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>> good morning it is 6:00 a.m., friday, october 20. here's what we're following on "action news." an offensive text leads to in-school fight between local students and school wide meeting between teachers and parents. >> what we've learned about the suspect who shot and killed 6 people across two states. >> it's warm again, it's fummer. >> reporter: we have a rainy streak coming next week.
>> reporter: fummer is going to end soon. we have cloud cover across western pennsylvania. in the east we have fairly bright conditions today. temperatures are cool, but not as chilly as the last couple of days. 5 degrees in trenton. philadelphia popped up to 59 degrees, so a nice relatively mild start. allentown has dipped to 47. reading 51. 62 in cape may. as we go through the afternoon, it looks good, lots of sunshine overall, 69 degrees as soon as noon. 74 is the high at 3:00 p.m. 71 by 5:00 p.m. we'll cool down a bit in the evening. if you have plans to head out at night it's jacket time, 65 degrees at 7 is not bad. 48 in the cooler suburbs, 54 in philadelphia not too bad overall under clear skies with the bright sun coming up. one issue, the breezes will pick up this afternoon. we have low humidity in the air and dry forest floor is
combining for an enhance the fire danger this afternoon and tonight. don't flick cigarettes out of the window, and don't park over high grass. if you're lighting a fire pit or camp fire make sure you're getting it all out that's important. great weekend coming up. camden county, new jersey, late running construction the cones are set up blocking two left lanes in a busy area. it was supposed to be clear at 5:00 a.m., it's still out here. let's look at the travel times, 295 southbound, two left lanes are blocked between runnymede and the black horse pike and 42. instead of flying by at this hour usually an easy ride nine defense between 42 and 73. if you're traveling southbound it takes 36 minutes, you're jammed at this point from route 30 the white horse pike to 42.
traffic crawling along with late-running construction a good hour late. schuylkill expressway no late running construction lots of crews overnight they have cleared the scene. looking at the big picture overall we're seeing the green travel time mean you're good to go, blue route, schuylkill expressway, i-95 in good shape right here. let's take a live look at i-95, southbound traffic heading toward center city. no big problems just yet. >> racial tensions are simmering at a high school in gloucester county, new jersey with parents voicing their concerns. katherine scott is live at washington township high school with the story. katherine. >> reporter: matt some parents here yesterday took their kids home early from washington township high school they were worried about tensions boiling over at the school. the district superintendent said he is trying to contain the problems and has suspended a number of students for fighting and antiblack social media posting. this was the text thread laced
with the "n" word that students say was the confrontation for at washington township high school earlier this week. >> a kid in the group must have felt bad for what he was saying for the racial remarks. >> for using the "n" word in the text message. >> reporter: school officials say the hallway scuffles were sparked by members written by a member of the football team. 8 students were involved in the incident. the teens said they never resorted to violence, a teacher stepped in and they and two other friends were suspended. >> i know i never threw a punch all we did was get in their face and say why did you say that. >> reporter: there was an increased school presence along with a silent protest by students. naacp is working with the district to provide cultural training for staff and students. parents an students voiced their
concerns at an emergency meeting. >> why are you going around the school and calling people. [ bleep ] it's not the first time and nothing is being done about it. >> reporter: as a parents when you send your child to school you should make sure you should have not sit there and worry they are not safe. >> reporter: meanwhile, a coatsville another protest is planned for this morning in response to a poet on social media which is at the center of police investigation. the picture includes four students from coatsville hypoing behind carved pumpkins one with a swastika and another kkk. another photo shows an ethnic doll hanking from the coatsville high school locker room. in this morning coatsville students are planning to wear all black and walk to football stadium after home room and protest until noon. live in washington township, katherine scott channel 6
