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their lives. >> happening today, get out the vote. this is the deadline to register for the presidential election in pennsylvania. >> accuweather is tracking the first frost in parts of the suburbs, yes, you're going to need a coat. we're waking up to the coldest temperatures since late spring. >> david is off. we have karen rogers and matt pelman. good morning. >> we started off yesterday morning saying for the first time we dipped into the 40's. well now we've dipped even more in that area. so we're going to see the first frost possible in a few spots especially your northwest suburbs much watching for this frost advisory until 9 o'clock this morning. the area excluded is the i-95 corridor and delaware but in south jersey the frost advisory continues so you want to protected those potted plants. it's 32 in tannersville, 34 in martins creek, even chillier than yesterday morning. 35 in quakertown, 35 in pottstown. but you could see it's 41 in saint davids. 43 he in chester. 46 in center city. much better there. levittown 43 degrees. how about the suburbs in new
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jersey? only a couple spots have dipped to the upper 30's. 39 in ewing in browns mills in vineland. it's 40 still in hammonton woodbine and glassboro so we're not going to see a lot of frost in south jersey. 41 in miles an hour today and dover. here's what you can expect for your day ahead. lots of sunshine. high pressure giving us a nice day and less wind than yesterday so even though the afternoon temperatures are going to be similar we'll see a high of 66. it will feel better today and we're recovering from our 30's and low 40's. by 7:00 a.m. 45. by 10:00, 49. by lunchtime feeling pretty good at 59 degrees. we'll hit a high of 66 around 4 o'clock today and by 5 o'clock coming down from that and 64 degrees. how about the seven-day forecast? we warm up things a little bit. we'll talk about that in a minute matt. >> we're doing the dip this morning with the temperatures. not dipping too much so far with the speeds. they still look pretty good, karen, here on the vine street expressway. traffic is moving again. all the overnight construction has cleared out. if you missed it don't fear, they'll be back tonight at 11 o'clock and you can be sure to catch them then. you also missed the
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construction crews along 95 by cottman avenue. they, too, have cleared out this morning. so, all lanes are reopened there along 95 at cottman avenue. ly but we do have that issue we just told you about in west philadelphia with the fire location along parish near ramsey. kind of in a residential area there but watch out for fire crews on the scene. also have an early morning crash in cheltenham township a along tookany park way at cheltenham avenue n norristown a busy chunk of 202 markley street is marked off this morning. stick with dekalb swede or astor as some alternates as you travel through norristown. this is a live look at cherry hill southbound lanes of 295 near route 70, there was an overturned vehicle crash here about an hour ago. it's not here any longer so now you're looking good on 295. overnight construction has cleared as well. and there was a crash this morning in glassboro gloucester county along union street at sewell street. sounds like that wasn't a big deal so everything is cleared out there with no issues so far this morning along 55.
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we have the construction zones in the process of wrapping up, one on the eastbound a.c. expressway at the garden state parkway scheduled to clear right now so that should be out of the way shortly but in a.c. watch out for work on 30 absecon boulevard for about the next half hour. tam. >> okay, thank you, matt. developing now, gunfire erupts across from a playground and a rec center in mayfair. three people were hit and overnight we learned that one of them a teenager has died. "action news" reporter annie mccormick is live outside of police headquarters. she's been tracking this story and joins us with the latest. good morning, annie. >> reporter: good morning, tamala. and police have confirmed that a 17-year-old has been killed. another teenager remains in the hospital. also another adult male is in the hospital. and police say that this could have been even worse because of where this all happened, across the street from a playground and also a rec center. take a look at this video. according to investigators this all happened just after 9 o'clock last night. multiple 911 calls came into police reporting that shots were fired.
