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in delaware county put several schools on lockdown and donald trump offers an olive branch to the republican party after admitting his words can be decisive. >> looking live from sky 6 hd, showing you a dreary philadelphia international airport it is cloudy with periods of rain today before cooler air moves in just in time for the weekend. david murphy is keeping a close eye on double scan live radar with a first look at the soggy forecast. >> we started out most of the rush hour dry in most parts of the area but as expected the rain moved in and now it is wet out there. you see all the rain highlighted in yellow through trenton and philadelphia and a bit more of the yellow in south jersey and a bit out toward reading, the yellow is lighter precipitation
and green is fairly wet and wet roads across the region and on the other side of baltimore a little bit of drying, but that takes some time to get here, i expect raining for the majority of afternoon and steady enough to pile things up on the roadways, stormtracker 6 live double scan we are waiting for a frontal boupdry to get on through and a wave of low pressure along the front and we'll quickly dry out in the evening hours and cooler air from the west coming in in the exclusive accuweather forecast for the weekend. temperatures right now, not that you want to be outside with all of that wet stuff, but if you have to go outside it's cool, winds are not that strong but 54 in philadelphia and 51 in reading and 52 in trenton and wilmington and milder south of the region and you may wind up with a couple of extra degrees in south jersey and delaware. today's high is 59 degrees, well above the average of 44 but of
course with the raving it's not exactly a great day, when we come back we'll track the end of the rain and have more on the big chill down coming for the weekend. >> thank you david. we are following breaking news now from wayne, delaware county, that is where a police officer on a motorcycle was injured in an accident that happened just about an hour ago. this happened on the 300 block of lancaster avenue, it's unclear if the officer was on or off duty and his condition is not known as this time. we are following more developing news in delaware county, several schools were locked down as police investigating reports of an armed robbery in radnor, police were called to the 100 block of pine tree road at 10:00 this morning, right now they are going door-to-door asking residents if they have seen anything. cabrini college and arch bish
high school are all on lockdown and have since been lifted. and now arson investigators are looking into a fire at the new jerusalem baptist church for the second fire in two weeks, on the corner of pine street and vandmere avenue. katherine scott is live on the scene with the very latest. >> reporter: i spoke with fire officials and they say that the fire investigation is well underway and they have to bring in heavy equipment to clear away the debris so they can continue to search for a cause and it's too early to know if the devastating fire is suspicious. the roof charred and collapsed and the bricks carefully laid by hand in the 60s tumble into the nearby streets, the second fire in the matter of weeks destroyed the jerusalem church
investigators are back at the scene in wilmington today, long time church pastor dean brock got a call last night. >> someone called me and said the church is on fire. i said are you joking two weeks ago we had a fire. they said no it's on fire now. >> the fire broke out before 7:00 last evening and firefighters were met with heavy flames that ripped through the church and the last fire was mainly in the basement and the church had already made strides to rebuild. fire officials say it's too early to know if this fire is suspicious. many here are not rushing to judgment either and are confident in the recovery of this church. >> it's just a building, it burnt down the building, or whatever happened with the building, you see the cross is still standing, that is still in
control. >> reporter: and back here live where you can see the bricks are being cleared away away of pine tree and one firefighter was injured and released at the hospital and it's raining heavily and i asked if the rain could have potential on evidence and they say it depends on what the evidence is and they have to proceed safely. katherine scott, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. rapper and philadelphia native, meek mill is back in court today for his latest patrol violation hearing, the rapper, whose name is robert williams, has repeatedly changed his court approved travel schedule and that he submitted a suspicious urine sample. his girlfriend nickie minaj
testified for him. and kenny gamble is expected to testify during today's hearing. in baltimore protesters stayed peaceful overnight hours after a jury failed to reach a disin the case of the first police officer charged in the case of freddie gray and that officer's trial is back to square one. lauren lister has more. >> reporter: a jury up able to reach a decision in the officer's role in freddie gray's death, a handful of arrests and authorities clearing the streets but overnight the protesters were peaceful, nothing like the widespread mayhem that erupted when his death was first announced. along with gray's family expressing faith in the system
that did not find a verdict in the first officer on trial for gray's death. >> there will be another trial with a different jury. >> freddie gray die sd of a spinal injury while in police custody, porter faced four charges including involuntarily manslaughter, with prosecutors claiming he could have put a seatbelt on gray or called a medic when the victim asked for one when he asked for one several times on the way to jail. >> the juries tried for three days. >> my reaction is how? with all the evidence how? >> police are on trial, we are talking about what the police did, they shot someone and were they justified or not. >> porter denied guilt in gray's death and it's unclear if the state will pursue a retrial. a little rain couldn't keep
santa from making a special delivery this morning. a parade of police cars and fire engines escorted santa to the salvation army of norristown, he delivered a flat bed of food donations for the police athletic league. a great day for star wars fans, the movie returns to the big screen with the force awakens. select theaters powered up the projectors while most people were sleeping they are showing all the episodes back to back for fans. annie mccormick will have more coming up at 12:30 in a little bit. a nebraska state troop err's heroic caught on camera, why that deputy risk sd his own life to jump on a moving truck.
