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businesses, soda workers and consumers are protesting the soda tax. they say the dollars will fund programs like pre-k and that this hurts their wallet and bottom line. >> reporter: why are you guys out here today? >> to beat this soda tax. it will cost me and my family, and a lot of people here it will cost us our jobs. >> it will raise our taxes. >> how is it going to impact your business? >> it's going to raise the prices and people will go outside to go eat. we want to keep the prices low so they come and visit us. >> we have not recovered yet from the cigarette taxes and now another tax coming from the soda tax, sugar tax it's too much. >> each day i go to the store and buy a can of said a i would
run out of so much money. >> reporter: you guys are making noise out here, do you think mayor kenney is listening. >> whether he is listening, we are here to make a point. >> what is the point. no more taxes. time to stop squeezing the middle class. >> all of these drivers from coca cola and canada dry and the unions honking their horns in support of this protest of the soda tax. the public hearing starts tonight at city hall and the state of the soda tax will be decide when city council makes their decision in june. >> quite the scene down there. thank you. as you saw we are once again dealing with the drizzly and gray day. lets head to cecily tynan live at the "action news" big board.
>> reporter: yet again we are stuck in this gloomy weather pattern, we should be used to it it's four days straight now. double scan live radar showing a little bit of drizzle. finally the storms that are lashing out at is the jersey shore are pulling off the coast but they got a lot of rain. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing the rainfall estimates. you can see just to the west of the garden state parkway near surf city, an inch to inch and a half of rain than caused some localized flooding, the national weather service posted a flood advisory until 6:00 for parts of atlantic and ocean county for minor flooding occurring and with the thunderstorms and heavy rain also a lot of lift that is causing this. looks like snow. it's not snow, it's hail. misty mosted this on my facebook page from west lake, new jersey. you see the pea size hail covering her porch and
temperatures stuck in the 50s yet again however i am tracking the return of sunny warmer weather i'll let you know when in the full accuweather forecast. >> thank you. our rainy damp weather continues for now on 6abc.com/weather, it's right there for you. you can rely on stormtracker 6 live double scan radar and follow our team of meteorologists on facebook and twitter and other social media. >> developing right now. ohio governor, john kasich is expected to end his campaign for president in the next hour. clearing the way for donald trump to win the nomination. >> kasich is the only other challenger left in the race after ted cruz stopped his bid last night. they learned that kasich was at the airport ready to fly to an event and decided to drop out. he will give a speech in ohio at 5:00 tonight and we'll bring it to you live. and trump says he is now
planning for the republican convention in cleveland. on the democratic side, bernie sanders may have won in indiana last night but he now needs to win an even higher percentage of the delegates. it shows clinton ahead of trump by 13 points, but he vows to take his fight to the democratic convention here in philadelphia. a philadelphia police officer shot and killed a man in overbrook this morning and now police are in the middle of an internal investigation to figure out what happened and whether the shooting was justified. gray hall is live on overbrook avenue this morning. where all of this played out before sunrise today. >> reporter: well brian, it's safe to say that many in this community are rattled by the shooting and people want answers as to why this happened. >> all i heard was freeze, stop,
pop pop pop and that is when everything froze. >> people living in the overbrook section are on edge after police shot and killed a driver early wednesday morning along lancaster avenue and some are questioning if the shooting was justified. >> we have license plate, we have detections, there is camera everywhere, on the corner, follow him and arrest him. you don't take life. life is precious. >> the woman admits she did not see anything but believes she heard the driver of the van before he was shot. >> i heard the kid yelling, i'm stopping i'm stopping and pow pow pow pow pow. that was it i didn't hear nothing else. >> it started when police got calls about this minivan in the area that seemed suspicious. officers responded and tried to get the van to stop but it didn't. they eventually cornered the van and the driver didn't stop and drove toward them and then one
officer fired several shots killing the driver. >> they got out and he attempted to flea from them trapping one of the officer between the car and other area where he didn't feel like he could escape. and he discharged his weapon. >> commissioner ross says it's too early to see if the shooting was justified and there will be an internal affairs investigation. >> we'll look for other witnesses as well. civilianwities to see what we can find and see if it matches up with what the officers are saying. >> back out live, we can tell you that no one else was hurt. the driver did slam into several parked vehicles, police say at this point he was not armed and they are looking into his background. we are looking for more information in this case. >> all right gray thank you. just hours before that shooting in overbrook, another police involved shooting played
