tv Action News Weekend 9AM ABC October 9, 2016 9:00am-10:30am EDT
>> a camden county firefighter is taken to the hospital hurt while battling a blaze in a home overnight. >> plus, rain is soaking a large part of the delaware valley right now. how long will this soggy weather stick around? meteorologist chris sowers is here with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> i'm getting nervous, because the columbus day parade kicks off at 12:30. >> reporter: set your watch. 11:07. >> [laughter]. parade organizers are hold you to it. that's good news, 11:07 a.m. >> reporter: let's go live on sky6 live hd cape may, rain is coming down heavily all the remnants of hurricane matthew, some of the outer bands extending as far west as the city of philadelphia. let's go over to the radars, the tail end is pushing through the city now. you can see a couple of bands taking place one stretching from new york city all the way down through philadelphia and wilmington. it kind of makes a sharp turn to
the south getting into the delmarva, there's another band closer to the shore. we'll zoom to the one in philadelphia. route 1, jenkintown, philadelphia, moderate to occasionally heavy rain. lots of ponding on the roads, you need to allow yourself extra time take it easy on the roads this morning. lots of ponding and reduced visibilities out there. there's this band work it's way off the coast sea isle city to cape may. this band in particular is heavy. national weather service issued a flood advisory in effect for cumberland county and cape may county and southeastern portions of atlantic county because of heavy rain. look at the totals from yesterday afternoon to the present, cape may, 2.32-inch. dover, 1.3. philadelphia, 3/4 of an inch. cloudy and damp morning rain,
lunchtime skies brighten up, it's breezy and cooler this afternoon with the return of sunshine highs around 63. nydia? >> chris, thank you. this morning a delaware county mother is grieving the loss of her 20-year-old son who was shot and killed in front of her overnight. police were called to angle street in chester after midnight. that's where the young man was shot to death. the 20-year-old lives there with his mother and stepfather. a gunman entered the home and shot the man several times in front of his mother. police are looking for the gunman and a motive for the shooting. >> a south jersey firefighter is recovering after being hurt battling a blaze overnight. firefighters were called to oak wood avenue in gloucester township at 3 a.m. when they arrived flames were shooting from the second floor of the home. it took a half-hour to get the fire under control. a firefighter was taken to kennedy hospital washington township for heat exhaustion,
but listed in good condition. there were no other injuries. in the presidential race debate number two between donald trump and hillary clinton is hours away. dozens of top republicans have pulled their support for trump after vulgar comments were caught on camera. ron portman said his vote will go to vp mike pence, trump vows to stay in the race despite calls to drop out. >> anyone who knows me, know the words don't reflect who i am. i said it, i apologized. >> hillary has talked about free trade in wikileaks leaked
e-mails. tune into the debate tonight at 9:00 p.m. on 6abc. >> dozens of people were hurt when a commuter train sideswiped a work train last night. the eastbound long island train derailed in hyde park north. 11 went to the hospital. 600 people were on board the commuter train which left from penn station, the national transportation safety board will investigate the crash. it comes ten days after the deadly crash of a new jersey transit train at that station in hoboken, new jersey. >> rail service is expected to rezoom tomorrow at the badly damaged transit station in hoboken. this morning they are investigating the crash that killed a woman and injured 100
other people. when service resumes there will be a new rule in place, the conductor will be required to join the engineer whenever the pulls into the terminal. it was traveling twice the speed limit before it crashed into the station. hurricane matthew is being blamed for ten deaths in the united states including two people in north carolina swept away in their car by floodwaters. the storm is moving out to sea as the dumped a foot of rain on north carolina. flooding homes and businesses, 100 miles inland. dozens of people in the state had to be rescued from their cars. the storm has knocked out power to more than a million people in the southeastern section of the u.s. some residents in florida have returned to their homes to find them destroyed. >> hurricane matthew destroyed parts of island nation of haiti, that storm barrel a shore on tuesday with powerful 145-mile an hour winds. hundreds of people are dead and many more are homeless.
