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>> good morning, it is 5:30 on this saturday, october 25. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." a man is beaten and shot on a south philadelphia street. he may not be the victim of what police say could have happened. we're learning about the gunman who opened fire inside a washington state high school killing one classmate. >> a strike for septa workers
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on the horizon, we have details of what you need to know before monday, but, first, chris sowers joins us with what you need to know about the all important forecast. >> reporter: let's get you started with the center city skyline. we have no clouds out there, no precipitation, it's a quiet morning around the delaware valley. it's chilly out there, we don't have clouds upstairs, we're expecting sunshine. 45 in in quakertown, 46 in martins creek, a little bit below average for this time of year. glassboro, 40. buena 41 and woodbine 47. we had high, thin clouds in the evening last night, but that's
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pulling away. clear skies across southeastern pennsylvania, high clouds pushing into western pennsylvania as i speak. we're expecting a nice day, lots of sunshine. here's the morning outlook, temperatures climbing into the 50s, 9:00 a.m., 55 degrees, 10:00 we're up to 58. as we look ahead looks like a nice weekend overall. it will turn windy, the wind will gust tomorrow, back to the 70s we go next week. i'll have the details in the seven day when i come back in just a bit. >> new this morning, a man is recovering in the hospital after being hit with a baseball bat and shot. police are trying to determine if the couple that did it, because the man was trying to break into their car. it happened in the queen section of the city. the 36-year-old kensington man was hit so hard with the bat that the bat broke. when he tried to run away from
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the couple the women pulled a gun and shot him in the left leg. police say it looks like someone broke into a car on the street. the couple ran off, officers are trying to find them. now to the latest on the deadly shooting inside a washington state high school. more details are emerging this morning built alleged gunman jaylen fryburg. he was not a loner, very popular on the football team, as this video shows recently named homecoming prince. a media social account says he was struggling someone, possibly an argument over a girl. he killed one classmate and wounded four others before turning the gun on himself. >> possible shooting at the high school in the cafeteria. >> reporter: that police scanner describing the scene at
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mariesville high school. >> we have two involved, two deceased. >> reporter: two at the local hospital, the other two at harbor view medical center. on the scene, motive is unclear. were they targeted specifically. that is something police here are trying to figure out. but eyewitnesses and law enforcement sources identify the shooter as jay rent fryburg. during a lunch session he opens fire in the cafeteria. >> i hear four gunshots, i looked behind me and i saw a gunpointed at this one table. >> the school in lockdown, students huddled in classrooms after -- only let out until
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after the threat was gun, a girl was killed. the weapon used was acquired legally. abc news, los angeles. >> police are investigating a deadly crash involving a pedestrian. chopper 6 was over the scene in trenton. police say a pedestrian was hit by are a car before 9:30 p.m. the driver stopped shortly after the incident no word if the driver will face charges in the accident. chopper 6hd was above the scene of a shooting of a 16-year-old boy in northern liberties. it happened at 9:00 p.m. on fairmount avenue. no word on his condition. police are looking for two men seen leaving the scene on foot. a storied high school football rivalry did not takes place at central bucks west high school because the football season was canceled that meant no homecoming game against
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central bucks east. the decision came following hazing allegations. the district found several freshmen on the team were forced to perform humiliation acts. most of the students we spoke with were disappointed how the decision and the acts that prompted it have affected it. >> to go to the biggest game of the year and find out it's canceled is definitely disappointing. >> every member of the coaching staff has been suspended for allowing the situation to get out of control. as the manhunt for accused cop killer eric frein continues a man is charged by police for lying to police saying that frein asked for entrance into canada and needed false
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identity. it isn't true. frein has been on the run since killing an officer in the poconos another officer was killed. tom wolf will get some big star power in the days before election day, president obama is expected to make a stop in the keystone state. wolf is challenging tom corbett for his seat in harrisburg. matt o'donnell spoke with candidates for a special inside story. both candidates for pennsylvania governor stopped by our studios sitting down for exclusive one on one. >> what they call a progressive or federal style income tax. >> what about you and the fees that have gone up uncapping the
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franchising. >> i want to talk about -- you're all over the place. >> when i came into the office i did not run on transportation. >> am i wrong. >> democrat and business aman tom bofl is seeking a new day in harrisburg. >> he wants to raise state income taxes, we wanted to know by how much. >> you haven't told anyone how much more the increase would be for people that would see higher taxes, could you at least even right now state, all right i'm going to cap it at 10%, 15%, 20%, can you do that? >> no i can't. it will be less than that. >> it will be less than 10%, yeah. >> less than 5%. >> we'll talk about education funding and dealing with the legislature, marijuana laws and porn gate. both gubernatorial candidates their issues, their responses on inside story sunday on 6abc.
