out across the area and handed out bags for the annual food drive. the action cam caught up with the scouts in delaware county. families are asked to fill the bags with nonperishable food items. it's a project 6abc has proudly supported for 30 years. join us here on 6abc next wednesday november 18 for our live telethon to benefit
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philabundance. volunteers and special guests will be on the phone taking your donations from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. our sarah bloomquist will host the event. for more information log onto 6abc.com, we're happy once again to help feed our neighbors in kneed. >> really a need. there's much more to come on "action news" sunday morning, a hollywood icon visitors a cafe in scotland that helps the homeless to get off the stick. liking live sky6 live hd wilmington, delaware, meteorologist, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come right back.
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don't see everyday a section of the pier was blasted with an yurnt -- under water implosion in california. california department. transportation cruised state-of-the-art technology to protect underwater wildlife. they cruised sonar that kept sea life away. so annual lovers don't have to worry, they didn't kill any fish in the sea. >> reporter: let's get you outside and show you the view. this is the shot city avenue in the backgrounds.
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it is a little bit breezy, but not as windy as yesterday or the day before when we had gusts as high as 40 to 43 miles per hour. double scan live is clear. we have no issues to talk about today. we'll keep it dry tomorrow tuesday and wednesday, as well. wednesday into thursday things get interesting around here. 46 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 32. winds out of the west/southwest at 13 miles per hour. that's where they will stay throughout the afternoon. they will range from ten to 15 miles per hour. we'll call it breezy, not windy. 44 that's the present air temperatures in allentown. same number in reading, 40 in lancaster, 46 for philadelphia. millville you were down to 26 degrees this morning now you're up to 47 there are the breezes out of the west/southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. they are not out of the north this time around. they will shift in a southerly direction that will help to warm things up as we move along in
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the seven-day forecast. future tracker 6 showing the winds, ten to 15 miles per hour when we start the clock at 1:00 p.m., dolphins game we'll call it breezy at the linc. not windy. satellite and radar showing a little bit of a cloud deck trying to form over the delaware valley. when i was outside it was a thin deck of cirrus, the sun shines through that. for the most part you'll see sunny conditions today. the lonestar state dallas getting clobbered, we have a huge storm that will travel owft four corn -- out of the four cornerses that will explode and rip through numerous cities out here, on the backside of it could be cold enough for the folks in the rockies to see snow. all that will stay to the west over the next few days. for us back home, high pressure
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that's the dominant feature that will keep the skies bright and sunny today and tomorrow and tuesday. the next three days look really, really nice. the winds shift out of the west/southwest that helps the temperatures up. so, forecast for today if you're heading to the lincoln financial field, eagles taking on the dolphins 1:00 p.m. start time. you'll need something with sleeves it's a milder day with temperatures in the upper 50s, breezes out of the west/southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. philadelphia topping out at 60 same thing for millville and dover. lancaster, 58. trenton, 58. cape may, 59 and atlantic city 60 degrees, overnight tonight it's clear and cold once again, but not as cold as what we saw this morning. this morning some of the outlying suburbs dropped into the 20s. cold spots, reading, 37 millville, 38. in center city 45 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast warming up
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nicely tomorrow, sunny and mild, 64. tuesday, sunshine just a few passing clouds, 60 degrees, wednesday still nice, the skies become cloudy, a mild day up to 66. wednesday night into thursday that's when the storm pulls through. periods of rain, some of it heavy, thursday's high, 67 next weekend at this point looking good everything clears out. >> a nonprofit organization serving philadelphia's hispanic community got a new playground courtesy of disney. it was b on hunting park avenue. 200 volunteers including a few from abc worked together to build the playground in just 6 hours plat. we'll be right back.
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>> "healthcheck" this morning, older adults with diabetes may need to get their exercise by playing video games. working up a sweat on systems like wee may help older adults.
