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happening now on "action news," the victim of a a violent attack is found dead in her shower. we're live as police try to track down 0 her killer. tornadoes hit the heartland. that same line of storms is coming our way. the cats are in houston, the villanova basketball team settle in before the saturday showdown. let's head over to david murphy and matt pellman with accuweather and traffic good morning. >> reporter: on the big board we have satellite showing overnight cloud cover giving way to clearing over the last couple of hours. we'll start out with sunshine and the clouds to the west will get thicker as the day goes on. eventually later tonight there's a chance of sprinkles and showers from the system. most of the rain will be during the day tomorrow. 52 degrees is the current
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temperature, remember yesterday we were in the 20s and 30s, so much milder this morning. 45 in allentown. 48 in trenton. 50 in wilmington, 51 in cappy may. mild and not all that windy just yet. on the bus stop this morning not too bad. maybe a light jacket for the kids. mainly clear, not as cool, 50 by 6:00. once the sun gets up over the horizon the winds will start kicking around a little bit more. this afternoon, increasing clouds and gusting wind up to 30 miles per hour. 1:00 p.m., 70. 3:00 p.m., 73. we're going for a high of 74 degrees. you see that that's around 30:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. still close to 70 by 6:00 p.m. a little windy, clouds increasing, but not bad overall. today we have high pollen counts that's a negative in the forecast, but as i suspected with the rain coming in tomorrow we'll lower it back to the medium levels friday and saturday before it jumps up
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again on sunday. matt pellman we're looking at rain tomorrow. it's not going to be all the time, but every now and then a gusty thunderstorm is possible. i'll show you that on future tracker 6. >> reporter: my car has the thin layer of pollen on it, i'm ready for the rain to move in. the traffic is moving fine on the expressway in center city. everything is open and ready for you in each direction. we had work on the boulevard extension southbound approaching fox street in east falls, but as you can see the crews are here no longer everything is reopened on the schuylkill expressway this morning. lincoln drive approaching rittenhouse street we have a broken down vehicle. overnight construction zones by city hall by north broad street at passyunk avenue draw bridge have cleared out, but they will return tonight around 7:00 p.m. crews are coming back to patch a
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water main break from yesterday afternoon along walnut, a short chunk between 49th and 50th will shut down for the entire day today. stick with market or baltimore avenue starting in a half-hour. there's a crash on the northeast extension northbound about 5 miles per hour north of the lehigh valley interchange taking out the right lane, so we're seeing slowing as you head toward the poconos something to be aware of, but no slowing just yet in camden county on the 42 freeway, northbound come the headlights 295 toward the walt whitman bridge so far so good on this thursday morning. concern of co-workers led to delaware county police to the gruesome discovery of a woman in a shower who was beaten and strangled. annie mccormick is live at the scene. >> reporter: matt, that's right, friends and co-workers of the victim noticed she had not been at work and not returning phone
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calls. they came to the apartment complex and when they went inside the apartment they made the gruesome discovery and called police. this is video from yesterday, the police were out here knocking on doors with the crime scene unit. the victim was discovered dead in the hour with the water still running before 5:00 p.m. friends concerned she missed work came looking foreand-- forr and the manager let them in the apartment. police were called. police had of this to say about what they discovered inside. once inside, 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.
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we are waiting currently for a search warrant so we can continue our search. right now preliminary -- preliminarily it looks like she was strangled and beaten. >> reporter: there was no sign of forced entry which leads police to believe she may have known her killer. friends say they spoke to her the night before and she lived alone here. reporting live from seacane annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." a shooter victim from delaware died. the 40-year-old man who was shot died at the hospital about an hour later. there's no arrest or motive for the murder. there's no word on charges in a pedestrian crash that injured a 5-year-old little girl. a driver hit a girl at 17th and ontario in nicetown tioga
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neighborhood last night. the little girl will be fine. the incident is under investigation. 5:36 happening today. republican presidential candidate john kasich will make an appearance in center city philadelphia. he has an event at the union league this evening. gop frontrunner, donald trump has done an about face on his comments over abortion. he said yesterday if it was ever band that woman who get the procedure should face some form of punishment. he said in a statement abortion providers should be held accountable not women. both president appear candidates slammed trump, hillary clinton called them horrific and telling. bernie sanders added it's shameful. they are campaigning in new york state today it holds its primary on april 19. the villanova wildcats have
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arrived in houston. military veterans formed a line of american flags for the final four team. and then it was a bus ride to the city where fans gathered to greet them. students alumnae and fans send the team off yesterday afternoon. hundreds of students will be making the trek down south to houston. ncaa gave 700 student tickets to the university. i'm so excited, go cats! whew. the wildcats take on the oklahoma sooners saturday evening if they win they advance to the ncaa championship. the last time they won the big dance was 31 years ago. our resident villanova alum alicia vitarelli is in houston with jeff skeverski. look for their live reports later this afternoon. send us your pictures on social media, using the #6abc action.
