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yesterday's wild scene in egg harbor township. chad pradelli is live near the scene of the shooting with the latest. >> reporter: late this afternoon new jersey state police said they are looking for the possible third vehicle, a black dodge ram pickup as detectives try to piece together what happened yesterday on the a.c. expressway. it was a gun fight that left this ford expedition littered with bullet holes shattered windows and a blown wheel. four men were injured inside and taken to the regional medical center another man in his nissan was shot and killed in the passenger seat on the garden state parkway. the driver, anthony hicks was uninjured. they believe that two vehicles and a possible third were involved at mile marker 12 yesterday. these are photos of the possible vehicle, seen getting off the
expressway in the pleasantville area. >> it's aimed at cars moving and obviously extremely dangerous. not just the intended targets. five people charged with weapons offenses. state police say they found three handguns and an ak-47 style assault rifle near the expedition that was ended up parked in a wawa parking lot near the entrance to the atlantic city airport. they found cash inside of the vehicle and willy laris saw the heavy police activity as he passed the wawa we take the expressway from time to time and see a shootout between vehicles is just nuts like tv or a movie or something. >> police say that more charges are expected including murder charges. chad pradelli, channel 6 "action news." police say that an out of control driver was critically
injured after a crash here in camden, knowledge, the driver identified as marvin drumgoal was believed to be driving at a high rate of speed and flipped around and smashed into nearby homes and one was demolished. people are packing up and leaving the outer banks because of a tropical storm brewing. tonight tourists and residents are both beginning to husker down. we report now from hatteras island, north carolina. >> ignoring the warning people take to the waves in cape hatteras, no swimming flags fly as tropical depression 8 churns offshore. emergency management officials in hide county say that the department of transportation and
forestry service have staged resources should the system cause flooding or other damage but right now the worst risk is in the water. emergency responders say that a family had to be rescued from a rip current on monday and two kids on boogie boards were caught in the current, and a parent trying to save them were pulled in as well. nobody needed medical treatment but it goes to show that even experienced swimmers need to use extreme caution. emergency officials say that even though wind speed potential has decreased they are still watching it and tropical depression 9 very closely. channel 6 "action news." all right, well with peak hurricane season getting underway, accuweather is keeping a close eye on our area as well. adam joseph is at the big board with more on that. >> we are tracking both of those
systems, td number 8 and td number 9. number 8, 35 miles per hour off the coast of cape hatteras, north carolina and number 9, with winds of 39 miles per hour. expect it to become a tropical storm hermine over the next 12 hours possibly and that will curve to the north where there are hurricane watches and tropical storm watches in parts of the gulf coast of florida. tropical depression number 8 this one is tracking wednesday into thursday, as it possibly becomes a tropical storm well off our coastline heading out to sea as a fish storm. it doesn't hit land but creates high surf along the u.s. east coast and tropical depression number 9 expected to become a strong tropical storm as it
crosses florida and then emerges into the atlantic ocean near myrtle beach, and into our coastline for the upcoming weekend that will also churn up the water. the rip current warning remains this week and weekend for the jersey coastline and the delaware beaches and we are tracking what could be a heat wave. technically we are at 89 so far today and 90 in washington and we'll track the numbers and a big drop in the temperatures coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> sounds good thank you. pennsylvania has a new attorney general, today the state senate confirmed bruce beamer as the state's top lawyer, he will run the office until a successor takes over next year. he was the former aide to attorney general, kathleen kane, she was convicted on charges of perjury and obstruction. >> new at 5:00 now, one montgomery school district was ordered to revoke the latest tax
increase. officials are accused of overtaxing residents and accumulating surplus in the tens of millions of dollars. jeanette reyes is live now with the details tonight. >> reporter: well rick and monica, lower merion schools are of lauded for being the best in the state but today they are in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. after the court ruled about a deficit when it in fact had a $40 million surplus. >> we researched good schools in the region and lower merion came up time and time again as one of the best schools in the state and the taxes were reasonable. and we moved here. >> and lower merion resident got suspicious after the latest tax hike he considered to be unreasonably high. >> every time they told the citizens they needed a tax increase it was a lie and i uncovered that and i presented
that evidence to the court. >> he says it took a lawsuit to uncover repeated lives from the upper merion school district about its budget for the last seven years, 5% for 2016 and 2017, the latest in a series since 2008. >> i noticed over the years the tax increases for school taxes were incredibly large and i started to inquire about it and i realized the school district was undering their revenue. >> this week they were ordered to revoke the tax increase when they found the district overestimated the budget and lied about a deficit when in fact they had a multimillion surplus. >> this is unedgecal and i wonder if it's criminal. >> the district said in part, if
