tv Action News at 430 AM ABC March 31, 2016 4:30am-5:01am EDT
4:30 a.m., thursday, march 31. >> here's what we're following for you. police in delaware are investigating a murder mystery, a woman was found dead in her showers. berks county high school leave school to find their cars are gone. the cats are getting ready for the final four, some fans are going above and beyond as they cheer on their team in texas. will march end as a lion r
a lamb? we have david and matt here who are two lions. >> reporter: we'll start out with satellite, we'll start out with sun. the clouds will build in from the west is the day goes on. 51 degrees is the current temperature, 48 degrees in trenton. 50 in trenton. 49 in wilmington, 51 in dover and cape may. not a lot of wind out of the bus stop this morning, but we will have mainly clear skies and not as cold conditions. 53 degrees by 6:00. 55 degrees by 8:00 a.m. from there we climb today. clouds increase. the winds increase. it's going fob a blustery day. during the afternoon 70 degrees most of the time, 1:00 p.m., 70 degrees, high of 74 degrees
by # -- 3:30 p.m. or 4:00. the pollen count is up, i'll have the details on the rain and the gussy thunderstorms with future tracker 6 coming up. >> reporter: the temperatures, yikes. good morning, everybody, nothing catastrophic just a whole a bunch of construction we're waiting to clear out. boulevard extension southbound side near fox street it's partially blocking the right lane. looks like the crews are pulling away southbound ahead away from broad street there are no delays, as we watch the final construction crews clearing out on the southbound side of the boulevard. they just cleared from i-95 northbound side from the betsy
ross bridge, recall lanes reopen there. working on the passyunk satisfy draw bridge until 5:00 a.m. there was a water main break yesterday in west philadelphia along walnut street that will close between 49th and 50th for repairs starting at 6:00 a.m. on the northeast extension northbound past the lehigh valley there's a crash taking out the right lane and overnight construction on 422, westbound side just cleared out. everything is open and ready for you. who beat and strangle a woman in delaware k the 36-year-old was found in the shower of her apartment. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> reporter: upper dublin police say friends were concerned when she didn't show up for work. they came over to the apartment
complex and when they got inside they made the disturbing discovery. the 36-year-old woman was discovered dead in the hour with the water running before 5:00 p.m. friends concerned she missed work came looking for her. a manager let them in. police say the investigation is preliminary. once inside we discovered the body of a 36-year-old black female laying naked in the tub with the shower running on top of her. the apartment is in disarray. there was some type of struggle. she is obviously dead we're waiting currently for a search warrant so we can continue our search. right now preliminary looks like she was probably strangled and beaten. >> reporter: police say there were no signs of forced entry. they are looking into to see if
she may have known her killer. friends tell police they spoke with the victim the night before. they say she does live alone. reporting live in sea cane. homicide detectives are on the face after a man was shot in wilmington and died. police were alerted to the gunfire by shots spotter acoustic following that alerts police that shots are being fired. a person is recovering after building hit by a car in nicetown. the girl is in stable condition and they are investigating whether charges are warranted. we have new details this morning on a shooting inside a atlantic city casino.
police arrested a 7th person. it happened at the taj mahal a week ago. 20 people were packed into the hotel room on the 47th floor. three juveniles were shot. they are expected to be okay. all the suspects are between 15 and 20 years old. the villanova wildcats have arrived in houston. military members formed a line of american flags for the final four team. it was the bus ride to the city where fans were gathered to greet them. students alumnae and fans packed the campus to send the team off yesterday afternoon. hundreds of students will be making their way down south to houston. ncaa gave 700 student tickets to the university. i took a nice loan out from my mom, but i'll get it done. go cats!
the wildcats take on the oklahoma sooners if they win they will advance to the ncaa championship. the last time they won a title was 31 years ago. "action news" wants to see how you're cheering on nova nation, send us your pictures to 6abc nova nation. look for our live reports from texas beginning today. you 4:37 a.m. we'll introe you to a new jersey teacher who is working to free child slaves in africa. we have a video of a tornado that swept through oklahoma leaving a trail of destruction. we're dressing the kids in the light jackets, how about shorts and ts, we have rain on
presidential candidate john kasich will hold and event in the union league looking forward to the pennsylvania primary in late april. donald trump is in the middle of a heated controversy he said women who get an abortion should get punished and then reversed course. >> reporter: during an msnbc forum, trump was asked to define what it would mean to band abortion. >> reporter: do you believe punishment for abortion as a principle. there has to be some form of punishment.
>> reporter: ten years what? i don't know. >> reporter: ask if there would be punishment for the man involved, he said no. later he said if the abortion is band the doctor or person performing this illegal act would be held legally responsible not the woman. trump's gop rivals oppose abortion rights but reject the idea of punishing people who have abortion. the latest demonstration of how little he thought of any of the issues in the country. >> reporter: democrats, bernie sanders said the comments were shameful and behind comprehension. any stupid or absurd remark made by trump becomes the story of the week. to think this is an issue
that is not deserving of reaction demonstrates how serious this is. >> reporter: the question will the controversy hurt trump? a new poll shows ted cruz leading the republican field there. new video shows one of the tornados that touched down in northeastern oklahoma. take a look. one home was destroyed another building sustained heavy damage. police and fire officials have been going door to door in the area to make sure everyone is accounted for. watching the intense rain showers moving across the country. >> reporter: and gusty thunderstorms are probably around here they could pop up during the day. storm tracker 6 live double scan is clear, we won't see the rain
until later tonight. looking outside, sky6 live hd looking at center city. we're getting rid of the month of march, it is the windyiest monday. temperature, 51 degrees. the winds are 8 miles per hour in philadelphia. as we look at temperatures across the region. not as chilly and uncomfortable as yesterday. 51 in reading, 49 in wilmington, 54 in millville. 51 in cape may, new jersey. satellite shows you clouds overnight have temporarily broken apart, we'll see early sunshine and clouds gathering as the day goes on. they will get thicker and thicker we move through the morning and afternoon in particular. temperatures will be nice and warm later on. 55 degrees by 8:00.
