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frontal boundary stalled off the eastern seaboard and what is happening low pressure is forming right along it off the coast of the carolinas and this low pressure like many of the storms this winter is tracking more westerly and that is what pulls the moisture inland and at the same time the temperatures are a limiting factor you are thinking what? it's 50 degrees in philadelphia, that is why it's all rain off the coast but up north temperatures are in the 30s. that low pressure will pull down the wins from the north and that will produce colder air and that will change the rain over to snow in the overnight hours. the winter weather advisory goes into effect at 10:00 tomorrow morning, this is a quick hitting event, this is for most of our viewing area for lancaster, berks or the poconos. this is off the coast and a sharp western edge to the precipitation. really we are getting brushed with the system and the problem
is the timing. this is when we'll have the snow falling and this will effect visibility and where it snows hard enough it will stick to the roads, where it is snowing light it will just be wet. it begins as rain, we get the change over to snow. the morning rush hour is snowy and visibility is an issue and some slushy spots and it moves out in the middle of the morning tomorrow. i'll talk about what to expect behind the system coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> we'll check back if later thank you. of course the "action news" morning team has you covered during the potential rush hour mess, david, matt and karen will be on the air at 4:00 a.m. meanwhile, in new jersey last month's blizzard was the topic of conversation today. officials from governor chris christie's office held two storm assistance workshops from
representatives from several agencies and people were edge to ask questions and get information on damage issues and cleanup. police in cumberland county are investigating a crash that left a school bus on its side. chopper 6 hd over the scene on east commerce road in fairfield township. the driver of the car that hit the school bus died at the scene. four students and an 82-year-old bus aide were taken to the hospital. we'll have more tonight on "action news" at 6:00. four teenagers are now in custody following a series of armed robberies on the schuylkill trail. they happened minutes apart on sunday night and a third less than 24 hours ago, the teenagers are only facing charges related to last night's holdup but police are trying to connect the dots. for more we turn to sara bloomquist live in spring garden
tonight. >> reporter: rick, police have charged the two 16-year-olds and two 17-year-olds in connection with last night's attack along the schuylkill river trail, this is an ongoing problem and groups of teenage boys harassing and robbing people along this popular trail. those we talked to out here today hope these arrests help to bring it to an end. >> the schuylkill river trail is a highlight of the city with runners and walkers enjoying the paths all hours of the day and night. but in recent months there is a series of attacks by teenage boys on bicycles. >> we have all seen it, groups of kids come up to you on a bike and do a wheelie in your face. >> sunday night they approached two males separately only minutes apart at 8:30 p.m. they brandished what appeared to be a weapon and demanded cell phones and cash. and last night before 9:00 the
teenagers targeted a man walking along the trail and pulled a weapon and demanded his cell phone and other items. >> when he refused to unlock the phone they assaulted him and punched him and kicked him. >> they made off with a cell phone, laptop and ipad. >> police have stepped up patrols on the trail and officers caught up with two of the suspects and took them into custody, they have the victim's belongings and a b.b. gun. people enjoying the trail were glad to hear of the arrest tired of the teens terrorizing the trail. >> especially when the kids are together it's scary. hopefully it sends a message and makes people feel safer. >> reporter: so two suspects were taken into custody last night and two surrendered today and they are all charge ready assault, robbery and related offenses. coming up on "action news" at
6:00, councilwoman johnson talks about his efforts to improve safety on this trail. >> thank you. a south jersey high school teacher accused of possessing child pornography. appears before a judge via video conference. they set bail and he must turn over his passport and cannot access the computer or internet. he works as a teacher at cumberland high school in bridgeton. the new hampshire primary is just five days away, and two polls that two favorites are emerging. bernie sanders checking in with 58%. the massachusetts surveyed voters and found him almost 20% over hillary clinton, despite her narrow win in iowa. meantime on the republican side, donald trump at 36% and marco rubio 15% and ted cruz 14%
coming in third. the push is on to gather any last minute support for them and the other republicans. marcy gonzales is in new hampshire with the rest of the developments. >> reporter: with donald trump ahead by 20 points in the latest new hampshire poll, ted cruz is on the trail with a new line of fire. >> jimmy carter -- endorsed donald trump. i am not making that up. >> talking about this video of the
former president that cruz is using in a campaign ad. >> i think i would choose trump, he has proven he is -- fixed opinions -- go to the white house and fight for -- >> trump it brushing it off. >> he has good taste. >> and now days before the primary he and another candidates are keeping jam packed schedules.
