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this noon more money in the pockets of pennsylvania state work hes. governor would feel is making that happen. apple commuters are not as safe from hackers as once thought. developing news. we have new surveillance video from inside an north philadelphia fast food restaurant where an employee was shot. let's look at the video. police say this was taken moments before the alleged gunman opened fire inside a church's chicken. annie mccormick joins us live outside of the restaurant on north broad street with the latest in the investigation. annie. >> reporter: and rick, and sara, the restaurant is back open, we did reach out to management, but we have not heard back. early this morning, police released surveillance video of the man police believe is the shooter. it does not show the shooting happen, but it hose the moments before -- shows the moments
before shots rang out. the gunfire erupted sunday evening around 5:30 at the broad and erie location. take a look, the police say the suspect is in his 50s or 60s, glasses, long black coat and if he -- if a door are -- fedora. the suspect was mad at the employee because he was cleaning a table. he returned and fired three shots and hit the 19-year-old who was then rushed to temple. bam bam bam, the person he wanted to shoot, he didn't shoot he saw his brother. he was trying to brother from getting involved and the incident escalating. >> reporter: less than 4 hours later, the church's chicken is open for business. it is business as usual. in the meantime, police hope
someone recognized the man and reminds the public he is armed and dangerous. and josiah myers was shot multiple times. he feels in surgery overnight. he is at temple in stable condition. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." one person was hurt after two cars collided and ended up overturned on the schuylkill expressway during the morning rush. chopper 6 was above the scene on the eastbound lanes of montgomery drive around 5:30. one person was thrown from the car and injured. the crash caused a backup for miles. fire damaged a vacant buildings in burlington county. chopper 6 hd captured the smoky scene on the center street in morris town. there were no injuries reported. and turning to the weather, you may want to take another
look at the calendar this week, it is technically winter outside, but we're getting a taste of spring. sky6 live hd taking a live look at the jersey shore. how about this picture from cape may. we'll attempt to break record highs this week and no one is complaining. we deserve it. meteorologist karen rogers in for david is outside on the terrace with what she would be a wonderful week. >> reporter: it's starting out nice. beautiful sunshine on the terrace. 24 degrees in allentown this morning. 28 in reading, 27 in lancaster an wilmington. 23 was the coldest spot in millville, new jersey. 24 at atlantic city airport. 28 in trenton and barely above freezing in center city. so we've started off cold, but temperatures have rebounded nicely. we are up to 54 above the average high for this daylight. temperatures uniform, 55 in reading, 51 in millville.
52 in wildwood, new jersey. we have beautiful sunshine, satellite and radar, showing we have a few high clouds move in and out in the overnight hours, but basically clear conditions and that's the way it will stay through the day today. bright sunshine and high clouds why not head outside from heading to the golf course. breezy, 2:00 p.m., 58. 4:00 p.m., 60 degrees that's the high for today. really feeling good. later tonight it's not as cold as last night. partly cloudy skies getting down to 44 degrees with the wind out of the west/southwest 6 to 12 miles per hour. tomorrow a taste of spring. i'll show you where the numbers go in the seven-day forecast in a couple of minutes, rick. as mild weather makes a welcome come back, stay with 6abc.com/weather. rely on storm tracker 6 live radar to keep you up to date for any changes in the forecast. a south jersey man accused of killing his 3-year-old son
was back in court today. it was his first court appearance since he pled not guilty. he killed his son brendan to at this continue a relationship with his 17-year-old girl. he is due back in court neck month. one of the most high profile and influencal first ladies -- influential first ladies in historical. abc's brandy hicks joins us live from semi valley, california with more on nancy reagan's life and legacy. >> reporter: this is the air force one that ronald and nancy reagan traveled around in while
ronald reagan was president president. preparations are underway for the former first lady to be buried next to him after she died of heart failure in her belair home. she died peacefully it was her time. the love story expand 350 years from hollywood to the white house. mrs. reagan never leaving her husband's side. ♪ our love is here to stay >> reporter: outside the ronald reagan presidential library many are leaving flowers while condolences pour in from around the world. president obama said nancy reagan wrote that nothing could prepare you for living in the white house. she was right, of course. she was one of the greatest first ladies, extraordinary human being. >> reporter: nancy reagan was her husband's most trusted add
