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>> new on "action news," sunday morning, five people are hurt in a wild crash in southwest philadelphia. police say it was the end of a police pursuit. philadelphia mayor jim kenny is calling for a stiffer penalty for the person behind racist message against black students at the university of pennsylvania. the eagles are back at the linc against the falcons well hear from carson wentz. sky6 live hd looking live at the commodor barry bridge, we hope it will be a
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picture-perfect day, like that picture. >> reporter: colder this morning, but today we'll have sunshine and it will be milder. outside we go looking at the center city skyline. a carbon copy of yesterday, temperatures are chilly. freeze warning continues for the purpose of the areas highlighted in the light blue shade. temperatures are expected to drop down close to freezing in these areas for the first time this season. 32 degrees is the low already this season. that's part of the reason why it's limited in terms of real estate. temperatures will bounce back this afternoon. chilly numbers to start, milder later on. oxford, 29. 33 in coatsville, saint david, 34. center city, 38. warrington, 34. glassboro down to 29. 38 in cinnaminson. 29 in vineland. gandys beach, 31. milder on the water, because ocean temperatures are in the
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50s. 46 in cape may. satellite and radar, cloud cover passing on by to the north. it will be another picture perfect day just like yesterday. 57 degrees by 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., 59. that is our forecasted high for today. when i come back in just a few minutes we're talking about much-needed rain in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> gray. >> thank you so much for the update. 6:02. new this morning, a rowdy customer stay 7-eleven turned a southwest philadelphia street into a demolition derby. he crashed his pontiac into several vehicles while running away from police. the suspect and the people hurt in this. the man tossed coffee and other items inside a sharon hill in 7-eleven. officers arrived to stop the man, they say he drove away. by the time he crashed the car's tires had fallen off. the injured were taken to penn presbyterian, them be okay.
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>> reporter: the driver is facing charge. two women trying to cross a center city street were hit by a pickup truck. the women ages 20 and 27 were in the intersection at 2:30 a.m. when a white dodge pick up truck hit them. the victims are listed in critical condition. police say the truck did stop at the scene and they took the driver do custody no word of charges. villanova university and radnor police are investigating a racially motivated attack on a student. thursday night a black student was allegedly assaulted in a septa tunnel that connected two sections of the city. the white suspect ran toward her shouting trump and knocked her to the ground. they are described as members of the villanova community that's in an e-mail from the school president. villanova statement said the university finds this conduct
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galorable that finds this race -- blowerrable -- deplorable. later this morning, the naacp of philadelphia said it will make a statement about racist online messages sent to black students at the university of pennsylvania. mayor kenny is speaking about the message calling for stiffer punishment. the student is from the university of oklahoma. the unidentified student was temporarily suspended. mayor kenny said that's not good enough. >> they should lock him up, he shouldn't be suspended from school, he should be locked up. this is at terrible. we have to worry about our own freshman students trying tryingo adapt to college life being hassled and treated like second
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class citizens in a country where freedom was the hard-earned. there were images of lynching and racist language and mentions of donald trump. fbi is checking to see if anyone else played a role in the messages. 6:05. if you're just waking up with us, we continue to track the transition of power, president-elect donald trump is closing in on a chief of staff, kelly and con-- kellyanne conway is talking about the time frame and getting a whole lot of buzz. >> [inaudible] there are several people being considered there will be a decision ultimately. >> reporter: conway is talk about reince prebis.
