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we hear from those who were there when the device went off. police dodge bullets yet again when they chase a suspect on south street. >> we're tracking the possibility of storms popping up across the delaware valley. >> meteorologist chris sowers is here with the accuweather forecast, storms, chris. >> reporter: it's been sometime since we talked about wet weather. some areas could see a pop-up shower or thunderstorm today better chance tonight into tomorrow morning. it will not as nice as yesterday. not a bad day, temperatures in the 80s not much in the way of sun. 73 in philadelphia. 73 in the lehigh valley. trenton, 72. poconos cooler, 67. millville, 76. cape may, 77. atlantic city at the airport, showing 77 degrees. here's satellite and radar a you can see the front by following the green here, the frontal system stretching through the mid atlantic and the northeast
states this morning. it will take its good old sweet time getting in here and getting out. we'll see a period where we are expecting numerous showers and thunderstorms. anytime after 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. this is not the batch of moisture we're worried about. anytime from 4:00 p.m., this afternoon from that point until 2:00 p.m., tomorrow, expect to see showers and thunderstorms. we're zoom in storm tracker 6 live, this is western berks and lancaster county. showers are target to pop up. here's the call from accuweather, mostly cloudy skies, warm an sticky. not as comfortable, 87 degrees. one or two aerials pick up -- areas pick up a stray thunderstorm. tomorrow morning commute allow for more time because drenching downpours possible. when i come back we'll have more, guys. >> we begin with the developing
news, the investigation is beginning into who planted two devices in the manhattan chelsea neighborhood. one exploded injuring 29 people. >> we want to show you surveillance video from a business at the blast site on west 23rd street. people were out enjoying a nice september night when it happened him some folks were seen walking, bloodied and some were injured. >> i flew off my feet. >> i remember driving the car and the next thing you know i felt an explosion and the car tilted over halfway and came back down. >> i blacked out, the next thing i know i'm in the ambulance. >> a second device was found blocks away on 27th street, police described it as a pressure cooker with a cell
phone and wires attached in a plastic bag. they have yet to determine if that device was an explosive. this morning new york's mayor is calling the explosion an intentional act, but refrained from calling it terrorism. >> stay with us online and on social media as we update you on the latest developments from manhattan. we'll bring the details as they come into our newsroom. >> officials do not believe the exposition at the ocean county charity run is connected to the bombing. a bomb went off at ocean and d street. search --clues sempra fi race ws discontinued after the bomb was
located. >> we want to see how sophisticated the device was in terms of timing elements. that will be determined by state police, fbi and atf. the blast was powerful enough to shake nearby homes. an estimated 3,000 people were expected to take part in the race. for the second night in a row, philadelphia police came under fire this time near south street. two officers noticed two men smoking marijuana around midnight. when they approached him, the they ran and one turned and fired four shorts at the officers. the officers were not hit. they arrested the suspects and recovered a gun. "action news" obtained the surveillance video that shows the police chase during the shooting rampage in west philadelphia. >> two officers were wounded in the violent rampage.
jennette reyes has more. >> shots fired. >> we heard the shots, we heard the shots, they were ringing out, it sounded like 22, 23 shots. displee carried out one of the -- he carried out one of the most violent acts in philadelphia we've seen in a long time. >> reporter: it started with 18 gunshots aimed at sylvia young in her police cruiser at 22nd and sansom. >> most of the rounds entered the vehicle, she was quite quite a few times, one or two were in her ballistic vest. >> reporter: glen fled eastbound on sansom, arriving officers pursued him. as he ran past maximum level lounge he shot the manager in both legs.
>> when i came out i saw the security guard on the ground out there in front of the bar. >> reporter: in the surveillance video obtained by "action news" you can see the suspect running on foot with nearly a dozen police officers not far behind. >> the restraint that they used during this foot pursuit down sansom street is nothing short of miraculous. because this guy is firing at everybody on the streets that he sees, so many people out there. >> reporter: glen would shoot into a white nissan maxima, a 36-year-old man was inside and 25-year-old woman was inside. the woman was shot 8 tiles in torso. glen ran into an allege and was shot -- into an alley and was shot multiple times. >> so many different people
harmed in one innocent. obviously he was hell-bent on hurting a lot of people. >> reporter: there's no indication that he radicalized, although he had a long criminal history and was known to police. he had a letter on him entitled domed people where he expressed hatred for police and his parole officer. someone called police after supporting a 5-gallon gas container and a small wooden cross at 17th an sansom. officers called fire marshal this morning they are investigating. a well-known wedding venue in south jersey was damaged by fire. you could see the fire coming from the mansion in voorhees. nobody was injured. the cause is under investigation. a south juniors
congregation will -- south jersey congregation will worship this morning in spite of the fire that destroyed their church. they will pitch a tent in the backyard. the fire that burned the century-old church is under investigation. bridgegate scandal, two former allies of governor chris characterize face fraud and conspiracy charges accused of orchestrating lane closures back in 201 to punish fort lee mayor for not voting for governor chris christie. >> joe paterno earned his first win as coach of penn state 350 years ago. this weekend the school honored that accomplishment despite calls to cancel it. a 2 minute long video received mostly cheers, but critics said
the ceremony was insensitive to the victims of his former assistant coach jerry sandusky. paterno was never charged with a crime and many former players were there to honor the on-field accomplishment. researchers say they may have hope from those suffering from a painful condition. >> plus, champion swimmer we hear from a local woman who is talking about her major accomplishment, swimming across the english channel. looking live through sky6 live hd. commodor barry bridge right there. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. keep your umbrella handy him we'll be right back.
