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>> reporter: good morning, everyone, we have clouds out there, and the clouds will get thicker and the rain will hit in the afternoon hours. 43 in in allentown. chilly there. 47 in reading and millville. 4547 in wilmington, 45 in millville. almost 50 degrees in cape may, new jersey. on the bus stop stop, jackets not a bad idea. 48 cease at 6:00 a.m. 51 at 8:00 a.m. mostly cloudy skies and sunny breaks. as we roll through the afternoon it will cooler and damp. if you're thinking the kids need the umbrella on the way out the doors, arm them for the trip home. it's probably a day where we'll get the high of the day, fairly early around 1:00 p.m. the rain comes in the
temperatures shoot down. 51 degrees by >> reporter: roads are dry for now heading out early this morning. looking live on i-95, approaching the blue route. you can see construction with penndot blocking the on-ramp for another half-hour. in pottstown we have concerns about the integrity of a church here, they have shut down king street. use had hanover. no traffic out there westbound, eastbound a couple of cars moving okay at this point on the vine. burlington bristol bridge reopened, the overnight construction is cleared there, tam. happening today, police plan to talk about an armed s.w.a.t team raid on home in southwest philadelphia. the problem, they say they had
the wrong people. annie mccormick is live at police headquarters, she's got the story, good morning, annie. >> reporter: good morning, tamala, police have confirmed to go "action news" that the people inside the home at the time of the raid were not the people they were looking for. now that southwest philadelphia family said they are traumatized after the raid happened in the middle of the night. coming out of the shower there's a pump action rifle in my chest, he is like put your hands up. i'm like whoa. >> reporter: this man said s.w.a.t team came to his home using surveillance video police believed potential suspects from a home invasion were inside the home. it traumatized me so bad i had to go to the doctors this morning. >> reporter: a woman is physically impaired after an
ex-boyfriend shot her in the head. the officers left behind an broken door and bruised shoulder. after they were brought in for questioning, police realized they had the wrong people. they said we had you mistaken for someone else it was a misunderstanding, they were going to give us a ride home. >> reporter: reporting live in front of police headquarters, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." thank you for that. happening today, counselors will be on hand at george reid middle school in new castle, a youngster was struck and killed while trying to run across a busy highway, police say the teen stepped into the path of a toyota camry. police said the driver stopped and will not be charged.
a two car crashed happened at midnight. the crash was so intense, the towing company had to pry the vehicles apart. the drivers are in serious, but stable condition. 15 district police were on patrol near the 4700 block of oxford avenue when they heard gunfire. they found the victim lying on the sidewalk with three bullet wounds to the back. cameras recorded a potential suspect running from the scene. they are looking for him this morning. a reading man is behind bars accused of trying to kill his boy friend by pouring fabric softener endear mouth. he forced her out open and
poured the fabric so softener ad tried to strangle her. his family said he was mental problems but they never thought he would go this far. the woman was able to spit out the fabric softener and is doing well. "action news" has confirmed kelly o'brian's father patrick was murdered back in 2006, his death the first homicide in north hampton county. she died on monday after a tractor-trailer overturned on her car in bensalem. twist and turns in the white house continued donald trump is mocking ted cruz for
announce ago running mate while bernie sanders is drastically cutting his campaign staff. kenneth moten has the latest from washington. >> reporter: political surprises just keep coming. a new relationship has started. cruz and carly. cruz can't win. >> reporter: donald trump was quick to respond to ted cruz's unusual move. my vice presidential nominee carly fee arina. trump went delivering a foreign policy speech in washington, d.c. to criticizing president obama, to standing with coach.
next tuesday let us have the highest voter turnout in indiana history. cruz is 400 delegates behind trump and mathematically out, hoping his vp pick will give him momentum in the primaries. a baltimore police officer shoots a 13-year-old with a replica gun. a home under construction had an unusual squatter, a
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looking outside, atlantic city sky6 live hd looking north along the coastline there. cloud cover is part of the package today. generally speaking i think the clouds will win out quickly today. the temperature is cool, 49 degrees in philadelphia. a little jacket a good idea. winds not that strong, north/northwest at 5 miles per hour. they will be curng off the ocean later on -- turning off the ocean later on. midday, there's a possibility that participates of delaware are giggle to -- parts of delaware are getting rain and also lancaster county. we'll have spotty showers push in across the region. that continues on and off through the evening commute where we'll see spotty precipitation, even when isn't raining it will be damp and wet on the roads. not a driving rain for the most part today. but definitely on the wet side.