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trump's transition team rudy giuliani will be a guest with george stephanopoulos joined by chief ellison, rumored new leader of the democratic party. >> protesters continue to condemn the election of trump from coast to coast. many people marched down market street in center city. they held signs and chanted walking arm in arm. arrests are reported out west. a violent robbery attempt in center city sent 6 people to the hospital. it was called a flash mob. a shopper tells "action news" he fielder for his life when the large group of teens appeared from nowhere, people ran into stores for safety. >> crazy out here. i don't know if they started at
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a protest or flash mob, it's not the right way to do it whatever it was. we're told the injuries were minor. the victims were taken to the hospital just as a precaution, there need at least two arrests. an 8 hour standoff in bucks county over, it ended peacefully but not before shots were fired by the manholed up. >> jennette reyes has more. >> we saw a cop going down the street and this. >> reporter: neighbors along hulmeville road and g limit -- gillam avenue watched the s.w.a.t team going down the street. >> i thought there was a bomb scare. >> reporter: middletown township police say they received a call from the suspect's ex-wife or girl friend concerned after
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receiving text messages from him saying he was going to hurt himself. >> because of the nature of the text messages and uncertainty of the situation they decided it was best to contain the scene and call swat in. >> reporter: things escalated after the suspect refused to come out. >> he fired a couple of shots from a shotgun out the window in the direction of officers who were stationed behind the home. >> reporter: that's when police dramatically changed their approach. >> once we fired the shots, originally we told residents to stay in their homes and ground floor lower, once we shots were fired we evacuated the immediate homes surrounding him. >> reporter: tense negotiations continued through text massaging and were not successful. the suspect fell silent for more than two hours. >> we hit every floor with tear gas that didn't get him out of the house. after that we sent in a robot that has a camera on it. >> reporter: that's when the
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s.w.a.t team entered the home and found the suspect. >> he was, i believe, on the second floor rolled up in carpet. >> reporter: the motive behind this is unknown, they were not call out to the home in the past for domestic incidents and there is no documented history of mental illness. reporting from middle town township, jennette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> moving on to the eagles and pivotal showdown at the linc against the falcons. the birds lost two games in a row, they are 4-4. today they have to stop the falcons high-powered offense. later in sports, carson wentz talks about learning from the tough losses. we'll bring you a live report from the link on "action news" at noon before kick sick i don'. we have more much -- kickoff, we have much more news on sunday morning, two people
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were shot outside a new jersey banquet hall. remembering victims of a terror attack in paris where many died. >> look up in the sky, you're in for a show you have not seen since 1948. >> reporter: blustery and cold, look at the windchill numbers down in the 20s. good news is, we're warming up this afternoon, we are also tracking rain monday night into tuesday, details coming up in accuweather.
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galactic marvel to enjoy tonight. the largest supermoon since 1948. it will look exceptional large because it is closer to earth. 30,000 miles per hour closer than normal. you won't see another super money until november 25, 2034, do expect another one similar to this, december 16. >> if you liked yesterday, you will like today. >> okay. >> reporter: let's get you outside, show you what's going on, the sun is starting to rise, we're down in cape may, the temperatures are close to freezing in several locations, we're seeing patchy frost, but clearly nothing going on
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upstairs. radars are clear we'll keep it that way today. tomorrow looks good, as well. there are showers monday night into tuesday morning. 38 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint of 29. the pressure is holding steady at 30.22 inches. ment winds out of the southwest at 7 miles per hour. ocean temperature, 54. they are freezing in the poconos. 32 in in allentown. millville, 27 degrees, lancaster, checking in at 28. when you factor in the breeze which is not all that strong, but it's enough to combine the two to drop these numbers down even farther. feels like 28 in wilmington with the wind. 27 in millville. 34 in reading. feels like a blustery 23 degrees up in the poconos. satellite and radar, high pressure, huge area of high pressure just sitting here, it's actually located out here in this part of the country. it's sprawling outward, it is
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this whole area that's enjoying comfortable conditions, relative to seasonal averages with high pressure in control it's hard to get any clouds. we're forecasting mostly sunny skies, clear overnight tonight. we start out sunny tomorrow, 9:00 a.m., we see clouds increase during the day, which will put a lid on how high the temperatures get. clouds lower and thicken in the evening hours and here comes light rain with a coastline system monday night into tuesday, rainfall totals don't look too terribly impressive. it is much needed. most locations will pick up a good half inch of rain or so. once we get past that it's high and dry for the rest of the week. sunny and milder, high around 59. wind out of the west, southwest at are 5 to 15 miles per hour. we'll be 8 degrees warmer than yesterday's high of 51. 1 mammal, 57.
