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r so few bucks? no. but great things happen when you choose surprise. marshalls. your surprise is waiting. is free. he walked out of a nevada lock up overnight paroled for a burglary prediction. help arrives in hurricane battered puerto rico. we're there for the emotional thank you. the eagles are in los angeles to play the winless charges. jaws is breaking down the matchup for jeff skeverski.
6:00 a.m., sky6 live hd giving you a beautiful glimpse of the ben franklin bridge that we can barely see at this early hour. if you love fall, you got to love the last couple of days. >> we know chris sowers loves fall, it's a chilly start chris. >> reporter: chris sowers is freezing this morning. temperatures are in the 30s and 40s believe it or not in some locations. the poconos sitting at 2 degrees above the freezing mark. patchy frost around lake harmony. pilots, 42. quakertown, 42. warminster, 46. malvern, 46 degrees. glass borough. 48. cinnaminson, 49. smyrna, 49 degrees. one of the colder mornings we've had in quite sometime, clear skies overnight and we have
radiational cooling, the sun radiates back into spaces that's a cooling process. satellite and radar there's not much going on with the high firmly in control expect to see a very nice day. yesterday we had a lot of clouds in the afternoon, today is the opposite. wall-to-wall blue skies and sunshine. 60 degrees by 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m., 65, 4:00 p.m., 69 degrees we're shooting for a comfortable high of 70. phillies this is the last game of the season taking on the mets 3:05 p.m. at the bank. sunny skies, winds shift out of the south 5 to 10 miles per hour. first pitch temperature, 69. by the 9th inning. 66 degrees. when i come back we'll talk about warmer temperatures in the seven-day forecast. we have one day in the 80s, we could shoot for two. i'll have the details, guys. >> thank up. breaking news out of
nevada. oj simpson has been freed on paroled after spending nine years in prison for his part in an armed robbery in las vegas. >> reporter: oj simpson is a free man. the former nfl appear movie star was granted parole after serving nine years of his 33 year sensor for a 2000 robbery conviction in las vegas. he took memorandum memorabilia d was his personal property. he walked out a free man. he is getting very excited. his attorney said during his final days in prison he was removed from generally population and into a more secure area for his safety. >> he was basically alone, not completely isolated but didn't have that collegial attitude.
>> reporter: simpson said he posed no threat. the board agreed. >> it's been a conflict free life. >> reporter: simpson was famously found innocent in the brutal slaying of his ex-wife nicole brown and ron goldman. he was found liable for their deaths in a civil case. while we respect the nevada parole board's decision to free simpson it's difficult for us to know he will be a free man again. two 14-year-old boys are in the hospital after being shot in wilmington. gunfire hit them in the legs at 30th and market around 11:45 p.m. they were taken to christiana hospital for treatment. police are trying to figure out who fired the shots and what led
to the violence. 150 people have been shot in wilmington. that's the highest number in several years. in a rare move, it is been said the gun violence has been epidemic. wilmington has a new police chief trying to reduce violence in the city. we turn to puerto rico and the push to recover from the devastating punch from hurricane maria. this is the drone showing some of the buildings that were demolished by the storm. entire communities and rationed waters, many remain desperate for necessities and power and fuel. president trump plans to visit puerto rico on tuesday, from his new jersey golf club he took to twitter to respond to the federal response and fire back at critics to say the response is too slow. the governor of puerto rico offered a hopeful update.
100% of land line telephone is working now. although we don't have the robust telecoms network we're at 3%, we will be receiving through the ports more fuelrsement october 1 through the 7th. >> san juan mayor has been a target of the president trump. >> i hope he has a chance to go into areas that are lost devastated. i hope he gets a chance to look at people, look people's face it is, see them drinking from creeks and know that we may be
small, but we are great and balanced. >> the san juan mayor said it is time to unite and not pick fights. >> it's not just crews, volunteers are heading to the island to do whatever they can to ease the suffering. that includes folks from our area. dann cuellar has been in puerto rico for several days an found hope amidst the heartbreak. >> reporter: there are growing concerns among those in puerto rico with food and water supplies dwindling. with the island power grid in shambles, they estimate it to take months before the power is restored. it is why they applauded when first responders from new york and new jersey answered the call and arrived this weekend.
