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good morning, 6:00 a.m., friday, march 25 i'm tamala edwards along with erin o'hern. matt o'donnell is off we're working on several new and developing stories. someone sprayed a barrage of bullets overnight hitting an innocent 16-year-old girl. we're live with the details. in south jersey, a police officer is recovering from wounds he received in a dog attack that left another man fighting for his life. a rainy start to this good friday, the sun will peek on it later today, accuweather is tracking the latest. speaking of which, let's go over to david murphy he is outside checking temperature right now karen rogers is looking at traffic. ,. >> reporter: good morning, everybody it feels great with mild temperatures. drizzle on the terrace right now. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you there are scattered showers and sprinkle around. where you see no green there could drizzle from the low-lying cloud cover. generally speaking just a few spotty showers here and there.
there is more arena on the way, though -- there is more rain on the way, though you can see it to the west of us. we'll see the showers pop through by noon. over by the coast it will take longer to get the showers past you. 64 in wilmington. 63 in trenton. 62 in millville. in allentown, 52, 52 in cape may. there are a couple of spots that are a little cooler, but that's not bad. on and off showers through midday or so in southeastern pennsylvania and areas close to the delaware river. 1:00 p.m., 70 and drying, 3:00 p.m. 72. over by the coast, the showers may linger into the afternoon. pollen count is lower thanks to the showers coming through. over the weekend seal he the pollen leaves eewe'll -- we'll see the pollen levels go up. karen what are the roads looking like? >> reporter: the roads are dry, this is the vine express
expressway, eastbound moving fine, no overnight construction all lanes open. falls bridge has reopened. nice and early, it wasn't due to open until april 1. reopened yesterday at 3:00 p.m. take the falls bridge with no problems using that. i-95 near broad street that's southbound traffic heading toward the girard point bridge, a good shot of the roads. like i said they are dry through the region we are watching for the a sprinkle or two. we are mostly in the 50s at this point. don't forget the ncaa game starts at 7:30 you'll see congestion in south philadelphia. live in new jersey, that's 42 northbound if you're about to head to the city coming up from deptford or turnersville no problems just yet, tam. this is developing right now a 16-year-old girl is on the mend after being hit by a stray bullet after standing on a porch in the hunting park section overnight. katherine scott is live in hunting park in east
detective'ses where the shooting is under investigation. good morning, katherine. >> reporter: good morning, tam, the police do not have a description of the shooter or shooters. they are hoping footage from nearby surveillance cameras they can get the description of the suspect or suspects in the case. meanwhile, the 16-year-old girl is in the hospital in stable condition. officers were called out to 7th and luzerne around 11:30 in hunting park after a report of gunfire. police say a 16-year-old girl was standing on the front steps of her home talking to her sister when several shots were fired nearby. she realized she was shot in the thigh height by a stray bullet. she ran into the house where the family members helped her until medics arrived. it appears the 16-year-old female is an innocent victim. it appears she was standing on the front steps of the property talking to her sister when she was struck in her thigh with a
stray bullet. >> reporter: at this point, police are investigating a motive and trying to figure out who was involved. if you have any tips, east detective'ses are -- east detectives are investigate this one. they would like to hear you. a gunman was on the run on south 16th street in point breeze. the victim jumped into a car and police picked him up, he is in stable condition. police gunned down a pitbull after it attack two people. it happened along the 1100 block of tuckahoe road in camden. investigators say the dog bit a man in the face and arm leaving him with severe wounds. the officer suffered wounds to the arm, as well. no word on what sparked the
attack. 6:05. u.s. secretary of state john kerry is in brussels this morning he would join with other world leaders and pay his respects in the tuesday bombing attacks. a large police operation rounded up 6 people in brussels possibly connected to the deadly bombing in the airport and the subway. authorities are searching for a the bomber who has gotten away. they are searching for him and the man seen at the airport with the light colored jacket and dark hat. they have identified that man who is on their most wanted list, they are not publicly naming him. it's frightsenning -- frightening because when a guy walks away from two suicide bombers he gets out and activates the next network. there's chilling new evidence that the brothers may have had nuclear ambitions,