out in southwest philadelphia. 12 district officers were on patrol when they heard gun fire, they tracked down the man carrying the gun on the 1500 block of grays avenue and the confrontation started. >> they approached the male and told him to drop the weapon, the male aimed the weapon at police and fired and missed. and the officer shot two times back and shot the suspect in the leg. >> the man is expected to survive and another man was taken into custody at the scene for questioning, the circumstances of the shooting are still under investigation. the city of philadelphia is honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. [ taps ] >> mayor jim kenney and police commissioner, richard ross were among those paying respect at the living flame memorial service at the park today. it's dedicated to fallen police
officers and firefighters. families of the fallen place flowers on memorial plaques as a tribute to their loved ones. >> if you have not gotten your power ball tickets, i have good news, there is still time. it's worth a whopping $348 million. nobody has won the jackpot since march 2nd. in january three winning ticket holders won the 1$1.6 billion power ball prize. we'll show you the numbers later tonight at 11:00. >> how can we forget. we were all in. >> time for the "action news" traffic report. >> we are all in with matt pellman. he has an update for us. >> we are sitting through the traffic jams together. that makes them more bearable. possibly. sharrie and brian on this wednesday afternoon, a jam on
the schuylkill westbound from there to university. toward 30th street that is where there was a broken down vehicle on the westbound side. it's gone now and both lanes are reopen under 30th street station, you are looking at speeds like 12 miles per hour. christie told us about the protesters by city hall and now they are in dillworth park and they are not blockling the streets around penn square. keep that in mind. across the board speeds are starting to drop as they often do this time of the afternoon. 15 miles per hour on 95 northbound side by the betsy ross bridge. and a crash on bryn mawr avenue. and one by the exton square mall along business 30, lincoln highway near iron lake boulevard. and here in camden county, the southbound side of 295 passing the black horse pike getting slow near the 42 freeway and in berlin a crash near haddon avenue at bait avenue.
lets grab the ipad and do the commuter report on this hump day afternoon. in trenton a major crash along state street close to chambers, you'll want to around that. the largest auto recall in u.s. history just got bigger. plus, brand new details about the death of prince. what the icon was in the process of doing in the days leading up to his death. and the show is a celebration of food but today it was the center of the party, the chew hit a milestone today and alicia vitarelli was there to see it. >> she gets the good tickets all the time. and adam joseph is on another outdoor adventure. and are you hoping to dine under the stars in media right adam? >> speaking of food there is plenty of it here on state
street. everything is returning as normal but they have 20 minuteses to clear all the cars off the street because state street will shut down and the restaurants bring their tables out into the street for people to eat, the first one of the season, i am doing taste testing and the accuweather forecast when "action news" returns.
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one worker died and another was wounded during the attack at night transportation office near houston, texas. police say that the gunman was just fired from the business two weeks ago, he took his own life after the shooting and his name has not been released . takata is recalling 35 million to 45 million airbags because they could explode when they go off. at least 10 people have died from the airbags, investigators say when they go off they could explode and send shrapnel into the people they are suppose to be protecting. this effect s 20% of the vehicls on the road in the united states. we have more information at 6abc.com. now a look at today's closing numbers this afternoon. everything is down and the dow is down 100 points and the nasdaq falling 37.5 and the s&p
500 down 12.25 points on the day. eastern state penitentiary cut the ribbon today on a new ground breaking exhibit. it's called prisons today. it challenges visitors to re-examine their thoughts about the role and effectiveness of prisons in america. the exhibit is three years in the making, the first major museum exhibit to tackle mass incarcerati incarceration. tonight a minimally invasive procedure is showing big promise in getting rid of cellulite. >> reporter: 85 to 95% of women have it and there is no way to get rid of it. >> it bothers me a lot especially in the summertime. >> this could be something that lets women avoid the recur an of cellulite for decades.
