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and a complimentary first month's payment. 5:00 a.m., friday, november 18 we're following breaking news. police are on the scene of a homicide that happened overnight in mercer county, new jersey. a body discovered in the city's holmesburg section, police found something suspicious and that is accelerating the investigation. >> taking live look from sky6 live hd there's the commodor barry bridge, it's going to be a nice friday, but uh-oh, changes for the the weekend. >> i'll think about today. >> reporter: you know, what, tam, you can think about today and tomorrow. sunday is the day that's mmm
isn't so hot. we have clouds to the north that will stay there today, so we'll call for mostly sunny skies. chilly in philadelphia, 30s in lancaster, millville. philadelphia calm with the zero indicating no winds, light winds in allentown. not a big windchill to worry about. we'll get really mild. 43 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 51 by 10:00 a.m. 61 by noon, high of 68 degrees by 3:00 p.m. it is november the sun sets early and the numbers fall quickly. 6:00 p.m., 58 if you have plans going out tonight, be fooled by 68. it will be cool and jacket weather this evening. i'll have the weekend call and a big change for sunday coming up. >> reporter: let's hit the roads on friday morning, everybody are
congratulations you made it, the construction crews finished their job, he they left the scene, vine street expressway eastbound reopened. on the big picture no accidents on the majors, looking good, blue route, schuylkill expressway, i-95 mostly speeds in the 50s. let's look outside, we're live on the schuylkill expressway approaching spring garden, eastbound traffic heading toward the vine, light volume, no delays, the roads are clear and dry, no weather-related issues, we have crews on the scene blocking the lane with construction on the northeast extension southbound between lehigh valley and quakertown watch for a lane being blocked. outside live, the area bridges in good shape. this is the ben, light volume and no issues as you head out early, tam. >> thank you, karen. breaking out of the mercer county, hammonton township police are on the scene of a homicide that happened overnight. let's go over to katherine scott she is there now. >> reporter: good morning, tam,
a homicide overnight in this neighborhood. police continue to investigate. so far they have not released a whole lot of details as to what happened overnight. you can see the genesee street by east park avenue is closed off. there are multiple police vehicles on the scene for the investigation. this happened around midnight, but the circumstances surrounding the homicide remain clear right now, there's been no word from investigators what the motive was or what was behind it. at this point the identity of the victim was not released. the street remains closed off for the homicide situation, this is a breaking story, we'll bring you details when we get them, we just know there was a homicide in this neighborhood overnight. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> police are investigating the discovery of a body in the city's holmesburg section. it was found on the 8000 block of frankford avenue yesterday
evening. the man's body had trauma to the head in front of a buildings that houses dental office and apartment. police noticed a rag placed over the surveillance camera in the lobby when they checked video from the outside camera they saw people dragging the body on the sidewalk. police were able to take two people of interest into custody. investigators say they are looking for three people who jumped out a window as police were arriving. happening today, members of septa's largest union will vote on a new five year contract. a tentative deal was struck november 7th to end the strike before election day, today it's up to five thousand twu-234 members to vote on the deal. the negotiated deal includes wage increases of 10.5% and pension increases up to 15% higher and cadillac human being
coverage while -- healthcare coverage while more employee contribution. surveillance video shows robbers stealing five thousand dollars of high end jackets at the macy's at the moors town mall sunday night. investigators are connected whether these men are connected to a macy's smash and grab in northeast philadelphia and hoot heist at the boyds store in center city. philadelphia police along with the fbi are asking for the public's help finding in bank robber who targeted a center city bank. these surveillance photos were taken at the republic bank on wednesday, police say a man wearing a hooded addis jacket showed a note to the teller and grabbed cash and left. if you know whose contact the fbi. a man who refused to get
his dog attention is facing annual cruelty. his dog is suffering from a fractured leg. he pled guilty to a count of lack of veterinary care. he cannot own an animal for 90 days,s has a new home. >> could today be the pick of the week? >> reporter: tomorrow could be. as we look outside, it looks nice, clear skies and the stars out over the battleship new jersey and the dwir river -- delaware river, the winds are not that bad. up in the northern bushes we're starting out with the numbers in the mid 30s in allentown and lancaster. 37 in wilmington. 41 in trenton. 34 in millville. still 50 down in cape may.