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they found that it brought their heart rate up to moderate aerobic activity. young people don't get too excited about the study, the exercise intensity may be too low for crowning folks. researchers in norway have looked at a drug widely used to treat heart failure at the time women are receiving cancer treatment. that seemed to prevent heart decline, as well. a larger study is underway to test further results. the drug is available in generic form right now. and readily available. delaware county community came together to say thank you to the police department. the event marks the start of the police appreciation week. for the next few days, neighbors are encouraged to show
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appreciation for everything the officers do to keep the community safe. [bagpipes]. >> bagpipes played at the unveiling of a new mural. the philadelphia mural arts created this mural of michael goodwin. his family along with hundreds of fell firefighters were on hand for the unveiling. in northeast philadelphia another fallen his or her was remembered on the -- another fallen hero was remembered on the football field. patrick mcdonald who served on the highway patrol division was shot and killed by a suspect he pulled over seven years ago in north philadelphia. >> reporter: welcome back
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everyone, 9:23 sunday morning time for the traveling forecast. we'll start you out with satellite anticipate -- and radar. most of the country looks quiet out there, that's how it will stay this afternoon. there's a lot of weather developing over the next few days, future tracker 6 shows a squall line developing monday into tuesday and on the backside we could see snow. they will be measuring this to the tune of feet in the colorado rockies. severe weather threat will be in the southwest today across the lonestar state of texas monday. tuesday, all of it shifts east. what's happening with the front that's approaching you have a strong wind out of the south. you go ten thousand feet up the
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winds is out of the of the southwest. you can see the change in this direction with height gets everything spinning. there's the tornado threat over the next couple of days centralized across the heartland of the nation. if you're traveling in dallas or houston or anywhere continue to check ahead over the next few days. look at the rockies, anywhere from 12 to 18 inches of snow. all the major hubs are quiet all flights on time, it will stay that way this afternoon if you're flying out tonight or tomorrow, check ahead. orlando is nice and mild sunny skies 71. >> in a world about convenience time saving appsen are on the rise. avoiding long lines there's an app for that. kenneth moten looks at the must have apps. >> reporter: in this frantic got to do it kind of world consumers
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are turning to their phones to help with time for the crucial morning cup of joe, starbucks has an order and pay feature on their mobile app no line, no wait. >> i think it's smart you can get anything nowadays, the difference between two sources is how convenience it is. >> reporter: starbucks is offering convenience for those on the go. if you have a smart phone in hand you're just a few clicks away from saving time. >> we should expect to see so many more of the apps in the future. people are about using technology to make their lives more efficient. >> people are using hungry to pick a type of of food from restaurants in the area. drivers using uber keep meal
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options in their temperature controlled bag. customers eat and uber delivers. there's ship upload an item you want to mail and a courier picks i says it up in 20 minutes. >> we are the easiest way to send anything anywhere. we package them and sthip them -- ship them at the lowest available price. >> reporter: the business and so many others are hoping the apps make the long wait a thing of the past, kenneth moten abc washington. topping the some people scene this morning, actor george clooney is well-known for his charitable deeds and now a cafe in scotland has profited from his generosity. the sandwich shop employees and
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feeds the homeless in edinburgh. he donated to the cafe. >> clooney spent time with the staff taking pictures and learning more about it and how it works it gets homeless off the street and on their on two feet. >> much more to come on the sunday morning edition of "action news." kia announces a recall on its popular suv. those stories and more, plus meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues. neighbors pricing. that doesn't happen every day. make black friday hassle-free with low prices ford cars, trucks and suvs.
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long. >> reporter: i haven't been complaining, but it's been cold, i enjoy the coral weather. take a look at the numbers north and west, slatington up to 44. some of the areas are down into the 20s around 6:00 a.m., 7:00 a.m. this morning. we're seeing a nice rebound. coatsville, 43. kennett square, 43. warrington, 44. levittown checking in at 44 degrees. 46 in glassboro, 47 in buena, 49 on the delaware bay agenda beach. here's satellite and radar, just showing a few high, thin clouds overspreading the area. sun shines brightly right through that. we're not expecting dull conditions, the wider view showing that's the only area that's seeing cloud cover this morning. got to go up into new england places like maine, vermont and new hampshire. that's where the cloudy conditions are. enjoy it.
