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"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with rick williams, sara bloomquist, and meteorologist, david murphy. good afternoon fema is asking for money back. why some people will have to pay the federal government back. and the ray rice video sparks an investigation into the nfl. and in northeast philadelphia, someone defaced a meat shop with swastikas overnight here on bustleton avenue. david henry, joining us live from the scene with the full story. >> reporter: rick, the evidence is now gone but the damage is done, the owner of this kosher
meat shop arrived to find swastikas painted all over the windows back there. the incident has rattled this entire neighborhood. >> i pulled up and i saw that, and i was like that is really upset can. >> merle has worked in the hair salon next door for 30 years and she has never seen anything like this. blood red swastikas were plastered on the windows of kosher meats. he know what's hate looks like and the power of the swastika after they fled the nazi. >> this is such a shame, this is no good. not in america. >> detectives were on the scene this morning gathering evidence including surveillance video from nearby shops. this appears to be a one-time
incident. rather than a path pattern of hate crimes. >> it was backward so it was a stupid hate crime. >> this neighborhood has turned into a melting pot of different ethnicities. they take pride in the fact that everybody gets along. >> it's sad that kids think it's funny, and think it's neat to do that kind of stuff, it's not. it's very, very hurtful. >> fortunately the parent used was water solubl and it washed right off. but the hurt it caused will not be so easily erased.
>> people around the world are remembering the attacks at grown zero. ♪ ♪ the commemoration here began with the tolling of a bell and the moment of silence at the national september 11th, memorial museum in new york. family members and friends said the names of each and every person that died in the attack in 2001. president obama and the first ladiesy also observed a moment of silence at the white house this morning. followed by an observance in pennsylvania.
and bells were rung when passengers and crews died in flight 93 and crashed it at 10:30 a.m. a congressional gold medal was awarded during the ceremony. in lower makesfield, buck county. katherine scott takes us to the ceremony. >> reporter: the message from the participants came in different forms, but they were messages of grief and forgiveness. ♪ with music, with prayer and with poetry, they stood together, they remembered. >> love is eternal. and memory is eternal. there are forced more powerful than the hatred that perpetrated this horrible day. >> at the garden of reflection,
family and friends gathered. 13 years later pain still etched on the faces of loved ones who lost. memory of 9/11, 2001. memories of those that died and those that lived. >> we thought about you yesterday and the days before that too. [ bell tolling ] >> at 9:03, 9:37, and 10:33, for the attacks on the pentagon and the crash in schwenksville. the names were read for those that died. the ceremony ended with plates left at the fountain. >> death leave a heart ache that
no one can heal. >> another ceremony will take place here at the garden of reflection. >> the anniversary of the attacks fall one day after president obama announced a broader fight against the new terror threats from isis, in a prime time address, the president outlined the expansion in the military roll in combatting the extremists, it includes air strikes in syria for the first time and continued air strikes in iraq. president obama is asking to train and arm syrian rebels to aid their fight against the militants. back here accuweather is tracking thunderstorms that could bring rain this evening. right now its hot and humid and lots of clouds as we look live from sky 6 in center city. lets head to the big board and meteorologist, david murphy. >> looking to the west. you can see where the cold front is located with the broken line
in front of it. heavy rain in west virginia, not a whole lot out in western pennsylvania now, it gets closer to us and there is a chance of stuff popping in. will it be a lot or a little. part of the reason for that, the cloud cover, you can see it clearly on satellite. lots of clouds out there not allowing a whole lot of sunshine in, and what we like to see is some of that sun to break in, boil up the surface, and start to make things unstable. and when it drives to the east it has juice to work with, as you will. as we take a look though, we are setting the table for something, that is with the warm air, 80 in wilmington and we have a southerly flow that is increasing the humidity in the levels we saw yesterday. the heat index shows it's not oppressively humid, making it
feel 2 or 3 degrees warmer than the temperature. there is a bid of humidity out there and the air is a bit unstable. today's call, warm and humid conditions, clouds mixing with sunny breaks and a high of 88 degrees. we'll probably see a late thunderstorm or two. if we get sun to back out from the clouds look out because that could mean a few more of those coming in. one other issue, apparently we are getting enough of a flow today in the delaware bay, where there is another one of those coastal flood advisories, and it's only up until 4:00, that is when the high tide will be in the upper delaware bay and the tidal portion of the delaware river, minor flooding in those usual places, you don't want to put your car. the shore is not included in this. when we come back we'll have the full accuweather forecast. including the possibility of storms later tonight. >> thank you. stay on top of the changing
