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it's sunday november 26th. gray's off. tamala edwards joins us. one man is fighting for his life. another is in police custody. authorities say this is due is to a fight over double-parking that ended in a stabbing. >> over the hills and through the woods all the way back home. today will be one of the busiest travel days of the year as
everyone comes back from the holiday. >> plus looking to tame those bears. the eagles are hoping to make it 10 and 1 at the linc this afternoon. chris sowers joins us with the forecast how is it looking? >> much better it's a little chilly with the breeze blowing. 46 degrees in philadelphia and allentown. remember this same time yesterday a lot of these locations were down into the mid 20s. so it's a lot warmer out there. the big difference is we have that breeze out of the west northwest. satellite 6 along with action radar quiet across the mid atlantic states and most of the northeast and the entire country looking really nice this sunday morning. it should be a nice quiet weather pattern through the workweek. a couple of mid level clouds this morning, other wise mostly sunny by the afternoon. high temperatures holding stead any the 40s.
by 2:00, 49, at that much we'll camp out there. chilly breeze blowing so these upper 40s will feel like the upper 30s to low 40s. then it turns really, really mild this week. we have three straight days coming up in the forecast where we could actually hit 0 degrees. i'll be back with just a few details in the accuweather 7-day forecast. >> a man is clinging life after he was attacked in the spring garden section. he and another man argued after the victim double parked overnight. the suspect allegedly pulled out a knife and stabbed the victim in the chest. two police officers were getting gas a block away and heard the man scream. they ran over and took the suspect into custody. the victim was taken to the hospital in critical condition. also new this morning, philadelphia police are looking for suspects after a man was shot in the head several times. the man was shot while sitting
in his car on the 4800 block of north 15th street at about midnight. officers say he managed to crawl about a block in an effort to seek help. the victim was rushed to einstein medical center in critical condition. >> this morning the investigation goes on into the deaths of a man and woman on a busy section of i-95 in bucks county. the woman was 32 years old and the man was 60. >> they were found dead in the northbound lanes of 95. >> reporter: state police say there is no danger to the public and they are not looking for a shooter. however they say they are looking for any witnesses who saw what happened out here saturday evening. a man and woman found dead on the on-ramp to 95 northbound. both suffered gunshot wounds and were found laying close together and found a gun nearby. a 911 call reporting a woman seen running down an access road brought a trooper to the scene in minutes. when he arrived just 5:00 p.m.
the silver suv was left with a door open on the other side of the concrete barrier on 95 northbound. the crime scene is on the on-ramp. the pennsylvania state police crime scene unit took photo evidence of the scene. troopers focused their attention down the highway looking for evidence along the concrete barrier. traffic until the crews wrapped up. at this point state police have not identified the two people that were found. annie mccormick, channel 6 action news. >> an investigation continues this morning in trenton new jersey where police officers were forced to open fire wounding a man. this was the scene on the 100 block of pennington avenue. an officer discovered one of the men had a handgun in his
waistband. there's no word on the suspect's condition. >> now today will be marked my bumper-to-bumper traffic on the roads and long lines at airports and train stations as people head back home after the thanksgiving holiday. >> this year a record number of people traveled for the holiday so if you are planning to head out today, you would better pack your patience. the action cam is live at philadelphia airport, it looks like things are going smootsly. there will be more people than usual, you will want to give yourself extra time to get through security. also if you're flying ahead, definitely call ahead to check on the status of your flight. >> tomorrow people will look like they're be working but they'll probably be busy shopping. a record number of people are expected to shop on cyber monday. experts warn it's also prime time for scammers.
