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you, 6:00 a.m. saturday october 21. here's a look at the stories we're following on "action news." breaking news a man and his dog are rescued from their burning home overnight. an shot while riding the school bus. a teen is recover from nearly a dozen shot bb gun injuries. police want to know if the suspect is wanted for two other shootings. standing room only for the sixers. fans say this is the end of the year with no wins season. outside we go, to meteorologist chris sowers. it's going to be a great weekend. >> reporter: the winning streak continues. we are expect sunshine today and tomorrow. the temperatures are a little cool right now, but we'll shoot up into the 70s.
lake harmony, 39 degrees. 52 in slatington. 43 in pottstown. 50 in center city. glassboro, 43. cinnaminson, 46. hammonton, 42. dover, 49. you can see the outlying suburbs are cooler than the urban areas. ewing 44. brigantine, 57. satellite and radar cloud cover hanging tough to the west, but the eastern seaboard is completely clear and it's been that way for four days now, high pressure will hold on for two more days and we'll see changes which you will see reflected in the accuweather seven-day forecast in ten minutes or so. forecast for today, mostly sunny and warm, 77 degrees is the forecasted high. the normal by the way is 65. so, as we look ahead here, the beautiful fall stretch continues right through, you can even say monday afternoon, monday night into tuesday, that's when some of the rain arrives with the southern storm system that will be heading up the spine of the appalachians. i'll be back along in just a few
minutes, i'll have the the timing of the storm how much rain to expect, we'll look at the cooler temperatures heading this way in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. 6:02 a.m., there's breaking news coming in from delaware, firefighters rescued an elderly man and his dog from their burning home. both were rushed to the hospital in critical condition. firefighters were called to the 4400 block of very ron in -- vea drive in mill creek. crews found flames shooting from the first floor of the home. the man and his dog were rescued from the second floor bedroom. dog had to be taken to the vet, the man is in critical condition. a motorcycle crash in south philadelphia, last night in the southbound lanes of the exit ramp for the walt whitman bridge just after 11:00 p.m.
police say the 26-year-old victim was riding at a high rate of speed when he lost control and hit a guardrail. police shut down the highway as they investigated it. the scene was cleared at 3:00 a.m. this morning the investigation continues after three teenagers were shot by bb guns this week. one teenager was shot nine times on the school bus. police arrested the suspect, police want to know if he is responsible for the other two attacks. jeff chirico has the details. >> i'm devastated, i'm trying to hold it together. >> reporter: this mom who asks we not identify her, fears for her 16-year-old son's safety after he became target practice for a classmate with a bb gun. her son was riding the bus to school when another student sat near him. >> he pulled out a bb gun and started shooting.
my son had to take the book bag and shield himself. >> reporter: he was struck nine times on the left arm and leg. >> he is traumatized, all his friends were carrying bb guns in school bags. >> reporter: on tuesday evening a 14-year-old boy was shot three times in elkins park. the next day a 19-year-old was struck in the eye in wyncote. both victims reported the shooters will driving a dark sedan and wearing masks. >> we have a description of the vehicle and conducting heavy surveillance in the areas where the juveniles were juried. >> reporter: chief fry said the investigates have identified the 16-year-old who fired the gun on the bus and working to see if he is connectedded to -- connectedo the other two. meantime these parents are asking if the school is
interested in the incident. >> they were notified about the incident, it seems to me you would stop a predator or bully from going to school and shooting somebody else. >> reporter: high school principal sent an e-mail to district parents late friday afternoon. our calls to school officials went unreturned. the student who was injured on thursday did not go to school on friday, his parents are not sure whether he will return or take the bus again. as for the 16-year-old suspect he is facing aggravated assault charges. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> another school community is mired in in protests after racist incidents on social media. students at coatsville area high school walked out of classes to demonstrate. they say administrators are not doing enough to stop a pattern of racial insensitivity. this comes after someone carved pumpkins and with clan and nazi
symbols and dark-skinned doll was hung in a woman locker room. police busted an illegal lottery ring saying it helped a family live a lavish lifestyle. the ring leader is that man there, gary creigh. the family operated the illegal lottery for 20 years and raked in millions of dollars. >> over 30 month period between 2011 and 2014, he deposited over 3 million into his personal account. >> police say the operations were highly organized and located in unmarked buildings in mostly low income neighborhoods. if convicted the suspects could face up to 635 years behind -- 65 years behind bars. delaware students are
getting freebie on the road to higher education, seniors can fly to select colleges in october and november at no charge. the fees are being waived it's all part of a program state program college application month. to quaff you must submit the application and it must be turned in by november 17. okay, the time now, 6:07 a.m., the sixers tipped off their season opener at the wells fargo center right there last night. they are looking for their first win, they seem to be leading the league in buzz as rookie sensations and multimillion dollar stars hit the hard court for the first time. fans got to see joel embiid and ben simmons and markell fultz in action last night.