[cheers and applause]. but we soon learned that first responders were not the only ones answering call to help. something samaritans arrived on from the mainland on their own to bring much needed supplies. >> we gathered supplies for the communities cape henry school did a drive, we got free tubs from home bee poe, 600 pounds and we delivered to the staff to the communities yesterday. they are flying back this weekend. monday morning four of us are flying back down we have reservation we're bringing 12 more giant totes of what they need right now. >> reporter: you're not just sitting rat -- at home saying oh, my -- >> we are paying out of our pocket. >> reporter: her daughter with a
broken leg were out on the mission. >> we need to tell everybody as individuals we can do something. stop watching the doom and gloom. >> reporter: it's an amazing story good hearted people trying to help the people of puerto rico. in sanl juan, port -- san juan puerto rico, i'm dann cuellar. >> our coverage continues on the 6abc.com app you can find ways to help relief efforts. as you saw in dan's piece so many people and organizations want to get involved. we're posting dann cuellar's reports from puerto rico. >> nfl players kneeling during the national anthem will be cast back into the spotlight. the eagles play in los angeles.
president trump said it's important that nfl stand always for the playing of our national anthem, respect our flag and country. that tweet comes a week after the president called for nfl owners to fire players who engaged in such protests. last sunday more than 100 players sat knelt or raided their fists in defines of the national anthem. eagles safety malcom jenkins stood with his fist in the air during the game. >> nobody is protesting the flag or our military or our country what we're doing is using the platform we have to draw attention to issues in our community, jenkins says he hopes the protest will bring awareness to the people of color. >> there's much more to come on "action news" including philadelphia celebration of german pride.
music star maryland mansion is injured on stage during a concert. fans come out on to the field, whoa, we'll tell you what happened. coming up in the weather it is mighty chilly this morning, temperatures in the in the 40s, there's warmer weather in the way, i'll let you know when it arrives in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast coming up next.
so glad you stayed with us, happening today polish history and pride will be on display along the benjamin franklin parkway. the annual pulaski day parade kicks off at noon, 6abc is a proud broadcast partner. alicia vitarelli co-hosts the parade you can watch it right here after "action news" at noon. >> it's a beautiful day for the parade you might want long sleeves. >> reporter: especially this morning. this afternoon you might be fine, this morning it's chilly out there. we have some locations in the 30s right now. let's go live on sky6 live hd, we're overlooking the commodore barry bridge. hardly a cloud in the sky. inland a couple of clouds are dotting the sky there most of us us waking up to clear conditions. the headlines this morning what we're looking at here over the next few days is a nice quiet
dry weather pattern. lots of sunshine expected through thursday afternoon. with all the sun it's turning much, much warmer. high of 66 degrees. today we're up to 70. each and everyday we start climbing from this point on. 33 with patchy frost in the poconos. allentown, 42. philadelphia sitting at 50. trenton, 46. millville, 49. dover, 49 degrees. if you remember yesterday this blue, this huge pocket of cold air was sitting out to the west. now it is slowly drifting eastward across the mid atlantic and the northeast states this is where the colder temperatures are, buffalo, syracuse, 39. pittsburgh, 42. 50s along the eastern seaboard. charleston, 41. that's the area of high pressure. there's nothing going on across the mid atlantic states. we're not tracking anything. the pattern will get jammed up. fortunately for us the high pressure sits over us for the next few days, we've seen this
pattern before everything gets stuck because we have an atmospheric traffic jam. maybe it's the slow that sits over under the -- over us, thats dreary conditions. well it's the high that over is you us. we have a 20 or 30% chance of rain at best. future tracker 6, mainly sunny across the board. clouds for the jersey shore and delaware bay region, high, thin wispy clouds. overnight tonight, mainly clear, tomorrow, beautiful, sunshine, this is how most of the upcoming workweek is going to be. for today, sunny and pleasant, 70 degrees. winds are light out of the north. they will shift in a southerly direction five to ten miles per hour. hour by hour, just a couple of clouds, now, again, the jersey shore you'll see more in the way of clouds. all inland locations this is your day. lots of sunshine. 1:00 p.m., 65.
