tv Action News ABC November 20, 2014 6:00am-7:01am EST
>> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m. on this there is, november 20. we're following breaking news. >> a gunman opens fire on the campus of florida state university, students run for cover while police use deadly force to end the threat. >> dozens of baggage handlers are on strike at philadelphia international airport. we're live with this potential impact on your air travel. >> dozens jump into to help people who were trapped inside a vehicle that was upside and under water. >> let's go outside to david murphy and karen rogers has traffic. good morning. >> reporter: it's colder enough for coats this morning, but not as cold as yesterday. we have some clouds that are
high and thin enough to allow the sun to come in and give us a sunny feel. 36 degrees, there's a wind out of the southwest not all that strong in spots, only 3 miles per hour in wilmington anticipate calm in the lehigh valley. 13 in philadelphia. that's enough to give you windchills making it feel like the 20s in the northern suburbs and down around the freezing mark down south. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, call for bus stop this morning, looks like we'll be in the mid 30s, between 7:00 and 8:00, chilly conditions and a little bit of a breeze. as we roll through the day we'll get into the 40s, the high will be 45 around 2:00. 5:00, 43, cooler by dinnertime. does looks like we see the temperatures plunge before a gradual improvement over the weekend. details coming up. >> reporter: let's check the schuylkill expressway we're looking good so far live at
montgomery drive, eastbound traffic heading toward center city no delays coming in from conshohocken or gladwyn. looking at the big picture, speeds reflecting that on the blue route, schuylkill expressway and i-95 we're seeing the 40s on i-95 at girard and cottman. flyers play tonight at 7:00 you'll see extra congestion in south philadelphia, but not just yet. we have accidents involving deer, one in bucks county, buck road at mill pond road and there's one in bucks county at 113 near keystone drive and accident involving tractor-trailer and downed wires blocking one lane, eastbound lane all lanes are open, westbound one lane is blocked. we have eastbound traffic going but westbound blocked 422 in berks county. tam. >> thank you, karen. and here's our update on the breaking news we've been
getting in from florida state, university in tallahassee, florida, a gunman opened fire in the school's library wounding three people. the gunman was shot dead in return by officers, students hid by library shelves over the intercom. students raised their hands as swat officers entered the library. students were told to shelter in place during the incident. classes have been canceled for today. we're waiting fore officials to give us an update and we'll have a live report at 6:30. some employees at philadelphia international airport are on strike. the baggage handlers work for a private contractor. workers have hit the picket lines, katherine we were told this would start at 7:00, but they are out there early. >> reporter: they got here early, this is a one-day strike.
organizers say the idea is not to shut down the airport, but make sure the message is hear. they are here between terminal b and c they are saying they want better pay and more fair labor practices. 125 workers for the airline subcontractor, prime flight are walking off the jobs. it includes handling baggage near curbs or carousels. the workers at prime flight the airline subcontractor who works for them, targeted workers who have taken part in union activities. workers have raised concern over a number of issues, wages and unsafe working conditions and lack of training. mayor nutter signed an executive order that raised 89 hourly
wage. we spoke to a person who thought it was important. >> mayor nutter signed an executive order issuing a minimum wage of 10.88. prime flight and other companies when they get the issue, they paid us 7.25 that's a case of bullying. you can see the workers from prime flight have walked off the job for one day strike. they said it's it was going to start at 7:00 a.m. they are out early, prime flight did not respond to "action news" for comment. it's unclear exactly what's going to happen. we don't know if this will have any effect on flights, whether they will be delayed or canceled. live in south philadelphia, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thanks katherine.