security forces say the brother who were killed in the attack had been spying on a top belgium nuclear scientist, but their goal is unclear. our coverage of the terror attacks goes on at 6abc.com where we are posting updates on the investigation. you can find pictures and videos from the scene along with reaction from the around the world. happening today, a second funeral will be held for a slain police officer who was a delaware county native. hundreds came out to remember jacai colson who was killed by a fellow officer in a case of mistaken identity. it happened during a shootout with a suspect in maryland. he will be laid to rest on monday in marcus hook. i got what i wanted, villanova is in the elite 8. they destroyed the hurricanes,
they opened the game on 8-0 run and never looked back. the cats and the team shot 66% from the field. "action news" caught up with happy fans. to get past the second round was a big deal. >> reporter: did you think they were would he go to make it? no, never. i have villanova winning in all my brackets. >> reporter: nova has a shot at the final four. that's going to be a tough game. every team has their day, they are playing great ball. >> reporter: that's going to be tense and fun, too. storm tracker 6 live double scan we are looking at precipitation, just here and there north of philadelphia and every now and then there's a sprinkle that hits the windshield and around philadelphia you can see some of that, but the wide area is
pretty much dry at this point. as we take a look outside we have cloud cover over center city obviously. a little bit of a sprinkle here or there, looks like later in the morning we'll fill in the area with a bit more of a pronounced scattered shower. 63 degrees currently in philadelphia. as you step outside even if you're looking at a light shower or drizzle. boy it's just refreshing you can't believe how mild it is. 64 in wilmington. 52 in allentown. even that number is not that bad. reading in the low 60s sthing in millville and -- same thing in millville and 52 down in cape may. future tracker 6 shows we'll fill in with a few more showers and steadier cell at times. none of them last all that long. lunchtime we're breaking down to lighter showers and the northern and western suburbs are drying and you might see the skies brightening a little bit. later in the afternoon by 3:00 p.m., sunshine returning
toward the shore. the close you are to the coast the better chance there is of a passing shower in the afternoon. in and around philadelphia the delaware river drying out closer to lunchtime. lehigh valley 69 degrees, clouds and sun, mild, shower this morning. at the shore, 6 # -- 65 degrees, clouds and sun, spotty showers there, as well. ocean temperatures in the 40s. 70 degrees is the high in philadelphia. early showers clouds and sun this afternoon. getting blustery today, too with winds out of the northwest at 30 miles per hour. if you're heading out on the town tonight bring a jacket. mid 450s by7:00 p.m. and 40s overnight. we get into the weekend it looks sunny on saturday, high of 60 degrees, lots of sun, a cooler northeast breeze coming in. on sunday, high pressure delivering a flow off the ocean. we'll get mild high of 65, mix
of clouds and sun on easter. looks like the area of low pressure holds to the south and we don't get any rain around here until monday. noon, 56. pushing toward dinnertime dropping from 65 to 63 degrees by 4:00 p.m. 72 is the high. damp start. 70 tomorrow and 65 and sun and clouds mix on sunday. pretty nice. monday, we have periods of rain and it could be soaking rain. 63 the high there. looks like we're dry tuesday through thursday. a little cooler on tuesday, but getting back up to 70 thursday afternoon. all things considered a nice spring forecast so far. looking pretty good into the ladder part of next week, too. 61:20, bad blood a student claims she was betrayed by a prominent so owe sorority.
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welcome back, taking a live look out across the city, 6:14, 62 degrees, you'll notice it's warmer than usual than we're cruised oh -- used to. it's kind of nice. lighter traffic than we're used to with a lot of the people off. >> reporter: i-95 a little bit of volume buildings as you head toward center city. let's go to the commuter traffic report. because i found someone here, desunny four talking about i-95
southbound a truck -- a large tarp on the roadways. we have a lot of things going on. 5k run, you'll see closures at pattison avenue. five mile run on saturday, at the great organization that help the homeless. they do such a good job with that. mlk drive will be shut down and montgomery drive from 8 to 11:00 a.m. some closures to warn you about. storm tracker 6 live double scan a few showers around. nothing terribly heavy from any point from now until the noontime hour we could see a shower or two. 63 degrees in philadelphia. allentown, 51. we jumped up to 61 in reading. 62 in millville.