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fifteenth district police responded to an alley by the 3100 block of sterling. witnesses told officers several people fled on bikes or were taken by private vehicle to the hospital. a 21-year-old shot in the neck ran to the 15th district for help. police transported him to the hospital. two teens, a 16-year-old shot in the torso and a 17-year-old also shot were taken privately to aria frankford hospital. the 16-year-old is still critical. the 17-year-old taken in critical died at the hospital. now, police spent most of the morning combing through the extensive crime scene. >> we did find not only a lot of blood, we found some discarded bicycles but we also found a revolver on the sidewalk. so, we don't know at this point if that revolver belongs to one of the shooters or one of the victims or if, in fact any of the victims are actually shooters, also. >> reporter: and
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investigators were also canvassing the neighborhood for surveillance video. they are also interviewing a number of witnesses. of course if you have any information, you are urged to call homicide. for now reporting live outside of police headquarters, annie mccormick, channel6 "action news." >> thank you annie. we have updated information on a breaking news story. a woman suffered smoke inhalation in this house fire in west philadelphia. the action cam is live at the scene on the 5100 block of parish street in west philadelphia. the fire was showing on the first floor of the unoccupied dwelling but as we've said a woman was injured so someone was in there. neighboring houses were evacuated and the woman who was injured, a 41-year-old, was taken to the hospital. firefighters have placed this fire under control. a burnt piece of paper found in the gas tank of a philadelphia police station cruiser has sparked an attempted arson investigation. "action news" court reporter katherine scott is live -- reporter katherine scott is live outside the 35th police
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district where this happened. >> reporter: matt so far no arrests have been made. police continue to investigate this attempted arson. it happened here in the parking lot of the 35th district and you can see it was taped off last night here at broad and champlost in logan. it was around 8:30 p.m. when an officer noticed a police vehicle from the fifth district that was in the parking lot had its gas cap open. the cap was on the pavement. there was a burned piece of paper sticking out of the gas tank. now, the paper was burned butter there was no sign that any flames spread to the tapping -- tank or the vehicle. this remains under investigation by the police and the fire marshal's office. this morning there's no word if police have any surveillance footage that can tell them what happened or tell them more about who is behind this. we are live in logan, katherine scott, channel6 "action news." >> thanks katherine. today is the last day for pennsylvanians to register to vote in the presidential election. voters in delaware and new jersey have a few more days. donald trump brought his
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message to northeastern pennsylvania last night lashing out at republican officials who have been abandoning him. house speaker paul ryan is the latest to do so. a recording of trump's lewd comments from 2005, however, did nothing to quiet supporters in wilkes-barre. they cheered as trump pulled a little boy from the crowd who was dressed as the nominee. >> you want to go back to them or do you want to stay with donald trump? >> trump. [cheers and applause] >> earlier in the day trump threatened to continue attacks on both hillary clinton and her husband if any more videotapes surfaced from his past. hillary clinton drew a record crowd for her campaign during a rally at ohio state university last night. the democrat went after trump saying the gop nominee spent the night attacking her when he really should have been apologizing for his hot mic comments. a wall street journal nbc poll taken right before sunday's debate has clinton with a double digit 46 to 35 lead
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over trump nationally. wikileaks released more e-mails from clinton campaign chairman john podesta. some indicated aides closest to the candidate were anxious that bill clinton's business dealings might affect her presidential ambitions and reveal the tension within the clinton foundation when hillary clinton was secretary of state with the chief operating officer of the foundation reported to be threatening to commit suicide over the stress. >> for the of the victims of hurricane matthew will have a little more time to vote. the judge has issued a one day he is extension. the ruling gives the judge time to consider a request by democrats to push the date back even further so evacuees have time to get back home. republican governor rick scott opposes the motion arguing voters have plenty of time ahead of the storm. matthew's aftermath is being felt in north carolina where rivers are reaching dangerous levels. high waters have devastated the town of lumberton. thousands of people had to be rescued and nearly 800 inmates
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had to be moved to another prison. the hurricane led to about five months worth rain in just 36 hours. president obama has signed disaster declaration for 10 counties in the state. >> 5:39 now it's been awhile since we've will to deal with the potential of frost. >> it has. it's our first advisory of the season that we have this morning so we have temperatures in the 30's today. >> wow. >> if you thought yesterday morning was cool, today is even cooler. let's take a look right now at storm tracker6 live double scan around the area we're dry. we've got mostly clear skies and that's allowed these temperatures to drop. let's go on outside and see what it looks like. we're looking pretty good. sky6 looking live here at the center city skyline. hardly any clouds up above so no insulation to kind of keep the heat from rising. let's look at the numbers right now. 31 degrees in mount pocono. it's 35 in allentown. in some of these places like allentown and reading, temperatures are 10 degrees cooler than they were yesterday morning. 46 degrees, a little better in center city but run in millville, 41 in atlantic
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city, 41 in dover, 48 degrees in cape may. so, in some spots we could see some frost. that advisory continues through 9 o'clock. we've got high pressure in control, clear skies. it's going to be a beautiful sunny day. we've got our always on day planner on the side. your high today 66. by 8:00 a.m. 46 inching our way into the 40's. by 10:00 a.m. 55 degrees with lots of sun. by lunchtime feeling pretty good, 59, less wind than yesterday so we get the sunshine and it feels a little warmer this afternoon. by 3:00 p.m., 65. and by 5:00 p.m., 64 coming down from your high of 66. and temperatures this afternoon will be pretty uniform. even in the lehigh valley we'll be climbing out of those 30's and getting to the mid 60's. 66 for a high in the city. 65 in millville and atlantic city. so, temperatures today in the 60's. tomorrow trying to nudge it up just a little bit. this high pressure that we have shifts east. a few more clouds mixing with the picture, 68 degrees for your high tomorrow and it gets even a little better ahead of the next front. you'll see that in the
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seven-day forecast but first tropical storm nicole. so, it did not strengthen overnight. still 60 miles an hour winds, about 365 miles southeast of bermuda and the track still has it becoming a hurricane, category one before hitting baltimore, bermuda on thursday and then friday and then pushing out to he sea and not impacting us. here's your exclusive accuweather 7-day forecast, we've got a nice afternoon, a high of 66 degrees so cool but lots of sunshine feeling pretty good for yom kippur this evening you'll see a few more clouds in the picture. tomorrow clouds and sun and 68. on thursday, mild, a shower possible and 72. friday breezy and cooler, 63. the weekend looking pretty good. saturday search better certainly better, partly sunny and 65. sunday 69 degrees. pretty comfortable. on monday mostly cloudy skies and 71 degrees. chance for some showers on monday with a front coming through. so, today bright sunshine but, man, is it chilly to start.
