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november 10. >> president-elect donald trump is said to meet with president obama today as the white house transition begins. we're live from the satellite center with the story. >> we'll hear from those who fear they may be negatively impacted by the trump presidency. >> the rain moves out and the sun returns with a bit of a cool breeze, a plane is taking off, i wonder where it's going. >> reporter: karen will have commute, and david murphy has accuweather. >> reporter: the rain is off the coast, and clouds are down by the shore, they will won't be there for long. mostly sunny skies, 41 degrees in philadelphia. a little bit of a breeze blowing around. 41 in reading. 36 in wilmington and 38 in
trenton. coat weather this morning and extra gear early. this afternoon, bright, sunny, 7:00 a.m., 40. noon, 46. high of 57 which is right around average, slight breeze at times, and 52 by 6:00 p.m. milder for veterans day, the winds will pick up, i'll have the weekend call coming up. what about the roads. >> reporter: the accident 422 westbound at oaks has cleared, traffic is better westbound and eastbound building volume on 422. we had an accident in lower providence involving a downed pole that has cleared, so level road is reopened in this area, so good news if you're traveling in from lower providence. vine street express way, approaching the schuylkill expressway, westbound traffic moving okay be eastbound traffic no issues there. flskt all the majors -- in fact all the majors, blue route, schuylkill expressway, i-95
speeds in the 40s and 50s. paoli thorndale we're seeing train 15 minutes late, slippery tracks, a lot of wet leaves are on the roads so be careful driving. >> donald trump came to political prominence trying to undermine president obama's political legitimacy, today they will put that behind them and focus on a peaceful transition of power. they will meet as president and president-elect in the oval office. katherine scott has more on what is expected today. >> reporter: the two have had their differences in the not too distant past, today they will meet in the oval office this will be the first public step in the handover of power. president-elect donald trump has several high profile meetings today. president obama will host trump at the white house as the
transition of power begins. >> everybody is sad when their side loses an election, but the day after we have to remember that we are actually all on one team. this is an intramural scrimmage. we're not democrats first, we're not respects first, we are -- republicans first, we're americans first. >> reporter: on the agenda, a meeting with paul ryan who has been a critic within the republican party, yesterday he congratulated the president-elect. >> donald trump heard a voice out in this country that no one else heard. he connected in ways with people no one else did. he turned politics on its head and now, donald trump will lead a unified republican government. >> reporter: and that might help him implement some of the changes he called for in his contract with the american voter donald trump outlined some of his first orders of business
including canceling all federal funding to sanctuary cities toie affordable care act. trump spent yesterday in meetings at trump towers in new york city focusing on the transition the meeting at the white house takes place at 11:00 a.m. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> hundreds of anti-trump protesters took to the streets of philadelphia. they started their march across city hall and marched two hours going north on broad street. students at penn where donald trump went to school they expressed their anger and dismays with the country as pick. >> the number of people don't stand for it. >> reporter: similar scenes played out in city coast to
coast last night in new york and chicago and los angeles. 65:00. there's a lot of speculation we'll see who we will see in a trump administration. will chris christie will be on the list, he was talked as a possible choice for the chief of staff or homeland security or attorney general, but the conviction of two aids in the bridgegate scandal could create problems to the point that chris chris christie chris' -- best bet might be for a position that doesn't need a vote. robbers entered a house from the back door and ran off with a cell phone and backpack. the takeover of atlantic city is official. state leaders rejected the five year turn around plan and voted
to take control of the struggling resort assets and major decision making powers. they can sell off assets including bader field and water facility and break union contracts and higher and fire city workers. atlantic city has a half billion dollars in debt. mayor don guardian said the city fought hard to maintain control and called the decision devastating. markets were all over the place after donald trump's election, dropping hundreds of points at time and rising. maribel aber is live from the nasdaq. >> reporter: the stock market rally, the dow ended 1.4%. we have a weekly job loz claimants later today. general motors will have a round of layoff today.
