tv Action News Weekend 7AM ABC January 16, 2016 7:00am-8:01am EST
a pleasant good morning to you, it is 7:00 a.m. saturday, january 16. i'm gray hall alongside alicia vitarelli. in the news this morning, decision made, but now the eagles have to wait as their choice for head coach doug peterson finishes his season with the chief. new overnight, two people are hurt in a three car does he want. we have the details. temperatures in the 50s, enjoy today because big changes are ahead. meteorologist chris sowers stepping outside for a live look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. how does it feel out there, chris? >> reporter: it's a little chilly, it's obviously damp, but not too bad for january
standards. the temperatures are in the 40s south and east. satellite and radar showing there goes the coastal storm pulling into new england, bye-bye then, no rain for us at this point now. we see light drizzle across the lehigh valley. spritzes and sprinkles around the immediate philadelphia area. from this point on, the skies will begin to brighten up a little bit. we'll go a combination of sun and clouds, 43 degrees in philadelphia. the normal high for this time of year, which usually occurs for this time in the afternoon is 40. we're above that. millville, 42. sea isle, 43. trenton, 41. remember those numbers. wait until you see the changes in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's a damp start, clouds and sunshine, mild, 52 degrees is the forecasted high. a little bit cooler north and west, highs topping out in the mid to upper 40s, but again not too bad considering the middle
of january. when i come back in just a few minutes, we want to talk about the icy cold arctic changes arriving sunday night. they will last most of the upcoming week, it will be the coldest week of the winter so far. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. let's get you back to the breaking news we're following for you this morning, police on the scene of a barricade investigation in west philadelphia. it started around 4:30 a.m. it's been going on for 2 1/2 hours now. that's the 4900 block of chestnut street in west philly. s.w.a.t teams on the scene right now. septa is rerouting the buses because the streets have been blocked off there. police on the scene after neighbors reporting hearing gunshots coming from the third floor in the rear of a house on the 4900 block of chestnut street. police trying to make contact with the occupants at this time. so far no reports of injuries, but s.w.a.t teams are on the case this morning. your time, 7:02. the eagles have settled on a new
coach to lead the birds, but we have to wait until we hear from him. doug peterson is a little bills right now helping lead the current team the kansas chiefs in the afc playoff game. the chiefs will may the new england patriots in fox borough this afternoon. helping the eagles find the new head coach, ron jaworski he was part of the interviewing process, but tells "action news" finding peterson was tough, but he believes he is the right man. peterson will wow the town. he has experience in the city of philadelphia. he knows the fabric of the community. he lived here, he worked here not for a year, for many years, he inside what the community is about. peterson is currently the chief's offensive coordinator under andy reid. he worked with reid his entire
nfl coaching career. he was quarterback of the eagles, as well back in 1999 until donovan mcnabb took over. two people were hurt in a wild crash that happened in southwest philadelphia. here's what we know. two cars collided one ended up on the front lawn of a home south 67th street and chester avenue. this morning a driver and passenger are being treated in the hospital and exoacted to -- expected to be okay. the search continues for a driver who hit a man and left him in the middle of the street in hunting park, the crash happened at 5th and hunting park avenue yesterday morning. he suffered a head injury and broken bones and being treated at temple university hospital. a manner out running an errand found the victim in the street and called police. penndot announced it may have a solution to the bottle
neck traffic on the schuylkill expressway. the solution would be to open another lane between city avenue and king of prussia. dann cuellar has the details on the study and how penndot could make this all possible. >> reporter: a sea of red tail lights, a common scene on the the ever-unpredictable, often challenging schuylkill expressway. the area between 202 and route 1 found to be among the 50 worst bottle necks in the country. it been gridlocked since it opened in november 1958. there were ideas that have been tossed around over the years, what's the latest idea? opening the shoulders to traffic during peak hours or special events. the enormous traffic volume on the road and penndot is doing the study to look at operational
enhancements that can be done in the short term. it would require extensive careering and then there's this question, what happens if there's a there's -- an emergency. there's a lot of details that need to be worked out. >> reporter: what do motorists think? it's a great idea, it is congested as it is. with the bottle neck that happens -- if it means traffic will flow a little better it's a great idea. it cuts down congestion in traffic. it would be a nightmare if there was a dangerous accident and somebody was hurt or fire, you would never get emergency vehicles through. >> reporter: as you can see one burning inenigma that remains unsolved. they will have the study done and decision by the spring.
dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." vice president has launched what he calls a moon shot mission to cure cancer. biden announced the plan at the university of pennsylvania yesterday. he intends to use his final year in office to breakdown the barriers he said are holding back progress. >> reporter: i believe my exposure to the two years my son was fighting brain cancer, i became acquainted enough with the brilliant minds around the table and others, to realize that we're on the cusp, you're on the cusp of some phenomenal break-throughs. next week he will convene global cancer experts at the economic forum. wine harvesting, we'll tell
lancaster, p-a saw video of her alleged shoplifting on the news. when she saw it she thought turn herself into police be she stole high end clothes. she has prior drug and retail theft charges. she served time in jail and rehab. she awaits her next day in court to face new accusations. her boyfriend who saw the video on the news is an addict in
recovery. 6 people were hurt when an american airline flight hit turbulence. a flight attendant broke her nose. the turbulence tossed them around the flight from miami -- to miami from new york city. passengers talked about the scare in the air. everybody was afraid. i was sitting in the back, we felt it, it was really loud. american airlines installing software that better warns the pilots of the rough skies. there will be more on "good morning america" following the broadcast. meteorologist chris sowers is looking at the forecast, is the rain gone?
>> reporter: bye-bye. live on sky6. this is it is view in spring mountain. they have an 18 to 38-inch base, they have made plenty of snow over the last few days, mother nature will help over the next few days as an arctic shot moves in here. you'll find -- finally do skiing on the slopes. double scan live, we have drizzle and mist taking place across the lehigh valley and the poconos. this nor'easter produced rain for the poconos. the temperatures were too warm. the snow was up here across upstate new york and vermont and new hampshire. 44 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 38. winds out of the west at 9. the pressure is rising. 35 in the poconos. 37 in allentown. 43 in philadelphia. 42 in millville. clearing not seeing any icing cbs out -- conditions out there, everybody is well above
freezing. it's damp and gloomy. have i bet is an issue for the far western suburbs, reading down to a mile and allentown 1.5 miles. ten miles for wildwood and atlantic city. here's satellite and radar, look how far north the rain/snow line is. very rare for a nor'easter this time of the year. if you're a snow lover there's no arctic high up here to drain the high in. when the rain came up the eastern seaboard it flooded the area with milder temperatures. we saw no snow all rain. this is a clipper system coming out of the bismarck and the didd a did a dakotas, this will dive south and east. there will be colder changes arriving on the backside. it is 21 below in bismarck. 15 in omaha. 14 in chicago. this will make a beeline towards
the delaware valley. as you look at the surface maps for today. cold front in the process of slipping through now, it's a mild day, the winds shift out of the northwest later this afternoon. sunday it's cooler with highs in the low 40s, once the secondary front arrives sunday night into monday, wait until you see how low the numbers go. future tracker 6 showing we'll clear things out this afternoon combination of sun and clouds, after a damp start we'll dry out nicely. 48 to 52. that will be the range in temperatures well above seasonal averages. overnights tonight, everything clears out, we'll go mainly clear. we'll have clouds re-emerge sunday, we'll have snow showers, one or two areas could see snow showers late in the day as the arctic front approaches. forecast for this afternoon, the way to play out, brightening skies, lunchtime 49. 2:00 p.m., 50 degrees, shooting
for a high of 52. the normal is 40. allentown, 46. breezy in the afternoon. millville, cape may, atlantic city, 352. dover, 353. everybody dropping down to below freezing, upper 20s for most areas overnight tonight. millville, 28 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. that 28 is the forecasted high by monday, so much colder martin luther king day. 52 today. 42 mostly cloudy sunday, sunday night the temperatures plummet into the teens. monday 28. tuesday, 29. wednesday, 38. thursday, 39. friday, sunshine and high of 42. so that's a little bit better. the following week looks like 50s again. it's a one-week deal here. i can do that. >> reporter: hold on for a week, right. the 50s will feel tropical if they come back. time now, 7:15 it's been 70 years since theremburg
trials. tamala edwards has the art of aging. it was horrible, we had never seen anything like it. the jewish people in the camp came with their hands out stretched pleading for food and water. >> reporter: he was fluent in the german, he translated at the trials. while many were executed for their crimes, he said being the presence of such evil was hard to erase. his diary from 1945 serves as a painful reminders. i have several pages on