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national media and hillary clinton -- >> but governor pence the acte parking lot this morning when 18,000 runners participated in the rock and roll philadelphia half marathon. the race raises money for the american association for cancer research of aacr is the largest cancer research in the world and headquartered in philadelphia. they were very supportive when my mother was diagnosed with lung cancer. i feel i owe them a debt of gratitude. >> reporter: we have a lot of tropical conditions returning to the delaware and lehigh valleys like july and august. the muggies have returned. the temperatures in the 70s, 87 or 88 today.
i hope you enjoyed the last few days, we had a gorgeous stretch of weather, things unfortunately are getting ready to change of the sun you see at the jersey shore that's probably all you'll see the rest of the way. we're looking at mostly cloudy skies. double scan live seeing showers pop up across the far western suburbs. this is western portions of berks and lancaster county. we're zoomed in along hamburg, 222 fleetwood into reading. quick-hitting downpours moving off to the east, 20, 25 miles per hour. should be on the way quickly. more showers and thunderstorms may pop up later this afternoon, especially tonight into tomorrow. 73 degrees right now in philadelphia. yesterday at this time we were in the 50s and here's the issue right here. dewpoints in the 40s and 50s, now they have shot up to 70. it's very sticky. pressure 30.08 inches. it is starting to rise. in case yout how nice it
was yesterday. hammonton, 49. pilots, 52. smyrna, 56 degrees. get a load of the numbers now, we're in the mid 70s feels like the middle of august. millville, 76. 73 in philadelphia. allentown, 73. trenton, 72. cape may and atlantic city 77 with dewpoints in the 70s here's the scale. this is the way we measure it out, anytime you get into the mid 760s, that's uncomfortable. you get into the 70s it's awful most of us everybody is in the 70s with not having to deal with much humidity over the last several days. cold front off to the west it will take its time getting in here, that means a lot of clouds, a case of the muggies and showers and thunderstorms potentially in one or two areas later on. future tracker, 4:30 p.m., a shower or brief thunderstorm for the lehigh valley. note the coverage here, a lot of us are dry.
the showers and thunderstorms are not a appear issue. overnight tonight -- are not an issue. overnight tonight, the coverage starts to increase, you see the reds, yellows, those are heavy, drenching downpours. that will continue into the first part of tomorrow afternoon before it pulls away. here's the good news, we are not anticipating severe weather, just downpours, lightning strong winds large hail tornados on the low side. it's the downpours that's in the high category. today, sticky, 83 degrees. one or two locations north an west of philadelphia you'll see a spotty thunderstorm. winds out of the south, southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. limited sunshine you'll see peeks. 1:00 p.m., 82. # p.m., 86.
