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news," firefighters battle icy conditions at a philadelphia house fire that injured two people. >> gunned down in a grocery store dark man grab grabbing a bite eat is gunned down by two men. >> a man is looking for an eagles heirloom. >> give it back, guys. 5:30 a.m., january 18. it's cold, david, and karen rogers has the commute. >> reporter: it's cold enough, bundle up and get ready. >> reporter: eagles fans are lucky this week, it's going to be cold today and it's going to be warm for the game.
we have cloud cover on satellite and radar it's mostly off the coast, we're looking at sunshine building in. it's on the cold side. 18 in philadelphia. 16 in trenton. 18 in wilmington, 14 in allentown. 19 in beach haven. 18 in millville. there's a bit of a breeze this morning that's giving you these numbers on the windchill map. 3 in allentown. 7 in philadelphia. 5 in trenton. 4 in wilmington, 8 in millville. you know what to do we've been dealing with over the last couple of months. bundle up with extra layers. 27 by 11:00 a.m., 31 by 1:00 p.m. 34 is the high today okay. lots of sunshine out there, but a little bit breezy, wind out of the northwest at 8 to 16 miles per hour and that's going to drive the windchills down into the probably low 20s for a good portion of the afternoon. a little heads up, we're in the sub freezing temperatures zone any standing water from yesterday has probably frozen
up, i would be cautious driving around, in case there's an icy patch. i think the bigger issue is sidewalks. when you're walking around this morning, be careful because anybody who didn't treat the sidewalk has left a sheen of ice. milder air for the weekend i'll have the details on that coming up karen. >> reporter: looking at the vine street expressway, no problems, we're talking about the temperatures in the teens, you could see a slick spot or two, no issues on the highway. looking good on the vine, nice and clear an dry in the area. live look at i-95 and the vine, traffic is moving nice. a minute ago, i asked you to tweet me if you see any potholes in the area so you could warn me. drunken soldier saying lots of potholes on i-95 northbound vine to the ramp. >> this is a thrill that you tweeted me, because nobody ever
listen to me. we have a water main break, we've seen a lot of them. castor avenue at rhawn street, watch for those issues. >> breaking news, a fast-moving house fire injured athletes one person in delaware county. the broke out on the 3100 block of rodney street in upper chichester less than two hours ago. firefighters arrived to find flames shooting from the second floor of the home. when the action cam was there, smoke was pouring out. so far no word on the condition of the injured person. fire crews remain on the scene. also breaking, two people were treated for injuries at this fire in the parkside section. the began in the bedroom of a boarding house on girard avenue at 2:30 a.m. some of the water cruise to douse the flames iced up on the house posing an added danger to fire crews. two teens face charges for a brawl on septa line. transit police say violence is a
growing problem and it has to stop. jeanette reyes is live a the city hall with the reaction to the troubling trend. good morning, jennette. >> reporter: good morning, matt, this is anything but a rare occurrence at septa stations. it is the reason why septa police have beefed up their presence in the last three years. they say the latest brawl justifies and explains why. it is the second fight among teens in as many days. tuesday's brawl was caught on a cell phone. police say it started as a verbal dispute on the trolley line and escalated leading to dilworth park. things got violent when an 18-year-old and 14-year-old got involved. >> you have an 18-year-old drawing a knife and threatening the 14 and 15 year olds. >> reporter: both teens are charged with assault. chopper 6 hd was over head at bridge and pratt along the frankford line. the tussal de-escalated thanks
to a strong police presence. the chief said these incidents are far from isolated. >> isolated to what? these are kids beating kids everyday. there's nothing isolated. it is everyday in the city of philadelphia, somewhere on the system kids beating kids. >> it could happen to anybody, that's why you have to keep your head up for anybody being in danger. >> reporter: minor injuries reported in the first incident, in the second, nobody was injured, but there were several arrests made. jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." tam. >> thank you jennette. new this morning, a driver struck someone near the pedestrian walkway on the admiral wilson boulevard near baird boulevard. there is no word on the victim's condition this morning. a man taking a break in north philadelphia became the city's latest homicide ambushed by gunmen as he enjoyed a