the court decision stands, the financial health and the districts across the state are in jeopardy. >> in lower merion the broth and exceeded significant and unexpected. >> the school district adds that this multimillion-dollar surplus because it knows how to manage its finances responsibly. they plan on appealing the decision immediately. for a lot more on what they said about this, visit our website at 6abc.com. reporting live, jeanette reyes, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. time now for a check of the "action news" traffic report tuesday night. autumn marisa is in for matt pellman, and in the traffic center with the latest. >> reporter: we had an accident on 95 southbound through cotman through the construction zone taking out the left hand lane and they stopped all three lanes for a moment and put the accident off to the shoulder, you can see now that the traffic
is moving quickly it should clear out easily. the northbound delay is the bigger delay but still own 25 minutes from the vine to woodhaven. one of our bigger delays is actually on the vine street expressway eastbound we have a disabled vehicle at 16th street and you tap the brakes there on the schuylkill expressway, two incidents, 42 southbound with the black horse pike and a water main break on 130 at browning road, broadway is an alternate. >> thank you. still to come taking the stress out of going to college, ali gorman sitting down with a local expert to teach their kids success. what olympic swimmer ryan lochte is saying about his run-in at a brazilian gas station.
an incredible moment of heroism and the camera picked it up to record it. and they saw the woman's car hit a tree and fortunately she is recovering tonight. for the first time we hear the pleas for help made on the night of the shooting at the pulse nightclub in orlando. >> the shot hit the door of the place where i am working in. >> a shot hit your door? >> my brother is in there and he called us he was in the bathroom and there are a lot of dead people -- i don't know. >> omar mateen killed 50 people and injured others. it's the deadliest mass shoot in the u.s. turning to health check tonight. the c pap machine is the standard for some of the 25 million people with sleep apnea, but there is evidence that it may not help some as much as first thought. ali gorman is at the big board
to explain the new research. >> reporter: c pap devices are still beneficial but they thought it helped people with heart attacks with all people with sleep apnea but that is not the case for people with heart disease, it helps to keep your airways open and in this worldwide study patients that have heart disease had the same rate of future heart attacks with or without a c pap. but they still got important benefits, that includes less snoring and less daytime sleepiness and better moods. >> also today many students have already left for college and it's an exciting time but it can also be extremelitressful for young adults. we talked to experts about how parents can help. >> with carts of boxes filled with belongings in students have
moved into college. angela says that many have concerns. >> will they fit in and will they like their roommate or will they like the classes or like the schedule they have? >> that is on top of academic anxiety and striking a balance between having fun and studying. >> it's a time of adjustment and most people get through it fine. two to three weeks most students feel more comfortable but parents should look for signs their child could be struggling if they are not checking in as planned. >> if they seem down or withdrawn, trouble concentrating and changes in sleep or eating and seeming to be overwithed. students that dealt with anxiety or depression in the past are at greater risk. >> if you suspect a problem talk about it. and everyone students and parents should have resources ready. >> mental health counselors and support groups on campus and
suicide hot lines and other hot lines, have the numbers readily available and know them before something occurs. >> it's better to get help early if needed through a counselor or talking about parents or a sibling. using face time is also a way to ease the transition and also to look for problems. >> all right ali thank you. there was a sea of brand new backpacks ready for students in camden today. the cooper foundation and mayor dana redd were at kip cooper nor cross academy to distribute more than 900 backpacks collected during a summer drive. atlantic city welcomed the 52 women competing for the miss america crown today. the action cam was at the annual contestant arrival ceremony on the atlantic city boardwalk. all 50 states are represented this year including two local
it was a scircus atmosphere outside of the university of pennsylvania. it's the first training in circus performance. right now you have to leave the country to train for the circus. olympic swimmer, ryan lochte says he wants to move on with his life after the incident at a gas station in brazil. >> the media has taken this to a whole new level, i want to put it behind me and move on and move forward. lochte gave the first live interview, on good morning america, admitted to lying about the incidents and claims he did not vandalize the bathroom at the gas station as accused by brazilian police and he and his legal team are cooperating with
brazilian police. >> one way to move forward is hitting the ballroom on dancing with the star. the cast was unveiled and joining gymnast laurie hernandez and amber rose and mary lou henner and jake t. austin and former detroit lions, calvin johnson and kenny baby faces mondays and vanilla ice. what is here on 6 abc on september 12th. >> til to come on "action news" at 5:00, a check of the accuweather forecast for you. sky 6 hd over atlantic city. right now.