a nebraska state trooper's act of heroism was caught on camera, police spotted an out of control trick or treat barrelling down the roadway, they later discovered the driver was diabetic and his sugar levels crashed and he jumped on the moving truck to help the driver come to a stop. they are both expected to be okay. federal officials are on the hot seat on capitol hill they are facing questions on the house oversight committee on the safe guards to keep would be extremists out of the u.s. and it comes two weeks after the deadly terror attack in san bernardino, california, the two people were killed and one came into the u.s. on a fiance visa after passing background checks
and two inperson interviews. ash carter said he made a mistake when he used a personal email account. they will review his emails to make sure no sensitive information was compromised. he will continue his trip to iraq to continue talks in the help iraqis fight isis. carter is expected to meet with the president of the kurdistan regional government today. he was given probation after his lawyer argued he was too spoiled to be in prison. this just days after pictures surfaced of the teen at a party near a beer pong table. and the d.a. issued an arrest warrant. >> the video came out they felt
like a probation violation could be coming and he'll have to look over his shoulder the rest of his life. >> he pleld guilty to killing four people using the so-called affluent -- za defence. the 45-year-old scored more goals in national play than any other soccer player, male or female. wombach was honored with a special painting from the world cup. they ended up losing to china 1-0, the first time the team lost in the u.s. since facing denmark in philadelphia in 2004. a minnesota mom took home a big prize with this amazing half-court shot. take a look. -- oh!
at first it seemed as though angela missed but after it hit the floor it went into the basket. there is the bounce and then right in the basket. the family that raised the most money during the fundraiser, and her daughter will now receive half off her tuition next year. >> she thought she missed but i guess not. >> initially. >> still to come a shaky day on wall street. after the federal research announced hiking their interest rate. >> you heard of the grateful day but what about the grateful alive. a group of seniors embrace their age when "action news" comes right back. [ dog barks ]
but down 112 points, definitely a jittery day on the stock exchange. chances are you heard of a band called the grateful dead and there is a band of seniors called the grateful alive. tamala edwards has more. >> reporter: grateful alive is an all volunteer band that perform at nursing homes and senior centers and hospitals. >> it makes you feel good they enjoy the music and encouragings you to keep going, they play only old tunes, nothing after 1948. >> makes me remember my good life i had growing up and a diverse group of retirees. >> we have a rabbi and a lawyer and engineer, and several teachers. >> i think it's the holiest work i have ever done but my presence
shows them someone cares. >> thomas joined grateful alive last year. it was the first time he picked up the horn in 58 years. >> i find it totally satisfying to participate not just with the band but the audience members and see the smiles on their faces and the joy they get out of it is a joy to me also. >> it brings back the good old days. >> i am about to turn 80, and i'm probably one of oldest members of the group. >> though the group changes their philosophy changes the same. >> you get older and you still function, they are playing the instruments and singing and making us feel alive and i am grateful to be alive and i thank god i'm alive. >> they nice, the "action news" team out working on news stories tonight beginning at 4:00, alicia vitarelli with a preview.
hi alicia. >> hi guys if you love your smart phone and you are considering a smart watch or getting one for the tech lover in your life, don't do anything until you watch our report on "action news" at 4:00, we'll break down the latest models for you. and back in july "action news" was the first to introduce you to the kind waitless that paid for the meals for several firefighters after a grueling shift even though she was struggling to raise money for her disabled father six months later her dad is getting the help he needs after thousands of people pay it forward. and "action news" will be there once again for the heart warming update and you'll love this story. take us with you on the go with the 6 abc news app, watch us streaming live on your smart phone or tablet and i'll be back to talk about barbara walters most fascinating people of 2015.
meteorologist david murphy is here now with details on the rainy forecast. >> it's rainy out there like accuweather said and look at stormtracker 6 live double scan you can see yellow on the map along with the green and as we take a look at philadelphia up close now, you can see a lot of that yellow moving through philadelphia media and chadds ford and jenkins town and as we go in tight to the city itself, if you are driving around on the blue route or the expressway.
up and down the new jersey turnpike you get decent showers here and they are off and on steady to heavy probably through the majority of the afternoon, there is wilmington delaware and it looks like you are about to get more of this. we go out wider and start this up, we are looking at a movement of this rain from the south to the north-northeast. and bear, delaware, another spot, i leave you with the wider view and allentown getting intense rain and it's expected up there from the shore to philadelphia, probably winding up with a little less in the northern and western suburbs, we have cloudy skies out there and rain as we take a look live at sky 6 hd in wilmington delaware, some of it coming down steadily, 54 is your current temperature and winds are light today east-northeast at 5 miles per hour, not a wind driven rain but
wet nonetheless. 53 in wilmington and milder as you head down to south jersey and closer to the shore. future tracker 6 shows you that between now up until 3:00 it will be pretty wet with downpours and later in the afternoon, 5:00, 6:00, there is a chance that will die down. how much are we expecting? over an inch on some models and the low estimates are down to .75, not a flooding rain but some backed up storm drains and that sort of things. up in the lee lie sally, cloudy skies and periods of rain and down the shore a wet afternoon with dry potentially by dinner time and 60 is the high and in philadelphia a high of 59 degrees and cloudy skies and periods of rain and winds from the southeast at 6 to 12 miles per hour cloudy skies and a
shower 47 but we are looking at dry as we get through the evening hours, the exclusive accuweather forecast, 59 is today's high and cloudy and rainy for the rest of afternoon, we expect the rain to knock off around dinner time. and breezy and cooler tomorrow and 51 and another big story in the forecast, the weekend will be chilly especially on saturday. blustery and cold conditions and 42 and windchills in the 20s in the morning and afternoon and definitely winter coat weather on saturday despite sunshine and sunday better 48 degrees, next week winter arrives and we get back into october-like temperatures and a record setting high next week. >> 60 on christmas? >> isn't that something.
"action news" continues with sara bloomquist, and meteorologist david murphy. hello again, here is what we are following for you at 12:30, a man is stabbed in the chest in southeast philadelphia and police are now searching for the suspect. a wilmington church is damaged by not one but two fires in the matter of weeks and keep the umbrella handy we are dealing with cold and rain. and the moment people are waiting for the