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united against violent extremist, local, religious and civic leaders gathered to denounce tax on their beliefs. and full swing in hollywood, we are a list of nominees for the golden globes. but first outrage after a second grader was somehow able to bring hypodermic needles to school with her. five students were stuck with needles, upset parents have question about how it happened and what those syringes could have contained. "action news" reporter, annie mccormick joins us with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: and rick according to the school district the little girl brought two hypodermic needles to the school and another student reported it. parents dropping their children
off at the george mead school are upset, a second grade student brought needles to school and stuck five kids. >> we didn't know nothing about it until this morning. >> to see it on the news was a shock. >> last night the boy told "action news" that she chase sd the students like it was a game. >> she was chasing us -- >> with the needle -- >> yes. >> and what did you do? >> i ran. >> did she get you. >> no. >> lashonda peter says her daughter was one of five injured. >> and now the 8-year-old has to get tested regularly to see if she contracted anything. >> do the needles have anything in them? >> we don't know that, we know it came from a child's home. >> the school district is working with philadelphia police and a district spokesman says they called parents of students
hurt immediately and then parents of students in the vicinity of the incidents the next day and sent a letter home. >> they is just one person but parents have to do their job too. >> reporter: part of the police department's investigation is figuring out if anything was in the needles, counselors are on hand for all students including the little girl that brought the needles into the school, she is too young to face charges but police will investigate if anyone gave her to the needles or if there was negligence that led her to bring them here. from our delaware newsroom, police are searching for a group of package thieves, and they were traveling in a minivan and following a truck in castle hills, they saw one man exit the vehicle on tuesday afternoon, they had left with boxes that were delivered to the victim's
doorstep on shellwin road. it had a temporary delaware registration. turning to accuweather now, the calendar may say december but it's feeling more like, spring? sky 6 hd showing the center city skyline. we are continuing to flirt with record highs. david murphy is outside with more on the accuweather forecast. no coat today. >> it's feeling good partly because we have light winds and sunshine up over the horizon and a little bit of haze around and that is it now, satellite shows you we did see clouds in the predawn hours and a couple of showers pop through, some of you found water on the windshield when you first got outside, and that is drying out now and we have bright conditions over the next several hours before another round of cloud cover works its way in. these are a lot better than the
previous mornings we had this week, 46 in philadelphia, that say darn sight better than the mid-30s and allentown 42 was the low and only yesterday and the day before we were down around the freezing mark and even in the 20s at times. so definitely an improvement this morning and that trend continues into the afternoon, 58 is your noon time temperature in philadelphia, and 58 in wilmington and 52 in allentown and even there we are looking good. winds are not a factor and calm in philadelphia, as is evidenced by the zero, and later today a high of 61 well above the high of 46, we'll have the call for the call for the weekend coming up. and leaders across the city are coming together for violent extremism, they came together in
tioga-nicetown to talk about this, and that islam and judaism are religions of peace. meanwhile, there is in information this noon about the couple involved in the mass shooting in san bernardino, california, the fbi says that the couple was radicalized long before they met. marcy gonzales joins us now live with the details. >> reporter: federal authorities still don't know if the suspects were directed by isis or simply inspired by the terror group, the suspects made efforts to hide that and other details crucial to the investigation. >> today the fbi is digging into whether syed farook andhfeen malik were planning an attack in 2012.
they found pictures on farook's phone of the san bernardino high school. a place he visited twice as a held inspector. they are looking at other details after the couple tried to wipe clean their devices. >> the use of encryption is part of terrorism trade craft now. >> they may have been radicalized in 2012, and they were chatting online about jihad and martyrdom. before malik was granted a fiance visa to come to the u.s. >> the u.s. doesn't usually ask them to look at the emails simply because they applied for a visa. >> it was horrific, i remember cries and moans and the smell of
gun powder. >> and investigators are looking into whether farook and malik were matched up online specifically to start a sleeper cell in the u.s. and whether this is a new tactic being used by terror groups. marcy gonzales, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. chopper 6 hd was above an accidents involving a bicyclist in waterford, camden county, it happen bradenton 7:00 at the interests section of jackson road and central avenue, you can see the damage to the windshield of the car, the bicyclist was taken to the hospital, no word on a condition. pennsylvania lawmakers are back at work trying to agree on a budget, the state senate is asking house republicans to support a plan to end the 5 month budget stale meat, it includes a large boost in budget funding, the house republican
majority revolted and passed their own spending plan that is much smaller, some school systems threatened to stay closed after the holiday break because they have run out of money. still to come on "action news," santa came early for shoppers in massachusetts, how an angel made the holiday formery. and the golden globe nomination were announced this morning we have the latest including the abc nominees. that and much more when we come right back.
