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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. you need a jacket out there.
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you know, in some spots temperatures 10 degrees cooler than they were yesterday morning so if you thought yesterday was chilly, more so today and the national weather service does have this frost advisory. it lasts until 9 o'clock this morning. if you haven't done so yet you might want to protect your plants especially there in the northwest in south jersey the frost advisory also continues until 9 o'clock this morning. let's look at these numbers right now. 34 in martins creek. only 31 in tannersville. below freezing that's a new number coming in. 35 fleetwood, 34 quakertown, 34 in pottstown, 36 in coatesville. 37 this morning in kennett square for the first time a lot of these suburbs decision down into the 30's. 43 in chester but it's a little better closer to the center city, 46 degrees. 43 in levittown. in new jersey the numbers haven't gotten quite as low as they did in the northwest so it's 38 now in ewing and browns mills. those are new numbers just in. 39 in vineland and glassboro but you're still at 43 in cinnaminson and 40 in hammonton. i don't expect much frost in south jersey.
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i think a few spots between the reporting sites might dip there. 41 degrees in he dover delaware. high pressure in control. we've got a beauty of a day. lots of sunshine today and we're going rebound nicely from the chilly start. by 8:00 a.m., 46. by 10:00 we're in the mid-50's. by lunchtime 59 degrees. by 3:00 p.m., 65. your high is 66. we'll be coming down from that at 6 o'clock and 64 degrees. so, do we have another chilly start to the day? well, tomorrow we'll go over that seven-day forecast, few changes coming your way in just a few minutes matt. >> karen the heat is on or at least hospital fully it is because it is chilly out there this morning and now it's slow he in delco. 476 coming from lima springfield headed towards 95 its because of this and we're being told now that this is a disabled vehicle. police and penndot are on the scene taking out the left lane by macdade boulevard and we keep watching that southbound travel time climb here on the blue route. now 10 minutes behind. you might want to think about coming down 320 or 252
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southbound. southbound blue route jamming quickly. we've been keeping you posted on this this morning, norristown gas main repairs continue to block a chunk of 202. markley street, maybe stick with dekalb or swede or astor. 202 markley street remains blocked as they work on that gas mains. delays forming on 95 southbound side just started to tap the brake app poaching cottman. farther south approaching the work zone at girard getting word of a vehicle off the roadway on the garden state parkway northbound past somers point but apparently all the travel lanes are opened there just north of the ongoing work zone and a couple septa regional rail issues west trenton train 309 overcrowding so it's expressing from beth airs into center city and warminster line train 6400 dealing with delays right now of 12 minutes on this tuesday morning. matt. >> thanks, matt. developing overnight someone may have tried to set a philadelphia police cruiser on fire in the city's logan section. it happened at the 35th police district on the 5900 block of north broad street at 8:30
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last night. an officer noticed a cruiser in the parking lot had a goods cap opened and found a burnt piece of paper stick out of the gas tank. while the piece of paper was burned, the fire did not spread to the gas tank or the cruiser so the car was not damaged and the officer was not hurt. an outburst of violence in the city's mayfair section left a teenager dead and two others fighting for their lives. "action news" reporter annie mccormick is live at police headquarters with the developing he details on that story. annie. >> reporter: and matt, all morning homicide detectives have been interviewing witnesses and also have been over at that crime scene. like you said, a 17-year-old has been killed. also another teenager and adult male are still in the hospital and police say this could have been even worse considering where the shooting took place. well, take a look at this video. this is video from the scene. police say multiple 911 calls reporting shots fired came into police just after 9 o'clock last night. fifteenth district police officers responded to an alley by the 3100 block of sterling.
