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( ♪ ) >> ♪ ♪ >> delaware valley's leading news program, with jim gardner. ♪ >> it is monday night. the big story on "action news" tonight is homeless homicide on
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the streets of philadelphia. we have learned tonight that a 57-year-old homeless man died this morning after being assaulted by teenagers. "action news" reporter christie ileto was live at police headquarters. you have the full story. >> that's right, jim. we have learned there could be other teens involved in the attack. residents say the homeless man was walking down the street minding his own business when he became an easy target. >> we seen him go by and run after him. >> wanting to remain anonymous, this man's home surveillance camera caught the moments before teens beat to death a homeless man. following him and bludgeoning him. >> he hit the man's head against
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the wall so hard i felt it on the second floor. >> when she ran out to help, the man's pockets were turned inside out and the teens were running down the street saying, we got 'em. >> two teens were arrested after a neighbor recovered one of the teen's cellphones and are looking for the others. >> the violence has residents rattled, saying this isn't the first by the group of teens, and fear it won't be the last. >> they are planning to have a vigil for this man later this week. police have not identified the other teens, so if you have information police contact them. >> in upper darby, a 75-year-old
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man was the target of a vicious attack. police are looking for the robber who beat the senior citizen on the unit block 2:30 yesterday afternoon and broke his hip. >> he was attacked by a male, knock toed thknocked to the grod on and the bad guy goes into his pocket and takes out a hundred dollars and cellphone. >> the victim was returning home from his daily three mile walk. police are hoping to find surveillance video or wait for a witness to come forward. >> an investigation is under way after a pedestrian was struck by a car in tre trevos. the victim was hit right outside
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of the trevos building. >> chopper 6 in upper providence tonight. firefighters were handling the smoky scene on hunt club lane. the fire erupted 7:45. authorities have not the courtroomed how it started. meanwhile, one person was seriously injure yoed in the cif cacamden. when firefighters arrived, they found the victim inside with severe burns. there is no word yet on a cause. a philadelphia grandmother whose grandchild shot herself this weekend is now facing charges of child endangerment. barbara mcgill did not follow instructions to lock up the father's gun, instead putting it in the closet. the three-year-old girl got a hold of it and shot herself in the leg.
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the little girl is in stable condition at children ice hospital. >> polic police originally arred her father but dropped charges upon further investigation. >> in the wake of new allegations against massage envy, a local accuser is telling her story. susan ingram said she was sexual assaulted by james deeter at the west goshen last year. she accused the company of putting her at risk because they knew of at least one complaint previously against deeter. >> i was sad, pain, sobbing. >> according to a new buzz feed investigation, ingram is one of more than 180 women who made claims against massage envy. the statement reads, each of the
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incidents is heartbreaking for us. even one incident is too many. >> philadelphia police and the fbi are asking for your help in capturing a gun toting bank band it. he held up the bank on chestnut street 12:48 this afternoon. these are photos inside and out side the branch. inside police say he pointed a handgun at the teller demanding cash. >> philadelphia firefighters had to dig a man out of a trash truck today on the 300 belon 30f easeast eerie. the man was sleeping in a dumpster when the trash truck
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picked it up. >> meteorologist cecily tynan is outside with the first look at all of the facts and figures. >> jim, we have more of the same as we begin december. no sign of winter anywhere near us now. currently in philadelphia, the last monday of november, 44-degrees. there's a bit of a chill in the air. it's not that bad. satellite and radar showing if you are looking for any stormy weather, there isn't any across the nation. we'll deal with cold fronts coming through later in the week, but ahead of the first one, we have a major surge in temperatures. tonight with clear skies, calm winds, it's sevennably cool. overnight low, 30. 37 in philadelphia. tomorrow and wednesday, temperatures climb. today's average high is 52. tomorrow drops to 51.
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nothing average about the temperatures. 59 tomorrow. wednesday, 62. i'm tracking slightly cooler air toward the weekend. finally a chance of rain. i'll talk about that in the seven-day forecast. jim? >> thank you, cecily. it's hard to tell who is having more fun these days, eagles fans or the eagles themselves. let's go live to annie mccormick live outside the link. birds are tar taroare taking flt of love in the air. >> there is a lot of love for the eagles and sixers as well. though there was a loss tonight, it didn't dampen the enthusiasm of fans who have high hopes and are cautiously optimistic. don't say it. just kidding. say it all you want. >> are saying it? no. ch it would jinx us.
