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good afternoon in the news donald trump continues to piece together his cabinet as "time" magazine names him person of the year. >> and rush hour train service comes to a stop as a train slams into a car in camden. and a growing chilly morning turning into a mild day on thursday wednesday. >> enjoy it while it lasts. there are cooler temperatures on the way. it is december. david murphy has a check of your accuweather forecast. >> still chilly on the terrace now, let get you to satellite. clouds are still socking us in and some sun breaks coming from the west this afternoon. 46 in philadelphia and 44 in allentown and reading and 47 in millville and 45 in cape may and a bit of a breeze coming down from the northwest at 10 miles per hour clip right now in philadelphia. that is enough to add to the chilly feel certainly. today's hig i degree as above average and
fairly mild for this time of etyeating down to 36 and it's colder overnight. speaking of cold that is what we look at the raw temperatures to the the north and west. places like below temperatures in sioux falls. it heads in our direction and by friday and saturday it will be chillier and windier. >> david thank you. "time" magazine named its annual person of the year and this year it goes to president-elect donald trump, he said it's quote, a tremendous honor and he was on the "today" show this morning and said he was lucky enough to be cover many times and he continued his victory tour and is working on his transition. e with the latest. >> reporter: hi there sara, mr. trump did not always like the "time" magazine person of year.
in 2013 he called it a stunt by aine that would soon be dead. and today he is singing a different tune. >> president-elect donald trump says he will announce the final members of his administration soon. >> i think we are in theogether all time great cabinets in our nation's histor administration prepares to assume the reins of power donald trump was named the "time" magazine person of the year. honor, especially me growing up reading "time" magazine. it's an important magazine. >> he calleded states of america. >> when you say divided states at the divide idn't divide bragging about the win. boy were those numbers good. >> andew
secretary of defense, mr. trump continues to tout his to bring foreign investments into the united states like the $50 billion investment from a japanese billionaire. >> he pledged he will put $50 billion into the united states because of our victory. >> reporter: and mr. trump is making a public point about reaching across the aisle saying he consulted with mr. obama with picking some members oeeting wi chief of staff and mayor of chicago, rahm emanuel. >> thank you. green party stein's petition for a recount gets a heari pennsylvania court on friday. lawyers for stein and for donald trump will have 45 minutes to
make their case. she insists that the state's voting system is vulnerable and hackable and antiquated. today marks the 75th annive on pearl harbor. it was this date tial japan attacked pearl harbor. thousands of people are expected to attend a ceremony at the site to mark is the abverse. preside memorial later on this month with prime minister of japan. [ taps ] >> and a somber service took place this morning in newport, delare those that died at pearl harbor. taps was played at the p route . it started the same time the
attacks took place in hawaii. newly released voice video philadelphia at a parking lot. the victim tried to get her bag back and was instead dragged by the thief's car when he was making a get away. it happened along oregon avenue in the middle of the day on november 27th. the thief watched a woman put groceries in the front of her car and swiped her purse from another door. she ran after him and was dragged by him. the heroin crisis claimed another life in bucks county. falls township responded to another overdose death late last night. that is five deaths in just 11 days in the community. police say that two people that were with the victim are now in custody. multiple deaths believed to be linked to heroin philadelphia.
and a train slammed into a car at 6:30234 camden. one person was taken to the hospital in stable condition and it's still not known exactly why the car ends up on the tracks. service is back to normal at search for victims at the deadly fire at the warehouse fire in oakland is 100% over. all the victims are identified and the crimi could result in murder charges. lauren lister has more now from oakland. >> reporter: there is no official cause of the fire in that warehouse but authorities believe it may have been electrical. the search for bodies 100% complete and the focus now is s. officials zeroing in on a refrigerator and other electrical devices as the potential force of the massive devastation friday night. >> they are gathering the
potential electric sources of ignition and closely examining them. >> after the techno danceit bec. some spent the final moments nd them. >> we found victims in the wreckage that were holding each other and career for each other as they waited to die. tragic realizations came. thisg m her only son, filmmaker alex lets celebrate him and his work. >> people getting out but shaken by the horror they escaped. i can't imagine how those families feel. >> and an artist that lived in here revealed more about the deplorable conditions. >> it was horrible. a death trap.
this video showed crumbling walls and endless clutter. >> it's now closely scrutinized and a criminal probe underway and a local state of money is declared to help with the recovery. still to come on "action news" at noon, you could soon be seeing a lot more starbucks stores around town. we'll tell you why. and a dangerous chase through a los angeles neighborhood. we'll tell you how far this guy managed to drive on just three wheels. that and more when "action news" comes right back.
a strong indonesia today killing nearly 100 people and sparking a frantic rescue efforts and dozens of buildings have collapsed or were damaged. the indonesia government declared a two week eeme area w quake struck. the same area that was deaf stated by an earthquake and tsunami in 2004. in pakistan a plan with 48 people on board crashed into a
the capital of islambad. rescuers have retrieved seven bodies and they are working to collect the remains of other passengers, there is no word on what may have caused this crash states and five other western powers are calling for a cease fire near the city of aleppo. accusing tes, italy and the de russia of obstruction at the security council and investigate the reports that war crimes are being committed in syria as factions are proposing a five-day cease fire to allow citizens to be evacuated. opening statements are underway in the death penalty . the 22-year-old accused in the deadly shooting insized a church in charleston, south carolina. it took 20 minutes to seat mor.