>> the u.s. military is on its way to help in relief efforts. this morning local efforts are underway to provide help for the people of haiti, too, "action news" reporter, bob brooks explains. >> reporter: entire towns have been wiped out. some towns in haiti can't be accessed right now. the roads, bridges all washed away. the power is out. not expected to be restored anytime soon. >> a lot of people are not able to contact anyone because there is no electricity in these areas. >> reporter: a local haitian leader she and others are planning a relief effort. hurricane matthew ripped through southwest and north haiti. some of the stories she heard from a friend are heartbreaking. >> he heard a story of a parent who was holding a five-year-old, the hands of a five-year-old the wind came and took the child away and they don't know when they will find that body. >> reporter: she said the death
toll of 900 to rise. she fears many people had no means to prepare and covered by crumbling buildings. >> you talk about people who had very few items and felt they were important to protect, thinking maybe it's a simple rainstorm that was going to pass through. right now the u.s. navy iwo iwo jima is on the way with 500 marines. >> we imagine prices of food has gone up in the entire nation because we're talking about the effects of sea water on in the farmlands. >> reporter: where i am at right now the ebenezer haitian baptist church. local leaders are meeting next saturday. if you want to help you need to be here at that time. bob brooks, channel 6 "action
news." >> today marks the last day you'll see donald trump's name on a can a -- casino in atlantic city. the taj mahal will close for good. the casino's current other than karl ichan was unable to reach a deal with the workers. it is the 5th casino in atlantic city closed over the past 3 years. from our delaware newsroom, delaware spca new location in stanton will reopen. the shelter will reopen in phases beginning with monthly vaccines later this month. there are no plans to reopen the entire shelter i felt. >> after a week off, the eagles get back to work they are in detroit this afternoon and looking to remain under defeated for the season. >> the team arrived in the motor city fresh and ready to play, this is a new team since
the birds the lions in detroit. they suffered a bruising loss. eagles players are confident with carson wentz and return home with a 4-0 record. they are one of three teams in the nfl going into the game undefeated. him kickoff is at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon. happening today, philadelphia hosts its annual columbus day parade. you can watch it live on 6abc this afternoon. the parade begins at broad and morris street and ends at marconi plaza with a festival celebrating italian roots. there's foot and merriment and music. the coverage aft parade begins -- of the parade begins at 12:30. i will co-host with the owner of
chickee and pete's. the grand marshall is danny aiello. priscilla is coming, too. >> big honors for a beloved late pennsylvania congressman, a navy ship bears the name of a marine war veteran who represented the commonwealth for three decades. >> hurricane matthew may have wreaked havoc on the florida coastline. but it reaped one reward, we'll explain. sky6 live hd looking at wilmington, delaware, i don't want to use the word miss -- miserable, but it's a good day to sleep in. meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. he'll a look at when the rain subsides this afternoon. well here's an odd after
effect of hurricane matthew, a bald eagle had to be rescued after it flew into the front grill of a car. the eagles was unable to get free, the driver stopped and called for help. rescue crews freed the bird and put him in a cage and took him to a local wildlife sanctuary to make sure he is doing okay and get checked out. it's a beauty. >> reporter: i hope it's not a sign our eagles will be run over
in detroit today. >> no this happened in florida. >> reporter: let's talk about the wet weather in the delaware and the lehigh valleys. everything is football with me, especially this time of the year. let's go live on sky6 live hd. we're looking at the commodor barry bridge, wet out there, lots of rain. farther north you go we have clouds and damp conditions and patchy fog. let's flip it over to the radar. we have bands over philadelphia stretching southward and baltimore and washington, d.c. and one hugging the coast from surf city to cape may. some of the rainfall totals have been byes everybody. we'll zoom into south jersey, this is the outer band in trenton, all the way down to wilmington, and then there's this band right here, just off the coast this is actually working this way, so it should be moving onshore shortly. rainfall totals very, very impressive. take a look at this as i flip it
over to the doppler radar estimates. cape may county, 2.8 in dell haven and the villas. gloucester and camden counties in south jersey, 2 1/2 inches of rain. sussex county delaware, closing in on 5. ocean city maryland more than 6 inches. down in through here we just missed out not by much between 4 and 6 inches of rain on the delmarva. heavy stuff is out of our picture here, but we've seen our fair share over the last 24 hours. it started yesterday with a couple of showers around lunchtime. it got heavier and heavier as the day wore on. periods of heavy rain this is the last of it, outer bands of what was once hurricane matthew. there's the clearing line. once that pushes through, it will push through 11:00 a.m.
the skies will brighten up a little bit. generally speaking once that pulls through, the skies brighten up that's it, it turns breezy and cooler. flood warning continues for southern kent county in delaware, here's dover, here, we're 20 to 30 miles per hour to the south. harrington river view, heavy rain over 2 inches. there's the flood advisory for cape may county and southern atlantic county in south jersey, additional inch is possible there. low lying flooding is possible there. the center of the storm is pushing off cape hatteras north carolina. huge shield of moisture to the north getting as far north as southern new england. there's the clearing line cutting the state of pennsylvania in half. that will get through after lunchtime. future tracker 6:10 a.m., cloudy in philadelphia, showers in south jersey, all that works its way out to sea. 2:00 p.m., brightening skies to the west.
cloudy across south jersey and delaware, that clearing line progresses east during the day. 5:00 p.m. it's bright and sunny throughout the entire viewing area the exception being the coastal communities along ocean and atlantic counties in south jersey. temperatures plummet overnight tonight. as the storm pulls away we get the canadian high pressure pulling in. overnight lows in the 40s. cooler day, windy later this afternoon, morning rain followed by sunshine, look for highs around 63. again, the idea going hour by hour, it's a gray morning, brightening of the skies later on. 60 by 1:00 p.m. overnight tonight, sharply cooler and breezy, mainly clear, 40 degrees, 39 in the outlying suburbs, 46 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, once we get past today, it's smooth sailing. the rest of the seven-day forecast is lovely, breezy and pleasant for columbus day, fall like, high of 63. tuesday, sunny and nice, 65.
wednesday, 67. thursday that's the nicest day in the seven-day forecast, sunny and warm, 72. >> tranquil. >> reporter: i thought i needed a new adjective. >> tranquil. the rain couldn't people away from the ceremonial commissioning of a ship named after a long time congressman this is the u.s.s. john p.murtha. thousands were on hand at penns landing including nancy pelosi. it is 840 feet long and 105 wide. it can carry 800 men and women on humanitarian missions. public tours are being held today. (vo) shop all makes, models and colors in your neighborhood...
