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news, chopper 6hd a above the scene where a robbery and chase ended in west philadelphia. you can see a very large police presence here. dozens of officers on the scene. >> details very sketchy at this hour, but police are searching the area for one, possibly two suspects we've been told. it is believed that the incident began at a gas station at 18th and bell field. stay tuned for "action news" as it becomes available, but breaking news in west philadelphia. >> police are investigating an accident involving a school bus, chopper was near the dozen in paradise this morning. 8:45, 6 people including four special needs students were injured when the bus collided with a dump truck. all the injuries are said to be non-life threatening stay with
us with 6abc.com for the latest information. >> philadelphia police are searching for the armed gunmen who attacked and robbed temple university students in their home. it happened not far from the temple camp pus, katherine scott joins us outside central detective's with the details. >> reporter: sarah, the students were all freshmen and sophomores, one was injured and treated and released from the hospital. i spoke with one of the victims this morning when he said he and his friends were watching football and two men came into the apartment and held the men at gunpoint. this sophomore asked that we not show his face and described the ordeal. he said a roommate was outside having a cigarette around 7:30 p.m. when two men approached them armed with guns. >> he pushed him through the
doors up the steps and preceded to pistol whip him and hit him until he was unconscious. >> reporter: seven people were inside two locked themselves in their rooms while the rest were told to lie on the floor. investigators say the men demanded a safe. the victim said they stole two laptops, cellular phones, wall let's and xboxs and speakers. the men had bandana's covering their faces. one was wearing a bucks county community college sweatshirt. a university statement said preliminary findings indicate this was not a random act. a lot of students live along the block which is part of the temple police patrol zone. >> the cops came over and knocked on our door and let us know what happened if we heard anything or seen anything, we haven't.
>> reporter: the two men were last seen fleeing in a white car. there are surveillance cameras the hope is that there is footage that can help in the investigation. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." rick. >> chopper 6hd was above newark high school in newark, delaware after a huge fight broke out before school started. police say when they arrived more than 100 students were crowding the hallway to the cafeteria at 7:00. there were numerous fights going on between the students, 12 to 15 students were taken into custody. they will be released to their parents pending ran investigation and possibly charges. nobody was hurt in the fight, and the school day resumed to normalcy. bensalem police are investigating a crash that killed a person this morning. police say 23-year-old of croyden was driving south he want through the intersection and crashed into a
tractor-trailer that was turning from state road to street road. the driver was pronounced at the scene. the intersection of state and street road closed for much of the morning while police were investigating. four families are out of the home after a fire in atlantic county apartment building overnight. chopper 6hd was o unit block of mays landing road in somers point. firefighters were called to the somers point apartments. fire officials say a fire wall helped prevent the blaze from spreading further. the cause is now under investigation. there were no injuries. >> on the weather front this noon we had an early taste of winter this morning and the cooler temperatures definitely sticking around. outside we go live to sky6 live hd and the center city skyline. peeks of sunshine mixed with clouds this afternoon, definitely a day where you need a heavy jacket and meteorologist david murphy is outside the
studio with chilly details. i said you need a heavy jacket. >> reporter: i have a suit case and for a few moments that will do. we have chilly conditions and it feels more and more like fall. today is one of those days. taking a look at satellite we have high clouds sweeping across the region and we have sunshine for now. they get thicker later on and light sprinkles tonight. 57 degrees, a bit cooler in allentown, 51 there. upper 50s in millville and wilmington and we're sitting on 60 on the boardwalk in sea isle city and atlantic city. this afternoon we'll go for a high of 62 a few degrees below average. at night i'll point out we're going to 53 for the low that's above average that's an indication we'll get milder tomorrow. for today, though, it is on the cool side. 59 degrees by 2:00.