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>> indeed. thanks karen. 5:41 now. still ahead on "action news" the woman who claims she was refused service over this pro-police shirt. >> the high school football player in the spotlight for a big hit said she made on the gridiron. matt. >> goodgood morning, tam. we're live along the roosevelt boulevard route one by the fox street on-ramp to the southbound side looking good so far this morning. we'll check another part of route one, talk about some construction on the turnpike as well when "action news" continues on this tuesday morning. >> ♪ anyone with type 2 diabetes knows how it feels to see your numbers go up, despite your best efforts. but what if you could turn things around? what if you could... love your numbers? discover once-daily invokana®.
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>> ♪ >> welcome back. taking a live look there, the view from sky6 out over philadelphia international airport. nice clear morning out there but it is cold. 46 degrees. we're onset talking about how we pulled out the coats. it's 5:45. >> matt let's see what's going on in the suburbs in traffic. >> and turned on the seat heaters this morning. first time i cranked up the heater in my house last night. exciting morning for sure matt and tam. coming out of the suburbs luckily things are not too exciting which is exactly how we like it. this is route one by creek road if you're headed to hank's place early this morning for some breakfast traffic is moving just fine along route one. south of here just north of avondale we have construction going on along one close to 41 each day this week and next week as well from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. so watch out for restrictions then along one near 41 north of avondale but right now here in chadds ford
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everything looks just fine. elsewhere in chester county had overnight work on the pennsylvania turnpike eastbound between downingtown and malvern. those crews have cleared out of the way. so everything is reopened. they're still at the end of the ramp from route one bensalem to the eastbound side of the turnpike but you can squeeze by that without too much of a problem n norristown, still not get buying this gas main work along 202. a chunk of it is closed this morning. dekalb street, swede street or astor street would be some alternates n chest ham township our crash that we have been talking about along tookany parkway is cleared out of the way. things are looking better there. in townsend delaware all this week van dyk green spring road is closed for railroad crossing work. that won't reopen until friday night so black bird station road route 15 is an alternate around it. let's grab the ipad do the commuter report early on this tuesday morning. getting reports of a crash in woodland delco along the blue route 476 southbound side as you head toward 95. looks like some volume to
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accompany that. heavy traffic, that member of our 6abc commuter team talking about the jam already on the southbound blue route. more on that coming up tam. >> thank you, matt. blue lines are popping up between the double yellow traffic lines in north jersey. maywood rochelle park glen rock and several other bergen county towns got city council approval to paint the blue lines. supporters say it's their way of showing support for local officers. and the wife of a police officer says she was refused service at a texas grocery store because of her t-shirt. it happened at a kroeger in the town of spring right outside of houston. the woman says the cashier refused to ring her up while she was wearing a t-shirt that said police lives matter, all lives matter. >> stating that the shirt i had on was basically a slap in the face and she was doing everything she could not to cry. >> the blue bow foundation a nonprofit that supports police officers and their families says it is severing all tiles with the grocery store chain over the incident. the company says it's taking steps to make sure something like this does not happen
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again. >> new here on "action news" the first female football player in north penn high school's history is turning heads for another reason. take a look at this highlight posted by kicker kelly mcnamara. he she comes out of nowhere and bops the opponent right off the field. it happened against central bucks east on saturday. kelly joined the team as a sophomore last year. she posted the video on twitter along with the caption who says kickers can't hit? espn and sports blogs have picked up on the story as well as "action news." >> it is 5:48. a heart felt letter physicist albert einstein wrote to his son is now up for say. it could be yours for a small price. >> police arrested the star of the movie divergent live on facebook. >> ♪ planned parenthood.