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3:00 p.m., another cold one overnight tonight, 37 in center city underneath a clear sky, you'll get a good advance of the full moon this evening, and overnight tonight. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, nice weather for the eagles/falcons game today, temperatures close to 60. the slightest breeze out of the southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. monday, sun to clouds, monday morning rain, 57. tuesday, wednesday, we have a combination of sun and clouds and temperatures in the 60s. that's it for the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast more news after this. twenty three times since. the bills started to pile up. i had nothing to give. we had nothing in the refrigerator. i would be dead and not sitting here right now if it wasn't for
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another 16 service members and polish service member were wounded. taliban claimed responsibility. in upstate new york, a shopper fired tan apple store in albany. the mall was in lockdown for 6 hours while police searched for the suspect. nobody was hurt and the gunman is on the loose. good news to tell you about this morning, conjoined twins separated last month are doing better than expected. the 13-month-old boys had 27 hour surgery. the kids are doing well enough to have their breathing tubes removed. the twins are doing so great they may begin rehab outside of the hospital. a lehigh valley may be the best place to retire in the northeast. bethlehem is number one on the money magazine list because of
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everyone, 6:23 sunday morning, salt sat we're actually tracking a small, little coastal storm. you can see the split in the jet stream there, there's the northern branch that controls all the cold and the southern branch all the warmth. we'll get a small little suburbs riding the southern branch. this will develop and move north up into new england.
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here's the good news we have high pressure buildings in from the west, this is a pacific high, it's mild, there's no cold air here, all the cold is up here. it's actually off the screen, it's toward the hudson bay. so there's no connection here, we'll get rain out of this system, no snow or mixed precipitation. it is a weather pattern that will need to be watched over the next couple of months. as we get the cold air in and we get the coastal storms development that could be a problem. city of philadelphia, close to 60, as well. sunny and milder, the shore, 61. and the poconos, 53. >> danny garcia won a boxing match at the liacouras center. the ref called the fight in the 7th round. last night's bout was a tuneup
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for the title match in march. eagles fans hope a local boy goes home a loser today, here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: the eagles quarterback carson wentz knows he sounds like a broken record. if the eagles are going to break the losing streak today gains atlanta, they have to break bad habits late in games. wentz and eagles have to be on their a-game against matt ryan and the first place falcons. >> we all around here, we're kind of sick to our stomach where we are at with all the close games. we're tired of learning these things of we have to go out and execute and do the job and show that we have learned from them. >> this point there are no excuses, our season cocked up and down we understand it --
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could go up and down and we understand it and we have to learn from it. >> reporter: steve mason, embarrassed after an ugly loss, finds himself in net with a shot to save the day. michael gordon got the start in net, 21 seconds in the game they allowed the most goals in hockey. flyers down 1. he leaves with an knee injury, he will be evaluated today. steve mason comes in to start the second period and start the come back, down one, tied at 2! flyers who have the most power plays in the nhl can add one more. seconds to go in the game, steve masons saves it. flyers win 3-2.
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their losing streak is over. >> we were playing good, steve came in and made some stellar saves. >> we talked about that from game one, a lot of come back wins, it shows the character in the group. we needed the two points and we rarely get them. >> sixers trying to win two straight for the first time in two years, embiid, mia resting after going over his minute restriction overnight. okafor gets a start in atlanta at that. okafor where are you? , third quarter, sixers down as many as 11. they fight back, it's at close as they get. atlanta shoots over 50%.