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witnesses told officers several people fled on bikes or were taken to the hospital by private vehicle. now 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 an 17-year-old shot in the chest were also taken privately to aria frankford. the 16-year-old is still in critical. the 17-year-old taken in critical died at the hospital. police spent most of the morning combing through the extensive crime scene. >> we did find some businesses that do have exterior surveillance cameras in the area so detectives right now are trying to see if we can get a copy of those recordings. where this shooting tack place is just directly across the street from a playground and a recreation center so we know that there's normally a lot of teenagers, young adults, some even tender aged children that are usually in the area at
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this time. >> reporter: now, at the scene police did recover at least one gun. there were also several bicycles that were left behind. what homicide detectives are trying to figure out now is if the people who were shot were in fact suspects and possibly were the ones who fired weapons. that's all parter of this investigation at this time. they also have been canvassing the area looking for surveillance video. of course if you have any information, you are urged to contact police. for now reporting live outside of police headquarters, annie mccormick, channel6 "action news." back to you. >> annie thank you for. that a day-care center is under fire after disturbing video was posted on social media of kids being encouraged to curse on camera. >> what are they? >> ugly (bleep). >> yeah, what are they? >> (bleep). >> that employee of creative mind in allentown has been fired but the unedited video which we blurred because of the profanity and the agent children ended up on facebook. one of the employees' friends saw the recording and contacted authorities.
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>> ♪ >> if you live in pennsylvania and you want to vote in next month's presidential election, the deadline is today. eligible citizens have until this evening to apply for a new voter registration or make changes to their existing registration. in delaware the deadline is october 15th and the last day to register in new jersey is october 18th. i just tweeted out a link for more information on voter registration. and you can get breaking alerts from the campaign trail by downloading our free 6abc news app. it's available right now on the apple itunes and google play stores. >> it is 6:07. samsung's problems are not just their only they are now affecting asian markets. erin aide is in for maribel aber. good to have you with us erin much thank you tam. samsung has pulled the plug on the galaxy note7 smartphone altogether. the south korean electronics giant is saying it will permanently sees sales of the device. now it made the disclosure in a regulatory filing and the news comes out to reports that
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some of the replacement models were also overheating. samsung shares have been trading sharply lower overseas down about 8 percent. stocks closed higher yesterday as energy shares gave the market a lift on hopes that opec will reach a deal to cut oil production. right now futures point to a higher open and an index looking at the steak of small businesses is the only major economic report due out today. pennsylvania's turkey hill dairy has issued a voluntary recall for miss labeled packaged ice cream. the company says some 48-ounce containers of dutch chocolate premium ice cream may contain rocky road ice cream instead. the rocky road ice cream contains almond and egg ingredients posing a threat to people with allergies so look out for that. back to you guys, matt and tam. >> erin thanks so much for joining us. karen rogers here. frosty in some spots. >> chilly. i just came out from inside and i got some warm water to try to warm he me up. let's take a look right now storm tracker6 live double scan around the area. we are dry and it's chilly out
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there. let's go on outside. we have hardly any clouds up above. we'll see beautiful sunshine today as sky6 looks live with our temple university camera and a good looking shot that it is its a nice start to the day but look at these numbers through the area. 46 degrees right now in philadelphia. and washington. line in new york city but a lot of northwest areas and parts of new york and northwestern pennsylvania were just in the 20's. it's 39 right now in pittsburgh, 39 in buffalo so you get the idea this colder air is setting in and the first time in the season we're talking frost advisories today. high pressure in control. that's giving us the clear conditions and it's really allowed those temperatures to drop through the region. let's look at these numbers hour by hour. we're going to climb out of this. so this morning we're starting off in the northwest suburbs just in the 30's in a couple of spots in new jersey in the 30's as well. by 8:00 a.m. 46 with bright sunshine. by 10:00 a.m., 55, feeling better. by noon, 59 degrees, beautiful sunshine, less wind than yesterday so even he though the temperature profile in the