>> we found out how it works and what it costs and how long it lasts. the before and after pictures of this new break through procedure. the downtown farm market is wilmington opened today. people checked out what was there in rodney square. food trucks will offer their delicacies and the fresh market is open every wednesday until october 26th. and get this rain or shine they will get there. >> because we had plenty of the former lately. and time for accuweather and another one of adam joseph's outdoor adventures. he is in media for the first dining under the stars of the year. >> this is the ninth year they have done dining under the stars, they do it rain or shine. they are die hard here on street
in media. 20 minutes before the streets shut down and they have 20 restaurants that participate in a quarter mile of state street and on a good night in the summer they serve 7,000 to 8,000 dinners. >> you are one of servers from one of the restaurants. >> yes. >> it's craziness. >> yes but we love it. >> 22 weeks of it. >> yes. >> you ready for tonight? >> yes. >> you have eaten under the stars? >> yes. >> favorites? >> falini's. >> what is your favorite? >> raviolis. looking at stormtracker 6 live double scan live showing the heaviest rain is off the coast and they were hit very hard this afternoon. all along the garden state parkway, small hail and flooding rains in atlantic and ocean counties, but it's moving up towards long island.
temperature-wise it's chilly out here and you need a restaurant with warm chili. and 50 in atlantic city and philadelphia and 51 in trenton. northeast winds, they are not very strong but they cut through you, very damp at 10 miles per hour in philadelphia, trenton and wilmington and 12 miles per hour in millville. as you look at satellite and radar, low pressure south of michigan, that is really going to slowly pivot to the south and off the coast. raleigh to virginia and the northeast, we are socked in the clouds, on and off showers as well as drizzle, that is kind of the forecast for tonight and patchy drizzle from this point it's cloudy here, and there are hundreds of reservations tonight and it should stay relatively dry, 46 to 49 degrees, but future tracker will confirm from 8:00 tomorrow morning, mainly cloudy and not much in the way of rain and that continues into 5:00 a.m. and a few spotty showers
developing near reading as well as lancaster and 9:00 a.m. on friday heavy rain pushing in that is the next chance for some more organizes rain at the end of the week. your four day at 4:00, cloudy and cool and some drizzle tomorrow and we won't have that heavy rain like the coast we had today. 58 degrees, on friday periods of rain, 58 and it stays in the 50s the next two days, it gets better on saturday, limited sun and a lot of clouds and showers at 68 and then early morning clouds or a shower on mothers day gives way to a nice afternoon and the sun returning with a temperature of 70 degrees. you know what you want to do on a day like this? you follow the weather man he knows where to go here. lets go inside you can go in and out as you go around state street, you can dine inside or outside. i found a coffee place, i'm not a coffee drinker but i think
i'll get a hot tea. are you clapping? >> yes. >> who are you clapping for me. >> yes. >> may the fourth be you with? it's star wars day. did you know there were storm troopers coming up and down the street. they are on the air with 5:30 with me hopefully they get here on time. brian, sharrie you wants any hot tea or coffee. >> i'm always up for a cup of coffee. >> am i on tv? >> yes. >> hi everyone. >> taking you behind the scenes for a foodie celebration. >> abc's "the chew" hit a milestone and alicia vitarelli was there for all the festivities, her live report is coming up next.
episode. alicia vitarelli was there for it's first day so we thought it was only fitting to sender back for a look at the big celebration. this is the celebration for the big milestone today. it's incredible we were here in 2011, 5 1/2 years ago for the first episode in the same studio with the same five hosts and now we are celebrating their 1,000th episode. >> for the chew crew, carla, michael, daphne carlo, and mario. it's a party in here. it's all about food and family, the secret recipe they truly love being here and they love each other. judge this is what we with do if we could. we hang out with friends and make dishes, you have dishes and
we are not all the same politically or gas tromcly. >> i think this is how a lot of us grew up. around the kitchen table, joking and kidding and learning lessons and we try to bring it to the show every day. >> we were in the audience for the 1,000th episode. i am sworn to secrecy and i can tell you there are nine celebrity chefs, there are three other guests to look out for. it's a great time and the party continues here in the chew studios and you can watch this 1,000th episode in the chew studio, alicia vitarelli, channel 6 "action news." >> as alicia just mentioned. you can see the chew's 1,000th episode tomorrow at 1:00.
tune in tomorrow for more behind the scenes celebration and what a great group of people. >> still ahead on "action news" at 4:00, police in camden county break up a sophisticated theft ring, we'll explain the elaborate way they pulled off their crime next. and how to give your house a facelift. consumer reports puts paints to the test. and that means taking on debt. in a smart way. like my mortgage - it's working for me. and if he needs a college loan down the road, that'll be worth it too. it's all about having a strategy, that fits your life. so, if you have a question about how to make debt work for you, ask me. sincerely, brandon heaven fellow dad and fellow citizen.