the sixers fell to the celtics. they are 0-2 for the season. but as dann cuellar discovered, fans say they are not concerned just yet. >> reporter: the air was electric tonight 'wells fargo center as the philadelphia 76ers kicked off their season and the front office had t-shirts for everyone to announce great expectations, welcome to the moment. >> i think we make the playoffs this year. >> the excitement is in the buildings. >> reporter: you're feeling it. >> i'm feeling it. >> reporter: when was the last time you felt this good about the sixers. >> 2009 when ai came back. >> what do you think made the difference this year? >> joel embiid when he is on the floor, he played defense out of this world. he can keep up with anybody.
>> reporter: a few years ago you had a hard time getting rid of sixers ticket now the fans are coming out of the woodwork. this is your first what? >> basketball game. >> the place is packed, the lines are out the door, and everyone is really excited, the environment going on right now about the sixers is amazing in the city. [cheers and applause]. >> hopefully we'll have a good season this year. >> reporter: what do you mean hopefully. >> well, well, well, injuries we hope not. >> reporter: we're not going to wish bad luck on the sixers. we're going all the way this year. the eagles are hot, the sixers are hot, philadelphia could this be our year, at the very least we have a lot of to cheer about, at the wells fargo center, i'm indiana channel 6 "action news." >> lots of to cheer about. >> still ahead, a little more leg room. details on the new big jet liner
that will be taking to the friendly skies. plus, how much is too much. we'll hear from an ocean county family who said they are getting grief over their graphic halloween display. >> reporter: i've seen some of them. coming up in weather it's extremely warm, temperatures in the 70s, believe it or not, we're going higher than yesterday's 74. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast right after this
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have you seen this here, a home in ocean county being accused of taking halloween decorations a bit too far. front yard depicts a bloody scene that's too real. >> we love halloween. >> reporter: kristen decorated her front yard in waretown with a scene that zombies is taking over the community. one zombie is pinned by the car against a tree the other is on the ground. it's realistic enough that it's too graphic to have the police come to her home. >> the police came knocking at 10:00 a.m., something happened to my husband. they were laughing, we got a call about the zombie. >> reporter: christian stuffed the zombies with pillows and
made the displays with car parts. >> i don't like the graphicness, but people do. >> the first time i seen it, it was like oh, man. it was pretty good i think. >> reporter: it's all in fun. halloween fun. christian who crewed to work in the halloween store all the ghost and goblins in her yard and the gruesome zombie scene bring her back to another time. >> halloween has died down and nothing like what it used to be. that's what we want to bring back, reminds people of. >> reporter: christian said lots of people have been driving by to get a look at the display, and if everyone doesn't look what they see she is happy with what they put together here. in waretown, nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> it looks pretty real. get ready for halloween, 2017
6abc.com your source, you can find top candy cravings and decide on your costume and get a look into the best attracts, at 6abc.com/halloween. >> reporter: it looks good to me. >> it looks good in the sense it looks really. >> reporter: she put a lot of effort into that. remember last weekend the house where the person was under the garage door, i thought that was real for a second, but all right -- >> 'tis the season. >> reporter: what is real is more sunshine and good weather heading this way. looks nice for the weekend overall. eagles forecast, big game monday night football against the redskins, everything looks pretty nice, partly to mostly cloudy skies with comfortable temperatures, first quarter, 70 degrees, maybe 68 or 69. by the 4th quarter we're down to 66. the wet weather holds off until
