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6:00 a.m., sorry we started a little flat there. friday, april 15 here's what's happening. police are looking for the gunman who killed an elderly woman at her germantown high. an attempted hover board leads to a theft in allentown. warm weather is making a return to the area. weather and traffic preview with david and karen, good
morning. >> reporter: as we look at satellite like the last couple of days plenty of sunshine out there, we have lack of cloud cover close by. there's some trying to well up south of washington from richmond, virginia. it's receding. temperatures are cool. allentown, 35 degrees. same story in trenton. a little bit below freezing in millville. there's a frost advisory in many viral areas until 8:00 a.m. we'll spend the day in the 60s. 1:00 p.m., 61. 64 is the high. 6:00 p.m. we're down to 62 degrees. keep in mind that despite the fact that the weather gets warmer and nicer over the weekend we have high pollen forecasts for you. keep the hank hankies and medicine cases handy. karen, i'll have the details on the weekend coming up.
>> reporter: this is live looking at 42. light volume and traffic moving fine. this is the ben franklin bridge coming into the city. no issues here, either. in and out of the city looking good on the area bridges. but we have an accident in ocean county berkeley township garden state parkway southbound near exit 77. vehicle went off the road, crews on the scene, they are blocking the shoulder at this point. traffic is getting better. i-95 southbound traffic coming toward you. building volume between allegheny and girard no delays just yet. one issue we have from an earlier accident brought down wires blair mill road is shut down between when whitmer and w. stick to dresher road. a suspicious death at a home in germantown section has become philadelphia's latest homicide case. the victim was an 83-year-old woman shot twice in the chest. katherine scott is live at the police headquarters to give us
the full story. >> reporter: matt, detectives at the homicide division continue to investigate the case. ann 83-year-old woman shot inside her home. people who knew her are incomplete shock. it don't add up. >> reporter: family members are in disbelief over the violent death of great grandmother marry marry -- mary morton shot twice in the chest inside her home. she was known for her kindness. she would give you anything. that's how i picture her. they was a religious person great spirit. >> reporter: it happened at 12:30 p.m. at the home. morton was pronounced dead at the hospital. detectives were on scene gathering evidence and recovered a weapon. family and neighbors say her husband is in his 90s and has
alzheimers and remained in the home while detectives investigated. i thought was the husband, you found out it was her. there have been no arrests in the case and detectives have not relosed any information about a possible motive. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." all right, katherine, thank four that. 6:04. new this morning, investigators are trying to sort out a shooting and multi-vehicle crash in allentown. it started with the attempted robbery of a man's hover board on pioneer street. a white toyota and white suv sped down 6th street with bullets flying. one vehicle slammed into a folder during the chase and two men took off running. police found a third man in the back seat of the toyota with two gunshot wounds. a short time later a different man walked into a lehigh valley hospital with a gunshot wounds. investigators believe he was one of the two men 0 who fled the crash. a fire marshal in philadelphia is investigating a row home blaze in west oak lane
that injured a man. at fire broke out at 77th avenue. firefighters knocked down the flames in 15 minutes and found the man inside and puzzle him out. authorities say he suffered smoke inhalation. a jury in delaware county found a man guilty of sexually abusing a teenage girl while she was asleep in her bed. the assault happened in september 2015. prosecutors say james climbed into a 17-year-old girl's bed while she was asleep and began touching her. she woke up and escaped and called 911. a philadelphia man who ran a brutal dog fighting operation will spend the next four years on probation, antwan tally ran dog fights in the city's lawndale section in 2013. humane officers rescued five dogs from the home all scarldz and injured and one -- scarred
and injured and one emaciated. philadelphia held the first meeting on the soda tax. they believe it will be passed to the shoppers penny for penny and dollar for dollar. many think it could mean job losses for food retailers. mayor kenny believes the tax will be diluted or blended at the wholesale level and the increased cost will be spread over thousands of retail items. thing with the supermarket if you have the ability to blend the tax through all your products it's minisucle. >> reporter: city council is expected to holds another hearing on may 11. if you have not bothered to do your taxes a holiday in washington, d.c. is your saving grace. maribel is in time conveyer --