"action news" continues with meteorologist, adam joseph, alicia vitarelli, sharrie williams and brian taff. hello again 4:30 and "action news" continues with new developments in the search for an escaped inmate in south jersey. and new video shows the terrifying moments that two men held up a center city store orderi ordering employees around at gun point. and we bring attention to a sculpture bringing attention to texting and driving. but first police in gloucester township has broken up a sophisticated theft ring, that they are using high tech bags to take off with premium merchandise. walter perez is live outside of the police department with the
details. >> reporter: this investigation is not over yet. gloucester township police are working to determine if the men involved in this ring are part of a larger credit card fraud ring. >> they are not trying to steal to get by or survive. they are trying to make a living out is of stealing. gloucester county police chief is talking about the men that nearly got away with merchandise stolen from high end stores from the gloucester premium outlets it starts when officers on patrol spotted the man trying to make a purchase using credit card and debit cards that were being die kneed. they watched the suspect go to a vehicle where they observed three men coming and going. when they moved in to speak to a suspect one started to panic. >> one of people we didn't know that were watching is trying to hide is the credit cards that were stolen or falsified credit
cards underneath mulch or trying to hide them. that is when police officers swooped in and arrested four men all from the bronx. inside of their vehicle they found high end clothing and jewelry and boxes of sneakers and even the equipment they used to make the phoney credit and debit cards. >> they had a laptop commuter and plastic printser and created gift cards and making numbers and stolen information and we are working on how they got that information. >> department harkins says the arrests are more gratifying because it's the first major bust made the retail investigation bureau. >> we have all kinds of covert and overt operations being conducted with the partnership of our retail vendors and stores. >> those suspects face a string of charges including theft by deception and receiving stolen
property and conspiracy. reporting live from gloucester township. there is more on the search for an escaped prisoner in south jersey. there is a shelter in place at schools in ocean county. arthur buckle was reported missing from hammonton prison yesterday. they found a truck that buckle was believed to have stolen. that truck was towed from a cvs in barnegat. this escape could send him back to prison for an extra three to five years. newcastle county police are investigating a crash involving a patrol car. the officer's vehicle collided with another car at the intersection of sixth and orange street in wilmington. one person was injured but at this time we don't know who was hurt or the extent of their injuries. >> police are looking for the
man that robbed a center citibank in broad daylight today. this is the picture of the man wanted for the crime. they say he passed a note to the teller demanding money, it happened at noon today. anyone with information about the crime or the man you see here is asked to call the fbi or philadelphia police. meanwhile, the search is also on for two men that robbed an olney family dollar store at gun point. this is new video showing the mask masked intruders telling the employees to open the safe and registers. they tried but could not get the safe open. the suspects ran with money from the registers. and now delaware county is celebrating 100 years of protecting and serving the community. the haverford police force posed for their picture today in fronts of the police station, they are celebrating the department's hundred years in
existence. they marked the milestone with a big barbecue in the parking lot. >> love a good barbecue, rain or shine. lets check in again with adam joseph who is on another outdoor adventure. >> it's not stopping anyone from getting outside. adam is live in media delaware. where state street is being shut down for the dining under the stars. >> that it is, i'm kind of living on the edge, in the middle of state street, where the trolley typically passes, i'm drinking a non-caffeine tea. i'm trying to stay warm. the waiters and waitresses are starting to set up the tables and people coming by with their kids in toe, and waving to the camera. i like this. everyone is getting ready for the first dining under the stars of the season and it's the ninth year and they can bring the
tables out at 9:00 and they can eat in the middle of state street. a lot of clouds be it's dining under the clouds here tonight. but the heavy rain that started at noon along the coast has pushed to the north and east and a few left over showers in parts of northern long beach island as well as ocean county, and temperatures are really cool and boston 47 and new york city 51 degrees and philadelphia 53 and we can expect these very chilly temperatures to continue through the rest of weekend and we are tracking another round of heavy rain and we'll talk about the timing of that and not only are we drinking some tea i need to taste the food before we start to serve the people. they serve thousands of people, it's 22 weeks during the summer that they do this. and there are a few folks dressed up to the nine's and i'll explain why they are dress that way and maybe they can help
