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facility. and an ages old tradition makes wishes come true for philadelphia. >> and the big story is the war of words between mayor michael nutter and donald trump. that is right nutter referred to trump as an expletive during a news conference yesterday among other things responding to trump's call to ban muslims from entering the u.s. and the presidential front man responded saying quote, is doing a terrible job and should be ashamed in using a disgusting word about me, low life. kenneth moton is live now with the latest. >> reporter: rick and sara, nutter versus trump and trump versus muslims around the world, the billionaire is already losing business in other countries but losing support
from leaders overseas. donald trump mixing celebrity and politics. over increased criticism over his travel ban in the u.s. >> this is about safety. trump received applause here and across the globe, condemnation, and there say move to see trump. there is a petition to keep the billion out of the country received thousands of signatures on the apartment website. >> we don't want people in the country that conduct themselves fz such a matter and donald trump is in that category. >> it makes our job of reaching out to people and sharing the real america just that much more complicated and that much more difficult.
trump is not showing signs of slowing down in the polls. >> i think if he keeps an option open to run as an independent it keeps it open for him. >> trump is headed to israel at the end of the month, to meet with prime minister benjamin netanyahu. >> thank you. back here the report of fumes led to the brief evacuation of the dialysis center in the springfield garden section, firefighter cleared the building and it's not clear what type of fumes were released if any and staff and patients were evacuated as a precaution.
"action news" was there for the ground breaking of the brand new headquarters of subaru on admiral wilson boulevard, "action news" reporter, annie mccormick is there for the day's events and joins us live now for what it means for the city of camden. annie? >> reporter: that is right, we are choosing to move here from their current headquarters in cherry hill and there are 700 employees here that will move in 2017 and they will be next to campbell soups headquarters, and this is part of a corporate office park. with a little help from camden high's marching band. they are keeping to the roots that didn't start in pennsauken almost 50 years ago, they almost made the corpse look elsewhere for a better deal now they are
staying after working with the state. >> we have grown at 17% per year and this year we are adding 70 new positions at our corporate headquarters building, our intense is to add 100 to 120 new positions. >> through the new jersey development authorities, they have made the state competitive, with other states offering incentives. critics argue the new plan for residents for the quota of new employees from the city, they are working from expanding the public transportation from the site and now it's a mile long, from those that call camden home, subaru has committed to that. you want to see announcements we made in 2014 and 2015, we are cutting ribbons and opening
office doors in many places and we are retaining jobs in new jersey and creating jobs in camden is critical to the work we are doing. >> reporter: and there are requirements for the tax credit program you must be here for 15 years and meet employment requirements as well. reporting live in camden, annie mccormick, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. two people were killed in a crash in bucks coins, chopper 6 hd was over the scene on route 202, in new hope last night. police say that a nissan suv and a volvo station wagon collided head-on and the driver of the nissan was flown to the hospital. firefighters battled a fast moving blaze at an abandoned home on the 600 block of
brooklyn street last night. when firefighters arrived there were heavy flames on the third and fourth floors. they believe that scatters were living in the house. turning to the weather it's not feeling like the holiday season, who is complaining? i'm not. warm coats were needed as they head to center city. the temperatures rise throughout the day, or even flirting with record temperatures by the week's end. meteorologist, david murphy is joining us with the details and our unusually warm weather and breaking temperatures. >> especially on sunday, but saturday will get close, i'm happy with the fleece out here on the terrace, there are cloud cover that started to fill in over the last few hours, we were expecting this and clouds are high and thin enough in most neighborhoods sunshine is breaking through, with the
morning sunshine in play, we have popped that temperature up and up to 55 degrees currently, and 52 in wilmington and suburbs in the northern half lagging behind a bit and stel in the 40s in lancaster and allentown and 40 on the nose in mt. pocono, 13 miles per hour in philadelphia right now and a lot of other spots less than that. and the 13 is more or less as high as it's going to go. probably get up to 56, wouldn't be surprised to see 57 on local therapy meters, the overnight low 46, not as cool tonight and we are kept well above the average low, what comes next? as we go through the week swra big ridge of high pressure from the east and the flow of warm air will get us into the 60s, and perhaps the upper 60s before the weekend. as we step inside. i'll show you the numbers in the
accuweather seven day. >> really nice, thank you david. dozens of women will have their wishes granted. the operation santa on chestnut street in center city. volunteers can read a letter written by a local child by mailing them items from their wish list, a chance for strangers to not otherwise put gifts under the tree, we have until this friday to join the program. >> there is much more coming this afternoon at noon, a meeting turns into an all out brawl, and a new mexico man helps himself to mom's stew. by breaking in and germany's chancellor, angela merkel makes the cover of "time" magazine. [ dog barks ]
to change the town marshall. it's unclear what started the fight and no arrests were made. a battle of words on facebook led to a pregnant woman being stabbed at a nightclub. it was all caught on surveillance video, it involved a woman approaching another woman at the bar, perring was 5 months pregnant and said that haring attacked and stabbed her. they said it was perring and her sister that started the melee, and harding is behind bars facing assault charges. a woman faces charges for allegedly trying to use craigslist to find a baby for her teenage daughter, it suggests mothers drop off any unwanted babies in a baby box.
