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regular schedule, but glitches remain. haste and jamaica get ready for the hurricane. south jersey father accused of killing his son makes an appearance in court. "action news" reporter, katherine scott has more from the courtroom. >> reporter: the trial initially was supposed to be begin today but the defense needed more time to prepare, so now a firm trial date has been set for january 9th. >> charged with murder for the death of his 3-year-old son, david ceato appeared in a camden courtroom this morning. the attorney asked for more time including investigating their own investigation including the reports from a forensic medical examiner. >> the last thing we want is over with soon as possible.
but we don't want to rush into a bad result. >> reporter: october 12 of last year, d.j.creato called 911 saying his son was missing from his haddon township apartment. an intense search followed by 9:00 a.m. the little boy's body was found new wooded area from his father's apartment. through it all, d.j.creato has maintained his innocence. the prosecution alleged that he killed his son in an effort to apiece his girlfriend. his father speaks to him everyday. >> it's hard for him,med world has been changed from normal life to total craziness overnight. >> reporter: with the anniversary of bran dan's death coming up, family members say a mass will be held on october 15th at holy savior
church in westmont to remember him. scott colt channel 6 "action news." >> philadelphia police stepped up security at some schools following social media threats from so-called scary clowns, neumann goretti in south philadelphia was getting extra patrol today. on saturday an instagram post from clown of philly threatened to kill students at goritti. police say they stake the threat seriously even though it's probably a hoax. septa resumed service on the regional allines after pulling 100 cars out of commission. today enough cars have been repaired for service to return to normal. but commuters we spoke today said the trip was far from perfect. many complained of clays -- delays on several lines, others follow glitches on their ways to
work. john rawlins will have more on "action news" at 4:00 p.m. a new commission in the archdiocese of philadelphia aim to offer he'll to mercy to men and women who chose to abort a child. the ministry offers a broad range of services. >> it is an effort that includes reconciliation, sacrament of reconciliation, professional counseling, prayer retreat and i think in a very important part of it is the support group efforts to bring together people who have had the same experience. >> reporter: the project includes special trained clergy and spiritual director and therapists to help at home struggling was aftermath of abortion. accuweather, after a week the sun has popped through the clouds afternoon the area this morning. sky6 live hd looking live at the center city skyline. you can see blue patches and the
clouds look to be clearing, looking brighter and brighter out there. let's go outside to david murphy who is enjoying this brighter weather. >> reporter: i sure am, sarah. i called for it this morning, it's nice it's happening. glancing toward the east there's a lot of blue mixing with cumulus clouds. we had sprinkles and showers around this morning. they are gone, we're on the look out for more possibly later on, but nothing on radar until later on. showers came through in the morning rush hour, south of philadelphia, boom they are gone. and then you see the clouds break up. there are additional clouds trying to pop in from the north. there's a clouds and sun mix for the majority of the rest of the day. 70 in philadelphia. 68 in central park up in the coast in new york there. 75 in washington. and boy what a dinners a couple of hundred miles make in binghamton, new york,
59 degrees. winds are not that strong, single digits across the mid atlantic. washington up 12 miles per hour. pittsburgh, calm. a very tranquil day and the sun and clouds mix. the rest of the way, 2:00 p.m., 74. we'll get a high of 76 around 3:00 p.m. by 4:00 p.m., back to 74. 6:00 p.m. probably holding the low 70s with the clouds and sun mix. there could be spotty pop-up showers, but most of you stay dry. 8:00 p.m., 67. and we'll cool down to 65 degrees by 10:00 p.m. overnight tonight drizzle arriving along with thicker clouds. when i come back in we'll talk about cloudy skies tomorrow and drizzle pop and details on the weekend. and hurricane matthew, a monster of a storm heading toward haiti and jamaica. >> speaking of hurricane
matthew, it is closing in on haiti and jamaica. haiti is bracing for up to 40 inches of rain. jamaica fears deadly winds and life threatening floods. >> we are expecting erosion last night that means damage to agricutlure. across the island nation people are picking up or batons down anything that can go airborne. hundreds of workers and families from the u.s. navy base guantanamo bay cuba left on military transport planes, matthew could track directly over the base. police were at the scene of the east broadway and olive street where a man was shot in the upper body. no word on the condition of victim or information on a suspect. in delaware investigators