4:00 p.m., 69. 7:00 p.m., we're back down to 64. overnight tonight, mainly clear and chilly, 50 degrees in the city. upper 30s to mid 40s for the surrounding suburbs another chilly night is on the way. winds are shifting out of south at 3 to 5 miles per hour. you wake up tomorrow morning heading to work or school, these are the numbers that greet you. lancaster, 38. allentown, 39. philadelphia, 49 or 50. millville, 46. dover, 44. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, easy as she goes, 70 degrees, sunny and pleasant today. monday, sunny and nice, wednesday, sunny and nice. thursday, sun and clouds, 82. friday and saturday, mid to upper 70s it is quiet. nydia, you would think we lived in san diego. >> that's the kind of broken record we like. happening today there's something fun free and delicious. federal donuts is hosting a
block party, free donuts and fried when i comen and lots of fun. chef and owner owns five restaurants on the block including federal donuts, this is their 5th anniversary. >> we're like philly born and bred, i feel like blocking off the 1600 block of sansom street having a did you come tank and live music from our our amazing employees and great deejay food face painting. >> reporter: it's a huge thank you. >> we've come up here, i feel like we're community supported, i think it's one of those organic philly stories, we wanted to have a huge party for philly. >> sounds like fun an yummy. the party is happening from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. this afternoon.
frightening moments in france, a fence holding back soccer fans collapsed. it happened in the 15th minute of the game after a goal was scored. the fence could not withstand the excitement as the huge crowd swayed. the match was suspended for 30 minutes while the victims were treated. >> 6:22 a.m., it's only september, but the white house christmas tree has been selected. the tree is coming from a farm in wisconsin. 19 1/2 foot balsam fir will go in the white house living room. a police officer helped a skunk without getting sprayed. the officer seen trying to pull off a cup off the animal's head while the skunk uses his paws to pull it off. the critter's head popped you
with us on sunday morning. football, eagles are out west and the phillies season ends today. here's ducis rogers. >> reporter: hello, again, the eagles have made the long trip out west this afternoon visiting the l after that chargers. they may be winless o-3. but they are better than that. >> we'll go in there and play our game. they are a solid team they have been been in every one of their games. >> they are a team from being
the same spot we are, it's going to take everything we got to go in there and get a w. >> to clem -- college football, penn state is on a mission. they go with the ultimate uniform different elements of the uniform during the history of the storied program. kickoff, 14 seconds into the game, penn state, 7-0. barclay is limited in the running game, 56 yards on the ground. check that catch, one hand. four passes and 36-yard game. barclay shows off the arms. penn state wins 45-14. barclay for the heisman, don't have franklin about that. >> it's on the team.
i understand you have to ask the question, i'm not going talk about individual awards in the milled of a football season. temple began the year with such promise, five games in, this is a rough road. the owls came up short at home against houston. third quarter, cougars up 13-0. temple down 20-0. temple tries to mount a comeback in the 4th. 20-10. 2013 inside of two minutes. the pass is incomplete. the owls lose 2017. they fall 2-3 of the season. >> obviously they are hurt, wee should be we are all are, there are things to build on, the process we went through in the second half, a lot of times even in the first half there was good ball being played against a
really good opponent. >> the phillies ended last night with two games to go on the season. mikhail franco, his third homer in his last four games, 1-0 phillies. 7th inning. phils down 4-3. reese hoskins, singles in. hoskins, rbi40 on the year. he joined the club several weeks ago. 3-run homer that proves to be the difference, the phillies lose 7-4. they wrap up the season later on today. that's a look at sports, i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific day.