the driver of a tractor-trailer behind the deadly pileup in berks county remains behind bars this morning. 50-year-old steven bernier faces two counts of homicide by vehicle. investigators say he was asleep at the wheel when his big rig plowed into nine cars on route 222 yesterday morning. two people were killed, 9 others were hurt, but they are expected to survive. a child was in the suv when it landed on the roof in a delaware pond and remains in critical condition this morning. five adults were in the vehicle and are in serious condition. they might have all died when the vehicle plunged into the water near the christiana mall yesterday afternoon, but brave people saw it happened and ran to save them. the first people who arrived was dallas glass. >> the driver i pulled out, he unconscious, the seat belt was
buckled. reached in and pulled him out by his belt loops. >> what did you think when you saw this? >> you don't, you know there are people in there, you help them out as best you can. >> cell phone video captured others who rushed to help, they managed to get everyone out of the suv alive. happening today, president obama will announce executive orders designed to stop illegal immigrants from being deported. the white house used facebook to outline the plan. the president said he'll no longer wait for congressional action, but instead use his executive powers to protect 5 million people. republicans in congress are not happy. they said the president should have ironed out a compromise immigration bill with congress. if you have a minivan you want to pay attention to the latest crash tests that are out
this morning, maribel aber has more. >> reporter: a group of minivans received the worst ratings. the test focused on clickses involving the front corner of the vehicle and the testing was done by the insurance institute for highway safety. you'll pay more and get less at jet blue. the airline will charge you to check the first bag. it will add seats on some of its planes it will cut down on leg room by 5%. stock ended lower wednesday retreating from record high in the previous session. you can get paid to park your car at the airport you'll have a chance to rent it out and earn cash. flight share, members rent each others cars while traveling and get paid based on on how many miles it's driven.
new meaning to ride and share. >> all right, let's turn to david murphy and i like what you're talking about. >> reporter: not as raw today. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we're dry to start out, which is nice, as we head outside, it's cold and you want a coat, at times it's breezy, but overall it will be nicer than the last couple of days. the highlights to the forecast, it's milder today, it will be colder on friday, during the weekend we'll turn things around and get more comfortable. 36 degrees in philadelphia. 34 in wilmington, 26 in allentown. the winds not all that strong this morning. we have windchills in the upper 20s in philadelphia. 28 is what it feels like right now. not as much of a windchill at all because up north in someplaces we have couple winds. the clouds out to the west of us are so thin i think the sun will evaporate them or dig in between
them pretty well today and we're going for a mostly sunny feel. in i will allentown, it will be chilly, high of 40. that's ten degrees better than yesterday. a fair amount of sun down the shore and it looks chilly, high of 48, but 10 or 11 degrees where we upped wound up yesterday afternoon. in philadelphia, we'll go for a high today of 45 degrees which is better than yesterday, by 9 or ten degrees. it will be sunny and breezy, but i think we'll take the 40s over the 30s. down around the freezing mark by 8:00. 39 degrees by 11:00. 45 at 2:00. if you're running errand and doing anything outside and you have the option of waiting at 2:00, you'll be at the mildest partly of the day. tomorrow, high pressure to the west, low pressure to the north, a bit of a breeze squeezing in
between the two features. the most important thing instead of winds out of the southwest we'll be dropping them down out of canada. tomorrow's high, 36 degrees, we'll turned it around heading into the weekend. 45 a bit milder this afternoon. i'm planning on taking a walk this afternoon now that the high temperatures in the 30s are behind us. brisk and corbled on friday -- colder on friday, 36 degrees. saturday we extort out cool in the 20s in the beginning of the day, up to 42. sunday is the day when things change, 56 degrees, it will feel comfortable. if you're heading to the eagles, the showers will hold off until nighttime. the eagles game will be dry, you'll want to keep an eye on it the next couple of days. monday, the big story the high temperature of 68 degrees, tuesday, clouds to sun, 60, back to the upper 40s on wednesday,
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>> 61:58 we have a breaking news story from florida state university they are holding a news crchls -- conference ine tallahassee. they shot and killed the gunman, three people were wounded. during the news conference, they say they know the gunman acted alone there's no more threat on the campus, if anything else comes out from the news conference that is pertinent information we'll let you know. >> reporter: let's go over to
karen rogers, good morning. >> reporter: we have flashing lights on 309 southbound past butler pike. it's off to the side. traffic is moving okay, just something to watch for with police and penndot on the scene 309 southbound. let's take you to the maps, it's thursday, you have one more alarm clock to get through the week. you don't want to get into a an accident. i want to warn you about an accident involving deer, hill town township, and one on buck root. it's that time of year and we've seen a handful of accidents involving deer. we have a problem with construction, they are closing route 44. crown point between mantua grove road and delaware street between 8 to 4:00. stick to 295. 36 degrees in philadelphia. it's a lot better than yesterday with. 28 is what it feels like when you factor in the winds. 26 in allentown, 32 in