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afternoon is similar it's going to feel better than yesterday. by 3 o'clock, 65 degrees. your high is 66. we'll hit that around 3:30, 4 o'clock and come down from that at 5 o'clock at 64. and temperatures this afternoon will be pretty uniform even where we're in the 30's this morning in the lehigh valley, you'll end up in the mid 60's today. 66 right now in philadelphia for your high today. 65 in atlantic city. 65 for a high in millville and 64 in dover. and then tomorrow this high pressure that we have overhedda kind of shifts a little more to the east. we get a few more clouds mixing in with the picture so not as sunny as it is today. temperatures tomorrow nudge up just a little bit, 68 degrees ahead of that next front that comes on thursday. we're following tropical storm nicole and it did not strengthen overnight but still expected to become a category one hurricane. this is the track of this. it's going to head towards bermuda it looks like by thursday be a category one hurricane crossing rider over bermuda and then pushing out to sea after that so not having an impact on us but watching for bermuda
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especially on thursday with what will be hurricane nicole at that point. here's your exclusive accuweather 7-day forecast. sunny he today. less wind than yesterday. after a chilly start it will feel okay this afternoon. a high of 66. this evening yom kippur clouds will increase through the nighttime hours. tomorrow clouds and sun. we may start with a little fog, 68 degrees for your high. on thursday mild with just a chance for a shower in one or two spots later on thursday. try to get out there and enjoy that 72-degree high. it's going to be nice. friday breezy and cooler. we go from 72 to 63. the weekend is nice. partly sunny, 65, comfortable for this time of year. sunday sunshine and then increasing clouds through the day but 69 degrees. it will be okay for the union game. on monday mostly cloudy skies and it looks like we could have a period of rain or some showers as a front comes through, 71 degrees for your high on monday, so chilly start but a decent finish. >> okay, thanks karen. 6:11 now and trick-or-treat meets a homeowner who plans to turn
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>> ♪ >> welcome back. taking a live look there the commodore barry. pretty tuesday morning for you but it is also a cold tuesday morning. we're in the 40's as you can see there, 46 degrees. >> be that coat. >> some areas in the 30's. >> i know. >> so chilly out there. matt pelman what you got on the roads there. >> back to work tuesday morning for some people who had off columbus day yesterday. for those people heading back this morning we've got a big old jam here on the blue route 476 southbound side in delco and it's because of this, a disabled vehicle approaching macdade boulevard taking out the left lane. you can see police and penndot on the scene and all that southbound traffic is trying to get off to the right side to head toward 95. the travel time now 38 minutes climbing quickly. more than double what it ideally should be coming south on the blue route you start to jam around lima. at this point you might want to think about using 320 or 252 to come south instead of
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the blue route. and of course we'll keep you posted. also watching a new crash in pottstown right by the post office along high street at madison street. no big issues so far coming in on 422. but we still have the issue in norristown with the gas main repairs closing a chunk of 202 markley street. so dekalb or swede or astor would be better bets but markley remains blocked at this hour. and in hatboro construction under way. through friday evening of this week railroad crossing work has byberry road a short chunk of it shut down in hatboro. county line or montgomery avenue would be some alternates. in lower makefield it's widening work that's going on and so stony hill road is shut down all week. might want to stick with edgewood or big oak road to get by there. in the mid days blocking a lane near haycock but that won't be closed entirely inform tinicum township closing river road route 32 during the day times today this week 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. you can stick with cafferty
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road or stay on 611 to get around. that the better news on 32 comes in a little bit south where on saturday the chunk of green hill road reopened that had been closed for quite awhile. tam. >> thank you, matt. frustration is growing in haiti where some people hit by hurricane matthew are still waiting for food medicine and fresh water to arrive. aid workers are struggling to reach devastated areas to assist survivors. officials fear in the aftermath of the deadly storm cholera cases are going to rise significantly. it's becoming a race against time for aid agencies to deliver life saving supplies. the storm killed nearly a thousand people in haiti and at least 18 in the u.s. >> this is new on "action news." a north jersey mall that was evacuated due to a bomb threat will reopen for business today. authorities evacuated the willow brook mall in wayne shortly before closing time last night. police say a customer approached mall security saying he had discovered a note with a bomb threat. they conducted a sweep but did not find anything.