are trying to figure out how an 18-year-old man was shot in the leg. officials were called to the screen on the 100 block of new castle at 12:30 a.m. police are holding a car at the scene for evidence. >> a police investigation in the poconos has been linked to the disappearance of a lehigh valley mother three years ago. state police fire officials and the coroner have been excavating a wooded area behind a home in ross township monroe county for several days. the home belonged to the man who once would worked with holly grim. she disappeared after dropping her son off at the backup. a driver lost control and slammed into a home in philadelphia's olney section early this morning. this is the scene at west fisher avenue and north masher street before 3:00 a.m. paramedics rushed the driver to the hospital with head injuries, nobody inside the home was injured. doctors in brazil
discovered another twist in the zika virus infections in babies, they found some babies born with no signs of microcephaly normally small heads and brain might develop signs of it later. the doctors documented a small number of infants whose brains stopped developing at 5, 6, 7 months. u.s. doctors have urged monitoring of babies born to zika virus mothers. campaign of gop nominee donald trump is fending off more accusations of sexism. former crew members and contestants of the reality show tell the associated press that trump demeaned women with lewd language and talked about the female contestants he would like to have sex with. he wanted female contestants to wear dresses with more cleavage.
he said it's fabricated by disgruntled former employees. barbara bush, the daughter of george. >> reporter: laura bush may be leaning toward hillary clinton for president. she posed for a picture with huma abedin hosting the fundraiser, the spoke manslaughter for the former president did not respond to requests for comment. a trip to the gas station turns into a ten thousand dollar bill and weeks of headaches for a woman. >> we'll tell you how arnold schwartz nationer -- schwarzenegger was affected.
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donald trump's hotel over the weekend. black lives matter and no haves and no peace was sprayed on the door. >> i do believe black lives matter i don't believe that's the way to represent black lives matter. the hotel had a soft opening last month for the grand opening scheduled later this month. trump's real estate company has a 6 year lease in the historic post office builds on pennsylvania avenue. unrest in south los angeles after the second fatal shooting of a man by police in as many days. yesterday officers fatally shot a man while responding to a call about a man with a gun. that was near where saturday's officer-involved shooting occurred. a black man died at the end of a stolen car chase. he was a passenger in the vehicle. the driver and other passenger are still at large. authorities are searching for the motive in a syracuse
student from china. the student was found shot to death behind an off campus apartment complex. the car was found nearby, he was a junior from beijing majoring in mathematics. k-9 teams were called in to look for clues, but there's no motives or suspects. a florida woman said a gas station charged her nearly ten thousand dollars for one tank of gas, susan stopped at a valero gas station back in may, she bought $20 worth of gas and glitch at the pump charged for 27,000 gallons of gas leaving them with a 9,049-dollar bill. >> it took two weeks and multiple calls before the account was credit back the money. officials from
san francisco were trying to straight out traffic problems with the crookedest street in the world. lumbard street is so crowded with 6,000 gawkers a day. cars back up for blocks waiting to go down the twisty street. a plan is dubai december. in austin, in connection with in connection with, a moving company faces a big fine after a failed attempt to move an entire complex. the home is too wide for a residential street it is stuck. the damaged telephone lines pole and trees and line. the company said they did not have the required permit anyway, cruise are going back to figure out how to get it moving again. looking outside, sky6 live hd looking at clearing skies over atlantic city, meteorologist david murphy has an update from accuweather when we come right back. wild weather over northern
california. an unseasonable cool storm front left up an inch of hail 80 miles north of sacramento. up in the mountains they recorded flee inches of snow. forecasters say the area could get more severe weather today. >> that's strange. >> reporter: it's no fun coming down, fun to play on it afterwards, i guess. >> if you're northern california. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan nothing showing on radar. we were tracking showers early this morning, we might be seeing more come in from the north later on today. so far so good. high definition picture of cape may shows the sun we promised breaking through on the beach. we're looking at a mixture of clouds and sun the rest of the way after starting out cloudy and foggy. 70 degrees, not all that humid, winds out of the west at 6 miles per hour. not all that wind.
