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east 6 and street. a child is in critical condition after being shot in the head. his mother a woman in her 30s was also grazed by a bullet in the home. >> a 6-year-old child was actually shot in the head. unintented target with people out with violence. >> witnesses tell "action news" that the mother and child were sitting in the car at the time and a reporter is on the way to the scene and updates here and online at 6abc.com. >> meantime we are learning new information about a deadly shooting in gloucester county, a knowledge transit bus driver was killed in what people believe was a murder-suicide. christie aleto is live with the details for us. >> reporter: that is right. we learned that the victim is identified address 45-year-old ryan c. reynolds apparently shot while on the job.
his killer then fled before she took her own life. the calls for help came in at 1:30 this afternoon. -- gloucester county prosecutors office confirmed that a 45-year-old bus driver, ryan c. reynolds was shot in the garage by jackson. she fled seconds after the murder and police tracked her down at center and mantua streets later where she reportedly took her own life. we didn't hear gunshots just sirens and then the police arrived and an ambulance. >> detectives do not believe the murder was random and what prompted the shooting remains unclear. >> things like this happen and it's a sad thing and unfortunate. >> reporter: now again these are
live pictures you see the homicide detectives are still on scene combing through this garage at the new jersey transit bus center. authorities have not detail fire department this was domestic or if the victim knew his killer but upsetting for people that worked with mr. reynolds. channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. now to day two of bill cosby's sexual assault trial and the powerful testimony today from his chief accuser. >> today andrea constand took the stand telling a jury that she was drugged and raped by the comedian in 2004 at his home. the first time she spoke about the alligations in public. >> vernon odom was in court today and live in norristown with more on today's proceedings. >> reporter: good afternoon rick are and monica, the courtroom arrived at the peak today as the district attorney called andrea constand to the witness stand
and had never given her version of the story before. at 2:00 andrea constand was called to the witness stand and for the first time told her story. the first time he put his hand on her high and the fourth time he tried to undo her parents and she left. on a fifth visit she says he plied her with pills and wine and cosby led me to the couch and i saw two of him. the next recollection was being jolted awake as cosby groped her breast and fondled her inside of her pants. she was unable to tell him to stop or resist him. she woke up later humiliated and confused and left. cosby's lawyers will argue it was entirely consensual. outside of the courtroom one of
the dozens of women attacked the cosby defense strategy. >> i'm offended by it and i know his true nature and i was a victim and know many of his victims and i know who they are personally and know their truth. >> monica the cross-examination of of andrea constand started hours ago and it will be long as the lawyers attack her incredible and the insistsies in her previous testimony. >> the da prior decided not to prosecute because he said her evidence was too little at the time. daniel selby jr. is back in police custody tonight in bucks county after two days on the run. the escaped prisoner was captured after a resident saw
him and called police. they saw him hiding behind bushes and took him into the custody. he was on the run since sunday night after escaping an arrest on a drug charge. a chemical leak prompted the evacuation of pennsbury high school today. police and fire responded to the high school at 2:00 this afternoon and students were taken to the hospital where they were having trouble breathing. it happened in the pool house and 20 students were in there at the time. turning to accuweather the unsettled days ahead for our region will they last much longer? right now you see heavy cloud cover and showers continuing to dominate the skies around the delaware and lehigh valleys and a trend that lingers at least for a little bit. adam joseph in for cecily tynan.
>> a break eventually towards the end of the week and another dreary day on tap tomorrow all because of low pressure off to the north and the steady rain in central parts of new england and showers are rotating around the low around the poconos and another little cluster into south jersey as well as atlantic county. and cape may county. temperature-wise it depends on your location. boston in the 40s and new york city in the 50s. 60s in philadelphia and the cool northeastly wind wrapping around the low well off of the coastline. and with a more westerly wind parts of lancaster county in delaware and down to baltimore it's in the 70s right now. the low overnight dropping down to 53 degrees.