67 atlantic city airport. heading into the low 70s today erin. thanks, karen. new on "action news," indiana state police believe they have found the body of a missing toddler. 15-month-old disappeared from her father's home early wednesday morning. after interviewing up to ten individuals police arrested kyle parker in connection with the girl's disappearance. police found the body near the white river an autopsy is scheduled for today. new, southern methodist university student in dallas is suing her national sorority after it showed secret recorded video of her and other members dancing in the underwear. 18 seniors were expelled. one woman filed a lawsuit for $1 million in damage her lawyer said it's a major privacy violation. new on "action news," a
passer by caught a dramatic arrest of a suspected drug dealer in maryland.u see the vir him nar rating. -- narrating it. this started with the suspect was being watched as part of a drug investigation. a passer by caught the dramatic pursuit with the cell phone camera. it has been shared $100,000. new video of a group of store employees trying to stop a robbery in houston. surveillance video shows the store employee getting flung off the back of a pick up truck as it's being stolen. the store owner left the keys inside the running car that's when the thief jumped in and took off. nobody was hurt, police are looking for that crafty crook. 6:17. flyers are making a serious
playoff push highlights next. later a rap sheet rewind. one man's vintage video got him in trouble with the law. >> reporter: 72 degrees is the high. it's going to be warm again, well above the average high of 56. a little cooler tonight. what about the progression of temperatures today. we'll have the day planner forecast coming up next. take a look at the travel destinations at the airport. >> reporter: in tech bytes, netflix comes clean it admitted it limits video speed and quantity to at&t and verizon. the goal is to protect consumers from exceeding data caps. the company said it does not throttle video on t-mobile and sprint because they have more consumer friendly policy. google has been working on their personal assistant hub powered by google now. the defense department
friday. >> reporter: yes it is. >> reporter: let's show you what it looks like on the roads, we're looking good here at route 1 near the pennsylvania turnpike, southbound traffic on your right-hand side, just a few cars out and about heading toward the turnpike. it's damp. we have a couple of new accidents souderton broad street at north school road. franklin township in new jersey not far from 55 on royal avenue.
>> reporter: on the big board we have a sprinkle here or there. looks like there's more stuff moving into berks county and pushing toward allentown. here and there around the immediate region you might see a drizzle drop. but it is cloudy to start out. 62 degrees by 7:00. 9:00 a.m., 63. noon, 68. sun re-emerging by noon. in the western suburbs we might have showers around philadelphia. in the afternoon we dry out around the shore. it will be breezy today, but nice temperature-wise. showers lingering by the coast until late afternoon. looks like we've got a shower that's popped up in boston. we're dry in all other travel destinations, no hints of major delays. going on now a sesame street character is helping children understand the recent zika virus. elmo will appear and prevent
mosquito bites by using long sleeves and pants and using insect repellents, they are airing in south america, but no plans to show them in the u.s. flyers take down the avalanche in colorado. steve mason made 32 saves. the flyers win it 4-2. flyers are tied with the detroit red wings for the final wild card spot in the eastern conference they face the coyotes in arizona tomorrow night. a top baby brand is pulling two products off the shelves. coming up at 6:30, katherine scott is investigating a stray bullet shooting. >> reporter: a 16-year-old girl was struck by a stray bullet in hunting park. we'll have all the details at 6:30.
