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wake of the attacks in paris. a shooting at a delaware bowling alley. those stories, but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it was cold this morning. >> reporter: some areas dropped into the 20s. it feels nice out there, sun is shining and the numbers are starting to respond. we look at the numbers, allentown, 26 degrees you're up to 40. we've had a nice rebound already. reading, 37. philadelphia, 45. that's the number for wilmington and millville. trenton, 43. cape may, 45 and beach haven is up to 50 degrees. the 24 hour temperature change shows the colder air moving in behind the front ranging anywhere from 35 to 10 degrees colder at the same time yesterday. with the breeze it will feel cooler than what we experience the over the last few days, we had three state days, today,
highs in the low to mid 50s, the winds will continue through sunday. it will pick up sunday night into monday, that's when some of the cold stuff gets in here, sunday night and monday. satellite and radar, showing the cloud cover to the west. we'll see an increase in the west and east as the day wears on. we'll see sunshine early on, increase the clouds at sunset. we'll have sun to the west it will not affect us for the weekend. we have a nice looking day, seasonable, high of 54 with the winds it will feel like the upper 40s. looking ahead, no shot of rain in the seven-day forecast. and we've got really warm temperatures just in time for thanksgiving. i'll have the details in the seven day coming up in just a bit. >> developing overnight authorities in turkey say they have taken a belgium national into custody and they think he
had contact with the paris terrorists. they said the three arrived from amsterdam and preparing to cross the turkey-syrian border. piano time we're learning about the suspects in the paris at a a -- attack that's on the loose. matt gutman has the latest from paris. >> reporter: we learned overnight that two bombers blew themselves up during this game passed through greece on the same day october 3 starting off on a greek island like so many syrian refugees. anti-terror units hunting for the man blasting away in this video. friends tell abc news he called them this week asking him to help him get back to syria. on the run from western
authorities, and fearing retribution from isis for not detonating his suicide vest in paris. thousands of bullets were fired in this attack at the ring leader, abedelhamid abaaoud. >> they tried to convince him to surrender. speaking exclusively to abc news, the deputy commander of the s.w.a.t. unit said he tried to lure his men upstairs. >> they started to throw grenades through the windows when it was opened. he really, really tried to kill us. >> moments later one of the three assailants detonated a
suicide vest. >> it was a huge explosion. we knew they could do damage against us. >> reporter: over an hour later they took out the last suspect a state of emergency is in effect in mali after terrorists stormed an hotel. 22 people were killed, security forces say they are hunting three suspects, one of the victims is 40-year-old a neat at that guitar -- anita guitar a spokesman for the family gave this statement. >> we are mourning the loss of our wonderful daughter. >> she was a senior manager for an international development
company. she leaves behind a young son. penn state is beefing up security for the final home game against michigan. officials say there are no known threats, but decided to increase security as a precaution after the terror attacks in paris. the gates to beaver stadium will open at 10:00 a.m. a half our earlier than usual. guards will be path down people -- patting down people entering the stadium. extra security measures are in place for the philadelphia marathon. the rothman 8k and kids fun walk stepped off on the benjamin franklin parkway this morning. mayor nutter said homeland officials assured him there are no known threats to the city. all runners are being screened as they enter the security zone around the start and finish line. two tractor trailers
collided in westville, gloucster county. traffic is skirting around the wreckage, two people were treated for injuries stay with 6abc.com and "action news" for updates on the traffic trouble on 295. a shooting at a birthday party in delaware, an argument set it off at the pleasant hill bowling alley in newport. someone pulled out a gun and bullets hit a car and missed a large crowd. police are questioning some people. a stabbing leaves a man fighting for his life. police leave no time in making an arrest in the west oak lane section. a 46-year-old man was stabbed several times. police arrested him to einstein medical center. he was wheeled into surgery in critical condition. a person has been arrested and
facing charges. the number of taibilitied taibilitied -- tainted convictions tied to 7 police officers is growing. >> reporter: common pleas judge ruled that 88 cases were tainted by allegations of police corruption. the district attorney's office agrees. for a woman and her mother the decision brought tears of joy. the nightmare began february 12, 2010. neither one had prior criminal records. but the seven officers in question accused them of drug traffic charges and they were charged with trafficking children. they were convicted on the officer's testimony and sent to prison. they lost their home under drug forfeiture laws. >> they took everything, our good name, our house, money, everything just taken away, our freedom. >> reporter: she said she was not able to google her own name
because of the bad things said about her. sometimes i would change my name so people wouldn't be able to google me, now i don't have to do that any more. i'll be able to live with my name and be proud of my name. >> reporter: the public defender said so far 648 cases the officers handled have been thrown out tainted by corruption. >> that's a travesty, i hope the new commissioner follow also the lead set by commissioner ramsey with no to tolerance for police corruption. >> reporter: as for the officers who did this to her and her mother? >> i pray for them, i don't hate them, but i don't like them, i pray for them hopefully everything comes around and clearly it has. >> reporter: of the 7 officers only one was convicted the other 6 were acquitted.