but dr. ben carson is still taking
time off his team confirming 30 staff positions are being cut today in what they call a reorganization, helping him to more efficiently make it to the finish line and both campaigns are in full force, sanders and clinton both spending today prepping for the debate. and the republicans getting ready their debate two days away and you'll see it saturday night here on abc. >> thank you marcy. and i'll be traveling to new hampshire to cover the country's first primary election of 2016, watch for my reports starting here on sunday on "action news.." and philadelphia is winding down catholic schools week with an announcement. the faith in the future foundation, archbishop chaput made the announcement, they will continue to manage the high
schools and foundations for the next seven years. chaput says when they started the program they were not sure if it would work. >> entered into a contract for a limited time to test it. it's tested and found worthy. >> catholic schools week found final based education and runs through saturday. >> septa officials issued a safety reminder for anyone that drives over train tracks after two disabilities cars were hit by trains and a septa car was hit in conshohocken after it got stuck on the tracks and last night a freight train hit a car in gladwyne. no one was hurt in either case if are you in the same situation and see a train coming you should run toward the train. >> get out of the car and leave everything behind and run in the direction of the train traveling
from at a 45 degree angle, because when the train hits the car there could be debris flying. >> are you urged to call septa or 911 and give them a heads up. time for a check of our "action news" traffic report thursday night. lets go to matt pellman in the traffic center. >> safety is the name of the game and most drivers are driving safely on the schuylkill expressway but driving slowly. 202 in king of prussia to this points at the blue route on to the conshohocken curve and you are driving slowly if you are a see avenue driver, by st. joe's the traffic lights are not working it's a mess if you head towards the main line you may want to use montgomery instead and township line at drexel avenue watch for ago accidents and a crash in delco at 252, at gradiville and media line roads, and wrightstown township looking
for an accident at 214 by the post office. we'll check it again rick and monica coming up in the next half hour. >> see you then thank you. much more ahead on "action news" tonight. a push to rebuild the middle class in new jersey, how lawmakers are working to raise the minimum wage in the garden state. and a congressional hearing on drug prices, the few words that an embattled ceo had for lawmakers.
on the advise of council i invoke my fifth amendment and decline to answer the question. >> the former ceo of a pharmaceutical company refused to testify before congress. martin shkreli made headlines by raising a life saving drive by 5,000% overnight. >> he repeatedly pled the fifth and was caught by camera specificing after his hour long appearance and he said his
lawyer advised him not to say anything because of the securities fraud reinvestigatio >> everybody will recognize he is not a villain or the bad boy at the end of this story he is a hero. >> this is a problem that affects almost every family rising prices of prescription drugs even generic ones. ali gorman is at the big board with more. >> lets put in this perspective. last year the cost of living went up less than 1% but the cost of brand name drugs went up nearly 15% and the cost of generic drugs went up almost 3% and the cost rose by much more. many practices by pharmaceutical companies such as acquiring old
inexencive drugs and raising their prices and depending on whether hospitals or insurance companies were paying. >> give me a number -- >> what would they have to pay? >> for a 100 count bottle it's $35,000 for a 35 count bottle $11,000. >> how much is that per pill? >> $750. >> another drug maker argued that price hikes for his heart drugs will take money from hospitals not patient, they defended the prices saying that the money is going into research for new medication. we have more information on how to reduce your risk of heart disease and a healthy diet and
exercise can help and so can simple yoga moves. julie of the cleveland clinic, poses that open your chest can relieve stress, sit on the edge of the chair and reach back with both arms and lean forward hold the pose for three to five breaths and poses like this can help lower blood pressure and calm the mind. >> we focus on what we are doing, focusing on a balancing pose, it helps to calm the nervous system that generally will help that blood pressure at least slightly. >> and doing yoga on a consistent basis will help reduce stress and build strength but does not replace a cardiovascular workout. you need to workup a sweat. you got that? >> i got it thank you. >> i'll try that.