what? is he gone?? finally, i thought he'd never leave... tv character: why are you texting my man at 2 a.m.? no... if you want someone to leave you alone, you pretend like you're sleeping. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. tv character: taking selfies in the kitchen does not make you a model. live at the ben franklin bridge, you can see it's dreary and gray out there. the good news we have a
beautiful, crisp, chris said tranquil fall week ahead. >> hurricane matthew could put a temporary halt to reproduction of mosquitoes that carry zika virus. after a storm, the pop drops because many are washed away by flooding wall. many are washed away from stagnant places. there have been 141 cases reported in florida since the end of july mainly in the miami area. >> "healthcheck" be a warning about taking herbal and dietary supplements could damage your liver. researchers have discovered that one in five cases of liver damage comes from taking supplements that has doubled in ten years. half of adults take supplements to improve their diets. doctors involved in the study say liver damage from taking supplements is rare, but it can
happen if you overuse them or combine them with other supplements for a long period of time or combine them with conventional medications. a ground breaking trial in texas performed a wombed transplant using live donors. three wombs shto be removed -- had to be removed because of poor blood flow. a transplant performed on a 30-year-old in sweden is the first person to give birth after receiving a uterus after her mother. she and her son share an unusual bond they were both born in the same womb. we'll be right back.
everyone, 9:24 sunday morning, the remnants of matthew is spinning its wheels off the coast of cape hatteras, north carolina and heading out to sea. if you remember for the last several days, the models were suggesting that matthew would hug the coast and make a crazy loop back toward the blawms or the tip -- bahamas or the tip of florida. instead it got caught up in the trough, the approaching frontal system that is knocking on the door right now. it got caught up in this and lifted it to the north. it's not making the loop and lifting to the north. saturday -- as a result, the rain shield got you will the way into southern new england. some of the headlines of matthew it was the 5th hurricane shseason. cuba picked up 155-mile an hour gusts. savannah georgia, 18 inches of
rain. i-95 was closed for a time because of the flooding in south carolina. alicia. >> well, controversial halloween costume will no longer be sold by walmart an amazon have removed this, the so-called tranny granny costume it's include a head scarf and padding. it sparked outrage online with many saying it's offensive to the transgender community. military members helped an 8-year-old boy focusing on something other than his battle with cancer. service members at the air force base andrew escorted kwami on base and swore him and gave him his wing man for the day. he got a chance to fly a helicopter simulator. >> it's thrilling, exiting,
most speck lakhdar thing i've ever done. i feel special. >> you are special. >> kwami has a rare malignant brain tumor which helps -- the foundation helps children. sparky of north dakota has been noticing -- mowing lawns for a reason. he decided to mow lawns to pay for a proper headstone to honor the man he never got to know. a company that makes headstones has decided to pick up the stab after hearing his story. >> you have to hear from the family involved. i posted this on at a facebook page. story left me in a puddle of tears. else a special little guy. >> if you're looking for a job,
you can make yourself stand out from the crowd. we have the story of a california man who really sweetened the deal for job recruiters. plus, honest is the best policy. we introduce you to a woman who did the right thing when an atm went awry. those stories and more, plus, meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues. i spent many years as a nuclear missile launch officer.
if the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. we guarantee to make switching easier. we'll show up on time. you're right on time. as promised, to install fios and set up the wi-fi that janet, jamie, jenny, jemma and jasmine need on their birthday. thank you. for all their new devices. you can't break me. you want a piece of cake? switching to fios is easier than ever. now get 100 meg internet, plus tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online. cable can't offer these speeds at this price. only fios can.
an impact on our area, we're tracking outer bands soaking the delaware valley this morning. police in california have arrested a man wanted in a shooting that killed two officers and wounded another. >> plus, it will be a crucial debate tonight, some say particularly for donald trump in the wake of a very chaotic weekend for the president recall nominee. this is has more high profile republicans drop their support and questions about clinton this weekend. >> now the details it's a soggy start to our sunday morning. we have hurricane matthew to thank for it. sky6 live hd taking a live look outside at conditions along the jersey shore in cape may, the massive storm divide expect acheses and did in fact put a damper on our week. matthew you were not invite the here, but came anyway.
it's not a complete washout says meteorologist chris sowers. >> reporter: as a matter of fact in the next couple of hours things will wind down as the system pulls away. remember earlier this month, before october began we were in a 3, 4-inch deficit we had a drought. now we're in a 4 to 6 surplus. these are the outer bands of matthew starting to work onshore in the coastal communities and the city of philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs. the center of the storm is right here and working out to sea. there's the tail end right there. by 11:00 a.m. it should come to an end. doylestown seeing wet weather, norristown, malvern, coatsville reporting rain drops this morning but it's clear in oxford, cloudy, but not raining in york. lancaster, pottstown dry, maybe it's damp not raining there, lehigh valley, as well. steady rains across south jersey
and delaware. we have a flood advisory for cape may and southern atlantic county 11:45 a.m. when i come back i'll let you know when they comes to an end and we'll talk cooler in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> you can stay on top of the accuweather forecast and check storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at 6abc.com/weather. donald trump and hillary clinton will square off in their second debate this one more prirve -- pivotal than the first because of a leaked decade old video. >> abc karen travers joins us live at the site of the debate, washington university in saint louis. both candidates are under fire expected to answer tougher questions tonight.