the public defender said there are five hundred more cases that need to be reviewed. the district attorney's office said they will be reviewed one at a time. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. hover boards are a hot commodity this holiday season. experts have a new warning before you buy. how would you like to wake up to this? chicago is facing snow and a lot of it. >> reporter: the storm system gets in there sunday into monday and on turkey day, the jet stream lifts to the north. wait until you see how mild it gets, we'll have that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come right back. >> this is video of the
snowstorm plowing through the midwest a foot or more is possible in illinois and elsewhere, chicago always always busy o'hare airport may cause travel headaches. the storm is on souix false, south sad -- souix falls, south dakota. they got 15 inches there. there's a little bit of good news as far as traveling goes, once this gets out of the way, we're clear. >> reporter: from monday and that point on, the entire country looks good.
wait until you see the numbers in the seven-day forecast. and a ton of sunshine. there will be icy conditions out there across the midwest this weekend and owe hairs have delays up to two hours, if you're flying check ahead. once we get past the weekend, the weather looks really, really nice. there's the shot in cape may, you can see the folks on beach there doing fishing. not quite striper season just yet. they are running a little late. it's a nice morning, chilly out there, but nice. this past week, monday's high, 70 degrees degree which is ridiculous for this time of the year. the normal high is 504. tuesday, closer to average, 57. wednesday, 63, yesterday, 67 -- thursday, 67, yesterday, 64. it's chilly, winds are out of the east/northeast at 10 miles per hour. here's where we started out
first thing this morning. allentown, 26 degrees. pilots, 28. millville, 30. wilmington, 35. philadelphia 39 degrees. huge improvement here, allentown is up to 40. philadelphia, 45. millville, 45. sea isle city showing the same number. here's satellite and radar, what's going to happen here today we'll start out with sunshine. the clouds increase to the west. they will increase off the water, the two converge we'll go mainly cloudy skies in time for sunset. overnight tonight it's cloudy one or two showers possible. all this winter white, the snowstorm stays to the northwest it will move from chicago to tonight tow and the provinces of canada. it steers clear of the delaware valley. it's a huge storm for those folks. it will go down as the top five winter storms. chicago, kalamazoo, south bend will see 6 inches of snow some
people will see more. the corn belt picked up ten to 15 inches last night. it's a huge snowstorm for the folks in the midwest. that pulls into canada tomorrow. the only effects we'll see from that system is the gusty breezes. temperatures in the 40s and 50s, with the winds it will feel like the upper 30s, low 40 40s at times. monday is the colder day. increasing clouds today, upper 30s north and west 45 for center city overnights. maybe one or two areas pick up a brief shower should not amount to that much. tomorrow morning, it's chilly, but not that bad. we were in the 20s this morning, we'll replace it with the 40s. the eagles game temperatures in the 40s, it will feel like the upper 30s, low 40s. millville, 355. overnight tonight, we'll call it mild.