weather situation with the new 6abc.com. visit 6abc.com/weather for storm tracker 6 radar and the hourly and seven-day forecast and the latest video from our "action news" meteorologists and the collection of weather related photos and videos. there was a shocking wake-up call for a woman in burlington county, she suffered minor injuries when a car came crashed into her house in palmyra, and hit a parked car and smashed into two different homes on cinnaminson avenue and west henry street. the cause of the crash is now under investigation. the jury has the case in the kidnapping and sexual assault trial against christina regusters. the deliberations startd this morning, the 21-year-old is accused of abducting a 5-year-old girl from her school and then molesting her. "action news" reporter vernon
odom will have a live report from the courthouse coming up at 12:30. thousands of people that received federal aid money from super storm sandy, they investigated households suspected of receiving improper payments. some were not eligible because their damaged property because it was not their primary residence. still to come a former olympian is cleared of murder and oscar pistorius is not off the hook, the announcement that led to his courtroom break down coming up. a weight loss drug is hitting the market and the latest later on health check. and a cool down for the weekend. the forecast from accuweather when "action news" at noon
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when he shot his girlfriend. it will be the first readiness drill since june. and it will test the defense of russia's seaboarder. police are looking for a man attacking women on a college campus, the man is looking for women walking and distracted on their cell phones. the latest incident the student was ambushed as she left the campus library, she was able to fight back and run away. police are trying to identify a person of interest who was captured on servers. in california, the search is on for a burglary suspect that paused to snap a selfie, of the crime. a woman and her friend were
microsoft founder bill gates is giving $50 million to help fight the ebola virus in south africa. it will buy medical supplies and more than 2200 people have died in the outbreak thusz far and the united states has pledged more than $100 million to help. turning to health check this noon, there is a new weight loss drug hitting the market. the fda has given final approval for contrave. it's a combination of drugs and for people that have more than one condition, like type 2 diabetes or high blood pressure. it should be used with a healthy diet and exercise. we are talking about becoming a grandparent, it could be one of
joys in life but could lead to conflicts between the generations. here is lisa thomas-laury with more. >> reporter: as the saying goes, it take a village but when parents and grandparents have different philosophies it could be a problem. john is happy to be raised by two strong women. >> his mom appreciates the help but does not all agree with the advice. >> she says this is what i'm saying, you have to do what i'm saying. >> the family works program works to get everybody on the same page. >> there might be wisdom on both sides, come to a happy medium. >> it's an approach that works for the campbell family. >> they do for the most part respect what i say. >> and trent is closer to them.
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meteorologist, david murphy, here how with a closer look at the forecast, still kind of on the cool side, but warm enough. a little warmer and humid than it was the last couple of days. stormtracker 6 live double scan of course is keeping its eye out for some rain later on today. but we are not seeing any right now. as we look outside, we have an interesting picture there from chopper 6 hd you can see the cloud cover socking us in high enough to see the top of the skyscrapers but thick enough to block out the sun. it looks gray out there.
your temperature is up to 81 degree, it's beginning to feel warmer out there. and i'll point out the dow point is up to 67 and that indicates cooler air, with the thick cloud cover, you are not feeling the humidity. winds out of the west at 20 miles per hour it's on the breezy side today. upper 70s in reading and wilmington. 80 in millville, and low 80s at the airport in atlantic city. and down the coach along the beach. the last couple of runs of this model are backing off from the placement of showers and thunderstorms. as we get up to 3:00 some of this is going to the western suburbs, not all of that is substantial. and pushing towards the evening, a couple of lines are possible. as we get into the early evening hours. the issue is not the volume or
number of the cells, where one hits, and dealing with the humid air we are talking about it can give you an isolated heavy downpour. they are off the coast earlier tonight. the risk factor from this, where any of these manage to pop up. flash flooding is only moderate. it's a small chance, only if we got a small storm, that took longer to get past a given area, a moderate risk for strong winds, not of a severe variety. that is because any storm will push gusty wind ahead of it, we are not looking at hail or tornadoes this afternoon or this evening. muggy and humid, 81 is your high and there is obviously a chance of an afternoon thunderstorm, particularly the latest we go through the afternoon, the storms are hanging up inland. you are not looking at a bad day, 85 and dry and the storms hold off until tonight. in philadelphia, a high of 88
this afternoon, more humid than yesterday and the chance of afternoon and thunderstorms sweeping down off the northwest. 10 to 20 miles per hour and 63 overnight with the evening thunderstorms possible. for the evening commute, are you looking at the temperatures in the 80s at 4:00, and then down to the upper 70s. a chance of a late pop-up thunderstorm in a couple of places, but not all that much of a chance. 79 at game time and 76 in the ninth inning and a chance of an early thunderstorm that could delay things. a good idea as you head down to the ballpark beginning on "action news" at 4:00, as you look at stormtracker 6 live double scan here on 6 abc, you get the most quickly updating images of any radar images you'll see in the region. all right, so we are feeling better tomorrow and the front is out of here and the humidity goes bye bye and we get a fair amount of sun. 88 degrees and humid and late storms possible.