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today, start to finish, milder, 60 degrees that's the forecasted high. as we look ahead here as nydia mentioned chilly tailgating weather, you'll need to bundle up at least the light jacket and the hat. it's turning milder in the seven-day forecast, several days this week could climb to 65 if not warmer and we have the chance of rain and thunderstorms by thursday. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when i see you again in just a little bit, guys? >> thanks, chris. we gin this half-hour -- begin this half-hour with the latest attacks in paris. police say this car was rented in brussels and found near the scene of the bataclan concert hall. this comes always the investigators identify one of the suicide bombers in the attack. 129 people were killed, the
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world mourning the loss along with all the people france. >> reporter: an outpouring of support from around the world for the victims of the terror attack. >> new york city stands with our friends today. >> i hope they see all the support this is the time to heal. >> we have to figure out why this is going on. >> reporter: among the victims naome gonzalez a student at cal state long beach. >> she was a shining star. >> reporter: terrorists armed with rifles and suicide vests carried out attacks at 6 different locations, isis claimed responsibility for the bloodshed, french president hollande called the attacks an act of war. investigators are scrambling to track down accomplices and not
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just in france there's been raise and arrests in belgium. a car rented in brussels was found near the site of the attacks. one of the suspects was known to the police and cnn pressed one french senator how he slipped through the crackings. >> a murderer was known before they were acting like that. >> that's a problem. >> reporter: meanwhile, 1500 troops crossed frampleg in an effort to thwart any future attacks. there's been an outpouring of support for the victims of the terror attacks. outside the white house, the french ambassador held a moment of silence he thanked the crowd for coming. the vigil was held near the statue of marquee de lafayette who fought during the american
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revolutionary war. >> the nfl is beefing up security at all nfl games in the wake of terror attacks an friday. fans are asked to leave their bags at home. if you're bringing a bag, only plastic or vinyl bags will be aloud into the game. the extra security measures are being put into place out afternoon abundance of caution. passengers landed at philadelphia international airport after spending two frightens days in paris, some said they were locked down in restaurants during the shootings and bombings on friday night. [ no audio ] >> now, one couple on the plane said while it was a scary experience they would not let terrorists prevent them from
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returning to paris a city they love. for more information go to 6abc.com where we posted video and photos all right there right now at 6abc.com. a florida mom received a death threat following the terror attacks. the man said he has a militia that will grow to the islamic center outside petersburg. police have increased patrol. the local council on islamic replacing laces said the terrorists do not support the views of vast majority of muslims saying islam is a religion of peace. president obama spoke out about the terror attacks. during a meeting president obama called for an all-out effort to track down the organizers of the paris killings. >> i'm sure president hollande
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and the french people we stand in solidarity with them in hunting down the perpetrators of the crime and bringing them to justice. >> reporter: the president said the u.s. stands with turkey and europe to reduce the flow of migrants adding that u.s. and turkey will redouble efforts to resolve the syrian civil war. secretary of state john kerry in the g20 summit said it paris attacks underscore the threat to the world. they are working on a ambitious and incomplete plan to end the civil war in syria. >> the attacks in paris were the focus in the company baits among the democratic candidates for president.
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hillary clinton bernie sanders and martin o'malley took to the stage and spoke about america's role against the fight against isis. >> this is not an american fight although american leadership is essential. >> reporter: it is america's best, we work best in collaboration with oural lice. >> what we needed to is lead an international coalition that includes the muslim nations in that region that will have to fight and defend their way of life. >> isis was a main topic for the gop candidates. many saying america needs to take a lead role in eradicating isis before we have a terror plot in the u.s. police are looking into two establisheses at the university of -- two stabbings at the
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university of indiana pennsylvania. students were sent e-mail alerts to lock their doors. there was no word on a motive. police in washington is investigating a shooting at union station. a man was threatening an off duty officer with a knife. the suspect was shot, a bystander was wounded in the leg, shows expected to be okay. a man from wilmington, delaware who lost his life while trying to save a woman and her baby from an attacker. a park bench honors thomas cunningham. he inter veendz when he saw a man -- intervening when he saw a man with a knife chasing a woman and her baby. officials in montgomery are
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looking into what sparked an explosion inside a home. the action cam was on the scene as firefighters assessed the damage in plymouth township last night. it happened inside a one story house an arch road at 9:30, nobody was hurt in the blast. police are looking into what sparked a home that belonged to a firefighter. the fire started in the attic of the 3 story home. nobody was hurt. >> there's much more to come on the skinned morning edition of "action news" -- sunday morning edition of "action news," they were operated by war, now, years later this couple is reunited over the internet. >> now looking live through sky6 live hd at center city, meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come right back.