"action news." >> traffic is moving again on the northeast extension of the pennsylvania turnpike which was shut down for hours. a crash involving two tractor-trailers and several cars shut down the extension in both directions near mile marker 39 between lansdale and quakertown interchanges. two people were hurt, none of the injuries appear to be life threatening. 6:06 a.m., a man accused of a shooting rampage across two states is in jail on a 2 million-dollar bond. radee labeeb prince is accused of killing two and shooting 4 hours. he drove to delaware and shot an acquaintance. federal agents arrested prince after a ten hour manhunt. the delaware attorney general said prince had 200 felony and misdemeanor arrest and more when you add on what was in the state of washington. >> reporter: this guy had no business being on the streets this is an individual by all
looks of the records should have been behind bars. >> prince has pleaded not guilty to murder and attempted murder charges. target is opening a store in vermont it's getting a lot of attention, erin aidan is in for maribel aber live at the nasdaq in time square. >> reporter: target is opening in vermont they will open in south burlington next year. vermont is the only state without a target store. some residents rejected the chain's big box format. it will be smaller than the typical target size. wall start marked the anniversary of the 1987 stock market crash with mix opening. starbucks is rolling out a vampire frappacino cheen -- for
halloween. it's available in the uk ascertain elsewhere outside the u.s. at home you can get in on the holiday drink spirit with starbucks zombie frappacino which debuts next week. matt back to you. >> here i am drinking coffee with no sugar. >> me too, what's wrong with us. >> happening tonight, the sixers are hoping to get a first one of the season with the home opener. joel embiid will host the boston celtics at the wells fargo center. fans who attend the game get a free t-shirt. our live coverage before the game starts on "action news" at 4:00 p.m. >> at the event i was at last night, a husband and wife were bidding on sixers tickets up to $1,100. people are excited. >> reporter: i'm going to a game
in december, it's going to be fun. storm tracker 6 live double scan we're dry. as we look outside we have a nice morning building across the region. stars out, cloud cover out by pittsburgh, not so much here, here's the commodore barry bridge, still cool, take a look at the numbers, 59 degrees in philadelphia. that's way milder than what we've been the last several mornings as we rolled through the week. 47 in allentown. kind of cool there. 51 in reading, 53 in wilmington, millville has popped up out of the 50s, nice numbers out there, cool enough for a jacket, but comfortable overall. there are the clouds out in western pennsylvania. over here in the east, get the shades ready we'll be under the sun to start out and probably staying generally speaking with a lot of the sunshine through hoft -- most of the day. 72 is the warmer high in the lehigh valley. 74 in atlantic city. if you're strolling the boards or inland a little bit, 64 in the water. 74 is the high in philadelphia
today. plenty of sun, a warm afternoon ahead, winds picking up a little bit as we get into the afternoon in the teens, again we have the problem with fire brushfire danger today you want to be careful about the fire pits tonight make sure they are out when you get done. out on the town tonight, 65 degrees by 7:00 p.m. by 11:00 p.m., 57. a little breezy to start out, less so later in the night. stars out tonight, but it will be chilly, still well above average the numbers i just showed you. speaking of which going to 54 for the overnight low, that's well above average, 48 in the cooler suburbs not too bad. for the weekend, 76 is the high on saturday, more sunshine, slightly warmer conditions, high pressure in control. another 76 for sunday, fairly bright conditions. at night tonight and tomorrow night even sunday night it peaks saturday night, the orion
meteors are coming at us. up to 20 an hour if you're out in the overnight hours midnight to dawn take a look you mean and see whether you see a meteor, they are cool to see. not much moonlight to obscure the meteors. for the weekend, sunny saturday, 76. another 76 on sunday, bright and warm good weather for the union final match at 4:00 p.m. on sunday. monday, monday night football, 77. great weather ahead of the game to tailgate. the game looks mild for this time of the year. we'll remove the chance of a shower as we think the rain will hold off until tuesday. tuesday, lots of clouds, periods of steady to heavy rain at times, flashing street flooding when you get a downpour. we're back in the 60s on wednesday and low 60s on thursday. 6:11 a.m., another oscar
winning actress breaks her silence about harvey weinstein while a new claim caught the attention of the lapd. we've got a new accident that popped up on i-95 southbound at girard it's blocking the right lane, we have got penndot on the scene him look at the jam already. jammed in new jersey, i'll take you live to that scene coming up next.