keep an eye out for fake apps designed to steal your personal information and this is something i just learned, make sure you use a website with a valid htts connection. make sure it has a lock symbol. >> many shoppers got out on a beautiful saturday to do their local shopping in mom and pop stores. >> reporter: the holiday spirit was alive and well, that's where we began our day. santa claus was greeting children, the chorus was out carolling and giving out hugs. tt festivities and good spirit all part of small business saturday and our first stop was inside the happy hippo toy
store. >> we've been here for 38 years. so we must be doing something right. >> reporter: the store manager says it's days like these that keep them going. >> we know most of the kids in town and we know a lot of the parents and we have second generation shopping here now. >> reporter: clearly the kids love it letting us demonstrate what they bought. >> reporter: that was cool, huh? >> reporter: more of the hufsle and bustle. >> i think we find a lot more quality presents, a lot more personal presents and they have some funny things. >> reporter: a little bit the business kind of breaks makes or breaks the year. we do the most sales today. it's the kick-off for the season. >> reporter: even the mayor got in on the action. we got him shopping around on
west philadelphia. >> small businesses are what matters in our city. >> reporter: we head things back out and on top of the singing, shopping and even horse and buggy rides, santa claus has a message. >> be good, be good to each other. >> reporter: you can see we had a great time. we wish everyone a happy holiday season, and don't forget, shop local. bob brooks, channel 6 action news. >> many things i love about that story but especially bob brooks giving out those hugs. it did appear that people did in fact shopped until they dropped in thanksgiving and friday especially online. internet sales surged to new highs. retailers raked in a record $7.9 billion. that's up nearly 18% over last year. cyber monday is expected to set a new record as well. >> could the eagles be waking into a bear trap? technically the birds are the best team in football and they
have the home field advantage and they're facing one of the worst teams which is why it's important they don't make assumptions or get to cocky. eagles head coach has been drilling into his players the fact they have not clinched anything yet. he's telling them they have to keep winning to lock up their division and their playoff prize, home field advantage. you can't ignore this, the eagles are 14-point favorites in today's match-ups. i personally would like to see a blowout. >> i'm with you. we want another game like the cowboys. still ahead on action news, celebrating the start of the holiday seasons with a parade. alicia vitarelli joins members. >> washington state watch their homes sit on the side of a river
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a shed collapsed along the river and some homes have lost as much as 200 feet of property. >> he's got less than 10 feet there in the corner of his foundation. you can hear the ground behind me basically sloughing off and it's nerve wracking. >> that's frightening to just imagine. they have called the army corps of engineers only to be told there's nothing that can be done until there's a threat to critical infrastructure until the town's water system, but if that was my home i would say that's critical. >> it has been a beautiful weekend. we were in new hope yesterday and had the loveliest day. >> i was driving through my brother's neighborhood and everybody was putting out the christmas lights. it's going to be a little different today. let's start you out with the eagles forecast taking on the chicago bears, the struggling chicago bears. it's going to be breezy from time to time. that will really be the only
issue. let's hope this game doesn't come down to a field goal because winds could gust from 20-30 miles per hour. wind chills will be into the upper 30s. 38 degrees, by 4:00 getting into the fourth quarter we're looking at mostly sunny skies and temperatures just under 50. we'll say 49 or so. right now we're sitting at a chilly 49 degrees. the number itself is actually a good 10 to 12 degrees warmer than where we were yesterday at this time. but when you're factoring in the breeze, westerly winds 12 miles per hour, gusting to 25 miles per hour, all of a sudden that 46 feels more like the 30s. your dew point is 31, pressure reading rising. 29.94 inches. again these numbers are quite a bit milder than where we were the same time yesterday but the problem is with the wind blowing it feels chilly. in philadelphia, 43 in millville, and 43 in lancaster.
