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apartment complex in claymont. >> nfl commissioner comes under fire after he was caught enjoying a joke that was no laughing matter. >> the investigation continues into a shooting that left a teenager dead and two others hurt. it happened on north craton street in west philadelphia. two of the victims are alive and one was killed who was just 17 years old. >> reporter: police are looking for two suspects a man and a women in a late night shooting that left a teen dead and one teen injured and a woman injured, as well. multiple 911 calls brought police to craton where they found a 17 shot in the head arm and leg. the gunfire hit another in the
thigh and grazed a female in the hip. >> we know that 17 shots were fired from two separate caliber semi automatic handle guns. >> i heard five gunshots, bang bang bang bang, i didn't bother to get up and stick my head out there. >> reporter: around the corner, the 17-year-old wounded in the thigh managed to sprint door to door seeking shelter as he lost a massive amount of blood. a stranger took him in, and rushed him to the hospital him other residents woke up to what police believe is his blood on the front steps. this resident did not want to be identified. what did you wake up to this morning. >> blood on the steps and door knob, and my porch. >> reporter: bullets went everywhere hitting cars and properties, too. >> we believe he was an intended target and he was close
to where the weapons were fired. >> reporter: last night homicide detectives brought several witnesses down to police headquarters they are interviewing multiple people including the people that let the wounded teen into their home. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." rick and sarah. >> thank you, now to accuweather and the spring-like streak that continues around the area today. it's mid december, but it doesn't feel like it outside, as we look live from center city from our temple university sky 6 cam. it is a nice afternoon. it was foggy early morning, temperatures are so mild you can walk to lunch without a coat. the clouds will linger today before rain moves in tonight. get ready. david murphy is outside with the first look at the forecast. >> reporter: outside is the place to be, you're right we started out with thick fog early
this morning. as we head into the noon hour we're seeing breaks in the clouds, sun shining through, take a look at satellite you'll see the sweep of clouds we had in the morning hours along with the fog. we're getting into the hole in the cloud cover, for the next hour, hour and half we'll transition to a country sun and clouds mix. on the other side of pittsburgh you'll see rain that's part of the package late today and tonight. visibilities have improved. in trenton we're looking at two miles. everybody else in good shape. the poconos a tenth afternoon inch. areas to the northeast, like long island still seeing the fog. 65 degrees currently in philadelphia. the numbers are rebounding nicely. as we take a look at december so far, boy it's been a month of above average temperatures, everyday in the book from
yesterday through the 13th we've seen temperatures above average. we've been running 8.7 degrees above average. that of course is well above the average high of 41 degrees. where are we headed today average snowfall 6.5 inches we haven't seen that in december. where are we heading this afternoon. 69 degrees once again, the 14th straight day in december where we have wound up well above average, the average high 45. tonight looks very mild. things change later in the work workweek and toward the weekend, sarah, big time in fact. right now it's beautiful out here. >> we knew it was coming, david, we'll stay tuned for that. >> president obama is expected to deliver a statement regarding the fight against isis. this morning he met with tom military officials at the pentagon in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in southern california and paris. elizabeth hur is live in new
york city with the details. >> reporter: as we wait to hear from president obama we have learned that the female suspect in the san bernadino attacks was able to get a visa to come here despite her social media posting s promoting jihad. fbi said tashfeen malik the mother turned murderer in the san bernadino attacks had social media postings supporting violent jihad. she came to the u.s. on a fiance visa. >> during that time period immigration officials are not allowed to view social media as part of the screening process. >> reporter: john coleman is a former homeland security officials and now an abc consultant.
they were asked to look at social media posts but it was opposed by civil rights office. malik got other visa in three weeks with no checks in online messages. >> had they checked tashfeen malik maybe she wouldn't have gotten a visa. maybe those people in san bernadino would be alive. >> reporter: president obama met with his national counsel this morning, officials in europe are dealing with the isis disrupting holiday celebration. >> we're live in new york, i'm elizabeth hur channel 6 "action news."