hall. if you head out there with a cup of coffee you have it all to yourself, 6:14 a.m., make sure you wear a jacket it's 59 degrees. >> sometimes it's great to spend time alone and think. >> reporter: enjoy a nice cup of coffee and it's nice to be on a highway with five thousand of your friends in new jersey. i have good news and bad news, the good news we're jammed on i-95 southbound the late running construction that cleared during the commercial break, 295 jammed from route 73 to 42. it's taking 39 minutes, i think the number will dumb down rapidly because they picked up the cones and left the scene. 295 southbound between the black horse pike and 42. let's look at the map of this area. you're traveling 6 miles per hour. people hop on to 295 from cherry
hill to 42 get up and over into the city. that's a busy area anyway, but now you're jammed 6 miles per hour. that will clear shortly because the construction has left the scene. an accident on i-95 southbound at girard avenue still we see one car here. we have penndot with the arrow board blocking the right lane. i-95 southbound jammed near girard. travel times overall, overall not seeing a delay on i-95 southbound if the accident stays tout there, it will see a back up there. schuylkill expressway in good shape. 295 an issue in new jersey. today sunshine, saturday, 13 degrees above average, 78. sunday, beautiful sunshine and 76. >> new this morning, the los angeles police department is investigating harvey weinstein
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town gloucester county to capture this elaborate display. we want to see how you are getting ready for halloween. send us pictures of decorations and creative costumes. cruising the #6abc apps. >> reporter: liz bet sent me that information and picture, that's why we went out there on facebook, her dad worked very hard on this, she was like you guys got to show what my dad did. we're all excited about that. let's look outside right now, not so excited about this accident on i-95 southbound at girard. it's a 22 minute jam from woodhaven to the vine. because of an accident blocking the right lane, you're jammed from the ben franklin bridge to girard on i-95 southbound. 42 is in good shape. building volume, but no big delay heading northbound at creek road. we have a delay on 295 southbound because of
late-running construction that cleared. 42 is looking good. >> reporter: cooler to start out, 59 degrees in philadelphia. allentown has slipped into the upper 40s, reading 51. millville, 51. 5 in trenton. 53 in wilmington. as we head out to the subway platform and the bus stop cool, but not too bad. 7:00 a.m., mid 50s we'll go from the low # 0s to the mid 70s. you'll want a jacket if you're heading out for a movie. if you're leaving this nice profile no major delays and no sign of rain in our big travel destinations. in "healthcheck," three largest diet soda producers
last night. the flyers and the predators locked new scoreless two periods, flyers lost 1460. watch the eagles face washington monday knight on phl17. >> lights camera, action, the 26th philadelphia film festival is underway. the red carpet was rolled at out the prince theater in center city. i tanya is based on the scandal of tanya harding. 6abc is a sponsor of the philadelphia film festival. if you want details on what's playing where go to 6abc.com and take part in a cool eventful weekend. >> philadelphia school district says sports rival took a prank too far.