hands behind you lean forward. >> atlantic city is facing a major financial crisis, "action news" when undercover after accusations that a city leader was abusing his position to take advantage of a perk. >> the state is planning on taking over atlantic city, accusing officials of misusing taxpayer funds, we set up hidden cameras and found one local councilman gambling with your resources. >> i go to city hall while i'm working. >> you were at city hall for less than an hour. >> see what happens when we confront the councilman -- and how city officials react to the undercover video. >> is that allowed? >> that is not allowed. >> i have the exclusive hidden camera investigation coming up on "action news" at 11:00. (vo) if you have type 2 diabetes,
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almost 3. and capital one laid off 109 workers yesterday. those jobs are part of the capital ones mortgage operations, the spokesperson says they are trying to make the unit more efficient and all the employees got a 60 day notice. the archdiocese bishop o'donnell was at our lady of council to help school week and congratulated everyone for being chosen as a blue ribbon school. it's just one of 50 schools in the nation to receive that special honor. this weekend's super bowl is the most expensive sporting event to attend ever. the tracking shows the price just shy of $5,000 for a ticket. that is higher than last year's super bowl and roughly $300 more for the boxing match last year
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time now for accuweather at the "action news" big board, meteorologist cecily tynan is keeping an eye on the skies and tomorrow's commute could be interesting. >> a lot of people are going to bed tonight and nothing is happening and it's just raining and there is a fresh coating of snow on the ground and double scan live is showing now we have scattered shower activity across south jersey and cumberland county and cape may county and burlington county and all the moisture is riding up from the south and this is associated with the same system that pulled through last night. that brought us an inch of rain, it's coming back to haunt us, temperatures today show us the reason why snow is melting on the ground. the high in philadelphia was 56 degrees and trenton 55 and wildwood 61 and the poconos a record high of 51 degrees. colder air is on the way and that is what is changing that moisture, the rain over to snow in the overnight hours.
the satellite 6 along with action radar showing we have showers already as far north as new england and this stretches all the way to the gulf coast, there is plenty of moisture, and the low pressure is developing off the coast of the carolinas and that will help pull in the moisture to the west and pull down the colder air. future tracker 6 showing at 11:00 tonight and dry north and west of the i-95 corridor. rain showers to the southeast and temperatures mild in the 40s generally and as we head through the overfight night hours this is when temperatures change. it can snow with temperatures 36 because it's colder higher in the hat at&t atmosphere and you see the heavier snow in south jersey, and it's out of here by 10:00 and the sunshine is back and plenty of melting at 3:00 with temperatures in the mid-40s. so what are we talking about? this is really a nuisance event, not how much snow but the
timing, the fact that it's calling during the morning commute, the northwest suburbs, we are looking at not much a coating to an inch on grassy surfaces, a lot of this melting on the roads and south jersey and delaware and 1 to 3 inches. the sweet spot is delaware, atlantic and ocean county, could get 3 to 4 or 5 inches of snow and a lot that on the grassy surfaces, but it will cause a slushy mess for your morning commute. tomorrow morning snow and afternoon sunshine and 44 degrees. the weekend is beautiful and 47 on saturday and sunday 53, and monday colder and 52 degrees and increasing clouds and our next chance of snow on tuesday with a high of 42 degrees, we'll talk about that in the accuweather forecast.