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getting warmer today. >> reporter: warmer today, and windy and nice overall. tomorrow iffier, storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we are dry for the morning commute. that's nice. the camera not bouncing around too much in the area. although it looks like the winds are picking up off the ocean. generally speaking we're looking at a gusty day developing. 52 degrees in philadelphia. milder than yesterday. the wind at 10 miles per hour. it will get windier especially as we get later into the morning after sunrise. milder in philadelphia. even in allentown and trenton the numbers in the 40s compared to yesterday when you dipped below freezing. you can see how cloud cover has temporarily vacated the region. we'll start out with sun and the
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clouds will filter in and get thicker. later tonight sprinkles and showers are possible him and tomorrow a bit more rain which i will show you on future tracker 6. for today, increwsing -- increasing clouds winds picking up up noon, 67. 3:00 p.m., 73. high of 74 around 3:30 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. 70 degrees is the high in allentown. 71 in reading, 72 in trenton, 73 your high in wilmington, as you get closer to the shore it will cool down. in cape may with the cool draw off the water, it will be 60 degrees, so chillier along the oceanfront. as for rain looks like we're dry during the day, this is the 6:00 p.m. view. we might have sunshine with clouds. later in the evening hours, a couple of sprinkles and isolated showers possible. tomorrow morning there's a better chance of these spotty
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showers and maybe a steadier downpour by noon and maybe before then. we not only have showers, but perhaps gusty thunderstorms developing. there's the possibility of a bit more than that later in the afternoon and evening. not rainle all the time tomorrow -- not raining all the time tomorrow. we'll get up to 77 degrees ahead of the cold front, but we'll have showers and, perhaps, a couple of gusty thunderstorms. the seven day from accuweather, 74 increasing showers. showers tomorrow, 77. a couple of shots of cooler air riding in for the weekend. breezy and cooler on saturday, rainy in the morning. 62 degrees. sunday, 49 degrees gusty winds and chillier. 58 on monday, afternoon rain. tuesday, brisk and cooler, there could rain or snow showers around on tuesday. you're looking at me -- i can handle it. almost 5:41, coming up on
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"action news," dude where's my car. the berks county students were left walking after their cars were towed. heavy weather heading our way hit several states. >> reporter: weather is cooperating, 42 traffic is moving fine at creek road. >> reporter: we're in devon where people are lining up to pay a thousand dollars for something they have not seen yet. we're live with more on what they are weighing for coming up. for years, i was a laboratory chemist,
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little windy at philadelphia international airport on this thursday morning, 5:44, 52 degrees on city avenue. getting up to 70 degrees, it's warmer but there could breeziness in the afternoon and clouds. let's go over to matt pellman taking a look at the commute good news? >> reporter: did you almost take us back to wednesday? i never want the week to end. >> reporter: we're not turning around, no u-turn we're almost at friday almost there. good morning to you matt and tam. so far commute doesn't look so
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bad. as you come out of the burbs it's smooth sailing along the pennsylvania turnpike, these the ramps that connect 309 with the turnpike. so far so good not a whole lot of overnight construction on the east/west turnpike. we have a crash on the northeast extension, a crash five miles north of the lehigh valley interchange. if you're heading to poconos you'll find delays. southbound on the extension all the overnight construction is gone, passing lansdale toward plymouth meeting there's nothing in the way at this point. construction crews in chester county have cleared out from their overnight work this is a new project that got started on tuesday. they are reassure facing about a 6-mile stretch of the route 1 oxford bypass. when they reassure face, they mill the road, so you my find a bumpy road.