breaking now on "action news," two gunmen open fire on a security guard in northeast philadelphia. >> a confrontation over a racial slur leads to an emergency school meeting. >> hope you have crowd door activities planned for the weekend, accuweather is tracking wall to wall sun. >> what a beautiful sunrise coming up. good morning everybody, 6:30 a.m., october 20. >> reporter: lots of sunshine on the way, venus is out again, you can see the leans flying around the airport with clear skies. you can see cloud cover in western pennsylvania, some of it streaking toward central pennsylvania. looks like we'll maintain mostly
sunny skies once again today. 59 degrees in philadelphia. that's the mildest start we've had in the city this week. we have slipped to 47 in reading and allentown. 53 in wilmington, 55 in trenton. controversial it's not bad, it's not that windy, 9-mile an hour breeze in philadelphia, a couple of spots showing calm winds every now and then. only five miles per hour in wilmington. 54 by 7:00. noon, 69 degrees, by 3:00 p.m., high of 74 degrees nice and sunny this afternoon. and that's well above the average high of 65. 71 by 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., 65 degrees, one issue today that would involve an enhanced risk of brushfires. it will be breezy with low humidity in the air and dry forest floor you have to be careful parking the car or truck over grass and flicking cigarettes. if you start a fire pit tonight put it all the way out. when i step inside we'll have a good looking weekend ahead in
accuweather. >> reporter: we have slowing improvement in new jersey, 295, southbound traffic is heavy from the white horse pike to 42 because we had late-running construction. two lanes blocked. it was supposed to be cleared at 5:00 p.m., i tell cleared after 6:00 a.m. we have a 0 minute jammed from route 73 to 42. at times we're going to 6 miles per hour. at times we're going up to 31 because the construction did clear. nonetheless it's extra slow in new jersey on 2935. we have a problem on i-95, it's starting a jam an accident looks like we have a tow truck on the scene with this. we have police and emergency workers. a bit more emergency workers than are 15 minutes ago. looks like the guy is blocking two right lanes. everybody is jammed right now. i-95 southbound at girard, a spot that would be busy anyway, now you've got an accident more
emergency workers coming to the scene, all the flashing lights because traffic is snarled. they are blocking the two right lanes at the moment. traffic is getting by. looking at the big picture, slow speeds on i-95. 1, 11 miles per hour it's a good jam on i-95. schuylkill expressway is not terrible. 30 miles per hour approaching the boulevard to belmont. southbound boulevard extension a little bit building involve. the big problems i-95 southbound and 295 in new jersey. >> we're starting out with breaking news overnight. a security guard came under fire in northeast philadelphia. police believe it was an attempted armed robbery. the shots were fired on the 2000 block of mckinley street. the security guard was not hurt. police heard the shots and chased down the suspects taking them into custody. tension are high at two area school districts over occasional tensions and intolerance. parents and students students
are asking how to cool things down and teach kids a better way. >> i guess a kid out of their group felt bad for what he said like the racial remarks. >> using the "n" word in the text message. >> reporter: this was the text threat laced with the "n "word students way was the source of confrontation at washington township. school officials and parents say the hallway scuffles stem from racial tension triggered by messages written by the football team. three teens were involved. a teacher stepped in and they and two other friends were suspended. >> we felt we would confront them and ask them whiles that need to be said. >> reporter: along with an increased police presence, the local naacp is working with the
district to provide cultural training for staff and students. last night parents and students voiced their concerns at the district at an emergency meeting. >> they are on the school calling people. [ bleep ] and talking about their skin color. >> what are they going to do and protect the students from this happening. >> reporter: meanwhile, in coatsville another protest is planned in response to a photo posted on social media which is at the center of police investigation. the picture includes four students from coatsville hypoing behind car pumpkins, one reveals a swastika and another kkk. another photo surfaced showing an ethnic doll hanging from the ceiling of a coatsville high school locker room. the protest in coatsville begins at 7:30 a.m. and expected to last until noon. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you, the monroe
township school board metaphor the first time since dealing with the district wide mold problem. most students returned to class since the outbreak. many parent were on hand to express concerns how the school leaders handed the situation. an online petition is calling for the removal of the superintendent and three school board members. a robber in belmawr stabbed a laundromat clerk and took the cash register. police are following strong leads on catching the suspect. the victim is recovering in the hospital. survivors of sexual assault gathered for a vigil at stockton university protesting the trump
roll back from title nine. new federal guidance allows schools to use a higher standard of evidence when handling complaints. >> president trump is continuing his social media attack of a democratic florida congresswoman wilson who accused him of being insensitive to the widow of a soldier. he tweeted. wilson was travel winning la david johnson not as a politician but as a family friend. wilson and her aunt claimed trump showed disrespect. white house chief of staff john kelly defended the president's phone call. >> if you elect to call a family like this it is the most difficult thing you can imagine.