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to get back for a check of accuweather at the "action news" big board. adam joseph is here with a check of the accuweather forecast. nice day to go to the shore. >> beautiful out there the sun is shining and the water temperatures are warm and seems inviting to head into the water but the rip current side is on the high side to moderate side.
sky 6 hd in cape may showing a nice boat going by it looks like a speed boat. it's a time when a lot of lifeguards left their post. a time you don't want to venture in the water because folks put themselves in danger with the rip currents and swells. from hurricane gaston and tropical depression number 8. there were thunderstorms that popped in north burlington county and cape may county and they were isolated. almost on the verge a hot day. philadelphia 89 and 85 allentown and 88 in wilmington. notice the sea breeze going into effect at the shore so wind with the water swells is creating rough surf. temperatures there in the lower 80s. as we look at the month, we are almost closing out the month of august and every day you see in the red is an afternoon with above normal temperatures which has basically taken over this
month. we run 4.3 degrees above normal. we look at the past top august since 1874 when records were kept, the number one for this year was 1980 at 3.3, we surpassed that by one degree smashing the old record and the old number one to three does not vary, but this is abnormally hot and humid. satellite and radar there are changes heading into september with the cold front to the north and west and break ago way tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow evening, it's clear tonight and warm and more humid, 60s in the suburbs and heat indexes for the last day of august pretty much the same as the rest of the month. 91 in philadelphia and 90 in trenton and a little better along the immediate shore with heat indexes in the 70s and 80s.
we are talking about tropical depression 8 and 9 in the gulf of mexico. here is the island of hawaii bracing for two powerful hurricanes. hurricane madeleine 115 miles per hour winds and hurricane lester stronger than that. both split the islands of hawaii, madeleine on wednesday and lester over the weekend. there are hurricane warnings as madeleine goes by they are biting their nails as they split the islands, bringing them terrible surf and a lot of clouds and stormy weather. as we look at the five-day at 5:00, locally at hom, hot and humid and 91 tomorrow. showers with the front on thursday for the first day of september at 82. but behind that beautiful friday, saturday and sunday low humidity and low 80s saturday into sunday and clouds near the coast with tropical depression
number 9. >> all right adam thank you. quick break and more news when we come right back. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. michael hayden: if he governs consistent with some of the things he said as a candidate, i would be very frightened. gillian turner: he's been talking about the option of using
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hello again here is what is happening on "action news" tonight. voters in florida and arizona decide the political futures of marco rubio, debbie wasserman shultz and john mccain. will hillary clinton and donald trump play into the vote? the minimum wage will not go up to $15 in new jersey, why governor christie shot it down. and no varsity football at one montgomery county high school. why the coaches were forced to shelf the program. >> we'll see what impact if any donald trump and hillary clinton are having on congressional races. marco rubio is running for re-election in florida. and former democratic national chairwoman, debbie wasserman shultz is fighting to keep her
seat. and in arizona, six time senator, john mccain is trying for a seventh term. they are also worried about possible election hacking as well. >> that is absolutely right rick, there are increasing concerns about the concern of foreign actors trying to exert undue influence on the u.s. elections. while the fbi is fighting back that problem the candidates are fighting one another. tim kaine has words for donald trump. >> until he releases his tax returns, there is not one reason for one voter in this country to trust donald trump. >> kaine hit trump on his taxes and debts owed to the banks and foreign governments. >> it would be honest as president to rein people in when you owe them big time. >> and voters in florida and