>> reporter: the stakes are high for trump even before the audio came out monday night. some are calling for him to drop out of the race and many are withdrawing their support. donald trump he loves twitter got online and said this, tremendous support except for republican leadership. another sign that trump is not going anywhere. yesterday when he was scheduled to do debate prep he holed up with his advisor and planned damage control. a lewd and graphic recording from 2005 first report the by the washington post. the billionaire caught on a hot mic with tv host billy bush. talking about an attempt to sleep with a married woman. he bragged the status as a celebrities give him a free pass
to grope women. >> do anything. >> reporter: hillary clinton tweeted this is horrific, we can not allow this man to become president. mitt romney and members of congress, the chair of the rnc condemning trump's comments. house speaker paul ryan said he was sickened by what he heard. a planned campaign event, did not happen. >> reporter: clinton got a solid bounce out of the first debate. she has a five point lead over trump in one national poll. the same poll before the first debate had trump on top. is this trump as last chance to turn things around. >> give me a break, do you think that hillary clinton is debate preception for three or fours days, hillary clinton is resting. >> reporter: trump's campaign says he has the advantage you can focus on the audience.
one potential pitfall, half the questions are coming from the audience. no audio. and will it be jane q citizen that asks the question that gets him to respond to the video. officials say trump is going on the attack and go after bill clinton. one top trump advisor tells us when it comes to donald trump and preparations donald trump will do whatever he wants to do. reporting live from saint louis, karen travers abc news. >> the deadline to register to vote in pennsylvania is this tuesday. in delaware, it's october 15. and in new jersey the last day is october 18. and be sure to tune into the second presidential debate at 9:00 p.m. it's a town hall style debate co-moderated by abc's martha raddatz.
an accident during a fall cleanup event led to a man's death. emergency crews were called to the township station in lower merion. a 68-year-old man was unloading trash from a u-haul when he fell 45 into a refuge pit. the man was rushed to the hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. police arrested a man they say shot and killed two police officers in palm springs california. overnight police salute the their caskets as the procession was underway. other officers surrounded the home capturing the alleged shooter. police say the shooter opened fire while talking to the officers while responding to a family dispute. one of the officers killed had just returned from maternity leave. the other was a veteran of the force. >> i'm a wake in a nightmare right now. that's me, but you know what, as the chief of police i have to
step forward and stay focused. >> a third officer was wounded in the shooting. police say the shooter was known to them. >> the new york bombing suspect as father said his family is being punished for his son's wrong doing. in an interview with the associated press he said the fbi failed back in 2014 when he contacted them with concerns that his son may be a terrorist. he also says that is wife and son were turned back when they tried to fly from afghanistan. ahmad khan rahami is accused of planting bombs in new york. he remains in the hospital for gunshot wounds. former aid of chris christie said they discussed
plans with kelly who was accused of helping to plan the shut down of lanes of george washington bridge always political retaliation. >> they say the truest test of a person's character is what they do when no one is watching. the delaware county mom became the best example for two children when the unexpected happen at an atm. >> reporter: if you ever had a problem at the atm most of us know of this. >> usually when atms malfunction it's not money coming out. >> reporter: but christ ten in a -- christina, a registered nurse went to a wells fargo machine. >> i took the money out from my own account. the government slot came out and $20 bills came out. i was shocked, it seemed like good out of a movie. the machine wouldn't stop. they were coming out in stacks
and singles as well. you could tell the machine was malfunctioning. when it was over the machine spewed out $380 that wasn't hers. >> it wouldn't be right to take it. >> reporter: you know and i know there are a lot of other people out there if they had seen 308 bucks spewing out of the atm they would have run with the money, but not christina edwards. >> inwhat it's like to struggle -- i know what it's like to struggle, $380 is not pennies. >> a customer asked if it was his money, but said he would take it. a spokesman for wells fargo said we are indeed grateful for the person who brought this to our attention and returned excess funds. by the way it's not like the single mother of two could have used the money.
>> absolutely. i'm one person i only have one income with my children, of course i could have used it, it wasn't mine. there are people in much worse circumstances than me. dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> she's awesome. >> good for her. a great example for her two kids doing the right thing. >> the eagles ready for action on the gridiron an a week's rest. carson wentz will face the lions in the motor city, this time as one of the few undefeated teams in the nfl. police come to the aid of a child trapped in floodwaters in the aftermath of hurricane matthew. a live look sky6 live hd looking through the temple university camera. hurricane matthew having some effects here in our area. meteorologist chris sowers with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. a look at the rain when when it
when i was
one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. at ikea, we believe that everything - from your lamp to your couch - should work as hard as you do. that green living is something everyone can afford. that you can sacrifice everything but a good night sleep. and we believe your furniture should last happily ever after. make the dream yours with ikea.