there's no perfect way to make the phone call. >> after a day of speaking to the press, wilson said she is deciding to be silent. a spokesperson said it should not be about her, but honoring sergeant johnson, he and three others were killed in n. ger. an investigation has been launched into the attack. pennsylvania state supreme court has disbarred seth williams. he pleaded guilty to a federal corruption charge in june and resign as da. he is scheduled to be sentenced on tuesday and faces up to five years in prison. major party candidates looking to earn williams former job faced off last night. they share their visions for restoring integrity to the district of attorney office. the league of women's voters could sponsorrerred the debate. >> we love this forecast. it's going to be nice not only today, but through the weekend and some issues next week as we
look at storm tracker 6 live double scan we're dry, looking outside, a little cool this morning, stars are out and lots of sun is coming up over the horizon, we'll warm up nicely later this morning into the afternoon. currently we're at 59 degrees in philadelphia. we could see the numbers dip a little bit before we turn it around. that's mild for this time of the year and certainly compared to where we were the last couple of mornings. winds out of the west at 9 miles per hour cool enough for a coat, but not too bad. cloud cover spilling into western pennsylvania for the first time this workweek. in the east we have a fair amount of sunshine on the way. we'll have cloud cover streak through at times, but generally speaking it's a bright day. sunny and warm in philadelphia, 54 degrees by 8:00 a.m. noon, 768. high temperatures, 72 in trenton. 74 in wilmington and philadelphia. 75 in millville and cape may, i
expect 71 on the thermometer there and 74 along the boardwalk in ac later today. if you're heading out for dinner or movie or heading to the sixers game here's what to expect. 7:00 p.m., breezy, stars out, upper 50s by 9:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m. jacket weather required. there might be meteors in the skies tonight as we have a meteor shower event moving through. tomorrow, high pressure in control, 76 sunny skies, 76 on sunday, great weekend to head north and see fall foliage. we're in the low range changing leaves here and points south. moderate to allentown if you make it to the poconos we're reaching the peak season there. a word to the wise if you're looking to he sue colors in the trees in the poconos you can catch that this weekend. 4:00 p.m. the final union game
against orlando city. mostly sunny, light winds, 7 of for the start of the contest. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 74 today, lots of sun and pleasant. for the weekend, 76. bright and warm on sunday, another high of 76. monday, sun an clouds, 77. a great evening for tailgating in front of the 8:30 p.m. monday night football game. we'll take out the mention of a shower, it will hold off until later in the overnight or tuesday. dry for the eagles. on tuesday we'll cloud up with a front arriving. 72 and periods of rain some of which could be heavy on tuesday, keep your eyes on that. we're back in the upper 60s on wednesday mostly cloudy skies and 62. cooler on thursday. remember we have an enhanced chance of brushfires today, too. >> thank you, david. 6:41 a.m., unsportsman like conduct we'll tell you why extra security is expected at a big high school game in bucks county this weekend. >> a woman cannot believe her
eyes when she opens up her tv and phone bill and it is worth $200,000. >> reporter: what? you may not believe your eyes here, i-95 it is officially a mess, southbound traffic at betsy ross bridge. i'll take you to the accident scene anticipate show you why we're -- and show you why we're jammed coming up next.
right lanes. the fire crews left the scene. police are there. we have two vehicles involved with the accident. penndot is here. now, they are blocking one right lane as penndot zooms in on a closeup view. now you see the backup. look at the traffic. i-95 southbound, we had two right lanes blocked now it's one lane blocked i-95 southbound at girard. the travel time jumped up 42 minute jam from woodhaven to the vine on i-95 southbound. be careful you'll be sitting in the mess, i think it will be getting better balls the fire -- because the fire trucks left the is in effect. nextisscene of the accident. we have an accident travel in single digits. the other area we see is in new jersey on 295, 295 southbound is
heavy from the white horse pike to route 42 and that's because we had construction blocking two lanes that was late running. the construction has cleared, the delay is better, a 20 minute jam from 73 to 42. ben franklin bridge starting to get kind of busy, as well right now. let's look at the waze app. someone reporting an accident in burlington county on 130 northbound. watch for a report of an accident on 130 northbound in new jersey. traffic getting busy even though roads are clear and dry, we'll have beautiful sunshine today, high of 74 degrees. what did you say we keep it coming for the weekend. saturday we're bumping up the high to 78. that's 13 degrees above average. beautiful on sunday, 76 matt. >> sounds good. a football rivalry led to a disturbing discovery on the high school football field now the high school is vowing to discipline anyone involves. a deer carcass was hanging from
the bleaches cb west. west's mascot is a buck. there's been a long history of pranks preceding the matchup, but many believe this went too far. extra security will be in place for the game. superintendent is warning students against retaliation. a homeless veteran in florida used his military training to help the victims of a car crash. travis wilson was a u.s. navy corpsman who fell on times and became homeless. he was applying for housing when he heard the crash. he ran to the scene and reached into the mangled car to help the man inside. he held the man's neck until medics could get to the scene. we'll be right back.