time square to explain why tax day is not on tannings -- tax day. >> reporter: today is emancipation day in washington, d.c. its a legal holiday with all federal workers off. futures are pointing to a lower open. report on industrial production is due out later today. delta is getting rid of the fee to talk to an agent. they are charging $25 per ticket when book winning an agent. if you purchased a ticket at the airport the fee was $35 per ticket. united jet blue airlines charge for moor fors reservations made over the phone. looks like it will be a nice weekend. nice in nyc. >> reporter: a nice one today and better for the weekend. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we are dry for the morning commute. stepping outside we have clear
skies overhead. lots of sunshine building off to the east, calm waters, too, on the delaware river this morning because the winds are not that all strong. here the temperatures, chilly to begin, 35 in allentown. 37 in reading. 36 in wilmington, 35 in trenton. still holding the low 40s in philadelphia. most of the rest of the region in the 30s, a couple of spots frost is an issue this morning. we might have another frost advisory tomorrow morning and overnight tonight in a couple of spots. satellite will show you it's going to be a bounce back there's a little bit of stuff in richmond virginia trying to well up in our direction, but won't make it because of a big faculty dome of high pressure in place. in philadelphia, 64 degrees, sunny, light winds over us. down the shore it will be cooler because we'll draw a flow in off the ocean which is cool that will get us up to 53 degrees,
we'll suppress the temperatures along the ocean front. cooler along the water versus inland. inland in philadelphia today. not bad, though, 64 degrees, mostly sunny, nice and similar to yesterday, a little less breezy than yesterday, too. some of you might like if you're walking out playing and doing work outside. for the phillies game, first pitch forecast 61 degrees in the 9th inning we could be as low as 50. a couple of layers typical for april baseball at citizens bank park. nice overall. overnight tonight, 42 in philadelphia. in the 30s in the suburbs. a couple of rural spots could get to the freezing mark. i wouldn't be surprised if the national weather service posted another frost advisory in spots. we'll keep an eye out on that. for the weekend, southerly flow kicks in, we winds up getting
milder. tomorrow's afternoon high, 67. 72 on sunday, lots of sunshine through the weekend and of course a little bit cooler down the coast in case you have plans to be by the ocean water. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 64 is today's high, sunny and nice, similar to yesterday. tomorrow, a gorgeous start to the weekend, high of 67 after a chilly start. sunny and warm on sunday, 72. speaking of warmer, how about monday? super warm, 80 degrees, a few clouds digging in as the day goes on. we could get a shower at night spilling in on tuesday morning. tuesday morning we could get rain ahead of the departing cold front. 68. wednesday, 64 degrees, 77 on thursday, a nice pattern coming up. 6:10. coming up on "action news" a teenager from ohio is accused of live broadcasting a man raping her friend on social media.
nissan is no stranger to weird concepts for automobiles. details on what they have up their sleeve now. karen. >> reporter: chopper 6 hd live on the scene a problem we were talking about on blair mill road brought down wires, crews on the scene trying to fix it. a lost library book could turn into jail time for a michigan couple. details when "action news" comes right back.
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6:14, karen rogers just showed us this right before the break. let's go back on chopper 6 hd live in horsham, montgomery county. a car is a smashed into a utility -- smashed into a utility pole. let's go over to karen she's got more on the accident an what to do to get around it. >> reporter: it's blair mill road between whitmer and welsh road. you have to stick to dresher road as the alternate. as we go back to the live picture of chopper 6. it's an overnight accident that brought down the wires. it took a while to clear. they are trying to put the wires back up, they have a number of emergency workers. you can see the cones blocking the area.
chopper 6 live on the scene with the downed wires. this is the schuylkill expressway at montgomery we see the eastbound traffic volume buildings as you can in toward the city. eastbound and westbound an easy 14 minutes between the blue route county vine. we have dry, clear conditions, lots of sun glare this morning, but no problems on the schuylkill expressway. i talked to police about this car fire in conshohocken. they said the car was towed away. police are on the scene at west 6th and maple street. they will open it shortly. this accident on the garden state warning in ocean township. exit 77 southbound near berkeley. the car ran off the roadway. 42 degrees in philadelphia. 35 in allentown. it's a cold start. we dipped below freezing in millville. 31 in 33 in atlantic city, a nice sunny high of 64 tam. charles manson follower
leslie van houten may be a free woman. she was convicted in 1969 murders of two wealthy grocers killed after actress sharon tate and four others were murdered by manson followers. jerry brown has the final say whether or not van houten will be released. a lawyer for the girls who tried to kill a friend is asking to be released until trial. they were 12 years old when they lured their friend into the woods and attacked her. they hoped the attack would earn them a home in the mansion by a made up character known as slender man. a tragic and brutal case will be held in a columbus courtroom this morning.