arizona are going to the polls in two test cases. >> we are confident about the outcome today and we'll look forward to moving for the election in november. >> trump bee grungingly endorsed john mccain. and he delivered a major speech on immigration and marco rubio is facing off against a republican real estate developers called little trump. and debbie wasserman shultz is running. and the head of the fbi is working to protect the electoral system against hackers. >> we take very seriously any effort by any efforts, including nation states to influence the conduct of affairs in our country whether that an election or something else. >> and speaking of the fbi, they are going to be returning to the
public some additional documents related to the investigation into hillary clinton and her private email server. monica expect 30 additional emails coming soon. reporting live from washington, lana zach, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. maine governor paul lapage is considering resigning, this following a voice mail he left for senator. he berated him with expletives and threats. he is now looking at all options to rectify the situation. authorities in southern california are carrying out a search warrant at the home of singer chris brown after a woman called from the home asking for help. why the woman needed help but the officers responded to the home early this morning and are still there at this hour. brown has had brushes with the
law in the past posted videos declaring his innocence, and told police even when they get the warrant to search his house they will find nothing. no one has been arrested. world news tonight with david muir will have more and across the nation as well as the latest from the campaign trail. watch that following "action news" at 6:00. back here a man was murdered in a storage warehouse in west philadelphia overnight. and his killer is still on the loose. this is the scene at the intersection of 56th, the man was shot six times at close range and it was not a random killing. he was rushed to the hospital for treatment but the man did not survive. detectives are hope that surveillance video leads them to a suspect. a man's body was found floating in the schuylkill river, and chopper 6 hd was overhead as the marine unit searched area near schuylkill avenue at grays ferry. the man is in his late 30s with
no injuries to his body. a police pursuit through delaware and a foot chase, that suspect is facing a long list of charges. 19-year-old allen hough was driving recklessly through the city, they crashed into two parked car and hough got out and started run and they call the up with him in a few block as way in a home. is he charged with stolen property and resisting arrest and aggressive driving. a driver was not seriously hurt when he hit a detached garage, this on the 26 hundred block of nottingham way. police are not sure what led to the crash but it hit two support beams and that caused part of the ceiling to come down. new jersey governor, chris christie has shot down an attempt to raise the minimum
wage. the proposal was to rage the wage to $10.10 an hour in the next year and up to at least $15 over the next five years, christie says making a wage increase mandatory would burden small businesses. >> i think it's disgraceful. people have to earn a living. >> i disagree with the government's setting minimum wage standards, it seems something best to be performed by the private industry and let the market do the decision, you'll put the minimum wage, it will pull the people out of business when they can't afford the employees. >> they say it's the job of business owners and democratic leaders will pursue a constitutional amendment to raise the minimum wage. a beloved fall sport will not be hitting the field at one montgomery high school this year. walter perez is live with more
