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families and friends of 22 victims murdered outside the aline social club assembled with a clear message. >> i want this place shut down. >> reporter: 37-year-old pablo rivera was shot and killed here early sunday morning. it was the third murder outside the club since 2015. >> there was an argument an argument ensued and i guess they asked him to come out, i'm not sure who and when he came out, he was shot. >> reporter: a 24-year-old innocent bystander was also wounded. a club security guard shot the suspect who was immediately arrested. the story is all too familiar to the family of 34-year-old alejandro rojas garcia. he was murdered outside the a lounge in january 2015. >> it's a very long time we were the poster parents for the murder that is occurred here and now we are joined obviously by this family and other families that have been shot and killed here since my son perished here in 2015.
>> reporter: then and again now these families are demanding the place be shuttered and they vow to do all they can to make it happen. >> don't come here. , that's -- boycott this place. we need to boycott this place and that's going to send a message we're not going the stand for this kind of violence. >> it's a nuisance its a death trap here. you go here top socialize and you get murdered. >> reporter: on instagram the club posted another life lost in our city to senseless violence. it's not about a lounge or other places that these happening and it's out of our hands. in january a man was shot dead outside of the club. by phone a man representing the social club told me can't be held responsible for the actions of others. he's hired security installed cameras and cooperates with police. again, l and i is collaborating with philadelphia police liquor control and other govern
goff -- governing bodies to determine what should happen next. >> a bullet shattered the back window of a car and then grazed a woman sitting inside. this was the scene at the intersection of d and townsend streets. authorities tell us the man also in the car was not hit or injured. the woman was taken to the hospital just to be checked out. still not clear if the people in the car were the intended targets. >> authorities in burlington county are still trying to determine what caused the deadly crash in delran overnight. it happened about midnight on hartford road. one person died when a car crashed into a pole. a second person was pulled from the wreckage and rushed to the hospital. authorities believe a.m. second vehicle was also involved. but they have not released nine -- identity of the person killed. this crash in overbrook sent a car onto its roof. this is was near overbrook avenue. the detectives say a car hit three parked cars and flipped
over. that driver suffered minor injuries and fortunately no one else was hurt. it's not clear if charges will be filed. >> philadelphia police are looking for two suspects tonight who hit an east oak lane convenience store employee with a car. this is surveillance video of the man and woman when they were inside the 7-eleven on the 6700 block of north fifth street. after this they got into an argument with a worker outside. the suspect then allegedly ran into the victim. she was seriously injured. the suspects also drove partially into the store before leaving the scene. you're asked to call police if you know anything about the crime. from east brandywine township this is katie morgan. she has been arrested for carrying out a series of burglaries and thefts. authorities say they've recovered numerous stolen items from morgan. not all have been claimed. anyone in the east brandywine township area who has recently had a break in and are still missing items should contact police. >> centre county officials are
filing new charges in the death of that penn state fraternity pledge. that after previously deleted security camera footage has now been recovered by the fbi. authorities say the footage enabled police to determine that 19-year-old beta theta pi pledge tim piazza was given 18 drinks over just 90 minutes. investigators determined there was enough evidence to charge 12 new people in the case and bring additional charges against five current defendants. we'll have much more on this story for you coming up on "action news" tonight at 6:00. >> new jersey's next governor phil murphy spoke publically for the first time since winning the election today. one of his biggest concerns for the garden state the skyrocketing tax rate and what to do about it. he wasn't the only person in jersey talking about taxes today. so was ivanka trump. "action news" reporter john rawlins has that story. >> reporter: the one time goldman sachs executive had harsh words about the gop's effort attacks reform in d.c. >> this bill is bad for new
jersey. >> reporter: murphy was joined today by democratic congressman new jersey is a high tax state. democrats claim the proposed loss and limits on state and local tax deductions could mean one in four garden state families would see higher taxes under the gop plans. >> this is an assault on the middle class. it's an assault on seniors. even the so-called compromises somebody said to me listen, this is like cutting your hand off versus half of your hand off its bad no matter how you slice it reject this bill for what it is. i have to agree with my colleague, this is a scam. >> reporter: while the governor-elect and the congressional democrats held forth on their view as to the evils of the gop tax plan in newark 70 miles away at the shore the gop had its own get together, a far different take at this gop invitation only event in ocean county. attending the secretary of commerce and the president's daughter who promised to reconcile legislation will