the 47-year-old woman placed to ad to get a baby for her 14-year-old daughter, she wanted a baby and she decided to help her get one. >> if you don't want your child and you can't afford it or whatever situation are you in, and then okay maybe we can work something out. the juvenile faces charges related to the ad. chipotle is to blame after 90 people were sick from boston college, and the basketball team. it was norovirus, including stomach pain, nausea and fever. >> my friend was in the infirmary, there were ten people in the waiting room with buckets throwing up. >> an employee went to work sick
last week and the restaurant has closed the location until the cause of the illness can be determined. >> an albuquerque man is accused of breaking into his own mother's house just to steal a pot of stew, they have arrested 23-year-old jonathan ray, he texted his mother asking for some and she said no, and he broke into her home and took some of the corn based dish for herself. she found the gate broken and the pot of stew was missing. >> it was an unusual surprise in melbourne beach florida, hundreds of pots of coffee washed up on the beach here, cargo fell off the ship, and coffee drinker as like scooped up the coffee cans in a couple of hours. still ahead on "action news" at noon, we could be flirting with new record highs, david murphy has the details in
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pepsi has announce that it is bringing back crystal pepsi for a limited time and the catch is you cannot buy it in a store, pepsi is holding a contest to give away 13,000 six-packs, it takes place tomorrow and friday through the crystal pepsi app. despite its short shelf life it has maintained a loyal following. a new warning about flavored e-cigarettes, researchers discovered that 75% contain a flavor chemical that is links to respiratory disease, a disease called popcorn lung, the disease that first appeared in workers that inhaled artificial butter flavoring for popcorn. >> life expectancy has stalled over the last few years, a
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too bad. 38 in allentown and 45 in reading and 52 in wilmington and 51 inon and 50 in cape may. satellite shows you how the cloud cover has gotten thicker, there is decent sunny breaks in delaware and south jersey, and most of the clouds you are looking at are high, and thin enough that sunshine is breaking through, a bit milder than yesterday with a high of 50 or so, down the shore we have a high of 56 degrees, and a bit milder down the shore as well than what we had yesterday, the same story in philadelphia, sunny and a tad warmer, we stopped at 50 degrees and today we go 56 and winds out of the south at 6 to 12 miles per hour. clouds built in tonight and we
continue with the southerly wind coming in at 5 to 10 miles per hour, that helps to raise temperatures beneath the clouds and the average low though is down to the freezing mark and that is much milder than it was the last couple of overnights, in the between the two reporting periods, we have the afternoon commute and no real issues here and winds on the light side and 53 by 4:00 and 50 by 5:30, and then we get into the overnight hours, and starting at 8:00 or 9:00 tonight there is a possibility of an isolated pop-up or shower. i want to show it to you if are you driving around, not a big deal and by morning the precip chance is gone and cloudy to start out as the sun comes back later in the day, today's high is in the mid-50s and tomorrow getting up to 60 and as the warm front gets past us, we get into the mild sector of the storm system and it's even milder
around here, 56 and partly sunny, it's a decent afternoon and tomorrow milder with a high of 60 and still on the mild side with a high of 61, we are saving the best for the weekend if are you heading to the lincoln financial field for the army navy game and record warmth is possible and the record high is 65 and we'll go 67, isn't that a nice forecast for mid-december for the eagles and bills. hopefully it's a nice game for the eagles too. there is a front coming through with increasing clouds and we'll get late day or night time rain and a high of 63, that is not bad, and then we go back to 54 for a high, you know what that 54 is still 6, or 7 degrees above average. >> it seems like the golf courses are opening back up. >> why not? >> i know people that go out in the snow so they are probably out there now.
>> be sure to join us, mother nature sends us snow, and tomorrow night here on 6 abc. most parents are glad that one toy showed up did not wind up on their child's wish list, this is a shop kins toy that sold for $120,000 on eastbound, but there is just one of this gemastone based on a piece of crystal, the whipping bid came from florida, there are individual shop kins figure reasons but most of them sell for $10. still more ahead on "action news," a hot ticket item for the holiday season is also a dangerous one. there are pictures of a hover
board catching on fire. why he is on the cover of "time" magazine. it's being a food paparazzi. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet. as it should. and a takeout romantic. dessert! happy anniversary. life is mucho, and grande. life is eating, laughing, loving and a place to enjoy it together. ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine
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california, we are live with the latest and this season's most popular gift may be the most dangerous, the video capturing a recurring problem with hover boards. >> a tradition more than 100 years old, operation santa is in full swing. we'll tell you how to be a part of giving a happy holiday to children in need. a neighbor of the terrorist responsible for the deadly rampage in san bernardino, may face charges. investigators say that the neighbor bought two of the assault style weapons used in the attacks. marcy gonzales joins us with the details. >> a new revelation from the fbi about online discussions the killer couple had about terrorism as early as two years ago. >> new insight into the couple that carried out the terror attacks in san bernardino. new video showing