on that. >> reporter: hey monica, the springfield township high school team end their season 0-1 and that is a bitter pill to swallow. it begins and ends with the players safety. >> apart from his parents, nothing taught him more about life than football. >> how to handle winning and losing and really working hard and i think football is more than just a game and it helped you prepare for what the real world is. that is why he can't believe his final game at springfield high in montgomery county was a 40-27 loss this past friday. he says he and the other seniors will r devastating. >> they want to play in their homecoming and senior night and be a captain to take that from me is sad and tough. i wish i had it back but i mean i worked my hardest and there is nothing else i could have done. >> the spartans began training camp with 30 players, coupled
with injuries and a couple more thursday night knocked that down to around 20, and that is when they decided fielding less than two dozen kids many of whom are freshman is too dangerous. and we asked if all the injuries like concussions and injuries linked to football might be behind the numbers. >> he said honestly he can't say for sure. >> have not heard from them directly that would make me though that. but i think that is in the back of some heads. >> but chris kelly says that varsity football will one day return to springfield high. >> we'll continue to build the program and get to the numbers we need to be successful. >> and school officials say that another reason why their numbers are off is the loss of several players to the local high school catholic powerhouses. but they feel confident they can
field a varsity football team next season. >> thank you sir. time for an update on the highways and buy byways. autumn marisa is in for matt pellman. >> reporter: we are typical stop and go traffic on the schuylkill expressway here we are coming off the blue route heading eastbound, you see we are nice and clear for a moment and see the backup begin to start again. only taking you 30 minutes, still double the time and normal for this time of day to get down to the vine street expressway, taking a look at the big picture, speeds in the region are slow on the schuylkill as you approach the city not looking too badly on the blue route, 32 miles per hour there and slower on the northbound lanes of 95 as auto approach broadway. there is a game this evening. looking at 95 southbound through cotman that construction is out there but we have an accident up ahead off to the right hand shoulder taking out the right land lane that sof the side of
the road but things are thinning out there as well. >> thank you autumn. still to come on "action news." all a driver could do was hit record and watch it unfold. when we come down newly released cell phone video of a dramatic pileup on a new york state highway. local k-9s are getting comfy treatment tonight. and 90 officially if philadelphia that means day five of heat wave number six and we'll see day six tomorrow before a change on thursday. plus, ducis rogers has eagles temple football and phillies in sports. when "action news" comes right back.
along route 17 in binghamton and flames shot from the back of a car at a concrete divider and people pulled a woman from the car to safety. the tractor trailer driver says his brakes some how failed. a florida teen accused of pretending to be a doctor is under arrest again. malaki robinson is charged with grand theft. that he passed a bad check for a car down payment. and that he stole $35,000 from an elderly patient. he has denied trying to be a doctor. ducis is here now with a lot of your plate. >> we'll start on the football field with the eagles. have you to have soul to win a championship and they know that. today they signed a player that was part of the philadelphia soul a week ago.
mecks signed the deal a 6'6" defensive end, he led the soul this past season and cultivated with a win this past friday. >> i grew up here in philadelphia and to win a ring, one with the soul and be able to play with the team of my dreamed the next couple of days, i'm on cloud 9 it's awesome. i'm in shock, taking it all in. >> i love his lengthth size, and good athleticism, coming off a championship season so he is in shape and ready to go. and you know obviously we needed with allison macalester going down we need dep and there and he gives us that rotation we are looking for. >> good for him. as mentioned the eagles will host the jets on thursday in the preseason finale. >> we don't expect starters to be out there but if they are, they won't play much.