a 29-year-old man raped a girl while her friend live streamed her. a hearing is scheduled for his co-defendant. an indictment claims she used the periscope app to broadcast the february assault on the internet. philadelphia police department says it is prepared for protests during the democratic national convention in july. hundreds of protesters made their way down broad street to city hall creating gridlock and delay. chief inspector joe sullivan said a key to keeping the peace is to create a safe environment for people to be able to demonstrate. we've taken all the best practices that we've learned and it's become part of the standard play book we're consistent with the way we approach these things. police are predicting 50,000 people will visit philadelphia during the convention. 6:17. police locate a fancy sports car
nearly three decades after someone swiped it. david. >> reporter: all right, guys, we're dressing the kids in a jacket this morning, because we're rather chilly. 40 degrees, some areas in the 30s, t-shirts work this afternoon at least for a couple of hours. gill get the day planner forecast and get you to the airport check out the travel destinations in case you're flying today. that's coming up. here's tech bytes. >> reporter: instagram will creelt personalized -- create personalized chance for users showing you videos you might like. >> reporter: nissan is showing off the minds reading concept car it comes with a head set that reads drivers emotions. >> reporter: what do you get when you combine a human eyed robot with the smart phone.
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let's check the roads, 30 bypass at business route 30. downingtown, traffic moving nicely, you'll see sun glare out there. for now you're looking good, and mass transit is on time. >> reporter: on the big board we have sunshine in store to you. in the 40s in most neighborhoods and. 47 degrees by 57 by noon and less wind and temperatures in the 60s it will be comfortable. 64 degrees around 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. today. not bad. even milder over the weekend by the way. at the airport, big board no major delays. there's additional cloud cover in orlando and atlanta. generally speaking no rain and no expected travel delays tam. going on to "healthcheck" we know quitting smoking reduces your risk of lung cancer, but now it could ward off prostate
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they had vacant homes that went up in flames. they thought they had taken care of everything, but the flames have flared back up. a lot of people using the route to get from here into manhattan we'll keep an eye on it. a michigan couple is talking about their failure to return a library book led to a warrant to their arrest. they borrowed dr. seuss book in 2014. they lost the book and paid the fees for it and returned the other. somehow they are facing misdemeanor charges. willing to pay the fine of the library, and promise i won't ever come back there norm. they remain free on $100 bond. seems a little excessive. 6:27. coming up on "action news," california cross fit trainer is being hailed a hero after he used everything he understood to
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neighbors, an elderly woman is found shot and killed in her own home. police are looking for the bandits behind the attack of a berks county college student. good morning, 6:30, friday, april 15. karen rogers has the traffic and david murphy has the weather. good morning. >> reporter: we have not much wind. lots of sunshine on the way, you can see that as you look out the window. there's no cloud cover close to us, like the last couple of days we'll see sunshine. 42 degrees in philadelphia. most of the suburbs in the 30s, a couple of spots around
freezing like millville and the atlantic city. temperatures turn around quickly. 11:00 a.m., 54. we spend the afternoon in the 60s again with a high of 64 degrees at 3:00 p.m. that's right around where we were yesterday maybe a degree better. pollen count is high today and through the weekend so keep those kleenexes handy as well as the medicine if you suffer from allergies. make your plans it's going to be a beautiful weekend head to the zoo or at ballgame. when i step inside we'll details on the weekend call an eye-popping number on monday, i'll have the details of that ahead. >> reporter: looking live at the schuylkill expressway eastbound at belmont. we had a disabled vehicle that cleared. traffic is slow eastbound on the schuylkill expressway as you head toward gladwyn. let's look at the sunshine. you're driving into it, i-95 in delaware county.
beautiful, but, yeah you'll have sun glare this morning. watch for a slow go. it's not developing yet in this area in delaware county on i-95. i talked to police in chester county they are telling he he me about debris on the roadway at 202 at mattlack street. ia truck was driving along and lost its load you'll see debris, paper traveling along 202 in chester. police in camden county told me about an accident 1010 southbound in delran. looks like a fender bender. the big issue is in horsham, blair mill road is shut down, stick to dresher road. let's stay on that, that's breaking right now.