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>> 6:17. still ahead a true legal opinion. a supreme court justice calls colin kaepernick's protest dumb and disrespectful. karen. >> route 30 mount pocono 35 degrees in allentown, 37 in reading but a little better in the city. 46 degrees there. only 40 degrees in millville. first frost for a lot of people so far this season. we'll have that seven day coming up next. >> in today's tech bytes warning from federal regulators shut off your galaxy note7s now. >> the advice comes after some replacement devices caught fire following last month's massive recall. samsung is telling he retailers to stop sales and exchanges. >> samsung attributed the problem to its batteries but some experts say it's possible the problem is a result of another exon end in in the phone. >> any company can now sign up for workplace by facebook. the web site or app allows employees to communicate only with people within their company. competing directly with sites like slack. >> a new drone is called the bionic bird for obvious
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>> comedian kevin hart was already having the most successful year of his career. now the philadelphia native has a star on the hollywood walk of fame. the 37-year-old celebrated his big moment yesterday. forbes ranked heart as the world's high of the paid comedian this year breaking jerry seinfeld's 10 year reign at the top of the list. >> he is doing really well. >> big stuff. >> how are we doing with the commute. >> could be doing better that is for sure. really on the brakes along the blue route 476. sobbed side from the route one media bypass at lima
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springfield on down to macdade boulevard, that's where that disabled vehicle is taking out the left lane. now 47 minutes. should be 16 which is what it is on the northbound side. again, 320 or 252 would be better bets. on the septa regional rails train 6400 on the warminster line 12 minutes behind this morning and west trenton line train 309 is expressing from beth ayres into center city, already overcrowded at 6:22 in the morning, karen. >> just full of good news today, aren't you. starting off this morning just in the 30's in some spots but recovering nicely after that. by 7:00 a.m., 45. by 10:00, 55 degrees. jumping up there. lots of sunshine, light wind today. by noon, 59 degrees. feeling pretty good. by 3:00 p.m., 65. so temperatures still a little below average today. your high is 66. we'll hit that about 4:30 -- 3:30 or 4 o'clock. by 6 o'clock, 64 degrees. let's look at your exclusive accuweather 7-day forecast. 66 today. tomorrow clouds and sun, 68.
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little bit better. 72 the mild of the day here thursday, just the slight chance for a late day shower. otherwise it's dry. friday breezy and cooler, temperatures drop way down, 63. the weekend not bad. mid to upper 60's and dry. a few showers coming on monday, tam. >> okay, thank you karen. going on to health check many people think exercise is a great way to deal when you're upset or angry. you might want to cam down before you head out for an intense workoutly according to a study a heavy workout talking a long run or hitting the gym hard while stressed out or mad triples a person's risk of having a heart attack within an hour. researchers found the threat is greatest between 6:00 from the evening and midnight regardless of other factors like weight or smoking. you think it wears you out and calms you down. >> chill in the hot tub. >> yes. >> 6:23. a triple shooting has victims wandering through the streets of philadelphia. >> annie mccormick is live at police headquarters. she is watching this developing story. annie. >> reporter: tam and matt
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>> supreme court justice ruth baeder ginsberg offered her thoughts on colin kaepernick. the 83-year-old liberal justice says the act of not standing during the national anthem is in her words dumb and disrespectful. kaepernick said he would not
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show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses people of color. other players across the country he have joined in. >> a colorado mother is taking a stand against the creepy clown craze by not giving them candy on halloween. school districts across the country recently warned parents about threatening hoaxes by people dressed as clowns. most of the clown threats are being fueled by social media. susan is worried halloween night could be the perfect opportunity for clowns with bad intentions to blend in and cause problems. she's placing a sign on her house banning trick-or-treaters in clown costumes from receiving candy. >> a lot of it's a hoax i agree with that. there's going to be people who don't find it a hoax and they're going the use it for something that's not a good thing. >> some neighbors say her anti-clown sign though goes too far and takes the spirit out of halloween. >> 6:27. some of the suburbs could see the first frost of the season. karen rogers tells us when it will warm up in the accuweather forecast. >> looks like a fire bug could
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be targeting philadelphia police. details on a disturbing discovery at the station. that's next up in a live report. >> ♪
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>> a triple shooting turns deadly overnight while two more victims are fighting for their lives. >> happening today, get out the vote. this is the deadline to register for the presidential election if you live in pennsylvania. >> accuweather is tracking the first frost in parts of the suburbs. we're waking up to the coldest temperatures since late spring. >> good morning. 6:30 on this tuesday october 11. matt pelman is here with traffic. karen rogers has weather. david is off. >> this is our first frost advisory of the season. surely more to come. let's look at the areas in the northern west suburbs. this lasts until 9 o'clock in the morning as well as in south jersey. what's not included is the
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i-95 corridor and delaware. as you look at the numbers temperatures in the lehigh valley about 10 degrees cooler than they were yesterday morning. we're only at 31 in tannersville. first time of the season these low numbers. 33 in martins creek, 34 in quakertown. above freezing here in pottstown 34. 35 in coatesville. a little better in kennett square at 37. it's 40 in saint davids. 42 in chester. 46 degrees in center city. the suburbs in new jersey haven't dipped this far. it's 38 in ewing and browns mill. 39 in vineland and hammonton and now glassboro 39. that's a new number. much of the suburbs upper 30's, low 40's in new jersey. 41 degrees in smyrna, delaware. satellite6 and action radar showing we've got high pressure, lots of sunshine coming your way. it's going to be a beautiful day. by 8:00 a.m. it's 46. by 10:00, 55. so we really recovered nicely. by lunchtime, 59 degrees. lots of sunshine. not as much wind as yesterday. by 3 o'clock, 65. your high is 66.