and hurst. this is hitler, if we do not exterminate the jewish race completely and totally, the jewish race will destroy the german people. when you're dealing with people like that who are so ruthless and brutal and indifferent to suffering there are times to stand up and fight. he lives in gwynedd. he traveled back to germany in november for the 70s anniversary of the trials. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
cape may, new jersey. the rain is out of here, but cold is on the way. details in just a bit. and the cold temperatures may not have you thinking of wine harvesting, but it is the perfect time to harvest ice wine grapes. 1600 pounds of ice wine grapes were harvested. the temperatures needs to be 17 degrees or colder. when they are picked. the waters is frozen and the sugar is concentrated. after the wine is pressed it will be summer before you drink it. that's one reason i can get into the cold. at the big board, what's happening around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. go ahead and shake off the blues and head to oaks montgomery county for the philly home and garden show. you can find inspiration for your home and renovation project. plus manicured featured gardens
from today 10 to 9:00 p.m. and tomorrow 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. head to the shore for a dip in the very chilly atlantic ocean for a good cause. it's the wildwoods annual polar bear plunge to benefit the special olympics. take the plunge this afternoon and warm up with lunch taking place on the beach behind the wildwood convention center at 1:00 p.m. finally let the force be with you at the william james memorial in lafayette hills. costume contests and crafts and paint facing and grand price of remote control bb8 droid that's happening today from 10:30 to
is so wholesome... and it doesn't take the whole paycheck. giant's exclusive nature's promise. eat well for less. my giant. there's the nor'easter, the rain/snow line is in southern maine, vermont and new hampshire. there's been a lack of cold air. this nor'easter ran up the eastern seaboard, in order to get snow you need an arctic high to the north. the clockwise wind along the high will draw the cold air into the delaware valley. instead of the high, we had a coastal storm here coming north and upper level low here going north. that flooded the region with mild air.
there was no snow with this, it was all rain. in order to get snow you need a coastal low combined with the high. 51 degrees by 1:00 p.m. combination of sun and clouds 3:00 p.m., 49, 5:00 p.m., 45 we're anticipating a high somewhere between 50 and 352. with the winds whipping around later this afternoon it will feel like the low to mid 0 40s. guys. turning to sports this saturday morning, the flies look for their 5th win in a row this afternoon on the home ice against the rangers. sixers play portland in south philadelphia. jeff skeverski kicks off coverage of the eagles hiring of doug peterson as coach. >> reporter: jeffrey lori, howie roseman led the way in eagles coaching search, but "action news" learned behind the scenes ron jaworski was throwing his two cents in, as well.
which led to doug peterson. there are hundreds of coaches in this book, everyone was talked about. >> reporter: your -- jaworski among the selected few that had the book on all the coaches. he sat in on the interviews during the search. he believes the chief's offensive coordinator is the right guy for the eagles. doug peterson will wow the town. there were incredible candidates that's what made the decision so hard. it's great it was not an easy decision. we all talked long, hard and lengthy about hiring the right head coach. it wasn't he's the guy, it was instantaneous let's move on. there were good candidates. at the end of the day, the eagles got it right. >> reporter: jaws on the search committee wouldn't say whether peterson was the number one choice. whether he was or not, dick vermeal tells us, that doesn't
matter, because he wasn't the eagles number one choice back in 1976 and he led them to the super bowl. jamie apody caught up with the former eagles coach, vermeil said he was the third choice 40 years ago behind joe paterno. he said peterson's background as a quarterback and learning under andy reid was a plus. i would like to see him everyone rally around him, not look at the negatives, and not get the guy you really wanted he may be not really wanted somewhere else. >> reporter: peterson cannot be officially hired as the eagles coach until after the chiefs are out of the playoffs which could happen as early as tonight. this is a situation where joseph free lori wanted -- jeffrey lori wanted to get control back to the front
office. peterson can coach the team, howie roseman will run the front office and peterson will get along with people in a way that chip kelly did not. >> reporter: before deciding on chip's replacement, the eagles were planning on bringing ben macadoo back, but when the giants got wind of it, they nixed it. tom coughlin was in the running for the eagles job until the very end. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. (woman) you want to eat...