accomplish her father's goal. >> this whole bill both versions of it which we are both very excited about and we think will only be improved as they're reconciled and as we move forward really accomplish the president's stated goal of a, reducing taxes and offering tax relief to middle income american families and. b, cutting corporate rates and small business rates so that business can thrive. >> so, this is about bringing business back to new jersey, about making competitive environment for middle income tax cuts. >> reporter: john rawlins channel6 "action news." >> all right, turning to weather after a gloomy soggy start to the work week the clouds are starting to move out, better weather is moving in. how about that? how much better? well, meteorologist cecily tynan at the "action news" big board with the latest. hey, cecily. >> hi, monica. we should see the return of sunshine tomorrow and temperatures will finally climb out of the 40's. we have been in a stretch
since friday of daytime highs stuck in the 40's, the warmest day was yesterday but still that's 10 degrees below the average high for this time of the year. now, double scan live showing the area of rain that moved through this morning generally about a quarter to a half inch, that's well up to the north and east over new england but we still have a lot of low level moisture, low clouds, the misting out there and visibilities show that some areas are dealing with some fog. millville and dover, visibility 2 miles, wildwood 1.3. philadelphia is not bad, but 5-mile visibility its still pretty damp out there. the highest visibilities are north of philadelphia. so, this is what to expect tonight. it will be raw damp and chilly, not a very enjoyable monday night. some areas of fog especially early this evening, pockets of mist and drizzle and then the overnight lows gradually dropping, 29 degrees in the suburbs, 34 for center city but i do have brighter warmer days ahead. i'll talk about that in the accuweather forecast.
rick. >> pretty soon the turkey day forecast, hm. >> that's right, that's right. >> all right. >> almost here. >> thanks cecily. and you can keep up with changes to the forecast right on your phone or tablet. that includes realtime views from storm storm tracker6. the 6abc app is a free download for your mobile device. >> it is the first high school in pennsylvania where students can graduate with a high school diploma and an associate's degree. it's called parkway center city middle college. it offers the chance to get a two year degree from community college of philadelphia. mayor jim kenney was there to meet students and staff today. the program is in its first year. it currently only has anyoneth graders enrolled but all of the students are first generation college bound. >> i like it. it's challenging but it's also helpful because knowing that the future that we want knowing that we could like get a degree when we graduate high school, it like is a wonderful experience. >> mayor kenney says the program reinforces his belief that philadelphia students can succeed if they're given the resources that they need.
>> great program. time for a check of our "action news" traffic report monday night. >> take it live to matt pelman in the "action news" traffic center to see what's going on. how was your weekend, matt. >> weekend was a lot of fun, rick and monica. the afternoon commute not surprising something less than fun. these are the northbound lanes passing wissahickon avenue but the boulevard extension or schoolhouse lane are still better bets than lincoln drive this afternoon. have a bad crash there. they've been blocking most of the lanes for much of the afternoon there where the henry avenue bridge goes way up over top. so, again schoolhouse lane or the boulevard, think not lincoln drive as you come off the schuylkill and try and head home this afternoon. dealing with a rally by the criminal justice center so filbert street is mostly blocked off right now. i would just use market or race. stay away from filbert unless you're heading to that rally. in plymouth meeting a vehicle into a tree. you want to avoid germantown pike near butler pike. stay on ridge. that's your easy alternate around that. in mount laurel still have the
accident involving the vehicle and the train from earlier this afternoon along briggs road by rowan college. hartford road with its construction or centerton road could be alternates there. southampton municipal court in burlington county overturned vehicle near retreat road near 206. woodbine dennis township big crash along 47. we'll check it again rick and monica, coming up in the next half hour. >> thanks matt. >> thank you. if you have an e-z pass you need to watch tonight's "action news" investigation. it reveals how drivers may be paying more than expected at the tolls. chad pradelli has a preview. >> reporter: e-z pass is supposed to be quick convenient and cost effective but our investigation found that e-z pass is charging different amounts at the same tolls. >> consumers should know what they're paying and it should be noted quite clearly. >> reporter: where e-z pass is charging double sometimes triple the amount. >> usually a 50-cent toll. i was charged $1.45 sometimes and $1.55 other timessism
we'll show you where and -- we'll show you where and what e-z pass is doing. don't miss my special report e-z pass secrets. that's tonight on "action news" at 11:00. >> there's much more still ahead on "action news" monday night. a race against time in the middle east to find hundreds of people trapped under tons of rubble following a powerful earthquake there. >> touted as the fastest car off the line that general motors has ever built. what makes this chevy corvette so super. we'll tell when you "action news" comes right back.