add -- advisor and launched the just say no drug campaign. she later become the president's fiercely devoted caretaker as he battled alzheimers. if a death can be peaceful and lovely that was. >> reporter: president obama ordered flags to fly at half staff at the white house and federal buildings in her honor. funeral details are being finalized. we've told that the public will pay their respects before a private service is held at the library. reporting live in semi valley, california, brandy hicks channel 6 "action news." for more on the life and legacy of nancy reagan, log onto 6abc.com. there you can find a photo gallonly from the early days --
gallery from her early days. now to the race for the white house, hillary clinton and bernie sanders squared off, the on going water crisis dominated the first 20 minutes of the debate. they called for governor rick snyder's resignation. sanders accused clinton of lost jobs while clinton accused sanders of turning his bobbing on the auto industry. new jersey rail unions will meet to avert a system wide strike. unions have authorized a walkout. busses light rail and patco would cross-honor new jersey transit rail tickets if that were to happen. septa will hold arrest hearing to hear your thoughts ton a proposed king of prussia rail line. the public meeting is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. at the raddison
hotel valley forge. another set for wednesday night at 6:00 p.m. at the norristown municipal buildings. an open house will be held at 4:00 p.m. on both days,. still to come on "action news" at noon. apple computers may not be as safe as one thought. details on the first-ever ransomware attack. details on executive order from governor wolf aimed at putting more money in state worker's pockets. karen rogers is back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, when "action news" at noon continues.
california are looking for a band of thieves who pulled off a smash and grab at a gun store. the suspects rammed the car into the store on petaluma on saturday. the impact disabled the store security system and four people walked in and stole a number of firearms and took off. ransomware a type of of malicious software infiltrated an apple computer for the first time. the specific program in question reicer victims to pay one bitcoin or roughly $400 to retrieve the files. a northern california company found the ransomware and reported it to apple. they said they are taking extra steps to protect use users. jury deliberations are underway in the aaron andrews case after she was secretly
recorded of her and posted online. several defendants including the convicted stalker viewed the video. hulk hogan is suing gawker over a sex tape that was posted online. the owners of the site claim his fame made the tape newsworthy. we'll have more on the lawsuit coming up at 12:30. distill ahead on "action news" at noon. a recall on chicken nuggets. what you have to look for in the kitchen. disney has a new hit on its hand, see how zootopia staged a stampede at the box office this weekend. him
we have an important recall notice involving chicken nuggets, 4500 pounds made by purdue food because of possible contamination with pieces of plastic. applegate chicken nuggets were produced september 28, 2015 and best before date 9/27/16. they were shipped to several states including pennsylvania. national traffic highway department is looking into leaking brake fluid in ford pick up trucks. the concern that the brakes won't stop the truck fast enough if the fluid is leaked.
about 420,000 trucks with 6 cylinder engines are part of the investigation. turning to "healthcheck" there may be encouraging news in the fight against the zika virus. researchers at utah university have given mice an experimental antiviral drug, 7 of the 8 that received a standard dose survived. the study is being run by the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. a new study from the university of hue ton says peanuts and peanut butter may reduce obesity. they followed middle school children swapping out peanuts for other snacks, those who ate peanuts had lower bmi than those who did not. the "action news" team out
working on news stories beginning at 4:00 p.m. hi alicia, how was your weekend? >> reporter: it was a great. dozens of local airmen coming home from serving overseas we'll show you the heros welcome as they see their friends and families for the first time in more than a month. happy to have them home for sure. peyton manning set to talk about his decision to retire from the nfl. hear from the super bowl champ as he walks away from the sport. don't forget you can take us on the go, download the free abc news app watch our newscast streaming live on your smart phone or tabt. tabt -- tablet. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast is coming up. that warmup is on the way. we'll be right back.