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could bill cosby see the criminal charges against him dropped? details on the new turn of events. deadly battle, authorities in west africa regain control of a luxury hotel that was taken over by al qaeda extremists. the rain is pretty much gone, but prepare yourself for a big dip in temperatures. meteorologist chris sowers outside right now with a look ahead. and chris, in just a couple of hours maybe by tomorrow you'll need to upgrade the traffic. >> reporter: the heavier coat will be on tomorrow morning. monday morning you'll need the gloves and hat and it will not be enough as another huge arctic outbreak is on the way. temperatures are in the 30s
and 40s, most locations are above seasonal high force this time of the year. we're doing okay, 43 degrees in philadelphia. millville, 42. wilmington, 42. dover, 43. sea isle city checking in at 44. as the northeasterly pulls away, the visibility will improve. you're socked in, but give it a couple of hours and the numbers improve. visibility in allentown, 1.5. philadelphia, 7. trnltd, -- trenton, 5. nor'easter bringing heavy snows to maine, vermont and new hampshire and heavy rains to hartford, connecticut and providence, rhode island. we have showers leftover across the delaware valley. brightening skies, clouds and sun, breezy and mild, 52 degrees is the forecasted high. winds pick up out of the
northwest 15 to 25 miles per hour. expecting to see some blue in the sky by afternoon. lunchtime, 49. 2:00 p.m., 50 degrees. look what's waiting in the wings, oh, my goodness, windchills right now across the high plains are raging anywhere from 15 to 25 degrees below zero. there's colder numbers off the screen. that arctic air mass arrives sunday night into monday morning. we'll let you know how cold it gets around here when i see you again in in a couple of minutes. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live radar at any time at 6abc.com/weather. 7:32 this saturday morning, let's go back to the breaking news we're following for you in west philadelphia this morning. police are on the scene of a barricade situation that started around 4:30 a.m. it's been going on for about three hours there on the 4900 block of chestnut street in west philadelphia.
you can see the s.w.a.t teams there. you should know if you're planning to head in and around this area or you take septa, roads and streets are blocked off, so septa is rerouting buses this morning. it all started again this morning at 4:30 a.m. when police were called to the scene when neighbors reporting hearing gun shots coming from the third floor in the rear of the house on the 4900 block of chestnut street. police still trying to make contact with the occupants. still looking for a potential gunman, because again only reports of gunshots being heard. it's a very active situation, very flued. we'll update -- flew i -- fluid, we'll continue to update it throughout the morning. bill cosby was promised no criminal charges. brucebruce castor sent an agreet
to ferman saying if he testified in the civil case the testimony would not be used in a criminal case. efforts to reach castor and the current d.a. have been unsuccessful. security forces in west africa storm a hotel freeing hostages caught in a deadly showdown with a group tied to al qaeda. more than 100 people were rescued from the luxury hotel. at least 23 people did not make it out alive. some bodies were found in the cafe. dozens of people wounded in the attack. several hostages were taken and two of the women who were the hostage takers died. the hotel is in a place americans often stay, american special forces were on the scene offering tactical advice.