and then tomorrow all of that system is out of here and it's less humid and feels a lot better and 78. saturday the potential of afternoon showers and a period of rain, hopefully it doesn't rain on the union's parade taking on new york at ppl park at 3:00. looks dry sunday and monday. >> so much more to come ahead on the new one-hour "action news." next at 12:30, kids are consuming more salt than ever before. we'll find out which meals are higher in sodium. >> and they turn to social media to drum up -- for the tattoo policy. >> those stories and more on the next half our of
"action news" continues with rick williams, sara bloomquist and meteorologist, david murphy. hello again, here are the stories we are following on "action news" at 12:30, after two weeks of testimony, jurors have begun the deliberations in the trial against christina regusters. >> and local groups gather to remember the victims of september 11th and we'll take you live to ground zero where the terrorist attack happened 13 years ago today. and looking into how the nfl
handle the suspension of former baltimore ravens, ray rice. and the former day care worker accused of abducting and sexually molesting a 5-year-old girl. the defense suggested there were others involved in the crime and the prosecutors say she acted alone. vernon odom is live outside of the courtroom with more. >> the jury got this case just after 11:00 this morning and they are now on an official lunch break until 1:30 this afternoon. the eight women and four men are examining the evidence in the case related to kidnapping and molestation. >> at age 21, defendant christina regusters is hoping her lawyer was able to create a reasonable doubt in the jury. prosecutors say regusters, a
former day care worker in the muslim clothing leading the child out of the school under the guise that she was the child's mother. the family has been in the court every day. >> my dad did stuff to my sister and myself. but is this the motive, no, it is not. i can't speak for my father or my sister's actions, i know that is not the reason and she is not the person that did this. >> the defense theory is that there are others involved in this heinous crime, that saw the victim so severely molested she needed surgery. they put on dna evidence and more including her laptop computer and more that indicated an interest in child porn. >> if convicted christina regusters could be facing many,
many decades in the state prison. >> vernon thank you. a homeowner fired shots at a person trying to break in this morning. it happened at 1:00 on the 1500 block of albert street. the suspect was not able to take anything from the house and it's not yet known if the suspect was hit by the gun fire. one person was hit overnight in a fast moving fire in philadelphia. this was the scene on the unit block of north 52nd street. the fire was inside of a store with apartments above it took firefighters 30 minutes to get things under control and the person hurt suffered smoke inhalation and was take and to hop in stable condition. the heat and humidity of summer are creeping back in and there is the possibility of storms later today. as we look live at sky 6 hd in philadelphia, the sun is breaking through some of the clouds and it will feel hotter as the day goes on.
lets get an update from david murphy outside. >> we are talking for the last couple of days how it's more humid and warmer, it really feels like all of the above. despite the fact that there are fairly thick clouds in place, take a look we are not the only ones dealing with thick air. you don't have to go too far south to get warmer. roanoke, virginia, is 83, in pittsburgh, pennsylvania, it's cooler because of a frontal boundary in the process of clearing through the areas and cooler air is mind behind it. all the rain is still to our west and we are rather toasty and humid. there is not a whole lot of shower activity to the west of us yet, we are looking at a fair amount of clouds and the potential for sunny breaks and if we get sunshine in play that will set the table for showers and a few drenching thunderstorms.
