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>> good morning it is 5:30 saturday, november 8. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." two police officers are injured following a chase and crash in the northeast. a tearful vigil is held for a little boy who died at the hands of his own mother. a cold start to the weekend, you'll need the coat and scarf before heading out this morning. meteorologist chris sowers joins us with the accuweather forecast.gist chris sowers joins i had a feeling this day was coming. >> reporter: you're going to need a hot cup of coffee or cocoa. coldest night in seven months.
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let's go live to atlantic city, the temperatures have dropped off. it's 34 in philadelphia. one of the warmer locations. 31 in allentown. 27 in the poconos. lancaster, 30 degrees. dover, 32. millville. 31. there's not much of a breeze, but when you factor it in, it makes the air temperatures feel like the 20s. if you're going out wear a heavier coat. allentown feels like 25. 29 in the poconos. 26 in trenton. 27 in philadelphia. as we look at the satellite and the radar there's nothing going on in the immediate mid atlantic or the immediate delaware valley. you have to go out here 700 miles to the west get into the central great lake states to pick up any moisture. that's in the form of a cold front that will sneak through overnight.
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it's weak and we won't see much moisture with it. 41 degrees by 9:00. lunchtime, 47 topping out at 50 degrees by 3:00. 6:00 p.m. we're down to 48. as we look ahead looks like a quiet weekend overral. we have cold shot coming later this week. i'll talk about that in the seven day. >> the action cam is live on the scene of a fire in maple shade burlington county. you can see that home is fully involved in flames. we have learned that the roof of the home has collapsed. firefighters are battling a blaze on the 600 block of styles avenue near the intersection of route 73. several neighboring fire departments have been called to contain the blaze. we see the report of one person being treated for minor injuries. route 73 is closed in both
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directions between high and main streets due to the fire apparatus that you can see on the scene. south jersey motors has been in business for 30 years. the roof of the building just collapsed as the flames continue. we'll keep you updated on the situation as the information comes on air and online. other news we have new information on two philadelphia police officers who were injured in a chase that ended in a crash. it happened after 10:30 and blocked part boulevard at langdon street. police say the driver of a cadillac that caused the accident was spotted minutes before of selling marijuana on the 5100 block of frankford avenue. >> when officers attempted to pull the driver of the car selling the drugs, he took off at a high rate of speed striking the officers and dragging four
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of them and jurying two of them. the -- injurying two of them. after this auto accident the male resisted arrest. he had to be tasered. >> the drug seller is discharged with aggravated assault and resisting arrest and other narcotics offenses. the driver of the honda is hospitalized with head injuries. one officer broke a hand when he was dragged, the other officer has an injured leg. the original buyer of the drugs was arrested near the frankford avenue scene. >> new overnight a man was hit by a car mayfair. the driver stopped. the victim was rushed to the hospital for treatment. police are trying to figure out how the accident happened. a vigil light vigil was held for little scott
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mcmillan. thousands shared their sorrow and simple thee for the 3-year-old -- sympathy. >> reporter: this chester county community prayed and sang and held their children close remembering scottie mcmillan savagely killed at the hands of his mother. authorities charged his mother and boyfriend with first degree murder. the district attorney announcing he will seek the death penalty. >> he was lashed with a metal rod. he was tied to a chair and beaten. he was tide upside down by his feet and beaten. his head was smashed through a wall. >> reporter: the accused couple lived with tait's two children
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in this trailer. this woman worked with the three adults and said she knew something was not right in the home. >> he was angry and scary. >> reporter: they not only mourned scottie, but he was shot his former wife on monday and turned the gun on himself. the pastor will say pray for families of both tragedies and hope those in harms way. >> we disguise ourselves because we have problems, we all have problems, we need help and when we need help we should seek it. >> gary fellenbaum's mom defended her son saying she was shocked by the charges and he liked children.
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reporting from passion beggar, - parksburg, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> go to 6abc.com/"action news" to see them or add a picture of your own. 15-year-old andrew fryburg died last night. he was the 4th student to die at the hands of his cousin, jaylen friew burger. a -- fryburg. a institute teacher is recovering after being attacked by a student. the violent video shows the teacher being attacked by the
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student at bartram high school in south philadelphia. the student is suspended and facingxpulsion. kassim hill is facing charges after luring a 14-year-old girl into his home. his parents surrendered him to authorities yesterday, the victim's family said she is traumatized. >> yesterday we found her hiding under the bed. she had to be poked prodded, pictures taken of her, it was embarrassing and humiliating. she had to take medication to make sure she wasn't given anything by this perpetrator. >> i saw him in there crying, i'm looking at him, when my niece was screaming and crying
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for him to stop for what he was doing to her, what was the sympathy for that. >> barns was officially charged yesterday with attempted murder, sexual assault an kidnapping. these charges stem from last month's abduction of a 16-year-old girl in richmond. authorities say he intended to rape and set the girl on fire, she managed to escape. barns was arrested in jessup maryland when federal officials rescued carlesha freeland-gaither. she is back in philadelphia with her family. eric holder sent a letter thanking the numerous agencies involved in the rescue of carlesha freeland-gaither. he recognize the local investigators saying it was
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quote law enforcement work at its finest. >> septa's largest union signed off with the transit agency. 234 members proved the deal that provides for a 2% raise next month and 3% wage increase next year. the terms were negotiated under threats of a strike last week. the pennsylvania gaming control board announced it will vote on november 18 on a second casino license in philadelphia. four companies are competing for the license. two plan to build in center city the other times near the sports complex. sugarhouse is warning against competition claiming the market is saturated. >> there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. it's the sale of the year. we have details on the big discounts you can get. ahead, people homes and gardens are being invaded by millions and millions of lady bugs.