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>> superbowl. that's the word superstitious fans are avoiding. >> this is our shot. >> that includes defensive end tbranden graham inside chickee petes for his radio show merrill reece made this observation. >> i have never seen more energy, i have never seen better chemistry in the locker room. >> tonight phillies were on double duty. >> superbowl bound. they were looking great. >> lebron james a dallas cowboy fan is talking eagles tonight. >> my favorite is carson wentz. i told my brother that, early in the season, i love the way he plays the game. >> on the court, malcolm
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jenksens and mcgarrett blunt dawning sixer jerseys. >> those teams supporting each other. you talked about the eagles having fun. how can you forgot the electric side on the field last week? we talked to the eagles today. they said they'll have new moves. they don't know what they'll be until friday. outside the link, annie mccormick, "action news." >> al sharp ton spent two and a half hours at the chester state correctional institution in chester. that's where meek mill is spending time for probation violations. earlier this month he was sentenced to two to four years
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stemming from gun convictions in 2008. sharp ton wants to get the young man another hearing. >> he's committed. he said reverend, if nothing else, let people understand what the system does. >> sharp ton contends this case is example of widespread corruption. >> prince harry has asked an american woman for her hand in marriage. they sit down for their first engagement interview. >> plus, behind the scenes processing millions of your cyber monday items. cecily? >> i'm tracking warmer air on the way and our next chance of
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rain. i'll explain in the accuweather forecast. >> the sixers take on lebron james and the flyers skate into the game on a
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independence blue cross. >> it is a royal engagement and the united states will soon have a princess. >> britain's prince harry proposed to megan markel. >> after months of speculation, prince harry and megan markel made the announcement, they are engaged. >> how are you feeling? >> thrilled. sitting down to the details of how the prince popped question saying it happened on a typical night as the two were roasting
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chicken at their cottage. >> i could barely let him finish proposing. i said, can i say yes, yet? >> a diamond from his mother, princess diana's collection. >> at times like these i miss her. >> from the first public aappearance to a romantic trip to africa, their love has been on full display. >> i didn't know much about him. the only thing i asked her when she wanted to set us up, i said, is he nice? >> i had never heard of her before. she was there and i thought, i have to up my game. >> now we wait for another royal
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wedding which we are told could happen next spring. >> one step at a time. hopefully, we'll start a family in the near future. what will her title be? her royal highness princess henry of wales. >> the navajo nation says president trump's remark today was an example of cultural insensitive. trump was honoring those that used their language as code during world war ii. he started to say something positive about code talkers but slurred senator elisabeth warren. >> you were here long before any of us were here, though we have a representative in congress that she say was here a long time ago. they call her pok pocahontas, bi like you.
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>> trump calls warren pocahontas because of her claims that she has native american ancestry. >> native american leaders call the attacks distasteful. >> al frankli franken is speakit apologizing to those that have spoken out against him. it's been 11 days since leanne released a photo of him forcibly kissing her and groping her. franken can't guarantee there won't be more accusations to come. >> if you had asked me two weeks
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ago, would any woman come forward with an allegation like this, i would have said no. >> franken says he will continue to apologize for his behavior. >> me an mar is cracking down on muslims. there is criticism of the operations as ethnic cleansing, 620,000 muslims have streamed into neighboring bangladesh with reports of villages burned and women and girls being raped. >> were you part of those shopping online in the last few hours? >> the busiest stretch on cyber monday. today is the biggest online shopping day in the united
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states. by 4:30, $3.4 billion spent, up 17% from a year ago and it's not even close to the final tally which could hit $6.5 billion. >> web traffic from mobile devices is likely to top computer browsing for the first time ever. likely no other company in the world is busier today than amazon. "action news" was invited inside the massive fulfillment center in robinningville mercer county to see the packing and shipping process in action. it might not look as hectic as you might think with robots helping the 4,000 workers. it's more like precisely controlled chaos. >> cyber monday is the biggest day of the year. last year 740 items were ordered per second. we expect this year to be bigger. >> the facility has 14-miles of
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conveyer belts snaking through a building the size of 20 football fields. it appears to be a large, well-oiled machine. >> yes. of i would say if we had horrible weather, how great to be on the computer and order your gifts, but the weather is great. >> go out and do some shopping. >> the action cam, taking a look at rittenhouse square showing the decorations with the holiday season well under way. if you step outside, it doesn't feel like it. the temperature in the eastern half of the country, we were in the 50s, but 60s and 70s to the west. we could use rain. we have zero percent chance tomorrow, wednesday and thursday. finally, friday, a 40% chance of showers. they should be light. early in the morning, probably before dawn and we dry out as we head toward the weekend.