>> an exhausting search goes on for people trapped in the rubble. more than 400 people injured and 7,000 injured in the 7.3 jolt most in iran. a woman and her baby were pulled from the ruin but treating the injured is difficult because two hospitals are damaged there. at least 70,000 people have been forced into shelters. >> president trump has announced new -- his new nominee to lead the department of health and human services tonight. alex azar who searched as deputy secretary under president bush. he's a critic of the affordable care act. if confirmed azar will replace
tom price who faced ethics accusations. >> health check tonight billionaire bill gates is joining the fight against alzheimer's disease. he is personally investing $50 million to help fund research. >> health reporter and registered nurse ali gorman joins us at the big board now with details. >> hi, guys. bill gates says the disease has affected men in his family and he knows firsthand how hard it is to watch someone you love struggle with the disease. he wrote this on his blog its a terrible disease that devastates both those who have it and their loved ones. he says his family history isn't the only reason for his support. he also believes the right scientific research can make a difference in preventing or managing alzheimer's. right now there is no cure for the disease. it robs people of their memory and mental capacity. alzheimer's disease affects about 5 million americans and that number is expected to grow. also today, ear infections are common especially this time of year in children six months old and up to school
age. now, typically a middle ear infection starts with a cold or a cough for three or four days and then it gets worse. most kids will have a fever be fussy or have trouble sleeping. >> kids who pull at their ear for a lot of different reasons and many times it's actually not an actual ear infection. it may be that they're teething and they're feeling the pain refer to their ears. it may be a behavioral thing and sometimes it certainly is an ear infection. >> for kids with persistent ear infections, ear tube surgery could be an option. and finally, going nuts with your diet could be a good thing. new research shows that people who eat nuts regularly a variety of nuts are less likely to develop heart disease. harvard scientists looked at the eating habits of more than 200,000 healthcare workers. those eating wall nuts once a week cut their heart risk by
21 percent compared top to people who never eat nuts. lovers of other tree nuts got a slightly bigger benefit up to 23 percent and for people who eat peanuts there was a 15 percent lower risk. now of course try not to overdo it. nuts are high in calories so you want to keep the portions small and also try to limit overly salted nuts. rick and monica. >> okay. >> thank you. so a handful is that about right. >> like 1 ounce. >> an ounce. thank you. >> not his size handful. >> our size handful. >> thank you ali. thank you monica. here at 6abc we're lending a hand to raise money to help our neighbors in need. join us wednesday for our annual holiday food drive phone bank. sarah bloomquist will be hosting the life event as volunteers and some special guests will be on the phones taking your donations from 4:00 until 6:30 p.m. for more information on how you can connect share give log onto our web site at 6abc.com.
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fuel standard a threatening refinery jobs. governor carney length his support at the rally this morning. >> these jobs are personal. they're about your families. they're about our communities. >> refinery owners want president trump to end the required purchase of biofuel credits under the renewable fuel standard. >> fasten your seat belts. general motors unveiled what may be the fastest powerful corvette ever. it's the corvette zr1. it has 755-horsepower, 6.2-liter super charged engine and can reach a top speed of 210 miles an hour. it's being called the super car and it comes at a super price though gm hasn't revealed the price tag yet. you can get it with either a seven speed manual transmission or eight speed automatic. monica, what do you think.
