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alert system designed to give americans better information about the security. the word comes as investigators look deeper into the background, syed farook and tashfeen malik the couple mind the mass shooting in california. this was a photo of them as they arrived last summer in chicago. last night president obama spoke to the nation saying the u.s. can and will beat terrorism. kenneth moten is live from washington with more on the speech. >> reporter: sarah the department of home and security said the u.s. needs a new way to inform the public of a terror threat, so dhs and the white house are expected to roll out a new warning system soon. >> the threat is real, but we will overcome it we'll destroy isil. you are success will not depend on tough talk or abandoning our
values or giving into fear. >> reporter: probe spoke to the american public. >> i have no greater responsibility than the security of the american people. >> reporter: the president called on congress to vote to authorize continued use of military force against isis. >> i think it is time for congress to vote to demonstrate that the american people are unighted and committed to the fight. >> reporter: he urged legislation that would prevent anyone on terror watch list to easily buy a gun. republican candidates wasted no time responding to the speech. >> nothing that happened in the speech tonight will assauge people's fears. >> reporter: donald trump tweeted is that all theres. we need a new president fast. >> even in this political
season let's not forget that freedom is more powerful than fear. >> reporter: that was abc lauren lister reporting. thousands of people in san bernadino are going back to work. the reopening of the government office signals the return to normalcy to the community still in shock. >> today as we open back up, we know the challenge edges, we're here for the employees and the directors and the public safety. >> yesterday, residents gathered at a church and mosque and makeshift street corner memorial to mourn the victims. >> a chicago suburbs ban on assault weapons will stand. supreme court rejected the appeal from gun owners who challenged the ban. the justices rejected the
appeal. saying local governments have leeway in regulating local firearms. you can find more on the malice shooting and president obama's speech and reaction toyota we are constantly updating articles with the latest information has it comes in. >> philadelphia police are questioning a south philadelphia club employee who shot a man. a group of men showed up to the lobster club on the 1300 block of porter street. they were turned away because they were hosting a private party. the men followed the employee home a fight ensued and the employee shot one of the men. the man who was shot was taken to the hospital in stable condition. the employee does have a license to carry a gun. >> we have another beautiful day for december underway, sky6 live hd looking live at the beach in cape may. there have been people fishing there this morning. look at that guy.
meteorologist david murphy is outside to tell us about this nice stuff. i wonder if they are catching anything. >> reporter: they will have a nice afternoon to continue to try that, though, as we have plenty of sunshine in store, as a ra. taking -- sarah. take a look at satellite and radar you could see we had fog and we have additional high cloud cover sweeping in from the south. i can see it from the southwest off the terrace. even with the clouds approaching we'll get partially sunny skies, morning lows were in the mid 20s in allentown and reading. 30 in wilmington. philadelphia only dropped to 35. we have yet to see the freezing mark this season in philadelphia. temperatures right now, though, have rebounded nicely. 51 is the current temperature in philadelphia. 350 in new york city, 50 in washington, cooler air to the north and west of us. 54 is the temperature at 2:00 p.m. i expect a high of 56 at
3:00 p.m., back to 53 by 4:00. 46 degrees by 8:00 p.m. all the way down to 42 by 10:00 p.m. with an overnight low in the mid 30s. if you have plans to head outside, i would recommend a jacket because it's on the chilly side. we have sunshine, so sunglasses are a good idea, the winds are light. not a bad day to go for a walk assuming you have a jacket to throw on. we'll see you back inside later. u.s. attorney general loretta lynch announced the justice department will investigate the chicago police department. the move comes two weeks after the release of video showing a police officer shooting a black teenager 16 times. lynch said the investigation will focus on the use of force and deadly force and systems of accountability in the police department. chicago is expected to release footage in another death at the hands of police officer. in baltimore, one of the jurors was relace -- replaced
this morning of the police officer charged in manslaughter in the death of freddie gray. a woman was excused due to a medical emergency. the replacement shifts the makeup to seven women and five men. this is the 6th day in the trial of officer william porter. the first of 6 officers charged in the case. gray died back in april after suffering a neck injury while in police custody. new jersey's controversial black bear hunt begins today in 8 of new jersey's northern counties. animal activists have unsuccessfully try to stop the event. the hunt has been an effective tool at controlling the black bear population. a water main break gave thriefers through roxborough -- gave drivers through roxborough problems in the morning rush. the break pushed up the pavement and sent water out on to the