5:00 p.m., 86 degrees spotty thunderstorm possible, the high 87. warm and sticky overnight tonight. thunderstorms developing after midnight. mainly north and west of the city. 66 degrees outlying suburbs. 70 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, tomorrow morning numerous downpours around actually over the top of the i-95 corridor over the heart of the viewing area slowly shifting east in the late morning hours, down the jersey shore by 9:00 a.m., 86 tuesday. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, mostly sunny, skies, just about each and everyday, high temperatures in the mid 80est an fairly comfortable humidity levels. we have mainly a 24 hour stretch we'll see gray and gloom, maybe a few downpours and after that it's san diego. >> we don't mind a little gray or a lot of gray. >> love you so much. south jersey native has
returned home from an incredible feat. katie scott is home after swimming the english channel. scott began the 21-mile swim from england to france on august 30th. it took 13 and a half hours to finish the swim. >> after five or six hours everybody is tired him swimming, you just keep swimming, metally that in am i opinion is the hardest part just staying positive. >> scott said because of the changing cultures she ended up swimming a total of 34 miles per hour. we're back after this. media are
talking about what trump over >> we're so glad you're waking up with us on this sunday morning, 9:20 a.m., 73 degrees. sky6 live hd giving you a glimpse over old city. it's kind of gloomy and gray, meteorologist chris sowers will let you know if you will get any rain today. presidential nominee reacted to the news of a explosion that rocked new york city. donald trump declared a bomb went off before new york city leaders released details. >> just before i got off the plane a bomb went off in new york, nobody knows what's going on, but boy, we are living in a time we better get very
tough. >> after getting briefed on her campaign jet, democratic nominee hillary clinton spoke to reporters. >> obviously we need to do whatever we can to support our first responders, also to pray for the victims. we'll wait until the investigation unfolds. >> clinton said the nation needs to support its first responders and pray for the victims. >> "healthcheck" this morning, the number of zika virus cases are rising, more than two thousand cases were reported in the past week. that brings the total to 20,000 including 1700 pregnant women. meanwhile, the u.s. health tripled the size of the transmission zone in miami beach. there are 35 nontravel related cases there. smoking alone can lead to
thickening of the heart and worsen heart function. they found that negative effects on the heart were reversed on those who quick smoking. there may be home who suffer from crohn's and other inflammatory diseases. scientists say they discovered a mutation that blocks the development of the crohn's. >> we found a population of cells that seem to dry the disease. >> it could help those who have tissue scarring or suffer from inflammatory conditions. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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carl 100 miles east of the leeward islands. the center of circulation is down here believe it or not. all the thunderstorms are off to the northwest. that's great news, because as long as the storms are displaced from the center of circulation this can't strengthen. it will not be the case later on as it moves into more favorable conditions the storms will wrap around the center. it's moving west at 13 miles per hour. later this week it should be in a position in between bermuda and san juan puerto puerto ricog close to the eastern seaboard. it big question becomes where will carl go after that. right now we have a huge area of high pressure in the northern atlantic. later this week there will be another high moving in from canada. the question is will karl sneak through these highs move north up and out to sea away from the u.s. mainland or will this high
move quicker slam the door shut here and force carl toward the eastern seaboard. at that point all belts are off, we'll have to watch the storm closely. resign it's disorganized, but it will get better organized later this week and we'll watch it closely. the atms you use in bars and delis and convenience store could go away leaving you with your bank atm. that's because mastercard is requiring that owners assume liability for fraud if their payments are not up to date. visa will hold him or merchantst starting next year. there are 400,000atms in america, half are run by independent owners. 68th annual emy awards
happen tonight. the best of the best of television will be honored. >> viola davis is who understands for her role on the hit abc show how to get away with murder. she took home the emmy for her portrayal last year. she said she is glad to be back from the up coming season three. she has learned tricks for walking the long red carpet. >> i put my cisco on and my ballet slippers in my evening bag and i am good to go. >> nominated for the emmy is the star tracy ellis ross the first black woman to be nominated for the best actress in a comedy, backlash -- blackish. you can watch it on 6abc, and jimmy kim is the host. we'll tell you about the mom who called police when her
toddler refused to buckle up her seat belt. >> plus the ice cream cone that comes with a waiver. we'll tell you the one ingredient that makes this a hot commodity. those stories, plus, chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues. heard those voters and
race has tightened is the enthusiasm gap. you've seen an active manhunt s underway for those responsible for the last in new york city. >> here at home, police are looking for a suspect in a triple shooting including a man who was shot a dozen times. a refreshing treat at a delaware beach town might make you sweat. >> reporter: it is warmer today, and meteorologist chris sowers is outside with accuweather. >> reporter: that would hit the spot about now. good morning, guys, it's warm and sticky, feeling like houston, high dewpoints, temperatures are milder than yesterday, 70 degrees in quakertown. 72 in slatington, warrington, 72. center city, 73. levittown, 73 and chester, 72. gandys beach a little uncomfortable on the delaware bay this morning. 78 degrees, vineland and glassboro, 74.
cinnaminson, 72. smyrna, 74. dewpoints the way we measure the moisture in the atmosphere. you can see the scale at the top of the screen. we've been in the 40s and 50s over the last few days, it felt like fall. now, all of a sudden we're dealing with the july and august dewpoints again where they are in the upper 60s low 70s. today it will feel awful, tomorrow awful, tuesday things begin to improve. wednesday, thursday, friday, there won't be much in the way of humidity out here at all. the only problem, the testers will start climbing. it's like a game of pick your poison here. let's zoom into storm tracker 6 live western portions of berks county. you can see downpours right now north of fleetwood that's all that moisture starting to build. accuweather says there's a chance of pop-up shower or thunderstorm later this afternoon as a cold front approaches from the northwest. high temperatures today topping out in the mid to upper 80s, unseasonable warm, with that threat of showers and thunderstorms, the humidity only increases from this point on.