by 4:00 we'll be sitting on the high of 62 a late day high at 6:00 p.m. the upper 50s and trailing back to the mid 50s by 10:00 p.m. tomorrow we're looking at an increase in cloud cover and over the next several days a chance of showers coming up. i'll have that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> stay on top of the changing weather situation with the new 6abc.com. visit 6abc.com/weather for storm tracker 6 live radar both the hourly and seven-day forecast. the latest video from our "action news" meteorologists and our collections of weather-related photos and videos. >> it's a milestone day for dozens of people who are on the watch list of possible symptoms of ebola. many more who came into contact with the ebola patient who died are being monitored. we go to dallas, texas. >> reporter: a big relief that these people have no risk of having ebola.
experts say this highlights that the virus is not easily transmitted. after 21 days, the quarantine now lifted. the four people who lived with thomas eric duncan given the all clear including his fiance. >> she has nothing, everything she had has been destroyed because of the ebola situation with eric. >> these with the people who had the most contact with mr. duncan. they were with him for days while he was sick in the apartment. early on the illness, people are not contagious, that should give relief to people on airplanes. >> 40 others who had contact with duncan are off the watch list. dozens of people in ohio are being monitored after amber vinson trafergd on the airline. -- traveled on the airline.
she said the cdc gave her permission to fly. the family said officials assured am burr that her concerns were unfounded. >> amber vinson did nothing wrong that was the a mistake and that caused her problems and caused panic in the community. >> reporter: today she is in stable condition in atlanta. nina pham is tired, but said to be in good spirits. meanwhile, more than 70 colleagues from the hospital are being monitored. if no one shows symptoms everyone will be off the watch list by november 7. in dallas, mar see gonzalez, channel 6 "action news." >> our coverage continues at 6abc.com. read more on the ebola virus its
symptoms and how it spreads. >> philadelphia police have arrested three men suspected of a serial robbery spree across the city. they were taken into custody last week, authorities say the trio are responsible for 14 commercial robberies since august, among their alleged targets the red robin on frankford avenue. they used guns and a mask during the heist. david henry will have more on the story coming up in the next half-hour. now to the latest in the search for the suspected cop killer eric frein. police have set up in the poconos east high school. a woman was out for a walk when she saw a gun-toting man with a mud covered face near swift water. frein is accused of killing one
trooper and window wounding another. >> people living in kensington have a new option when looking for healthy food operations. the fresh food pantry opens like a supermarket. families who qualify will be able to choose their own food. the goal is to offer nutritious options for people who need help putting food on the table. >> an appalling discovery near chicago. seven women are found dead, the victims of a possible serial killer. >> plus america provides help to kurdish military who are fighting isis in syria. we have that story coming up you, as "action news" conti
>> police in northwestern indiana are investigating a possible case of serial murder after seven women have been found dead. police say the bodies were discovered after a man confessed to killing one woman and he led police to 6 more bodies in abandoned homes in gary indiana 30 miles southeast of chicago. two bodies were identified one was reported missing on october 8. >> once we find out who they are, we'll have to do a time line backwards to his who the
last person was they talked or the last person they were with. >> the suspect will be charged with the women' death sometime today. >> no word if remains found this weekend are those of hannah graham from the university of virginia. the search for the 18-year-old has been suspended while forensic testing continues. partly of the clothing matches what graham was wearing the night she disappeared five weeks ago. the search team made the discovery 8 miles from where graham disappeared. a big rig crashed into a home in the french quarter in new orleans causing expensive damage. the homeowner said this has happened before because the streets in the quarter are sonar row. the big rig trucks can't