>> 6:30 a.m., this was the moment oj simpson has waited a decade for. he was granted parole back in july. this time he will face restrictions up to five years of parole supervision, he left lockup with barely a tv camera in sight, a stark contract to his life in the limelight. now, let's go to meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather, finally feeling
like fall, you need a jacket today. >> reporter: it's almost feeling like winter, it's chilly. temperatures in the low to mid 40s, one or two areas in the 30s, feeling like fall. we've been cooling down, the numbers have been trending downward ever since wednesday's high of 89. tuesday, 85. wednesday, 89 feels-like temperatures in the 90s. that humidity was awful during portions of last week. friday, 71. yesterday with all the clouds and the breeze we managed a high of 66 degrees. lake harmony, the higher elevations in the poconos down to 34 with patchy frost. quakertown, 42. coatsville, 44. pottstown, 42 degrees. on the other side the delaware river lots of mid 40s across south jersey and delaware. 49 fore fortescue, dover, 49.
tuckahoe, 48. satellite and radar a little bit of cloud cover for the jersey shore. everybody else waking up to clear conditions. the call from accuweather, sunny and comfortable, 70 degrees is the forecasted high. just in case you were wondering, the eagles are on the west coast this afternoon taking on the los angeles chargers in carson, california, sunny skies, first quarter temperature, 74. the 4th quarter temperature, 80 degrees. when i come back we'll talk about warmer terms in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll make a run at 80 degrees by thursday. emotional scenes like these are playing out this weekend as people waited a week or more to get out of hurricane clobbered puerto rico are reuniting with family and friends. seeing loved ones face in person is priceless. le some people caught a plane to the dominican republic.
the situation is there is dire with food and water still scarce. president trump travels to puerto rico on tuesday, he pledged to spare no effort to help the island recover, but he had pointed remarks toward the mayor of san juan one day after she criticized the trump's administrations response to hurricane. >> reporter: there's no unit at least on twitter to help the victims in storm ravaged puerto rico. president trump tweeted such poor leadership ability by the mayor and others in puerto rico, who can not get her workers to help. they want everything done for them when they should be helping with recovery. cruz may have set off president
trump by accusing the administration of deficiency. the cleanup will take a long time. i've been involved with many disasters this is the worst i've seen. >> reporter: cruz has been out in the san juan flooded streets, locating survivors and handing out supplies. fema has delivered 1.3 million meals. puerto rico is looking to have those cut off reached by the national guard. the president not letting up, tweeting again saturday night, results will speak louder than complaints by san juan mayor. the president and first lady are expected in puerto rico on tuesday, when asked, mayor cruz said she had no problem meeting with the president when he arrives. linda lopez, abc news new york. secretary of state rex
tillerson acknowledged that the united states is in direct communication with the government of north korea. he made the comment before leaving beijing where he had talks with chinese leaders including a number of issues with north korea. the communication with north korea centers on the country's missile and nuclear tell test. he said the two countries are not in a dark situation. he said the u.s. and north korea opened three chance of communication. two nonpartisan research groups have concluded that the republican plan would deliver a tax cut to the wealthy, while making some pay more. the study of the plan backed by president trump was conducted by the tax policy center of the urban institute and brookings institute. it would deliver the total benefit to the 1% of the population. taxpayers in the bottom 95%,
would see a tax cut of 1.2%. 12% would taste a tax hike of $1,800 on average. new this morning, police are looking for the robbers who held up the dollar store in the spring garden section of philadelphia. the action cam was at the scene, the dollar general on the 500 block of spring garden street. the suspects walked into the store around 9:00 p.m. they got away with money, but we don't know how much. there were no injuries. this man grabbed a women's buttocks while she was running. she was running on skyline drive when a man jumped out from the bushes and grabbed her. the woman was not injured. singeryn mansion was injured after the set fell on
top of him. he was in manhattan when he climbed on to a piece of the set and it tumbled. the extent of his injuries not clear. the incident follows friday's concert when mansion fell while climbing off the stage. the eagles are out west, a half-hour from hollywood hoping a win is in the script. it will be hard to top last week's history making finish. >> reporter: the chargers have not won a game, but jaws told jeff skeverski they are dangerous. >> reporter: eagles coming off an emotional win, jaws, doug peter a tough job keeping the team grounded and hungry. >> every week is a tough challenging week. the eagles for three games are 2-1. that's a nice start for the football team. peterson is doing a terrific job. when you look at the defense
they have to be licking their chops at this tape looking at philip rivers who is doing the most interceptions over the last 40 games. >> you better be careful about him. what is happening getting into the known passing situations. in the first half against the chiefs, he throws three interceptions. second and ten they are likely to throw the football. the chiefs bring three they will drop 8 defenders in the coverage. one philip gets pressure put on him, he will make mistakes. off the hand off, look down field, 8 defenders drop deep interception. 0-8. defense is ready. third and 8 third, interpretation first half, known passing situation.
