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>> breaking now on "action news," shots fired in south philadelphia. police are looking to see if it is connected to the teen murders earlier in the week. >> a boy exits his own bus and gets run over by a weekend. >> accuweather will help you plan your weekend. one day is going fob great, the other indoor activities, because it could be a washout. >> david murphy and karen rogers look at our weekend. >> reporter: we're looking ahead to a chilly start. >> reporter: i've got somebody on twitter saying can i get my balloon ride in?
she didn't say when, today and tomorrow is a great day for a balloon ride as long as you bundle up. today we're looking at sunshine coming up over the horizon. these clouds to the west miss us, we're expecting sunshine today maybe pop up cloud cover here and there. cool this morning, 45 degrees in philadelphia. allentown, reading, lancaster we're sitting on 38. 36 in millville. 40 in wilmington, 42 in trenton. 54 in cape may. bundle up as you head outside. there's not a lot of wind out there. it won't be as breezy as yesterday. things get better later, noon 57. 3:00 p.m., 65 degrees still holding 62 comfortable and seasonable for this time of the year. a little bit above average. 7:58 if you're heading out on the town this evening, bring the jacket maybe a couple of layers because it will be dropping into the mid to low 50s toward the end. the bus stop forecast it will be chillier than yesterday.
43 in center city as you wait for the bus. 34 in the outlying suburbs. coats coming out. we have frost advisory in effect over south jersey and the northern and western suburbs, potted plants in that ends at 9:00 a.m. jekyll an hyde weekend. >> reporter: this is the blue route southbound heading toward i-95 as we look at baltimore pike no problems there. we have an accident with a vehicle on its side in kensington at frankford avenue at lehigh avenue near the sunoco station there. head house square we're dealing with the fire clean up. we have second street blocked between local barred and south and south street blocked between third and front. watch for the closures that continue today. i-95 approaching cottman that's southbound traffic heading toward center city. moving nicely right now. no problems in the city. in new jersey we have an
accident they have had shut down pomona road in galloway township. if you're in the area stick to wrangleboro road instead. >> breaking nient a -- breaking right now, a house in south philadelphia has been em emblazenned -- blazened with bullets. police are looking at the shooting very closely as the double murders of two teen boys are fresh on the minds of residents here. you can see crime scene investigators have cleared the scene for now. we saw ten evidence markers on the 600 block of south juniper street as crime scene tape surrounded it. that was some of the evidence police collected. you can see the window on the home is riddled with bullets.
this is the home that police believe was targeted, the reason is unknown publicly at this time. they are looking into whether this is related to the double murders of the two teen boys that happened this week. we have identified them. police are looking into whether or not this is at all connected to the incident. meanwhile, residents are a bit concerned a double murder happen a few blocks away, now this shooting. take a listen to what one resident had to say. >> gun violence. how much worse does it have to get? you know, i don't know, beyond beyond -- i don't understand it. the two boys, salvadore dinubile and caleer miller 16 years old. it started out as an argument, shots were fired and two teens were found on the ground with gunshot wounds to the chest.
their families demanding answerings this morning. in the mean -- answers this morning. in the meantime, police have a person of interest. jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> as the search continues for the person of interest, people who knew and loved caleer miller remembered him. family and friends gathered for a vigil in his honor in point breeze last night. they are calling for justice in the killings of caleer miller and salvadore dinubile. "action news" viewer video shows medics attending to a 6-year-old boy who was hit by a school bus in camden. this happened on alabama road near independence road yesterday evening. the boy had just left his own school bus and walking around the back of it when he was hit by another bus coming up the road. >> he was in much pain, much pain, because she ran his leg over, i mean, you have the blood
there, the tire went over his leg. >> the child was taken to the hospital with a serious leg injury. he is in stable condition. the dean of students at a west philadelphia charter school has been charged with statutory rape and sexual assault, 42 omar harrison of cheltenham surrendered yesterday. he worked at the mastery charter school. he sexually assaulted an 8 grader. he gave her a ride to the hotel near the airport. harrison has been fired from his job. from our new jersey newsroom a pregnant woman and three teens were more than a dozen people overcome by carbon monoxide. the residents at a apartment building started to feel sick yesterday morning. 6 people are in critical condition. officials say a mall if you -- - mal functioning boiler may have