half a billion dollars. heftner shares the enterprise with a private equity firm. he put the playboy mansion on the mark back in january. talk about throw back thursday, yesterday james myers recorded himself surrendering to north carolina police for failing to return a vhf tape. there's been a warrant out for his arrest since 2002. the video store is no longer open. he faces charge of failure to return rental property. don't remember blockbuster had those little drop-ins. police continue for the search for suspects for the bombers in brussels. police break up an underage
developing now on "action news" a teenager is struck by a stray bullet as she is standing on the stoop. accuweather is tracking sprinkles in the area. fine out if it will clear out for easter weekend. basketball win! villanova moves on as the final four winds through philadelphia. 6:30, march 25. matt o'donnell is off, erin o'hern is joining us. i'm so proud of villanova. let's go over to david murphy to take a look at accuweather and karen rogers to look at traffic. >> reporter: it is not just that they are winning but how they are winning. the games don't look that tough for them. they are showing their talent. we have showers 0 popping
through. a lot of spots where you don't have rain, the surface is wet. up in berks county there's shower activity. there's additional rain down to the south of washington and the band coming in east of pittsburgh. during the morning and afternoon hours we'll be dealing with that. as you step outside, you open the door you can't believe how mild it is. i don't ever anything more than my suit coat on this morning. as we roll through the day, 68 degrees by noon. 3:00 p.m., 72. the april in and around philadelphia should be done fairly quickly in the afternoon hours. if you're closer to the coast it may take the afternoon to get the last of the spotty showers through. today is not a washout. the pollen count is lower because of the showers that are popping through. so lower pollen count today, but getting up there again over the easter holiday weekend. speaking of the weekend i'll have the saturday and sunday forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes. how about the roads. >> reporter: it's good friday a lot of people have off.
we're expecting lighter volume. northbound traffic at creek road. no big delay just yet. 1 minute ride from the ac expressway to the walt whitman bridge. a few people are up and out and heading to work. the roads are damp in spots, as well. we're getting details on the accident gloucester county, new jersey. royal avenue at reid avenue. someone is trapped in the vehicle. up emergency workers coming to the scene. avoid royal avenue. we have an accident at broad street and north school lane in south -- souderton. eastbound traffic on the schuylkill expressway, traffic looking good, doing all right on the schuylkill expressway with no major issues. don't forget the falls bridge has reopened nice and early, it wasn't expected to open until april 1, it anticipated yesterday. things -- opened yesterday, things are looking good. we're following a
developing story, a philadelphia teenager was out enjoying a nice mild even on the front steps when a stray bullet came out of nowhere and hit her. katherine scott is outside east detective's with the latest on the story. >> reporter: the 16-year-old girl is in stable condition, police believe she was an innocent victim struck by a stray bullet outside her home. detectives at the east division continue to investigate. officers were called out after 11:30, the 16-year-old girl was shot in the leg. she had been standing on the front steps of her home talking to her sister when they heard several shots. she realized she was hit in the thigh. investigators were on the scene gathering evidence and trying to determine what exactly happened. at least four separate businesses in the immediate area do have exterior surveillance
cameras. so east detective's is on location processing the scene. and police are hoping there is surveillance footage because they don't have a description of the suspect or suspects at this point. of course, if you have any tips, east detective's want to hear from you. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." thank you. developing this morning, two bucks county teens were taken to the hospital after what police called an underage party. the action cam was on the scene of crest drive in east rock hill township. police were called to the home around 1:30 a.m. for a noise complaint. officers did take some of the tones teens home. they have not told us why the teens needed medical attention, but added it was just a precaution. a fight over a damaged car led to a stabbing in tacony section. during an argument someone threw a potting plant that shattered in the street. another person was stabbed in
the stomach. there's no word on his condition this morning. police have a person in custody. it is 6:35, u.s. secretary of state john kerry is in brussels this morning to pay his respects to the victims of the bombing attack. 6 people were detained in brussels related to the attacks on the airport and the subways there. a manhunt is underway for one of the airport attackers, that man right there who was recorded on surveillance video and additional attacker at the metro station they. "good morning america" is live in brussels their coverage. terror investigation continues at 7:00 a.m. after "action news." a temporary glitch left some drivers getting a ticket from the philadelphia parking authority. the wireless went down yesterday that meant no one could use
credit cards at the kiosk. the ppa will honor a 15 minute grace period if you were ticketed running out for cash. call or e-mail customer service to clear up the violation. the wildcats keep on dancing. four more teams are in philadelphia to punch their tickets to houston. eastern regionals take place tonight into sunday. 17,000 fans have a whole lot of sightseeing to do that's giving the city a welcome economic boost. we have not eaten at reading terminal yet, so probably doing that tomorrow. in case you missed it, villanova beat miami, hand
98-62. road surfaces are damp because of earlier showers that popped through. there will be more on the way. two dimensional view show you the current showers are light and spotty mostly up in berks county and moving toward the lehigh valley. as we step outside, we have cloudy skies this morning, some breaks here and there trying to break through. although the clouds will have a tendency to fill in. future tracker 6 will show you that. dewpoint is starting to climb to 55. winds out of the south at 12 miles per hour. ocean temperature, 47. the big impact you have this morning is how nice it feels. 63 in trenton. 64 in wilmington. 62 in millville. down the shore and up in allentown you're cooler, low 50s in both of those spots. future tracker 6 shows you now
between now and 8:00 a.m., you might see a steadier shower briefly popping through at times. midday we're looking at thing breaking down into lighter, spotty showers. after 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., we think most of the rain will be over south jersey and pushing toward the coast. the closer you are to the coast the more in the afternoon you'll be on the look out for this. it's going to be mild. 62 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 64 by 10:00. 68 by noon. most of the rain wrapping up afternoon from philadelphia up to the north and west. high today of 72 degrees. it's going to be nice and mild again in philadelphia. up in allentown getting up close to 70. on or about in reading, and trenton and millville. cooler down by the ocean water today. low 60s. if you're heading out on the town. 64 degrees by 7:00 p.m. you want to bring a jacket because we'll go into the 50s and low 50s by 11:00 p.m. in case it's a later night for you.