future tracker 6 showing you on the latest runs, there is a possible of the some of these popping up at 4:00. they are not going to be everywhere, but the issue is in this humid air they will produce drenching downpours. another line is possible up to about 6:00 or 7:00, and then it shoots towards the coast, if you are headed to the phillies, check out storm tracker live double scan. with cecily. for the evening commute, warm and humid, 84 by 5:30 and by 7:00 down to 79, be careful if you encounter the storm and if it hits. the nice dry roadway will take on ponding and puddling, as we step inside we have improvement for tomorrow and another chance of precipitation in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll give you a look at that coming up. >> thank you. today marks 13 years since
the september 11th terror attacks and americans everywhere are pausing to remember those that lost their lives. here in center city a procession of firefighters and police officers made their way from the museum to the historic betsy ross house. this began at 9:59, the exact time the first world trade center collapsed. fire commissioner david sawyer led a bell ringing ceremony in honor of the victims. ♪ ♪ this morning 571 cadets of the delaware military academy stood shoulder to shoulder to honor the victims of the terror attacks, they welcome the victims to the campus for a special ceremony, young men and women formed the numbers on the grass as the national guard helicopter flew overhead. >> thousands of new yorkers
gathered at the reflecting pools to remember those that lost their lives. marcy gonzales is live now with more on the somber ceremony. >> reporter: rick, today's ceremony was shorter but just as emotional as ever. >> pictures in their hands, their names on their lips. the 2, 983 people that lost their lives on 9/11 honored today on the 13th anniversary of the attacks. quiet piercing through an ever emotional morning. moments of silence marking when the plane struck the twin towers. crashed in shanksville, pennsylvania. and hit the pentagon. >> 13 years after a small and
hateful minds conspired to break us, america stands tall and america stands proud. >> standing proud but on alert. security especially tight at this year's ceremonies. >> for us it's an every day situation. but the increased concern about isis is now adding to the work that we are doing. >> officers are keeping quiet watch as families reflect on the pain that time has not healed. >> 13 years and it still feels like yesterday. and keep the promise made on september 11th of 2001 -- ♪ ♪ to never forget. >> and later today, the memorial plaza will open to the public, this is the first year that victim's family members and first responders can visit the memorial museum on an anniversary. marcy gonzales, channel 6
"action news." >> thank you. officials estimate 1500 people attended a job fair for unemployed casino workers in atlantic city. lines were long at the atlantic city convention center, there were 60 employers thereofering more than 1,000 different jobs. thousands of casino workers are unemployed after casinos closed down over labor day weekend. >> and speaking of revel, a florida developer will wait for two weeks to see if his $90 million bid for the shuttered casino hotel will be accepted. a bankruptcy judge will supervise the auction, it cost $2.4 billion to build. glen straub making the bid owns the polo club in south florida. there is much more ahead on "action news" at noon, the nfl has announced its own
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coming off a break, was surprised by a gun toting thief in philadelphia. authorities say that an armed man walked into the 7-eleven on cotman after knew at 1:30 a.m. he demanded cash and was given money and he ran off. robert mueller will conduct a probe on how the nfl handled evidence in the domestic violence claims against ray rice. commissioner roger goodell insists they did not see the video of rice punching and knocking out his then fiance. but the law enforcement says they sent it five months ago. >> we have more work to do and we'll keep listening and learning and making sure we are doing the right thing for all of our fans. >> the national organization for women call for goodell to
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they are looking to strike the right balance between self expression and professionalism. and turning to health check this noon, nine out of ten kids eat too much salt and where they are getting it might surprise you. here is registered nurse and reporter, ali gorman. >> school lunch is something that parents worry about for their kid's salt intake but bagged lunches may have more salt. most of the salt that kids eat comes from the store and prepared at home. dinner provides the most providing 40% of daily intake. pizza is the single saltiest food that school age children eat. all findings that are alarming as one in six children in the
united states already have elevated blood pressure. so while they have targeted school lunch, the real culprits may be at home. it's a wake-up call for moms and dads to carefully read food labels and throwing away your salt shaker is not enough. ali gorman, channel 6 "action news." and taking a live look now at sky 6 hd and the center city skyline, there are clouds up there but the sun peeked through a few times. accuweather says keep the eyes to the sky today because there is a chance of pop-up storms. >> and it's feeling humid out there. >> that won't last all that long, when we get the scattered storms, you'll feel better later on. stormtracker 6 live double scan, still on the lookout for precipitation, we weren't expecting any this noon and we don't see any just yet. as we look outside, we have the