he is accused of killing nine people in the church last july. he is white and said he wanted hate crime and obstruction of religion charges. >> a driver accused of being under the influence led police on an hour long chase through los angeles early this morning. mostly on three wheels, the back tire had blown out and sparkne point he clipped the back wheel of a cyclist and drove through a neighborhood and a pickup truck blocked the car. still to come on "action news" at noon, a new study reveals what people do before binge watching netflix. starbuc love the company's later
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if you think there is a starbucks on every corner now just wait. starbucks says it's boosting th open 12,000 new locations within five years, they are already 25,000 stores. comes a week after the company announced that their long time ceo is stepping down. in health check this noon, a new study says that repealing president obama's health care law without a clear replacement could end with 30 million people becoming uninsured. republicans say they are working on a replacement but the strategy has raised concer you may have heard the term of netflix and chill. that people actually do take a break after watching a lot of netflix, netflixed asked their users about their viewing habits
and 59 per of people stopped watching netflix for 30 days. people that binge watch "gilmor dirty dancing next. or a comedy after scary shows or movies. and a morning ended on an unforgettable down note when santa body shamed him. anthony may says he asked for an ipod touch and drone for christmas when santa made a comment that eluded to his size. >> i never seen anything like this. when i got done he said lay off the hamburgers and french fries and that disrespected me and i feel awful. >> mr. claus employed by the time apologized to the family and the manager did not say
whether disciplinary action was taken. the news team is working on stories for tonight at 4:00. alicia vitarelli has a preview. >> reporter: coming up today at 4:00 most of us can use extra cash this time of year well what's the deal to the rescue today. we'll take you to a local family run business that turns your closet into cash on the spot. >> and many parents struggle with picky eaters. we are one of them. and it's not just a stage, today at 4:00 tips to help your kids develop better eating habits and you can take us with you on the go and watch our newscast streaming live on your smart phone or tablet with the 6 abc news app. >> thank yo
well, here is a sight we are hoping not to see for a while. a blizzard hit north dakota. bismark got 6 inches of snow and grand forks got 15 inches in the past 24 hours. winds gusted to more than 50 miles per hour and windchills were below 20 this morning and more snow is possible today. >> that is too bad. >> ha, ha, ha. >> it's cold enough to snow in a few days. >> certainly in the morning. >> we timed the rain just right. >> yes we did. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing you that after a misty drizzly start we are back to dry conditions as we look outside we have cloudy skies overhead and this is earlier on the action cam down there on the ben franklin parkway looking straight at the art museum in philadelphia. you see how the roads this morning were still damp and
everything is doing a good job of drying out now, it's chilly and grab your coat if you have errands to run. wins from the north north west at 14 miles per hour as strong as those winds will get. enough enough to push your car around the road but enough to add to the chilly feel. 44 in allentown and 44 in reading and 46 in wilmington and 44 in trenton and 46 in philadelphia and 45 in cape may. everybody is beneath the clouds and even temperatures. there are breaks in the clouds and thinning to the west and we hope to see the return of sunny breaks as we go through the next several hours. if you get lucky in your neighborhood you may get sunshine for a bit. future tracker 6 is suggesting that at 4:30 you see breaks in the model. hopefully we can get the sunshine in. mostly cloudy and chilly and 48 and the sun bursting through.
outside we had sunshine briefly before the clouds took it right back in like the blob. a bit breezy at the shore and 55 is the high there. and in philadelphia we'll call it mostly cloudy with hopefully some sunny breaks later. chilly and a high of 50 degrees, winds 7 to 14 miles per hour. for the evening commute you may need your sunglasses at times if the sun peeks through at 4:00. 48 and maybe some sun and 43 by 6:00 and 41 by 7:00 and it's a chilly overnight. mainly cloudy overnight and cold conditions on tap. and 36 is the low in philadelphia and with all the clouds all the suburbs are not much different. wins from the west at 6 to 12 miles per hour not all that strong. big change tomorrow with a front coming at us, only 45 degrees with clouds and sunny breaks
tomorrow and as the front gets past late interday and at night the winds pick up and it feels cold out there. and we have stuck with the colder air on friday, saturday and even sunday. you see the windchills in the 20s on friday and saturday and are low as well. here are the windchills on future tracker 6 when have you the 45 degree high it feels like 40 and winds not that strong yet. watch what happens, the windchills go down overnight and 6:30 in the morning on friday it feels like the teens and low 20s and probably the upper 20s in the afternoon, your exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast today's high is 50 and mostly cloudy skies and hoping on sunny breaks later and a high of just 45 and late in the day or evening could be a sprinkle or flurry around. and blustery and cold on friday and feeling like the 20s most of the day and maybe a flurry or shower here and there.
and saturday cold and blustery and 38. and sunday a mix of sun and clouds and high of 42 degrees for the eagles and maybe rain at night and monday cloudy and rainy and could be a mix at some point overnight in the predawn hours in the western areas. but mainly rain out of that. tuesday we think clouds and sun. >> thank you, david. remember that scrawny christmas tree in reading this year montreal has one as well. some call it the 85 foot p strangly tree. the company admits it didn't have the time or money to properly decorate it and others say they love the tree just the way it is. >> poor tree. i feel sorry for that tree. >> more ahead in our next half our of "action news" at 12:30, a
person of the year recognition and residents of gatlinburg, tennessee, get a first look at what is left behind after wild fires there. and america remembers japan's attack on pearl harbor 75 years ago today. now the details, we are in a transition type of day weather wise, yesterday's rain is gone but the clouds are sticking around. as we look at sky 6 hd from our temple university camera. if you have not dug out your winter hats and gloves, you'll need them before long, because it's getting cold. david murphy is outside with what is in store. >> cloudy out here now and a chilly temperature profile. lets go ahead and look at satellite 6 along with action radar you see the rain coming in overnight and really breaking down to just light mist and drizzle this moin