for the weekend, looking good on saturday, 60 degrees, it will be cooler, sunny, a little breezy, winds wrapping around the high to our north. we go to easter sunday we'll raise the temperature up a little bit. 65 in the afternoon, clouds and sun a bit on the milder side. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we'll go for a high today of 72 degrees, a damp start in most areas, but gradual drying through the afternoon. sunny on saturday, 60. 65 on sunday, if you're getting up early for sunrise services look for early morning temperatures around 40 degrees or so. 56 by midday. 63 as we push later in the afternoon toward dinner. monday the rain comes back. periods of rain, some of it soaking. a thunderstorm not out of the question, 63 the high. we're dry tuesday, although it's breezy and cooler on tuesday, 58. sunny and 60 on wednesday. thursday, though, how about that, we go right back up to 70 degrees maybe a friday shower. overall this spring forecast has
not been bad. overall it's been pretty good. nice winter, nice spring. thanks david. >> reporter: you're welcome, erin. still ahead, more news stories you didn't see last night including the high school coach accused of using a piece of sport equipment to assault a player. a police officer dips into his own pocket paying it for a victim in need. >> reporter: 202 allentown road heading to king of prussia mall. we'll take a check of the schuylkill expressway we've got a problem with a downed tree and update on a serious accident in new jersey coming up. the stones are looking to host a historic concert. we'll have more on that next up on "action news."
and we've got breaking news on the brussels terror attacks, two americans are among the dead. we don't know if they are included in the total of 31 or in addition to that. secretary of state john kerry is standing with the prime minister and honoring the victims. we are aware of a brother and sister from new york city as well as a married couple that people have been looking for, as well, there are others, it's not clear identities of the two people who have been declared dead. but as soon as we get more information we'll share it with
you. okay, now, we'll head over to karen rogers with a look at traffic no longer. >> reporter: we're taking a live look at the schuylkill expressway which would normally be busy. that's westbound traffic at conshohocken heading toward center city moving fine at this point. we're seeing lighter volume than normal on good friday. roads are damp in spots, but not problems with that. on the waze app we have a minor accident on state road, i-95 northbound, look for that one coming into us right now. we have a disabled vehicle that's near here on swamp pike at william penn drive that's in limerick. a downed tree is causing a problem in newark, delaware here old cooch's bridge road at baltimore pike. stick to college avenue we have a downed tree there. we have a serious accident not far from 55 at royal avenue reid
avenue, franklin township. it cleared, traffic is open and moving better right now. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing we are basically dry. we have showers around north and west. at any point during the morning hours we'll see a passing shower. 63 degrees, it's mild. a mild afternoon ahead after a morning shower heading up to 72 with at least some sunshine, erin. this is new video just in showing the explosive crash between a freight train and propane truck in northwestern minnesota. authorities evacuated the town of calloway until noontime today. the propane is being vented and burned off. none of the affected cars carried hazardous materials. on the campaign trail donald trump and ted cruz are still at war over their wives. listen. >> reporter: donald leave heidi the hell alone. cruz tore into trump about
an flattering photo of his wife that donald trump posted side by side his wife milania. cruz said trump doesn't like strong woman. megyn kelly weighed in with a tweet seriously. bernie sanders rallied in wisconsin yesterday. he heads to seattle yesterday. sanders is favorite over hillary in washington state hawaii and alaska. clinton is looking ahead to the generally election. she told voters in california the june election will be an exclamation point on the primary season. british rock band, the rolling stones will perform in havana.