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we'll be coming down from that at 6 o'clock about 64 degrees. we'll have an update on tropical storm nicole and talk about that weekend call coming up in that seven day in just a couple of minutes matt. >> karen from the first frost to the frosty feelings that we have about the situation on the blue route this morning. 476, oh, man, it's been a rough one because of a disabled vehicle that was occupying the southbound left lane here approaching macdade boulevard. the good news is it's not here anymore. the bad news is 54 minutes on the southbound travel time. should be 16 which is what it is other northbound side. you start to hit the wall of traffic traveling southbound just beyond broomall and then you're in the teens at best on down to that earlier scene of the disabled vehicle approaching macdade boulevard. so, again as i've been saying you might want to come down 320 or 252 as some alternates, even 32 he 52 or 452. southbound blue route really is a mess with major delays this morning. also watching a crash in pottstown by the post office
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high street at madison street. still gas main repairs in norristown blocking a you have 202 markley street. dekalb swede or astor would be some alternates for you. this is 95. it's just a typical busy self here on the southbound side approaching academy through this point at cottman again if allegheny into girard and in south jersey this is 42 northbound side now starting to become a little bit locked up from this point at 41 up to 295. also still have that crash on the garden state parkway northbound north of somers point. vehicle ran off the road but the good news there is all the travel lanes are opened. matt. >> thank you, matt. breaking right now, suspected robber speeding from a crime scene caused amulet he tea vehicle crash on the baltimore-washington parkway. this is a live look at the scene along the parkway in laurel maryland which is closed on one side. police say three masked men robbed a diner of $140 just after midnight then later got into the vehicle and a witness says that vehicle was speeding when it crashed into multiple other vehicles.
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police say the suspected robbers got out of the vehicle opened fire carjacked another vehicle on the scene and got away. at leaf five vehicles were involved in the crash -- at least five vehicles were involved in the crash. seven people were rushed to the hospital with minor injuries. again the suspected robbers fled and remain at large. >> developing now gunfire erupts across from a playground and rec center in philadelphia's mayfair section. three people were hit. overnight we learned this turned dead that a teen involved has died. "action news" reporter annie mccormick is live outside of police headquarters with the latest on this case. good morning, annie. good morning tamala. that's right police confirmed the 17-year-old did die after this triple shooting. another teenager is still in critical condition and an adult male is also in the hospital as well. well, take a look at this video. this all happened around 9 p.m. last night. multiple 911 calls reporting shots fired came into police. fifteenth district police did respond to an alley by the 3100 block of sterling.