street. water department crews are making repairs today. it's official, temple football coach matt rhule will be ticking around for a little while. it was announced this morning that rhule will be given a 6 year extension. he led the owls to it's first big season with a couple of upsets. they did not win their conference but will be go to the bocca raton bowl later on these this month. this is philly provides food for thousands of families who have fallen on hard times. it was back on this day in 1941 when the japanese attacked navy ships in pearl harbor,
hawaii. many gathered to honor the thousands of lives lost 74 years ago. a commemorative wreath was tossed into the delaware river. a running car and abandoned cell phone and security camera picture all part of the mystery on the missing brother of a reality tv star. director is getting a new honor perhaps at the toy store, those stories and more plus, meteorologist david murphy is back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" at 4:30 continues. a forensic search cs
reality star christen cavalleri. this is where they found his car after it was spotted 100 feet president road. his laptop and cell phone abandoned inside. the car was running and the drivers side air bag deployed. >> the temperatures on the night of the incident were in the mid to low 20s, very, very hostile conditions for somebody not properly equipped to be here, it could be fatal. >> reporter: credit cards seats led authorities to this convenience store about 100 miles from where the car was found. he was last seen on the security cameras as he pumped gas. >> there were ground teams in the area covering a 15 square mile area. cavalleri's husband was asked about his brother-in-law's disappearance following the loss. >> it's been a tough week, it's
been hard to get into game mindset with the stuff going on we've heard about lately for my wife's brother. we try to stay focus. >> kristen cavalleri rose to fame on the tv reality show. the brother and sister seen in the high school photo. cavalleri gave birth to a third child with cutler. she posted this photo on instagram, but has yet to make any public comment on her brother's disappearance. >> they are treating this as a missing person's case. police telling us they will be bringing in dogs and perhaps a manned aircraft to help with the search. abc news los angeles. shoppers and staff ran frm a southern california mall they thought an active shooter was in
the place. it was a smash and grab robbery at the store. always police and s.w.a.t teams swarmed to the mall terrified citizens went out and so did the robberies. venezuela's opposition party claimed a landslide victory ending the ruling socialist party 17 year control of the national assembly. the opposition holds two-thirds of the seat. the power of the president will likely be sharply curtailed. the band u2 paid a tribute to paris as they played a concert after the shooting there. lead singer bono said the group was honored to play and proclaimed last night everyone was a parisian. he hoped the music would help
paris and france he'll. they opened the show with the single the miracle. >> another check of the forecast as we look outside, sky6 live hd looking at the view of the center city skyline from the temple university cam. meteorologist chris sowers -- meteorologist david murphy has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast right after this
>> chipotle says the outbreak of e. coli sent sales plummeting. the stocks are down and they can't make any reliable estimates for the rest of the year. they are tightening food standards. it has hired a seattle firm and test all produce before shipping it to restaurants. >> david back with a check. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. looking at the live cameras. beautiful out there. >> reporter: a good looking day, cool enough for a jacket, but
pushing into what the second week of december now, wow. we have nothing on storm tracker 6 live double scan. the action cam has been down the shore this morning sending back this picture from earlier. obviously lots of sun we've seen folks down the beach fishing today. in the foreground we were trying to decide if that was a rock or pile of salt or what, it guess it was sand pushed up by the tracker. a good looking day down the shore and elsewhere. we have highlights to the forecast we'll stay in the 50s for the next few days and we'll get into the 60s the next several days. the mild pattern we've had for the last several weeks is entrench. 53 degrees in philadelphia. the wind light out of the south southwest at 6 miles per hour. we don't expect double digit wintsdz across -- winds across e region. satellite shows showers popping up from the south that might
clip southern delaware and cape may county before they roll out to sea. most of us maintain no worse than partly sunny skies and right now you have mainly sunny conditions across the region. the highs across the area. 53 in allentown. 54 in reading. 54 in trenton. only 54 in wilmington and dover. in urban centers in philadelphia, we'll get 56. millville will hit 56, as will atlantic city. not much wind and a good looking day. here's how it rolls the rest of the day, 56 is the high around 3:00 p.m. still holding on to the low 50s by 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., 47, cooler there. and 44 by 9:00 p.m. dipping to 46 degrees for the overnight low. clouds increase i don't expect a lot of cooler suburbs to go far below this, there could couple of spots around the freezing mark overnight. light winds and chilly enough for coats this evening. satellite, there's the big area of precipitation main line missing us to the south maybe