when i come back in just a few minutes we'll focus on tropical downpours first thing tomorrow morning in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> now to the latest on our developing news. a search is underway right now for whoever is responsible for placing a device in a crowded manhattan neighborhood this weekend. it exploded and left nearly 30 people injured. we know a second suspicious device was found blocks away, that device never detonated. what is unknown who was behind it and what was their motivation. abc's ray ramondi joins us live in the chelsea neighborhood with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: nydia and gray i can tell you the investigation is on going, police and federal authorities have been working overnight to try to piece together who is responsible for the explosion. wuk tell you -- we can tell you at this 9:30 hour there's heavy
police in the area. the second device has been removed from the area. there's no link to terrorism according to new york officials. this morning we're getting the first glimpse of the explosion captured on surveillance video. take a look when the blast occurred. take a look from a different angle, debris flying, pedestrians running for cover. >> we heard an explosion and then boom. >> it was so loud it started shaking my body. i turned around and i looked in the middle of the street there was a big cloud of smoke. [sirens] [. >> reporter: this aerial footage showing aftermath of the explosion, debris everywhere. the explosion coming from a dumpster on the street. >> there was a flash of light and everybody shook it was really loud. >> nothing is going to happen, okay, nothing is going to happen to you.
>> reporter: this cell phone video capturing the moments a good samaritan helping a bloody victim one of 29 injured. >> there there is no evidencea terror connection. >> reporter: but the mayor of new york did say the authorities believe the explosion was an intentional act. counterterrorism officers and k-9 searching the area. >> as of this time of the exact cause of explosion has not been determined. >> reporter: as far as the 29 victims injured abc news has learned 11 of the 29 victims were treated and released from a local hospital. new york city on high ray letter given the fact that the president is expected to be here later on this afternoon and hundreds of world leaders and dignitaries come here ahead of the u.n. general assembly on monday. live in new york, channel 6 "action news" back to you. >> thank you for the update. 9:34 a.m., a man was shot
time times during an shooting outside an afterhours nightclub in the port richmond section. police were called to the club at 4:00 a.m. him they found three people with gunshot injuries in the parking lot. two women shot in the legs were taken to the hospital in stable condition. the man was critically injured. police are looking for the shooter. the action cam was at the scene of a man lying on the ground with a gunshot injury around 12th and market at 3:00 a.m. he staggered for three blocks and he is in stable condition at the hospital. police say he is not cooperating. police say the 25-year-old gunman who carried out a deadly rampage in west philadelphia had a long criminal record. police shot and killed nicholas glen during a confrontation late friday night after glen shot at
police sergeant sylvia young 18 times. sergeant young is recovering from her wounds. glen shot four civilians and pennsylvania university police officer. one of the civilian has died. the otherser expected to survive. glen left a letter that described his hatred for police and his parol officer. glirng -- turning to politics, there will be a new mayor after the incumbent was defeated in wilmington. since the early 70s, the democratic primary has served as general election here because democrats have a heavy registration advantage. the current mayor was not
available for comment. he scored less than 14% of the votes cast. the sweeping makeover of the river front is his shining civic accomplish. he knows it will be a tougher challenge dealing with the city's deep seated problems and violent crimes. >> the health of the city depends on how we treat the poorest neighborhoods. they need neglected for decades. >> reporter: gop nominee martin got a fresh haircut. he sees crime and poverty as a problem, as well. >> we can't be known as murder town. >> reporter: he said there will be changes in the top brass of the police department. local residents say change is needed at city hall. >> fundamentally people are worried about the security of the city. >> bringing jobs and the crime
down. giving our kids positive things to do within the community. >> reporter: an old addage applies here. a new wind blow, the page turns soon. in wilmington, delaware, i'm vernon odem channel 6 "action news." >> we would like to reminds you, you can keep track of what's happening during local elections and the presidential election by downloading our free 6 abc news app available on the apple and google play stores. >> from our delaware newsroom, an ice cream shop in rehoboth beach earned a spot in the riply's believe it or not book. it has a unique flavor. the ice cream store serves up 100 different ice creams. one flavor is pepper ice cream. >> we decided to put it in an ice cream that was blazing hot and because of the sugar content and milk it sort of mitigates it
a little bit. >> it is hot enough that customers need to sign a waiver before trying it. >> that's my kind of ice cream. >> i would try it. >> you would? it was a special birthday celebration for one young boy, how a minnesota 8-year-old with a big heart spent his big day. giving new meaning to the phrase no child left alone, we'll tell you about an app that works to bring an end to bullying at lunch time. sky6 live hd giving us a glimpse over the ben franklin bridge. it is gloomy, gray and cloudy, meteorologist chris sowers will let you know if you'll get rain where you live in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we're back after this