after midnight monday night and through the day on tuesday. 50 degrees in philadelphia, dewpoint 44. winds are calm. pressure 30.28 inches holding stealed. it's calm across the entire area. north and west there's not much of a breeze, every now and then we pick up a 3 or 4-mile an hour winds speed. 39 in the poconos. 42 in allentown. 50 in philadelphia, millville, 44. trenton, 46 and cape may checking in the at 55. satellite and radar this is has been where high pressure is pretty much set up shop the whole week. once we got past sunday, the high took over and this has been the forecast from that point on. clear skies and sunny conditions and very warm temperatures. all the cloud cover buildings to the west, it will stay out there today, tomorrow it inches a little bit closer, maybe we see high, thin clouds overspread the area. monday that's when the clouds begin to lower and thicken out
of a frontal system and area of low pressure that will be heading this way on tuesday. future tracker 6, nothing going on today, mostly sunny skies, maybe a thin cloud or two, that's about it. as we head into sunday, looks like the morning hours will start out with sunshine again, by afternoon, the milky white cirrus clouds high, thin clouds overspread the region again. as we get into monday, the clouds begin to lower and thicken. temperature-wise 4:00 p.m., 75 in philadelphia. allentown, 73. poconos 68. overnight tonight, the temperatures will be five degrees milder than this morning. 50 to 54 in philadelphia. allentown, 45. trenton, 48. millville, 50. tomorrow afternoon another nice day, 74 degrees sunshine to start, the high, thin clouds by afternoon. and even monday we're right back up in the mid 70s. 76, 77 for the high in philadelphia. allentown, 72. trenton, 75. so the winning streak continues. mostly sunny today, warm,
77 degrees. the normal is 65. so we're a good 12 degrees above average. light breeze out of the south/southwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. if you're heading outdoors, it looks good the whole way through. 4:00 p.m., 76, 7:00 p.m., 69 degrees. overnight tonight it's chilly, partly cloudy and calm. 46 degrees outlying suburbs, 54 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, really there's on one day of concern that's tuesday, tuesday looks wet, lots of clouds, rain at times, some of it will be heavy. 77. sunderland, sun and clouds, 74. increasing clouds monday, 77. wednesday breezy and cooler, here comes the seasonal temperatures, once the front slides through. thursday, 64, friday, 66 degrees. >> chris it looks good. thank you. ♪ the force was with those who
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone 6:25 a.m., mostly sunny skies across the board, jersey shore, the poconos, delaware, everybody seeing sunshine. 72 at the shore, 77 in philadelphia. 72 in the poconos. high pressure is slowly starting to shift out to sea, however, this will bring a change to the overall weather pattern. the high is right here, this is all sinking air, orange, hard to get cloud cover when the air sinks. as the high pulls east, the winds will shift out of the southwest. that's when the clouds are pulling out here, all the cloud cover marchs into monday and tuesday with an area of low pressure. what will happen as the area of low pressure comes up the coast,
the jet stream will start to buckle a little bit. it will look like we'll get the cooler air on the east coast and all that warm air stays out here to the west. the only problem if you're someone who loves the cool weather, the pattern is progressive. the cool weather doesn't last long it's just a few days and back into the unusually warm stuff again. >> big game now happy valley aspen state nittany lions take on michigan. plus, the eagles gearing up for monday night football. here's jamie apody. >> reporter: well we've been trusting the process yesterday it came full circle. a sold-out crowd got to see the top talent. joel embiid pumped for this one. ben simmons, had 8 points. embiid o for 8 when he scored
late in the third. impede 11 points in 28 minutes. >> sixers leading much ever this one, lost to boston now they are 0-2 on the year. >> we let one go, we were up 7 in the third period of the like with a few more baskets that they might have gone away, i give the celtics credit, but i feel like we let one slip. >> it's been a long time since the eagles played a football game. we have to wait a little bit longer. the eagles hosting the redskins on monday night football. it's a nice chance to bury the skins you sit behind the birds in the nfc east. >> it's a test for us, week one we did things well. we left a lot of plays on the field, they did good things, too, it's one of the things you know when each other so well like this, both teams, it comes down to making plays, hopefully