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witnesses tell officers several people fled on bikes or were taken to the hospital by private vehicle. 21-year-old was shot in the neck. that 21-year-old actually ran to the 15th district for help and police did transport him to the hospital. two teens, a 16-year-old was shot in the torso and a 17-year-old was shot in the chest and both were taken to aria frankford. the 16-year-old still remains in critical but that 17-year-old we are told has died. 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 a revolver on the sidewalk. 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 again, one person is dead, two still remain in the hospital but
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police say this could have been even worse because it did happen across the street from a playground and a rec center. they have been canvassing the neighborhood looking for surveillance video. they have no arrests at this time. of course, if there are any more witnesses out there or if you have any information you are urged to contact police. for that now reporting live outside of police headquarters, annie mccormick channel6 "action news." back to you. >> annie, thank you for that. also developing a hours fire in west philadelphia sent a neighbor to the hospital. it broke out around 4:45 this morning on the 5100 block of parish street. firefighters got to the scene to find flames on the first floor of a home which they got under control. no one was inside the mom that was burning but a 41-year-old woman in a neighboring home suffered smoke inhalation. >> a burnt piece of paper found in the gas tank of a philadelphia police cruiser has sparked an attempted arson investigation. "action news" reporter katherine scott is live outside of the 35th police district in logan where this happened. katherine. >> reporter: matt, so far no arrests have been made but police continue to
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investigate. that police suv was taped off here last night in the parking lot in logan at the 35th district at broad and champlost as he they investigated this attempted arson. 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 opened. the cap was on the pavement. there was a burnt piece of paper sticking out of the gas tank. the paper was burned but there was no sign that any flames spread to the tapping or to the police vehicle. thankfully no injuries or damage was reported but this remains under investigation by police and the fire marshals office. there's also so far no word if police have any surveillance video from this incident that will give them any idea what happened or who could be behind it. we're live in logan, katherine scott channel6 "action news. >> katherine thanks. time right now is 6:37 and 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 pa last night lashing out at republican officials who have been abandoning him. house speaker paul ryan is the latest one to do so. depends on was think as it kind of is and kind of isn't. recording of trump's lewd comments from 2005 however did nothing to quiet supporters in wilkes-barre. that he cheered as trump pulled a little boy from the crowd who was dressed as the nominee. >> do you wander 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 in 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
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double digit 46 to 35 lead over trump nationally. >> turning from politics to accuweather, you will be grabbing the coat as you step out the door this morning. >> chilly out there, first time since last may that we're down so low. temperatures just in the 30's in a lot of spots. let's take a look right now at storm tracker6 live double scan. we're dry through the region and hardly any cloud cover out there either. let's go outside he see wait looks like. isn't this a beautiful shot? look at the commodore barry bridge. the official sunrise this isn't until 7:08 but we can see the beautiful hughs there looking live on sky6 as the skies start to brighten ahead that of sunrise and you can see in the shot no clouds. it's going to be a beautiful sunrise. let's take a look at the numbers through the area. it's only 30 degrees in mount pocono, some new numbers coming in. 35 in allentown, 37 in reading, and some spots especially the northwest looking at temperatures about 10 degrees cooler than even yesterday morning. you thought that was chilly. 46 degrees in philadelphia. kind of a similar profile than yesterday morning. 40 degrees in millville. 40 in atlantic city, 48 degrees in cape may this
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morning. chilly start. high pressure giving us that beautiful sunshine as we saw on that sky6 shot. clear skies. we'll see lots of sunshine through the day today. so it's going to be a pretty one today. we've got our always on day planner on and we can look now at our 12-hour forecast. by 8:00 a.m., it's 46 degrees. lots of sunshine. we're inching our way out of these chilly temperatures. by 10:00 you're in the mid 50's. by lunchtime feeling pretty good, 59 degrees. less wind than yesterday. the winds have relaxed so it's going to feel a little better this afternoon. by 3:00 p.m., 65. your high is 66 today. little bit below average. normal would be 68. 5:00 p.m. we'll be drifting down to -- dipping down to 64 degrees. temperatures this afternoon we're all -- will all rebound into the mid 60's. even the lehigh valley mid 60, 66 in the city, 65 in millville, 64 for a high in dover and cape may. then tomorrow the high that we have today shifts a little more to the east. that allows a few more clouds into the picture so won't be quite as bright and sunny he tomorrow. but it's still a dry day and temperatures inching up a little bit better tomorrow, 68 degrees which is average