sales at the motels made at the effected factories are off significantly. holiday themed red cups returned to starbucks, their designs by a delaware county woman who created this design of a deer while on ma turn leave. -- maternity leave. >> the idea that she came up with a design worthy of being on a cup, i'm impressed. >> reporter: i got a ribbon that i drew when i was a kid. they put it in the window of a local drugstore it was fun. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we are dry across the region after rain yesterday, as we look outside, we have sky6
live hd you can and you can see the camera wiggling just a bit. threats a slight breeze every now and then, the breeze is not too bad this morning, but we're getting the sun up nice and bright over the horizon. it's going to be a good one. 41 in allentown. 3 in trenton. 36 in wilmington, 36 in millville. 45 in cape may. it's chilly as you step outside, put on a hat and extra gear. shades required on they highways and byways. in the lehigh valley, 57 degrees, cool, not too windy today. at the shore, lots of sun, cool, 58. again an occasional breeze picking up not what we would call an overall windy day. in philadelphia, chilly, 57 degrees, winds out of the northwest at 6 to 1 miles per hour. 46 is the overnight low, that's above average, mostly clear and
cool tonight. wind on the light side that sets us up for a milder veterans day on friday. we're going for a high of 63 in the afternoon. we'll be at 56 at 10:00 a.m. if you're heading to morning services or memorial services for vets look for a mix of sun and clouds. the winds won't be too bad in the morning, 4:00 p.m., 62 and gusty winds build in later in the day. we could see gusts up to 35 miles per hour tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night, saturday looks breezy. here's the seven day. today we're going for a mostly sunny day chilly high 57 degrees, seasonable right around where you would expect to be for this time of the year partly sunny, above average 63 for veterans day. saturday, breezy and cooler, 51 degrees, keep that jacket and maybe a couple of layers handy because the breezes will make it feel like the low 40s. sunday, sun, milder, 58. nice for the eagles game. monday, mostly sunny and 60.
tuesday, partly sunny, 62. as we get into the afternoon on tuesday, there's a chance of a pop-up shower, wednesday, clouds and sun, high of 60. showers around at times despite the fact there could sunny breaks. 6:10. phoning it in if you're not getting a good night sleep, a new study says check out your smart phone, it may be to blame. >> trump transition team has a digital suggestion box we'll tell you where to find it. >> reporter: we're live in west chester, chester county, 202 at paoli pike you're dry check out the sunshine. we'll be take you to king of prussia coming up next. he gets a lot of compliments.
military community. i'm very proud of him. male vo: welcome to new beginnings. comcast. beautiful. 6:13, 41 degrees out there across penns landing. >> almost a rainbow as the sun comes up. >> reporter: beautiful colors. >> i'm had a hallucinating. >> reporter: it's a dreary day with the rain, we're already
seeing the skies brighten. traffic is not too bad. it's busy in king of prussia coming in payr king of prussia, that's eastbound traffic heading toward gulph mills. we had a lot of people after we changed the clocks saying there's a lot of sun glare on the schuylkill expressway. on the turnpike westbound near norristown we have construction blocking the right lane, restrictions on the ramp may cause a little bit of a issue there. new jersey, 295 right here, we can see in gloucester. , northbound traffic move -- 678, novak tracker moving okay. on the commuter traffic report john a member of our 6abc team thanks for joining saying in west deptford there's an object on the road near the crown point
truck stop. watch for that one. 30 degrees in martins creek. 38 in pottstown, we're dry today, but you may have wet leaves on the roads, because it's going to be breezy. 41 degrees in city. 35 in browns mills, getting to be that time of the year. 36 in cinnaminson 40 in delaware. we'll see beautiful sunshine and cool high of 57. >> new on "action news," a motorcyclist helmet camera captured a man capturing a man in south florida showing kevin maken getting out of the front passenger seat and hitting him. the two had gotten into a heated exchange on instagram over a woman. detectives went to his home and placed him into custody. jurors deliberate for the third day murder charges against a georgia man who young son died in a hot car.