police in fayetteville, north carolina came to the rescue of a mother and her baby stuck in floodwaters in hurricane matthew yesterday. police were driving around in military vehicle when they spotted the woman with the submerged car. the baby was in the car. the video shows the officers taking the crying baby. fayetteville airport received 13 1/2 inches of rain by yesterday afternoon. >> this is so beautiful. you can see the baby's face so well in the video and the family, so happy for them. >> reporter: fayetteville was one of the hardest hit areas, northern part of fayetteville picked up 17-inch of rain. that's a half year's worth of rain in one day. let's go outside sky6 live hd there's the view looking at the penns landing, the u.s.s. murtha
getting wet. we have rain many of us getting. as we flip it over to the radars, the heavy rain closer to the water. heavy band southward in wilmington and dover. we have a flood warning in kent county for the next half-hour or so. that will expire once the band pulls off the coast. you can see the tail end of the rain getting closer and closer to the city of philadelphia. we may not see rain for the next week. some of it is heavy at this point. there's doylestown, so this little band stretching down through new castle and kent county in delaware and working east. so the heavier band should get over salem, government and camden counties in south jersey probably within the next 45 health insurance or so. the center of the storm is off the screen here off the coast of the virginia capes and cape hatteras and pulling away
working to the east taking the moisture along with it. in the storm's wake once the canadian air settles in, these numbers will plummet overnight tonight. temperatures will top out in the low 60s. millville, 55. on top of the cooler conditions we have a gusty breeze out of the north, northwest, now, note the direction out of the northwest that's a dry wind flow for us. this will dry everything up this afternoon. gusting up to 36 miles per hour in millville. close to 40 in dover. 24 in cape may. mid 20s for the lehigh valley. national weather service issued a wind advisory for all areas shaded in the tan color. gusts as high as 45 miles per hour, especially down the shore where you're closer to the storm interior sections of the state of delaware and parts of delmarva, gusts could be stronger out of the viewing area. the remnants of matthew continue to work out to sea. there's the center of the storm
right about there. it's become extra tropical in nature meaning it has no hurricane characteristics any more. the storm is pulling away. we have a couple of more hours to go. the hurricane force winds it's that little dot around the center of the storm. these are tropical storm force winds. this is really a breezy day, this yellow shade here. look how quickly that work out, this is long gone and north of bermuda. wind gusts with the storm. it's very, very strong across the carribean. it made laferl in cuba -- in cuba. 155 miles per hour. cape canaveral in florida, 107. daytona beach, 90. jacksonville, 87 miles per hour. back home in the philadelphia area. 10:00 a.m., raining for the jersey shore.
should be done in philadelphia. skies brightening up north and west, you can see the clearing line marching east as the day wears on. 5:00 p.m., a lot of us enjoying mostly sunny skies, 63 in philadelphia. morning rain, some afternoon sun turning windy and cooler. reading, 66. allentown, 65. millville, 61. cape may, 61 degrees. you get the idea here lots of clouds and rain this morning, brighter skies later this afternoon. 1:00 p.m., 60. 3:00 p.m., 63. 5:00 p.m., 62. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, looks pretty good from this point on, once we get past today. 63 today, 63 tomorrow. but it's a drier day. columbus day looks beautiful. breezy and pleasant. sunny and nice, tuesday, 65. wednesday looks good, another day in the 60s, thursday is the winner. sunny and pleasant high of 72. even friday and saturday, 65 degrees for both days. all in all not a bad seven-day forecast. just a miserable next are 45 minutes or so.
>> and then it's done. >> chris you're a newlywed you'll like this story. a contest this weekend gave new meaning to the phrase carry your wife over the threshhold. this is the 2016 north american wife carrying championship. they have to carry their wives there an obstacle course and water hazard. more than 40 couples competed for the bragging rights and 11 cases of beer plus five times the wife's weight in cash. that's what the winner got. we'll be right back. full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it. do you own a plane? do you own a bank? pat toomey owned both. but it's the fact that toomey
owns a seat in the u.s. senate
that should really concern us. while on the senate banking committee, pat toomey voted to rewrite rules to help bankers like him ...and he tried to
eliminate protections put in place to stop wall street's risky practices. pat toomey: looking out for wall street and himself, not pennsylvania. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
hoping to get a job in marketing got attention to his unique approach to his job search. he is from will will it -- lithowania, and lives in san francisco. he dressed as a donut deliver guy and handed the treats to the top executives with his resume inside. >> it's sounds like he is a a go-getter he will do whatever it takes to get the job. i would higher him. >> and guess what, after 40 delivers, he landed ten
interviews, no word if any ended in the job. most resumes ends up in trash, my ends up in your belly, the donut effect. go lou can you -- lucas, i woulr him. the military has this, a stealth bomber and now a stealth suv, chevy colorado. it's has a hydrogen fuel cell it so quiet it can run in stealth mode. the 34eu89 plans to begin field teeing the vehicle next year. you knew it was coming, data plans for drones, right? verizon says it's working with drone makers to connect the devices to wireless networks. prices will be in line fore what you're paying now with data.
wegmans ez meals. dinner's not just delicious, it's done. [mmmm] chicken cacciatore... boneless chicken in our very own seasoned tomato sauce with peppers, mushrooms and basil. braised to perfection thanks to our unique ez oven packaging. it's ready to cook. just pop it in the oven and dinner's ready. delicious, fresh, easy. wegmans ez meals. [alright] i would support legislation in pennsylvania that would ban abortion and i would suggest we have penalties for doctors who perform them. would you put people in jail for performing abortions? at some point doctors performing abortions i think would be subject to that sort of penalty. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet. which means that in the time it takes mrs. wagner's car to arrive for the airport, she can use fios to download the movie "up in the air" to watch while she's...up in the air. that's the power of fiber optics. and right now get our best offer ever, super fast 100 meg internet, tv and phone for just $69.99 per month online. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good. only fios can. frida is a work of art.and frida appreciate the arts. they get inspired by new meow mix bistro recipes, made with real chicken for delicious bistro flavor. no wonder it's the only one cats ask for by name. eagles are in detroit right now in 3 hours they will face the lions following a bye week. >> not only are they fresh and
ready to play they are one of the few nfl teams undefeated. here's ducis rogers. >> reporter: good morning, the eagles are rolling these days, they hope the bye week has not slowed them down. this afternoon they happen visit the hapless lions, jamie apody is with the birds. >> reporter: that's detroit, that's canada. the eagles have arrived the last time they were in town was thanksgiving day they left with a 31 point loss that left a bitter taste in the mouths of all the eagles especially hometown kid bran dom graham. >> i'm excited to be hear, it's a precious moment to play in your hometown and against your hometown, something i dream about all the time. >> you guys coming in undefeated, feel like new team, new year. >> new team, new year, everybody is fresh and ready to go, and we all behind wentz, and
we going to make sure we put him in good situations. >> how many friends and family in the stands? >> probably hundreds of family but not all on my dime. in detroit, michigan jamie apody channel 6 "action news." >> reporter: college football penn state, james franklin was on the hot seat he got a vote of confidence ahead of yesterday's game against maryland. the lions never trail. second quarter, barclay, talented tailback, are 45-yard touchdown run. he rushes for 202 yards. penn state up by 10 at the break. late in the quarter, plenty of time. 07 yards, penn state wins 38-14. the lion's next game in two weeks against number two, ohio state. the sixers preseason schedule took them to cleveland to face the nba cavaliers, no
okafor, no nerlens noel, but we get a look at lmb. at ikea, we believe that everything - from your lamp to your couch - should work as hard as you do. that green living is something everyone can afford. that you can sacrifice everything but a good night sleep. and we believe your furniture should last happily ever after.