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and seedlings in valley forge national park. looks like they had a good time all bundled up there. >> reporter: all bundled up, the weather is nice and colder. >> speaking of bundle up. >> reporter: when i go out there on city avenue there's trees and there's a family of squirrels, they drop these things on my head. by the way can i get workman's comp for that? >> talk to the boss. >> reporter: let's take a view outside there's the philadelphia international airport. it's quiet out there right now, it's a little breezy, the sun is shining down brightly it's a nice morning and temperatures are going to respond. nice and clear we don't have any
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issues to talk about in the foreseeable future. that changes wednesday into thursday, but right now everything looks good. 60 degrees we started at 37. close to the seasonal averages. lancaster, 40 degrees, poconos 36. millville, 47 sea isle city and cape may, coming in at 51 degrees, 40 is what it feels like in philadelphia when you factor in the breeze. 40 in allentown, 28 that's the windchill in the poconos. 38 in trenton, 43 in millville. 42 in dover. if you're going to be doing tailgating you'll need a heavier coat until the temperatures get into the 50s and 60s which will do around 11:00 a.m. the weather is nice and quiet along the eastern seaboard. that changes the farther west
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you go. heavy snows across the colorado rockies and a squall line, a potent squall line developing in through here, millions will be affected by this over the next couple of days. there's a tornado threat and straight line wind threat where we could see winds in excess of 50 to 60 miles per hour. we get a second severe weather season this time of year as the seasons begin to change from summer to within the. the transition state brings rough stuff. we'll get it down there. temperatures, 56 in dallas. memphis, 48. cincinnati 37. the farther south you go the warmer it gets, all that is heading north and east into our neck of the woods. there's future tracker really what we're timing out are the winds here over the next few days, clear overnight tonight, monday, bright and sunny, no weather issues out there. here comes tuesday, we get this back door cold front slipping
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through. winds will shift out of the northeast that will cool the temperatures down a little bit. 60 degrees today, 64, 65 tomorrow. back down into the upper 50s, close to 60 degrees by the time we get into tuesday, all thanks to the front. lots of sunshine for the lehigh valley we'll call it seasonable. 58 degrees is the forecasted high for allentown. atlantic city pretty much the same maybe a degree or two warmer, sunny and nice, high of 60 for philadelphia. 58 degrees mostly sunny and nice, winds out of the southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. don't pay attention to that. overnight tonight, clear and cold with lows dropping into the 30s and 40s again. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we'll go mostly sunny, 60 degrees today, sunny and mild for monday, 64. tuesday, sunshine along with passing clouds and high of 60. wednesday things start to change a little bit. the skies cloud up, 66 degrees, wednesday into thursday, periods of rain, some of it heavy at times, the latest forecast
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models are showing anywhere from 1 to 2 inches the possibility of thunderstorms thursday afternoon. that's a little strange for the end of november. next weekend looks good. >> thanks, chris careful. >> the late beau biden was honored at a father daughter dance in wilmington. four years ago beau and his daughter attended this at bethel church. last night their picture was framed and put on display. the daniels highlights the positive impact many fathers have on their daughter's life. it's an opportunity to experience a fancy affair while spending quality time with dad. we have a recall to tell you
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about involving the kia seoul, 260,000 models were recalled do to a problem with the steering controls. the adhesive used to secure the steering gear may not be strong enough. if it fails the drivers won't be able to control the car. so far there's been no accidents or injuries due to the problem. >> we are here at the "action news" big board with the big talker this morning. you've seen the stores decked out in holiday decors and one is coming under fire for a particular sweater it is selling for christmas. target is selling this red green and white sweater that some say makes light of a mental illness. it's has acd and obsessive
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christmas disorder. some say it makes fun of a mental illness, target said they have no plans to remove the sweater. now to a story enduring love norwood thomas said he fell in love withurant. he fell in love with her in he can land. he sent letters to her and asked her to join him here in the u.s. a few months ago, thomas' son received an e-mail from a man in strahle. he was her son reaching out to her she wanted to talk to thomas. >> we're able to to say hello eye to eye, this is a wonderful situation. the only big problem is i can't
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take you in my arms and give you a squeeze. >> durant admitted she still has her picture of thomas in croon form that sits on her dresser. she said says hi to him every morning. >> they are using skype to catch up on the past 70 years. we'll be right back with a look at sports.
