tv Action News 530 AM ABC September 20, 2014 5:30am-6:01am EDT
>> good morning, it is 5:30, saturday, september 20, here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." please in northeast pennsylvania may be closing on the man suspected of killing a pennsylvania state trooper last weekend. we'll have the latest. >> a man is seriously hurt after being hit by a car in south jersey overnight. a postal worker is recovering after being shot twice by a bb gun.
let's get a check of the weather with chris sowers, looks like summer will make a comeback this weekend. >> reporter: it's perfect timing, it's the last weekend of summer and it should feel like summer. let's go live on sky 6. we have a quiet center city skyline. we have clouds moving in and winds shift out of the south at it is will get temperatures in the upper 70s. 60 degrees in the city. 52 in trenton, 59 in allentown, wilmington showing 59 a milder 66 down in dover. 68 in sea isle city, millville, cooler at 52. some locations there's a little bit of a visibility issue, patchy fog case in point, poconos down to 1.7 miles. trenton, 8. philadelphia, 9. millville, 5. if you're traveling be mindful you could see rapidly changing
visibilities over the next couple of hours. satellite and radar shows cloud cover over the west of the city. we are seeing clouds in south jersey, morning clouds giving way to afternoon so, you know, a nice little breeze out of the southeast. lunchtime, 75. 5:00 p.m., 78 degrees about a degree or two above average. tomorrow we're way above average always temperatures skyrocket into the 80s. when i come back in just a bit i'll talk about the warmup on the way tomorrow and the big cool down on the way for monday. >> thanks chris. we have breaking news from northeastern pennsylvania there are reports that police may be closing in on accused cop killer eric frein who may be holed up in a home or cabin near his family's home in monroe county. police confirmed shots were fired in the area last night, but would not say whether they think they have cornered frein.
investigators told residents in price and barrett township to lock their doors and keep away from windows, officers have blocked several roads in the area, frein is accused of gunning down state police corporal bryon dickson 8 days ago in blooming grove. a second trooper was wounded. the self-styled survivalist has been on the run ever since stay with us up to date with the new 6abc.com check it out in this ae anywhere. a man was hurt crossing the street at summerdale and stone gate road in gloucester township, cat den county. the victim was in the intersection when a car hit him and through him several yards down the road. the man is in cooper university
hospital with a number of serious injuries. the driver stopped at the scene. there's no word on charges. also new, police are trying to determine if robbery was the motive behind a double shooting in the west oak lane section of philadelphia. the action cam was at the scene of the 7100 block of north 19th street. this is where police found a wounded man lying in the street at 10:3:50 last night. around the corner on the 1900 block of plymouth discreet officers found a second victim with the gunshot wound to the for -- forearm. there were no arrests. police are looking for whoever shot a postal worker with a bb gun. police think she was being targeted when she shot twice in the back. >> reporter: the 28-year-old postal worker left the hospital after being treated. she was limping after being shot in the knee and back with
somebody with a bb gun. the postal worker delivering mail on 1600 block of christian. she was walking up to the door and felt something strike her back. reactionary she turns quickly and she felt the second one. the shot struck the mail bag. an investigator was told by a neighbor three other shots hit a home. >> we're going to knock on doors and see if there were any issues with anybody. this evening another postal work delivered the mail under the watchful arm of an armed postal police officer. bb guns are a major concern to residents in south and southwest philadelphia particularly because they look like weapons. councilmen said this incident shows this problem has no
borders. >> it's a city-wide issue that needs to be addressed. >> reporter: some unscrupulous him or merchantses are selling them to children. council introduced legislation calling for harsher penalties for those stores selling to kids. in southwest detectives, i'm indiana channel 6 "action news." >> a philadelphia police are looking for a woman who held herself to money from a donation box. this surveillance video shows the woman who takes the donation box in mayor fair. it happened at crystal vision. not only is the money missing,
but the suspect may have had a child with her. employees couldn't believe whatt they saw. >> she asked for the key to the bathroom and emptied the box. we enjoy helping others. a person like myself who has a heart, we think she should return the money. >> they use the donations for summer camps and thanksgiving baskets and gifts for the elderly at christmas. the man who killed 6 people will spend the rest of his life hind bars. his cousin and martin louis threw burning gas cans into a home to kill a federal witness,
four children were in that fire. philadelphia district attorney is vowing to retry a form are police officer on theft charges. a subject declared a mistrial in the case against darrell gibson. the jury was able to reach unanimous verdict on any counts against gibson. rutgers university said a remark mass made about sandusky as a joke. according to a report quoting people in the athletic department she said to reach out and touch the donors of the program, but not to do it in the sandusky way. she apologized for rutgers fans
wearing t-shirts that poked fun at the sandusky scandal. the taj said it is owed $1 million by trump. the taj is currently in bankruptcy proceedings. it was ranked last in earnings out of new jersey's 6 internet gambling operations. septa is letting riders sounds off about changing bus routes and efficiency of its trains and buses and trolleys. this is one of two public hearings being held at headquarters. the goal to improve service and make ridders happy. anybody who miss the the meeting
can mail their comments. a highly contagious virus awning children has spread through half the country. that's not snow covering the streets but hail from a violent storm that wreaked havoc on parts of italy. >> reporter: it's warmer out there this weekend and we'll be dealing with a case of the muggies on .
