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that's standard protocol in this types of situations. an hour ago the shelter in place was lifted and the scene was secure. there were various people sent to the hospital that included stab wounds and injuries from a motor vehicle. one person is in critical condition, two in stable. >> the campus is in columbus, ohio with nearly 60,000 students. ohio state is one of the nation's largest university. one suspect was killed, 8 people hospitalize. the campus secured. we'll follow the breaking news story on "action news" and online at 6abc.com. now to a developing to her, delaware, teenager student remains hospitalized after being shot while heading to school this morning. shots rang out at 6:45 a.m. near west 27th and north van burne in wilmington.
a 15-year-old male was hit several times and flagged down a school bus for help. neighbors witnessed the chaos after the shooting. >> we saw kids running this way and some kids jump on the bus and the bus driver was telling the kids to get on the bus for their protection. >> five or six shots, i had to make sure my son was okay, he was okay. >> the teenage victim is stable at a. i. dupont hospital for children. else a freshman at dickinson high school. in bucks county they are looking for a man who broke into a woman's apartment and assaulted her. this surveillance video shows the suspect at a gas station around the time of the incident. it is believed he is the man who broke into the apartment in bensalem early saturday morning. the woman and her daughter were asleep at the time. the victim woke up to find the man inside there was a struggle and that's when the woman said
the man sexually assaulted her. if you have any information call bensalem police. right now a nine day mourning period is underway in cuba to honor the county's long time leader fedel castro. he died friday night at the age of 90. his remains will be brought to the main square in havana. thousands lined up to say a final farewell to the president who led the nation for five decades. a public mass is planned for tomorrow followed by a week of services. the first regularly scheduled flight in nearly half a century left miami bound for havana. the american airlines flight was the first one bound to had a vanna. the air travel was made possible under newly restored ties. president-elect donald
trump continues to fill the job of vacantcies in his administration. but there's a dramatics. kenneth moten has more. >> reporter: the wisconsin recount in the process of recounting 3 million votes in the presidential race. the effort led by the green party jill stein and joined by hillary clinton's campaign. >> we're in a rigged system, folks. >> reporter: the winner president-elect donald trump who railed against what he called a rigged system. trump tweeted the people have spoken and the election is over. the president-elect posted that he would have won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally. he voted serious voter fraud in the virginia and new hampshire.
serious bias, big problem. he tweeted no proof to back up his claim. california secretary of state called the voter fraud absurd. >> what are all these conflicts of interests that's the thing that will follow him through this presidency. >> reporter: there's transition turmoil over possible secretary of state contender mitt romeny. >> he went out of his way to hurt donald trump. >> reporter: trump's transition team said he will have a second meeting with romney tomorrow and meet with david petraeus. kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> a man and woman suspected this several purse snatchings across the delaware valley appeared before a judge. only "action news" was there. the two were arrested earlier this month after they tried to snatch a woman's purse from an
acme store. pope and gross face multiple charges including theft and unlawful taking and retail thefts. turning to the accuweather forecaster, a chilly start this morning, but we are warming up, the sun will shine all day long, but change is on the way. accuweather is calling for rain and it could be a soaker. david murphy on the terrace with the details. >> reporter: we have a drought, that will help as a lot of that will get into the soil and the act with -- as we take a look at low temperatures this morning, it was cold. we managed to zip is to the freezing mark briefly in
philadelphia and a lot of spots below freezing. a lot of places in the 20s around sunrise. we're beginning to bounce back, 50 degrees in philadelphia and elsewhere around the immediate region up to new york city and central park and the mall in washington, d.c. and richmond virginia and charleston, west virginia. everybody enjoying similar parents in terms of the temperature. winds 8 miles per hour that's a gentle breeze not adding much to the cool feel. here's where numbers will go, we'll go for a high of 56. we expect to be in the 40s by 6:00 p.m. him at some point we'll bottom out this evening, 46 is the forecast low. it's possible that the temperatures starts to inch its way back up by midnight. so eagles fans tonight looking at a temperature around 46 to 48 degrees with light wind. notice, how 2:00 a.m. we are up to 50 and early tomorrow morning when you get up we're in the 50s and head into the mid 60s tomorrow. the trade off, guys, is rain