october 9. gray is off, alicia vitarelli joins us. >> in the news, shot and killed in fronts of his own mother. police are looking for a suspect in the latest murder in chester. we're live on the scene with the latest on the investigation. >> a camden county firefighter is taken to the hospital, hurt while battling a blaze in a home overnight. >> plus, rain is soaking a large part of the delaware valley. how long will the soggy weather stick around? let's go outside to meteorologist chris sowers with the word from accuweather. good morning, guys hopefully not too much longer. what a miserable morning. we have the rain falling we had 1 to 2 inches of rain. we have puddles out here, we have the wind picking up it's a wind driven soaking rain. the outer edge closing in on the city city of philadelphia. that's the back edge of the remnants of matthew.
we have bands near sea isle city and a cape may and atlantic city him there's kind of two areas of heavy rains this morning. let's zoom into philadelphia, you can see the yellows there's representing the steady driving rain from doylestown to philadelphia and wilmington and looks like chadds ford you're seeing moderate rain as well. coatsville, it's dry, downingtown, no longer raining, honeybrook in the clear right now. there's the tail end will get through the city of philadelphia in the next hour or so. flood advisory for cape may county and southern atlantic county this is one of the locations that picked up a tremendous amount of rain in the last 24 hours. we've seen doppler radar of 2 to 4 inches. if you're an area that floods during a heavy rain event monitor your surrounding closely as flooding is expected over the next couple of hours before things get better.
rainfall totals, some are official, some need to be update. cape may, more than 2 inches of rain. dover, 1.3 inches of rain. remnants of matthew pull away after lunch. it's not a total loss today, but the morning obviously could be better, but when we come back in just a few minutes we'll talk about a beautiful, gorgeous, fall-like the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, guys. >> thank you. police if delaware county are investigating the murder of a man killed right in front of his own mother. they say the gunman burst into the home overnight and shot the man. bob brooks on the scene and joins us live with the details. bob. >> reporter: nydia, alicia, just really a horrible and sad thing that happened done here. i will bring up video.
everyone take a look at the screens right now. what we know after 2:00 a.m., suspects barged into the home on third street in chester they shot and killed a 20-year-old in front of his mother, unbelievable. at this point a motive is unknown. we're hearing the victim was part of the community, a young leader who gave haircuts to those who couldn't afford them out of his house where he lived with his mom and step dad. the victim 20 years old unfolding right in front of his mother. no word of any suspect descriptions, no word of a motive. police need help with this one, if you know anything call chester police, reporting live in chester, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> a south jersey firefighter is recovering this morning after being hurt while battling a blaze overnight. firefighters were called to the 1,000 broke of oak wood avenue in gloucester township at
3:00 a.m. when they arrived flames were shooting from the second floor of the home. it took a half-hour to get the fire under control. a firefighter was taken to kennedy hospital for heat exhaustion. heessayed to be in good -- he is said to be in good condition. the second presidential day beat is hours -- debate is hours away in st. louis i say. rob portman said his presidential vote will go to mike pence not trump. last night trump vowed to stay in the race despite calls for him to drop out. >> anyone who knows me, knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said, i was wrong, and i apologize. >> democratic nominee hillary clinton could have to answer for speeches she made to wall street moguls reporting free trade and
other policy she opposes. trump may turn the debate into a refuse referendum on her marriage. tune in tonight, it's a town hall style debate co-moderated by martha raddatz beginning on 6abc at 9:00 p.m. dozens of people were hurt when a commuter train sideswiped a work train east of new hyde park, new york. 11 of the injured went to the hospital. no injuries were life threatening. 600 people were on board the commuter train that left out of penn station. the national transportation safety board will investigate the crash. it comes ten days after the deadly crash of a new jersey transit train tahoe boaken station. -- at the hoboken station.