the cause of the leak. a couple experienced a close call yesterday. a muffler flew off a car yesterday. the couple was traveling from their home from pottstown to work in eagleville. the metal pierced the windshield and landed in between the husband and wife. >> the glass was splintered on my face, luck i my face down. all the glass in front of me, i just say thank the lord, thank the god. >> they say the truck driver never stopped and likely didn't realize what happened. an unusual police call in montgomery county turned out to be a real squeal. two officers posed with the wandering pigs. they urged the rightful owners
to come forward. the pigs are safe hogging up safe in the township kennel giving people dirt dirty looks as they tell bacon jokes. >> reporter: if a pig has earned the right to have a leash he is okay. it's not if you you go to the farm and put a leash on your chickens. >> come on chickens. >> reporter: thanks, tam, shows you we are dry, we look outside, we're looking at clear skies across the region including at philadelphia international airport. it's kind of hard to see that, all the greenlights there, those are the runway lights. looks like the redlights are celebrating christmas or something, look at them all flashing. pretty pictures at the airport. it's chilly outside, temperatures, 45 degrees. the winds are light, you don't have to worry about that. suburbs in the upper to mid
30s, cool out there this morning. we have sunshine that will help you out a bit as you get sunrise up over the horizon. sunglasses all around, not only this morning, but this afternoon with the clouds out to the west don't look like they have much affect on us. today's forecast, generally sunny. a couple of clouds around, i want optimistic and put all sun on there, because it's fun to do that. 48 degrees by 10:00. 57 by noon. yesterday we topped out at the airport at 58 degrees. today we'll get up to 65. yesterday the winds added to the chilly feel. today not as much wind. altogether an improvement. 63234 allentown. 64 in trenton. 65 in philadelphia. 66 in millville. 63 in cape may. 63 on the boards in atlantic city. if you head you on the town tonight it's chilly. 58 degrees by 7:00.
11:00 p.m., 52, clear skies not too windy, grab a jacket head out to dinner and movie theater you'll be in good shape. tomorrow we start out cool. 50 in most neighborhoods. 72 in the afternoon, though, with clouds and sun. it's going to be nice in the afternoon. now, the front coming in for sunday will affect the change we've been talking about. it looks like it will be raining early in the morning. 7:00 heavy cells possible. up until noon we'll be in and out of heavy cells. it could produce flooding. the trends on the model run, less rain in the afternoon, but plan on bringing rain gear to the eagles game on sunday, just in case. seasonable today, 65, and warm tomorrow, 72. 66 on sunday, rain, windy conditions. monday, rain ends early and we get sun later in the day.
halloween looks bright and chilly, 59. falling during trick or treating. 60 on wednesday, 65 on thursday. milder correct -- next week. 5:41 a.m., we'll take you inside philadelphia's new ping pong inspired bar. tiger woods is said to appear in court today. details about the possible plea after being charged with dui. a ten-year-old leads police on a dangerous high-speed chase. it is not the first time he is accused of doing it. karen, he is ten. >> reporter: ten, that's crazy. it's not the first time, someone is here he needs to be punished. this is the schuylkill expressway eastbound traffic open overnighted after being closed for construction. we have an accident in new jersey, we'll take you there
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don't say it. this is 309 at the pennsylvania turnpike. fort washington, you have a nice, easy ride right now. no big problems out there. this is northbound traffic heading toward 202 coming in from ambler or horsham no issues on 309. we have an issue in pine hill, camden county aerial road and east second avenue. watch for crews with that accident. the pennsylvania turnpike will close in both directions between bensalem and delaware valley from 1:00 p.m. -- 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. we have a minor accident at whitiker avenue near wyoming. we're seeing slowing in the area. watch for that accident. temperatures it's chilly out there, 37 in bethlehem and pottstown, 36 in quakertown. 38 in media. we're in the mid 40s in center
city. 39 in browns mills. 38 in glassboro, heading to rowan university. 41 in dover, delaware. this afternoon, better than yesterday, 65 for the high matt. >> this driver pulled a dangerous stunt to dodge police in ohio. what is more mind boggling, the one behind the wheel was a boy 10 years old. the child stole the family car. 911 calls came in when the boy's mother hopped in another car following her son. when police became involved the speeds reached 100 miles per hour. the child cut into on coming traffic. witnesses could not believe such a kid was capable of a wild ride. >> he was 3-foot tall. i don't know how he looked over the steering wheel. he is a good driver. >> the state trooper cut off the boy's car causing it to crash. nobody was hurt. police say the child stole his
mom's car less than two weeks ago. golfer tiger woods is set to appear in a florida courtroom expected to plead guilty to reckless driving and enter a dui first offender program. the golfer tested positive for marijuana and pain killers and sleep drug and antianxiety drug. he said he was on the prescription medication because of a back injury. two sailors stranded at sea are back on solid ground for the first time in five months. u.s. navy rescued women and their dogs off the coast of scrap this week. they had set sail for hawaii bound for tahiti and 1,000 miles off course. they had a career's worth of food on board, they tried daily to radio for help.