satellite and radar shows you most of the cloud cover is well off to the north and west even if you're up on i-80 later this morning you'll want sunglasses. that's the case on i-95 and all the local area highways and by ways. it's starting out cooler in the lehigh valley, sunny, pleasant, 68. we'll get the highs around 3:00 p.m. down the shore, high of 64 sunny and nice. in philadelphia, we'll go up to 68 degrees under mostly sunny skies, milder than yesterday, and even yesterday it wasn't bad. winds out of the west at 5 to 10 miles per hour not all that windy. now, remember that 68 hits at 3:00 p.m., the sun goes down and it is still northbound and the numbers will cool off quickly. if you have evening plans bring along a coat. 50 degrees by 9:00 a.m. these are not horrible numbers, but we'll be in the upper 40s by 10 and 11:00 p.m., you want to
make sure you're bundled. overnight tonight we go down to 467 under mainly clear skies, wind on the light side. looks like saturday is a repeat today with warm air plug up the east coast. -- flooding up the east coast. clouds increase and sunday the big change we get colder air in place, strong, driving wind, highs in the upper 40s and feeling like the 30s. for the half marathon on saturday looks good. sunny and mild, 48 degrees. even though we're not changing the temperature a lot for the sunday marathon, 44 degrees will feel different because of the increased cloud cover and strong blustery winds that will give you windchills in the upper 20s and low 30s during the race. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 68 degrees sunny and milder today. 69 degrees with increasing clouds on sunday. sunday, blustery and colder,
high of 49. monday, 46 degrees, back to 48 on tuesday, sunny and cool. wednesday, showers possible. 53 degrees, thursday, a little damp, high of 54. umbrellas might be needed if you're going to the parade. >> looks like accuweather is predicting a bountiful harvest on thanksgiving. president obama meets with world leaders today, yesterday he offered advice to his successor donald trump. >> reporter: we're live on the blue route approaching conshohocken northbound traffic heading toward the schuylkill expressway moving nicely no delay just yet. we'll take you to exton, chester county and hop into new jersey when "action news" comes right
bridge like ants into an ant hill. friday morning, nice day today. >> i'm still stuck on an ant hill. >> did you ever see ants, you know what they are? >> reporter: i did, matt, marching along exton, chester county, route 100 at commerce drive, clear and dry, no weather-related problems today. traffic moving all right. coming in from phoenixville or
chester springs, the right is looking good. coming in from turnersville, 42 is looking good. we have construction blocking a lane in each direction, should wrap up at 6:00 a.m. the travel times in good shape. i-95 42. traffic report a member of our 6abc team, animals on the road, woodhaven road near academy watch for that, we've been warning you about the deer that are out there. we're seeing that this morning, be careful. 42 degrees in philadelphia. in the 30s in the lehigh valley. 34 in millville. weather is changing up and down east coast. we're starting off 10 to 14 degrees colder, but we end up milder with highs in the 60s, 68 is the high. matt and tam. >> developing this morning a tennessee mother out celebrating her child's birthday was killed
when gunfire erupted at the party. the 21-year-old woman who was killed was the mother of the 2-year-old birthday child. 6 other people were wounded including a 6-year-old. neighbors believe the shooting was gang related. police are searching for the three people they believe are responsible. yellowstone national park officials are describing details of how an oregon man died by falling into a hot spring. he discovered in the a -- acidic water. this went into an unauthorized area to soak, he reached down to check the temperature and slipped and fell in. >> happening today, president obama is in berlin meeting with the leaders of britain, france, italy and spain.
he conferred with angela merkel. he said donald trump should take a tougher approach toward russia and stand up to moscow. the flyers are celebrating their second win in the last 6 games. michael raffle scored against winnipeg. goalie steve mason made 30 saves. the flyers win 5-2. they host tampa bay tomorrow. last night's matchup between the sixers and timber wolves was supposed to be a showcase of big young men, it seems only one team showed up. it was not the sixers. they lost 110-86. they head back home to host phoenix. mike trout has won the m.v.p. award for a second time. he was ated home in millville
when he -- he was at his home in millville when he received the news. he drove in 100 runs, it would be a dream come true if he became a philadelphia philly. >> people here would pass out. you ask kids on the street who they want to be when they grow up. it's mike trout. a rocket is heading toward international space station and the astronaut on board is making history. a famous dress worn by mary lynn monroe sold for a record price. >> reporter: jackets are refired this morning. we're in the 60s, but jackets still required because we'll cool down in the evening.