the numbers should be in the upper 20s north and west. 39 for allentown, 47 for philadelphia. millville, 44 degrees. marathon 44 degrees, 7:00 a.m. lunchtime, 47 with the wind it will feel like the 0s throughout the race -- the 30s throughout the race. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 54 today, 50 degrees tomorrow, chilly stuff for monday. 46. windchills in the upper 30s. tuesday, cool, sunny and nice 50. 54 for wednesday, no problems on the roads, 60 for thanksgiving and 63 degrees for black friday. that winning streak continues into next weekend. >> people taking over the whole week for thanksgiving are basically being punished for leaving early. >> reporter: they are. facebook founder mark zuckerburg is said he is going to take two months off when his
but one major retailers is rolling out discounts. amazon started offering their deals yesterday. new deals will be offered every five minutes for 8 straight days. customers who use amazon's mobile app and prime service will be able to get their hands on exclusive lightning deals. hover boards are the latest craze sweeping the globe and they are a big buy this holiday season. new york city is banning them on their streets out of concern for
safety. >> they are hottest gift this season. it's sort of like having a new iphone or something like that. if you have one you're cool you have a certain level of status, kids see it and they want to have their instagram riding a hoover board. >> with social media sites packed with hover board sales like this worker wiping out and this woman and this guy with his dog all falling flat. another concern potential injury. the consumer product safety commission said it received 8 reports of emergency room treated injuries related to hover boards in the last 3 months. >> teenager made a youtube video of his first hover board run, he falls not just once, but twice. bloodying his knee.
brandy told our washington, d.c. affiliate she tore the ligaments in her left angle trying to get off two family hover boards. >> it almost runs you over if you step off the front. >> all it takes is that split second. >> brian winter recently performed surgery on a man who fractured his ankle falling from a hover board on his first ride caught on cell phone video. >> i envision seeing injuries throughout the body if the person is not wearing a helmet and sustained a trauma to the head request get traumatic brain injury. >> experts say wear a helmet and wrist and knee pads. if you're a beginner have someone spot you. abc news new york. >> the sixers winless streak continues. mark sanchez will be in for sam
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sanchez said he is prepared. >> preseason, training after, every experience every repetition can only help your knowledge and grasp of the offense, so i feel good with it, i feel comfortable and ready to go. >> reporter: there are few guarantees in life, death taxes and the sixers loss, you guessed it they dropped another one last night. sixers and hornets, the al jefferson show. sixers down 11. they never hold a lead in this game. sixers lose 113-88. they are 0-13 on the season. they are in high am me later on today. -- miami later on today. villanova has been running
their competition out of the gym. same was true last night. jenkins, game high 17 points for him. november extra shoots 501% from the floor -- 51% from the floor. temple and butler from puerto rico. they lead by 12 and go cold in the second half. temple falls 74-69. 6abc has a big day of college football on tap today. penn state hosts michigan at noon. nittany lions are unbeaten at home. it's tcu and oklahoma tonight at 8:00. the philadelphia soul have added five new members to their ownership group.
the most notable name, dick vermeal. since 2010 the soul is the winningist franchise in town. i'm ducis rogers of you yourself a terrific weekend. >> much more coming up saturday morning. including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> i'm david murphy this is the winner of the "shelter me rescue of the week" contest. we'll have more on sharri and her friends coming up on "action news." we'll have more "action news" and the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues.
with. >> happening now on "action news" saturday at 9:00 belgium on high alert, police and soldiers are pa trojan the street -- patrolling the streets in fear of a terror attack. service denied, a veteran is speaking out after his service dog was not allowed into south jersey restaurant. first, meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's warming up out there. >> reporter: it is warming up, we were in the 20s and 30s this morning, now we're in the 40s. beautiful saturday morning, 44 in pottstown, 37 in fleetwood.