the front that came through overnight is long gone. it's well out to sea what you're looking at here just a couple of instability clouds. we'll see a few high to mid level clouds this morning and it's pretty much full sunshine later this afternoon which is high pressure situated right about there begins to take over the weather pattern. it's a slow mover, once the high is in place it's going to set up shop for the week. if you're traveling out philadelphia international today, there's no weather issues out there until you get all the way out west. once you hit the west coast, the pacific northwest, there's going to be some rain, some wind all kinds of weather. but everybody else across the lower 48 looking pretty good. travel delays you don't see any across the atlantic this morning and it's nice and quiet across most of the lower 48. getting back home we're looking at mainly sunny conditions later this afternoon with a chilly breeze blowing, just a couple of
puffy cumulus clouds from time to time. 4:00, same thing and overnight mainly clear conditions, it's quiet those breezes begin to die down. tomorrow morning looking pretty nice, perhaps a few high thin clouds north of the pennsylvania turnpike, that's about it and throughout the afternoon just like we'll experience today it's pretty much full sunshine t for this afternoon let's say he mostly sunny skies a couple of clouds this morning, sunshine this afternoon, wind chills are in the 30s. winds out of the northwest 10-20 miles per hour but there could be gusts as high as 30 miles per hour especially early on. again, lots of sunshine here. 46 degrees by 10:00, by lunchtime 48, and the numberers cam out around 50 in the afternoon. 31 degrees outlying suburbs, 36 for center city. the exclusive accuweather 7-day
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there, the christmas tree at city hall, bright and beautiful everywhere you look people are putting up the lights. we're getting into the holiday season. 6:24 and 46 degrees right now. >> the eagles are looking to keep their winning streak alive as they face the bears this afternoon. >> the sixers find a little magic. here's jeff skversky with all your sunday morning sports. >> is this a bear trap? eagles are the best team in football facing one of the worst teams, not to mention the eagles are 14-point favorites against the chicago bears today at home. >> it's good but at the end of the day we've got to play hard this sunday because you've it's a home game. >> the thing for us it's not something we've done so well staying in the moment, winning in the moment, winning in the
week. it's what we do. every practice, every rep guys are going all out, guys are locked in focus and i don't think we have the guys that are going to let any of that slip away. >> carson wentz with the most passes for touchdowns in football. joel embiid was sick and laying in bed all day until game time plus ben sim onds out, they end up shining. embiid looking good despite that cold. 1 plus 1. plus the process. nobody is sharper than sharp shooter jj reddick breaking the record. he puts up 29 as most as a sixer. things are looking up. sixers win by 19.
130-111. it's the most points in 23 years in regulation. they've won 10 of 13. the fans love it. >> this building is wild. how about our fans? are you kidding me? and i can't even at times talk to my coaching staff and they're a foot from me. it's fantastic. what a great thing for our city. >> it's finally turning around. it might be too little too late to play for a national championship, but wow, penn state pounding teams down the stretch. they've won three straight and more than 100 points. getting the guys fired up for maryland, whatever he says lights a fire. they score their most points in 23 years. tommy stevens a backup quarterback runs for 113 yards. he also throws for another. penn state on the board. it's their first of many. how about this?
one handed. they're up 52-0 at one point. penn state wins 66-3. they finish with back-to-back 10 seasons wins in eight years. temple in tulsa man's best friend on this day, not goldy. it is frank. hangs on 28 yards. temple takes the lead. they never look back. in the second how about armstead, the millville native, bounces off a guy and in. 43-22 the final. they are bowl eligible for a record fourth straight season. that is sports. i'm jeff skversky. have a great day. >> 6:27 on this sunday morning. the city of wilmington celebrated the holiday season with its annual christmas parade. this is the 54th year for the
parade hosted by the jaycees. our very own alicia vitarelli took part. she was on a float with her old friend tigger. the parade route was designed to pass local businesses for small business saturday. >> i love the parades in the community. you see people you know, the kids love it, you can get up close. beautiful job. it is 6:28. we have so much more ahead. >> we'll be right back.