clipping southern delaware. and then we have this second system a little disturbance in the atmosphere that will stay to the south, always it gets off the coast and intensifies we'll see clouds spilling in from that, but we're not looking at rain from this because the low itself won't get its act together until it's off the coast and it's what we call a fish storm and not so much inland. look for clouds and sun mix with the storm system staying south. it will be cooler tomorrow. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast partly sunny and 56. tomorrow, clouds and sun, 350 degrees is the high, partly because as the low sets up off the coast we'll get an easterly flow off the top of it will cool us down. wednesday, 54 the high, still above average. a warm front will pass through wednesday night into thursday that could trigger a spotty shower with sprinkle across the
region. that's not the issue with this, the big issue and it's not an issue at all we'll see the front get to the north and build in high pressure. thursday, clouds and sun, early morning sprinkle or shower. friday, 61 degrees, saturday, 63. army navy playing down at lincoln financial field. great for those fans and same thing for the eagles fans, highs in the mid 60s mix of clouds and sun. monday we could be looking at rain arriving, but it could be mild. >> december weather still could change any minute for the seven-day forecast and a live look at double scan radar head to 6abc.com/weather. on the people scene this noon, fans wanted it and mattel listened. a doll featuring the like insist
of the director of selma. the plan was a single cope of each doll, fans loved her doll so much they called on mattel to mass produce it. proceeds go to civil rights advocacy group. she was the first african-american woman nominated for the best picture oscar. art from france at the barnes foundation. >> reporter: it's called strength and splendor, from keys to tools and cloths iron and door knocker. it's an exhibition of 150 objects dating from the middle age also to the early 20 century. >> when you think of your own life and the objects you have in your house, it's interesting to
think how they tend today to be undecorated. so i'm sure you have an iron to iron your clothes in your house, but i bet it doesn't have curly cues and animals and things decorating it. >> reporter: the items are part of a larger collection of 150,000 objects from a museum in normandy france. this is the first time the pieces were shown in the united states. >> it's quite wonderful to bring it to an stril -- industrial state like pennsylvania known for coal and iron. dr. barnes was clear that these makers were just as important as artists with important names. you can see the shops and street signs to ornate 18th century chest. i think we've forgotten how
ornamented things can be are we have tend to have sleek paired down objects today. strength and splendor is at the barnes foundation. visit 6abc loves the arts for other area events for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. this holiday, ford america's best-selling brand is giving you more. the ford holiday sales event... with 0% financing for 60 months on 2015 f-150 and focus and 2016 fusion and escape. plus 1,000 dollars holiday bonus cash on 2015 focus and 2016 fusion and escape. it's the best gift ever. now during the ford holiday sales event get 0% financing for 60 months plus 1,000 dollars holiday bonus cash on select vehicles.
>> we've got an evening sure to get you into the holiday spirit on 6abc. 8:00 p.m. it's decorating to the extreme. at 10:00 p.m., it's the great holiday baking show and stay tuned for the great -- no, there's no great, "action news" at 11:00. everything is great. thooment of the year. >> -- that time of the year. >> the great -- no,.
>> reporter: let's take a look at where we are going the rest of the way. partly sunny, nothing going on in the northern and western suburbs, milder in philadelphia, 56 degrees. similar numbers, look at the winds, 4 to 8 miles per hour wow. down the shore, similar highs around 54 to 56 up and down the coast. >> all right. thank you, david. finally today there were lights of hope in washington for the lighting of the national menorah for the first night of hanukkah. crowds gathered at the white house as dennis mcdounagh light the first light. it's following the jewish victory over the syrians. >> fbi is holding a 3:00 p.m. press conference to update their investigation into the san bernadino mass shooting we'll
have the latest. >> we're following a developing murder investigation philadelphia fishtown neighborhood. detectives say a woman's body was found badly beaten inside a home. warm weather is bringing bad news for local businesses. we hit the ski slopes where it's been a slow go so far this season. >> join us for "action news" at 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. >> for rick williams, david murphy and the entire "action news" team, i'm sarah bloomquist. have a great afternoon. >> see you later.
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