62 by 10:00 a.m. 67 by noon. there you see the clouds increasing. 3:00 p.m. we're up to 73 degrees and we expect a high of 74 around 3:30 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. nice and warm be but windy with the gathering clouds. high temperatures looking good, 70 in allentown. 71 in reading. 72 in trenton. 73 in wilmington. 69 in millville and cooler down by the cool ocean water, 60 in cape may this afternoon. later tonight, after dinnertime clouds are thicker and we are on the look out for showers tonight. this doesn't look real bad. between dinnertime until 11:00, a couple of sprinkles and showers around. it's overnight tonight into tomorrow morning we'll see rain shower fill in. there could be a rumble of thunder. 5:00 a.m., noon, thundershowers and thunderstorms popping through. in the evening hours there's a chance of lingering showers and
thunderstorms. obviously it isn't raining all the time tomorrow, it's going to be warm between the rain drops, but keep your eyes and ears out for the gusty thunderstorms. it will be warm, 77 degrees and the winds will be a factor most of us getting a quarter to a half inch of rain. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, sun to clouds, warmer with the high of 74. tomorrow, we're going up to 77 degrees, we'll have showers popping through and perhaps gusty thunderstorms. changes for the weekend, breezy and cooler on saturday, rain possible in the morning. afternoon high of 62. gust winds build in on sunday, it will be a much chillier day high of 49 degrees. monday, afternoon rain, 58 degrees and we will be watching monday night into tuesday because it's going to get fairly cold at night and there's the possibility of rain mixing with wet snow in some
areas, especially north and west, monday into tuesday is the time to watch. wednesday, 53. when we are not on the air you can get 6abc.com/weather or storm tracker 6 live 6 app on your smart phone. tomorrow could be a little bit of rock and roll every now and then. authorities in paris say they have foiled an immanent terrorist attack. they arrested and charged this man. police say they seized an arsenal of 5ak-47 handle -- handguns. he had known ties to the paris attackers and convicted last year in absentia. military is giving a new medal for antiisis operation.
it been created to recognize the dangers that service members face fighting the militant group. the lohse of congress will stop referring to undocumented immigrantses illegal aliens. they will used the phrases as unauthorized immigrants or noncitizens instead. a high school teacher in new jersey is going above and beyond to help slaves in africa. he and a group of students have created breaking the slaves through education. the project has helped to free 70 enslaved children returning them to parents or foster parents. when he is not working here at school he is spending all his time working with the kids making sure sure they are getting an education and getting out of slavery and that's just
march, 2016. let's make it a great day we are off to a good start, overnight construction northbound lanes of the i-95 near the betsy ross bridge has cleared out. they are in the process of wrapping up along north broad at city hall and the passyunk avenue draw bridge all zones clear at 9:00 about nine minutes away. in west philadelphia there was a water main break yesterday afternoon. we expect walnut street to be blocked today. starting at 6:00 a.m. between 49th and 50th streets.
market or baltimore avenue would be the alternates. on the northeast there's a crash five miles north of the lehigh valley interchange taking out the right lane. chester county, overnight construction on the 30 bypass, eastbound by 82. in coatsville one lane blocked for another ten minutes. a couple of zones in delaware they should be clearing 95, 41 coming up at 9:00 a.m. the mosquitoes carrying the zika virus sikh are closer to us than thought. they have expanded the range in new jersey and delaware and southeastern pennsylvania. the mosquito's presence doesn't mean it will cause disease in these areas. you can get your hands on apple's newest products today they will go on sale in retail
stores those who preordered them will receive them in the mail today. tesla's newest car will run $35,000. some people are waiting in line to reserve the car even though they have not seen it yet. major stock indices less than half a percentage point yesterday. futures point to a lower open. angriest whopper is available at burger king. it has a bun and hot sauce and jalapenos and spicy sauce. it's a who whopper in calorie content. 800 calories. you owe me a cheese burger, but not that one. the hottest show on
clark struggled with one of the officers and tried to grab his gun. there was no evidence that he was shot while handcuffed. a federal investigation is pending whether officers violated clark's civil rights. dozens of teens left boyertown senior high school yesterday to find their cars were towed from a nearby shopping center parking lot. the sign said the spaces were reserved for customers and gave students ample warning back in january they would say it everyday during daily announcement also that this was coming. they posted information in the weekly parent news letter. lesson in listening to adults. 4:57. coming up on "action news" police officers out west take on a new role when they find two small abandoned children. airport workers will be walking the picket line we'll tell you why when "action news" comes right back.
good morning, everyone, it is 5:00 a.m., thursday, last day in the month of march. here's what's happening. murder mystery, police are on the hunt for the killer who brutally beat and strangled a woman in her apartment we have the latest details. airport workers in philadelphia and across the country will hit the picket line in just a few hours. nova nation will get a warm welcome from fans in