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kutztown, a couple of heavy downpours, they are quick-moving, but the rain is coming down at a good clip we'll see this for folks west of the delaware river. tomorrow morning everybody gets in the on the act. 77 is the normal high temperature, 71 is where we started out first thing this morning. dover, 74. cape may, closing in on 80. millville, 76. philadelphia, 75. allentown, 73. satellite and radar showing a cold front to the west, you can see the brighter cloud tops from pittsburgh to binghamton and showers and downpours across the ohio and tennessee valley. as the day gets going the front will collapse toward the southeast closer to the delaware and lehigh valley. with the heating and moist content we'll see showers and
thunderstorms develop. tomorrow the front sits over top of us. here's the water vapor image i want to show you this, this is the comfortable high we've seen over the last few days, the low dewpoints, mostly sunny skies and comfortable temperatures. it's pushing east and over the open waters of the atlantic. this is the muggies returning and unfortunately it will last several days before it gets better. future tracker 6 shows mostly cloudy skies and a few breaks of sunshine. there will be isolated thunderstorms developing, as well north and west of philadelphia. if i think tomorrow morning here comes a brighter line of showers and thunderstorms, some of the heavier rains will be falling. these are downpours, these are the kind of downpours where it's not doing much of anything. one minute the next minute it's raining so hard, you wasn't hear the person next to you trying to talk. these are big downpours. drifting east in the late
morning hours and off the coast by lunchtime. monday afternoon is cloudy with a leftover shower or leftover isolated thunderstorm. what to expect, first thing tomorrow morning, scattered showers or isolated thunderstorms slowly moving to the east, not everybody will see them, but those of you who do, expect quite a bit of rain in a short period of time. generally speaking we'll go with a half inch to an inch and a half of rain, there will be isolated months where the showers set up. wildwood has 1 1/2, closing in on 1 the a quarter inch for the lehigh valley. 8 7 in philadelphia.
trenton 86. jersey shore, 82. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 87 today, ten degrees cooler tomorrow, 77 degrees is monday's high. 86 tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, and saturday look nice, warmer, maybe a little uncomfortable, because it's the end of september. we should not be in the 80s any more. but it's going to stay dry and you will see sunshine. >> you have a little bit leaf by thursday, that's the first day of fall feeling like august again. >> like to remind you can get the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and live look at double scan radar at any time of the day on our website 6abc.com/weather. when pat toomey went to washington, he didn't stop...
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home stance against the marlins this afternoon. >> they hope to end the series with a sweep before hitting the road. here's jeff skeverski with all your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: not only do the eagles plan to make a statement on the field monday night against the bears. malcom jenkins plans to make a estimate during the national anthem, too. he said they don't plan to take a knee, position 49ers collin kaepernick started to raise awareness for social injustice. it's not a protest against the police and military, he wants equality in america. >> that's what makes you guys put the cameras in my face and keeps this conversation going. sometimes you got to rock the boat to get a little bit of change. obviously you see more and more guys doing that. >> malcom and i have talked
about this and you know, it's going to happen, regardless of what i have decide or say and i respect the players' decision on it. the biggest thing i don't want it to become a distraction to the rest of the team. >> eagles quarterback carson wentz will not have one of his top target zack erlts ruled out with a -- ertz rule out with an injury. we go on one on one with carson wentz and doug peterson, coverage kicks off 8:00 p.m. on our pregame show tomorrow night. happy valley has been a temple of doom for the temple football team. the sowls -- owls have never won a game in state college in penn state back to 1943. temple trying to reexercise -- trying to reverse history.
penn state puts up more yards in the first than they did last year against temple. philip walker, don't go anywhere, temple within 7. 4th quarter thomas punches it in the second of the game, temple gets within 3. 50 seconds later, say it ain't so, 55-yard run to the house, 34-27 it's been 73 years and t-u still without a w up there. ryan howard expected to start all weekend as part of farewell it was scratched from the phillies lineup because of a his left knee. phillies have the most homers in baseball by their first basemen, howard and joseph combined for 42. complete game, phillies winning
8-zip. the union losing 2-1 to portland. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski, have a great day. >> a minnesota boy had one special request for his 8th birthday celebration. in lieu of gifts he asked his friends to bring items that could donated to local shelters. when asked why he said he knows there are people out there in need. he wanted to help them how out. his birthday become an assembly line of toiletries and food for the homeless. love that story. he wanted to save the environment, so new york city boy created a comic book, we'll have his story. >> we'll have a peewee coach's stellar move that gets his young players motivated for the game. >> i find that motivating. >> those stories, plus the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" comes right back.