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>> reporter: eva we're being invaded by cold air. look at the air mass that's on the way by the end of next week, i'll show you what it means for us in the delaware valley when we come right back. merry christmas! thanks but this gift, it's kind of half-fast. what's wrong? we still have cable internet, so our uploads are half the speed of our downloads. so i'll be half-fast when i share my photos. and i'll do a half-fast job updating my blog. wait, is everything under this tree half-fast?
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check this out, an unusual phenomena is making a repeat this autumn in western romania. peoples homes are blanketed by
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lady bugs. they are using insectcides. the only thing to get rid of them is the cold weather. >> reporter: you want to get rid of them, bring them here. we have cold air on the way that will do the trick. it's the coldest weather we've seen in seven months. fortunately it's quiet out there, there's not much going on. today should be a nice, quiet day. tomorrow is not bad, either. that's the view at the philadelphia international airport where it is chilly. 34 degrees in the city with dewpoints also down into -- we're down into the 20s now. winds out of the west at # miles per hour. -- 8 miles per hour.
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31 in allentown. reading 32. the freezing mark is 32 degrees. several locations are below freezing. poconos 27, sea isle city, 36. we are 15 degrees colder than this time yesterday. you factor in the winds feels like the 20s. we have cloud cover sneaking in from the north. places like the lehigh valley starting out with sunshine. we'll see high, thin clouds overspread the area this afternoon. for the immediate delaware valley we'll start out with sun and high, thin clouds as the day wears on. really the on him system out there, is this cold front right here, fortunately most of the moisture for the next 4r-8 hours will pass on by to the north. the cold front comes through and that will recent reenforce the cold air tomorrow.
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arctic air temperatures are in the teens and below zero. that's a wicked shot of cold air, so early in the season greeting the united states, especially the high plains. we have high pressure in control. sunday here's the cold front all the moisture is pulling to the north, the front flies threw. the overall pattern looks like, a little bit of a dip in the jet stream over the mid atlantic and the great lakes. the seasonal average is 60. we are expecting highs 55 today. we start to warm up monday tuesday and wednesday only to see that arctic shot move in by late week. this will be cold enough to drop high temperatures down into the mid 40s. in the city, that is. and colder stuff north ant west. 49 degrees is the forecasted
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high in the lehigh valley. atlantic city, a few degrees warmer. we'll call it partly sunny, cool. 52 degrees is the forecasted high down there. the for philadelphia, 50, splitting the difference. sun and clouds, chilly. winds out of the southwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. overnight tonight we'll see temperatures once again dropping down into the 30s, but not as chilly as this morning. we should reach 50 degrees by 3:00 with a gradual increase in the high, thin clouds. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 57 degrees for sunday becoming sunny. sun and clouds monday, 60 degrees, remember the eagles play monday night football. this will be a chilly game for them. tuesday turning warmer, 67. tuesday is it a nice day. here comes the cold shot. thursday and friday, high temperatures are topping out in the mid 40s. north and west, 40 degrees right on the dot. believe it or not there's a system that we are watch fogger friday. right now temperature-wise it
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could be cold enough for mix bag of rain and wet snow. it's a light system, just the fact that the snow word is in the forecast already it's a little mmm. >> we've had snow in november. >> reporter: we've had snow in november before. >> at least it's not october. don't forget you can take 6abc.com 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 6abc.com anytime anywhere. w brew public only the 4th in the city of philadelphia. melissa magee describesment farm to table approach in this fyi for you. >> reporter: it's all about craft beer from the tap and craft food from the farm. >> we're focused on the food where it comes from.
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>> reporter: the chef creates dishes designed to go with beer. >> once they have these together it makes perfect sense. >> reporter: they make nine styles of beer. >> even though it's dark in color, it's very light. >> reporter: the lager, the perfect sunday football brew. >> you can drink a lot of it, it tastes great. >> reporter: i'm going to name it the football brew. you can see it all being made in the public's 15-barrel brewery on the second story. >> it's nice to show off what we're doing. >> reporter: people want to see the process.
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"healthcheck" this morning, government officials say millions of women are putting their health on the line because
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they are missing out for screening for cervical cancer. the cdc said 8 million american women between 21 and 65 have not been screened in the past five years. more than half of the new cervical cases are women who have never been screened or rarely screened. women under 30 should be screened every 3 years, women 30 to 65 every five years. if you're uninsured their free screening services. botox and other treatments are not as risky as some might think. researchers evaluated 20,000 cosmetic procedures performed at clinic throughout the country. they found one in every 400 procedures led to a problem. the best way to protect yourself is to see a doctor who specializes in such treatments. the cdc said navel spray version of the flu vaccine did
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not protect young children against swine flu last winter and it might not work this year. researchers said flu mist had little or no effect on young kids. why it didn't work, it isn't clear. early tracking suggests swine flu won't be a big player. other flus will be the major threat and the vaccine works against those. another study finds mothers contribute to their child's language development more than father. researchers attached devices to 32 infants. they 70% of adult initiated language came from mothers. 20% came from dads, usually only if mothers were around responding, as well. 10% of adult responses to infants occurred in the absence
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6:00 a.m. on this saturday, november 8. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." a temple university student becomes a victim of a shooting after someone opens fire at a party. this is no pipe dream plans to bltd a pipeline -- a pipeline in delaware county means hundreds of jobs. >> hello cold weather, temperatures dropped into the 30s overnight. meteorologist chris sowers joins us with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. you are loving it. he loves the cold weather. >> reporter: i would like to see a little bit of snow. let's go live on sky 6. we're talking about temperatures in the 30s, some locations are in the 20s. meanwhile, there's a beautiful shot of the camden water front. the sun is starting to rise, pretty

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