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>> good and bad news for social security recipients. there will be an increase in payments next year, however the cost of living increase will be 1.7%. that translates to a raise of $20 a month. it's the third straight year that millions can expect small increases in their benefits. apple new mobile wallet system launches today it's prelooked liked in the iphone 6 and 6 plus. users put their credit card information into a passbook app. go to a store that accepts apple pay and point the iphone at the reader that scans the device. it begins today at 250,000 retailers including mcdonalds. research shows medication errors involving children are often made by their parents at home. researchers at the center for injury research and policy in
columbus ohio look at phone calls to poison control centers and found medication errors happen in 97% of the errors. children under the age of 1 are 9 most common victim. the mistake is giving the medication more than once. >> the action team is out working on stories at 4:00 p.m. >> reporter: we'll show you some of the halloween costumes that some groups should not be worn by little girls. that's who they are being marketed to. we're investigating a disturbing scene in delaware involving adults encouraging several children to fight on camera. superstar serena williams is taking aim at a top tennis
it's not a washout, a spritz or shower here or there. as we get outside, we look on the action cam, taking the camera down to ground level and showing you the manayunk toe path. the sun came up early and it did start to cloud up a little bit, there's mainly cloudy scies and sunshine breaking through. that's what you have across the region and cool temperatures. 57 degrees, the dewpoint, 39. the wind are out of the south at 11 miles per hour. a little bit breezy, not expecting strong winds, but enough where it feels cool. definitely sweatshirts and jackets. 55 in trenton, 57 in philadelphia. 58 in wilmington. the only 60-plus temperature i have is in wildwood with 61. allentown, ten degrees cooler at
51. satellite and radar shows you there is cloud cover around, you can see the ground showing through. later tonight there's a chance of a spotty sprinkle or shower, i suppose that would be something adam and cesily will be looking out for when they get out out on the air at 4:00 and 5:00. i don't think there will be much out of that. the best chance is later on in the evening hours and later tonight. i will allentown, a mixture of sun and clouds building a bit. down the shore, 63 degrees sun and clouds, milder than over the weekend, but obviously chilly. philadelphia, better than yesterday, high of 62. sun and clouds, cooler obviously and winds out of the south/southwest at 6 to 12 miles per hour. that's not really all that strong. mostly cloudy overnight tonight dipping to 53 for the lowe. there could be a late shower or
sprinkle around but it doesn't look like a whole lot. for the rush hour, lingering showers with sunny breaks. 62 degrees by 4:00. 5:30, 59 degrees and 7:00 p.m., 57 degrees. tomorrow we have a frontal boundary coming at us from the west. it will be cloudy once again and their might be a pop-up sprinkle or shower. it looks like it will be milder mid to upper 60s in the afternoon. in terms of rain doesn't look like there will be a whole lot forming until later in the day or evening when the northern and western suburbs have a shot at this. tomorrow, mostly cloudy, mainly dry. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast sun mixing with increasing clouds today. high of 62. tomorrow mostly cloudy, 67. a couple of spotty showers possible, but not a lot of that. a better chance of rain and drizzle on wednesday, high of
58. that doesn't look like a washout. cloudy and damp with lingering showers on thursday. there's a low pressure center that's going to be pushing nearby it's not strong until it gets off the coast. by the time it does, it's too far away to give us anything. we have the cloud cover wednesday and thursday, but not a whole lot of rain. after that the sun is back. >> great. a large group of women broke two records in california. 117 of the most skilled female sky signers broke the world record for formation skydiving. it was for the largest subsequential form facing. formation, they set a record for the largest female subsequential formation. >> that's a lot of women. stay with "action news," coverage continues at noon. we'll be back with more.
>> hello, again, here some of the stories we're following for you on "action news" this noon breaking news in the logan section of philadelphia where police are investigating a possible carjacking. window we're live with the latest from the scene. also several children are hurt in a school bulls crash in lancaster county. we have the details.