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yorkers run for their lives after an explosion in a popular chelsea neighborhood. we hear from those who were there when the device went off. >> storms are popping up across the delaware valley. meteorologist chris sowers is at the "action news" big board with a look at accuweather. >> reporter: storms with much-needed rain. finally the city of philadelphia is 4 inches in a definite sit over the last couple of months. we need wet weather, looks like we'll get some over the next 24 hours. temperatures have warmed up. 76 in philadelphia. higher dewpoints it feels uncomfortable. 79 in millville. 80 for dover, 81 atlantic city. cape may, 79. note the wind direction out of the south that's what's happening to increase the dewpoints. anytime you get a wind out of the south or southeast or southwest you can expect the dewpoints to increase. that's pretty much what we're seeing right now. we went from comfortabley cool to down right stifling. very, very sticky.
satellite and radar you can see clouds across the area, look at the line. the jersey shore seeing sunny skies, cumberland, cape may and atlantic county hardly a cloud in the stie -- sky at all. clouds are out to the west and showers and downpours will push east as the day progresses. it's not a bad day overall, it will be cloudy and warm and sticky with temperatures in the upper 80s and in one or two areas you could see a spotty thunderstorm. 87 degrees is the very muggy forecasted high. the muggies are back, downpours are possible tomorrow, it turns much warmer later this week. when i come bank in just a few minutes, i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> it was a violent night across the city of philadelphia. 6 people were shot in vary outs locations. >> that includes shots fire by a landmark in center city.
bob brooks is live with all the details. bob, what can you tell us? >> reporter: nydia and gray, good morning just a night filled with violence, four separate shooting scenes and once again philadelphia police officers were fired at. luckily neither were hit. just after midnight, two philadelphia police officers are fired at again this time on south street. detectives say two officers approached two suspects ealdzly getting high -- allegedly getting high on the corner. >> smoking would appear to be marijuana appeared and smelled like marijuana. >> reporter: when officers went to confront the pair they ran. >> four shots by one of the males that was corned in the back of the -- cornered in the back of the area where there is fenced in, bricked in yards. >> reporter: neither officer was hit nor did they shoot. >> police did not discharge their weapons during the confrontation they were able to
safely effect an arrest of the two suspects. >> reporter: this comes after a rampage in west philadelphia where police sergeant sylvia young was shot at by a madman a staggering 18 times. that suspect was killed by police, but not before he shot another officer in the leg. the crime spree continues, a 22-year-old man is shot in the arm lying on street. in port richmond, three people are shot at the castor club parking lot. one man hit ten times. two men were robbed sitting in their car around 430. the driver was shot in the head, the passenger in the arm. back out live, here as for sergeant sylvia young shot at 18 times. she was struck in the arm
multiple times. she also expected to be okay. reporting live from central detectives, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> police say a 25-year-old gunman who carried out a deadly rampage in west philadelphia had a long criminal record. police shot and killed nicholas glen after he shot at sylvia young 18 times as she salt in the patrol -- as she sat in the patrol car. >> she was struck quite a few times, fortunately at least one or two were lodged in her living vest. she took rounds to the arm. >> as bob just mentioned, sergeant young recovering in the hospital. after shooting young glen wounded four civilians and pennsylvania university police officer one civilian has died the others are expected to survive. glen left a letter that described his hatred of police and parole officer.