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double the minimum wage in new jersey. and an emergency behind the wheel sends two people to the hospital in maryland. and tom wolf lays out his plans to fund education in the state. first, as we mentioned we are tracking snow heading to our region but we are not expecting more than a few inches but it could make the morning commute messy. lets getity latest from adam joseph live at the big board. >> this is mainly a coastal storm, the immediate coast from plain main to southern new england and parts of delaware and maryland will be hit by some wet snow early in the morning. winter weather advisory goes into effect for our region along the shore in southern delaware starting at 1:00 a.m. at first it pushes in as rain, temperatures in the 40s and it's warm and the low is pulling out to sea and enough precipitation backs into philadelphia and the immediate western suburbs but once you hit the lehigh valley
and berks county we'll miss out on this go around. the rain changes to snow around the midnight hour, midnight to 2:00 in the morning, central delaware between 2:00 and 5:00 in the morning, most of us seeing the wet snow falling during the morning rush tomorrow, it's not the amount but the timing, and as you look at the three particular models, the nam and the american model a lot of that accumulation is on the grassy surfaces. we'll chat about the storm more coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> thanks adam the morning team will be on in the morning with the approaching snow. a group of new jersey democrats want to rebuild the
middle class in the garden state. nora muchanic is live outside of the state house in trenton with more on today's announcement. >> reporter: hi there rick, they call it the fight for $15 part of the national movement to increase wages for those at the bottom of pay scale. >> jenny king of trenton works two jobs and barely makes $17 a year. >> you can't save a lot of money on $15 but to be able to live and survive like a regular person. >> the current minimum wage in new jersey is $8.38 an hour but democrats say that is not enough. >> $340 a week is what these individuals make, that is not a liveable wage in the state of new jersey. >> it's usually women and minorities working minimum wage jobs and struggle to cover rent, food, gas and bills.
>> we don't make nothing we are just surviving. >> cheryl gillchrist turns to crisis ministries and food pantries to make ends meet. >> i live by myself and don't have kids and it's a struggle simone legree from day to day. >> a $15 minimum wage will not solve all of her financial problems but would be a start. >> it's amazing because a lot of people, mothers especially we can't make it off of minimum wage. >> i'll have to cut back on employees. >> small business owners like mark who runs a beauty supply store, this would cut into profits and force layoffs, he says now is not the time. >> they should wait to the economy gets a little better. i don't know how long it's going to take. >> back live at the state house, it's a sure bet that governor christie would veto any such legislation, his office said
there is no end to what the democrats will do to kill jobs and drive people out of new jersey. >> but they say it's a fight worth fighting. >> thanks nora. an update to the story that "action news" brought you last month. video from a shootout in the city's logan section, northwest detectives put this video out in the hopes of drumming up leads from the public, the people in the gold suv pulled up along west clarkson street and exchanged gun fire with the people in the black car and then drove off. the black car drove away from the scene and hit several cars and flipped over, the driver was critically injured if you recognize the gold suv authorities want you to call them at 911. reports of a student with a weapon prompted a lock down at thomas edison high school, you can see police on the scene there, no word if a weapon was ever found. officials lifted the lockdown
just afternoon. a medical condition started a chain reaction crash that sent three people to the hospital this afternoon. a story we are following for the last several hours now. look at the scene just off elsmere boulevard in elsmere. the driver suffered some sort of medical emergency and lost control of the vehicle, he hit a parked car and went straight into the fence. a wilmington police officer saw the crash happen and rescued the driver. no one else was hurt. a gas leak forced the evacuation of several homes in philadelphia's west oak lane section, firefighters responded to the 2700 block at 1:00 this morning after a 4 inch main result toured. ten people had to be evacuated from their homes with while crews worked to fix the break. >> i smelled that strong smell of gas when i left my home and
it was very nerve-racking. >> residents were allowed back in at 7:30. chopper 6 was over a water main break in landsdale, a private contractor was doing work with an underground digging machine and accidentally hit the line. nobody was hurt. a new jersey coast guard crew sprang into action to save an injured fisherman and the rescue was caught on tape. this is off the coast of barnegat light ocean county yesterday. the crew lowered a basketball to pick up the 49-year-old fisherman who severely injured his hand. pennsylvania governor tom wolf came to town today to pitch his plan for education funding. mayor jim kenney and others joined him in powellton. he is calling for $200 million
in basic education funding and wants more money for early childhood and early start programs. he says that education is a key priority and is determined to make it affordable, accessible and relevant. is he introducing his budget next week. all right time now to spend time with matt pellman in the traffic center. hi matt. >> what do you say we educate you about the traffic. >> i'm afraid. >> here we go. blue route 476 southbound side it's typical slowself from broomall and heads up the traffic lights are on the fritz by st. joe's and that is causing delays. on 95 northbound at the girard point bridge there is an earlier
broken down vehicles and speeds are in the 30s there and frankford remains blocked because of a water main break. caster avenue is a possible alternate. and glen side a crash at eastern road at jenkintown road and they are blocking off ricers mill road gets you around that. and you are looking at speeds of 12 miles per hour coming down from 195 i think i would stick with 130 or the southbound new jersey turnpike instead and mount holly close to the dunkin' donuts look for a wreck by the mount holly bypass at rancocas road. i hope you feel educated now. >> thank you. still to come on "action news," the mystery blast on the somali jet liner, what their tests revealed. and members of the pennsylvania ballet are gearing up for a presentation called an emotional journey.