sandwich on north 6th street. store employees say the 22-year-old victim was sitting on a milk crate eating a sandwich. >> two males walked in with masks, both had guns and went up to the individual pointblank range and fired over 20 shots. >> the victim was pronounced ted did he hospital. detectives say the -- pronounced dead at the hospital. detectives say the two men took off. pennsylvania state police raided mountain view vineyards in monroe county. they found cameras in several rooms, but no signs that visitors were under surveillance. one of the owners had 1,000 clips of private recorded conversations. the defendants said they didn't know they were breaking state recording laws and they wanted
to make sure nobody was stealing alcohol. the funding deadline is fast approaching with no deal in sight. democrats don't want any spending bill that doesn't offer protection for young illegal immigrants part of the dacca program. meanwhile, some of the so-called dreermts -- dreamers joined other groups on capitol hill yesterday. that led to 82 arrests. thieves stole a prize possession off the front lawn of a family in bucks county. andy reid, that is his real time. said his sign was stolen last week. he said the stolen sign isn't just a decoration it's a family heirloom. reid's sister made the sign for their mother 30 years ago and they put it out every season. >> it's such a great year it
comes down to stealing a sign. reid said whoever took the sign can return it, no questions asked he is hoping to get be back in time for the sunday nfc championship game. "action news" is your source for eagles coverage this weekend. perhaps we can interest you in our menu. it kicks off with our playoff party on 6abc. start the game day morning on sunday live reports from lincoln field. we'll have post game coverage when the final whistle blows at 11:00 p.m. >> come on eagles. >> reporter: a lot of people feeling good about the game, me included, it's going to be a tough defensive battle. home field advantage and all that. storm tracker 6 live double scan, shows you we are dry, stepping outside we have sunshine on the way a little bit
later on. not up over the horizon just yet. we have stars out. bundle up, the cold air has not escaped us, 18 degrees in philadelphia. wind out of the northwest at 9. that's giving us a windchill of 7. most of us have single digit windchills this morning. 18 in philadelphia. wilmington and millville. 21 in cape may. a little reminder we have been overnight below freezing, the whole time across the region. any standing water leftover from yesterday's rain and snow has probably frozen up. roads are an issue, i think that's patchy. i think sidewalks are the biggest issue this morning as a lot of folks might not have gotten around to salting. satellite and radar showing cloud cover along the immediate coast. for most of us, it's mostly sunny all the way.
cold, 21 greece by 10:00 a.m. 31 by noon. 34 is the high at 3:00 p.m. before we dive back below freezing. high temperatures across the region. 30 in allentown. 31 in reading. 33 in trenton. 5 in wilmington. 37 in millville. a little bit milder down the shore, both in atlantic city on the boardwalk and cape may on the promenade 38 degrees there. we've been in this recent cold snap for several days. over the weekend it lifts out, we get a ridge of high pressure, we won't get a front coming into after the weekend. that means a mild weekend. you'll want layers underneath the jersey. we'll get to 50 for tailgating. first quarter kickoff temperature 46, 42 for the 4th quarter. it could have been colder and
more uncomfortable this time of career down the said -- stadium. wind light, it could be the eagles who make less mistakes and it comes down to the kicking game. temperatures in the 20s overnight. 42 in the afternoon. saturday, 53. sunday, 50 is the high, that's great football weather especially this time of the year. we'll see sun and clouds. hopefully we're jumping around peacefully and happily celebrating eagles victory sunday night. monday, clouds arriving and rain later in the day or at night. that spills into tuesday morning. >> a convenience store owner is using humor to fight thieves. >> a home in california is collapsing as the land around it begins to crumble.