has set the record for the oldest woman in space. she blasted off from kazakhastan yesterday. this is her third mission to the space station and her second time as commander. >> congratulations. >> reporter: nicely done, right? let's head outside and see what the traffic looks like. live in southwest philadelphia, the platt bridge by i-95 if you're heading toward the airport, no problems between 26th and i-95. looking good this morning. how about mass transit. checking in on regional rails, we've been seeing delays is of lately. so far so good, everything running on time, dave. >> reporter: all right, karen, we're a little chilly to start out. some suburbs in the 30s, at 8:00 a.m., 43 in philadelphia. in the afternoon a good time to get market done or other errands. noon, 61. 3:00 p.m., nice high of 68. it's november the sun sets early we're not going to hold that number all that long.
6:00 p.m., we're back down to 58. if you have plans to head out this evening, grab a jacket or coat. at the airport, no major delays all green aircraft. we have rain in dallas fort worth at this hour, all other cities are dry. there are many benefits for being rich an a longer life is among them. new research shows 3,000 counties based on on household incomes. men in the wealthiest counties live to 79 years old and 69 in the poorest. women 83 years in the wealthiest counties and 68 in the poorest. heart disease has been the top killer in the u.s. for decades. the number of deaths are dropping possibly due to more americans taking the advice of
exercising and kicking the smoking habits. lifestyle changes can ward off diseases. school speed zones are designed to keep students safe. >> whoa, whoa! , 55 oh, my lord. >> but drivers are speeding by the blinking speed limit signs. chad perdelli found some troubling numbers be see how the city stacks up with others across the state. >> you come out here for the safety of our children if nothing else. >> reporter: watch chads' exclusive investigation at 11:00 p.m. tonight. morning buzz is next. >> breaking overnight, police are on the scene of a homicide investigation in mercer county, new jersey, we'll have a live report at 5 can 30. first up what's coming up on
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silence on the sexual harassment. carlson said it was not the first time it happened. she talked about how many other women endured the same thing. >> reporter: when situations like that happen to women you fear it's you're fault you're not going to be believed and you're going to lose your job. watch 20/20 on 6abc. >> talk about the morning buzz, remember this dress? it sold for $4.8 million it was the winning billed for the dress that belonged to marilyn monroe. she sang happy birthday to jfk. it was the most expensive dress sold at an auction. in 2011 someone paid 4.6 million for the dress that flew up standing on the the subway grate
in the seven year itch. take a look at this, that was not a new database move adele was trying to out. she was diving out of the way of a bat. adele laughing, she has a great laugh went on with the show. matt. >> like a bat out of hell, right? >> good stuff. president-elect donald trump is scheduled to meet with a man who denounced his canned details during the -- candidacy during the campaign. police look at the suspects in a purse snatching have done this before.
>> breaking now on "action news" a death investigation in new jersey, and police suspect foul play. we're live on the scene. breaking overnight, someone shoots up a north philadelphia house, while three women are inside a sleep. union workers say yea or nay on a septa contract that was settled on earlier this week. >> let's go over to david murphy with accuweather and karen rogers has the commute. >> reporter: good morning, everyone you can see it's dry and we have a lack of cloud
cover and we're expecting sunshine from start to finish. early morning in connection nume cool side. 36 degrees in allentown. mid 30s in lancaster and wilmington and millville. and 50 down the coast. stlaiflt wind to deal -- is there a lot of wind to deal with? not really. as we roll through the day, 43 under the sun by 7:00 a.m. 51 for 10:00 a.m. good morning for a workout. noon, 61 we climb to 68 degrees by 3:00 p.m. that will be the high right there, whoops we forget to turn on that little deal. notice in november, the sun goes down early, we don't get much sunshine during the day, we'll be at 58 degrees by 6:00 p.m. don't be fooled by the 68-degree high. it will be great in the afternoon, if you have eve