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good afternoon it is sunday, october 9. gray is off, i'm nydia han. hers some of the stories we're following on "action news." an early-morning house fire sends a firefighter to the hospital. >> hurricane matthew leaves the south with more widespread flooding and 2 million people without power. the eagles are in the motor city hoping to notch another
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victory. more on the stories in a moment, but first let's check the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers at least the rain stopped, right, chris. >> reporter: now it's freezing out here nydia. good afternoon to you, the rain has shut off. it's raining across portions of south jersey and delaware. that line has cleared the city of philadelphia. now the winds are starting to pick up, temperatures are struggling only seeing numbers in the low 50s, so it is very, very chilly on this sunday afternoon. double scan live you can see the rain line cutting from browns mills in burlington county straight down to the south through vineland and millville and sussex county new jersey him all areas east of there, with light rain, all areas to the west clearing. overcast conditions hanging on, but at least the rain has stopped. the remnants of the hurricane matthew continue to work out to sea, all this left at this point a lot of cloud cover, a lot of clouds over top of the skyline
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here. blustery and cool. 54 in philadelphia. 59 in allentown. 51 in trenton. 51 in millville. dover, 53. wilmington, 56. it's only 49 degrees right now in the mountains, the higher elevations of the poconos. forecast for this afternoon, let's say clouds and sun, peeks of sun later on, it will be damp and windy, blustery. 6 # degrees is the forecasted high. some of you will wake up to frost tuesday morning. look at the overnight lows down into the mid 30s. i'll have that part of story in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when i come back in just a few minutes. for now, nydia it's chilly out here. >> thank you, another young life has been cut short by gun violence, this murder happened in front of the victim's family. chester police say a man was killed early this morning on third street and they need the public's help in catching who did it. bob brooks is live at the scene with more. good afternoon, bob. >> reporter: good afternoon,
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nydia, police tell us this 20-year-old was shot in front of his mother. a horrific thing what has happened. i spoke to neighbors who said they are not surprised it happened him they described the neighborhood as a war zone. we know after 2:00 a.m., suspects barged into the home on 3rd street they shot and killed the 20-year-old in front of his mother. unbelievable. a motive is unknown. we're hearing the victim was a really nice part of the community that he was trying to make it better giving haircuts to those who couldn't afford them out of his home where he lived with his mom and step dad, the neighbor said this happens all the time. >> it's bad around here, man, as far as killing and stuff and guns real bad. boyds that, the drugs, i mean, there ain't much for our kids, keep a close eye on them, keep them in sports and keep them out of trouble and go to school.
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>> back out here live, that's the home where this happened, just a few minutes ago family showed up, they are distraught, they did not wish to speak with us at this point. no word of any suspects, chester police need help with this one, if you know anything give them a call. reporting live in chester, bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. a south jersey firefighter is in good condition this noon after being hurt battling a blaze in gloucester township early this morning. the call went out at 3:00 a.m. in the 1,000 block of oakwood avenue. crews brought it under control in a half-hour. a firefighter suffered heat exhaustion and taken to kennedy hospital in washington township. there were no other injuries. donald i know you live in your own reality, but that is not the fact. >> but you have no plan. >> that was round one. tonight it's the second presidential debate with the
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election just a month away. it's a town hall style meeting with republican donald trump there to face questions about his lewd remarks about women caught on tape and hillary clinton is there to face questions about supporting free trade and other policy she owe e now opposes. dozens of republicans have dropped support for trump, rob portman said he is voting for mike pence for president. you can catch all the fireworks of the second debate at 6abc, it's co-moderated by abc's martha raddatz at 9:00 p.m. if you have not registered to vote, time is running out. tuesday is the deadline in pennsylvania. in delaware it's october 15. in new jersey, it's the last day is october 18. >> hurricane matthew has been downgraded and slowly making its exit off the east coast, but its impact may be felt for months in
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them north carolina a foot of rain caused flooding 100 miles inland. there were water rescues and more than 2 million people are without power and can be in the dark for a week or more. at least 15 people in the u.s. have lost their lives to matthew so far. in haiti, at least 900 are believed dead. officials fear cholera could become a danger, too. in north myrtle beach, south carolina some people won't have homes to return to. fire leveledded an apartment complex in terry grove section overnight. firefighters couldn't get to the blaze that jumped from rooftop to rooftop. residence in fayetteville, north carolina are grateful to new york's finest. task force team one rescued three people from on top of their suv caught by flash