as we head into the forecast we talk about another dreary day tomorrow as we improve our skies for thursday and friday and we are talking about a heat wave that comes in at the end of the weekend into next week we'll talk about the big turn around in the exclusive accuweather forecast. >> thank you adam. in other news, a 25-year-old intelligence contractor is arrested for allegedly leaking classified information. reality winner is accused of leaking a top secret document detailing a russian cyber attack on a software supply company. the information was published online and winner was arrested on the same day. we are following the leak and what is in store for the suspected leaker. coming up tonight on "action news" at 5:30? in france police are trying to figure out an attack on police outside of one of the most popular tourist sites. a man with a hammer went after
police outside of the notre dame cathedral while crying this is for syria. people were locked inside of church while the search was carried out. the attacker was shot and taken into custody. after british police named the third attacker in london. abc is live in london with the investigation there. >> reporter: rick, the mastermind of saturday's attack was known as an extremist and questions are arriving at how the isis sympathizer was able to operate under the radar. this 27-year-old said to be the leader of the trio of terrorists behind the ruthless rampage. he called the jihadis next door. >> because he is white and english he can go but all of us just praying, we have to stay.
>> he was at the center of a probe in 2015 but british authorities concluded he was not a threat. >> we ask ourselves could this have been prevented? but they plotted their attack for months. the final trigger a message from isis inciting violence during the holy month of ramadan, they carried out their plan mowing down people killing 7 and wounding 50. this is what the uk and europe is up against with all the individuals radicalized and prepared to carry out this type of attack inspired by isis. >> today a moment of silence for the victims. and heart break for their families. >> me as a person i'm extremely angry. because i have been with james and i know that anger -- wins.
>> police arrested one person in raids overnight and british authoritied monitoring 23,000 people considered to be active threats. channel 6 "action news" back to you. >> thank you. back here time now for a check of the "action news" traffic report tuesday night. lets take it live to matt pellman in the traffic center. >> drivers are moving slowly but hopefully okay as well. here at 95 the normal northbound choke point slow going from penn's landing to the work zone at girard avenue. and slow from the schuylkill up to broad street and don't forget we have the milling and paving work going on in east falls along henry avenue. it's a mess, rough road suffer as, a game of frogger along there. stay on ridge avenue as alternates this week. on ridge pike in eagleville a
crash by the shopping center at park avenue but the crash on the northeast extension near quakertown has cleared and an accident in clementon this one along the white horse pike by the dunkin' donuts. we'll check it again in the next half hour. >> thank you. more ahead on "action news" at 5:00 tonight. how a carpet cleaner in arizona put his tools to good use, that has local officials hailing him as a hero this season. it's primarily election day in new jersey, what chris christie has to say about his time in office as voters head to the polls to select his replacement.
take a look at this an arizona carpet cleaning person is hail aid hero after using his tools to fight a brush fire on the side a busy road. it shows the man using his own carpet sprayer knocking out the flames with cleaning solution and by the time the firefighters arrived he had it out. he offered to pay the employer back for what you used for the flames and the employer said don't worry about it
and a one year extension to apply with the real i.d. law. pennsylvanians have until july 10 and they need it to get through tsa check points by next january and governor wolf signed legislation to make pennsylvania client. and they said that is when they can first produce the new i.d.'s. >> it's primary day in new jersey and voter in the garden state are picking their candidates for key positions for local and state levels. and the action cam was there. to replace chris christie come this general election this fall. five republicans and six democrats are vying to take overp the governor reached his term limit and will leave in january. and after casting his vote for
kim gudano. >> it's years of making monumental decisions. seemingly every week. and so yes, there is definitely i would do differently but you guys may have known sooner but when i write the book you'll know what the regrets are. >> the polls are open until 8:00 tonight and local races and seats in the state senate and assembly are up for grabs. live election results at 6abc.com after the polls close. in delaware voters in the colonial school district are deciding on a key tax increase. the district wants to increase on property values, 8 cents per $100. and if the referendum fails, 175 employees will be permanently laid off including 100 teachers and polls are open through 8:00 tonight. health check there is new evidence that can treat sleep