quakertown, 41. kennett square 43. oxford, 42 you dropped down to 30 degrees. 44 in glassboro and cinnaminson. ewing, 43 good morning. avalon 47. ton of sunshine, a few clouds increasing during the afternoon. by evening we'll go mostly cloudy, we expect them to lower and thicken overnight tonight in advance of a full-blown snowstorm that's hammering the chicago area. that snow will pull north and east and mills the delaware valley, but a reinforcing cold shot will get in here. memphis tigers taking on the temple owls. starting at noon, 50 degrees at the kickoff temperature. 4th quarter, 54. you'll need something with sleeves here. get a look at this, i'll give you a sneak peek how cold it
will get, monday morning these are forecasted windchills by 7:00 a.m. northwestern suburbs, reading, 21. allentown, 22. lancaster, 21. philadelphia 23 degrees. we've got a real big cold shot on the way, when i see you in just a few minutes i'll talk about how long that sticks around and nice warmup in the seven-day forecast. i'll see you again in ten minutes. >> heavily armed police and soldiers are patrolling the streets of belgium amid concerns of a possible terror attack. the government has raised the country's terror alert to its highest level. authorities think a suspect from the paris attack maybe at large. they call the threat serious and immanent. they are advising people in are brussels to avoid crowded areas including concerts and
restaurants. they have stopped service on the subway system. isis constitutes a global an unpress -- unprecedented threat to peace and security. it calls on all nation to coordinate against further attacks. 22 people including two attackers were killed in the raddison blue rampage. security forces say they are hunting for three more suspects. one of the victims is 41-year-old an american from maryland with ties to north jersey. a spokesman for her family gave this statement. we are devastated by the locals of our wonderful daughter who was doing the work that she loved. with no further comment at this time we ask that you respect our privacy. thank you. she worked for an
international development company. her family said she devoted her life to helping others. she leaves behind a young son. donald trump is clarifying his stance on a muslim data base. a network news reporter about the prospect of a data base and whether muslims would be required to register, he said quote, they have to be. trump said i want a watch list for the syrian refugees that president obama will let in if we don't stop him as republicans. president obama met with refugees fleeing the syrian war. he talked to them in malaysia where he is attending a a summit. >> as long as i'm president we'll keep on stepping up and making sure that america remains as its always been, a place
where people across the world are subject to discrimination and have in america a friend and place of refuge. >> more americans oppose admitting syrian refugees due to concerns about terrorism. the house passed a bill rebuking the president's policy. new this morning, a man is dead after being hit by a pick up truck in dover. it happened in front of the governor square shopping center in bear. a 36-year-old man from bear was hit and died at the scene. police are investigating. a teenager is in stable condition after being shot in wilmington. police were called to the scene at 20th and west streets before 7:00 p.m. they say the 19-year-old victim was walking in the area when shots rang out and he was hit.
no arrests have been made, anyone with information call wilmington police. a montgomery county woman could spend decades behind bar after a jury found her guilty of torching her neighbor's home. "action news" spoke with the victims who called the verdictic a relief. -- verdict a relief. throughout the trial, donna crup showed no remorse that she burnt down the home of the morris'. they are vacationing in disney world when their home went up in flames. inside the firehouse that responded the family said it's a phone call they will never forget. >> it was a few minutes of panic. >> reporter: crup may have pulled off the crime, but morris installed a surveillance system on the home before heading to florida. crup blamed morris for her son's
legal troubles related to drug addiction. >> she put people through a lot more suffering even after the fire that didn't have to happen including her family and herself. it was all for nothing, nothing at all. >> reporter: the family lost a cat and all of their belongings, but retained something special the love of their community. >> literally put coats on our backs before we got to the fire scene. they took care of the kids from that point on. >> she made us realize how special our life is and how lucky you are to have so many people in your corner who care about you. >> reporter: the family has moved into a new home and neighborhood and they love it. detective morris tells me today he is getting on his recliner
open up his lab top and book a trip to disney. in lower pots grove, chad perdelli. >> a combat veteran said his service dog was not allowed in a south jersey restaurant. mike battles ptsd. they want to a restaurant in medford, but his dog atlas couldn't join him. >> he said you can wait outside, he said please move aside, because i have a customer coming in. like i'm not a customer? >> he filed a complaint with the medford police. the other than said he misunderstood the law, he welcome also the family and atlas back at any time. looking for an edge in your next rails or competition.
