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good morning, everyone, 4:30 a.m., thursday, april 7. tam is off, erin o'hern joins us. new this morning, philadelphia police spot a speeding motorcycle before it crashed overnight. pennsylvania's renewed battle ground, the candidates verbally attack one another while stumping in town. jay wright calls the villanova championship win, what a call. we have rain out there?
>> reporter: we do, we have rain to the west this will cross the state by 9:00 a.m. the western suburbs will see that and we're in and out of that stuff throughout the day. we have a wind advisory from the delaware river south across the region. wind gusts in the southern region could go up to 45 miles per hour and 30 miles per hour the rest of the way that expires at 6:00 a.m. when the winds begin to dip down. 55 degrees and mild in philadelphia. a little bit breezy. 55 in millville. 55 in cape may. 54 in wilmington. the northern suburbs in the upper 40s. not a big difference up there. on the bus stop this morning it stays mild. 52 by 6:00. 56 by 8:00 a.m. mainly cloudy skies, breezy, the rain is holding off until 9:00 a.m. in the western suburbs the kids won't need an umbrella on the way in. on the way home, we have rain
building in around 1:00 p.m. we have the rain breakdown a little bit, keep the umbrella handy on the way home from school, 63. around 6:00 p.m. we have periods of rain and thunderstorm mixed in. karen rogers we dry out tomorrow, what will the conditions be like for the villanova parade? >> reporter: all eyes on that, as we hit the roads. i-95 at girard heading toward allegheny and moving fine at this point. arrow board is out, construction blocking the right lane should be clear pretty soon. no delays, light volume, people are moving okay. overnight construction on the vine was canceled. next week crews will be out closing the vine watch for that. spring garden street. you can see the police on the
scene with this. construction block the right lane, a lot of crews out here, as we head toward city hall you see construction workers on the scene. downed wires in trenton, mercer county. 29 northbound at sullivan way. the dual between democratic candidates, hillary clinton and deion sanders is heating up. katherine scott is live on what they are saying about each other. katherine. >> reporter: matt, that's right they are cranking up the heat on the attacks. things are getting more tense and the rhetoric more sharp. it was a standing room only crowd at the temple university liacouras center to see bernie sanders. sanders has won last of the 6 contests. sanders told the crowd of ten
thousand that clinton clinton has been saying he thinks she is not qualified to be president. he turned the tables on her. i don't think you are qualified if you get $15 million from wall street through your super pac. >> reporter: meanwhile, hillary clinton came out swinging at the vermont senator at the afl-cio convention in center city. she said sanders is selling promises he can't police officer. every candidate asking for you your vote owes it to you to be clear how we are going to keep our promises. >> reporter: bill clinton will campaign for his wife in pennsylvania, hoping to sway people toward her platform. i think bernie is good. i can shut the door, but not fully. >> reporter: bill clinton will be making several stops including one in west oak lane.
bernie sanders will be speaking at the convention center today. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." gop candidate john kasich joins fellow republicans on the campaign trail in new york state. he returned to his yesterday by delivering the state of the state address. new jersey state assembly will consider a bill that addresses atlantic city troubled finances. meantime they have taken steps to delay a shut down. they have decided to pay city workers every four weeks. governor chris christie came to ac to promote a state takeover, the mayor doesn't believe that will protect city workers. new this morning, police swarm the scene of a motorcycle crash in montgomery county. a police shopper spotted the
biker speeding out of control and crashed. that happened at caldwell lane and hill crest road in conshohocken late thatcher. the motorcycle rider is in the hospital being treated for several injuries. happening today, temple university will begin to patrol off campus housing as new tragedy to keep parties under control. annie mccormick is live on campus with more on the pilot program. good morning, annie. >> reporter: good morning, erin, this sparks from complaints of full sometime residents who live around the university they say many of the students that live in off campus housing are becoming a nuisance. long-time neighborhoods are reporting parties at all hours that leave trash behind and that includes students of all ages. campus authorities are imposing stricter rules, that will jump
from 500 to $750 and one thousand for a third offense. if you host an out-of-control party it will be $1,500. they cannot assume they can do whatever they want off campus and be disruptive as they have been. >> reporter: this is a two-prong approach because they are implementing a graduate student program where they will be patrolling thursday through saturday night. they will see how this works with the graduate students out in the community and assess over the summer whether or not that works, if it is successful they will implement it full time in the fall. reporting live on temple university campus, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." matt. thank you, annie. villanova students will have their second day off this week tomorrow so they can celebrate their national championship at a victory parade in center city.
coach jay wright received congratulations with president obama. your people showed grit and high character team throughout the thing. it was a pleasure to watch. >> reporter: the president said he can't wait to meet the wildcats that will be the last college hoops team that the president will see in office. "action news" will broadcast the victory parade in its entirety, our special coverage starts at 1:00 p.m. after "action news" at noon, we'll stream the parade live on 6abc 6abc.com. more news stories you didn't see last night. a new jersey man speaks out after getting kicked off a flight because of his weight. iron pigs opens their season tomorrow.
find out why nobody can come and watch the game. >> reporter: it's mild across the region. rain holding off until the kids get of the school bus. it's a good idea to have the rain gear handy in case the showers don't break up entirely. we'll show you how the rain and thunderstorms wrap through today and what comes next in the seven day. i'll have all that.