joseph, i'm steve. how are you? nice to meet you sir. nice to meet you. how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah.
he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah.
for at least part of the weekend, you may be thinking about staying indoors. how about a game of ping pong on this week's "fyi philly" ducis rogers takes us to a new fun spot in the city. here's a preview. >> reporter: got me sweating here. it's called spin philadelphia. >> it's something different, something fun that the city doesn't have. >> reporter: there are 13 olympic size olympic tables. with pros on hand to offer advice. >> i've played a lot of ping pong. >> reporter: and show you how it's done. playing the roger federer of
table tennis. >> reporter: they have professionals playing. we have a little show around ping pong. the menu is serving up for ping pong. chicken quesadillas and buffalo sliders. the elevated bar overlooks the action so there's not a bad seat in the house. "fyi philly" i'm ducis rogers. >> my kid is good at ping pong. >> reporter: did you ever see forrist gas pump play. >> reporter: we have a table, but i'm not that good. let's check i-95 girard southbound traffic on your right, heading toward center city moving nicely. green traffic flow northbound and southbound no major problems.
gilbertville road accident at swamp pike watch for that. >> reporter: it's chilly, up in the northern and western suburbs, 38 in allentown arc reading and lancaster. 36 in millville. 45 in philadelphia. 42 in trenton. 40 in wilmington, a little better there. cape may, 50 degrees. as we head through the day it will be better than yesterday. a lot of us stuck at 60 a couple of degrees below that. the temperatures climb gradually. 43 degrees chilly bi7:00. 47 by 9. we're looking at a high of 65 degrees probably around 3:00 p.m. not as much wind a lot of sun out there today. >> a chicken in south jersey is approving she is more than a barn yard animal. rose bud is a therapy chicken. she visitors seniors homes and libraries and schools she let's people pet her, she does not
peck them. she wears a diaper for inside visitors. there's hand sanitizer for afterwards which makes matt crack up. the four pound hen has her own facebook page. >> that could be the coolest chicken ever. >> find out how to tour the philadelphia home with edgar allen poe crafted some of his terrorizing tales. apple ten preorders have started. we'll tell you if you can get in on getting one.
amazing finds. always great prices. make home yours. why are south jerseyans so angry headlines at sweeney? up. sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own. steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
>> happening today you are invited to take the tour of the philadelphia home where edgar allen poe crafted some of his terrorizing tales at second and spring garden. he lived there in 1843 when he penned the black cat. the tour will include actors reciting poe's greatest works. new on "action news," a north hampton county teen has a head-turning collection of halloween decoration. josh has 120 inflatables set up outside his family home. he started collecting them
several years ago. he asked for the decorations as gifts and saved his allowance money to by them. i don't play video games. >> josh was aspergers disease his parents said the noise from the inflatable decorations helped soothe him at a crowning age. several communities in the lehigh valley and elsewhere will be treck or treating tonight instead of on tuesday which is a school night. share photos of your costumes and decorations and post them on social media using the #6abc action. because of the on going event. we'll feature an animal halloween contest, we'll get to see hundreds of animal pictures in there. a rolex warn by a celebrity sets a record at auction. we continue to follow
breaking news in south philadelphia where detectives are trying to figure out if shots fired at a house could be connected to a double murder case. it's finally starting to feel like fall, winter is around the corner. nydia han has tips to get your home ready for the cold. is. >> okay. >> and we're getting it with an inside look at her new york one by one, the donuts came. they brought their fiercest party game. but under the moon they met their doom far too soon. get your spooky donuts or ten munchkins for $1.99
6:00 a.m., friday, october 27 we're following breaking news. >> shots are fired at a home in south philadelphia. police are trying to determine if it is connected to the deadly shooting of two teenagers earlier this week. pedestrians are taking to the streets as part of the street is shutting down to vehicle traffic in favor of foot traffic that means cars in the