tv Action News 1130PM ABC October 21, 2017 11:30pm-12:00am EDT
sweet 4k tv, mr. peterson. thanks. i'm pretty psyched. did you get fios too? no, was i supposed to get fios? mr. peterson. fios is a 100% fiber-optic network. it's like it was invented to stream 4k movies and shows. how do you know so much about tv and internet? the internet. right. streaming is only as good as your internet. so get the best internet - with the 100% fiber-optic network - get fios - now just $79.99 per month for fios gigabit connection plus tv and phone. >> jeff skversky has sports. we are talking penn state football from the beginning there was little doubt who would win the game. michigan has the number one ranked defense in all of college
football. keep that in mind watching the highlights. what a run by saquon barkley and penn state. the run continues tonight with a dominating performance against michigan. what a scene in state college, 110,000 on hand, a lot to cheer about. saquon barkley with thee snap going to the endzone scoring twice in the first five minutes, 69-yards and he's not done. he's the first in school history with 3,000 rushing yards and a thousand yards receiving. this in the fourth, holds on to it. 42-13, they are 7-0 for the first time in nine years. >> we came out firing. >> enjoy this for a couple of
hours. >> it's almost 11:00. >> we move on to the next game next week. >> temple taking on the lead against army 98 seconds to go. germane adams, one second left. in o.t., temple can tie it. 27-yard filed goal. temple loses in overtime, 31-28, dropping four of five. kunai cane 100-yards rushing, double o.t., delaware like penn state, 42 points, they have won three straight. penn hosting yale. they can't hold on. penn loses fourth straight,
29-14. joel embiid is not playing in back to back games, the sixer star is not happy. watching this will not cheer anyone up. ben simmons trying to pick up the slack in toronto. he's off to one of the greatest starts, double double third straight game 18 points. markelle fultz struggling. thimisses the rim. sixers out scored, 128-98. all aboard the wayne train. wayne simmons is lights out to start the season. simmons scored the game winner in four of them. flyers score first. here you go against edmonton.
>> monday night can't get here soon enough. eagles sitting pretty with the best record in the nfl. eagles have to stop the run of the redskins. >> i think they want to establish the run. that's something they put a premium on to be sure they get going. there's last year, they can run the ball. we have to do what we need to do to make sure that doesn't happen. >> monday night football on
wphl-17 coverage kicks off 8:00 with the pregame show. we go one-on-one with wentz and more. >> sounds like fun. "action news" at 11:30 is next. a neighborhood in florida is under siege by a killer. three murders in 11 days. all are similar. >> new details about a sexual harassment case against bill o'reilly, what fox news admits they knew when they renewed o'reilly's contract. when "action news" comes right back. ♪ ♪
♪ >> "action news" continues. >> saturday night. i'm walter perez. here's what's happening at 11:30. an emotional service as a young soldier is laid to rest. >> neighborhood in tampa is on edge after three murders over the past two weeks. police say all were random and all seem to be connected. >> and the oakland a's step up to help a little boy who lost his memorabilia to the wildfires. >> it was an emotional lay to rest for a young man lost in
niger. >> we love our troops. we love our country. >> mourners lining the streets of cooper street in florida mourning david johnson. >> attended by 1,000 people. >> he laid down his life for our country. >> a warrior now at peace. >> sergeant johnson remembered as a hero. >> he is a real hero. anyone that goes into the military, willing to give the ultimate sacrifice for their country is a hero. >> the 25-year-old johnson died in the village of congo in the african country of niger.
national attention turned on johnson shortly after his pregnant widow received a condolence call from trump who said her husband knew what he had signed up for but it still hurt. the president tweeted back saying his conversation was fab fabricated. > linda lopez, abc news, new york. >> officials from spain announced an unprecedented plan to fire leaders and install their own people into leadership. that announcement sparked protests in barcelona. this is the first time they have taken action to strip autonomy from one of its regions. october 1st, thousands voted for
independence for cat lone ya even after the election was declared illegal for the spanish government. >> police are looking for the person that killed three people many the same tampa neighborhood over the last month. a man with autism was killed in seminole heights on the way home from work. >> waiting for child to come home and they don't come home. >> hefts killed 200-yards from where benjamin mitchel was gunned down october 9th. october 13th, the body of monica was found half mile from where mitchel's body was found. authorities believe there is one person responsible but also believe the victims were killed at random. >> many are returning home to see the destruction caused by
wildfires. those in santa rosa found nothing. many fled in the middle of the night. fires that brought out october 8th destroyedeed thousas of homes. >> fox news knew that a sexual lawsuit was being filed against bill o'reilly before he reinstated his contact. they said o'reilly and the woman agreed the financial terms would be kept confidential. o'reilly was let go a month later when it was revealed fox paid $13 million to keep quiet about allegations. >> a motorcyclist was killed during a crash.