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>> time for a check of the accuweather forecast monday night. >> meteorologist cecily tynan is here to tell us when we can turn the faucet off. >> yes, we are drying things out tonight. >> good. >> we're warming things up tomorrow. >> oh. >> this is the worst day of the week. we've almost got through it. >> got it out of the way. >> let's head over to the "action news" weather center
live on sky6 taking a look at the center city skyline. what you can't really is the tops of the buildings because we still have those low clouds hanging aing around. visibilities really tell the story. philadelphia about 5 miles so we have some of those low clouds. the thickest fog currently in cape may, 3-mile visibility in dover, also 2-mile visibility and the temperatures another cool day. stuck in the 40's for afternoon highs since friday. 44 in philadelphia right now, allentown 47, trenton 46, cape may 45 and wilmington 44. the average high for this time of the year is 57 and we'll try to get up to that as we head through the next couple of days. storm tracker6 live double scan showing the steady showers from the morning, they have moved on. we just have that mist, that drizzle. as far as rainfall totals kind of a drop in the bucket. philadelphia and trenton about a quarter inch, reading a little bit less than that, .15, dover a third of an inch
and wildwood close to a half inch of rain. it all moved through early this morning. so, satellite and radar showing, again still some of those low clouds left over. they will be breaking as we head through the overnight hours. it's just gradual. so, tonight some early fog possible. then becoming partly cloudy. 34 degrees in philadelphia, little bit of a chill in the air. trenton 30. cape may 38. allentown 29. reading and lancaster down to 30 degrees. so, future tracker showing as we head through tonight, the low clouds and the fog will be breaking for some sunshine by 7 o'clock, more clouds up to the north but through the day tomorrow, we'll see a mixture of clouds and sunshine. so brighter than today and temperatures a little bit warmer. still a bit on the cool side. at 7 o'clock, 35, by 1 o'clock, 49. should manage to make it up into the low 50's so temperatures running about 66 degrees below normal. so, the five day at 5:00 mixture of clouds and sun, tonight. you'll see some sunshine tomorrow. 51 degrees. wednesday partly sunny 53. could have a shower wednesday
night and then thursday the winds of change. wind gusts up to about 35 miles per hour. it will be mild. 58 degrees but temperatures crash down to 50 degrees on friday with a good amount of sunshine and saturday for the temple game, unfortunately rain is developing, 57 degrees, so mild on saturday but a big cool down on sunday. adam will talk about that in the seven-day forecast. bit of a rollercoaster ride this week. >> that's fall. >> thank you cecily. >> much more ahead on "action news" president trump wrapping up his longest trip abroad since taking office. what he says to expect from him this coming wednesday. >> families of the victims of the sandy hook shooting say the manufacturers of the gun used in the massacre is responsible for the attack. >> more than 200 jobs are available at the philadelphia navy yard right now. look at who is hiring and what positions they want to fill. >> those stories and much more when "action news" comes right back. stay with us. >> ♪
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alabama senate candidate roy moore to step aside as another woman accused him today of sexual misconduct. why the man accused of shooting a pennsylvania state trooper may be moved to a different prison. plus, some big stars are turning heads in lehigh county. what they're doing there and how local businesses are benefiting. >> and now the details. our new developments in the race for alabama senate seat as the top republican in washington calls for gop candidate roy moore to drop out. moore has been accused of sexual misconduct with minors and today a new accuser is speaking out. abc's kenneth moton is live in washington, d.c. tonight with the full story. kenneth, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, rick. roy moore is being hit from all sides. this new accuser gave a emotional statement about her encounter with moore decades ago and the senate majority leader is already looking for another gop candidate in alabama. the fight for alabama senate seat, the most powerful republican in the senate calling on the gop candidate, roy moore, to quit the race
now. >> do you believe these allegations to be true. >> i believe the women, yes. >> reporter: the washington post reporting moore is accused of molesting a 14-year-old girl and dating teens while he was a district attorney nearly 40 years ago. >> to think that grown women would wait 40 years to come before -- right before an election to bring charges is absolutely unbelievable. >> reporter: moore defiant digging in and standing his ground but monday another accuser stepped forward to say moore sexually abused her when she was a minor. >> i was terrified. he was also trying to pull my shirt off. i thought that he was going to rape me. >> reporter: moore's campaign says he's innocent calling the accusations a witch hunt. more than 40 republican senators and the white house say moore should step aside if the allegations are true. >> we're looking at whether or not there is someone who can mount a write in campaign successfully.