the investigation is just beginning into who planted two devices in manhattan chelsea neighborhood. one exploded and injured 29 people. half the victims have been treated and released from the hospital. we'll show you surveillance video from the business at blast went off. people were out enjoying a nice september night. they ran for safety. some were seen walking bloodied and some with bandages after the blast. many were stunned. >> i flew off my feet. landedden my he will blow -- landed on my elbow. >> i felt an explosion and the car tilted over halfway and came back down. i blacked out, next thing you know i'm in a ambulance. >> a second device was found blocks away on 27th street. police discovered it as a
pressure cooker with a cell phone and wires attached in a plastic bag. they have yet to determine if the device was an explosive. this morning the new york mayor is calling the explosion an intentional act, but he has refrained from calling this terrorism. republican presidential candidate donald trump announced the news of the explosion at a campaign event in a airplane hard on car -- hanger car in colorado. >> just before i got off the plane, a bomb went off in new york city, nobody knows what's going on. we're living in a time we have to get tough. >> hillary clinton spoke to reporters. >> obviously, the only we can do is support our first responders, also pray for the victims, we have to wait for the investigation to unfold. >> clinton said she'll comment more as the investigation is
completed. >> officials do not believe that an explosion at an ocean county charity run is connected to the incident in manhattan. a bomb went off inside a trash can at ocean avenue and d street. runner would have been passing by the area but the race was delayed and canceled him the cancellation was due to an unattended backpack being found. police flooded the area after the detonation and found three pipes wrapped up inside the garbage can only one went off. >> we're looking at the sophisticated timing device that will be investigated by police and fbi and atf. >> an estimated 3,000 people were scheduled to take part in the race. an unusual discovery outside a center city church has
the attention of a fire marshal. someone called police after discovering 5-gallon gas container and a small wooden cross at 17th and sansom. they are investigating. a well-known wedding venue in south jersey has been damaged by smoke. you can see the flames on main street in voorhees, camden county. they got the fire under control in an hour and nobody was injured. the blaze is under investigation. a south jersey congregation will worship together despite a fire that destroyed their building. leaders of temple of praise ministry pitched a tent in the backyard. the fire that burned the century-old church building is under investigation. opening statements are scheduled for tomorrow in new jersey at bridgegate scandal. two former allies of governor chris christie face fraud and civil rights and conspiracy charge. they are accused of
orchestrating lane closures on the george washington bridge back in 2013 tow punish the for the mayor for not endorsing governor chris christie. >> joe paterno earned his first win of coach of penn state 50 years ago, this weekend the school honored the accomplishment despite calls to cancel the event. critic also said the certify -- critics said the ceremony was insensitive to the victims of jerry sandusky. papaterno was never charged wita crime and many players were there to honor his on field accomplishments. >> we'll introduce you to the couple that can fill it's own rugby team. >> it's 1 years old and he is -- he is 11 use old and a
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in the united states? >> the action cam was on the benjamin franklin parkway this morning when 18,000 runners participated in the rock roll philadelphia marathon for cancer research. aacr is the largest cancer research organization in the world and headquartered right here in philadelphia.
>> let's get you calling up on the forecast for this sunday. we saw the sun coming out over cape may, new jersey. >> reporter: it's still over cape may, new jersey. let's get you outside, show you the view as we look at the platt bridge. everybody else is dealing with a rather thick overcast. it's mainly cloudy for most of us. it's warm and sticky. it's different than yesterday, yesterday it was refreshing. this morning it's tropical out there make be for an uncomfortable start. can youdouble scan live is clea, there's a spritz and sprinkle and showers moving through the lehigh valley and southern lancaster county. later this afternoon a couple of areas could see quick-hitting shower or thunderstorm. 70 degrees in philadelphia. pressure is rising. winds out of the southwest at 10 miles per hour. dover, 80. cape may, 78. atlantic city, 81. see how warm the numbers are already. it's completely cloudy.
imagine if we get any kind of sunshine later this afternoon how quickly the numbers jump. we're in the expecting much sun, but if we see it, we'll climb into the mid # 80s if not higher. cape may, 74. look at the scale up here, 65 is considered humid, 70 is 5u68, -- awful, you get higher than 70 it's ridiculous for the state of new jersey and delaware, as well. the humid air is wrapping around the comfortable high which is sitting here. you can see the clock wides winds all the humidity coming in -- clockwise winds all the humidity coming in off the atlantic city wrapping around the high. the high is drifting out to sea, that's why the humid air is starting to return. it is in advance of a cold front that will bring showers and thunderstorms to the west today. overnight tonight that front sits overtop of us, and tomorrow
morning with the front overhead and how humid it's going to be, expect downpours and blinding rainfall. expecting cloudy skies, breaks of sun from time to time. warm and sticky mainly south of philadelphia, there could peeks of sunshine later on. it's mainly cloudy. the lehigh valley could see quick hitting thunderstorms after 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. overnight tonight once we get past midnight. expect to see more showers and thunderstorms developing. 4 4:30 heavy stuff to the west that drifts east. 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m., drench lg lg -- drenching downpours over philadelphia and delaware and south jersey. the heaviest downpours will occur in the morning hours.
scattered thunderstorms and isolated thunderstorms first thing tomorrow morning from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. from west to east across the viewing area. reduced visibility as well as muggy conditions. it's going to be very tropical once again. we do need the rain, there's a little bit of good news hear, u.s. drought monitor has put us in short term drought impact. everybody else is abnormal rally dry. we're not new drought, but we need rain. spotty thunderstorm expected today. warm and sticky, 87 degrees is the forecasterred -- forecasted high. overnight tonight, 66 for the suburbs, 70 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows once we get past the downpours of tomorrow. the rest of the seven day looks really, really nice, 86 tuesday, wednesday, 85.