he is one of the most infamous crooks in history. and justice will be served in the concludes of the tv movie madoff, we'll see the fallout from the ponzi scheme the largest financial scheme in history and it was his children that turned him into authorities for stealing billions from investors, how they built a case against the former adviser and get a conviction and we'll see how the madoff family weathered the storm. that is the finale starting at 8:00 here on 6 abc. following the conclusion of the movie a one hour special called madoff after the fall. brian ross takes a deeper look into the ponzi scheme including
his plan to destroy the evidence and we'll hear from evelyn a former employee who helped to take down her boss. >> it was sickening. it was heart breaking and you know and then i started to get angry. i started to get really angry. >> it's a night of gripping television here on 6 abc that you won't want to miss. the two hour finale starts at 8:00, the one hour special after the fall and then "action news" at 11:00. all right thank you. there is new word tonight that investigators found what appears to be residue of explosives on a plane that was damaged by a blast in somalia, but the head of the airlines says it's too soon to say if a bomb was to blame. on tuesday an explosion blew a hole in the plane and one passenger is unaccounted for.
more on the contaminated water in flint, michigan, internal emails shows that high ranking officials in governor rick schneider's office with a potential link since last march. when he disclosed the spike in january he learned about it a couple of days earlier. they switched from the detroit river to the flint river in 2014 to save money. we'll have more on the flint water crisis and the somalia jet liner following "action news" at 6:00. now for sports, jaime is here to talk super bowl. are you going? >> no. are eagles going? >> one is. >> the eagles may not be at the super bowl but demarco murray is on an appearance he was forced to defend his desire to stay
with the team. today an nfl.com surfaced even with the coaching change eagles and murray are not in a good place. here is what the birds running back told espn. >> have you to learn from it and put it through the course of your life and work harvard harder and maintain your goal. >> was it the type of offense or the coach what? >> if someone said what went wrong last season? >> it was a lot of different things and i will not put it on the coach or scheme. it was up to the players ultimately to make things happen and it was a full circle of things that weren't right and i think that you know we are headed in the right direction. >> know are you close to sam bradford, do you have any indication if he will be back in
philadelphia? >> hopefully. >> you want him back? >> yes, a great friend of mine and great player and with the new offense i think he'll be very successful. >> two casualties to the chip kelly era are playing in super bowl 50. evan matthews and curt coleman for the panthers the safety had a career year second best in the nfl. two years after the eagles didn't sign him he is set to become a super bowl champion. but peyton manning stands in his way. >> payton is smart and uses the calls and audibles to draw guys off side, he does a great job of managing the game. >> should it come down to a field goal the broncos will use one of our own, brandon mcmanus the former temple star came a long way, he is 70% on field
goals so far this season. >> he is the firstp penn player to start a regular season so let alone to be a guy in the super bowl. if they kickoff he will be the first guy to touch the super bowl ball. >> his parents will be there to witness it in santa clara. i caught up with them. nashville is stingy lately allowing only one goal in each of their last five games. it got ugly for the sixers, they were down 43 points to the hawks, and 23 turnovers will do that to you. they dropped to 7-42 and atlanta has beaten them three times and the sixers turn tropical disturbance over 60 times in those three losses.