apnea with a cpac machine that could reduce drowsy driving. researchers analyzed 2,000 self reported questionnaires from sleep apnea suffers. among patients that use a cpac machine at night. >> there was a reduction in the drowsy driving episode and this was more pronounced in the people that were cpac because drowsy driving is an important public health risk. >> at least 25 million adults in the u.s. are affected by sleep apnea. still to come on "action news" at 5:00, budding entrepreneurs in philadelphia got a chance to show of their tech skills today. and the new breaking numbers in from the federal government about employment in the united states. i no longer live with
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finished down 7. the u.s. labor department says the number of jobs opened nationwide. is at an all-time high. employers are looking to fill 6 million jobs as of april and analysts mean that employers are ready to hire and probably willing to pay higher wagers to wormer. nearly 7 million americans are still looking for work and according to critics that is a sign of disparity from expectation and those looking for work and those looking to hire. budding entrepreneurs showed of their tech skills at port richmond. the action cam was there for part of a special expo to help students learn coding and build their own apps and it teaches students how to create business and marketing plans. three winners were chosen from the entire field at today's event. in northeast philadelphia
there was cause for celebration. this morning the senior class of cardinal eagan high school received their diplomas. today was the commencement ceremony at holy family university. best of luck to the class of 2017. >> absolutely. still to come on "action news" at 5:00. a check of the forecast looking live outside showing you the ben franklin bridge on a gloomy tuesday night. adam joseph has improvements on horizon. and because together you roared so loud, i know my voice matters today. this summer, come celebrate new york state's equal rights history. download our guide to plan your trip.
time for a check of the an-. adam joseph is in for cecily tynan. any good news? >> there is great news the forecast, you have to wait a couple of days but once the sun returns it will be back in full force as we look at stormtracker 6 live double scan there has been some breaks in the cloud cover over the last hour or so. one or two breaks outside of the studio here. and as we head to the north and west showers drifting through parts of berks county and north western parts of montgomery county as they try to rotate from the southeast. it doesn't have a lot of precipitation but a few scattered showers and a ribbon of rain sinking into parts of south jersey and parts of salem
county as well as gloucester, camden county and now near mays landing and the atlantic city expressway dealing with wet weather especially around the toll booth there and heading to the northern part brigantine and long beach island. temperatures are cool across much of the area 60s for allentown and near 60 in trenton. 50s for beach haven with the east-northeasterly wind and that wind which is all because of a front that pushed in from the north and west, is pretty much halted here near wilmington and dover, on the opposite side of that front there is a westerly wind at 75 right now in lancaster and warmer if you are just to the west. if you look at the 24 hour change it's 10 degrees colder from this time yesterday in philadelphia and allentown and trenton and toms river and warmer in lancaster again all because of the wind direction. satellite and radar we are dealing with the upper level low
off to the north and this is slowly drifting to the nor and south here. so the clouds here remain above us. overnight tonight and cool for june with temperatures in the 50s area wide and scattered showers rotating through and you see they are still around at sec tonight with most areas in the 50s by that point. we wake up tomorrow morning very little change here. and brightening here and there and clouds dominating in the 50s and in the afternoon tomorrow the northeasterly wind it's past lancaster at that point. and near 70s today and 60s tomorrow and brief shower around, but also a chance that there could be brightening to the sky late tomorrow as well. your five-day at 5:00, cloudy a shower tomorrow 67 and brightening to the sky thursday, can cloud cover as well. partly sunny and 80 back above normal 84 degrees with a late day storm and the heat
"action news" continues with meteorologist, adam joseph, rick williams and monica malpass. >> hello again, here is what is it happening on "action news" tonight. a 25-year-old nsa contractor is facing prison time for allegedly leaking classified information including top secret intel to a news organization. and nora muchanic tells us what is going on and why they had to shut the doors. >> and the philadelphia zoo welcomes its biggest bundle of joy, the arrival in the world was quite a teamest. now the details tonight. authorities say that the young federal contractor now accused of espionage was arrested within hours of those documents being posted online by a news outlet. they detailed a 2016 russian military cyber attack on a --