thursday, 84. friday we're up to 87. saturday, 8 are 50.trick he's e. he is proud of this. 85. >> be clear the sun is shining in cape may. >> reporter: only in cape may. >> 10:16. an 11-year-old brooklyn boy concerned about the environment has created a new comic book. we talk to the young boy about kids brooklyn. >> reporter: once upon a time in a galaxy far, far away where apartment space is the final front tier, we trek to brooklyn the force is comic and graphic, the idea is 11-year-old jaden anthony. >> my friends caspar, edward. they are trying to take our resources. >> that helps along with the
publisher and illustrator, it's their brooklyn story, add in evil corporation also. >> we've live in brooklyn for 20 years, we've seen it change so dramatically over the last decade. we wanted to make sure that we represented both old and new brooklyn in the story line. we felt it was kind of a unique collision of ideas. not only is brooklyn culturally diverse neighborhood, it's extremely global now. >> we're pretty much saying we're doing what is going to make us worse not better. everyone should turn that around.
the social corner. >> this is what everybody is talk about on facebook youtube and more. >> this is the man wearing the mask of tom brady. he may be starting the new season on the silence due to his suspension. le doppelganger can be seen all over. the m.v.p. imposter inspired penalties. >> a lot of people dancing right, you know what they say, things are in texas, this is the coach trying to get the players reserved up for the game. he pulled out all the moves and started dancing before the bulldogs took to the field. he is getting down, appears to have work because the team guess
what they won the game. >> his learned his moves, of course from his college fraternity brothers. >> i like that guy! >> that's cool, right. video of a brazilian couple who has welcomed a little boy has gone viral. that's because the birth marks their 13th child and 13th boy. the couple said they plan to keep trying until they have a little girl. >> are you serious? their oldest son is 18 years old. all of the boy's name start with the letter r. they are named after professional soccer flares. the video has been viewed 35,000 times and counting. i'm exhausted reading that story. >> 13 and they are going to keep trying to. >> i have two and it is hard for me to keep it together. tell us what you think about the videos by going tore -- to our
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some students go to school with an ipad in hand, others will graduate without using a computer. a hearing took place to bridge the gap. how should that work. collin kaepernick knee protest spread to our area. are high schools right to take part in this during the national anthem? the battle for pennsylvania, donald trump and hillary clinton are trying to get to know you a lot better during the general election coming up on inside story at 11:30 a.m. >> not just cape may, it's sunny in atlantic city. it's the shorepoints from cape may up to surf city or point pleasant beach hanging on to sun. the clouds are on the increase. later this afternoon, one or two areas pick up a quick-hitting shower or thunderstorm. the main concern is tomorrow morning not for severe weather, lightning, wind hail or tornados
or nilg like that. it's the drenching downpours. we could see one to two inches of rain with isolated heavier amounts. the bulk of it will fall between the hours of 5:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. allow yourself extra time into work and school tomorrow. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it's warm and sticky today, 87 mostly cloudy stray shower or thunderstorm. downpours early tomorrow. otherwise cloudy and damp by afternoon, 77. rest of the seven day looks nice, temperatures in the 80s and a ton of sunshine. >> a little warm for fall. >> all right, chris, thank you, this week with george stephanopoulos is coming up next. martha raddatz hosts this morning, here's martha with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, nydia and gray we're following the latest on the new york city explosion, authorities searching for crews, our security experts bring us the latest. in politics, it's the battle of the vice presidential candidates. i talked to governor mike pence
and senator tim kaine built -- about the the race ahead. high conversation with ohio voters with two of the least liked candidates ever will they turn out to the polls. you don't want to miss what the buckeyes have to say coming up on this week, back to you. >> "action news" continues at noon, here's the stories we're working on for you, a student orchestra is ready to ring in the new season with help from friends. details from 6abc loves the arts. >> plus, police officers are targeted for the second time after a violent night on the streets of philadelphia. we're live with the latest information. >> now, for chris sowers, gray hall, and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. have a great morning! we'll see you back here at noon. . you always voted republican? >> yes. >> what is it that you don't like about trump? >> his arrogance and his
starting right now on "this week" with george stephanopoulos -- >> this was an intentional act. >> breaking overnight, an explosion in new york city. dozens injured. >> we saw this smoke. >> a suspicious second device found just blocks away. was this an act of terror? the very latest on the investigation. and -- >> president barack obama was born in the united states, period. >> after years of pushing the birther falsehood, donald trump now claiming credit for ending it. >> i finished it. i finished it. you know what i mean. >> his campaign was founded on this outrageous lie. >> we put the birther question to trump's running mate. exclusively on "this week."