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end in gunfire, two people have been shot. >> outrage and calls for healing as a camp put community responds to racist messages targeting black students. hillary is pointing the blame at herself and someone's, exactly what did she have to say. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's cold out there, but it could be worse. >> reporter: you'll need extra layers first thing this morning but you'll be able to peel them back. we'll have temperatures 61 degrees, beautiful shot of the ben franklin bridge, mainly clear, temperatures big story, here we go. they are chilly again, 32 in the lehigh valley. also the poconos. lancaster one of the colder locations, 28 him millville, 27. there's a freeze warning in
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effect for the state of delaware, as well as cape may and delaware county. dover, 27 and trenton, 34 degrees, satellite and radar we'll keep it clear today, cloud cover storm track to the north that means like yesterday we're high and dry. here's the forecast. lots of sunshine throughout the morning hours, it will continue through the afternoon. 11:00 a.m., 52. 1:00 p.m., 57. 3:00 p.m., 589. just a light breeze -- 59 just a light breeze out of the southwest. rain is in the forecast, i'll let you know when it arrives in ten minutes. >> new this morning, gunfire outside a banquet hall in pennsauken, new jersey, has wounded two men. the action cam was at the scene on route 73. the argument spilled into out of the hall at 2:15 a.m., a man was shot in the chest and another in
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the arm. another person was found unconscious at the scene. police have not said if they made any arrests. this morning, two young women are in critical condition after getting run down by a pickup truck on a center city street. the action cam was at the scene, 11th and market. police say the women, ages 20 and 27 were in the intersection when a white dodge pickup hit them. the victims are undergoing surgery at hanheman hospital. so far no charges. students at the university of pennsylvania are stunned by the racist text messages sent to students on campus, some people want president-elect to comment about the messages. >> reporter: for the penn student we spoke with it felt like a different kind of saturday morning, many have come face-to-face with racist attack also. >> it's upsetting that our fell
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students are getting these threats. >> reporter: it's the day after extremely disturbing hate-filled messages were sent to african-american freshman on campus. if you're wondering how they impact the students one friend tells us. >> they are scared. >> reporter: u-penn officials report that a student from the university of oklahoma is behind this. he has been suspended. today some are pointing the blame on president-elect donald trump and his campaign, the fact that's a graduate of penn many are calling on him to respond and condemn. >> he should issue a message that he doesn't support actions like this. >> reporter: you will notice something different about the sculpture on campus, a safety pin added by a student. >> i thought it was great idea
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to use the safety pin to bring the city together. >> it is hoped that the addition of the safety pin will he'll things. every freshman african-american student received these hateful remarks. that means they had to do a lot of research, that is scary. >> more violent protests are taking place over donald trump's election. last night demonstrators from the indiana state house started peacefully and turned violent. when police moved in to make arrest, some protesters threw rocks. police are looking for the group that showed up at the protest with a bag of rocks, some protester also were from out of town. protesters gathered outside
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trump tower. filmmaker michael more entered the lobby and asked to see trump. he was denied. hillary clinton is blaming herself for owe her loss to donald trump. she is also blaming james comey, the fbi cleared clinton of any possible charges several days later. >> donald trump won the presidency without big bucks from top gop donors in the primary. sharrie williams looks at how election holds a rare place in the history books. >> we must reclaim our country's destiny. >> reporter: the election of donald trump etched a rare place in presidential historical. else only the second president to not serve in any political office beforehand. , dwight eisenhower was the
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other. against backlash on both sides of the aisle, trump outlasted 16 republicans before the general election that's the most crowded field by a single party in american history and he won the presidency without winning the popular vote another rarity, that's only happened four other times, the most recent, the bush gore 2000 vote. trump won the electoral college created by the founding father. in all but two states the candidates who with wins the most votes in a state get all the votes. >> at the feared mob rule, at the time the electoral college was put in effect there was no popular vote for president. >> i think it's crazy
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especially with social media nowadays. you have to think what each person represents. >> it's crazier than other years, it's nonetheless an election and be great for our county. >> mildred cast her vote in overbrook, she is 99 and supported hillary clinton, they now wait for the next chapter in donald trump's jaw-dropping story, sharrie williams channel 6 "action news." >> inside story at 11:30 digs deeper into donald trump's presidential victory, driven by a win in pennsylvania. they look at the highly contested senate race pat toomey defeated katie mcginty. philadelphia congressman elect dwight evans will be sworn in in washington, d.c. he was elected to finish the last couple of months of current