me taste the food. coming up. i love standing in the middle of the street, i feel like a rebel. good news for a south jersey family who was searching for their missing dog. bella the yorkie has been found. she was turned into a local church. it turns out the dog was not stolen and a good samaritan rescued the dog from the black horse pike. septa passengers are getting an extra reminder to stay alert. today has been designated as safety awareness day, septa employees are visiting bus loops and transportation centers and train stations throughout the region to spread the word. this year's campaign has a special focus on reducing dangerous interactions with buses and bicyclists. hundreds of students stepped outside of the school room to get their hands dirty, they
planted gardens at cole university in norristown. this with peco and the john james audubon center. still ahead on "action news," president obama lands in flint, michigan to talk about the city's water crisis and about of control wild fire forces tens of thousands of people from their homes, leaving an entire city empty tonight. plus, students say a poster intended to teach them how to dress is teaching a different lesson instead. we'll explain the controversy in big talkers next. and we'll check in with adam joseph still standing in the middle the street. [ soft music ]
there today. this after the led contamination conflict there. >> my job here is not to sort through the in's and out's of how we got to where we are but to focus on what we need to do moving forward for the children of flint. >> president obama typically avoided publicity students but wants residents to know that the water is safe to drink and to use filters that are being provided for free. a wild fire caused 38 thousand people to evacuate their home in alberta, canada. destroying homes and businesses, all efforts to put the fire out have failed. firefighters are facing unseasonably hot temperatures and dry conditions that are fueling the flames. an estimated 1600 structures have burned but the good news no
injuries have been reported so far. all right sharrie, over to the big board, we begin with the poster that was intended to enforce the school's dress code. instead it forced students to dress down. here is why. here is the poster inside of the library at desert ridge high in arizona. it tells girls not to dress quote, cute, because boys who are portrayed as wolves become distracted and flunk out and are dependant on women later in life. >> we have girls with self image problems and guys that are thought of only as animals. >> students say that teachers refused to take the sign down but the school has since removed it and administrators don't know who put it up but this does not quote, reflect the values or views of that school. all right, a smart
10-year-old is getting a big payout from instagram for finding a security flaw in the app. the boy from helsinki may be young but do not underestimate his hacking ability. the flaw he found allowed him to delete comments from other people and he could have deleted comments from justin bieber if he wanted. he is getting $10,000 from the bug hacker program, the boy is the youngest hacker to date. and he says he plans to use the money to buy a bike and a brand new soccer ball. think he can get quite a bit more. finally this piece of mangled metal is used to send an important message. it's sprint's sculpture of the last emoji draw ago tension to texting and driving. this is a behind the scenes
video of how artists went to the junk yard to get the pieces they need and together they form a winking smiley face complete with a red seat as a tongue. it's in downtown miami warning people about the dangers of texting and driving and take pictures of it and use the #~ drive safe and spread the word. >> a powerful image. >> lets get another check of the roads tonight. matt pellman is standing by with a check of the roads tonight. >> our sad or angry emojis may explain how we feel along 295, you see it on rancocas road overtop. those are the southbound lanes of 295 and you see the heavy traffic near camden county, because southbound at mount holly willingboro, there is an overturned vehicle get giving us speeds of 12 miles per hour.
if you want to stay on the southbound new jersey turnpike that would be a better bet but farther south, there is a crash on the turnpike just past exit 4, the good news with that one is it's off to the side. speeds there registering at 65 miles per hour. outside live this is the roosevelt boulevard, east falls a typical backup on the schuylkill and southbound we have a broken down vehicle heading towards the schuylkill but that is clear. and lincoln drive a crash approaching rittenhouse. and an accidents at chel tan ham, and in centersville, they are helping you around a wreck at township road. we'll check it again coming up in the 5:00 hour. we have breaking news coming out of north carolina. the u.s. justice department says that a state law that limits protections to lgbt people violates federal civil rights,
the state has until monday that it will not comply with or implement the law called house bill two it would have prevented transgender from using public bathrooms that do not match their biological sex and from city's from passing none discrimination laws. and we'll have more on the decision coming up in the next half hour.