chopper and looking at the low lying cloud cover, allowing you a view of the tops of center city buildings and not a view of the sun all that often. a couple of breaks sara mentioned a few moments ago. a couple of highlights, humid conditions, and the chance of a spotty storm but by the time we get up tomorrow morning it will feel more refreshing tomorrow. your dew point is high, 67 it's well over the 60 degree cutoff for not humid air, the winds are out of the southwest flipping down to 11 miles per hour with the latest read from the former 20, that is the range of winds today at 10 to 20 miles per hour. satellite and radar showing no rain just yet and breaks in the clouds here in york, pennsylvania and the northern susquehanna valley. if we can manage to break sun
out, the rain will bloom later in the afternoon we'll have a chance of pop-up showers and thunderstorms. last couple of runs on future tracker 6 have not shown you a lot. 6:00 it could make its way in at 5:00 or 6:00, not a lot of action but where we see these hit they could produce a drenching downpour. not expecting a whole lot of real gusty wind out of this, the storm threat is only downpours, and if they stay small, they won't last all that long. a moderate risk for flash flooding where they hit mainly on streets. and strong winds just a moderate risk of that, sometimes you get a burst of wind coming out of a heavy downpour, but with so few storms around it's not a big deal and low risk for hail or tornadoes. high temperatures across the
region, 82 in reading and allentown. close to that in wilmington and down in the 80s at the cost. the rest of the afternoon and evening, 87 by 3:00 and 88 degree high at 4:00 or so. 79 by 7:00 and down to 77 by 9:00, the later you get through this period, the better chance you get of pop-ups coming down through the northeast and northwest suburbs. phillies and pirates wrapping up a four-game set and phillies trying to even up the series. breezy and 79 and 76 in the ninth inning, a good chance they get the game in on time and they finish. no doubt about that. check out storm tracker later on with adam joseph and cecily tynan before you go to the ballpark. more sun and refreshing behind the front and highs in the upper
70s, 88 degrees today warm and humid and a couple of storms later today and tonight. 78 and that is good, saturday 77 degrees and a chance of afternoon showers, we have the next union match at ppl park in chester at 3:00 in the afternoon and temperatures in the low 70s and mostly cloudy and there is a chance of a shower or a period of rain during that point in that game. pleasant on sunday and 75 there, and nice again on monday and tuesday morning a shower and dry for the next union game on tuesday night. >> all right david, thank you. on our people scene this noon, members of british royal family are delighting the crowds at the so-called invictus games. prince william and harry and prince charles and camilla took part in the opening day. more than 400 competitors from 13 different nations are taking part in nine sporting events.
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nasa released this stunning image of a solar flare from the sun. nasa says it's flares pose no danger to anyone on earth but the storm could temporarily disrupt gms signals and power for a few days. >> we have a number of stories going viral now on 6abc.com. one of the housewives of new jersey put her house up for sale. just before sentencing on fraud charges, take a look inside. and a little girl suffering from leukemia has a wish come true with a trip to hawaii to meet the magical animal from her dreams. to see these videos and more go
to 6abc.com/distraction. >> meteorologist, david murphy, is here for one more look at the forecast. >> if we can break the clouds up and get some sun in, we pay have a better chance of thunderstorms, if we stay cloudy maybe just a couple of showers. if we see them 3:00 on in the northern suburbs, 81 to 83 there and down in the center portion of the region, 84 to 88 is the range of highs with the higher temperatures around philadelphia and urban centers. then if you are down in south jersey in delaware, a better chance of storms coming in later in the evening or later tonight. temperatures ranging from 85 to 87, tidal flooding in the upper delaware bay, until 4:00 this afternoon. just minor stuff. >> thank you david. >> finally this noon, a bear cub showed off impressive ballroom dance move at a golf course in
canada. this shows a little guy playing with a golf club and it looks as though he is dancing with it. the cub walked over and stole a golf ball near the hole and simply walked off. i have stolen golf balls haven't you david? >> no. >> that does it for "action news" at noon, don't forget "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. for david murphy, sara bloomquist and the entire "action news" team, have a nice afternoon, stay dry. we'll see you here later beginning at 4:00.
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