the ri victim lost control at te walt whitman bridge ramp. he was later pronounced dead at hahnemann hospital. >> this was the scene along the 900 block of brown street overnight. police say the woman hit two parked cars before her vehicle overturned. no serious injuries were report td. >reported. a woman was brutally attacked and her family had to make the decision to take her off life support. >> laura remembers her aunt with fond words. >> she was smart and out going. she was a beautiful person. she would give you the shirt off
her back. >> dominic admits the 33-year-old had trouble recently. >> she was on the street. she was using drugs, but she was trying to get her life back on track. she was trying to get clean the last couple of weeks of her life. >> wednesday, april 59, just after 6:30 a.m. police were called to a report of an unconscious woman bleeding from the head. >> she had blunt force trauma to her head. she was attacked while she was sleeping. >> the attack was violent and compounded by the fact that it took days to identify her and notify the family she was in the hospital. >> she suffered strokes, seizures. she had no skin on her back. they drug her. the skin was off her feet, ankles, parts of her legs. >> she died after being removed
from life support. the city of philadelphia is offering $20,000 in reward money for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. call 215-546-tips. all calls will remain anonymous. >> it's like somebody knows something. i hope they are brought to justice so it doesn't happen to someone else and her kids have peace. >> i'm rick williams, channel6 "action news." >> today wisdom the fifth annual pink your ride event organized by the buck county hogs. riders took off from language horn. >> a fitness center in downing town is raising breast cancer awareness. the organization calls to empower women for a search for cure. >> today 70 young women took
part in a serlz of workshops led by local leaders. the dpirls lrne girls learned te of being involved in the political process. >> the oakland a's hit a big home run for those that lost everything in the wildfires. >> first we take you to the monster mash at the zoo. >> as we look at the current numbers right now, mild in philadelphia, 60-degrees. dewpoint at 47. winds are calm. the warmth continues for sunday. we have the details coming up for the full and exclusive forecast. ♪ ♪
sweet 4k tv, mr. peterson. thanks. i'm pretty psyched. did you get fios too? no, was i supposed to get fios? mr. peterson. fios is a 100% fiber-optic network. it's like it was invented to stream 4k movies and shows. how do you know so much about tv and internet? the internet. right. streaming is only as good as your internet. so get the best internet - with the 100% fiber-optic network - get fios - now just $79.99 per month for fios gigabit connection plus tv and phone.
>> sometimes monsters and goblins come out during the day especially at the zoo. the boo at the zoo is back in time for halloween. they enjoyed a trick or treat safari, crafts and candy while checking out their favorite animals. boo at the zoo runs this weekend and next week. time for a final check of the forecast. >> nice today, walter. temperatures so warm for the month of october. looks like the stretch of 70s continues for 70. as we look at storm tracker 6, sky 6 live hd, philadelphia international on this saturday night. it's quiet and small. no issues with precipitation. we are picking up return echoes.
false echoes on the return. no precipitation falling now. it's dry across the area. it was dry, warm today, a high in philadelphia 79. trenton, 77. right now in the city, not back, 60. 61 in cincinnati. 69-degrees in chicago. you look off to the north and west, 42 bismarck. 52, omaha, nebraska. the warmer air to the east, you find unsettled weather. we are tracking a cold front you see it on action radar. the front across the plain states. this will eventually work eastward as we get to tuesday. with that comes the threat of rain and a pattern change as well.
tonight, clear and a mild night dropping to 44 many the suburbs, 56 in filtd for the oanlt low. fast forward into the day tomorrow. mild and starting at 8:00 a.m. with the temperature of 534, 63:10 a.m. lower 70s, 2:00 tomorrow afternoon. average this time of year is 65. well above that by day's end. tomorrow is all about philadelphia union taking on orlando city 4:00 p.m. mild, a milky sky, 74. the finish, 70. timing out the precipitation, future tracker 6 showing you 6:00 a.m. monday, cloudy start to the day. eagles at home monday night, stray showers but nothing major to impact the game terribly. we track the front tuesday. by noon, tuesday, we have
periods of heavy rain, half inch to inch of rainfall across the region. for the rest of the weekend, not bad. not bad to do leaf keeping across the area. moderate color colors peaking fr coatsville, poconos and scranton. if you need plans for the weekend, something to keep in mind. sunshine and high clouds tomorrow. high of 76. warm on monday, mostly cloudy, high of 77. periods of rain tuesday, 74 for the high. behind that on wednesday, breezy and cooler with a high of 64. thursday, partly sunny, isolated showers, high temperature of 60. >> thank you, melissa. >> the oakland a's may not be
going to the world series but they scored a home run nonetheless. adrian has more. >> loren jade smith and his family lost everything in the california wildfires. today they get something back. this is my jersey from this season. >> loren's handwritten letter describing his sadness in losing his mem behl ba memorabilia in e wildfires. >> the a's spurring on the major league baseball community to give big. >> wow. i had one. >> you had one like that. this replaces it. >> they gave a number of memorabilia donated by fans and teams across the country.
>> did you think this would happen? >> i thought the a's would never get it. >> he shares with his friends that survived the fire. >> they lost stuff. we want to give back to them. >> we want to pay it forward and share with everybody. >> they lost their home but have hope after the a's hit it out of the park. >> another example why we love sports. that was adrian reporting. >> this may be the most expensive bagel on earth. it's a thousand dollars. it features white truffle cream cheese and berry infused jelly with golden leaves. what does that even mean? you have to order it 24 hours in advance but the proceeds go to new york city's largest soup kitchen. much more to come including