we'll get that tomorrow morning, it will be off and on through the day tomorrow and another round coming on wednesday, i'll detail that coming up, rick. >> see you back inside, thank you. it is traditionally the busiest online shopping day of the year today, cyber monday, but some of the deals started before today. nora muchanic live inside a busy amazon fulfillment center in mercer county. nora if you see my gift hold it to the side and give it to me when you see me. >> reporter: we're at the amazon center in robinsville new jersey. 28 football fields that's the size of it. this place was buzzing until a couple of minutes ago when everybody took a lunch break. all morning employees have been hustling to move purchases out of this giant warehouse and get them to you. >> cyber monday last career customers ordered 54 million
items that's 629 items per second and this year we know we'll beat those numbers. >> reporter: now this massive facility in robinsville has 4,000 employees working two ten hour shifts to pick, pack and ship items shoppers will be selecting today. 12 miles of conveyer belts run through the building carrying an amazing range of items. savvy shoppers are using computers and phones to shop. they love the convenience and ready to get going on this cyber monday. we talked to a couple of them this morning. >> i'm looking for a new laptop and a riles cooker for my dad. >> reporter: you will be online looking. >> hot and heavy. >> everything is in my hand, click on amazon.com. >> most convenient instead of
waiting, standing in line, i'm not big with the lines, so something online is easier. >> reporter: back live you're looking at the floor of amazon "fyi phillyment" center in -- fulfillment center in robinsville. everybody has gone to lunch, they use an amazing combination of robots and people power to take the order you make find it pack and send it out to where you will be. cyber monday is the biggest day of the year for online retailers. estimates shoppers could spend up to $2.3 billion before it's all over. live in robinsville, nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." before you ask, yes your gift is here. >> oh, good. drive it back to philadelphia. there's much more ahead on "action news" at 12:30 p.m. the force of a crash hurled an
>> firefighters call it a miracle that an 8-month-old survived a serious crash in arkansas. the baby was thrown from the car during a collision with a semi truck. firefighters found the infant 35 feet away in a drainage grate. she suffered nothing more than a scratch on her forehead. >> sometimes we go out and things are not okay. during the holidays to have a positive just feels good. >> the four other people inside the car, nobody was seriously injured. delta airlines was apologizing for a pro trump supporter also disruption during a flight from atlanta to
allentown. passengers on board said a man stood in the aisle and yelled insults to hillary clinton supporters. the passenger was never removed. delta said it was sorry that the disruption happened and the customer should not have been a loud to continue on the flight. a california mother of two was found safe week after disappearing on a run. her kidnapping and escape is shedding light on the dangers of running alone especially for women. we have important tips how to stay safe. >> she was out for an afternoon jog. >> she is heavily battered. >> reporter: 34-year-old sherri papini said she was snatched by two attackers while running near her reading california home. missing for two weeks before finally escaping. when you run alone you're vulnerable. this summer alone, 33-year-old strangled on the trail she took
everyday. another mured on a path -- another murdered on a path behind her mother's house. all out for a jog when they attacked. >> it's this view when you don't have any protection. >> reporter: the founder of tough cookie, a jogging group founded on the theory on the trails and roads there's safety in numbers. >> nobody is going to attempt anything when you have a group you can relax and enjoy your run and not be on the look out. >> whams if you can't run with a partner. we talked to safety expert who gave us tips on how to protect universal on the path. first, ditch the headphones. >> the earlier i can see somebody approaching me, then i can respond that can give me a better chance of getting away to someplace safe. >> avoid baggy clothes. opt for clothes that are form fitting that doesn't have a
hood. opt for hair that is under a cap. makes it difficult for somebody to grab a hold of you or take you to the bushes or to the ground. taking one self-defense class can increase your safety. you learn how to be better prepared to pay attention to your vowngtd and listen to your gut. you fight back in a worse case scenario. >> that was beche worely reporting. tell a trusted friend or family member when you go for a run and what path you plan on taking and how long you expect to be gone. >> still ahead on "action news," another check of the forecast. >> sky6 live hd showing you philadelphia international airport. meteorologist david murphy has an update from accuweather and a little bit of rainy weather heading our way when we come right back.