>> more breaking news this morning, the action cam is live on the scene in camden where two people were found stabbed less than an hour ago.amden where two it happened on the 2900 block of yorkship road at 4:00 had a. a woman in her 30s and her 17-year-old son were stabbed in the neck. two other children were taken to cooper for valuation, but were not hurt. police have taken a man into custody in connection with the stabbings, but no word on charges. a hail storm in italy was so intensity covered the streets. 50 people were hurt in the storm, farmers reported
expensive damage to crops. goodness gracious looks like snow. >> reporter: that's a lot of hail. we don't have any weather to talk about, if you like sunshine and like quiet conditions you'll love this weekend. who doesn't look that, right? >> reporter: there's the view in atlantic city, just a gorgeous weather pattern we're moving into. we'll keep the sunshine going through the weekend into next week. there could be cloud cover out there this morning, but we'll see sun later on. 60 degrees in philadelphia, dewpoints have come up a little bit, still comfortable, the closer these two numbers get, the temperature and dewpoint, the closer these are the more moisture that accumulate in the atmosphere and you tend to get fog. there could visibility issues in the outlying areas this morning. winds are light at 3 miles per hour. upper 50s north and west, low to
mid 60s south and west. millville the exception 52. trenton, 52, and wilmington, 61. we have low-level clouds starting to work in from the northwest. allentown, reading, lancaster reporting overcast conditions. same thing for philadelphia. trenton, mostly cloudy skies. the jersey shore seeing mostly clear conditions right now, but the winds are out of the south-southeast that's an ocean breeze that will load up the atmosphere over the next couple of hours, we expect morning clouds give way to afternoon sun as the winds begin to shift later on. you can see that clearly on future tracker. we'll see cloud cover across south jersey closer to the coast as the system passes on by. as we get rid of the morning cloud cover, most of us see a mixed sky. mainly cloudy east of the city,
first thing tomorrow morning we'll have sunshine, that's the headliner of the weekend, what the skies will be. combination of sun and clouds all weekend long. nice and quiet for the lehigh valley and the poconos, we'll start out with mostly cloudy skies, 78 degrees in allentown, a little bit cooler in the mountains and atlantic city and most of the shore points you're starting out with mainly clear conditions, you'll see a mixture of sun and clouds with an ocean breeze, 74 degrees right there on the sand. if you are trying to get your tan on, winds will be out of the southeast on the beach. ten to 15 miles per hour, the waves will be rough, though, seas buildings 4 to 6 feet. there's a moderate risk for rip currents, if you're going to venture into the waters be careful there. uv index is on the moderate side. philadelphia, 79. the average is 77. a few degrees above normal. morning clouds giving way to afternoon sun, winds out of the
southeast at 5 to 15 miles per hour. we should reach 79 degrees around 3:00 p.m. a gradual increase in sunshine as the day wears on. partly cloudy skies overnight tonight, 55 in allentown and reading. 65 in the city. winds out of the southeast. tomorrow morning there could be patchy fog. the exclusive weather five day at 5:00. eagles taking on the redskins at the linc, mostly sunny, humidity, 84 degrees, it's the first time we've been in the 800s for quite sometime. as your honoree and nice for monday, 74. tuesday, sunny and nice for tuesday, 73 and it goes on and on. we could get showers on thursday, but if we don't get rain then, it's a very dry
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>> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m. on this saturday, september 20, here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," shots are fired as police close in on the suspect in last week's deadly shooting of a pennsylvania state trooper. we'll have the latest details. two men are hurt after a boating accident on the the delaware river overnight. plus, thrills and chills as local police and fire officials would wowed the crowd with their skills and raised money for