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investigators in boston are looking into whether someone tampered with a safety device and caused a train to leave the station white house an operator. it happened just before 6:00 this morning, train personnel had to cut power to the train to stop it in its tracks, fortunately nobody was injured and the train is out of service while the investigation is underway. a sheriff deputy will
survive despite being shot in the head during a standoff at an apartment complex. they were responding to a possible robbery at the complex this morning, they found a man pointing a gun at them and the gunman fired a shot hitting the deputy in the head and the second deputy fired back wounding the deputy. and the second deputy will be okay and the other deputy is on administrative leave following the investigation into the shooting. an atlanta man died after jumping from the balcony of his apartment to escape robbers, this is the surveillance video of three men leaving jose green's apartment after a home invasion, he jumped from his balcony after hearing someone kick in his door, he died three hours later. in vicksburg, mississippi, a bomb squad detonated an ied found in the library of a middle
school. students were evacuated at warren central high after police found the bomb inside of a backpack, police were tipped off about the bomb by a student that doesn't attend the school. and fortunately nobody was injured. several families in massachusetts have a lot to be thankful for this holiday season, debbie went to the toys "r" us to pay for her children's christmas presents, as a surprise she found out they were paid for. someone came in and paid off all the lay aways. >> i thought good news needs to be shared. it was $20,000 worth of lay aways. >> she wants to know who was behind the good deed to thank them and perhaps give them a hug. david murphy has more on the december warm-up and no more rumbling tummies, a word that
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for those traveling in economy, flights that depart before 9:00 a.m. will be served a dutch caramel waffle, and savory snack mixes, they nixed the snacks in 2008 after an economic crisis. health check this noon, a disturbing trend among american children, about 25% of kids have high cholesterol, that is according to a new study for health statistics, among kids 7.4% had high cholesterol and obese children are more likely to have problems with their cholesterol levels, and the department of pediatrics recommend that kids get cholesterol screenings starting as the age of 9. life is about finding balance and tamala edwards meets
a woman using martial arts to help women be better balanced. >> andrea goldman has been taking tai chi classes on the weekends but when she was diagnosed with lyme disease her hobby became her healing. she turned from a career in the construction industry to teaching tai chi and became a missionary for the healing powers of martial arts and massage. >> every day i get up and want to help somebody and i'm strong and pos tifr. >> she starts her day by visiting some of the 25 communities she leads her peers in tie cheer classes. >> she comes in and everybody is amazing at her age. >> i'm 72 and nobody believes it. goldman has passed her love of martial arts on to her son, a master of kung fu and tai chi.
>> people tend to slow down the less they do the less they want to do. here doing the type of exercises 5 to 10 minutes a day gives more energy, and administrators notice the difference in the residents taking the classes. >> they were staying in their apartments and now they come out and socialize. >> i love teaching and love to see something come out of it, i like to see them walk and show them they have balance. >> you can find more ideas for staying active as you age on our website 6abc.com/art of aging. >> very nice. the "action news" team is out working on news stories for tonight at 4:00. >> did you say aging "action news" team. >> i might of i'm not sure. >> alicia vitarelli is back from vacation. >> looking youthful. >> we are just eight days away from the moment that star wars
fans everywhere are waiting for, the force awakens opens next week and very exciting stuff, we are giving you an inside look today at 4:00, do not miss matt o'donnell's one-on-one interview with the movie's director j.j. abrams. >> see what it looks like from inside of the truck and hear from the man that managed to walk away from it all. it all begins at 4:00 and take us with you on the go, if you have not downloaded the 6 abc news app, streaming live on our smart phone or tablet. i'll see you live because award season is officially underway for the award season for the golden globes. >> accuweather is coming up when we come right back.
meteorologist, david murphy, is here now with a closer look at the forecast but the nice trend continues, tomorrow better than yesterday and today better than yesterday. you know what we are not only dry but look outside, the action cam is out earlier and the clouds were in play at dawn this morning, but they really cleared out. this is love park and some of the christmas ornmentses they have going on down there, 58 right now is your temperature too, with all the sunshine like yesterday we see the numbers jump and winds are calm and that adds to the pleasant feel, dew point at 45, big spread between the temperature and dew point, so we are looking fairly dry. as we look at numbers across the region, allentown 52 degrees, one of our typically cooler
spots along with reading feeling comfortable with light wind and lancaster with 50 and lingering fog in lancaster but it's breaking up. 58 in wilmington and 61 in millville and 54 in cape may currently and atlantic city 61 inland at the airport. satellite and radar, there go the showers, a lot of you had moisture on the road surface when you got up. and a little bit of wet stuff you had to swipe off with your windshield wipers but it's all gone and the showers receded to the north and some of that stuff to the west could float in during the afternoon. up in the lehigh valley, we'll call it partly sunny and light winds and 56 degrees at times, sometimes you'll have high cloud cover in and a lot of sun and down the shore later on today a chance of transitioning skies, but it's pretty bright, and 60 at the coast and philadelphia 61
this afternoon, and might tic better than that. and winds from the southwest at only 6 to 12 miles per hour. not all that bad. overnight tonight, we'll dip but this 44 degree low is well above the average low under partly cloudy skies and the winds are light and for this time of year not at all an unpleasant evening ahead. as we take a look at the evening commute, partly cloudy for the most part and light winds and 58 by 4:00 and dropping down from the 60 degree high and at 7:00 back down to 50, where is the cold, they are up north with santa and the elves, they are up there in the northern regions of the content and the globe, and sitting with the ridge of high pressure thanks to el niño, and that will built in and encourage a super mild flow for the weekend, we are looking at records for tomorrow, saturday and probably breaking a record on sunday. today's high is 60, a nice one,
tomorrow 63 and nearing a record high and tying a record if we hit the 65 and then 68 with record warmth on sunday, the existing record is 65. monday is a rain day and then we cool back into the 50s tuesday and wednesday but those are even 10 degrees above average. the beat going on. >> every day i feel like it goes up. 70 by tomorrow wow thanks david be sure to join us for the winter weather special, preparing for the winter wrath when the temperatures do drop and mother nature sends us some snow. much more to come in our next half hour of "action news" at noon, local clergy members make a plea for tolerance after a rash of terror attacks and controversial comments about muslims plus the
what bowe bergdahl has to say about how it happened. now the details, a coalition of philadelphia clergy leaders teamed up with the naacp to denounce the recent terror attacks and the crew held a news conference just a short time ago, erin o'hearn was there and she has the details. >> when we hear that muslims must be temporarily banned from entering the united states, hitler comes to mind. >> leaders from an inter denomination and naacp leaders met behind closed doors about donald trump's remarks and the recent desecration of a philadelphia mosque. they insisted as he needs to be taken as a serious