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constitution before his politics. all right meteorologist, cecily tynan, is joining us for the accuweather forecast this afternoon. we are looking to end this trend. there is light the the end of the tunnel. >> but how long is the tunnel? >> it's a long time unfortunately. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing us that right now we are in between systems so we had some pretty heavy thunderstorms with hail and some flooding rain along the coast this afternoon. that has now pulled out.
now we have just clouds and drizzle but temperatures yet again are stuck in the 50s. 53 in philadelphia, and normal high for this time of year. upper 60s, nothing like that, allentown 54 and cape may 51 and wilmington 53 degrees, satellite 6 along with action radar showing a complicated weather pattern, one low pressure moving off the coast and another one though that is across the great lakes and that upper level low is moving slowly and that keeps us unsettled into the weekend and patchy drizzle, on the cool side 56 degrees and 49 degrees for center city. a few weeks ago talking about the omega block we had the high pressure over us and nine days straight of dry weather and the systems could not move along quickly, well are you stuck. we have an omega block now and it shifted to the west, instead
of being stuck under high pressure we are stuck under the troth of low pressure. the call from accuweather tomorrow cool and dreary with areas of drizzle but not a lot of organized rain, allentown 58 and cape may 56 and wilmington 58 degrees, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast -- for tomorrow 58 degrees and friday periods of rain and some of that rain could be heavy with a high of 58 and on saturday, lots of clouds with limited sun and a possible of a few showers in the afternoon but not a washout. the high improves to 68 degrees and mothers day and morning clouds and perhaps a few clouds in the morning and sunshine is back in the afternoon with a high of 70 and monday partly sunny and 74 degrees, tuesday warm and 78 and wednesday look at this, up to 79 degrees, so great news tonight for dining under the stars in media, it's not raining and adam did you get
any food? >> reporter: i'm good to taste test some of the food. but take a look. she is jumping the gun, you got wafer cookies, how are they? well, it doesn't stop people from coming out it's rain or shine every single wednesday, and we have fine gentlemen i would say dressed to nine's but -- >> dressed to the 76erses. >> you have an on going performance of 1776. >> come on out and see it. >> and i'm sure you are good at it, you want some food. come here, they are working hard in that theater, and we have a couple of samples, there are 25 restaurants that participate. where are you from? >> from margaret cho.
>> one of the oldest restaurants on state treat. and you brought? >> peking duck. >> and you got some sushi and we have arianna's and fellini's cafe. >> we have a wonderful appetizer, and our homemade gelato. >> that looks great. grab a fork, we are not shy here, when it comes to food and i like to share as well. we bring all of this in here, the peking duck we can open up. what is this particular sushi? >> that is california roll. avocado -- >> california roll never pleasant to eat on live television but we have more coming up in the next half hour. dig in guys. >> nice to share. >> he loves to share except with
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$43 a can from home depot and they sell another recommended paint for less. the baer premium plus ultra is $23 a gallon. >> it's not as good at stains at the baer marquee but still resists stains. >> they recommend lowes valspar and ace hardware store. >> tis the season to do some painting. that will do it for "action news" at 4:00, for adam joseph and cecily tynan i'm brian taff. i hope you'll join me along with sharrie and adam for a full hour of "action news" at 10:00 on phl 17. hi guys coming up next at 5:00, we are awaiting another major announcement on the
"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with jaime apody, meteorologist, cecily tynan, rick williams and monica malpass. it is another bombshell announcement from the campaign industrial less than a day after ted cruz suspected his bid for president. we are waiting to hear from ohio governor, john kasich and is expected to drop out in the matter of minutes. leaving donald trump has the last republican standing. wednesday night and rick is off and brian taff is joining us. the big story is the latest twist on the race for the white house. >> lets go live to columbus, ohio where john kasich is expected to address his supporters. the governor only one a single primary and it was right there in his home state of ohio.
if you want to watch his announcement in full we are streaming it live on 6abc.com and our 6 abc app. >> with warm herb weather on the way trenton police say they are beefing up foot patrols all trying to cut back on violence and crimes. nora muchanic is live. >> reporter: there are several shootings in the last week or so including the murder of a 16-year-old girl by another teenager, police say it's time for everyone to get on board and stop the violence. it's astonishing and unsettling to me and other law abiding citizens that our young people can be so brutal. >> moved by the recent shootings including the homicide of a 16-year-old girl. mayor darius announces an early activation of the summer initiative. stepped up police controls in