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will open the season in front of
the an empty coca-cola park. the game are not open to the public. the teams were supposed to play at the nbt bank stadium in syracuse, because of bad weather they shifted the opener to the park. they were supposed to open at a certain date. they have to get things ready, but they can't do that. i'm sure the fans will be
disappointed it's for their safety. i'm sure the teams are disappointed because they could sell some tickets. the rain is not here yet. we have mainly cloudy skies over center city philadelphia. the temperature is mild, 55 degrees in philadelphia currently. most areas on the mild side. winds out of the south at 16 miles per hour. it is a little bit breezy out there. cloud cover on satellite, pretty obvious, there are showers pushing toward the east. 9:00 a.m., the western suburbs will start picking up some of this, before the end of the morning commute. future tracker 6 showing you that between now and 9:00 a.m. we have showers and heavier steadier rain pushing into the west of philadelphia. during the morning and the afternoon we're looking at showers coming down. in some cases this will be steed
rain and maybe a thunderstorm mixed in the early part of the afternoon. around 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., we get a lull, there will be sprinkles and showers around a little bit of a break. later in the evening, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, there's a better chance of re-emergence of steadier showers and thunderstorms. any thunderstorms that form get inside and ride that out. 11:30, 1:30 it will be drying out. 56 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 58 by 10:00 a.m. 59 degrees by noon. we spend the majority of the afternoon in the 60s, high of 63 late in the day probably around 6:00. when a heavy rain showers hits you that temperature will drop in the low to mid 50s, depends on when that will happen. 63 in wilmington. upper 50s in the northern suburbs. 62 in trenton and millville and
cape may. as we head into tomorrow, we're looking at partly sunny skies and it will be breezy, high of 55 degrees. a change for saturday, cooler air comes in behind another system. it's going to be so cool, in fact when it develops into rain showers, it develops snow showers some could pick up a coating of snow on grassy surfaces. we're getting late in the season for that, but there you go. tomorrow is the victory day for villanova. we have a mixture of clouds and sun, the temperatures below average, we'll be in the low 50s by afternoon. there will be a cool breeze, it will feel chilly if you're standing in the shade. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, 63 periods of rain and thunderstorm around. breezy and cooler on friday, 55 degrees dry for the union at night. rain or snow shower at times on saturday, 43. sun returns on sunday, high of
48. 59 for the phillies home opener, spotty shower monday and back into the 60s on tuesday and wednesday with rain at times. if you're not looking at us on 6abc you want to hear the latest accuweather call or see it. go on 6abc.com/weather. you'll get all the discussions you need. a jersey city man was kicked off his unite flight because of his weight. he was returning home from las vegas when another passenger complained. a supervisor appeared and asked him to leave. i said i'm confused why this was happening. i have experienced this type of discrimination. united released a statement saying to better insure all customers, they must purchase a second seat if they cannot sit
with a second armrest, he claims he has no problem buying a second seat but claims the policy was not clearly stated. a texas woman is filing a lawsuit after she heard the staff making disparaging remarks about her during surgery. she captured the consents with the recording device tucked into the hair extensions. the hospital sent a letter to staff and said to be mindful of their comments. a 23-year-old woman was thrown to the elderly man to the ground and stole his winning scratch off lottery ticket. it happened tuesday morning in pulaski township near the
ohio/pennsylvania border. the employee saw the woman throw the 85-year-old man from the ground and tried to chase after her of she was arrested at a nearby hotel. the victim was not seriously hurt. septa police need your help identifying a man who punched a trolley driver. find out why parents are being urged to monitor their children as credit profile.
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everybody ascertain welcome back -- and welcome back, camera shaking a little bit. 422 at 23, kind of dark shot. overnight volume, traffic is clear and looking good. this is i-95 southbound traffic heading toward center city moving nicely, we're dry during the morning commute we're not seeing too many problems out there. northbound between girard and allegheny we have construction blocking the right lane you want to watch for that. on the vine street expressway, overnight construction was canceled we have dry roads and light problem, westbound heading toward the schuylkill expressway, eastbound moving okay. that will be closed for
construction. north broad street at spring garden we had construction it's clear and both lanes are open in spring guard -- garden, moving better there. septa police are looking for a man who punched an unsuspected trolley driver out the door. the route 10 one trolley. the man in the blue camouflage coat is upset he missed his stop. he was sleeping and missed his stop and demanded the driver drop him off in an unauthorized area. time for look at business. the government is stopping the major merger in the oil industry. the justice department filed a suit to prevent haleburton from merging. the companies plan to fight the lawsuit.
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one suspect is a 5th grade teacher at winslow elementary in vineland. he was unpaid leaf. a family is grieving the deaths of their two dogs shot to death. the dogs ran off last week. brandywine's spca law is working on the case and said cameras on in the area where the dogs were dumped could provide clues. smokeless to -- too back cigarettes will be band in ballparks in new york city. 0 boston has the same orderrance
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5:00 a.m. on this thursday, april 7. tam is off, erin o'hern joins us here's what's happening. two dueling democrats stump in philadelphia. the war of words between bernie sanders and hillary clinton has escalated. we're live with the details. after deliberately turning the 76ers in into the worst tean nba history the gm calls it quits. we've rain and david is tracking the latest. >> reporter: satellite shows you there's a lot of cloud