>> reporter: moore fired back tweeting the person who should step aside is mitch mcconnell. he has failed conservatives and must be replaced #drain the swamp. in alabama many voters appear to be sticking with moore. >> if it was actually true then she should have come out a long time ago. >> reporter: to provide the proof, he promised to discredit his accusers despite pressure to delay the special election next month alabama's governor says the date will not be moved. reporting live in washington, kenneth moton channel6 "action news." >> kenneth thank you for that report. coming up on world news tonight with david muir we'll tell you what gop leaders are proposing to do if moore refuses to withdraw and actually wins. plus, the new charges announced in connection with the death of a penn state fraternity pledge. those stories and more coming up tonight at 6:30 right after "action news" at 6:00. >> president trump is wrapping up his tour of asia. he met with philippines
president rodrigo duterte. while there mr. trump met with the prime ministers of australia and japan. the president says he's made a lot of progress on trade and on north korea but he has not pointed to any specific commitments he's taking back to washington. however, he did tease a major announcement that he plans to make this wednesday. >> it will be a very -- very complete statement as to trade, as to north korea as to a lot of other things. >> president trump has another summit with world leaders tomorrow before heading back to washington. >> well, the families of victims of the sandy hook massacre are suing the gun manufacturer that makes the weapon that was used in the shootings. tomorrow lawyers for the families are ask the connecticut supreme court to reinstate the lawsuit which was already dismissed by a superior court judge because federal law protects firearms manufacturers and dealers from being held liable when crimes have been committed with their products. >> a large crowd has gathered in center city calling for a judge to recuse herself in the case against rapper meek mill. the action cam at a 1300 block
of filbert street right now where a rally in support of mill is taking place. mill was sentenced to prison last week for violating probation. the rapper's supporters say the judge has a history of personal bias and unethical behavior. more on their concerns and tonight's rally at 6:00. the man accused of shooting a state trooper during a traffic stop last week has been discharged from the hospital. daniel clary was discharged from lehigh valley hospital cedarcrest and taken to northampton county prison. however, "action news" has learned clary may be transported to a different prison because his father works there. clary is charged with shooting corporal seth kelly last tuesday in plainfield township. kelly remains in the hospital in stable condition tonight. >> a verizon store in philadelphia's manayunk neighborhood was targeted in an attempted burglary. they say a man broke into the store around 5:00 a.m. and attempted to open a safe but was not successful.