police make an arrest in the murder of a prison guard in her south philadelphia home. >> police remain on the scene of a possible carjacking in the logan section. david henry is live at the scene with the very latest. david. >> reporter: yeah, rick it started about a mile from here at 18th and ogontz and ended up here on ogontz avenue a short time later after police made chase. the car ran up this median strip the alleged carjacker, ran behind this apartment building and circled the building and came back out to this side where he was arrested by the police. surveillance video from inside the building shows he grabbed a gun from his pocket and tucked it into his waistband, when he
was arrested he didn't have the gun. you can see there was a lot of police activity in the neighborhood. the the carjacking began about a mile away at an a-plus mini market at 18th and ogontz. police chased the car ended up here jumping the median, smashing into several cars. the driver took off on foot, but he was apprehended. the driver of the carjacked automobile is well-known to the police, he has an expensive record of drugs and weapons offenses. he has been in and out of jail. they know him in the neighborhood. they are questioning the owner of the car. at this point we are told that the owner of the car is not cooperating with the police, he may know the carjackers. we're not sure what instigated all this. the suspect took off in the white pontiac and ended crashing it on ogontz avenue. he is in custody being processed
and the police are questioning the owner of that car, live in logan, david henry, channel 6 "action news." >> a school bus carrying special needs students collided with a dump truck in lancaster county. 6 people were hurt four, children. officials say none of the injuries are life throatenning. life threatening. the crash is under investigation. police are looking for two gunmen who robbed students during a home invasion. one of the victims told "action news" he and his roommate were outside when two men walked up and pistol whipped them. five of the people were tied up while the crooks stole wall let's and xboxs and cell phones. we'll have more on "action news" at 4:00 p.m. >> police have a suspect in
custody in connection with the murder of a prison guard last week. lottie denny was found stabbed inside her home on south 63rd street. police took her boyfriend, ronald jones into custody after he was pulled over after driving her vehicle without a license. he is not charged with the murder, but considered a suspect. a police source says jones was released from prison after serving 16 years. authorities are holding him on parol violation while they collect additional evidence. the world health organization sailed nigeria is free of the disease. it came to the biggest city from an airline passenger who carried ebola. in the end they suffered 20 cases and 8 deaths. most of the people in texas who were on the initial watch list
for ebola are in the clear. they passed the 21 day incubation period without showing any signs of the virus. >> to the middle east where u.s. war planes are keeping up strikes on the isis troops on the march. we have more from abc. >> reporter: u.s. airstrikes pounded isis target over the weekend in the bloody fight of the syrian city of kobani. supplies were dropped to help the kurdish forces who were under assault for weeks. a much-needed lifeline. brian wilson is fighting with the kurdish against isis. >> they are brave fighters they need more help. if they had better technology and better weapons they could do it on their own. >> reporter: le the supplies
come from kurdish authorities in iraq. u.n. authorities have confirming that the air dropped supplies have reached the militia. the u.s. wants to support the kurdish forces because in this battle the tide may be turning in the larger exain -- campaign against isis. >> if he continues to present us with major targets as he has done to the kobani area we'll service those targets and we've done so very, very effectively. >> reporter: american officials admit that kobani could fall but insist that the goal is to degrade isis as a whole and pound the lucrative captured oil facilities. one of the airstrikes was the supplies that had fallen outside the drop zone.
the goal is to make sure those supplies don't end up in isis' hands. >> back here the search for two armed robbers who terrorized the employees of chickee and meets. take a close look, one suspect is wearing a chickee and pete's shirt. they ordered the manager and three employees into the freezer. the suspect got away with the cash and the manager was a wedding rings. >> people caught with small amounts of marijuana in philadelphia will no longer end up with a criminal record. the new law went into effect at midnight. anyone caught with an ounce or less will be find with $25 instead of being arrested or getting a criminal record. using the drug in public will get violators an a 100-dollar fine or community service.
turning to accuweather we started off cold this morning. in fact some parts of our region felt temperatures below freezing. sky 6 looking live at atlantic city this noon. the sun is peeking through at times and the sun is warming things up a bit. david murphy is over at the big board with more from accuweather. >> reporter: it was a cold start, take a look at david from perkisie, pennsylvania, my twitter follower who tweeted this picture of the thermometer in the backyard. 39 degrees in philadelphia. even in the city we did manage to dip into the upper 30s briefly. the freezing mark in allentown, 33 in trenton. 30 in atlantic city, that was the low water mark. it was colder in atlantic city than it was in the poconos. it was a frosty morning with scattered frost and frost warnings. that is over, we have cloud cover obscuring the sun.