future tracker 6 showing between now and 4:00 p.m. clouds and sun mix. occasionally there could be a shower that breaks out here or there, if you see that it's likely not going to be all that strong nowhere will it last all that long. later tonight by 10:00, 10:30 p.m. we may catch a break with some clearing. although into the overnight period we're expecting the redevelopment of clouds and drizzle. mid 70s in trenton, millville. 72 in cape may this afternoon. as we roll through the rest of the day, 74 by 2:00 p.m. high of 76 around 3:00 p.m. right in there. 74 by 4:00 p.m. 72 by 6:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m., 67. 10:00 p.m. 65 degrees, we're getting a little bit on the cool side overnight tonight and again the clouds build back in later tonight and we could start seeing drizzle or maybe a couple of overnight showers. tomorrow morning, well any sunshine gives way quickly to clouds, enjoy the sun today for
the majority of tomorrow we're clouding up with an easterly flow. there could drizzle or light spotty showers here or there. there's the 6:00 p.m. at night view and still more of the same. some late daybreaks, but more clouds tomorrow. had your taint matthew, category four major hurricane -- hurricane matthew, category four major hurricane. it will be coming in on haiti. missing the heart of jamaica. the brunt of the forward force winds on the eerdz of -- east se of the storm will batter haiti and the eastern tip of cuba. it's a category four as it gets out into wednesday morning and pops through the turks and caicos and the bahamas.
it's a strong storm after the bahamas. it cruises up towards the carolinas as a category 2. we'll have to keep a close look on this. in terms of long rage models, it's too soon to say what happens with the storm by the time it gets near us, most models bring it up to cape hatteras and away from us. other model have it shooting into new england and cape cod. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 76 clouds and sun, spotty shower, 69 degrees cloudy and drizzle tomorrow. wednesday, thursday, friday, how about that, low to mid 70s, nice all three days, thursday in particular looks very bright. you can definitely soak up the sun later this week. saturday clouds and sun, sun and clouds on sunday, the possibility of a sprinkle or shower at times saturday and sunday, doesn't look like a
washout. action star arnold schwarzenegger got into trouble riding his bike riding throw a train station in munich germany. his body guard explaipped he had to go to -- explained he had to go to protect his boss. he got off with a warning and unusual fine and selfie with the police officer posted on the twitter feed. there's a fresh look at the philadelphia's oldest collection, the south asian galleries reopened after a major renovation, in 6abc loves the arts, karen rogers as he is it let's you -- says it let's you experience the land without leaving philadelphia. >> reporter: it's been 40 years since the art museum last renovated its galleries of south asian art. there's a brand new layout and complete reimagining of the most
renown masterpieces. >> we are entirely reconceptionallizing the installation. it's the diverse cultures of south and southeast asia. >> you can watch from iran into tibet into china and into japan. >> reporter: there's artifacts, paintings and textiles spanning over 2,000 years. >> it's a great treasure of the city of philadelphia. the centerpiece is a replica of a 16th south indian hall. >> it's an incredible space, the still sands in the far south of india. this indian manuscript ask is aw addition to the collection. >> it's bright gold colored i
illustrations. >> reporter: you can view the entire collection online and the museum plans to continue to adding new pieces. >> we want visitors not only to appreciate the art, but also relate it to their own everyday life. >> the south asian galleries are on permanent displace, go to the arts in fill.org or go to 6abc loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. when pat toomey went to washington, he didn't stop...
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suburbs. mid 70s in philadelphia. 76 degrees there. down in salem. down the shore ranging between 72 and 74. spotty shower here and there, but mostly dry. finally this noon, there we are, how are you good to see you. the latest invention from toyota is something you can drive. take a look. wow that's a new robot companion. the camera is robot by the way. >> all right, keep going,. >> sure why not. >> the 4-inch high creation is camera microphone bluetooth and the intelligence of a five-year-old. >> there we go. the inventors launched the project seeing how people talk to pets or stuffed animals. right now sales are limited to japan. we're wondering if he can come to direct the show.
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