the suspect eventually gave up and ran away. investigators say he was wearing a red saint joe's university hawks hooded sweatshirt. anyone with information is asked top -- to contact police. one person injured in an early morning crash in olney. the driver lost control and crashed into a utility pole on the roosevelt boulevard near second street at about 4:30 this morning. at the time it's still unclear what caused the driver to lose control. the extent of the injuries is not known. >> the naval foundary propeller center at the philadelphia navy yard is looking to hire more than 200 employees next year. today they held a a career fair is the marriott. they focus on propeller remayors designs and manufacturing all to support the u.s. navy. the company is looking to hire mechanics engineers metal inspectors and information technology specialists. today's career fair ends at 7:00 p.m. septa update updated the
public on its plans to extend the norristown high speedline to king of prussia. they talk about how that area is not served by rail, only by bus. because of high traffic volume on the schuylkill expressway, the buses are often late so septa showed design options today for the proposed new service that was created with input from the community. residents who would be impacted by construction are invited to submit their comments to septa through december 4th. >> well, from tinseltown to allentown, some of hollywood's biggest names are in lehigh county these days and even stars need to eat which is exciting for local restaurants of course. "action news"'s walter perez spoke with the restaurant owners about their popular patrons. >> reporter: the only thing more exciting than a major motion picture being filmed in allentown is samuel l. jackson showing up at your restaurant. for the folks at queen city barbecue that has happened three times over the past few weeks. >> it's awesome to have someone as big as him come to this area and the fact that he's coming to all the local
restaurants and eating it's a pretty cool thing. >> reporter: but queen city barbecue is on the the only place where there's been sam jackson sightings. anjali corrado was the server when he arrived at grain restaurant on west hamilton street a few days ago. corrado says she was a bundle of nerves until she saw his t-shirt and started laughing. >> literally he had different characters of himself all over his shirt. pulp fiction, several different characters on his shirt of himself. >> reporter: that's really cool. >> yeah. that's funny. >> it was funny. >> reporter: jackson is here in the lehigh valley along with bruce willis and james mcavoy shooting m. night shyamalan's upcoming movie called glass its a third installment of a trilogy that started with unbreakable back in 2000 and then last year's box office hit split. filming for glass is taking place at the old abandoned allentown state psychiatric hospital on hanover avenue. so far, willis and mcavoy sightings have been rare but those who have seen sam jackson say he is charming and down to earth.
>> every time he comes in, he always had like a smile on his face when he walks in and he seems pretty casual and cool when he talks to people. he's never shunned anyone away or anything like that. >> the restaurants around here, fun. >> reporter: now filming here in allentown began on october 30th. they wrap up this coming friday. m. night shyamalan's movie glass hits theaters in early 2019. reporting from allentown, walter perez channel6 "action news." >> wouldn't that be a thrill. >> cool. >> time to check the conditions on the roads out there, see if they've improved. >> matt pelman seems to have a sixth sense about these traffic situations tonight. >> i wonder if sam jackson has tried to drive on the schuylkill. we've got big delays on 76 this evening rick and monica. eastbound side, yeah, we're in the red zone with a travel time that is double what it ideally should be but i guess the good news is no accidents, just a lot of volume trying to head eastbound hereby conshohocken. maybe into that janet jackson
concert in south philadelphia this evening. and warning for you if you drive this stretch of the westbound schuylkill. they're closing the 23 conshohocken off ramp during the overnights this week starting at 9 o'clock. still watching that crash involving a vehicle into the tree in plymouth meeting along germantown pike. just stay down on ridge pike as a better bet. on the big picture delays on 95, have that meek mill rally going on in center city in front of the criminal justice center. so, filbert street is blocked off. race or market would be alternates. and double trouble in hamilton township mercer county. there's a crash on 195 eastbound and one on 295 southbound, both block the left lane so some single digit speeds. 130 the new jersey turnpike could be better bets. down in woodbine we had a crash along 47. it cleared out but still a little bit sluggish there in cape may county. rick and monica, back over to you. >> thanks again matt. >> thank you. >> much more still ahead on "action news" monday night. two years after attacks in france killed more than a hundred people how the country
honored the victims and showed resilience today. >> and is wearing a politically themed t-shirt to a polling place unconstitutional? the case that the supreme court is now considering. >> and meteorologist adam joseph tracking the latest in our "action news" weather center tonight. >> going to get better than today. the chill, the clouds and some of that rain. as we take a look at the temperatures today compared to normal, way below it. we're 45 for a high. the normal is 57 degrees but we'll get that this week. i'll let you know when in the seven-day forecast. >> sounds good. jaime apody with how the eagles spent their bye week. that ahead in sports. >> head a good -- they had a good sunday, didn't even play. [laughter]
>> emotional ceremonies held today throughout paris. it marks two years since isis militants launched the deadliest attack on french soil since world two. the u.s. rock group eagles of death metal were performing during that attack. today the group gave a surprise performance in paris during which the lead singer jessie hughes was brought to tears. >> former nfl quarterback colin kaepernick was named gq
magazine's citizen of the year. kaepernick is on the cover of the magazine's men of the year issue. the editors wrote his act of kneeling earned him the honor. kaepernick filed a grievance against nfl owners accusing them of colluding to keep him out of the league. >> eagles fans may not have known what to do with themselves this weekend with the team having a bye. but they now face the cowboys time to get moving. >> it was weird. >> yeah. >> eight and one birds back after the bye and now it's dallas week, folks. it was no fun having no football to watch yesterday. philly's fans watched the cowboys get crushed. many of the birds told me they couldn't help watching the game from the comfort of their own couch. >> yeah, i d-i watched it.