utility poles in south jersey causing a hazmat situation along a busy road. >> the deadliest terror attack in egyptian history. the later on the massacre. >> weather will once again prevail but it is shortlived as we head into december. meteorologist chris sowers joins us now with a lot of travelers and tailgaters today. >> it looks quiet we're not expecting weather out there across the lower 48 until you get out to the pacific northwest. everybody else looking okay. the only thing we're dealing with here in the mid atlantic and northeast states this morning is a gusty breeze. temperatures are warmer than they were the same time yesterday but when you factor in
the 20-breeze, wind chills for the most part upper 30s to low 40s. except the poconos where you're sitting at a wind chill of 25 degrees. so a bit nippy up there. satellite 6 along with action radar oo we have a front that came through sitting off the coast. now we're seeing winds on the back side out of the west northwest just howling again 10-20 miles per hour. all the football games across the northeast look okay. patriots game at gillette stadium is fine, just a little bit breezy. jets are taking on the panther and of course the eagles are taking on, um, who are we playing again? the bears. the weather for that looks all right as well. just a little bit breezy. forecast for today we're looking at a combination of sun and
clouds this morning, mostly sunny by afternoon. breezy with the wind it will feel like the upper 30s. >> all right chris, thank you. now that everyone has had their fill of turkey and gotten into shopping. the lines are growing at the airport and it will be crowded this morning as people begin to return home after the long holiday weekend. the sunday following thanksgiving is traditionally one of the busiest travel days of the entire year. so if you are planning to travel today, be sure to pack a little extra patience. and if you're planning to travel by train, you'll definitely need to be patient and arrive early. amtrak officials tell us they expect the stations to be extremely busy all day today. they say 750,000 passengers traveled on the rails last year and officials at 30 street station say they expect to be as busy as last year, if not even busier. >> in egypt the victims of the deadliest terror attack the country has ever seen have been
buried. this comes amid strong reaction to the attack. an imam is describing the moment of terror. linda lopez has the detail. >> reporter: so many graves and there will be so many more for the over 300 victims including 27 children in the horrifying terrorist attack on an egyptian mosque. the surviving imam recounting the moment the slaughter began. saying i heard what sounded like an explosion outside the mosque and some people came inside firing. survivors say at least two dozen militants carrying isis flags surrounded the mosque hurling explosives into the mosque and firing at everybody trying to escape through doors and windows. then they stepped inside shooting anybody who was still alive. they even shot at arriving
ambulances. no group had claimed responsibilities but the islamic state is expected. those worshipping may have followed. >> connected to the shooting we had recently, people who are worshipping killing them doesn't make any point. i feel really sad. >> egypt's military now retaliating. their air force striking hideouts and bases in the sinai peninsula. >> an accident in south jersey has brought down two utility poles and caused a hazmat situation. police say a woman slammed into two utility poles. those poles had transformers attached. one of them began to leak fluid which caused the hazmat situation. pse&g crews are surveying the
damage. the woman suffered minor injuries. >> philadelphia police are still trying to get answers on a shooting that put two men in a hospital. action news was on the scene along the 900 block of west huntington street in philadelphia. this is where two men in their 40s were shot at 4:00 in the afternoon yesterday. a dark colored porsche stopped and someone got out and fired. >> the action cam was also on the scene of a shooting in philadelphia's strawberry mansion section where a man was shot on the neck. police say the 32-year-old victim was taken to the hospital in critical condition. so far there are no suspects or motives in that shooting. >> delaware state police are mourning one of their own. suggested rodney bond junior died unexpectedly on friday. no official cause of death has been revealed but lighthouse baptist church of delaware says
on its facebook page says that he suffered a heart attack while running with his son. he was only 40 years old. may he rest in peace. >> and a grieving mother is hoping someone will come forward with information about her son's killer. >> luke williams has details. >> reporter: valerie louis brown says her son did make some poor choices during his short life. >> he was trying to get back on the right track and find his way in life. >> reporter: on thursday june 1st, the 34-year-old was in the sterberry mansion section. it was just after 4:30 in the afternoon. >> people that were out there. they told me to come and a guy name toodles had words. i don't know what it was about. but after they had words, they shook hands. >> reporter: brown believes her son thought that was that. but then the unthinkable happened. >> my soon turned to wake away, the guy who was standing next to
toodles shot him in the back. >> reporter: louis was rushed to the hospital where he died an hour later. the city of philadelphia is offering a reward of up to $20,000 for information that leads to the rest and conviction of the person responsible. all you have to do is call 215-546-tips. all calls will remain anonymous. for brown she hopes louis's 5-year-old daughter will remember him. >> i just want her to keep him alive in her memory so she won't forget her dad. >> reporter: i'm rick williams, channel 6 action news. >> 6:37 on this sunday morning. an award winning author and professor at the university of virginia now faces sexual harassment accusations from former students. two former graduate students against the school against john. he won the national book award in 1989.