back to you. >> thank you from our delaware newsroom residents in claymont were forced from there beds because of a fast-moving fire at the harbor house apartment complex on harbor drive. smoke and flames forced people intooltd parking e -- into the e parking lot. residents said they didn't realize it wasn't a false alarm until police knocked on their doors. >> we hear alarms so often, some people sleep through them. investigators say it will cost $50,000 to fix the damage. the cause is under investigation. >> if you're heading to the post office to take care of last minute holiday errands be prepared to wait. the u.s. postal service said today is the busiest mailing day of the year. the action cam was at the usps processing plant in belmawr, camden county where extra staff
is on hand. they have three giant sorting machines that handle 9.6 million pieces of mail over the holiday season. that's 150,000 pieces of mail per sorting machine per day. eagles coach chip kelly is expected to speak to the media in less than an hour after the win yesterday. lesean mccoy was held to 74 yards rushing no touchdowns. eagles beat the bills 23-20. it was clear mccoy was not happy with the loss, he threw his helmet as he approached the locker room after the game. he had nothing to say to the media. eagles are 6-7 and tied for first in washington. eagles wives are hosting a charity fundraising event in center city. all sorts of clothing and accessories are up for sale at milk boy on the 1100 block of
chestnut street. the money raised for today's event will benefit vet tri community partnership, and schools. what police in florida say started this fight ended with the trooper and disgruntled driver brawling on the floor. the republican contender that's poised to earn frontrunner status when "action news" at noon comings right back.
highway patrol officer landed a woman in jail. the scene unfolded at a dmv. cell phone video shows eleanor stern kicking the officer as he tried to remove her from the building. the incident started after stern got into an argument with dmv employees. stern was charged with resisting arrest. she was released on $100 bond. closing arguments are underway in the manslaughter trial of william porter failed
to buckle freddie gray into a police car. he testified he did not know he was injured, but did tell the driver and supervise that gray wanted to go to the hospital. this morning prosecutors took aim at porter's testimony saying he did not tell the truth about the day gray died. porter is one of 6 police officers facing criminal charges in connection with gray's death. >> a man seen walking down the los angeles street firing a gun in the air was later shot and killed by sheriff's deputies. video captured the encounter saturday in the l.a. suburb of linwood. nick class robinson refused to drop the gun an walking toward a gas station where a family was in the car. many criticized the incident say that he may not have heard the
command to drop his weapon. today marks the third anniversary of the sandy hook elementary shooting. this is the first time it falls on a school day. officials help the day comes and goes quietly. 20 elementary school children and 6 adults were killed that day. the shooter, adam shot his own mother before turning the gun on himself. >> the stage is set for the 5th gop presidential debate tomorrow night. according to a new numbers news poll along with the "wall street journal" texas senator ted cruz is seeing a surge in support. he sits in second place with 22% of voter backing, five points behind trump. the new numbers put marco rubio in third place and ben carson in
4th. they taking the main stage with front front and center. chris christie will take part despite being bumped into the undercard in the last debate. jeb bush rand paul and carly fiorina and john john kasich rod out the top nine. a christmas list from across the country is under scrutiny from the federal government and major retailers. >> smart phones could be ruining our postures and our moods, we'll explain the posture behind ihuger when "action news" comes right back. sk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto® is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem.
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holiday gifts is raising safety concerns for retailers and federal government. there were ten lormts of hover -- reports of hover board fires in nine states because of the lithium ion batteries. they are using lower quality batteries. amazon anne many have pulled -- and many retailers have pulled them from their websites until they meet safety standards. >> researcher also say smart phones are ruining our posture and moods. according to a new zealand fizz
fizz -- if i h, when we bend forward the stress on the neck increases to 60 pounds. people who slawch -- slouch like this tend to be depressed. keep your head up and your shoulders back, looking at it eye level. >> you do that, you have the best posture in the station. >> 9 action team is out looking at what's coming up at 4:00 p.m. >> reporter: makeover monday, this time of year is all about parties and that can mean a lot of different looks, that's why i stopped by a local salon to get celebrity inspired holiday hair
ideas. plus it's titled how to be a lady person at the holidays and it is starting to trend again to wearing a baby to staying cozy to doing a sports thing to be funny. you won't want to miss a blogger's take on the add in december. see you guys at 4:00. >> thank you. looking live outside, sky6 live hd showing you cape may. meteorologist david murphy has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" comes right back.