justin harris is accused of killing his 20-month-old son cooper back in 2015. prosecutors claim harris wanted out of his marriage and deliberately killed the boy. the defense said it was a horrible accident. the trial of a cincinnati police officer charged in the fatal shooting of a black man is in the hands of the jury. ray tensing shot and killed the man over a missing front license plate. he said he shot him while being dragged by the car. but the prosecution said the body camera video and witness testimony and evidence conflict with the story. >> reporter: in tech bytes, donald trump's transmission team launched it's official website. there's links to apply for a jobs in the trump administration. apple is offering
refurbishing phones through the stores. the prices are 15% lower than retail. there's more research linking use of your smart phone and problems with sleep. researchers found those who use their phones close to bedtime have harder time falling a sleep and sleep less well. the. >> blue screen interferes with the development of melatonin. those are tech bytes, have a great day.
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happen before the first african-american president left office, who will be more stunned to , the calves or the president because the president loves basketball. >> reporter: let's take you outside to delaware county and show you the commute on i-95, we're approaching highland avenue that's the northbound traffic on the right heading toward the blue route a little building volume between the delaware state line and the commodor barry bridge, no big problem there, how about morrisville, bucks county, route 1 at pennsylvania avenue moving nicely there, as well. we have an issue with paoli thorndale 15 minutes late with slippery tracks. >> reporter: it's cool out there we're dressing the kids in a jacket, adding a hat. this afternoon a jacket is a good idea.
40 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 46 by 10:00 a.m. noon 51 if you're returning errands the afternoon might be the best option for you if you have that option. high of 57 degrees and bright. 5:00 p.m., 52 degrees, at the airport, no major delays, looking clear in boston, chicago and orlando, florida, good day to fly to disney. in "healthcheck" some people could be getting too much of a good thing, some may be taking too much vitamin d. experts say misinside -- misin understandings of vitamin d can cause kidney stones and other problems. 6 he he -- sixers led the s
by 6 points, but indiana held on in overtime beating the sixers 122 to 116. the result moves brett brown to the all time leader in losses for a sixers coach at 206. >> coming up at 6:30. dissecting the election upset. why the polls got it wrong. >> is wendy saltzman has a rw of her investigative report. >> reporter: tonight at 11:00 p.m., the under cover video that exposes what's happening inside the pill mill trade. license phycians operating out of coffee shops and hotels with a reinvolving door of customers. >> he had written so many
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airy home from unknown causes. his funeral services will be held on germantown avenue at 10:00 a.m., mayor jim kenny called harrelson a dedicated firefighter. he was the first african-american fire commissioner. some members of the minority community say they are concerned about donald trump as president. an immigrant has been living in the u.s. for decades, he is scared that his american dream could turn into a knight -- nightmare. head of muslim lawyers association in new jersey said he is optimistic. >> for the first time time people don't think of us as a terrorists, they think of us as gold star family. for the first time people have come to our defense. planned parenthood has seen
a surge in request for appointments because of trump's aggressive stance to limit healthcare. cameras were rolling when a protester damaged donald trump's star on the walk of fame. trump received the star in 2007 for the reality show the apprentices, the repairs to the star are on the fast track. a teenager running for cover doesn't get there in time, pluz -- police find him shot and lying half way through the door.