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capitol that is. the christmas tree arrived from alaska. it traveled 4,000 miles by boat and truck and the first one from alaska. decorations include thousands of ornaments made by kids. they have the christmas tree up on the art museum steps this year for the first time in several years. december 25th. we seem to celebrate earlier and earlier. every year the decorations get into the store earlier and earlier. we put our tree up last sunday. look at you. there's the view from philadelphia international airport. it's a beautiful morning out there, it's so cold this morning, but now it feels nice. temperatures are back up in the 40s with the slightest breeze. double scan live no issues this morning. we could see a spotty shower
overnight that's about it. actually the next seven days, the entire seven-day forecast with the exception of a spotty shower tonight is completely dry. 54 degrees is the high temperature 39 is where we started out this morning. 40 degrees in allentown. dover, 46. sea isle city, 49. atlantic city 46 degrees with just the slightest breeze out of the northeast at 5 to 10 miles per hour. the wind will pick up this afternoon, we'll call it breezy out there with winds out of the east at 5 to 15 miles per hour. the windy stuff comes in here behind this storm system right now it's hammering away the chicago and south bend and detroit. ton of snow flying from the tune of 3 to 10 inches of snow depending on where the heavier bands set up. the snow disunt hit -- doesn't hit us, but the cold air behind
it. 6 degrees in bismarck. chicago, 32. two hour delays at midway and o'hare. even dallas, that's chilly for dallas standards, 52 degrees. that cold air slides east over the next 48 hours. it's racing on by, by the time we get to monday, everything moves up north into canada and we start warming up again. you'll see that reflected in the seven day. nice breeze out of the northwest, 54 degrees. we'll skip over today, there won't be any issues with windchills this afternoon, but sunday is a different story, sunday, the windchill will be 43 in. reading, 38. allentown, 39. p peculiars 29. throughout the day we'll see the blustery windchills and skinned night into monday morning, that looks like december or january. 23 in reading, 24 in philadelphia. 23 in millville. 23 in trenton.
again, it's a one and done type of deal and then it pulls to the north. sunny in the lehigh valley, chilly, 50 degrees in allentown. 55 degrees atlantic city sun and clouds, nice. seasonable the normal high for this time of year is 54. sun and clouds breezy winds out of the southeast at 5 to 150 miles per hour. cloudy skies overnight tonight maybe one or two areas see a brief shower after midnight. 39 degrees outlying suburbs, 47 in center city. tomorrow afternoon, eagles taking on the buccaneers we need a win. chilly breeze, north northwestly breezes, 12 to 20 miles per hour. we'll see how it plays into the kicking game. 48 degrees is the kickoff temperature. 49 by the 4th quarter. with the wind it will feel like the upper 30s and low 40s all day long. 54 today, 50 degrees tomorrow.
it's a much colder weekend controversial. monday, 46. tuesday, 50. tuesday is quiet. wednesday, 54. thursday and friday, it becomes a repetitive pattern lots of sunshine and we go up and up every single day. thanksgiving is 63 degrees. >> i'm glad you changed you're tune. >> reporter: i wanted to get on your good side. >> and the people on twitter. 6abc.com/weather is the place to turn this weekend when you need updated forecast information. our team of meteorologists are posting updates all the time on facebook and twitter. you can give chris a hard time too about the snow this morning. "shelter me rescue of the week" is all about bunnies, david murphy has the story on the house rabbit society. >> reporter: judy fell in love with ella she was rescued by the
house rabbit society after being abandoned. >> all they need is a chance. now ella has a husband and the two mates have their own castle they call home. >> she is just a happy bunny. >> reporter: since 1992, the delaware chapter of the house rabbit society has been saving bunnies in the area. this is what we want for our bennys who come through our doors. >> reporter: this year alone they have made one one adoptions including another rabbit judy who was adopted the day we were there. still looking for a home are these lion head rabbits ana and brooklyn. they were kept alive by a local community and rescued by hrs. >> they can not survive in the wild. >> reporter: these beautiful blue eyes belong to logan. logan was picked up in a parking
lot. >> reporter: gabe was a stray now he is hoping to find his forever home. and this is sharri with one ear sticking out. she is so beautiful. she was rescued by two college girls in philadelphia. she would do great in a home by herself as a solo pelt or other animals. visit the house rabbit society website. if you would like to share your shelter success stories go to the 6abc facebook page tell us where you adopted your pets and how much they mean to you. we'll feature your stores on you mean coming sermt -- "shelter me rescue of the week" segments. son, the holiday season's just like football season...