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the pennsylvania ballet is getting ready for their latest performance at the mirren theater, it's comprised of four ballets that takes the audience on an emotional journey and tickets are still available. adam joseph is here to find out from you where and when the snow will come. it's after midnight and the rain flips to snow and some reduced visibilities and mainly wet roadways, we are dealing with light rain showers in southern new jersey and southern delaware this is a front that is draped off the coast. and that is why we are seeing the precipitation still falling in areas like hammonton and cape may, dover south into sussex county and this area continues to blossom and pushes an inch back to the north and west in philadelphia and the immediate northwestern suburbs as we go
into the evening hours. temperatures are extremely warm right now and it's all rain for people during the first half the overnight hours. 45 in millville and 47 at the atlantic city airport and north and west temperatures are in the low to mid-40s, low pressure is developing off the carolinas. this low will head out to sea, but it will strengthen in enough time that it will throw that precipitation our way and as you look there is no snow anywhere and hardly any cold air in southern new england and one the snow starts to develop it pulls colder air down from the upper atmosphere and we see the flip over. >> by 10:00 showers along i-95 and can you see the temperatures are still well above the freezing point. even when it freezes to the wet snow the surface temperatures remain above freezing during the morning rush hour and any snow
and winds will kick up and there could be slushy side streets that were not used as much. it's a quick hit by 9:00, 10:00 and everything is off the coast, and the sunshine is rushing with temperatures in the 40s. for the morning rush tomorrow especially around philadelphia 20 miles northern and west all the way to the coast. we have the snow falling and reduced visibility and watching for slushy spots especially the secondary roads but the temperatures will stay above freezing, expected snowfall a coating to an inch and it's the wet heavy snow for chester and bucks county and as you hit the pennsylvania turnpike into philadelphia, newcastle county and mercer county and southern buck county and most of the southern new jersey and delaware 1 to 3 inches and a zone from southern atlantic and hammonton
and ocean county, 3 inches, and again watch for some of those slushy side streets. tomorrow afternoon the sun is out everywhere even the shore and temperatures responding back into the middle 40s with melting and the northerly wind kicks up and windchills remain in the 30s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast morning wet snow giving way to sun and 44 degrees, a beautiful weekend saturday and sunday, temperatures warm in the upper 40s and 50s for super bowl sunday and then the chill comes in on monday back down to 42 as clouds increase and an ocean storm develops we could get clipped with snow likely on tuesday still early to tell the exact amount on that with temperatures around 40 degrees, and upper 30s push in by the end of the seven day with the winter chill, stay ago above average and watch for the chill in the morning with another hit on tuesday guys. remember "action news" is all about interaction with you.
students in delaware county are learning about people abroad. they learned about clog dancing and gave it a try themselves, it's part of a district wide celebration of culture and diversity. right now jim gardner is standing by next at 6:00. one drive ser dead after colliding with a school bus full of students in south jersey and four teens are in custody after attacks on the schuylkill trail turned violent. that and much more coming up next at 6:00. for the entire "action news" team i'm rick williams have a
in philadelphia laying a coating of a melting agent before the snow falls late tonight into tomorrow morning. meteorologist, cecily tynan, is live at the big board. >> this looks like a slush hour instead of a rush hour. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing this is the same system i was talking about yesterday that brought us rain, we have parts of new jersey and delaware now, the front extends from new england down to the gulf coast and what is going on it stalled. there is low pressure developing along that and what it will do is really back this precipitation farther inland to the west and also pulling down cold air from the north and from the upper atmosphere and that will gradually change that to snow in the overnight hours. a winter weather advisory posted for mos