millville. as we look we have clear skies this morning, we'll see mostly sunny skies and not as cold and 45. >> new this morning, a student protest on the streets of london ended with a series of scuffles and accusations of police violence. 11 people were arrested, as many as 10,000 people attended the demonstration against tuition fees and wider cuts to education. >> the delaware state trooper association will hold a news conference to announce $10,000 reward in the shooting of a trooper. the shooting happened at 24th and market as police were investigating a vehicle that appeared to have stolen merchandise in it. the trooper has recovered. the shooter got away. >> 6:17. wave of sex abuse allegations against bill cosby leave media companies to abandoned him.
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investigations to the man in charge of the recall system and why he said the system is broken and his push for change. find out which major online business he accuses of refusing to better protect american families. recall roulette tonight on channel 6 "action news" at 11:00. >> thanks, nydia, time to check the traffic, we've got a new problem out there, let's take a live look, i'll show you what's going on. it's a disabled truck blocking the left lane on i-95, a busy area at cottman. the it's northbound, the delay is starting to grow. the truck is not moving, a messy situation, southbound that's normal morning volume approaching cottman from allegheny to girard. the ben franklin bridge no problems between the 8th and vine and the tolls. dave. >> reporter: we're at 36 in philadelphia. we're going to climb this afternoon, mainly sunny skies,
4:00, 43. the high will be 45 at 2:00. we're back in the 30s by 6:00, but again we're above freezing. on the birthed at the airport we've got all -- on the big board at the airport, we have all green aircraft. no rain reported. le baggage handlers at philadelphia international are going on strike. >> researchers find women are taking more aggressive steps to treat breast cancer. researchers looked at 1 million women, two in five had a mastectomy. the rate has higher than in 1998. the biggest factor in that jump was the number of women choosing to have both of their breast removed including one that was tumor free. flyers eric lynn dros and john mcclair will be inducted
into the hall of fame tonight. claude giroux was supposed to be out with a lower body injury. the flyers failed to score against the rangers. new york skates of off with a 2-0 win. more fallout from the accusations against bill cosby. >> katherine scott has more on the picketing going on at philadelphia international airport. >> reporter: matt, that's right, the workers at philadelphia international airport waked off the job today why they did it and
>> good morning, everyone, 6:26 taking a live look at wilmington, delaware. what's going on down there? lots of stuff. 36 degrees on city avenue. getting up to 45, much better than yesterday. but we have a low temperature of 26 degrees. the sexual abuse allegations against bill cosby are piling up. that's forcing more entertainment companies from backing away from the comedian. >> tv land has pulled the repeats of the cosby show. netflixceled its comedy
project. bruce castor said he had a chance to prosecutor cosby, but did not have enough evidence to approve the case. >> i do think there's value in all that is happening. certainly the fact that's being shamed doesn't bother me in the slightest.the fact that's being >> former super model janice dickenson is the latest to come forward, she said she is one of more than a dozen women who were drugged and raped by cosby. a live report on the breaking news by the overnight shooting on the florida campus university. >> another blow to atlantic city, another group that was set to by the reserve walked away from the deal ♪
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>> breaking right now a campus shooting at florida state university what we know about the overnight shootout that left the gunman dead. workers aren strike at philadelphia international airport rient we're live with why employees have hit the picket line. >> good morning, 6:30, november 20. let's head over to david murphy and karen rogers good morning. >> reporter: good morning, everybody, it's cold this morning, not as cold and uncomfortable always it was yesterday. satellite shows the sun coming up over the horizon. 36 degrees currently if philadelphia. 34 in wilmington, 26 in allentown. a little cooler up north. there's a bit of a wind drawing in from the southwest, fairly light in spots, in allentown and trenton, the winds are calm. feels like 28 in philadelphia. again, a coat a good idea. read chapter 6 on the way to
school okay. do that on the bus or in home room. 32 degrees by 8:00. noon, 41. 3:00 p.m., 43 that's coming down from a high of 45. we'll hit that around 2:00. karen we have another cool shot tomorrow, but it gradual gets better over the weekend. i'll have the details coming up. >> reporter: all right, dave, i-95 this is cottman, penndot is watching their truck pull up to the scene. because of the disabled truck that's blocking the left lane. we're seeing a jamup grow on i-95 from bridge to cottman and penndot pulling up to that disabled truck. southbound a 26 minute ride from the woodhaven to the vine. in berks county, 422 westbound between pineland and fair view chapel road.