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i'm matt o'donnell. channel 6 "action news." >> as you heard matt mention you can watch more with his one on one interviews with candidate tom wolf and governor tom corbett that's tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. on abc. septa union workers in the city may hit the picket line. 234 will meet tomorrow to take a strike authorizationing vote. there's no word on when they might go on strike if approved. a press conference will be held sunday afternoon to discuss why the union is unhappy with the current contract. they have been working without a contract since march. they will continue working toward a new agreement. the struggling casino
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industry has lost its bid for legalized sports betting. even though the new jersey legislature passed sports betting with the support of governor christie, the courts decided it's in conflict with federal law. one of america's oldest school marked a major mile stone, penn charter was found in 1689. ed rendell marked the big occasion, as you can see from the video, the kids more than happy to be there. >> there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning, facebook just got a lot smarter. we'll show you who created an account and about his first coat. plus halloween is around
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the corner, we'll help you save on the costumes. >> we have winds coming to the area, up 3035 miles per hour. wait until you see what the winds do to the temperatures, i'll have a pleasant surprise for
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>> a town on hawaii's big island is in dairm -- danger, a
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molten river of lava is traveling toward it. it traveled the equivalent of 6 football fields in the past two days, it's a mile from the small town. ten thousand people live there and evacuations could be there days away. it's a watch and see situation. >> could you imagine we have rain on the way, snow on the way, we have lava on the way. >> it's one of those things you expect. >> not at all. there's the view in atlantic city, we're waking up to temperature in the low 40s in parts of the area. philadelphia we're sitting at 48 degrees. that's the official number at the airport. a little bit milder in the city itself. winds out of the west/southwest at 3 miles per hour. 43 in allentown, trenton, 48. millville, 41 they are in the low 50s on the coast thanks to
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the milder ocean temperatures. satellite and radar showing cloud cover across the great lakes. but really that's about it. across eastern pennsylvania, most of new jersey the delmarva getting into the virginias and carolinas as we look further down the road there's not much going on. this system here up into canada that will stay to the north. the air behind the front is pacific in origin it's not arctic. so the air is not going to drop off all that much. today we're ahead of it winds out of the southwest 70 degrees, a ton of sunshine, it's going to be a terrific saturday. as we head into sunday, the low off to the north, high pressure buildings in we get the wind tunnel effect. that will bring the winds, we'll say anywhere from gusts 30 to 35 miles per hour. combination of sun and clouds, temperature wise we're in the mid 60s, sunday is a nice day, but with the wind it will feel chilly. here's the pattern next week, once again we'll see the 70s
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return, the jet stream climbs into canada, that allows the wind to shift out of the southwest for everybody east of the mississippi river looks like temperatures, again, well up into the 70s, real nice stuff is on on the way. allentown, gorgeous, mostly sunny, 69 degrees, atlantic city, same thing abundant sunshine. maybe a little bit of a breeze, 67. philadelphia, 70 degrees, mostly sunny, mild, the normal 64. we're well above average, wind out of the west at 5 to 15 miles per hour. overnight tonight, partly cloudy, seasonable, 45 degrees, outlying suburbs, 53 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 5 day at 5. tomorrow, a little bit wind, otherwise it's a nice day again, sun and clouds, 65. monday, seasonable, sunny, 65 degrees, tuesday big warmup, temperatures jump into the mid 70s, for now we'll go 75.
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i have seen a couple of forecast models that went to take the temperature a tad warmer. it's gorgeous ten above average. wednesday another cold front pulls through, a couple of showers are possible, another highs in the 70s. it's beyond wednesday and thursday and halloween that's when the temperatures drop off. coming up in the next half-hour, i'll show you how low they go. it's not too terribly bad, a lot cooler. >> it is halloween. >> reporter: it should feel like halloween. >> don't forget you can take with you. the new smart design fits any device you have, whether it's your tablet or smart phone, no matter how large or small that screen. check it out by visiting anytime anywhere. you could share a brief history of time with stephen hawking, the thee -- theoriccal
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>> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m. on this saturday october 25. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." philadelphia police are searching for a man who allegedly used a wheelchair as a decoy before stealing a donation jar. a bucks county teen said she is the victim of bullying and assault at her high school. she talks exclusively with "action news." 200 millions dollars is up for grabs in the mega millions drawing, we'll let you know if
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there are any big birns. >> birns -- winners. let's go over to chris sowers and talk about winning. >> reporter: it was a picture perfect day yesterday was so nice, today we'll have mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the 60s. those of you in atlantic city, not much going on, we have clear skies and seasonable temperatures, although it's a lot cooler than where we were yesterday at this time. even though the numbers are where they should they should be for this time of the year, they are cooler than yesterday. millville, 38 degrees, wilmington, 47 degrees. you'll need something with sleeves. we have a system up here across the provinces of canada that will skirt on to the north that will not affect us. it will bring a trailing cold