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every coconut has a dream. to come out of its shell. to show all the world its true, inner beauty. and then, in an ironic twist, get covered up by chocolate and almonds. almond joy mounds. what every coconut wants. it's the holidays. and of course, everyone wants to get online at once. to watch things. buy things. but slow internet makes it hard. that's why it's time to get fios. it has the fastest internet and wifi available. with speeds from 50 to 500 megs. and right now, you'll get 50 meg fios internet, tv and phone for 79.99 a month online for your first year.
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and with a 2 year agreement, we'll give you all the premium movie channels for a year. plus, 400 dollars back. so go online or call now. get out of the past. get fios. sky6 live hd taking a live look for us there at the temple courts with our temple university camera. it's too chilly to be playing tennis this morning, everyone is bundled up inside. turning to sports, the
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eagles could recapture the number one standing at the linc. the flyers skate to a much-needed win. here's jeff skeverski with all your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: by the end of the day, the birds could be back in first place, but first things first, the eagles have to beat miami. they can get a run their next three against last-place teams. >> i think we're better than when we started the year. >> we're focused on the dolphins, a great team, their offense is explosive. we have our hands full. >> they are big and physical and fast they have guys on the interior that can make plays. we'll have to get after this this week. >> jason peters is questionable with a back injury. temple's dream season a night nightmare in stamp -- in tampa.
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temple on the road in tampa the "d" has been among the best in the country, but they allow over 300 yards rushing. marlin matt runs for 230. temple down 21 at the half. pj walker goes down and so do the owls, temple lost. temple has given up 84 points in the last games. this is the last thing the flyers need they are struggling, mark striet will be out 6 weeks for surgery on the groin area. flyers down as many as two, back they can in the third, off wayne
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simmons and in and tied at 2. in ot, jake borachek scores, finally, his first of the year. flyers winning 3-2 in ot their second win in their last ten. sixers in san antonio they would love one of these. okofor scores 21 and 12 rebounds. dunkin gets the best of the sixers, they lose they have lost 20 straight going back to the last year. phillies acquire a veteran from arizona that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski. >> the metropolitan opera paid tribute to the victims of the terror attacks. >> yes they opened the matinee
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with the french national anthem. members of the audience rose to their feet some even sang along. >> much more to come on the sunday morning edition of "action news." models of iconic pieces of history are created from popular children's toys. >> at age 897 she is still going stro -- 97 she is still going strong, look at her and hear about her optimistic you'll on life. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues.