company. we are live in d.c. with the very latest. >> reporter: rick investigators say that nsa contractor, mailed a top secret document outlining the most details account yet of russian efforts to hack the november election. >> a 25-year-old nsa contractor is the first to be arrested for allegedly leaking classified information under president trump. >> any disclosure of classified or sensitive information can clearly threaten our national security. >> as much as this plays to the president's push to stop classified leak, the top secret document outlining russia's efforts to meddle in the election. >> this was russia. reality winner was assigned to work at a government facility in georgia when they say she mailed an intelligence report to the intercept an online news source. that claim that russian hackers
sent phish emails to hundreds of local election -- trying to gain remote control over computers and spread the operation to local governments. >> we have in the public domain verified information that the russians made an aggressive attempt to contact a vendor of voter software in this country and a number of states voter data bases in the months prior to our election. >> and investigate ofs traced the leak to winner by visibility creases in the document showing it was a print out and they found only six employees print that particular document and the only one in contact with the intercept was reality winner. >> my client is being used as a scapegoat for what could be considered a political agenda. >> the intercept insists the
document was sent to them anonymously. and winner admitted to agents she printed the document and mailed it to the news outlet. back to you. >> thank you. homeland security secretary john kelly defended president trump's son-in-law and top adviser jared kushner at a hearing on capitol hill. that kushner attempted to establish a back channel communication with russia and trump's presidential transition team and he says they are common and kushner is a great american. but kelly added that special council robert mueller will look closely into the matter. >> sara bloomquist will head to washington, d.c. tomorrow ahead of former fbi director james comey's testimony on thursday. her reports start tomorrow night here on 6 abc. the pentagon says that the ongoing diplomatic price is with
qatar does not and will not affect the u.s. base there that supports military operations in iraq and afghanistan and syria. then re grateful for the long standing support of the american presence and regional security. he says that the u.s. has no plans to change their military posture in qatar. and twitter is using -- to back saudi arabia that cut ties with qatar. today is the 73rd anniversary of d-day invasion. 160,000 allied troops stormed the beaches of normandy france, the largest amphibian invasion in history. considered a turning point in world war ii as they overwhelmed their german counterparts. and world news tonight with david muir has more on james
comey's upcoming testimony on capitol hill and you can watch that following "action news" at 6:00. in other news tonight a woman is fighting for her life after she was shot near a school bus stop in upper darby delaware county. it happened on guilford road after 8:00 a.m. detectives tell "action news" someone shot the woman twice in the head and once in the chest. neighbors say that if the shooting happened moments earlier children would have been at the bus stop. >> i am scared i will not let by babies out. >> they go around shooting people for nothing. >> the woman's identity and condition have not been released. police have no suspects and no motive. the victim was found to a gunshot wound to the head in the city's mantua section. officers were responding to gun fire when they found the man
last night. he was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead just before midnight. the family a man killed by philadelphia police has now file aid wrongful death lawsuit. richard per etty was shot by officer shannon in may of last year. police maintain that the schuylkill county native drove his minivan at the officer and two unidentified officers forces them to open fire. >> but the family says that the officers stepped in the path of the vehicle as the unarmed chef was looking for a parking spot. we reached out but police do not common on ongoing lawsuits. the only hotel in the city of trenton remains closed tonight after being ordered to shut down by the state because of safety violations yesterday. >> the lafayette park hotel and
suites was ordered closed by the department of community affairs because managers failed to fix the sprinkler and fire alarm systems along with other safety violations. contractors were at the hotel today addressing the complains. >> they are minor really. >> what kind of stuff are you do doing today? >> inspecting the kitchen. >> it was once owned by the city and has had other operators including marriott and windham. and was purchased by edison broadcasting. >> it's not helping the economy and if they are not keeping it up. maybe there is not enough money to make repairs and changes. >> we used to come here to the hotel especially for the meals but we had to stop. it has to do with management. >> we visited the hotel and we were told that managers were not available to speak to us. >> eric run a book shop across