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wonderland full of christmas goodies, this marks the first time it ever opened before thanksgiving. it will open today from 11 to 8:00 p.m. it will remain open through christmas. reptiles and amphibians and arachnids oh, my. the event being held at oaks montgomery county. this year features all the crazy creatures all the kinds you can't imagine. plus all the information and supplies needed to care for them. it's underway now and runs until 4:30. e coli outbreak is expanding. new cases are reported in new york, ohio and california. the earlier cases were in minnesota and washington state. investigators don't know what specific food is causing the illnesses. 45 people were infected nobody was died.
chipotle closed restaurants in washington and oregon state. health sweat checking, every day athletes can test their sweat. ali gorman explains why this is helpful. >> reporter: it seems like an odd thing to do but knowing more about how you sweat could give you a competitive edge. inside practice, the philadelphia flyers are working hard, hockey is a fast-paced intense game, because of that and extra padding players work up a sweat quickly. hydration sports diet doctor is in charge of testing the player's sweat. >> what levels of sweats we release in practice and how much salts come out of the body. >> reporter: every sweats differently in terms of volume and concentration.
having the exact information helps athletes and coaches to determine what plairs need to -- players need to replenish your body. >> you can be ready for the event or recover from a event or practice. >> reporter: everyday athletes have access to same sweat tests. heat sports sciences offers an online testing kits. 29-year-old jessica burns is an instructor at fly wheel in center city. it's a tough indoor cycling class. she emptied her bladder an step on the scale. we allied the sweat watch to her arm she is off to a 45 minute workout. same thing for tom he completes in try at lonls. we set him up -- triathlons. we set him up for an hour workout. they are weighed and the patch is removed and placed in a tiny
tube and sent to be analyzed. results are e-mailed a few days later for jess she is a mild sweater, about 600 millrs per hour. she has to be careful not to overhydrate. recent studies showing athletes drinking too much can dilute blood sodium. >> one of the big warning signs are athletes who gain weight during an exercise bout. >> reporter: as for todd he is a significant sweater. he should drink a letrer and a half while exercising. he needs to get exroo sodium
through -- extra sodium through his diet. he is going to see if it makes a difference for him. jess said she is happy to know she is doing what's best for her. the can it cost $75. you can get one at 6abc.com. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." and a place to grow it in. got it. and a place to grow it in.
spothe good stuff!ves! or the one that does all three! the good stuff! hot sauce! how hot? (both) lava. life is eating take-out at home. dessert! and a home that embraces take-out. happy anniversary. happy anniversary. request. >> let's get a check of the weather. >> reporter: we look good here along the eastern seaboard. >> i thought you were talking about us. [laughter]. >> reporter: i meant we as a whole here. that's what's going on in the midwest. it is snowing they have an hour delay being reported at o'hare. getting back here the philadelphia area, we look good eva with temperatures in the mid
50s and a lot of sunshine today. it gets chilly tomorrow and monday. >> i think my eye brows shot up. >> reporter: thanks chris, jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later tonight. we'll be back tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m. thousands will be running in the philadelphia marathon. they will find plenty of extra security on hand following deadly terror attacks overseas. plus a preview of the philly pops annual christmas spectacular. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim. have a great saturday. >> reporter: good looking news team! [laughter].
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announcer: jack hanna's "wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. jack: hi, everyone, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." why are there mysterious white black bears roaming the canadian rainforest? right through those alder branches is the white bear. why don't penguins freeze in all that snow? kathaleen, i don't see how anything survives out here. and why do male lions have long shaggy manes? wowee. looking right at me, too. today, we're out to solve the mysteries behind some of our favorite animals. oh, my gosh, what is that? adam: that is a rattlesnake. jack: plus, my bop