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overnight protests across the nation. the next step in transition, president obama welcomes donald trump as the president-elect. >> last ditch effort to save a portion. scriewrls row -- jewlers row from the wrecking ball. >> good morning, 6:30, november 10. let's get weather and traffic with dave and karen, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, we're in the process of the sun coming up over the horizon. very little cloud cover. we were rainy yesterday, but that's all gone, be careful of wet leaves on the roads because they may not have dried out yet. we're chilly, so grab the coat on the way out the door. 30s in trenton and wilmington. 45 degrees in cape may. lots of sun, 40 degrees by 7:00 a.m. we improve to 51 by noon. high of 57 by 3:00 p.m. a little bit breezy at times,
not too bad. after sundown we slide back to 52 well into the 40s overnight. when i step inside a milder friday, veterans day for any ceremonies and services you have planned. the weekend call coming up in the seven day, karen. >> reporter: it's that time in the morning starting to jam up on i-95. we're looking live. you see everybody heading toward center city. this is past academy, southbound traffic jammed from academy to cottman and past the betsy ross bridge to girard 23 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine on i-95 southbound. on the big picture you can see the area of red where we are slowing down on the 17 miles per hour. schuylkill expressway approaching the boulevard to belmont, traveling in the teens a and past that 25 miles per hour. 33 miles per hour eastbound approaching the blue route, to almost down the boulevard on the schuylkill expressway eastbound. let's check 422. seeing a jam right here, this is
eastbound traffic at trooper. as you head toward king of prussia, scrams from the saint gabe's curve to 23. not a big delay. westbound we had an accident that cleared near oaks. one more issue that popped up, an accident that ran into a traffic light, the vehicle is move off the road, but watch for it as white hall road in norton. the transition begins today, president obama welcomes president-elect donald trump at the white house today. >> the president will be sin about a smooth handover. katherine scott runs down what to expect to happen today and the days to come. >> reporter: the two have had strong words to say about each other, but today they meet at the white house. trump spent the day yesterday at the trump towers focusing on the
transition. president obama will host president-elect donald trump later on today. the first public step in the transmission of power. the two have major differences, but that won't stand in the way. >> it is no secret that the president-elect and i have pretty significant differences. remember, 8 years ago, president bush and i had significant differences. but the president's team could not be more gracious making sure we had a smooth transition. >> reporter: donald trump outlined some of the first order of business including canceling all federal funding to the sanctuary cities including philadelphia and withdrawal from trans pacific partnership and nafta. over his first 100 days trump plans to work with congress on epeeling and replacing the affordable care act. trump will meet with paul ryan
one of his high profile critics in the republican party. yesterday he congratulated the president-elect whole now lead the republican house senate and white house. he said it's time to come together. >> there's no doubt our dnc accuracy can be messy, we remain a sharply divided country. now, as we do every four years, we have to work to heal the divisions of a long campaign. >> reporter: a meeting at the white house takes place at 11:00 a.m., during that time melania trump will meet with michelle obama privately in the white house residence. >> protesters hit the streets in cities, a crowd blocked a major freeway in los angeles. thousands surrounded trump tower
in manhattan chanting not moot president. 65 people were arrested for disorderly conduct. while half the nation did not like the election, some took their sadness to a peaceful march in philadelphia. annie mccormick has more on that in center city, good morning, annie. >> reporter: good morning, tam, the protesters from across the country happened in philadelphia. this is video from chopper 6 hd where hundreds of anti-trump protesters walked for several hours starting at city hall to temple university campus and back to city hall. police followed the crowds with rolling closures, they are disappointed that donald trump is america's president-elect.