in other words, the chiefs defense like the eagles know philip rivers has to throw the football. >> reporter: let's talk about the other quarterback in this game, one carson wentz he won some throws back from last week, he was critical of himself. >> when i look at a tape of carson wentz i see a quarterback getting better every week not only in the passing game, he had a pass play called in the huddle he gets in the line of scrimmage, he surveys the defense, look at the giants they have 6 defenders in the box, the eagles have 6 offensive linemen, he audibles to the run and jeff look at this result. safeties are deep you got an advantage on the line, you get a 14-year-old run from wendell small.
that's the evolution of a quarterback. when you see an opportunity to run the football, take advantage of it, that's what wentz is doing right now. >> doug peterson is giving him the freedom to do this. speaking of the run game are they in trouble without darren sproles. >> away as 4r50erd on the team -- leader on the team, a satellite receiver, thrib run -- it will be running back by committee. >> reporter: who do you like? >> ink the chargers get their first win this week. >> reporter: you're going against the eagles? come on jaws,. >> you asked my opinion. >> reporter: that does not bode well. back to the news desk. >> we have a new app to help families cut costs it's next in what's the deal. a philadelphia icon lost so
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funny how things change this time of the career. sky6 live hd that's a beautiful shot. the sun rises at 6:57 a.m. today will be the opposite of yesterday. yesterday we saw clouds, today we'll see a ton of sunshine. the only place that will not pick up cloud cover is the jersey shore and the delaware bay region. everybody else will see full sunshine. wind out of the west at 8 miles per hour. the pressure is 30.36 inches. 42 in reading. 41 in lancaster. 50 in philadelphia. 49 in millville. satellite and radar this is really going to be the familiar theme here over the next several days, really we don't have the next -- a chance of rain until thursday night or friday, so every single day from today through thursday afternoon it
will looks like. it's thursday night into friday we'll see the next system which is sitting out here. you think it's already out across the high plains why will it take four days to get here. everything is backed up. we have a atmospheric traffic jam. high pressure here, low pressure here, this high is moving at a snail's pace. this system to the east is moving at a snail's pace. everything is backed up over the lower 48 for the next five to seven days. high pressure is over top us. it's still a chilly day, high temperatures in the upper 60s to 70. the high pushes farther to the east out to sea. wind shift out of the south/southwest and we start warming up again. future tracker 6, later today, mostly sunny, for everybody, the jersey shore delaware bay maybe a few clouds that's about it.