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term of chaka fattah, you remember that chaka fattah resign after being convicted of racketeering and other charges. a new york city columnist took on a robber in old city. he left his wife to go get coffee. when he returned a man was inside momming -- holding his wife while she was fast a sleep. police arrived and arrested the suspect. there is a lot of talk today about the eagles falcon game at the linc. the college football world is shaken up. there was another classic finish on 6abc. and there it is, iowa shocked number 3 michigan on a field goal in the final second, number 2 and number 4 also lost, it was the first time since 1985 that
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three teams in the associated press top 25 lost on the same day. penn state was number 12 going in, the nittany lions may fall into the top ten. the boss bruce springsteen had another reason to thank a group of new jersey veterans that's because they helped him out when he was stranded on the side of the road. his motorcycle broke down a group of bikers stopped and they gave him a ride to nearby restaurant. bruce took pictures with the guys and bought them beers and left one one dollars on the table. >> 6:40, "action news" troubleshooters get answers next. a grieving father turns to us for help, plus a daughter needs our assistance to keep her mother safe. a young girl is creating a personal salute to veterans in a
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>> it's kind of black. >> reporter: those are the colors i mess up, black and navy blue. >> it looks good. looks great. >> reporter: let go live on sky6 live hd, it's quiet out there, it's cold and quiet, we don't have any storm systems we're tracking over the neck day or so, the wind have eased up, we have a gusty breeze on friday, somewhat of a breeze yesterday, as you can see looking down on the trees, there's not much wind out there at all. radars are clear we'll keep it that way until monday night. that's the next chance of rain and it lingers into tuesday with a small little coastal system riding up the eastern seaboard. i'll show you that on future tracker in a moment. 59 is the high temperature we're shooting for today which is close to the seasonal average. 36 was the low temperature. 32 in the poconos. 32 in allentown. philadelphia 38. millville dropping off a cliff
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right now. 27 degrees, lancaster, 28. 37 in dover, wilmington, 33. here's the good news if we were concerned about an arctic outbreak or cold air driving in from the north, you would see significantly colder numbers up here toward the top of screen. we're not seeing that. it's 48 in buffalo. 33 in binghamton, there's no arctic air out there. it's cold this morning, it's kind of like a pacific northwest high that's moving in, not an an arctic high. yesterday it was the coldest day we'll see in the foreseeable future. numbers start rebounding this afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, cloud scofer scofer -- cover stays away. as confirmed on future tracker, same as yesterday, lots of sunshine from start to finish. overnight it's clear. we get into monday, there's the first signs of the coastal system. clouds increase and lower and thicken by evening.
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monday night into tuesday morning, here comes the rain starting to overspread the area southeast to northwest. doesn't seem to be a ton of rain, but it's much-needed at this point, philadelphia is close to 5 inches in the deficit. most areas with this system could see anywhere from half inch to three-quarters of an inch. outside of tuesday, look at that, the rest of the week looks dry, no shot of rain, monday, wednesday, thursday or friday. 59 degrees close to 60 to the south. upper 50s north and west, sunny skies and milder. southwesterly breeze shouldn't play into the eagles game, shouldn't be any issues with the kicking today. reading 28. lancaster, 29. allentown, 27. millville, 38 degrees. cape may, 42. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 60 degrees tomorrow, increasing clouds, rain breaking out after midnight
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monday night. lingering into tuesday morning, perhaps a leftover shower by afternoon, otherwise, cloudy and damp, gray, 57. wednesday, sun and clouds, 60. thursday, pleasant, warmer 62. friday, 63. saturday, 65. sunday a cold front comes in temperatures are in the upper 40s for the highs. 65 from 48. >> like a slap [laughter]. folks i would like to remind you, you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time at 6abc.com/weather. the philadelphia police department and fop lodge 5 held a run and walk yesterday. the 7th annual survivors 5k anticipate one mile fun run took place in northeast philadelphia. proceeds go to families of officers who were killed or died in the line of duty. time to turn to the "action news" troubleshooters, a father mourning the loss of his son