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ahead of that next front. tropical storm nicole didn't advance any more overnight. still just a tropical storm at 60 miles an hour winds but we are expecting the track of this to increase to a hurricane category one as it hits bermuda on thursday and into friday then moving out to sea. so not impacting us but impacting bermuda and the day for that looks to be thursday. here's your exclusive accuweather 7-day forecast. today sunny skies, less wind this afternoon after a chilly start, 66 degrees for your high. yom kippur this evening. we will see more clouds later on tonight. tomorrow we'll have more clouds in the picture and some sunshine mixing, too. we could starter off with a little low clouds and some fog but more sunshine in the afternoon 68 degrees. thursday is mild. that front comes through basically dry. looks like we may get a spotty shower, one or two spots late in the day but get out there and enjoy that 72 'cause it's the nicest warmest temperature on the map. friday breezy and cooler. we dip way down from 72 to their low 60's. the weekend is pretty nice, partly sunny and nice on saturday, 65. sunday sunshine and then
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increasing clouds, 69. we're back up into the low 70's on monday, mostly cloudy skies, 71 with a front coming through giving us a few showers around on monday. so, today it's beautiful but a chilly start. >> okay. thank you karen. it is 6:42. lights, camera handcuffs. a celebrity protestor films her own arrest. >> girl power. a female kicker helps out her team with a monster tackle and the video is now making the rounds on social media. matt. >> time to hit the brakes on 422 matt. eastbound lanes now heavy from approaching oaks on into route 23. we'll check those massive delays from the blue route and a situation in norristown when "action news" continues on this tuesday morning. >> ♪
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>> ♪ >> 6:44. beautiful start as we take a look at the early dawn along the ben franklin bridge and south jersey. coldest morning since may. in the 30's in some spots. it will warm up to about 65 today. >> the commute may be a little bit lighter because it was columbus day but everybody is back up and at 'em matt. >> yeah and now they're sitting in some backups as they try to get back to work on this tuesday morning like here on the blue route 476 hasn't been the best trip back into work. southbound side still very slow. not a good pace coming down from broomall down to approaching 95. that's where we had an earlier broken down vehicle. cleared out of the way but still 39 minutes that should be about 16 or 17 minutes. instead you're looking at speeds like 10 miles per hour on the southbound blue route coming away from broomall this morning. we are recovering but it's a slow recovery so still a slow go there. 320, 252, 352 all some possible alternates if you
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still want to avoid it. still have that crash to avoid in pottstown right by the post office along high street at madison street. getting word of a new one in perkiomen township along 29. that's gravel pike at 113 and in norristown some better news. 202 has reopened. the gas main work there wrapped up so 202 markley street is back in business but now there's a new crash along johnson highway at plymouth road. on the big picture still have that fire department activity in west philadelphia along parish street there in the neighborhood. typical slowing on the schuylkill westbound side just 7 miles per hour by the boulevard. 17 on 95 southbound through the work zone at cottman avenue and a couple spots where railroad crossing work is shutting down roads this week. in hatboro byberry road closed through friday evening, county line or montgomery would be some alternates. in townsend delaware van dyk green spring road is closed all week for railroad crossing work. black bird station road gets you around that mess. tam. >> okay, thank you, matt. hurricane matthew's aftermath is being felt in north carolina where rivers
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are reaching dangerous levels. high waters have devastated the town of lumberton. thousands of people will to be rescued and nearly 800 inmates had to be moved to another prison. the hurricane led to about five months worth of rain in just 36 hours. president obama has signed a disaster declaration for 10 counties in the state. and actress shailene woodley was arrested during a protest of the state dakota access pipeline. her arrest came while she was in the middle of a two hour live stream on her facebook page yesterday. >> i'm being arrested. i didn't -- i was down there with everybody else. >> woodley and 26 others are charged with criminal trespassing no north dakota. the pipeline would carry crude oil from north dakota through south dakota and iowa before reaching illinois. >> this is new. the first female football player in north penn high school history is turning heads for another reason. take a look at this highlight posted by kicker kelly mcnamara. she comes out of nowhere and gives this guy a big bash out of bounds. it happened against central