rail service is going to resume at the tran -- strain station in hoboken. when service resumes there will be a rule in place, a conductor will be required to join the engineer whenever the train pulls into the terminal. the train was traveling twice the speed limit before it hit the station. in the wake of a creepy clown panic across the region, one school district has banned clown costumes for halloween. several teens have been arrested and charge for targeting schools and students. montclair school district has banned clown costumes. any student showing up in a clown costume will be asked to change or be sent home. tomorrow morning the taj mahal is closing its doors for good that brings an end to trump's legacy in the seaside
resort. the current owner, karl ichan has been unable to reach a deal with workers who have been on strike since july. it's the 5th casino to close over the past 3 years. from our delaware newsroom this morning. spca flagship location in stanton is due to reopen. the shelter will reopen in phases beginning with monthly vaccine clinics later this month. however there are no plans to reopen the shelter i felt. >> the eagles get back to work they are in detroit looking to remain undefeated for the season. the team arrived in the motor city fresh and ready to play. this is the new game since the birds played the lie -- lions last thanksgiving. they suffered a bruising lost.
they are one of three teams in the nfl coming into the game undefeated. kickoff is at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon. and happening today, philadelphia holds the annual columbus day parade. you can watch the live on 6abc. it begins at broad and morris street and ends at marconi plaza with a festival celebrating italian roots. it's a wonderful day grand marshall is actor danny aiello. i will lead our coverage along chickee and pete's other owner. chris sowers says the rain will be gone by then. don't rain on our parade. >> 10:08 a.m. a teacher made a special moment in her life special for her students, as well. we have a picture from that day that touched all their lives. plus, the island nation of
she stays late. but she gets paid 21% less than her male coworkers.
pat toomey has voted time after time against equal pay for women, against pay that helps hard working families get ahead. katie o/c: for my daughters and yours, i'll fight for equal pay for women. families need it; you've earned it. katie v/o: i'm katie mcginty, and i approve this message because it's your turn to get ahead. blamed for ten deaths in the
united states including two people in the north carolina who were swept away in their car by floodwaters. this morning the storm is slowlily moving out to sea as it dumps more than a foot of rain on north carolina flooding homes and businesses 100 miles inland. dozens of people in the state had to be rescued from their cars. that storm knocked out power to more than a million people in the southeastern section of the u.s. some residents have returned to their florida homes only to find them destroyed. of course in haiti it is a grim scene, local haitian leaders are organizing efforts to help residents of the storm crippled nation. many are having trouble reaching their relatives in haiti and fearing the worst. the death toll stands at 470. power is out over much of haiti. many homes were flattened by the powerful winds and the storm ruined many of their agricultural hubs.
a local meeting to organize relief efforts will be held saturday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. at the ebenezer haitian baptist church in philadelphia all are welcome. they need our help. it maine -- may not have been ideal conditions for a wedding in wilmington, north carolina. they planned to say i do on bald head island, but they had to scrap the plans because of matthew. they exchanged vows in wilmington. after the rain stopped the wedding party went outside and took the wedding photos in the flooded streets. they have a great story to tell and unique pictures. a memorable wedding indeed. >> rain is good luck on a wedding day what's flooding? [laughter]. >> reporter: let's get you outside, and show you what's going on. we're live in cape may, it's a soggy morning, lots of rain as
it is coming down at times the outer what are called feared bands -- feeder bands, hurricane matt that you lashed out at the jersey shore. storm tracker 6 live double scan, we pretty much set it in motion for you here and again look at the banding, this is showing we're dry at this point. all these areas are in the clear now, honeybrook and coatsville and oxford. it will get through philadelphia in the next hour from that point on it continues to march east and closes in on the coast. here's the movement. again, this is a heavy band here. we have another heavy band for belmawr point pleasant beach to cape may, sea isle city, avalon, all the beachfront communities seeing wind and heavy rain this morning. right now looks like interior sections of south jersey picking up a little bit of a lull.
you will see that work east and over by you guys, in the next half-hour. flood warning continues it's been extended for southern kent county and delaware, heavy rains over 3 inches have fallen. still anticipating a half inch to an inch. riverville, harrington, all win the warned area. we have a flood advisory for cape may and southern atlantic counties in south injuries. that's in effect for -- south jersey, that's been effect for a couple of hours. winds gusting up to 20 miles per hour, the storm is pulling away, the storm blows in counter clockwise slicker -- owe circulation. it's another hour or two before things improve. there's the remnants of matthew right there. the storm came up instead of doing the loopdeloop back down, it will head due east and out to
sea. the rain shield got lifted because of the cold front that got siphoned to the north. that's why we're seeing heavy rain this morning. here's a look at it on the water vapor loop. that's bone-dry air. rains from washington, d.c. to new england drier air is pushing east in the next a couple of hours. with the storm to the south, savannah georgia got 18 inches. 14 in beaufort, south carolina the fayetteville more than a foot. charleston, ten inches of rain. lots of flooding down there. future tracker 6 midday cloudy in the city, sun and clouds west of philadelphia. still hanging on for showers for the jersey shore. 4:00 p.m. all that is gone. skies are beginning to brighten up. later in the evening we go clear that allows temperatures to
plummet overnight. reading, 39. allentown, 41, the poconos 36 maybe patchy frost and low to mid 40s for south jersey and delaware. morning rain probably another hour or two, skies brighten up after 2:00 p.m., windy, 63 degrees does forecasted high. hour by hour, very damp 2:11 p.m. periods of rain. 56. 3:00 p.m., 63. 5:00 p.m., 62. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 63 again tomorrow. a much nicer 63. breezy and pleasant for columbus day. breezy, sunny and nice, 65. wednesday, clouds and sun, 67. thursday, 72 degrees, a comfortable week overall. >> 11:07. the tap turns off. >> for years black friday has been creeping deeper into thanksgiving day, this year the mall of america in minnesota is