a busy road in montgomery county as crews are trying to clean up after the aftermath. annie mccormick is live on blair mill road in horsham. >> reporter: we were told by police that blair mill road will be reopened at any moment between whitmer and welsh. closed for most of the morning. chopper 6 hd is overhead they can give you a live picture over the area that they have had problems with why they had to shut down the road. at 2:00 a.m. there was a vehicle that lost control, the driver did and crashed into a utility pole. that pole was downed along with the overhead wire. overnight you can see crews have been here since overnight working to begin the repairs. according to the peco web page, less than five customers were without power in the area with an estimated restore time of
9:00 a.m. even though it says less than 5 customers, this is an area that has businesses, lows, sames club, even five customers means it could be affecting major businesses. we have seen the lights come on in some areas, the peco crews will be out here for another three hours, they will to wait for verizon to come out here because their lines were affected. blair mill road is about to be reopened. for morning commuters that's okay. as for the vehicle that crashed into the utility pole we were told there were no reports of injuries. reporting live in horsham, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. thank you, annie. philadelphia police are trying to figure out who murdered an 83-year-old woman in her germantown home. police arrived at the scene at
12:30 p.m. members of the family tried to console one another outside the home. her husband was in the house as well. new on "action news," students at kutztown university in berks county are on high alert after several armed crook attacked and robbed the students. they may be in a white volvo with a temporary tag. the car the three men and two women fled in have a broken drivers side rear window. call police if you can help them catch the people they are looking for. one person is on the mend after a blaze break out at a home in the logan section of philadelphia. the action cam was on the scene on north marvine street it took
an hour to get the fire under control. the accuser of bill cosby sexual assault case in montgomery county wants the secrecy pack to be thrown out. in the lawsuit that cosby filed against constan and her mother and lawyer. constand said cosby's lawyers have spoken out about the case. police arrested the comedian last year. now to presidential politics, the gloves were off, at least the nice gloves, because they put boxing gloves at the democratic presidential debate in new york. bernie sanders went after hillary clinton he said her support for the iraq war and trade agreements made him question her judgment. i don't believe that also the kind of judgment we -- i don't believe that's the kind of judgment we need to be president.
president obama trusted my judgment enough to be secretary of state of the united states. but clinton was quick to shoot back calling his attacks phone. she criticized his command on policy and record on guns. the two face off in new york's state democratic primary on tuesday. on the republican side donald trump continues to dominate polls in new york. not among trump supporters is the state's former governor, george pataki who endorsed john kasich last night warning trump would drive the republican party off a cliff. happening today, flyers fans are invited to a playoff pep rally. it takes takes place in bala pl. steve mason will do everything to keep the capitols off the board as they remember ed snyder.
capitols shut out the flyers 2-0 in washington, d.c. last night. game two is tomorrow night in washington. let's turn to david murphy now to take a look at accuweather good morning. >> reporter: good morning, it's a nice one out there today, huh, once again. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we are dry across the region. as we look outside we're looking at the airport. there's the nice early sunshine streaking in across the terminals. it's going to be a a good one today even though it's on the cool side. in philadelphia, 42 degrees, most of the suburbs in the mid to upper 30s. winds are calm across the region, but it's a morning that's kind of chilly and you will want an extra layer on. won't need it forever. we'll have sunshine to warm us up. we have cloud cover in canada and out in virginia that will not make it here today with any great detail.
sunshine by 8:00 a.m. 42 degrees by 10:00 a.m., 51. things start to get better, noon 57. 3:00 p.m., that's the high, 64. one degree better than yesterday. with less wind it will be more comfortable than yesterday, i spent time outside with yesterday and enjoyed myself. i think you will today. 64 in allentown. 65 in reading. similar temperatures through the northern half of region. as you go through south jersey and delaware, it's cooler. along the oceanfront, mid 50s today. have plans to go see the phillies. they need playing great lately. the washington nationals are in town, mainly clear and cool, not a lot of breeze, first pitch temperature of 61. down to 50 by the 9th inning. definitely a couple of layers. high pressure is in control right now. as we look at future tracker 6 showing rainfall across the
eastern united states over the next four or five days it's all shoved back out to the west. by monday night into tuesday we might get a little sprinkle or shower here. that high will protect us today and straight through the weekend. expect sunshine today saturday and sunday. it gets warmer with the high shifting to the east and a southerly flow coming in. 72 degrees on sunday. it's cooler down the shore, some of you might have plans to pick out a summer rental, perhaps. you'll need a jacket. 64 today, sunny and nice, tomorrow, 67. more sunshine on sunday, high of 72. 80 for the high on monday, super warm conditions. a lot of sun most of the day, although at night there could be a shower. a shower spills into tuesday morning, it's cooler hind it. 68. 64 on wednesday. how about back up to the mid
70s. copper tone days are back. >> reporter: that's a good point, sunscreen weather right now. still ahead on "action news," the deadly quake that shook parts of japan. a miracle discovered in the rubble. a scare in the air forces a pilot to land a commercial passenger plane. >> reporter: live on 42, coming up from deptford and turnersville. good looking ride. we'll show you where we're jammed up when "action news" comes back. a cross fit trainer went to new heights to save a family in trouble. that incredible story coming up soon. welcome back you're taking
a live look down the shore here on sky6 live hd. it looks gorgeous and summertime ready, but it's chilly out there, 44 degrees. won't be too long karen, out there on the beach. >> reporter: i know i've been counting down since last august. almost time, but not quite. let's hit the roads and show you what it looks like the commute this morning. this is 9 i-95 and the schuylkill expressway overall we're seeing the volume build. no major accidents on the blue route, but slow in that area. the big issue we've had all morning is in horsham township.