overnight tonight is clear, we get into monday, monday is the start of a beautiful stretch of weather for us, at least four days of wall-to-wall blue skies, very quiet out there. 70 degrees in philadelphia today. 69 that's the numbers for the far western suburbs and the lehigh valley. millville, 72. trenton, 69. if you think it's chilly right now. it's colder tomorrow. reading, 39. allentown 39. lancaster 38. philadelphia, 49. wilmington, 47 and millville, 45 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, very, very quiet, sunny and pleasant today, 70. sunny and nice tomorrow, 75. sunny and delightful for tuesday, 76. sunny and warm as we head into wednesday, 78 degrees. thursday we're up to 82 that's 12 degrees above the seasonal average. rain thursday night into friday, cooler numbers friday saturday,
back in the 70s. we had a lot of weather this summer with thunderstorms and rain it's nice to see quiet. >> if i see you outside with a jacket on again, it's not winter -- >> reporter: you'll see it in two minutes. >> in what's the deal from kids meals to baby gear we help you save money. alicia vitarelli a mom herself has a tip. >> reporter: kids there's a few apps to save a few bucks or two, we have a few that will help you save on essentials. have you heard holler? it's a high end online store, everything from clothes to school supplies, pricing is low on named brand stuffer. here's another one called garage
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with the tail section of the other plane. the wing tip was dangling in the air after the incident. both aircrafts were towed back to the passenger areas. tense moments for passengers on an air france flight one plane engine failed. these are pictures after the plane landed safely at goose bay airport. it was on its way from paris to los angeles. the officials say the flight crew handled the situation perfectly. 6:51 a.m., someone shot and killed an father of three hours before the family was scheduled to leave for disneyland. this morning the family is asking for your help. here's rick williams with the crime fighters report. >> he was everything our entire lives revolved around him.
>> reporter: jerry gets emotional when she talks about her late husband tararick. >> we had just had a baby. she was seven months when he passed. >> reporter: she said the night started off naturallal and put the kids to bed and started final preparations for disneyland the next morning. i was packing, he said i will be right back, that was it. 23:00 a.m., police were called to the first look of -- first block of genese lane. >> beyond why somebody would want to take his life. we just had a baby. >> reporter: the citizens crime commission is all offing a
20,000-dollar reward for arrest and conviction of those responsible. call 215-546-tips. jerry said it pains her that he will not see their children grow up. >> they were his -- his greatest accomplishment. all he wanted was to see them go to college. that's all we talked about. for crime fighters i'm rick williams. channel 6 "action news."
he was murdered on his way to vote in 1871. vernon odem looked back at catto's legacy. >> reporter: in a city full of statues, 19 19th century, octavius catto he was a civil war veteran and educator and crusader who spent his life battling to make the lives of black philadelphians better. he was gunned down when a white mob tried to stop him from voting. he was only 32. he. >> was involved in civil rights issues. >> reporter: the crowd was
highly thrilled by the unveiling. many descendants were in attendance, thanking me for the recognition. >> his dad worked with the underground railroad, as far as the work that he did, our family was always taught we must speak up for injustice and civil rights you have to make sure you vote. it was such a hard battle to get that which cost him his life. >> reporter: this glorious day was 15 careers in the making generated by mayor jim kenny when he was on city council. >> octavius catto was a true american hero he should be revered honored and recognized. their lives and accomplishments should be part of the daily curriculum of our schools. vernon odem channel 6 "action news." >> there's another hour of "action news" sunday morning straight ahead. here's a look at the stories we have for you. >> this is like a gift of god
from us. >> a local soldier's family is given a new roof for free it's a gift in desperate times for a family that has given so much. >> oj simpson is out of prison celebrating freedom for the first time in almost a decade. plus another update from meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather, a chilly start to the morning, i love its fall, we'll see you after the break. : new jersey is
free, he walked out of a nevada lockup overnight paroled for a burglary conviction. delaware valley help arrives in hundred contain battered puerto rico. we're there for an emotional thank you. eagles are in in los angeles to play the winless chargers. jaws is breaking down the matchup for jeff skeverski. >> 7:00 a.m. on a sunday morning, welcome to october, by the way. sky6 live hd giving you a beautiful shot there looking toward camden, new jersey. it feels like fall, because guess what, it is fall. >> meteorologist chris sowers has a look at the weekend forecast. chilly out there? >> reporter: it's chilly this morning, i'm wearing the light jacket. temperatures are in the low to mid 40s. we have a couple of locations in the 30s. i want to start you out with satellite and radar most of us s