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mercer county emergency repairs shut down quaker road by province line road until noon. stick with alexander road. waze app, puppy zeus talking about a pothole. if you see a pothole call 1-800-fix-road. puppy zeus you got to like that. severe storms spawned several tornados in oklahoma are making their way east. nine people were hurt including a family of four who is pick up truck was crushed by a tree. one square mile of residential area stained the greatest damage. one home was destroyed. no immediate reports of any person being missing. mosquitoes carrying the zika virus might live closer to us than thought.
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the center for disease control released a map it expanded the range it includes new jersey and delaware and southeastern part of pennsylvania. health officials are stressing that their presence does not mean it will cause disease in the areas. a boy's basketball coach in middle school in michigan is fighting accusations that heed e team. he was placed on unpaid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. berks county teens are learning lessons on abiding by parking signs. dozens of teens found out their cars were towed from a nearby parking lot. the boyertown district said it
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had given the students ample warning back in january during daily announcements and weekly news letters they would be towed. speaking of cars would you be willing to put down $1,000 on a car you've never seen before? that's what electric car enthusiasts are doing today. katherine scott is live outside a tesla car dealership. >> reporter: people started lining up at 9:00. they brought their chairs and books and blankets. they are excited waiting for the stor to open. there's excitement about the model three, the unveiling isn't happening today. this line is for the 1,000-dollar refundable reservation deposit people will put down this morning when the
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store opens. tesla won't start delivering the model three until late next year. one thing that is generating so much excitement it is expected to cost around 35 grand which is half the cost of other two models. they had the s out but the cost is through the roof. i liked the tells will a, but the price was high. this is the mass market car that everybody can afford, so that's right up my alley. >> reporter: now, if you don't want to come to a store and wait online, you can go tonight online and sign up when the unveiling begins at 11:30 p.m. eastern time. live in devon, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you, katherine. 5:49. a lost home sparks a stampede in
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arizona. here's what troops involved in eradicating isis will get for their service.
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dozens of children used their easter egg hunting skills to spot a home run ball in the bushes during the spring training game between the royals and the giants. a giants hit a home run and the tiny fan pulled the you be souvenir from the plant. now take it home. take it down to want sand lot. meanwhile, the gardeners are going no!
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>> reporter: delco, the blue route by villanova, we're excited about what's happening at villanova. are we excited about the traffic by villanova. not really. everything is moving okay. resulten house street there's broken down vehicle at rittenhouse giving us problems there. >> reporter: shorts and ts this afternoon we are expecting the winds to build. it's starting to pop up in the teens in some spots. the numbers will pop up today along with the winds. 65 degrees by 11:00 a.m. 67 by noon. 72 by 2:00 p.m. the high is 74 degrees around 3:30 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. clouds increase today it will be blustery, but it does get mild, tam. thank you, david. you can find the seven-day forecast and live look at storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at our website go to
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6abc.com/weather. and the pentagon has introduced a military honor for troops in the fight against isis it's called the inherent resolve campaign medal the same name as the placing. it's for those who served in iraq, syria and neighboring waters or aerospace on or after june 2014. ♪ sip up a delicious deal at dunkin' for 99 cents.
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inside taj mahal casino. the gunfire happened on march 24. 20 people were in the room and three were shot. two are them are juveniles. all suspects were between the ages of 125 and 20. the victims are expected to recover. a high school teacher in north jersey is going above an beyond to help child slaves in west africa. evan robins is a social studies teacher. he and a group of students created breaking the chain through education. the project has returned the children to parent or foster parents. he built a school and teacher housing in west africa. 5:57 a rescue on the rails. here -- hear from a man who helped save a man from plunging on the tracks. suburban police make a
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gruesome discovery inside a woman's hour, a live update is next. good morning it is
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6:00 a.m., thursday, march # 1 here's what's happening. murder mystery, police are on the hunt for a woman who brutally beat and strangled a woman in her delaware county apartment. airport workers in philadelphia and across the country will hit the picket line in less than an hour. nova nation get a warm welcome from fans in texas, that report is moments away. let's go

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