>> time for a preview of "g.m.a." >> amy robach joins us live at the "g.m.a." studios for a preview. happy friday, amy. >> reporter: matt and tam great to be with you. coming up next on "g.m.a.," chief of staff john kelly opening up about the loss of his son and taking on critics and defending president trump's call to the widow of fallen soldier. major lawsuits targeting three of the biggest diet soda
brands and that the artificial sweeten her can cause weight gain. new details about oj simpson's life after prison. new pictures raising questions about parol is coming up next on friday "g.m.a." back to you. >> thank you amy. >> reporter: what do you say we try this accident on i-95. >> we'll try. >> reporter: try to to get around it. i-95 southbound at the ben franklin bridge, look at this jam we're talking a 48 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine. the accident was blocking two lanes southbound near girard. fire crews left it's blocking one lane. the dam is done jammed from cottman to girard. mass trans it there's a look at the big picture, we see the speeds of 5, 10 miles per hour on i-95 southbound. the schuylkill expressway not as bad, looking at are 15 miles per hour approaching the boulevard to past belmont. new jersey 295 southbound is slow right now, but we're not
talking the major problems we had earlier when we had construction blocking two lanes, the late-running construction finally cleared, but the delay is starting to thin, dave. >> reporter: in the weather center we have satellite showing you cloud cover off to the coast. cloud cover streaking into the western half of pennsylvania. we're on the east half looking at sunshine today. 59 degrees in philadelphia. 47 in allentown, most of the numbers above where they've been the last couple of mornings. 74 degrees is the high this afternoon. it's going to wind up nice and warm. if you're dressing the kids for the bus stop it's going to be on the cool side. 48 degrees in the outlying suburbs. 54 in philadelphia. there's an enhanced chance of fire danger today. be careful about flicking the cigarettes. >> new on "action news" an ohio woman was shocked when she got a satellite tv bill saying she owed $148,000. angela smith bundled her direct
tv service with at&t cell phone plan in april. she said she had service problems and confusing bills since she took the promotional offer. she said the nearly $200,000 bill nearly gave her a heart attack. i don't drink, i was ready to drink. >> reporter: the issue was fixed within days, she said she is still stressed outs about the situation. i'm danny.
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racially offensive text sparked are a heated meeting at washington township high school in gloucester county new jersey, a number of students have been suspended. >> reporter: let's look at the accident scene here we can see the crews left the scene earlier. we had fire crews, a minute ago we had police officers. they are blocking the right lane. look at the scram son i-95 southbound -- jam on i-95 southbound a 53 minute ride, jammed from cottman to girard a mess on i-95. >> reporter: most of us in the 50s, 74 under the sun. it will be well above average. remember tonight and tomorrow night and maybe sunday night, meteors around, maybe 20 per
hour. if you're planning to head to the north an see the fall foliage we're in peak season in the poconos. there's something to do twheengd. >> twheengd -- something to do this weekend. >> no chance of us keeping our eyes open on sunday night seeing the meteors. [laughter]. we'll see you an facebook. "g.m.a." is next. but with the compassion and security of independence blue cross, obstacles become openings. as we have for nearly 80 years, we'll continue to light the way, with the card accepted in all 50 states. giving you the power to shine forward to whatever awaits tomorrow. independence blue cross. live fearless.
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