as we go up to 10, 11:00 p.m. cecily and adam will have something to show you on radar later tonight. 51 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 55 degrees by 10:00. this is a weird day where the high temperatures will be around lunchtime. 59 at noon. once the rain pushes in, cooler air will be drawn back into it and we'll sink to the low 50s by 5:00 p.m. the rain will be part of the package today. high temperature across the region. 56 degrees in allentown. 57 in trenton. 57 in reading and wilmington. there's the 59 in philadelphia. 58 in millville and dover and mid 50s down the shore, really everybody is looking at cloudy conditions giving way to damp conditions and relatively cool air today. with a wave of low pressure close by, it will be cloudy and cool we'll see another day where we'll feature scattered showers and future tracker 65 picking up
that story at 5:00 a.m. we'll have something to show you on radar during this broadcast. it's light nuisance rain. if you have tickets to the phillies tomorrow night bring rain gear because there could showers during the game. today's high is a cool 59 degrees, tomorrow, rain and drizzle on and off through the day and 58. saturday, 56 nice for union fans on saturday and sunday night. we're seeing a progression of the rain coming in sooner, dry for the broad street run in the morning, but in the afternoon, 65 degrees and there's a chance of rain moving in during the afternoon and evening. cloudy and showers on monday, all out shower rain on tuesday, 72. wednesday, showers and
thunderstorms, 72 degrees. remember when we're not on the air you can get the latest information on 6abc.com/weather. i had a lot of people saying on social media, we could use rain. we're in a pattern where we could get pretty much everyday. baltimore police say one of their officers shot a 13-year-old boy thinking he was carrying a real gun. it turned out to be a replica pistol. two officers identified themselves and the boy ran, the officers caught up with the teen and ordered him to drop the gun, when he did not, police say one of the officers shot him in the leg. the teen is expected to be okay. the commissioner said there's no reason to believe the officers acted inappropriately. lapd is investigating whether a newly identified young woman who had been found stabbed back in 1969 is connected to the mansion
family killings. a detective said they have interviewed charles mansion about the woman. they used deny to identify her after a family member recognized her posted online. they are trying to track down a man known as john when she met in toronto, she flew to los angeles the same year she was killed. look at the dent. you can see how a bird strike damage the nose of a plane. the jet returned to seattle sea tack airport without incident. american airlines said two or more birds may have hit that plane. 150 passengers were on board, no injuries were reported. a massive shark tooth reptile possibly with love on its mind greeted people inside a home in louisiana.
contractors had to stop by to do warning and spotted the rowdy reptile and the gator did not want to go quietly. all of a sudden you saw something wave at me, it was the alligator's tail itself. i got closer and said what is in the devil is that, got closer, alligator. an alligator hunter was brought in to wrangle the alligator and took him back to the wild. look like he was looking for a little love. it is mating season. amazon is bringing jobs to the garden state. a look at the olympic games next. good morning, 4:50,
roads. they have been intermittently blocking all lanes, jam on i-95 southbound into delaware you're jammed from 322 they currently have a traffic stop. looks like traffic is getting ready to move right here. crews have been blocking all lanes intermittently. this is a point they are blocking the lane. i-95 southbound jammed from 322 to the delaware state line. they need having the intermittent blockages. valley forge road and gulph road we have one lane blocked. 73, skippack road that bridge is closed, the graterford road bridge is reopened starting today. we're getting a look this morning at what the american olympic team will be sporting during the closing ceremony in brazil this year. team members can choose between a red white or blue button down
shirt they will wear them with chinos and boat shoes. they will be unveiled for the august 5th start date for the game. they got a lot flack for the uniforms before, those are more classic. amazon is expanding and adding facilities in new jersey, that means 2,000 jobs. they will build a facility in florence, burlington county and expanding a plant in middlesex county. 40,000 verizon workers remain on strike across the east coast. since that strike began al13th, they have seen a spike in damage to equipment and lines. verizon is now offering rewards
up to ten thousand dollars for information about the incidents. let's take a look at the markets, major stock indeetionz were mixed -- indices were mixed, this morning futures pointing to a lower open. uber could be charging if drivers wait two minutes, right now there's a five minute grace period. new jersey, new york city phoenix and dallas are the test cities, i think it's a bad ideas between surge pricing and say not worth it. five minute grace period seems fair. two minutes are you're gathering your things. you might call and complain. i'll do that right after the show. some lawmakers on capitol hill are considering a
a 15-year-old passenger was arrested. congress is requiring woman to register for the military draft, 32-20 to approve an amendment for a policy bill. the full house will take up the bill soon. the move comes a few months after the defense department lifted all gender based restrictions on front line combat units. details coming up that continue to come out of the investigation into a sudden death of prince, more on what was found inside his minnesota home. a study looks on a half century of data of spanking children and issues a verdict on whether the parental punishment does any good. good morningt
is 5:00 a.m. on this thursday, april 28 here's what's happening. students return to class one day after classmate was struck and killed on a busy delaware roadway. a man accuracy into his own -- crashes into his own home leading police to a marijuana growing equipment. hot topic of spanking your children there's a verdict. let's go over to dave and re