from the hotel and has high hopes for the place. if management can face the issues they are facing. >> they can succeed during the time when things are running right it's full. >> the hotel will remain closed until all the the violations are fixed. nora muchanic, channel 6 "action news." time for a check of traffic with matt pellman. >> just a little action on the cam along the schuylkill expressway this is the eastbound side appropriating girard avenue, the exit for the zoo, it may be a fender bender off to the right shoulder here, police are on the scene and the good news is all three lanes are open going inbound toward center city. it's a bit a slow pace eastbound from approaching montgomery drive through the scene approaching girard avenue. off the schuylkill, the vine street expressway is closing tonight and that starts at 11:00 you won't be able to use it
because of the overnight construction and continues along henny avenue as well. you can stay up on german town avenue and ridge avenue. you are better off. the affects of the water main break. edge hill road remains blocked. highland avenue and jenkintown road are alternates and a bad crash at sunny town pike by the mcdonald's and rite aid. just 10 miles per hour. by the rite-aid in clementon a crash at gibbs bro road. and trains canceled and the cynwyd line is shuttle buses all week because of construction. >> have a nice evening thank you. still ahead on "action news" philadelphia's zoo is welcoming the most precious addition of a baby gorilla. whose mom went through an ordeal to bring it into the world. and ducis rogers has more on the center of attention a big part of the team. >> a sea of gray continues to
apple is adding a new future to the iphone that will cut down on distracted driving. if someone texts will you behind the wheel the phone responds with an auto matt ib ic message and it's locked. the u.s. army is searching for a few good men and women and offering huge incentives to encourage reluctant soldiers to reinlift. the army will triple the amount of bonuses they pay this year to
$380 million and some soldiers could get up to $90 million by reenlisting and president trump has pledged a significantly increased military staffing. ducis rogers is here with sports and the eagles are back on the field. >> i can't contain my excitement. >> we can tell. >> the eagles had another voluntary workout today before resuming on thursday. jason kelsey was the the center of attention. he is due to make $5 million in basalry this season and kelsey did not particularly play well last year but doesn't let the negative talk affect him. >> are you paying yourself a disservice by paying attention to this sufficient. it only matter what's i do in the offseason to try to get better and back to the form i have in the past. at the end of the day how i'm
playing is going to be a much bigger deal. >> i think jason kelsey is a great leader up front and a quarterback up there. the guy is a smart a football player as you can get. and as versatile in the things he can do for us up front. and who in the world are these phillies, the phils have won three games in a row continue their serieses in atlanta tonight. last night it was a hit parade. the phillies banged out 13 hits against the braves and tommy joseph had his 10th of the season and broke out of a slump and it began over the weekend still on going. three for five with a home run and three doubles. 8 for 13 with 8 rbi and crushed the braves 8-4. >> we are winning in a better mood and that is a blessing any time you can score runs and pitch well.
and play good defense and you'll have success. and we are able to do that here lately. suddenly a series in the stanley cup finals. game five is thursday night back in pittsburgh. the the predators took the game 4-1 and the nationals broke the game open with a pair of goals and he looked to be in trouble a week ago and now they are back in the serieses. >> i said this the other day you are at a point in the season where you sink or swim. and guys have to step up. so those are the only two choices we need guys to continue to play the game at a high level because of where we are at in the season. the nba finals resume tomorrow night in cleveland with game four. you can watch it here on 6 abc or on the abc app coverage begins at 8:30, the warriors lead the series, 2-0. we have another championship team from our area this time the westchester golden rams baseball
team. the champs returned home to a nice celebration sunday westchester defeated uc san diego to win the national title. and what do you do when you are a retired three time pro bowl football players. you find another career, we catch up with former eagle tray thomas and shows jeff skversky his newest endeavor, they have opened an art studio in cherry hill their new passion we'll bring that to you at 6:00. and see if jeff knows how to paint. >> great. bringing out his inner artist. >> i'll give you a hint -- >> ha, ha, ha. >> put it on your refrigeratorer, it's nice jeff. meantime a newborn gorilla is alive tonight thanks to a team of experts that helped during a difficult delivery.