the clouds have get thicker and eventually we may catch the sprinkles and showers over in the east. that probably isn't until later tonight in most neighborhoods. temperatures are improving, 57 in pottstown, 54 in coatsville. if you're out in berks county or fleetwood you're in the low 50s, 50s on the nose in quakertown. close to 60 in center city and chester. we have 60 on the other side of the river. 62 in woodbine, down in smyrna, delaware, 60. not a lot of wind, but with the cloud cover buildings in it's a cool one, certainly. as we go through the rest of the afternoon, 62 by 4:00. 5:30, 59. and 7:00 p.m., 57. the clouds will be thicker by the evening rush we're likely looking at mostly cloudy skies. not a big need for sunglasses this afternoon, in most cases, but definitely the coat should be part of the package. >> all right, you said it,
david, we'll check in later, thank you. well planning for a healthy future was the goal in center city. ali gorman moderated a discussion on curbing childhood obesity. it was a day-long event, a program led by the blue cross foundation. >> much more ahead on "action news" this noon. a dramatic fire rescue caught on camera. a woman cries for help for her dad trapped in her home and several people put their lives at risk to save him. >> it could change the way we pay. see how the just launched apple pay work on the new iphones. david murphy is back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues in just a moment. are you busy?
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for their quick-thinking actions that saved another man's life. one of the men heard cries for help coming from a burning home. a fire is that started inside a garage was engulfing a neighboring house trapping robert wells in his kitchen. three strangers went inside and carried him out of the house just in time. >> we were carrying him out and we were passing the garage when we heard an explosion out of nowhere. >> the identity of the two other good samaritans remains a mystery. they left the home after rescuing wells. gas prices dropped over the weekend. in philadelphia, the average price is 3.20. drivers in delaware are paying 2.955 on average. in south jersey, the price is 2.88. analysts say the prices at the pump will remain low because of
lower crude oil prices. >> apple pay was launched today and our alicia vitarelli shows us how it works. >> reporter: today the company that revolutionized how we listener to music and use our phone is betting we can do it with the way away pay. >> i don't want to carry cash. he created apple pay one of the most buzzed about features on the i've phone 6 and 6 plus. you can use it at 200,000 stores. >> take it out of your pact and bring it to the terminal and that's it. >> reporter: purchasing power literally at your finger tips. >> i'll put my finger on there. and i just paid for it. it was that simple. >> reporter: the big question what if your phone gets lost or stolen. it is locked with touch i.d. so they can't unlock it. >> reporter: security is much
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moving again. >> time to save with 6abc this noon with halloween almost here it's time to think about the perfect costume, as amy buckman tells us you don't have to shell out a lot of money to have a great "fright night." >> reporter: halloween is quickly approaching before you shell out big bucks at a costume store check out your local thrift shop. here at the goodwill, you can save big. >> halloween will be for adults this career, it's on friday
night, come to goodwill and have some fun. >> reporter: if you're creative you can find what you need to make in-demand costumes like these from frozen. >> this is regular gown painted with glitter and jewels. this is a table cloth that sells for 99 cents. this little if you fur is a 1.9. the wig was 4.99. anna is more remarkable bus this is not a dress, this a table cloth and one piece vest and apply tape and construction paper. >> reporter: this nerd costume was less than $11. the shop has ready-made costumes some brand new in their original packaging and some gently used. >> they are beautiful costumes
that somebody spent a lot of money on, we sell them for 24.99. >> reporter: whether you're the creative type, or like the ready-made costumes, don't worry they keep stocking them at the goodwill store right through halloween. >> it could be a bit of a struggle this weekend getting the coat over the costume. >> reporter: not this week if there's any precirnlt garden. -- prekindergarten. >> nothing harder that being superman with a parka on. >> reporter: we have no rain out there, we have had cloud cover increasing a little bit as we have gone through the morning. those are petunias in manayunk. the sun is disappearing behind the clouds where the flowers are located. we have highlights to your
forecast. we had our first tro frost this morning with temperatures around the freezing mark. now we'll transition into cloudy and damp weather. 57 degrees and dry. the dewpoint is downer to 39. the -- down to 39. the winds are out of the south at 11. cloudy cover is sweeping in getting thicker. there are holes in the clouds, but we're seeing sun out there. as we go through the afternoon hours, the thicker clouds will move east, we'll pick up a brief sprinkle or shower probably not until later tonight. 57 degrees in allentown. 58 in reading. 62 in philadelphia. we'll repeat it in wilmington and dover. cape may, 62. atlantic city, which oddly enough was a cool spot at 30 and may end up as one of the milder spots at 63. 61 degrees by 3:00 p.m. with the high of 62 armed 4:00 p.m.