watched it a little bit of it. kind of like the first part. i been playing them twice a year since i've been here so i kind of kind of familiar with what they do. that's the good part about it. i know they lost the game and they'll come out ready to roll on sunday. >> did you watch the game yesterday 'cause yesterday was not hot for them. >> yeah, i watched it. >> what do you think. >> i think we need to watch it more and try to take some tips from those guys. [laughter] >> all smiles all over the locker room today especially tim jernigan who has 48 million reasons to say cheese after signing a new four year contract. his teammates asking can him for a loan. >> how was that reception hm. >> man, that's been all day, man. that's been all day, man. we've got a great group of guys here and that's -- you know, the main reason why i'm here you know what i mean, great people like fletcher and chris. >> how happy are you for your locker mate here? you guys
were giving him the treatment. [laughter] >> that boy he deserve it. he worked hard this off season >> that was fletcher cox. these guys having way too much fun but that's what happens when you have the best record in the nfl. still atop. nfc at eight and one. saints have won seven straight. the birds play the rams in a few weeks. the quest for that first round bye under way. sixers will try to hand the clippers their sixth straight loss. flyers hope to get nolan patrick back. tomorrow they'll face minnesota in saint paul. they just lost to the wild one-nothing on saturday here in philadelphia. isn't that a little weird to play a team two games in a row? >> yeah its a little weird especially western conference teams like we made a lot of western teams already and, you know, it doesn't really matter i mean we got to be ready for it. we didn't get the job done at
home and i think our guys are going to be really hungry going in there. i know i am to take back the point they stole from us. >> tomorrow will be one week since the shocking news that roy halladay was killed in a plane crash. the phillies and all of baseball will celebrate his life in a service in clearwater, florida, tomorrow on hand will be many former teammates and our jeff skversky look for his live reports beginning tomorrow on "action news" at noon. >> okay. >> that should be a very emotional day tomorrow. >> yeah. thank you jamie. >> quick break. more news when we come right back. stay with us. >> ♪ before we start, i just want to say if anyone still doesn't have fios, please stay out of the way so your lag doesn't get us all killed, ben. what's so good about fios anyway? uh. what's so great about a 100% fiber-optic network that makes your gaming system actually work awesomely? hey. did you take out the trash? haha, garbage boy! dad, i already took out ben.
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>> the supreme court will consider whether it is illegal to wear political apparel at polling places. a minnesota law bans voters from wearing political badges buttons and other insignia at polls. lawyers for the state say speech restrictions inside polling places are legal as long as they are viewpoint neutral. >> mondays are hard enough. now you add in crummy weather which was predicted. >> but tomorrow -- >> tomorrow much better. >> okay. >> kind of wanted to sleep through today. >> i did that already. >> did you? [laughter] >> rick, are you awake. >> oh, hi, adam, how are you. [laughter] >> take a look at the weather center right now.