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>> welcome back it is 10:00 a.m., sunday, november 15. in the news, paris and the entire world mourn the victims of industry's terror attack -- of friday's terror attacks as they search for possible accomplices. >> eagles game will feature more police in the wake of the paris attacks. a deaf woman is hospitalized after being rescued from her burning apartment overnights. first, chris sowers is at the "action news" big board with accuweather. >> reporter: things are better than yesterday, and it's only
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10:00 a.m. upper 40s north and west, low 50s, south and east, 37 in the poconos. there's the slightest breeze blowing out of the southwest. maybe a slight windchill out there, but not as cold as this morning. satellite and radar all of this is called cirrus they are high, thin clouds. the sun shines right through that, that's no big deal. the gusty winds are up in here, so it's new england that's dealing with the gusty winds this go around. we have high pressure moving in that means everything will relax this afternoon. somewhat breezy, but not winds. mostly sunny, milder, breezy, 60 degrees that's the forecasted high. as we look ahead we'll talk about this in the seven-day forecast in just a few minutes. the only shot of rain this week is wednesday into thursday, this is very light wednesday, 30%, the bulk of it comes on thursday, some of it will be heavy. forecast information will show one to two inches of rain in a
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short time. it could cause flooding problems and thunderstorms. i'll have the details in the seven day in just a bit. >> here's the latest on the deadly terror attacks in paris. france is in the second day of the three day mourning period following the attacks, 129 people were killed and 350 people wounded when terrorists carried out calculated attacks on several sites. they included a concert hall where an american band was performing and stadium filled with soccer fans and french president france swaw hall -- francois hollande. a american student was killed. a car found outside the bataclan concert hall may be linked to the terrorists. there will be heightened security at nfl games across the
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country. that includes the game against the dolphinses at the linc this afternoon. trish hartman is at lincoln financial field, trish. >> reporter: we have officers outside the stadium. we have officers patrolling today and the homeland security is parked outside the stadium ahead of the game against the dolphins. nfl is stepping up security at all stadiums after the terror attacks. philadelphia police northboundally have five patrols during a game. today there are 15. it's in an abundance of caution because of the attacks in paris. it was detectiving -- it was
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disturbing especially for these people to watch. the nfl has been working with fbi and homeland security and says there are no known threats against the nervous system stadiums. the normal measures are in effect at the linc, though officials strongly encourage fans not to bring bags at all. fans say they were not surprised to hear about the ramped security measures. >> it was expected, i'm surprised it wasn't sooner earlier. we empty our pockets they wand us what else can we do. the clear bag stated outside
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the link. the port authority of new york and new jersey increased patrols checking bags, buses trucks and trains. state police ask everyone to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities. pennsylvania governor tom wolf is urging residents to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity. police in philadelphia have stepped up security this weekend and people may see a heavier police presence in other parts of the state. but he said there remains no known immanent threat to the commonwealth. >> dozens of people gathered at love park to show their support for france. a candle light vigil was held to remember the victims of the paris attacks. candle and french flag. one man whose parents live in
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paris spent the day trying to reach them. fortunately they are okay. >> it's your place, your home, your country and your family and friends, people you may know. >> another man from south philadelphia said the french stood behind us after 9/11 now we have to do the same for them. a number of buildings across the city of philadelphia are showing solidarity with the people of france. liberty towers in center city, the lit brothers buildings and cirrus center was lit up in blue, white and red the colors of the french flag. our coverage continues online at 6abc.com where we postered photos and videos from the scene along with the latest information all right there right now at 6abc.com. >> from our delaware newsroom a deaf woman is hospitalized after her apartment caught fire. firefighters pulled the woman
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out buildings. the happened on homestead road at 4:30 a.m. when firefighters arrived they found the first and second floor in flames. the woman was rushed to the hospital in critical condition suffering from smoke inhalation. the fire marshals office is investigating the blaze. philadelphia police are investigating a shooting that involves 30 shell casings and a man fighting for his life. an actor ended when someone opened fire on a man at north 17th and erie avenue. he crashed into a parked car. the man was rushed to temple university medical center in critical condition. police found 30 shell casings at the scene. police are investigating a shooting that happened on the 1600 block of swain street at
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3:00 a.m. a 250-year-old man was shot. two men were taken into custody for questioning in connection with the shooting. >> jerry sandusky's wife is happy that the judge ruled that the state must pay his pensions. his checks stopped four years ago when he went to prison. dusk dusk's wife said they've fighting for years to have the money restored. >> we are pleased. god atlantic city gotten me through it, i know there's a reason for everything. things come and things go, what will be will be. >> the judge even ordered the state to retroactively resume the pension payments with back interest. >> ryder university in mercer county has reached a deal that will prevent layoffs of a dozen
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major. they agreed to a two year wage freeze and other concessions. that will save the school $2 million. last month they were dealing with a $7.6 million deficit and facing layoffs and eliminating 13 majors. boy scout troops fanned out across the area to hand out bags for the scouts annual food drive. the action cam caught up with the scouts in the delaware county. families are asked to fill the bags with donations of nonperishable food items. they will return next weekend to collect the filled bags. it's a project we supported for 0 years. we at 6abc are teeming up to help feed our neighbors. joinous for a telethon for philabundance. special guests will be taking
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donations from 4 to 6:30 p.m. sarah bloomquist will be hosting the event. for more information log onto 6abc.com. more on "action news" sunday morning, looking at a woman in her late 90s. hear her simple advice for living a happy healthy life. diamonds are a girl's best friend. a girl can boast a very generous gift from her dad. i want that dad, right? it's nice and sunny out there, but don't forget your coat. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we come right back. check this out a sectionf
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a pier was blasted with an under water implosion. it lasted 6 seconds to make sure everything went smoothly. the department of transportation used state-of-the-art technology to protect the under water wildlife. they used sonar to repel wildlife during the implosion. so no fishes were hurt during this. >> squirrel tossed this at chris source, you say the more acorn the colder the winters?