avenue in you were -- upper chichester two hours ago. you see the smoke there, no word on the condition of the injured nine people. fire crews have it under control, but remain at the scene. let's go over to karen and see when it's like. it's cold, maybe a good day to take a cup of coffee into the car with you. >> reporter: i'm thinking of the firefighters fighting a fire in these conditions with temperatures in the teens, there will be ice on the roads, too, they have the water on the road where they are spraying. avoid rodney avenue stick to chichester avenue. let's switch to woodhaven road at millbrook road in the northeast. traffic is moving pretty nicely. roads are pretty clear no big issues out there. doesn't mean you'll find a slick spot or two. i love the tweets he get from people, i get scott welsh in the
suburbs, this is his truck covered in ice out there, if you have ice hanging off your truck, you'll have them here and there driving around. we have a malfunctioning traffic light richmond street at betsy ross bridge watch for that this morning. let's take a look at the temperatures, it's 9 in bethlehem. 14 in pottstown. pretty much the teens everywhere. 18 in center city. we'll make it above freezing later on this afternoon. only 18 in hammonton. 17 in american in -- smyrna. when you factor in a light breeze, feels like 17ny is -- 1n the city. 18 in in allentown. a three story home in the pricey malibu area is teetering on the edge of a crumbling
cliff. officials in california say everybody is out of the house and no injuries have been reported. well, a fun hike turned into a nightmare for a man who was force to do survive three days and two nights out in the wilderness hoping for a rescue. roger dannon and his hiking buddy started out in palm springs, he lost the tail in the snow. he slipped and fell on to a rock face. he found a stream and followed it and helicopter spotted him friday night. >> i heard the helicopter, i said pull yourself up, i pulled myself up and the light shining on me, i thought oh, my god, they found me. >> he had a fractured shoulder and scrapes and bruises. internal revenue service is working on a w-4 form.
if your employer is not taking enough money out of your paycheck you could end up with a tax bill next career. if too much is taken -- next year. if too much is taken out, you're getting a refund, getting a refund is nice, but you've given the federal government an interest free loan to do whatever you want with your money. a store in catch is getting the last laugh with thieves stealing from his story. he is posting videos on the internet showing the thieves he said he is happy to take them off the internet provided they
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time today, you guys are keeping me perky. >> that's why we're here. >> reporter: i was wondering why you were here. >> good for you. >> reporter: he will lift us all up today. route 1, pennsylvania turnpike, northbound traffic on the left heading tar jersey. looking good this morning, no big problems out there, wondering if we'll see a slick spot or two. not a ton of accidents, looking good. betsy ross bridge looking okay davey. >> reporter: 18 in wilmington, 14 in allentown. 16 in trenton, 18 in millville. witches in the single digits, bundle up. as we go through the day it will be cold. i'll knock this down to 34 degrees high today. not that it makes a big difference to you.
lots of sun and windchills in the low 20s at best of times. sunny and bright on the chilly side things get better over the weekend. >> first responders in ohio teamed up to make a man's childhood dream come true. patrick o'brian went sledding for the first time. they raised hundreds of dollars for people with disabilities. o'brian said he felt like he was flying and hopes to make it a yearly tradition. >> a new form of tattoos created sound waves. do you have many at that tattooo you? >> a man is shot in the face in delaware and police are looking for the gunman.
>> welcome back taking a live look at the commodore barry bridge, it's a very cold morning. 5:55 a.m., 18 degrees, i was very thankful for the seat warmers this morning. from our delaware newsroom police in edgemore is looking for a gunman who shot a man in the face. it happened on polk drive. the victim is in critical
condition. police are focusing on a vehicle that was left in the middle of the road. a well-known chef in south jersey will be going to prison for 20 years. alexander capasso apologized after pleading guilty in federal court. agents caught him in a sting in the exploitation of children. he ran restaurants at the time of his arrest in 2015 including the crow and pitcher in center city. in honor of the eagles playoff run a landmark center city bar will be breaking with a long held tradition. mcgillens will be serving green beer, the first time ever for a nonst. patrick's day event. >> it looks delicious. battery backlash, apple is giving users more control over
on this thursday, january 18. we're following breaking news. >> a fierce fire overnight has injured nine people in delaware county. >> a woman waiting at a bus stop in a philadelphia neighborhood becomes the innocent victim of gunfire. water main break is creating struggles for the water department, now they have a new
way for people to contact them instead of waiting for hours. >> it's getting warmer, but it's cold this morning. >> reporter: one more day we have to deal with with this. satellite and radar showing cloud cover off to the east, the snow is gone, but we're locked in to cold air. 18 in trenton. 17 in wilmington. 14 in allentown. 18 in millville. of course there's a bit of a breeze blowing that's giving you the windchills numbers. we've improved to 1 in -- 12 in philadelphia. 3 in allentown. 9 in wilmington. you have to bundle up early. as we looking at temperatures this morning, not going all that high. 29 degrees by noon. 32 by 2. 34 by 3:00 p.m. lots of sun, but cold, there will be a wind blowing 8 to 16 miles per hour that will give us windchills in the low