we can make more of them. we're teenage up with phl17 monday night football, pregame kickoff 8:00 p.m. and the game at 8:30 p.m. penn state hosting michigan tonight. will the nittany lions being out for revenge? they lost to michigan 39 points a year ago. >> i don't think last season's game has a whole lot to do with this saturday's game. what we have to do is prepare like crazy for a team and program at a university we have tremendous respect for. >> 6abc the place to be for penn state and michigan that's tonight at 7:30 on channel 6. temple last to yukon dropping under 500. jeff collins likes the guys heading into this one. >> great attitude in in practi,
and the locker room, they were disappointed after the loss, they understand how close we are to be being really good and have to finish the season really strong. >> we'll have more on temple football playbook coming up during the 9:30 a.m. half-hour of "action news" this morning. that's sports, go on out and have a great saturday!
>> the search is on for whoever fired shots at a teenager, the victim is fighting for his life in the hospital. a controversy over a fatal ambush in niger, now a congressional investigation. yes, it's october and not may. mother nature is giving us another gorgeous weekend with above-average temperatures. outside we go to meteorologist chris sowers tracking the weekend. it's a tad chilly outside. >> reporter: the temperature is at the point if it gets colder i'm going to run for a jacket. temperatures are at 50 degrees in philadelphia. in the outlying suburbs, 39 in the poconos and 42 in allentown him that's chilly stuff. 44 in millville. trenton, 46. 55 in cape may. you're the warm spot. dover, 49 and atlantic city, 49 degrees. satellite and radar we'll wake up to a ton of sunshine once again this morning. the winning streak continues
we'll get sunshine all week long. today no different, sunny conditions from start to finish. future tracker pretty much confirming that. we'll see a slight wind shift out of the of the east/east. 71 degrees by 11:00 a.m. lots of sunshine, 1:00 p.m., 75. 4:00 p.m., 76. 7:00 p.m., we're back down to 69. hour by hour we're anticipating a high somewhere around 77 degrees in philadelphia. same number for places like allentown and pottstown even millville, probably about 77 or 78. looking ahead there's really only one day that we're watching in the accuweather seven-day forecast. that's tuesday. could see an area of low pressure develop it could run you mean the spine of the appalachians. it could bring rain on tuesday be and -- and bring a significant pattern change in the area and we talk about cooler temperatures. i'll be back in just a few minutes and have all the details of the next chance of rain
beyond tuesday, we're looking closely at halloween. i'll talk about in just a if minutes. >> 6:33 a.m., philadelphia police are looking for whoever shot a teenager in the neck and left him to die. police were called to the 7700 block of cedar brook avenue in the city's west oak lane section before 10:30 p.m. they got to the scene and found the teenager with a gunshot injury to his neck. he was rushed to einstein in critical condition. a driver crashed into several cars in northeast philadelphia before flipping her own car. this morning she is anywaysing dui charges. police say the driver lost control and hit two parked cars before she errantsly overturned. no injuries were reported. happening today, attorney general jeff sessions scheduled to speak in philadelphia. sessions will address the 2017
fall meeting. he is expected to talk about safe neighborhoods and other initiatives to reduce violent crimes. the city of philadelphia has been battle winning sessions since he singled out nine sanctuary cities troogd philadelphia for not complying with the justice department immigration policy. the bam bush -- ambush of four americans is getting an investigation after president trump widely criticize phone call to widow of one of the soldiers, many calling the phone call disrespectful. >> reporter: more questions about the deadly ambush in the african country of niger, four soldiers died more than two weeks ago. the green beret were attacked with small arms it was a
sophisticated attack. president trump ignoring questions. >> did you authorize the troop to niger. >> reporter: did the unit get the proper advanced intelligence and back up support. why was sergeant la david johnson left behind, the rest of the unit pulled out, but his body was not recovered for 20 hours. >> why was he left alone, was he still alive? was he kidnapped? >> reporter: the pentagon has started a full investigation. >> this could turn out to be mr. trump's benghazi. >> reporter: congresswoman frederica wilson was with sergeant johnson's widow when she received a condolence call from president trump. wilson has come under fire for saying the president's words were disrespectful.