the votes from pennsylvania maid the commonwealth a red state. in philadelphia, 15% voted for trump, 80% for clinton. at the university of pennsylvania, 500 students attended an open discussion airing their concerns. >> what's done is done and donald trump will be the president come january, but that doesn't mean that our voices and experiences are not valid that does not mean all the hazel things donald trump has said over the past election cycle have gone away. >> reporter: and there was a heavy police presence out here during the protests. police reported there were no injuries and no arrests. reporting live at city hall. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> donald trump's victory was so stunning because it was so widely unexpected even among his supporters. the conversation took place at
national constitution center last night to figure out what happened. pollsters far and wide were certain hymn hill would emerge the winner even as americans began to vote. >> why did we miss it? probably because we were too busy covering the candidates and not spending enough time covering the voter. >> when it came down to it they couldn't bring themselves to vote for hillary. >> only one major public survey showed donald trump winning the election all the way up to election day, it was conducted by the pollster for the long and -- los angeles times. a manhunt is underway for the gunman who shot two police officers in western pennsylvania. it happened at a home in cannonsberg near pittsburgh. both officers are in stable
condition. police are searching for the gunman. two armed mask men invaded a home and robbed two temple university students. the action cam was on the scene in north philadelphia. the suspects entered the house from the back door, they ran off with cell phones and backpack. a teenager being chased by a gunman collapsed into his own home. police found an 18-year-old man shot several times lying in the doorway. this happened at 2:00 a.m. on the 1200 block of bridge street. no arrests have been made. the teacher is in critical condition. 6:38 happening today, the fate of jewlers row could lie in the hands of philadelphia historical commission, the panel will decide if the site will be added to the register of historical places. jewlers hope to block a develop who received permit to build 16
story condo there. mayor jim kenny in the past has asked the builder to be sensitive to the historic nature of the block. >> let's finds out what to expect from accuweather. >> reporter: it's cool this morning, storm tracker 6 live showing we are dry with yesterday as rain history. we have plenty of sunshine coming up, as tam mentioned, it is chilly out there. some of you might be experiencing a light breeze at times, the winds is not that 0 overall but cool enough for jackets. winds out of the north northwest at 7 miles per hour. it's light overall. we've been talking about how the clouds were hanging over the coast, i i told you they would t out of here pretty quick and that's the case of what's happening.
46 by 10:00 a.m. 51 by noon, 57 is the high. 5:00 p.m., 53 degrees closer to 50 by 6:00 p.m. high temperatures this afternoon pretty similar, 58 in cape may, 58 in allentown. everybody in that ballpark. veterans day tomorrow, 63 degrees is the high. as we get into the afternoon and the front passes by we'll wind up seeing the wind pick up. if on veterans day and you have plans to head to a service, in the morning it won't be that windy, but in the afternoon we'll have 35-mile an hour gusts. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, 57 degrees under mostly sunny skies, tomorrow, sunny, getting windy. 63 degrees is the high. saturday, 351 degrees, it will feel like the low 40s with the breeze. sunday, with the eagles, 58 degrees is the high, good
football weather. early next week we climb into the low 60s. 60 on monday, 62 on tuesday, wednesday, clouds and sun, 60 degrees. we're looking at a another possible shower on wednesday. seasonable numbers overall in the seven day, though. >> all right, 6:41 happening now, the search for a shooter who opened fire on a crowded seattle street striking several people. no lame duck here, a politician takes actions when rob is steal -- robbers steal her purse. downingtown, that's eastbound traffic registered toward exton. we'll check the jam on the schuylkill expressway when we come right back. 6:44, all week we've been
enjoying the early sunshine that we're not used to before daylight savings times ended. it is pretty. that looks pretty behind you, it looks free and easy. >> reporter: not too bad, westbound traffic on the blue route, eastbound is jammed on the schuylkill expressway and west conshohocken. you were mentioning the earlier sunrise people on the schuylkill expressway have been complaining with sun glare. schuylkill expressway eastbound jammed from from the blue route to gladwyn. westbound 22 minute ride from
the vine to the blue route. no accidents on the schuylkill expressway. that's good. we talked about the slowing on the schuylkill expressway, i-95 18 miles per hour near cottman, 26 near girard. you see the usual slowing on i-95, also no accidents there, that's good. blue route, media route 1 bypass, 55 miles per hour. no problems on the blue route. white hall road we have an accident, a vehicle ran into a traffic light. you may see emergency workers there, unclear if they have to fix the light. that may take a little longer. >> reporter: 42 you're always jammed on 42. northbound traffic heading toward the commodor barry bridge jammed from blackwood to -- the walt whitman bridge, jammed from blackwood to 295. 39 in coatsville, 41 in center city. a little better in. the suburbs in new jersey. 34 in browns mills, 35 in cinnaminson. 38 in glassboro. 40 in dover.