not much to change as we go into the monday evening hours. staying on that very cold kind of raw drizzly side to the forecast as we look live on sky6 at city hall at the rothman ice rink there at dillworth park down in the city. we see a few folks out there enjoying this night appropriately so, a little bit on the chilly side. need the gloves, the scarves if you're going to be out there this evening because those temperatures only in the mid 40's. you throw in that low level moisture on the form of some of that drizzle so it's kind of a nasty monday evening. 46 in trenton, 47 allentown, 43 in dover. cape may at 45 degrees. and as we press forward through the overnight hours and during the middle part of tomorrow morning, you can see temperatures do dip well into the 30's for center city as we go dear into the overnight hours. first thing tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m., right around 36 degrees, staying there for an hour or so and then by 10 o'clock in the morning, back up to 40. in the suburbs it actually will go down into the 20's overnight tonight. as we look at satellite and radar, that system moving into
new england that brought about quarter of an inch of rain for most of us here this morning. now working its way into northern new england, even central and northern new england seeing snow out of this system but behind it, note this very little happening all the way back to the rockies so at least we'll improve this forecast as we move forward through the rest of the week. clouds backaching up -- breaking up but not until very late. areas of fog sticking around. 29 for the suburbs, 34 for center city. as we go into our tuesday, we'll brighten it up pretty quickly here in the morning and that will linger into the afternoon with some clouds and as we look at hour by hour temperature-wise, again, cold for the morning commute. lunchtime not bad, already in the upper 40's to near 50 degrees and hovering around 52, 3 o'clock in the afternoon, going back into the 40's. 50's with sun after four days with highs only in the 40's will feel pretty good. in fact 50 for reading tomorrow, same for
downingtown, not as cool as it was today and again much brighter. right about 50 degrees here for philadelphia, glassboro, berlin at 52 degrees. wilmington also 52. it is 6 degrees below average but again, we'll take any degree above where we have been the last few days and near 50, 51 degrees for the shore. millville 53. with a light wind out of the north between four on 8 miles an hour. the exclusive accuweather 7-day forecast, 51 tomorrow, clouds and sun. looking good wednesday, partly sunny, 53. sun comes in on wednesday night, early thursday, maybe quick shower early thursday morning. the flavor of thursday will be windy. you can see and winds gusting over 30 miles an hour in the afternoon but with a milder high of 58 degrees, we start to cool back down on friday but bright at 50 and then rain likely on saturday at 57 degrees and that will set up for a blustery cooler but nice finish to the weekend, 48 for the philadelphia marathon and then monday a little bit on the cold side, 45 with sun and clouds and the big storms
over the next seven days and no huge changes in temperature. >> thank you sir. >> thank you adam. >> meantime taylor swift announced the first round of dates for her reputation stadium tour. the singer scheduled to perform in philadelphia at lincoln financial field saturday july 14. tickets go on sale december 13th. swift's sixth album reputation sold more than 700,000 copies when it was released last friday. and sold more copies on that one day than any other album sold in an entire week so far this year.
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approvals come out late january or early february. >> and right now jim gardner and the "action news" team standing by with these stories and more at 6:00. new charges filed in the penn state hazing case after investigators recover video from the basement. >> also we'll take you to the philadelphia school area where students are earning an associate's degree right along with their high school diplomas. those stories and more coming your way at 6:00 for adam joseph jaime apody, rick williams, i'm monica malpass. have a great night. >> good night.
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>> with ducis rodgers, meteorologist cecily tynan and jim gardner. >> ♪ >> monday night, lawmakers talk tax reform in new jersey and jurors in the senator bob menendez case tell the judge they are deadlocked. but the big story on "action news" tonight is a slew of new charges in the penn state fraternity hazing death scandal. the new charges are based on video that officials say was purposely erased from a surveillance camera set up at beta theta pi but restored by the fbi. "action news" reporter bob brooks has the story. >> reporter: holding each other close the parents of tim piazza looked out to a room, their fight to get full justice for their son. 12 new beta theta pi fraternity members now face charges after officials say deleted security video has been recovered.
according to jim piazza, it's further proof of an attempted coverup. >> we don't know what else happened other than what was seen during the video and we don't know what happened in the basement. guess what, guys, now we know. >> reporter: centre county d.a. stacy parks miller says the discoveries solidifies an extreme night of hazing those that piazza simply wanted to befriend. >> shows hazing of the pledges. >> reporter:. >> reporter: the d.a. says five committed involuntary manslaughter. >> we sent it to the fbi for re-creation. they confirmed it was deleted. we were able to narrow down the time and date it was deleted and in fact mr. becker we were able to place him behind the seat of the chair. she says what's astonishing is he did it during an active