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if you are stepping out right now, it's not that cold considering it's the last monday of november, 44 in philadelphia. other areas dropping to the 30s. trenton 37. allentown, 35. wilmington 39 and millville, currently 34. satellite and radar showing high pressure revealing dominant feature of the weather, that's the case through the week and weekend. we have a couple of fronts moving through, first one dry thursday morning. tomorrow, sunny and chilly. a calm wind in philadelphia, 39. suburbs32. you need a winter coat but abundant sunshine again. 4:00, 57. should reach 59-degrees, eight degrees above normal. no sign of winter the next several days, jet stream well to the north. a couple of cold fronts moving
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through. the cold air up north over canada. that's where it's going to stay for the next week. the accuweather forecast, loads of sunshine tomorrow, mild, 59 on wednesday. ahead of a cold front, up to 62-degrees. that front slips through dry. behind it, thursday, temperatures drop but mild, 55-degrees. mix of clouds and sunshine. the next cold front moves through friday morning bringing showers and much needed rain. the timing, 3:00 in the morning, it will be light, probably a tenth of an inch. sunshine back, 54-degrees. that clears the way to a nice weekend. saturday, seasonal, mostly sunny with a high of 52. monday h53 lots of sunshine and monday h a warm up, 57-degrees. normal high this time of year is
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now 51. as of form, every day next week is above normal. >> when do we go to the 40s? >> 40s? >> as an average. >> friday. first high of 49. we are not near that. >> good. "action news" reporter consumer reporter nydia han spoke to students at the university of pennsylvania tonight. she was the guest speaker at rodin 24. nydia spoke about her experiences as a journalist and addressed the sixers, cavs, it's an
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opportunity for the sixers to measure themselves against one of the best teams. >> sixers are good not quite elite. tonight brought lebron james and the cavs to town. james scores 15 point in the
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first quarter alone. sixers down seven after one. after the first half james launching from long distance to beat the first half buzzer, 55-35 cavs at the break. third quarter sixers within three, joel embiid inside. he drops in 30. too much cleveland and not enough sixer defense. dywane wade here. sixers fall, 113-91. >> >> to the ice, ugly, pretty, doesn't matter. flyers need a win, seven straight losses. flyers blow the two goal lead. pittsburg with the extra skater. game tie.
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>> then in overtime, penn's on the powerplay, sydni crosby puts it in the net. that's eight straight defeats, 5-4 the final. yikes. still ahead, despite the eagles lopsided victory, doug peder
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>> to the eagles, domination. that word barely scratches the
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surface and we are not just referring to the win over the bears. eagles on point all season, 10-1 record. yesterday they won despite four turnovers. coach pederson says he wants that cleaned up. >> the way we played yesterday, though we won the game, the mistakes, penalties, off sides, those things are unacceptable and that we have to play our best ball in the month of december. >> it's easy to take your foot off the gas when you feel we are good. we can just show up on sunday. it don't work like that. we have to keep up what you did to get there. if we keep up that mindset, wished be superbowl bound. >> look who found a job, the former eagle coach with 10-14 over the past two seasons. >> villanova men's team four in the nation and women's team, 25.
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it's the first national ranking in 13 years. delaware hosting yale, blake reynolds, part of a 40-13 run. delaware loses 76-56. that's sports. >> testify university of california at los angeles will rue the day they hire chip kelly. >> i do not disagree. >> "jimmy kimmel live" next followed by "nightline." "action news" continues at 4:30. sphr cecil4:30for cecily tynan,s and the entire "action news" team, i'm jim gardner. goodnight. ♪ ♪
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