taking a stand and choosing to close its doors on thanksgiving day. 400,000 people shop at the mall on the holiday weekend that includes black friday. this year mall officials say thanksgiving is a day for family. the decision is being applauded by many especially mall employees. >> literally had tears of joy. >> everybody wants to spend thanksgiving day with their families. >> we're thrilled to be able to do that this year with the mall of america support. >> the mall will have security in place for any store that chooses to open on the holiday. most of the stores have said they will take the mall's advice and follow their lead and close on thanksgiving day. this morning, good news for those who are concerned that their samsung galaxy note 7 phone might catch fire. verizon and sprint will allow customers to trade in their device for a different one after a phone believed to be a
♪ with this level of engineering... it's a performance machine. with this degree of intelligence... it's a supercomputer. with this grade of protection... it's a fortress. and with this standard of luxury... it's an oasis. introducing the completely redesigned e-class. it's everything you need it to be...and more. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. what's going viral in the social corner. >> this is where we chat about
the videos and i am a.j.s -- images every is chatting about. how beautiful is this a monarch butterfly interrupts a photo shoot with a qua -- koala bear. he takes a liking to the butterfly. it eventually landed on her head and the tip of her nose where it stayed for sometime. that's a great photo shoot. i think they call that photo bombing. >> i want to let you know you inspire me to be a better teacher you make me want to come to school everyday. >> yes, you. >> you. >> you make me feel special. >> you are special. >> this video has gone viral
between teachers and her students. the teacher issued a challenge asking them to tell an individual student they are important and appreciated. the 6 minute video shows dozens of interactions that have been seen more than 5 million times. >> a kentucky special education teacher boyfriend proposed in front of her students she knew she had to include them in the wedding. she works with children who have down syndrome. she invited them to be a part of it. they were ring barriers and flower girls in the wedding party. she took a picture with all the students. these wedding photos have been viewed so far more than 7,000 times and it's not hard to see why. >> they are so sweet. tell us what you think about the videos by going to our facebook and twitter accounts. >> meteorologist chris sowers takes a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a moment. >> we'll be right back.
but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. the real story on pat toomey. on background checks for gun buyers... toomey has shown the courage few others have... toomey steps up on checks... toomey is on the right side...
state leaders should follow toomey lead. no wonder leading pennsylvania police organizations endorse pat toomey as best to protect our families. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. (vo) when it comes to your favorite pennsylvania lottery pick games, it's smart to add the new wild ball to your game. sally plays 1 2 3, just like she does every day. but today she adds wild ball. because sally chose to get extra chances to win by playing wild ball, (sally) yah! (vo) she can now replace the number 4 with tonight's wild ball, number 3. making her a winner! (sally) thanks, wild ball! (vo) don't change the way you play, change the way you win! learn more at palottery.com.
later on 6abc, here's matt o'donnell with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, everyone i hope you're having a great sunday. coming up on inside story, donald trump's last chance be could be in pennsylvania while hillary clinton has a sizable lead according to the polls that have come recently. what is trump to do to grab the state. it might decide the election.
that's on the plate of discussion. we have to talk about the senate race between pat toomey and katie mcginty. the polls are all over the place. there's gobs of money being thrown into it. we'll preview the second debate tonight and talk about the race for attorney general coming up on inside story. >> time for a check of accuweather. >> reporter: we have periods of rain this morning, some of it is heavy. we are expecting brighter conditions later this afternoon. morning rain followed by afternoon sun, breezy and cooler, highs today around 63 with the wind it will feel like the 50s all day. we could have gusts as high as 45 miles per hour at times especially areas south of philadelphia. there's a wind advisory for cape may, cumberland and atlantic counties until 6:30 p.m. columbus day, breezy and pleasant 63. the entire forecast is beautiful. the whole week lots of sunshine and comfortably cool temperatures, very fall like.
thursday, surprise winner, 72. lots of sunshine, tranquil conditions friday and saturday, everything looks good. next couple of hours not. >> this week with george stephanopoulos is coming up next, he has a lot of to discuss with the second presidential debate hours away. >> george will talk about the bomb shell video that has a growing rank of republicans dropping support of their presidential nominee. >> reporter: coming coming up on this week, the biggest october surprise the bomb shell tape showing donald trump bragging about his sexual conquest disturbing and shocking calling for dense to abandoned the ticket over the course this weekend can he survive what will he will say in the big debate. mayor rudy giuliani will join
us, donna brazil, the chair of dnc. >> we'll be watching. and the debate everyone will be hanging on every word across america. "action news" continues at noon. dramatic video on the water, a pleasure boat overturns pitching 30 people into the water. >> we'll be live from the motor city as the eagles try to settle a score with the detroit lions and try to stay undefeated. for gray hall, alicia vitarelli, chris sowers i'm nydia han. we'll see you back here at noon and you'll see alicia in the columbus day parade. >> and you will see jamie in detroit.
>> right now on "this week" with in george stephanopoulos. over the edge. >> anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who i am. >> hours away from the blockbuster debate rematch and donald trump not backing down star you can do anything. >> top republicans calling on trump to quit the race. will the gop abandon its own nominee? and has he finally gone too far? we talk to key trump adviser rudy giuliani and playing the blame game. >> bill clinton has abused women and hillary has bullied attacked shamed and intimidated his victims. >> donald trump has shown such a lack of respect for women.