60 by 55:00 p.m. 57 by 7:00 p.m. and 56 by 9:00 p.m. the low is 53 which is not bad. notice how we're not looking at lows in the 30s any more. at worst around 6:00 p.m., we'll be in the upper 40s or low 50s. future tracker in the afternoon shows an i be crease in temperature -- an increase in temperatures with philadelphia going up to 667 degrees by afternoon. future tractor sweeps the clouds out by midday. in the afternoon, especially the late afternoon hours and evening we'll be looking at pin wheeling areas of precipitation that could be spotty in nature, but the best chance of that is later tomorrow afternoon and thursday night is unsettled with a chance of rain at times.
the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, increasing sun, high of 62. what you would expect to experience this time of year. tomorrow, 67. late in the day there's a chance of a spotty pop-up sprinkle or shower. on wednesday a better chance of rain and drizzle at times with the high of 58. but this is not a washout by any stretch. the rain and drizzle will be spotty and here or there. but a better chance of it on wednesday. thursday, cloudy, high of 59. chance of a lingering shower or two, but the low that's going past us is not that robust in terms of precipitation, it will keep us under the clouds for a couple of days. by the weekend, 64 partly sunny. saturday, a beautiful day, nice and breezy, autumnal 67. and sunday, in the mid 60s. >> stray on top of the changing
weather situation at 6abc.com/weather there you'll find storm tracker 6 live radar with the hourly and seven-day forecast. you can watch "action news" videos and watch our collection of weather-related images. the eagles are back from the bye and preparing for sunday's game in arizona. peyton manning made football history. he has 510 touchdown passes in his career. with the world series between the giants and the royals, two radio stations in the city are refusing to play the song until the world series is over. kansas radio is firing back, one station said it will play royals every hour on the hour tomorrow in honor of the first game!
>> "dancing with the stars" alum lea remini will be filling in for erine an driewls who is covering the world series. pitbull will serves the night's guest judge as well as performing the hit single fireball. you can see it tonight on "dancing with the stars" at 10:00 p.m. beckett and cowsle investigate the shooting of an ice cream vendor and clues leave them to suspect an unknown second grade child might help them solve the case. seal it right here at 10:00 p.m. on 6abc. tweet while you're watching
cruising the hatch tag castle 6abc. britain's duke and dutchess of cambridge have confirmed the month of the arrival of the principal's brother or sister in april. kate continues to improve after dealing with a bout of morning sickness she and william plan to welcome the singapore president when he arrives later this weekend. >> we have a cooler accuweather forecast. >> reporter: the clouds are starting to grow, not on us, in the sky. we have temperatures topping out in the upper 50s in the northern and western suburbs. clouds are on the march. quakertown will get up to 57. we'll get up to 60 in lancaster. in the central portion of the region 60 or so from hockessin
delaware. trenton itself only 50 degrees, down the shore, 63 in sea isle and atlantic city, clouds on the increase today. >> thank you. >> if you're looking for a distraction this afternoon check out these stories at 6abc.com. see how the internet was rallied through social media to send a boy with cancer to the world series. meet a toddler who can't stand up in his depictable me costume. that's going to do it for "action news" at noon, don't forget to watch "action news" at 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00. >> for sarah bloomquist, david murphy and the entire "action news" team i'm rick williams. have a nice afternoon, see you tonight!
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