the brouhaha leading to interest in the deadly ambush. abc news new york. >> 6:36 a.m., anotherfluentiald organization is -- hollywood organization is looking to give harvey weinstein the boot. an italian actress told has and loss detectives that weinstein bullied his way into her hotel room and raped her back in 2013 as lupita nyong'o made claims of harassment. a california judge tossed out a 14 million-dollar jury award after a woman sued johnson and johnson said she had ovarian
cancer she got from using talc powder. the judge ruled there was not nufd -- enough evidence that the company acted with malice. the former district attorney who declined to press charges against bill cosby. bruce castor is suing andrea constan. he said when she sued him in 2015 it cost him the election in montgomery county. else seeking $50,000 in damages. the unemployment rate dropping in pennsylvania for the second straight month it fell .1 in september to 4.8% that's higher than the national average of 4.2%. a separate survey found non-farm payrolls hit a record high with nearly 6 million pennsylvanians
working. students have a place to learn thanks to a generous local business owner. john rawlins sharing the story. >> it's going to make a major impact. >> reporter: the where of this story, long strength school in philadelphia, the when, the new creation of a state-of-the-art classroom where none existed by private donation. >> my father i immigrated to ts country about 30 years ago, he grew up knowing when it's like to be lacking resources and not having everything he needs to flourish. >> reporter: he worked hard and came to own penn center beauty supply in center city. years ago he approached david oh to help school kids. >> because his business includes of african-american bey products, he wants to focus on
the african-american kids in the poorest neighborhoods of philadelphia. >> reporter: this is not the first time he reached out to help a philadelphia school. he has given sports equipment and computers to three other schools. he is reluctant to take credit. >> he is very humble, i think the kids need to see someone who doesn't look like them doesn't speak english hears enough about them to do this, it's about what life is about in creating community and the kind of relationship we need between businesses and community members. >> reporter: in west philadelphia, john rawlins channel 6 "action news." >> generous donation. $173 million up for grabs in the powerball jackpot. no one matched all six numbers. the next drawing tonight 10:59 p.m. him we'll have the winning numbers on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday
morning. an extra special event why running a marathon brings joy to one runner. plus, "madea" runs into the boogie man boo 2 a "madea" halloween. meteorologist chris sowers tracking the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, this is a live look, sky6 live hd commodore barry bridge there, the sun is starting to come up. yes, "action news" on a saturday continues after this break.
running a half marathon an accomplishment for anyone, but crossing the finish line special for kristin marks. 16 years ago she was diagnosed for the need of a heart transplant. she got the idea to run the marathon in wisconsin as a way to honor her donor. >> there's not a way that goes by i don't think about my donor family. every thanksgiving everybody talks about how thankful they are, that's my everyday. >> this week when she crossed the fence issue line she was round surrounded by family and friends and cardiac care team. if you're just waking up saturday morning, guess what, you'll see the sub this -- see e
sun this weekend. >> reporter: there's the proof right there. the proof is in the pudding. camden water, the suburbs 42, 43, center city checking in at 50 degrees with a calm breeze. 77 degrees is the forecasted high. the normal is 635. 65. we're good 12 degrees above normal. it's 39 in lake harmony. 52 in slatington. quakertown, 40. warminster, 47. malvern, 46. media, 44. glassboro, 43. vineland, 41 degrees around boon florida. hammonton, 42. cinnaminson, 45, dover, 49 degrees. we'll start you out with satellite and radar the wide picture, what we're setting up, is the system heading this way on tuesday. high pressure firmly in control today.