but for blake a six and round pick from auburn it's his last chance to impress the coaching staff. >> i don't call it pressure but an opportunity, you have to make the best of your opportunities, i don't like the word pressure that adds things you don't want to think about at the moment. college football is back for parts of the country, temple gets going at home against army. the owls went from 2-10 to 10-4 last year and made it to their first bowl game since 2011. quarterback phillip walker likes where it is as the opener approaches. >> at this point right now, i think we are in a way better place. that is what you expect. progression every day, we are way ahead of where we have been the past years, offensively and defensively. overall we got better each day. to baseball now the phillies
will try to solve the nationals in south philadelphia. the phils lost the last seven games to them. tim tebow held a workout in los angeles today. a baseball workout. the former nfl quarterback is trying to switch sports. scouts from 20 major baseball teams were in attendance, tebow has no the played since his junior here in high school and spend time in eagles training camp and his former teammates wish him well. >> he puts in a lot of work and time, and it didn't work out in football for various different reasons but i have the utmost confidence in him as an individual and i hope he does nothing but great things and i hope this leads him to a new path. >> i hope he make a team. people are like he shouldn't go do that, why not? go try out. >> the phillies are one team that sent a sought out to look at him. wish him the best. at some point you have to
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meteorologist, adam joseph is here now with a look at the accuweather forecast. we talk about being at the shore for a nice day. but you need to be careful. >> especially once the lifeguarded leaf their posts and they have went back to school and there are less guarded beached. but the heat wave continues today. as we look at stormtracker 6 live double scan nothing to cool us off at the present hour. a lot of sunshine but we did get a brief break in the humidity here this afternoon in the city and especially north and west. we are sitting at 89 after topping off at 90 in the city. that was the only observation station that hit the 90 degree mark so everyone else the heat wave is over but for philadelphia it continues. 88 wilmington and 85 in reading and the sea breeze in effect at the shore in the low 80s and the
ocean again also inviting because of how warm it is at 77 degrees. satellite and radar high clouds off to the north and overall it stays clear overnight and the clouds break away from a front that is finally going to end the heat wave and bring a big change as we flip the calendar to thursday. tonight mostly clear a muggy night and 63 in the suburbs and 70 for center city and the front is still to the north and west tomorrow, as we say good-bye to august, it's hot and sticky and another slap in the face for the end of the month. if you don't like the heat and humidity for the final day and 91 and tropical depression off the carolina coast could be a tropical storm tomorrow. but this front kicks it off to sea but it is churning up the water still. by thursday as the front slips through a lot of clouds and the heat wave ends with a high around 82. trop cat satellite now, as we
look at tropical depression 9 all the thunderstorms are developing on either side of florida but the circulation is right about here. winds sustained at 35 miles per hour as of the new 5:00 update it has not transitioned to a tropical storm or strengthened at this point but expected to become tropical storm hermine tonight or during the day tomorrow. so the national hurricane center has some hurricane watches in effect from apalachicola and down to cedar key and on the brisk of tampa. this is on thursday as that storm as we look at the track pulls itself into north western florida on thursday. as you look at all the different lines, those are different computer modelled trying to predict where the storm will go and the general consensus or the majority will keep it off cape hatteras and off to sea. but there are a couple of models that want to hug the coast closer not saying they are right or wrong, but this is something
we'll follow and it's so far out, this is over the labor day weekend on sunday that it would be somewhere off our coastline. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 91 tomorrow and hot and humid again, and showers on thursday, 82 degrees, kind of a wet day but it clears out in the evening in time for the eagles game. breezy and low humidity for temple's home opener, sun and clouds and sunny perfection here on saturday, we'll watch the coast on sunday to see if at least some clouds scrape their way as the system passes by at 83, and increasing the rip current risk for the holiday weekend, the holiday itself for right now, bright and warm and 85, and the heat builds back in on tuesday to around 90 degrees, we'll continue to track the tropics and we'll continue to follow the lowering temperatures. >> thank you.
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trenton jackson saluted leaders that supported the summer youth employment program. they gave them a glimpse at the working world, this was the first year for the program and mayor jackson says it was a complete success. right now the "action news" team is expanding by with these stories next at 6:00. police release new details about a home invasion and tonight the search is on for the suspect. >> and dangerous rip currents threaten beach goers at the jersey shore. a report on the latest conditions coming up. and a boy suffering from a life-threatening illness had his dream come true. we'll show you.
>> reporter: two systems we are watching one in the atlantic and one in the gulf of mexico. number 8 is sustained at 35 miles per hour, drifting south and west of cape hatteras over the past 24 hours, we are watching this expected to become a tropical storm possibly as early as tomorrow. and in addition tropical depression 9 looks better organized and still wins sustained at 35 miles per hour directly west of key west in the southern gulf, we don't see the classic wrapping around the center of the storm yet but this bears watching to be named possibly hermine overnight tonight. tropical depression 8 off the carolinas, will curve off to sea and tropical storm status, wins on thursday. even though it stays out to sea it churns up the waters and tropical depression 9 hits northern western pts