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flooding. several rescue teams including one from philadelphia are in the storm zone. on to the eagles, now, they are in detroit this noon to avenge last year's thanksgiving loss to the lions be, our poad is live in -- our jamie apody is live in detroit right now. hi, jamie. i see you're in the lucky green dress. >> reporter: i couldn't forget the lucky green dress. for ban dan graham -- ndon graham is from here. the last time the eagles were in the buildings, they were beaten by 31 points. the birds warming up. everything is different, the coach, the quarterback, the
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record, the birds 3-0 hoping to stay undefeated getting set to face a 1-3 lions team is great for a win. it's all about the wentz wagon, everybody is on board. as good as he has been head coach said he can get better. >> he has gotten better each week. there's still on film that he can do better at progressions and reads. he has done a great job protecting the football which is the ultimate goal. he is slowly getting better with more reps and more times. >> it's only three games we have a lot of work to do, coming back after the bye week it's a new season, we're 0-0. we have to win everyday, you know. >> reporter: we'll have complete coverage tonight on "action news" sports sunday with all the post-game reaction from detroit after "action news" at 11:00 p.m. the guys some of them came on
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the field. you might notice the eagles are wearing pink cleats today in honor of breast cancer awareness, i, as nydia said him wearing the lucky green dress, i did not wash it, i do use the if fabrese sent to me by a viewer to keep it from being smelly. it's 57 degrees outside, luckily we're in a dome. it's chilly for a sleeveless dress, i'm a team player and will keep wearing it as long the eagles keep winning. nydia. >> you are a team player. this is the last day for the taj mahal casino motel. tomorrow morning it will be shut down for good putting three thousand workers out of jobs. karl ichan was unable to reach a deal with workers that went on strike in july. the 5th atlantic city casino
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to close in 3 years. >> philadelphia's columbus day parade steps off at 12:30. it ends at marconi plaza with a festival celebrating italian roots. alicia vitarelli hosts the parade along with pete chiarocchi and michael di pilla. >> 30 people are thrown into a water after a boat capsizes. >> and walk for those who have kidney diseases. when we come back, chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. katie v/o: she works hard.
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in palm springs california accused of killing two police officers and wounding a third. the officers were trying to resolve a family substitute -- dispute when police say the man pulled out a gun and fired. one officer was a 35 year veteran due to retire while the other returned from maternity leave. the third officer is hospitalized. 30 people are going to be okay after their boat capsized they had to be rescued from the cold waters of the san francisco bay. 27 adults and 3 children were on board. a 5-year-old boy who was not breathing when he was pulled out was revived and will survive. witnesses say nobody was wearing life jackets. >> time to turn to accuweather, you're shivering out there.
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>> reporter: winds were whipping across city avenue. it's rain cooled and very fall-like. blustery and crisp. tomorrow morning some of thele coldest temperatures will greet us. that's the big story now that the remnants of that you work out to sea -- matthew work out to sea, cooler cripples -- crisp air rushes in. medford lakes has showers, glassboro is clear. all areas west is clear. we're seeing mainly cloudy skies it is still damp. there are a lot of puddles out there, the rain has stopped. that's all the rain you'll see for the rest of the week. a flood warning for kent county and delaware, up until 12:45 another half-hour or so. picked up over 3 inches south of dover. this area between 3 and 4 inches
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of rain between river view and harrington. temperatures are on the chilly side. the winds are whipping around. we have gusts as high as 45 miles per hour. reading, 57. wilmington, 56. millville, 51. same thing with trenton, philadelphia, 54. cape may, 53. atlantic city, 52. add on top of that 32-mile gust in dover. 30 in atlantic city. 30 in millville. upper 20s to the northwest. note the wind direction you see the arrows it's a northwest breeze it will dry everything out, it will act as a blow drier and dry the roads and all the puddles up. later this afternoon increase in sunshine and drier conditions. wind advisory remains in effect until 6:00 p.m. could be as high as 45 miles per hour on along the shore and interior sections of atlantic and cumberland county all in the tail end of what was once hurricane matthew. the center is right there, a
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couple of hundred miles off the coast now. cape hatteras, north carolina. the rain shield lifted and got caught up in the trough of the front that was approaching from the west and lifted to the north. not what we were expecting, we picked up one to four inches of rain. a lot of 3 and 4 inches were down here, kent and sussex counties delaware, and cape may county. north and west, they saw maybe .1 of an inch. later this afternoon, brighter skies, far western suburbs. sun and clouds philadelphia. everything clears out overnight tonight that will allow temperatures to plummet. 39 in reading, 41 in allentown. 44 for philadelphia. tomorrow afternoon, very fall like, sunshine out there, 62 for philadelphia. upper 50s, north and west, low 60s south and east. tomorrow night into tuesday morning, this will be the