morning. we don't have any precipitation out there right now, the fog is gone. as we look outside the wide view at the airport. you can see how the clouds are breaking up a little bit overhead. we have sun that has built in for the next couple of hours before the clouds get thicker. temple zoom up to 65 degrees. dewpoint, 59. kind of high. things are feeling good overall. winds are calm as we take a look at temperatures everybody is enjoying nice numbers, top to bottom. 60 in allentown. >> reporter: 65 in reading, 58 in trentonment clouds are thicker and we have lower visibility. 64 in warrington. 58 in cape may. dover, delaware, 71 degrees. future tracker 6 picks up the next part of the story. we've got clouds and sunny breaks between now and 3 or 4:00. after that the clouds get thicker. at any time after 5:00 p.m.
starting in the west we'll be on the look out for showers coming through and there could thunderstorms and isolated heavier downpours. this is what is coming later this afternoon and early this evening. we'll get another break after moisture pops in later tonight. adam joseph and cesily tynan will have something to show you on storm tracker 6 live double scan at 10:00 and 11:00 p.m. and even at 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. we may be tracking something from the west. lehigh valley lots of clouds, late rain, 65 degrees is the warm high. at the shore, 66 degrees, lots of clouds and late rain, as well. in philadelphia, 69 degrees, mostly cloudy late showers and winds out of the south at 7 to 14. that 69 by the way if we hit it would tie the record for this date. in fact there are several records that may fall. yesterday we got to 71 which was a new record. this time we'll see if we can tie it. overnight tonight we have rain
in the evening hours, it will taper off as we move past midnight up until 3:00 a.m. 58 is the overnight low. for the evening commute rain starts to move in the best chance will be after 5:00 p.m. in the west, probably by 6:00 p.m. in philadelphia. 68 by 4:00. 66 by 5:30. and mild by 7:00 p.m. 65 is the temperature there. tomorrow behind that frontal boundary cooler with a high of 63 degrees. breezy, as well. a secondary front comes in there is cooler air lurking up to the north and west of us, eventually that is going to slide down closer to the area. you'll see the effects of that particularly this weekend. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 69 lots of clouds out there today. sunny breaks for the next couple of hours before we cloud up again. we have the late day and nighttime rain. there could be a rumble of thunder around tonight. sunny and breezy, 63 degrees. morning clouds give way to sun. sunny and cooler on wednesday,
57. another rainmaker arrives on thursday, more clouds high of 60 perhaps showers in the afternoon and evening. and then the final change continues the final change for this seven day arrives. 54 degrees on friday. some sun returning there. how about the weekend? high of 45 on saturday and chilly on sunday, 44. the average high this weekend is 44 and 43 saturday an sunday, we're where we should i don't expect it to last. >> that's too cold for me. >> one of the world's biggest music artist is coming to philadelphia next fall. singer song writer adelle has announced dates for her much anticipated tour her first american tour in five years including 6 nights runs in new york and los angeles and in
philadelphia, september 9th and 10th. tickets go on sale this thursday. neighbors literally pull together to avert a hot air balloon tragedy. we'll hear from a rescuer. >> star wars fans movie t-shirt awakens, what a principal says at a school about violence. that story continues what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever?
>> hello, again, here's some of the stories we're following on "action news" at 12:30, it may look like christmas at the new jersey shore around the area, but it doesn't feel like it. >> the pennsylvania house makes another try at a state budget as schools say they won't come back after the holidays. a supposed supposed terrort a suburban paris school turns out to be a hoax. >> the warm weather will soon come to and end. >> the morning fog is clearing, but the mild temperatures remain we could see precipitation later. new jersey correspondent nora muchanic is live in ocean city, but first, david murphy is outside to tell us what's ahead today. >> reporter: it's the kind of temperatures that make you think about going to the shore. right now we're comfortable on the