we've had annie mccormick telling us live that blair mill road expected to reopen shortly between whitmer and welsh. stick to dresher as the alternate. we had the downed wires from an earlier accident. the crews on the scene, they have the heavy equipment. they've been doing there work trying to fix the downed wires. expect it to open momentarily on blair mill road. i-95 southbound traffic is jammed at cottman as you head toward center city. 24 minute ride between woodhaven and the vine. a slow go there on i-95. i want to show you the big picture, there are the slow speeds, i-95. schuylkill expressway westbound to past belmont 22 miles per hour. the boulevard showing down 19, 38 miles per hour as you head toward the schuylkill
expressway. 42 degrees in philadelphia. it's a cold start. nine people were killed and 800 injured by a earthquake in southern japan that toppled roads and making roads duck -- buckled. a bird strike forced a passenger jet to make an emergency landing in west virginia. this is video of the cracked windshield. the delta flight was en route with 57 passengers on board. the aircraft touched down safely at yeager charlie -- charleston
airport. nba commissioner and team owners will discuss to north carolina state law that limits the legal protections of lgbt individuals. losing the all star game would be a blow to charlotte. dozens of concerts and conventions and other events pulled out of the city due to the new law. aangry april busts loose and goes any which way but loose. >> reporter: it's chilly out there, some in the upper 30s. and philadelphia 42. this afternoon we can go lighter on gear. i'll have the day planner forecast, get your shades ready that's coming up. t alone.
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people. more problems for football star johnny manzell, his high-powered agent will only take him back if he gets treatment in the next five days. happy friday, amy. we'll miss you over the we can see you next week. >> reporter: let's take a look outside, we want to check the jam on the schuylkill expressway. maybe friday, but a lot of people trying to go to work, you might be spry his they are taking the schuylkill westbound. the usual jam on the schuylkill westbound. meanwhile, we have an disabled vehicle at chestnut and franklin street. look for lanes to be restricted there. >> reporter: 42 in philadelphia. most of the suburbs in the 30s, when you look at the winds it's easy to take the cool numbers. calm winds and low single tickets. things will turn around in a hurry. 9:00 a.m., 47.
11:00 a.m., 54. the third straight day we'll be in the 60s. 62 degrees by 2:00 p.m. we'll see a high around 3:00 p.m. anne 4:00 p.m., 64 degrees. lots of sun and light wind. 67 tomorrow and 72 on sunday. >> thanks david. check out the chimp who made a smooth getaway from a zoo in japan. cha cha is agile and at times angry. he showed a utility worker, you want to touch me, how about this? grrrr! look at that. they said get the tranquilizer gun, they shot him and he lost his balance and let go, but luckily right beneath him was the cha cha plastic landing sheet. brought him away he is doing okay and back in captivity. a cross foot trainer's register meant helped save a family in an accident in
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killer who shot an 83-year-old woman inside her germantown home yesterday. mary morton was shot twice in the chest. morton's husband is in his 90s and alzheimers disease. >> reporter: you see sun glare, 322 everybody jamming up as they drive into the sun. >> reporter: 64 degrees at 3:00 p.m. nice after a chilly start. less wind and lots of sun. you want to remember sunscreen. it's that time of the year. i take walks all the time it's
good morning, america. the democrats brawl in brooklyn. >> i love being in brooklyn. this is great. >> their most personal attacks yet. hillary clinton and bernie sanders. >> i do question her junlt. >>
i've been called a lot of things in my life. that was a first. >> the race tighter than ever. sanders promising to fight to the finish. protests erupt at a republican event overnight as donald trump faces a new fight and lands a big endorsement this morning. emergency landing. >> we have an emergency inbound. >> a jet full of passengers forced to land overnight when a bird strikes the cockpit cracking the windshield. the very latest on the terrifying midair incident. one of the killers behind the charles manson murders about to go free. leslie van houten recommended for parole 46