we're staying in the 50s today. lots of sunshine. >> new on "action news," a gunman fired into a crowd outside a convenience store in downtown seattle injuring five people after an argument near a busy bus stop last night. the gunman ran away. police are looking for him this morning. authorities say four men and a woman were rushed to the hospital. officers do not believe the shooting was related to the hannity trump protests that were happening at the time. some philadelphia residents fell victims to vandals, some found their cars defaced with racist messages and anti-trump graffiti. no arrests have been made. new on "action news," a florida mayor fought back after thieves snatched her purse, two
men rushed up to her on tuesday and grabbed her purse and ran away. another camera caught the moment she was pushed to the ground. she said she knew she was taking a dangerous risk, but thought it was the best way to get a tag on the suspects car in order to help police ultimately camp the crook. i take to the open road. 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.
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saying good morning to "good morning america." >> we're joining our friend robin roberts i'm sure you're getting back to normal after a late election night. we saw a lot of protests here in philadelphia and you will look at what you saw across the country. >> reporter: we'll continue your coverage on the anti-trump protests, thousands in the streets and 100 demonstrators arrested as some of the protests turned violent. we're live at the white house where the trumps and obamas are set to meet later today. george will speak live with the republican national committee after the party can work together after a bitter election. all that and more coming up on "g.m.a." on this happy friday evening. >> i like how you're thinking robin.
[laughter] >> reporter: i have to say traffic not too horrible. >> reporter: not too horrible. >> reporter: nothing terrible, that's as good as i can give you, let's look outside live, near olney, you see the skies brightening a little bit. the boulevard, we're slow at 9th street. you see the southbound traffic on the left as you head toward the schuylkill expressway, slow from 9th street to the schuylkill expressway. no major accidents. we have an accident coming in new in morris town, burlington county, where a car ran into a pole, pleasant valley avenue at 38. watch for that, we've been wang you to watch out for wet leaves on the roads, dave. cool, we're down to 40 degrees in some neighborhoods. some spots in the 30s. not a lot of wind, but i'm dressing kids in the jacket, maybe extra gear for the morning chill. 10:00 a.m., 46. 51 by noon, 3:00 p.m., 57. plenty of sunshine a little bit of a light breeze not too bad.
6:00 p.m., 52. around noon to 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., the most comfortable part of the day if case you're out doing errands. we're looking ahead to a couple of cool things, 14 days to thanksgiving and 41 days to the winter solstice and 45 days to christmas. >> how many days to summer? is it wrong to ask? new on "action news," a 4-year-old massachusetts boy has been drafted to a college baseball team, assumption college in worcester made eric part of the squad. he had two open heart surgeries before he was born. his love of baseball keeps him smiling. >> who taught you that? >> i teach myself. >> his parents hope he might
similar situations played out in new york, chicago and l.a. a 18-year-old victim was shot and collapsed in his home overnight. he is in critical condition. two armed masked men ini had have -- invaded a home and n off with cell phones and backpack, nobody was hurt. >> reporter: 422 at 29, as you head toward king of prussia the left lane is blocked, we have delays east of royersford and disabled vehicle on the schuylkill expressway westbound at university jamming us up. >> reporter: we are off to a sunny start, the clouds and rain are gone. 57 degrees is the high. above average tonight and tomorrow milder. >> we're looking ahead to christmas and all sorts of things. >> how about thanksgiving,.
good morning, america. breaking overnight anti-trump protests erupt coast to coast. peaceful ones turning violent. police fighting back with tear gas. >> tens of thousands of protesters taking to the streets. marching on trump towers in new york and chicago. more than a hundred arrests. >> donald trump heads to washington vowing to bring the country together after a bitter election. >> now it's time for america to bind the wounds of division. >> he'll meet president obama in the oval office this morning. >> we're not democrats first, we're not republicans first, we are americans first. >> as the first lady hosts melania trump. now all eyes turn to who president trump will pick for his white house and