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>> a celebrity tattoo artist offered 18 people a free at a time too. here's the condition. they had no say in what it would be many people lined up around block in london this weekend for the chance to be selected by tattoo artist scott campbell. those who were picked placed their arms through a hole in the wall with no idea what the design would be. participants seemed happy in the end at least that's what they said. go home and they're like eh. >> i recall tattoos hurting. they seem very calm. >> do you have one. >> you guys all know this. >> i don't understand the fact that he doesn't seem. >> i didn't know. >> i had no idea. >> what a revelation. >> you learn something new every day. >> where is it. >> obviously nowhere that you can see it. it's on my back, my lower back. >> this is a true october surprise. [laughter] >> i will tweet out what it is. >> fresh on the blue route --
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crash on the blue route here by macdade boulevard. we were talking about this using the waze app a couple minutes ago. looks like the crash is taking out the left lane. police and penndot are on the scene there in left lane so headed toward 95 already a jam this morning on the southbound blue route and on the septa regional rails west trenton line train 309 already overcrowded. going to express into center city. >> let's look at these chilly numbers even chillier than yesterday morning. 31 in mount pocono, just 35 in allentown, 38 degrees this morning in reading. you're a little better in center city, 46 degrees right now in philadelphia. 41 in philadelphia. and millville and atlantic city so when you are dressing the kids try to get them to wear a jacket because they're going to want it and the long pants today. let's look at the temperatures for the next 12 hours. by 7:00 a.m., 45 degrees. by 10:00, 55. so we recover pretty nicely from this. we have beautiful sunshine today. not as much wind as yesterday so it's a nice one. by lunchtime 59. by 3 o'clock, 65. your high is 66. we'll hit it around 3:30,
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4 o'clock and by 6:00 p.m. it's 64 degrees. so beautiful afternoon but bundle up to start tam. >> thank you karen. and you can always get that seven-day forecast and a live look at storm tracker6 double can radar any time of day on our web site. just go over to actress shailene woodley arrested during a protest of the forest south dakota pipeline. >> i'm being arrested. i didn't -- i was down there with everybody else. >> woodley and 26 others are charged with criminal trespassing in north dakota. the pipeline would carry crude oil from north dakota through south dakota and iowa before reaching illinois. >> a letter that albert einstein wrote to his son hits the auction block in boston this week. the physicist wrote the weren't page heart felt letter in the late 1920's to edward einstein. the elder einstein wrote he longed to see his son who was finishing high school. the handwritten shredder signed papa. it's expected to fetch more
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>> it's not even halloween yet but the city of redding is trying to prevent another christmas tree controversy. two years ago reading made international headlines over a tree which many said reminded them of that scrawny sapling from a charlie brown christmas. mayor wally scott says he still doesn't understand all
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the hoopla but this year the city will display an artificial tree to avoid any unexpected publicity. >> i see beauty in everything. okay. and i thought that this tree that was the charlie brown tree it deserved a christmas the same as the charlie brown tree. >> private donors are picking up the $20,000 tab for the aluminum framed tree. the lighting ceremony will take place december 3rd at 5th and penn. the old charlie brown tree lives on inside city hall you could say. its wood was used to create a commemorative bench. >> new state funding will stretch the schuylkill river trail even farther. $3 million will help redevelop a two and a quarter mile space along the river. this phase of the project will connect the trail from the south of bartram's garden in southwest philadelphia to 61st street near passyunk avenue. state senator anthony williams was at yesterday's announcement and thanked governor tom wolf for approving the project. >> it's 5:57. a new fiery warning. the federal government is telling all samsung galaxy note7 owners to turn that
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thing off right now. >> plus a lehigh valley day-care center comes under fire for a facebook video that features foul mouthed children. >> ♪
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>> ♪ >> "action news." delaware valley's leading news program. with matt o'donnell, tamala edwards, karen rogers and meteorologist, david murphy. >> ♪ >> good morning everyone, it's 6 o'clock on this tuesday october 11th and we're following several developing stories. >> a late night triple shooting has left a teenager dead and critically wounded two others. we are live with the details. >> police suspect a fire bug tried to turn a police cruiser into an inferno. >> unpack the fall jacket. a frost advisory is in effect for a second straight morning. we're tracking the very latest. >> matt pelman has traffic and david is off, karen rogers is outside with her jacket on. >> yes.


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