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>> reporter: it's an old wives tale. you just want the snow. >> reporter: let's go live on sky6 live hd, the view of the platt bridge, it is sun is shining brightly, temperatures are warming nicely. double scan live is clear, temperatures in the upper 50s, close to 50. philadelphia is at 50 degrees. dewpoint, 31. winds out of the west/southwest at 1 miles per hour. chilly to the north, look at the poconos, feels like 29 degrees, but, ghani all these numbers are -- again, all these numbers are better than where we started this morning. feels like 52 in millville. feels like 47 in wilmington. the winds speeds will hover around 10, 15 miles per hour.
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the past couple of days this is what we were dealing with. these were peak winds gusts yesterday. tropical storm winds gusts for millville and the poconos, allentown, 39-mile an hour and wilmington, 39. the last couple of days we've been wind whipped in the delaware valley. today the winds are up in new england and the southern provinces of canada. as the high settles in, the windsly relax. a -- the winds will relax. a ton of sunshine from starting point to finish. monday, the high is to the north. that means the winds shift out of the southwest mild conditions and highs in the mid 60s. at the same time while we're nice and quiet on the east coast, watch what happens when i set future tracker 6 in motion across the high plains and the
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heartland of the nation. this is a huge to storm. they just had one across the great lakes. heavy snows on the backside of this storm. a hefty squall line. there's a tornado threat with this monday night into tuesday, look at the rainfall totals we're expecting in this part of the country. some areas over 4 inches. rain. heavy rains and strong gusty winds and cloud to ground lightning strikes thunderstorms, the whole nine yards with the system in the central part of the united states. it will travel here and get in here thursday, and be just a shadow of itself by the time it makes it to the eastern seaboard. eagles game, sunny breezes out of the west/southwest at 15 miles per hour. 1:00 p.m. start. temperatures in the 50s. lancaster, 58. reading, 58. allentown, 58. philadelphia, millville, dover, atlantic city topping out at
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60 degrees which is average for this time of the year. the normal is 57. reading, 39, philadelphia, 45, allentown trenton, 47 degrees overnight. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sunny and mild tomorrow, 64. cooler tuesday, still a lot of sun, 60 degrees, wednesday clouding up highs in the mid 60s. wednesday night into thursday, it rains, some of it heavy, friday we clear, 60 and saturday, 59 degrees. still no arctic air, still nice. >> this story may make you feel lazy. a woman in new york has been distinguished as the oldest living yoga teacher. >> she is a former dancer and actor. she has been stretching since calvin coolage was president.