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reached out for help. plus the saga of the steps. >> reporter: tell me what happened. >> yes. >> reporter: nina sherman lives with her 88-year-old mother. the step is cracked. she hired a contractor to fix it. she called the cement cracker back to repair it. he said i'm with a customer, i'll call you back. he didn't call back, i called again, he didn't answer. i called again. >> reporter: then sherman dialed the "action news" troubleshooter. all call or action volunteers called the cracker and stayed on top of the situation until the repair was cemented. the top step fixed once and for all. >> he was so faithful and so good, everybody couldn't believe
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how wonderful he was. >> reporter: william thinks about his son michael every day. he had a severe form of muscular distrophy and passed away in january. he wanted to put the year of his death on the grave marker and was shocked by the cemetary. >> they said you have to pay for that. >> reporter: he refused to pay the fee since he said it was included in the 3,200-dollar price he already paid. he turned to the "action news" troubleshooters and got results. 2016 engraved on the grave stone with no additional fees. he was moved to tears and gratitude and questions, as well. >> we thank everybody, i'm alone, and to do this is just
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>> time now, 6:51 arc 19-year-old was shot and killed while walking to the store in germantown. police are searching for the killer and the victim's mother is asking for your help. here's rick williams with this >> reporter: edna remembers her. son markeish johnson with a big smile. >> loving caring and big smile, all around good kid, i loved him
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and he loved his mother and son and his sister. >> reporter: johnson was heading out to store in the philadelphia germantown section. >> >> he was going to the store. >> reporter: he never made it. >> i heard the shots outside my door. >> reporter: 19-year-old was shot multiple ablg times in the chest and stomach, he died at the hospital. >> he is with a good kid, like he wanted everything for his family. he wanted to be good in life. >> reporter: parish said cameras in the area were working and did catch footage, but police need more. the city of philadelphia is offering up to $20,000 in reward money for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible. all you have to do is call 215-546-tips. all calls will maim -- will remain anonymous. >> i'm very sad, because in the
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neighborhood where i live, this is all you see. i want justice for my son. >> reporter: for crime fighters i'm rick williams channel 6 "action news." >> parents listen up, amazon could owe you money this week the federal judge ordered the company to reimburse parents chose children made purchases without notices. the company will send out alerts to notify parents if they are eligible for a refund. first responders from across the region hit the court to raise money for the police officer in atlantic city. several police and fire departments along with the atlantic county prosecutor's office competed in a baseball tournament to raise money for josh have vadell shot respondina robbery outside a casino in september. he will recover and was released from a rehab facility and thanked everyone for their
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>> veterans day was friday, as we honor our vets, an 8-year-old california girl is sheg -- showing her patriotism in a very cool way. she is making american flags out of horse shoes, she learned how to we would at the age of 7. her flag art is earning as much as $500 at auction. she said when she grows up, she wants to be a welder with the u.s. navy. turning to the social corner, stars wars fans are buzzing about a video from chew
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chewbacca. >> but first a grandmother soars. a 93-year-old woman crossed an item off her bucket list. she went zip lining for the first time. she zipped through the mall of america where the zip line is installed. her friends call her an inspiration because she is willing to try something new. >> chewbacca brought the loveable wookie to live in the empire strikes back, another star wars movie rogue one debuts in theater on december 16. it is made pie disney, of course the parent company of 6abc. tell us what you think about any of these videos by going to facebook and the twitter account be if you have an idea for the social corner,
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let you say know that, too. >> here's some of the stories we've got for you ahead. >> a driver hits two women on a center city street. a villanova student is attacked on campus, we'll tell you what happened and what the school is saying. plus, meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll see you back here after this break.
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>> new on "action news," sunderland morning, five people
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were hurt in a wild crash in southwest philadelphia. police say it was the end of a police pursuit. philadelphia mayor jim kenny is calling for a stiffer penalty for the person behind racist message against the black students at the university of pennsylvania. a top civic leaders plans to speak out. >> the eagles are back at the linc for a game against the falcons, we'll here from carson wentz. >> good morning, 7:00 a.m., sky6 live hd giving you a beautiful glimpse over cape may, new jersey. wouldn't you love to be waking up there? >> it should be a nice november day. >> reporter: i would be looking forward waking up there if it was two months ago and the temperatures were in the 70s en 80s. it's chilly out here. freeze warnings in the state of delaware, cape may county and delaware and philadelphia counties and south

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