the site is near mali, the site of a deadly attack of islamic radicals last year. eagles could officially name their head coach, the team wants doug peert -- peterson the offensive coordinator for the kansas chiefs. the announcement could happen today if the team loses to the patriots. he served as assistant under andy reid. he was quarterback for ten seasons, including one with the eagles. police in delaware are investigating a serious crash this morning. the action cam was on the scene of the 200 block of upper pike creek road in pike creek. police say the driver lost control and hit are a utility pole and went down a 35-foot embankment. he was taken to christiana hospital with non-life
threatening injuries. philadelphia police say someone stole keepsakes from a dead man's casket in kensington. now the family wants the items back. jeff chirico has the details. even when they would sing the star spangle banner no matter where we were he would cry. >> reporter: patriotic is how these cousins described their grandfather a veteran from audubon, new jersey, he died last week at the age of 93. he was rarely scene without his u.s.s. wichita cap adorned with pins now the hat an long with the gold wedding ring is missing, stolen from a car within hours. if i really wanted to say how i felt about it, wouldn't be good, we just want the stuff back. >> reporter: funeral director
accidently left the bag inside the locked minivan on outside the funeral home on east cumberland street. she thinks the man in the surveillance image was the man who took off with the possessions wednesday night. philadelphia police collected the bag to dust tore prints. meanwhile, miller is turning to social media to put the word out. i put it on facebook, it's been shared 15 times so far. that tough -- stuff is priceless. they want them back because they mean something to us. give us the hat and pins back and the ring. that to us, means more to us than anything. >> reporter: mr. joyce rosaries and jeff cap were stolen from the car. the family asks that whoever has
them to return them to the mcbride funeral home no questions asked. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." the search continues for 12 marines off the coast of hawaii after two helicopters crashed during a nighttime training mission. there were 6 marines on each helicopter. search cruise are focusing on a two mile area where the debris was spotted. actor sean penn is expressing regret over his coastline rolling stone interview with joaquin "el chapo" guzman. the interview helped authorities capture the drug lord. penn said the interview was meant to start a conversation about the war on drugs. i have regrets that the entire discussion about this article ignores its purpose. well, the fbi is
investigating that interview that penn had with guzman. but at this point he is not accused of wrong doing. story continues to develop there. investors on wall treat are hoping a long three day weekend will calm a volatile stock market. the market capped the first two weeks of the new year with a steep slide yesterday. the dow was down 400 points, s&p 500 fell 45 points, the nasdaq dropped 126 points. the mark is in what is known as a correction. the dow is down 8% in 2016. much. downward pressure is caused by the plunging oil prices below $30 a barrel, its lowest leveling since 2003. shoppers have you heard walmart is closing 169 stores, it will affect 6900 workers. the announcement comings after
ceo told investors walmart would review its store fleet amid increasing competition. no stores in pennsylvania, delaware or new jersey are affected. stockton university has completed the sale of the showboat casino. bather, blatteen purchased the casino. a carl icon will take over the taj mahal in atlantic city. trump entertainment did nothing wrong when it ended benefits to the workers. trump entertainment cut off the benefits in 2014 when it filed for bankruptcy. icon has been trying to take over the hotel and casino and funding it for more than a year. i know a lot of people looking for a rebirth in atlantic city. much more to come on this
saturday morning. a simple solution to detecting alzheimers disease how doctors can discover the debilitating aliments sooner. plus a dolphin photo bombs. a look at sky6 live hd, we welcome the sun as it starts to peek out. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast including arctic temperatures when we come right back.