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>> reporter: meet the original forest gump. she has witnessed historic moments firsthand and met with the most fluental -- influentsal icons. her secret isn't running it's stretching and her longevity has made her the oldest living yoga teacher. born in 1918. she moved to france. when world war ii broke out she found herself drawn into the resistance against nazi germany. it was then that she realized the power of positive change in teaching yoga to others. >> the nicest thing i can
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accomplish, is when somebody says they can't do something and i show them they can. >> reporter: she toured the u.s. and walked withn a matter matter. >> never look down on anybody, they maybe illiterate in education, but they knows more about the soil then you do. so you're illiterate about the soil. >> what is your secret of success in life. >> reporter: when i wake up i say this is going to be the best day of my life. whatever you put in your mind materializes. don't materialize anything negative, materialize everything positive. she has broken a wrist and had three hip replacements. she has no intention ever
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slowing down. >> i'm not interested in what i can't do, nothing is impossible. >> reporter: fact she learned to dance when she was 85. since then she won 700 first place dance prizes. she traveled as far away as india where she danced with a famous dancer. >> a little girl 6 years old said to me, what are you going to do when you retire? i said i'm not going to retire. i said i'm going to dance my way to the next planet. she said oh, that makes sense, we put a man on the moon. when i get to be your age i'll be able to find you.
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>> do you ever think about death or the other side? >> no, no, i have a feeling this is not the end of life. this tiny little planet. >> reporter: she offers this advice for a younger generation. don't pro procrastinate, tomorrw never comes, one minute after midnight it's already today. >> wow look at you. >> reporter: i wasted no time trying to figure out her moves. >> never stop trying. is spa eowe may the may the light of yoga join your light and spirit to bring you light and love and help lead us from the unreal to the real from darkness to the light of inner knowledge. sallow amen, amen.
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big board with a look at the odd and unusual pictures of week. take a look at this beauty. a hong kong billionaire paid a total of $77 million at an auction last week two rare colored daughters. he paid $16 million for the
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vivid pink diamond. he paid a record setting $48.6 million for the blue diamond. it was the show piece of the action. his lucky little girl may be a bit too young to appreciate the diamonds, she is just 7 careers old. i think you'll like this story, check this out, all right. legos have been assembled to create the model of titanic and models of star wars ships. the exhibit can be found in poland and features the most celebrated buildings and monuments including the statue of liberty. this is a delaware county teacher, i love this story, he dyed his hair green for a good cause, "action news" was at saint dorothy's school where the
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robotics teams have been encouraged to recycle. their reward was watching a teacher getting his hair spray painted green. eva back for to you. >> top dogs are at the philadelphia expo center. 180 pure breds competed this weekend. the show continues today. they are selling anything and everything for dogs and dog lovers. up next, meteorologist chris sowers has a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll be right back.
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>> inside story is coming up later on 6abc, here's tamala edwards with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, coming up on inside, a special edition of the show all women on the panel talking about this week's conference for women getting into the meat of the day, talking about networking negotiation, work life balance and we get into the concrete things they can tell you today some of the things to look for at the conference. i hope you join us later this morning. >> time for a check of accuweather. >> reporter: it's getting better out there, we've lost the strong gusty wind. it's breezy, but we can handle the ten to 15 miles per hour gusts. 60 degrees today. milder tomorrow, 64. more sunshine tuesday, another high of 60. the clouds roll on in wednesday night into thursday, cloud skies periods of rain especially on
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thursday, it's mild, but there will be a lot of wet weather pushing through, some of it could be heavy at times. friday looks good, saturday looks good, it's the one day that will bring miserable conditions to the area. that's it. >> thank you chris. this week with george stephanopoulos is coming up next on 6abc. this morning george will have the latest on the deadly terror attacks in paris including the identification of one of the suicide bombers and the search for possible accomplices in the attack. george sits down with president obama and asks him about his strategy about isis the terrorist organization that claims responsibility for the attacks. this week is next. >> the eagles and other nfl teams are beefing up security in the wake of terrorists attacks we'll have reaction live from the linc. >> a local nonprofit has a unique way for helping the
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hungry. now for eva pilgrim, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. we'll see you back here at noon.
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>> announcer: starting right now, a special edition of "this week," paris attack. this morning, new video capturing the confrontation with the terrorists. . an active war by isis, new arrests. france on lockdown. now fears of more attacks, what comes next? [ sirens] breaking details on who is behind the horror. did isis terrorists pose as refugees to slip through the cracks? and could it happen here? how security is being stepped up in major cities across the u.s. the very latest inside analysis from our team around the world and presidential candidate marco rubio. from the global resources of abc news, a special edition of "this week," paris attack. here now, chief ancr,

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