in mill burn, california, firefighter had to come to the rescue of a driver yesterday afternoon when his car was stuck in floodwaters. he climbed out the window and waited on top of his car. it happened as northern california was enundated with heavy rains -- inundated with heavy rains. karen in today, you picked a nice week to give the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: it's a nice week to be off. we're happy to have you anyway. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan we're dry through the area, you know what? it's gorgeous out there. let's go outside and see what it looms. we're out and looking live with our temple university camera. a beautiful shot of the city basking in sunshine. just a few high clouds around, no other problems facing you really in the next couple of days. temperatures are going up there. here the forecast highlights we're on a bit of a sunny streak for the next few days,
spring-like temperatures, we'll be chasing record highs by midweek. i think you might like that. temperature, 54 degrees, we started in the 20s and low 30s. it was a cold start, dewpoint, 34 degrees, the barometer is falling. the winds are out of the southwest. it's that southwesterly component that will bump the temperatures up a good ten degrees above average today. visibility no issue for you. looking at wind speeds in the area, 14 miles per hour in philadelphia. 16 in the poconos, 18 in wilmington and 17 in atlantic city, it's a little bit breezy out there, but it's a nice breeze. satellite and radar showing nothing but sunshine, we've got clouds especially to the north an south, but we're right in the middle of this, looking good. we'll see bright sunshine through the day and high clouds streaming in. 2:00 p.m., 58 degrees, feeling good. 4:00 p.m., 60 that's the high for today. 6:00 p.m., 56, a nice evening. 8:00 p.m., 54.
by 10:00 p.m., 352 degrees, in the overnight hours it won't be as cold. we got into the 20s last night in a lot of spots. tonight's low, 44. tomorrow on the bus stop it won't be as cold. getting readier for the warmup. temperatures scrumming -- jumping up ten degrees from today. it will be 20 degrees above average with the high pressure offshore giving us a south southwesterly flow that bump the temperatures up for us. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast turning milder today, 60 degrees for the high after a cold start. a nice finish for you. overnight hours in the 40s. tomorrow is a spring fling, 70 degrees is the high. temperatures 20 degrees above average. look at wednesday, record warmth, the record is 73. we'll be passing that at 76 degrees, keeping a good amount of sunshine. it's not until thursday we start to produce clouds and chance of showers around.
how about the temperature, we bump it up higher, looks like 78 degrees on thursday, looking good the next several days. now, as the weekend approaches we get the temperatures to drop a little bit, unfortunately, but it's still mild for this time of the year. friday, partly sunny, 63 degrees. saturday, mix of clouds and sun, 62. don't forget saturday night into sunday, spring forward. set the clocks ahead. sunday, warm, 66 degrees, looks like we'll have the chance for a few showers around. not entirely dry for the weekend, but i love the progression of the temperatures, 60, 70, 76, 78. get out the shorts. not you rick. and he joy it. -- and enjoy it. i'll wear them tomorrow with black socks and lovers. >> a woman set a begin nils world record -- guinness world
record of running 79 miles. guinness said it will take 3 to 6 months to verify her effort. there's much more still ahead on "action news," members of the air force band come to a local high school to show off their music talent and recruit, as well. lady gaga takes the polar bear plunge alongside her husband to be for a good cause. those stories and more, next. hello, again, here's some
of the stories we're following on "action news" at 12:30, live from sky6 live hd the sun is shining and we're warming up. meteorologist karen rogers tells us when we could be in the 70s in the full accuweather forecast. just released surveillance video shows the suspect in the shooting of an employee at a church's chicken in north philadelphia. and pennsylvania governor tom wolf is signing an order to get more money into the pockets of state workers. now, the details, we're in for a warm week ahead with temperatures in the 70s. makes it difficult to believe we had snow just a few days ago. sky6 live hd showing bright, sunny skies at philadelphia international airport. meteorologist karen rogers is here enjoying the sunshine on it is terrace. you have the details from accuweather. >> reporter: that's right,
enjoying the sunshine and the breeze out of the southwest. i want to show you satellite and radar, you can see we have clear skies, a few high clouds mixing. certainly we see clouds and precipitation up to the north and to the southwest, not impacting us, we're right in the middle, feeling just right. 56 in pottstown, 58 in coatsville, saint davids, 56. 53 in chester. 54 in center city. a lot of these spots in the northwest were in the 20s this morning. we've seen temperatures rebound from that. how about the suburbs in new jersey, 55 in browns mills. 467 in surf city. 4 in ac. 55 in glassboro, 59 in smyrna, delaware. the average high is 50, most areas have surpassed that. we'll hit 60 degrees a good ten degrees above average. in the overnight dipping down to 44 degrees not as cold as it was early this morni