officials with the university of virginia say they are investigating the accusations. >> the growing confusion who will be leading the top watchdog agency. the successor making her the acting director. president trump also named his own interim chief. which leads to the question, who will be in charge when employees show up for work on monday. president trump tweeted about the leadership confusion saying quote the consumer financial protection bureau has been a total disaster as run by the previous administration's pick. financial institutions have been devastated and unable to properly serve the public. we will bring it back to life. the president will ultimately nominate a permanent director who will need to be confirmed by the senate. >> next on action news, a fundraising campaigntor a local homeless man keeps growing and
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erupted. it started spewing ash about half mile into the air. villages are coated in a thin layer of ash. the island's main airport is operating, but some airlines have canceled or diverted flights. >> now it's time to turn to chris sowers. yesterday was wonderful if you wanted to be outside. today people will be tailgating. want to put up decoration. >> yesterday you probably could have gotten away with a t-shirt. today you will need something a bit more than that. you're probably going to need at fleece or at least a light coat. with the wind it will feel like 39, 40. it's going to be a cooler day. as we look live on sky 6 looking over the commodore barry bridge, it's a beautiful morning. it's really, really quiet. 49 degrees again is today's forecasted high temperature. the normal is 52. yesterday we topped out right around 60 degrees.
you can see the difference. 44 is the present temperature reading and when you stack that up against the normal it's quite a bit milder. the normal low for this time of the year is 36. widespread 40s to the west, everybody was down into the upper 20s the same time yesterday. it's quite a bit uwing and browns mills 39, and cape may 49 degrees. satellite 6 along with action radar, the only issue we'll see across the mid atlantic states in the northeast today will be the gusty winds, otherwise it's just a combination of sun and clouds. as we showed you earlier, if you're flying out of the philadelphia, there's no weather to speak of as you get out into the pacific northwest. we have this plume of moisture coming in off the pacific. otherwise it's really quiet across the lower 48 and it's
chilly across the northern tier states. freezing in bismarck, a little bit milder across the gulf coast states. 53 in jacksonville. here's that plume of moisture, right now it's running just north of los angeles right over northern california through oakland and san francisco and this will lift north during the course of the day. places like seattle and portland are going to get wet. even that doesn't look too terribly bad. there could be a couple of delays but that would be about it. back home we're looking at mostly sunny skies with a couple of clouds mixed in later this afternoon. by 4:30 the models not picking up much of anything at all. mainly clear overnight tonight, tomorrow morning looks really nice. mostly sunny skies, chilly though. temperatures down into the 30s and by afternoon nice and smooth, high temperatures close to 52 degrees for tomorrow and
wall-to-wall blue skies. the only issue today will be the winds gusty during the morning hours up until about 2:00 this afternoon. sustained winds 10-20 miles per hour. those winds begin to subside as we get closer to sunset. 5:00, only 10 mile per hour wind speeds and by 7:00, we're down to 9 miles per hour. so for today, numbers aren't too terribly bad but the wind will make it colder. 49 in philadelphia, 47 in reading. the low 50s across south jersey and delaware. 47 out there in lancaster. overnight tonight it's chilly but certainly nothing too terribly cold. 32 freezing mark in reading. 36 in philadelphia, 33 in millville and closer to 40 right there on the coast for places like cape may, wild wootd and atlantic city. easy as she goes, not much to talk about here. 49 degrees, breezy and cooler today. wind chills in the unner 30s,
low 40s. mostly sunny for tomorrow, tuesday sunny and mild 57. south jersey you're getting closer to 60. wednesday philadelphia hitting 60 mostly sunny skies and thursday we'll see the clouds increase ahead of the next system that arrives on friday with some rain and a high of 50 degrees. so that is a nice 7-day forecast. >> thank you. some adorable cats and dogs are looking for their forever home thiseason. they are available for new loving homes. give them a chance. really?