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a chester business is on a mission to fight cancer one hand stand at a time. but power home remodeling is partnering with alex's lemonade stand and doing hand stands and posting it saying i stand with alex. and you can do that and post it and tag three friends. the donations go toward finding a cure for childhood cancers. >> i would like to see you do a hand stand too. >> no no no. too dangerous. >> all the change will come out of your pocket. yes go ahead and do that adam. >> lets change the weather -- >> we will in the next couple of
days. stormtracker 6 live double scan we had showers in parts of south jersey there one just to the south and vineland and a batch coming in from the northern and west rotating around the large low pressure and off to the northern and you can see this little hit of a thunderstorm just north and west of reading. with a big cluster from pottsville. this one here just discharging one lightning strike in the last 15 minutes. heading towards 222 between shillington and reading sliding south and east of plowville getting a few light showers and this thunderstorm misses downtown reading. and stable right now and drifting through philadelphia, over the next several hours. really hit or miss and they are out there through the evening hours at time. the almanac in philadelphia today 69 degrees and way below the normal of 80 degrees and 31 degrees high of the record for today. which was 100 degrees set back
in 1925. normal low, 61 degrees. that is where we were today. 45 degrees. and i guess it could be a whole lot worse. it could be 45 degrees this morning. we are in the 60s area wide from malvern to center city and long wood and coatesville and you hit the 50s and parts of bucks county and kutztown at 59 degrees, and in new holland in lancaster county, the sun is out much of the day. a different wind direction there with temperatures in the 70s and the northeasterly wind pulling the numbers down into the 50s through all areas from ewing to browns mills and warmer in the state of delaware 60s to near 70. there is the spin to the north a cold pool of air with a little bit of sunshine and self-destructs that fill in quickly that is when you get the showers and downpours to rotate through. tonight a quick shower and
downpour of thunder and drizzle at times, and cool for june 49 in the suburbs and 53 for center city. and for tomorrow temperatures in the 60s from the shore to the city, to the lehigh valley. and clouds again dominating the sky, a brief shower tomorrow and not tracking as many showers as we did today. with the heavy rain that pulled through the region. as we get into thursday improvement and high pressure tries to come in and a coastal storm developing just to the east and we'll see how close that gets to bringing to the shore clouds and a brief shower on thursday. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast 67 tomorrow and clouds and a shower. slight improvement coming in on thursday with more sun at 72. on friday partly sunny and 80 degrees. finally back above normal. 84 on saturday and a late day storm is possible as the front comes through to usher in heat and humidity. sunday, monday and tuesday 90
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right now jim gardner and the "action news" team is standing by with more at 6:00. bill cosby's accuser takes the stand today and how andrea constand describes her enkoubt counters with the median. >> and the unprovoked attack on amenly challenged man in german town. now for meteorologist, adam joseph, cecily tynan, ducis rogers and monica malpass and
"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with ducis rogers, meteorologist, cecily tynan and jim gardner. tuesday night delaware governor john carnie lays out his plan for prison reform and an escaped prisoner is captured in bucks county. but the big story on "action news" tonight is day to of the cosby sexual assault trial. and the prosecution wasted no time putting the plaintiff on the stand and this was andrea constand arriving at the montgomery county courthouse and
she proceeded to tell her story of allegedly being drugged and sexually assaulted by cosby at his cheltenham home in 2004. live is dann cuellar you have the full story. >> reporter: that is right jim. before a packed courtroom who sat in silence listening to every word. andrea constand for the first time appeared on the witness stan and giving her version of what happened at bill cosby's mansion 12 years ago. >> andrea constand the toronto resident was dressed in a blue blazer when she walked into the montgomery county courthouse. she described multiple visits to bill cosby's mansion for dinner. and on the first visit he put her hand on her high and the fourth visit he tried to undo her pants and resisted and left. on the fifth visit to discuss