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coldest night of the season there will be patchy frost, reading, 36 allentown, 37. trenton, 39. philadelphia, 42. get ready for that, you will need an extra blanket on the bed. damp and windy, 63 degrees is the forecasted high. winds out of the north 20 to 30 miles per hour. mainly clear and chilly overnight tonight, breezy. 40 degrees outlying suburbs. 38, 39. 46 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, really it's smooth sailing this week, columbus day breezy and pleasant, 63. sunny and nice tuesday, 65. wednesday looks gorgeous, clouds and sun, 67. thursday, nydia, 72. sunny and tranquil, friday, sunny and nice, 65. saturday, sun and clouds, 65 degrees that's a winning seven-day forecast. we have to get past the next couple of hours. >> the rain didn't deter people in our area from joining others nationwide for an important cause. hundreds took part in the annual
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kidney walk. walkers and more than 100 cities are taking part in events today to raise money for research and patient support. the event is designed to increase awareness about the need for donors. ahead on "action news," a new drug shows promise against breast cancer, the grammy award winning rose anne cash brings her music to philadelphia, when we come right back.
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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. it is 12:20 p.m., 62 degrees, the high today 63. at least the rain has stopped and we have a beautiful fall week ahead. in the wake of the creepy clown panic spreading across the region. a north jersey school district banned the costume for halloween. several teenagers have been arrested and charged with
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targeting schools and students. montclair school district has banned the costumes. you have to change or get sent home. an experimental drug may overcome the problem of resistance. those taking a combination were less likely to see cancer spread. longer term studies are needed, but doctors say they are hopeful about the combination. >> she comes from a famed musical family and known for her soul-searching songs and autobiography. reas -- rose anne cash is bringing her tour to philadelphia. >> reporter: rose anne cash has put out 15 albums in a career
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that spans four decades. she is on a nationwide tour for her album and philadelphia is the next stop. rose anne cash comes from an iconic country music family. that's how she started here career in the late 1970s. she was known for performing in nashville. >> reporter: growing up in california she said her influences were less nashville and more the sounds of americana. she is on tour performing tracks from her three time grammy award winning album. >> the river and the thread. >> it's an interesting song story of everything that's gone on. >> reporter: fans can expect to hear classic hits as well as songs like the long way home and the feather is not a bird. >> it's not your standards pop song. >> reporter: she will perform with a full band playing backup and husband and song writing
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partner, john leventhal. >> the show is said to be an intimate experience for concert goers. >> she is communicating in such an engaging way you listen you can enjoy it. it's a great evening of american music performed live on stage it's the music for you. >> reporter: rose anne cash performs and miriam theater. go to 6abc loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen rogers. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands.
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>> the dodgers and play at 1:00 p.m., the indians in boston at 4:00 p.m. eagles fans will be focused on the birds of course they face the lions in detroit this afternoon. the eagles are hoping not to turn into a turkey today when he lost last year in detroit. >> reporter: don't worry about it. it's a different eagles team and they don't have a megatron. we're fine. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, windy and damp today, the remainder of the this afternoon we'll see gradual clearing if you're seeing rain it should end in the next hour or so. only 63 degrees for the high, with the wind it's going to feel like 50s. columbus day gorgeous, breezy and pleasant high of 63. the whole week looks good, highs
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in the upper 60s. sun and clouds,. >> a strapless dress i'm wearing for a family photo doesn't sound good. >> a north carolina man found a way to use up the loose change he found in a car. he covered his suv with 51,000 pennies. he glued them on one by one using silicone and fiberglass. >> . they added so much weight he can barely open the hood of his car. should have thought about that before. the columbus day parade is next on channel 6. "action news" continues tonight at 6:00 p.m. for showers chris - chris sowers, gray hall, i'm nydia han. we'll see you back here next weekend.
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welcome to 6abc's coverage the of the 2016 philadelphia columbus day. live from marconi plaza. good afternoon, thank you for join us in our columbus day parade. a little rain from hurricane matthew, or hurricane mateo is did not put a damper on our parade. the groups are ready to march and the weather is clearing up. i'm alicia vitarelli and with me is michael di pilla, president of the national italian museum of philadelphia and pete chiarocchi

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