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ready and have it close by. >> reporter: not there, but there. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you no need for an umbrella right now as we have dry conditions on storm tracker 6 live double scan, but we'll keep the radar up and running overnight. by tomorrow morning we'll see the first of a couple of days of rain. bright sunshine early at fairmont park at the stables, our photographer john got the picture of the horses all in blankets this morning. we got down to the freezing mark. 50 degrees is the current temperature, the winds are out of the south at 8 miles per hour. only going up to 10, 11, 12 today. that's a light wind not enough to add an additional chill if you're out working or walking. you see satellite with the clouds thin enough to let sun through, but getting thicker later today and tonight. that there is the rain and that
is slowly guiding its way in our direction. probably not having to worry about that until early tomorrow morning. 56 degrees is the high today in philadelphia. similar numbers north to south. 56 in wilmington. 55 in trenton and toms river. 54 in allentown all the way down south, 54 in cape may. light winds and sun and clouds and pretty much the same temperature story everywhere. we'll get a high of 56 around 3:00 p.m. 54 by 4:00 p.m. sun goes down, temperatures go down, 51 degrees by 6:00. 4 degrees by 8:00 p.m. 47 by 10:00 p.m. him we'll see the numbers bounce back up as we approach midnight. for the eagles we'll go with the idea for temperatures, 48 at the kickoff, 46, 47 in the 4th quarter. wind light 35 to 10 miles per hour. twitter follower is like you might not have to get too bundled up, but sitting there for four quarters you might want
to bring gloves. a great game for the eagles tonight. 5:00 a.m., half-hour after we're on on the air karen rogers and i tracking the stuff for us, we'll have rain moving in during the morning show in the rush hour, heavy or steady cells are possible for a time in a couple of spots. more of that in the afternoon. by 4:00 p.m. damp and dreary. this kind of clears out overnight and we get to wednesday morning, cloudy skies and maybe a spritz, however another round of precipitation comes up the coast on wednesday, this one goes with us into wednesday night with off and on showers again heavy stuff possible and maybe a rumble of thunder. how much rain are we looking at? latest model projections are going from 2 1/2 to 2 or 3 inches of north. no matter how much you get or don't get, we need it. we're running dry lately. 56 degrees is the high, sun to
clouds, chilly, nice enough for the eagles tonight. nice for this time of the year, too. tomorrow, breezy, mild, 65. up to 68 on wednesday, more clouds and as you saw, more rain building in especially in the afternoon and evening on and off. on thursday there might be early rain leftover, but it end quickly at this point. we end up with drying on thursday, 61 with temperatures dropping in the afternoon. friday, saturday you can -- sunday, they all look bright and cool. a minnesota teenager made history, 19-year-old is the first somali american to participate in the miss minnesota u.s.a. competition. vying for the crown she wore four different outfits including hijab and burkini. she didn't make it to the semifinal rounds, unfortunately she did not advance to the final
five. >> thanksgiving weekend kicked off the holiday movie season and disney's latest adventure sailed to victory. it earned 80 millions dollars during the five day extended weekend opening. it follows a teenager in line to be chief and her conflicted feelings her love to the island and her love of the ocean. it came in second to frozen. the sounds of the holiday season are filling the air, the philly pops are preparing for their annual christmas concert at the kimmel center. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: for many families celebrating christmas with the philly pops is a treasured annual tradition. adhere the musicians are joined by three choirs and famous jazz singer. music director, will lead the
show of over 300 performers in this year's festive concert. >> the christmas show is one of my favorite things. the ideal way to get into the spirit of christmas. >> reporter: they will be performing songs that audiences know and love. >> there will be popular songs like i'll be home for christmas, traditional christmas songs, like come all ye faithful. >> reporter: this year they will be joined by popular jazz singer and pianist. >> >> he is a wonderful singer. >> reporter: several area choirs will take the stage. >> philly pops orchestra and festival chorus, the philadelphia boys chorus and saint thomas gospel choir. ♪ >> reporter: it wouldn't be a potassium christmas without the annual audience sing along. >> thousands of people in the hall all joyfully singing their
favorite christmas song. it's a wonderful coming together. people who may have never heard the philly potassium -- pops before, the program is a favorite introduction. >> >> reporter: for tickets go to the arts in philly.org or visit 6abc.com/loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers.
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12 miles per hour. mid 50s in the i-95 corridor and more of the same down the shore, sun to clouds light winds and 56 is the high in atlantic city today. >> thank you, today on "action news" at 4:00 p.m. we'll follow the breaking news coming out of ohio state university in columbus. an attack that happened before 10:00 a.m. has sent 8 people to the hospital. officials are updating the situation right now, you can watch it online, we're streaming live on 6abc.com what officials are saying from columbus, ohio. in the meantime that will do it for us on "action news" at noon. don't forget to join us later today for "action news" at 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. >> for rick williams, david murphy and the entire "action news" team, i'm sarah bloomquist. have a great afternoon. >> we'll see you tonight.
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