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the 27-year-old is now in the hospital and lachey is calling for justice. police say the shooter was yelling at the woman while she was walking across a roadway and when she approached his vehicle, he shot her and took off. a 15-year-old from florida who is suspected of killing his grandmother has been caught at the canadian border. logan mott was arrested friday night near buffalo. the father found the family home ransacked and police later discovered the grandmother's body in a shallow grave in the home's backyard. >> argentina's navy insists this morning that a missing submarine was in good condition. a spokesman says it had passed a routine check just two days before it set sail. meanwhile a near weejian ship is joining for the search. the arge teenian subvanished 10 days ago with 44 crew members on
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up to 30% off! that's big! blinds to go. blinds for life. >> welcome back, everyone. 6:53 on this sunday morning. you just saw that live shot there. the philadelphia center city skyline. we have a couple of clouds but those high, thin clouds should begin to clear out later this afternoon. 52 degrees down to the jersey shore, it's windy, philadelphia 49, breezy and chilly wind chills in the 30s and for the poconos, speaking of 30s you're actual air temperatures aren't getting out of the 30s today. 37 colder and breezy. across the mid atlantic states, 32 in pittsburgh, charleston 45, dc 48, richmond 35 degrees. as we flip it over to satellite 6 along with action radar, if you're traveling today there's not much to talk about.
the only issue is really the winds that will be gusting out from the 95 corridor from boston down to dc. we could see gusts as high as 30 miles per hour. outside of that we're looking at a combination of sun and clouds. the travel report, if you're traveling along i-95 northbound into new york city it looks okay. southbound along i-95 through dc and baltimore, everything looks all right. and if you're heading north up to scranton, everything looks nice and clear. windy, that will be the key word this afternoon. >> a teenaged girl is making teddy bears that are dressed in the uniforms of fallen police officers. the families of fallen new york city officers received the bears at a special ceremony. the creator of the bears is the daughter of a florida police sergeant. at first some families had concerns about giving her uniforms but not anymore. >> in memory of mark.
mark loved this job so much so that's something that we can remember him by every day. it's really special. >> there's no changing what happened but i can always try to make it better. so that's why i do it. >> megan with the help of her mother and grandmother has made more than 230 of the bears. >> really nice of her. and big news for temple university this past week. a student has learned he is the first recipient of a scholarship and he's a native of north philadelphia. >> he grew up just blocks from temple and admits he didn't have the grades to become an owl let alone dream of attending oxford university. now he has both. >> i didn't think something like this would happen to me. >> reporter: but it did. hazim became the first student from the school to become a road scholar. >> i'm the first in my family to
go to cot edge. i think i'm only the second generation literate in my family. so the trajectory has been incredible and unconceivable in many ways. i am confident in myself but things like this weren't in my radar. >> raised by a single mother he grew up at 23rd and diamond a product of philadelphia public schools he admits he struggled in high school and didn't have the grades made it to temple instead got an associates degree before trflg and becoming an owl. >> would you do anything differently looking back? >> i think in everything there's a lesson. that just motivated me to go even harder. for me it's really crystallized the fact that outcomes aren't necessarily about ability. >> reporter: meaning it's not about what you know, but it's also about your drive that will ultimately get you to your end game. >> i'm no more exceptional than anybody that's in my neighborhood. i've just been granted some
opportunities that aren't always granted to people who look like me and come from places where i come from. this is possible for anybody. i truly believe that. >> reporter: he plans to attend oxford next fall and go on to get his ph.d. and he says if the opportunity presents itself he would love to come back here to temple and teach. >> seems like an all-around great guy. this story em bodies the true meaning of the season. a go fund me account to help a homeless man who selflessly helped a woman on the road continue to grow. this is johnny and kate. they say they are overwhelmed by the public support to help bobbit get his life on track. all of the collected items will be donated to help other homeless men. ever since the world learned he
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. >> good morning, it's 7:00 on this sunday, november 26th. gray is off. tamala edwards joins us. here's a look at what's happening at this hour. one man is fighting for his life another is in police custody. authorities say this is due to a fight over a double-parking that ended in a stabbing. >> over the hills and through the woods all the way back home. today will be one of the busiest travel days of the year. >> plus looking to tame those bears, the eagles are hoping to make it 10