it will be performed free of charge. they are the first international band to play the island nation since the cuban revolution. a judge punishes one man through public humiliation. david. >> reporter: all right, guys we are at 72 degrees this afternoon well above the average high of 56. getting cooler tonight. we'll have the day planner forecast next. i'll take you around the region and show you a nice start up temperature that's ahead. somewhere.
the flood gates from california lake orvil have been opened it was encroaching on maximum flood storage space, the flood gates were open yesterday morning and will outflow for 6 days. >> reporter: let's check the roads and show you i-95. a lot of people have off today. we're looking good on i-95. this is girard, southbound traffic on the left showing there are people out and about. look at the drive time. 14 minutes between woodhaven and the vine. normally it would be double that. looking good. we have issues for the weekend. 5k run close along broad street pattison avenue and back on my feet run on saturday, mlk drive is shut down eakens over and montgomery drive from 8 to 11:00 a.m. >> reporter: it's that season where every weekend there's something going on.
a lot of charity runs, good time of year. we have showers north and west of philadelphia. we'll on and off showers through the morning and into the early afternoon in philadelphia. a little bit longer down by the shore. nice numbers stepping outside this morning, though. low 60s in saint davids, pottstown, 60 degrees. 63 in center city. low to mid 60s up and down the state of delaware and upper 50s in vineland and agenda beach. it's going to be a -- gandys beach. it's going to be a good day. 63 degrees by 9:00 a.m. noon, 68. rain tapering off in the afternoon hours. south jersey will be dealing with it longer. 71 degrees by 2:00 p.m. the high today will be 72 around 3:00 p.m. erin. looks good, thanks david. new this morning, a judge in ohio gave a convicted thief a choice for his sentence 30 days in jail a walking ten 8 hour days with a sign quote i'm a
thief. he got caught taking 52-inch tv out of walmart. he pleaded no contest. authorities hope people see the sign and realize there's an embarrassing price to pay for breaking the law. police in katie texas are investigating a high school coach after a pitching machine hurt a student. the coach was angry because kids were standing where they were not supposed to be standing during a practice. the coach turned on the machine and the child was hit in the eye. the victim suffered fractures and bruising and swelling and possible neurological damage. a berk county police officer went the extra mile to help a man whose bike was stolen.etor police officer presd tone smith with a bike. he reported his old bike stolen. officer said he was i understand
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secretary of state john kerry is visiting brussels at this moment to express his condolences to the belgium people. philadelphia police are looking for a gunman who hit a 16-year-old girl with a stray bullet. i meant happened in hunting park late last night. the girl is expected to be okay. it's on to the elite 8 for the wildcats. the cats destroyed the hurricanes, 92-69 last night. villanova plays number one seed kansas tomorrow night for a spot in the final four. >> reporter: exciting, looking outside live, not too exciting, the blue route near baltimore pike, we don't like exciting traffic we're okay with it. we have light volume, 50s on the schuylkill expressway, in the 50s on i-95 not bad, schuylkill expressway eastbound heavy from montgomery to girard. other than that you're good to go. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan showing showers forming out near gettysburg, they will be passing through at
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good morning, america. breaking news in the brussels terror attacks. at least seven suspects swept up in police raids overnight. a massive manhunt for the two suspected members of that terror cell still at large as authorities say they have foiled another deadly attack planned in paris. and this morning, the american victim who survived the brussels airport blast and two other terrorist attacks speaking out on "gma." the war over wives strikes a nerve. >> donald, you're a sniveling coward and leave heidi the hell alone. >> ted cruz hits donald trump after the gop front-runner shares this image. now a former trump employee opens up about what it's really like working for the donald as a woman. breaking right now, a giant explosion caught on camera after a tanker collides with a train. 10,000 gallons of propane on board. a whe