tomorrow, clouds inch closer. monday, the clouds lower and thicken, and errantly we'll get rain in -- eventually we'll get rain in here tuesday afternoon. the high is bringing sunshine to the area today. because the high is off the coast, the winds are shifting out of the south/southwest, temperatures in the low 60s, now we're talking about the upper 70s. tomorrow, high, thin clouds overspread the skyline. nice day, warm, highs around 74, 75. monday, the secondary area of low pressure develops out of the gulf of mexico brings an area of rain along with it. monday is dry, monday night, the eagles game taking on the redskins, that looks dry, tuesday all this moisture heads north an tuesday will be a rain day for the philadelphia area. 77 degrees this afternoon philadelphia, allentown, reading, 77. wilmington, 76. mostly sunny and warm, trenton, 76. toms river, 76. on the boards in atlantic city,
72. overnight tonight, temperatures are fairly mild, 54 in philadelphia. 46 in allentown. millville, 49. reading, 47. trenton, 50 degrees. tomorrow, if you're heading to talen energy stadium, the union taking on orlando, looks nice, cooler than today, 74 degrees that's the temperature by 4:00 p.m. we'll see the high, thin clouds overspreading the area and by the 90th minute 70 degrees. gorgeous weekend controversial. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 77 today, sun and clouds tomorrow. 74. increasing clouds on monday. another warm high of 77. tuesday, rain at times, some of it could be heavy. we're forecasting a high of only 71. rainfall totals range anywhere from a half inch to an inch when all is said and done. after the system pulls away, 62 wednesday, 6 -- 64 wednesday, 26
thursday, 66 friday. we have a front that's hangs over according to one model and the other model clears it out, we'll watch halloween closely, it could be a little wet. >> reporter: 6:47 a.m., halloween ten days away. if you're looking for something more magical, "harry potter" weekend in chestnut hill. >> reporter: on october 20, and 21, chestnut hill transforms into the wizard village hogsmate. the restaurant and businesses get in on the magic. >> whether it's decorating the flew are flew with magical themes. >> reporter: the cursed scar pie from chestnut hill brewing company and the chestnut hill
and sidewalk cafe will be serving the drinks. made by me is making magical sweets like chocolate frogs and better beer truffles and cake pops. >> one two three. >> reporter: friday night kicks off with wands and wizards night on the avenue. we have fortune-tellerses owe fortune-tellers. it's good to see the students return and the new students and good to see the people who have no idea what's going on. >> reporter: throughout the festival will be magical make and take zones that won't need a map to find. >> it doesn't take much a little glue and imagination. >> reporter: polish your wand skills and get sorted into a hog
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name. shell receive the trophy for lifetime achievement award. ross will perform on the broadcast it will air on 6abc, mark your calendars, it will takes place in los angeles. there's a plethora of moves at the theaters this weekend. here's david daniel with a look at new. >> reporter: a combination of comedy and horror looks to lead the crowded box office this weekend. tyler perry's a boo 2 ma madeira halloween. forecast for geo storm is not as sunny. the climate disaster which cost $120 million to make opens ten to 12 millions. challenging geo storm is the
snowman about a detective tracking a serial killer. opening weekend estimates range from 8 to $1 million. sooner or later -- >> reporter: then there's a pair of true life drama on the brave, hot shots who battled the fire in 2013 with the debut of 6 to $7 million. finally same kind of different as me, brings the best selling inspirational memoir to the big screen. the drama about homelessness and faith figures to make 3 to $4 million this weekend. in hollywood i'm david daniel.
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you, 7:00 a.m. now on this saturday, october 21. here's are a look at the stories we're working on for you on "action news." breaking news, a man and his dog rescued from their burning home overnight. also shot while riding the bus to school. a teen recovering from nearly a dozen bb gunshot injuries. police want to know if the suspect is responsible for two other shootings. stands room only for sixers home opener. why the fans say this is the career despite no wins so far this season. those stories in a moment, but outside we go to chris sowers what are you looking for chris sowers. >> reporter: a