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nor'easter continues to pull away. we'll see sunshine by afternoon, but it will be damp by morning hours. most philadelphia is clear at this point. showers left over in noks -- new york city and northern portions of new jersey. 42 is where we started out this morning which is above the seasonal low. monday we had afternoon highs with windchills in the teens. rebounded to 46. yesterday we bounded and today we're in the 40s and 50s. 43 in philadelphia. millville, 42. wilmington, 42. upper 30s north and west and the poconos checking in at 35. most areas are ranging anywhere from ten to 15 degrees warmer than this time yesterday. normally you get a nor'easter
heading up the eastern seaboard and it pulls the colder air in. we have milder air flooding the region until we get into tomorrow afternoon that's when the wind direction changes and the colder changes arrive. there's the counter clockwise swirl the storm system is pulling away. new england seeing rain not snow. kansas chiefs and patriots game, 4:25 at fox borough, this storm arriving in the afternoon it would be rain not snow. the mild air continues to lift north from the atlantic. back here at home, skies brighten up as the storm continues to pull away. sun and clouds this afternoon, fairly mild, temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s. 4:00 p.m., 48. millville, 50. dover, 48. with the winds whipping around it will feel like 5 to 7 degrees
colder. later tomorrow, the temperatures down in the 20s and 30s. tomorrow afternoon a secondary system develops on the frontal system that's currently pushing through now. it will continue to work its way out to sea. but it could come close enough to provide the area with snow showers late in the day. otherwise sunday is a mainly cloudy and cooler afternoon. the big story with the front, once irrelevant crosses through, get a load of the windchills monday morning, single kiddings north and west, teens south and east. monday night, temperatures windchills in the single digits. for the lehigh valley this afternoon, 46, 47, partly sunny, mild, with the winds it will feel like the upper 30s, low 40s. for the jersey shore, even though we are topping out in the low 50s with the winds it will feel like the mid 40s. part lip sunny and winds, out of the northwest at 25 miles per
hour. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, cold stuff gets in here monday, much colder. 28 degrees, overnight lows in the teens. tuesday, cold, 29. both days feature windchills in the single digits and teens. wednesday, thursday, friday, chilly, but we pull out of the it in the 30s and 40s. the following week is in the 50s and 60s again. for now, you have issued a full wintry accessory advisory. >> reporter: you'll need the hat and gloves get it out. bone-chilling cold. a new "fyi philly" is coming up tonight on 6abc. >> reporter: hey, everybody, here's what's coming up tonight on "fyi philly." we check out the newcomers of philadelphia magazine 50 best restaurants. take you to a studio where you can make your own clothes and in the kitchen with the pastry
doctors may have an easy way to detect alzheimers disease. in a stud published in science report, researchers found that mice had a urine odor to identify plaque build up in the mice' brain it is often an indicator of alzheimers. two swedish researchers discovered mosquito netters work as well as the commercial grade plastic mesh. 300 men were involved in the study, one man with had recurre.
a piece of i am plantable plastic mesh normally costs $125. a new study finds vegetables may protect from a severe vision problem. more than 2 million americans over the age of ho suffer from glow -- over the age of 40 suffer from glaucoma. those who eat leafy green vegetables, have a lower risk. it is believed the benefits travel to the eye. when we come right back, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. a bone-chilling forecast. puffy coat forecast, we'll be right back.
front arrives sunday into monday. 28 degrees on monday, 29 on tuesday, windchills in the single digits and teens north and west, allentown, reading pottstown and lancaster, highs around 25 monday and tuesday. 7:56 now time say good morning to "good morning america." here's dan harris with a preview. , good morning, gray and alicia. we're two weeks away from the first vote in iowa. this morning we have reactions to the trump cruz showdown. meanwhile, the democrats preparing to square off in a big debate in south carolina tomorrow night. the dow crashed on friday, what does it mean for your family and retirement savings. chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis is here to break it down.
it's a powerball mystery, two of the three unclaimed jackpot. we did meet the family in tennessee who brought their dog with them, they are heartwarming and hilarious, you'll see them on "good morning america." s.w.a.t teams remain on the scene of a possible barricade situation in west philadelphia, the latest at 9:00. we have a preview of concept cars you can expect to see at the philadelphia auto show. for alicia vitarelli, chris sowers, i'm gray hall, make it a great saturday. we'll see you at 9:00 a.m.
good morning, america. campaign countdown just weeks before the first voting and the gloves are officially off. ted cruz's sorry not sorry apology over that new york values comment. >> i apologize to the millions of new yorkers who have been let down by liberal politicians in that state. >> will this dust-up help or hurt him at the polls? meanwhile, donald trump's pizza stop and getting some surprising support from hillary clinton. we break it all down for you this morning. market meltdown. stocks sink again. a nearly 400-point dow dive. the worst start to a new year ever, so what's behind it and what should you be doing right now? air scare. the nightmare at 34,000 feet. >> i was crying. that's how crazy it was. >> this flight attendant flat on