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bucks east on saturday. kelly joined the team as a sophomore last year. she posted this video on twitter along with the caption, who says kickers can't hit? espn and the sports progresses -- blogs have picked up the story. >> ♪
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"gma." >> let's turn to robin roberts in the "gma" studios. we just mentioned house speaker paul ryan and how he's really just sitting on the fence like trying to be on both sides when it comes to trump and i know you're going to be talking about that this morning. >> reporter: matt and tam you're right about that. there are real problems inside the gop. house speaker paul ryan now saying he will no longer defend o nor campaign for donald trump. the access hollywood tape proving to be the last straw. meanwhile hillary clinton held her biggest rally yet in ohio. we have the latest polls for you as we are exactly four weeks away from election day. also hurricane matthew effects crippling entire towns in there southeast. thousands of residents are rescued as rivers continue to rise in north carolina and ginger is tracking new tropical system heading toward bermuda this morning. samsung is urging galaxy note7 owners to power down their phones right away. samsung shutting down sales and exchanges after he replacement phones have now caused five fires. we have the latest guidance
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for samsung users just ahead and taraji p. henson yes, cookie he is here telling us about her new book i love it and her journey he to success around the way girl. michael strayhan he's right there. he cannot wait. he can't wait. he's just sensing that cookie he is here. see that? >> michael. >> it's mine. >> we can't wait. that's going to be a great interview. we'll see i was little bit later robin. >> i like cookie, too. [laughter] >> they get along like we get along. >> i like cookie, too. >> you like cookie, okay. >> i like both. >> unfortunately we've got new accident here on the roosevelt boulevard southbound side right under broad street. taking out the left lane. might want to come down hunting park avenue instead. new crash also coming in in south harrison gloucester county along lincoln road at monroeville road and several regional rail delays this morning most of them under 15 minutes except 20 minutes on one of the cynwyd line trains. karen. >> hey, it's chilly out there. first time of the season we're seeing numbers like this. 30 degrees in mount pocono.
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below freezing. 35 in allentown. 37 in reading. a little better in the city itself, 46 but just 41 in trenton, 40 degrees in atlantic city, 42 in dover, delaware. we're going to he rebound nicely today. good amount of sunshine coming your way, less wind than yesterday so by 7:00 a.m., 45. by 10:00, 55. by lunchtime, 59 degrees. by 3:00 p.m., 65. your high is 66. we'll be coming down from that at 6:00 at 64 degrees so not bad this afternoon but grab the coat this morning, tam. >> okay, will do. thank you karen. it's not even halloween yet but the city of reading is already trying to prevent another christmas tree controversy. two years ago reading made some international headlines over its tree. which many people said reminded them of the scrawny sapling from a charlie brown christmas. mayor wally scott says he still doesn't understand all the hoopla but this year the city will display an artificial tree to avoid any unexpected publicity. >> ♪
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>> ♪ >> it's bone a rough start this morning on the blue route 476 southbound. still jammed but only about a 10 minute delay now and in hilltown township watch out for a crash along bethlehem pike. karen. >> grab the jacket and a lot of spots starting off just in the 30's. it's about 45 here in the city. by 10:00 a.m., 49 degrees. by noon, 59. bright sunshine. pretty day today. less wind than yesterday. your high is 66 at 5:00 p.m. we'll be coming down from that
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64 degrees. enjoy the afternoon but grab the jacket this morning. >> it is that time. that's it for us. we'll be back in 30 minutes for update. for matt pelman, matt o'donnell, karen rogers, dave murphy i'm tamala edwards. have a great tuesday. boneless c! yeah. we love low prices. no bones about it. [ laughter ] thousands of blue tags. thousands of low prices. my giant.
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good morning, america. speaker paul ryan vows he'll no longer defend donald trump in the wake of that leaked tape. the new polls also spelling trouble for the nominee as he warns the campaign could get even uglier. >> if they want to release more tapes saying inappropriate things, we'll continue to talk about bill and hillary clinton doing inappropriate things. >> and overnight, hillary clinton holding her biggest rally yet as wikileaks dumps what they claim are 2,000 more private e-mails from the clinton campaign. what they say about chelsea clinton. water rising in north carolina after hurricane matthew. dams breaking. swallowing towns. thousands of people rescued. thousands more still stranded. roads completely underwater. >> we have not hit the most serious point of this flood in north carolina. >> as a new storm brews in the


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