downed wires. watch for that. fair grounds road at he elvow -- elvoy road. policen on the scene in evesham, green tree road near dell tone in a lane. >> gunfire and terror on campus, police released new details about a shooting rampage at florida state university that left three students wounded. they are certain that the gunman who was killed by police acted i lone. taman bradley is live in washington with everything we know right now. >> reporter: matt, good morning, around 12 30:00, sfu police received report of a shooting. students received a text message
warning of the danger. the message warned students to seek shelter away from the doors an windows. officers stormed the library and ordered the gunman to drop his weapon, he shot at them, the police returned fire and killed the shooter. the students were taken to another buildings one by one. three students were shot. >> it's one thing to read about these incidents in the newspaper or on the national news, it's another thing to experience it right here in your very own community. so we ask at this time for continued prayer, prayer for the immediate victims, prayer for those who had to endure this tragic and traumatic experience and prayer for our country, frankly as we are too frequently and too often waking up to incidents like this around the
country. >> the mayor of tallahassee there. the now, the lockdown was lifted and authorities don't believe there are any other threats. taman bradley, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that update. happening right now, workers at philadelphia sprrnld airport are officially -- international airport are officially on strike. they hit the picket line this morning. katherine scott has more on what they say they want. >> reporter: go to work, tam, this is a one day strike, it was set to begin at 7:00. the wocialgers came out he -- the workers came out early. they have been on the picket line for the last half-hour, 45 minutes, chanting, they are wl airline subcontractor, prime flight. some of the duties for these workers include handling baggage. u.s. airways said they do not
unload the planes, these are not union workers. siu has been trying to organize the workers along the coast. they have concerns over wages and unsafe working conditions and larveg training and retail yailted against -- retall yailted against by their employer for speaking out. workers say it was important for them to make their point and walk out for the one day strike. >> if you get bullied, you have to stand up. we're ready for change. >> reporter: and back here live at philadelphia international airport we're up to 125 workers from the subcontractor, prime flight are walking off the job for this one day. i did speak from a spokesperson
for u.s. airways, they said this will not affect is their operations, they have employees with u.s. airways that will pick up the responsibilities for the workers for one day, so it should not affect their flight makes today. live in south philadelphia, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> happening today, president obama will announce executive actions to stop millions of illegal immigrants from being deported. the white house used facebook to post the video and let everybody know how he'll outline the plan tonight. we'll use executive power to protect five million people from deportation who is are who are here illegally. the executive power move is not sitting well with republicans in congress. atlantic city is reeling from another gut punch.
brookfield mass set management agreed to buy revel for $110 million. the deal is off, because of the power plant that provide energy to revel. casino workers were rallying against the planned closure of the taj mahal when they heard about this booze. >> i didn't hear that -- bad news. >> i didn't hear that. that was the hope for atlantic city, supposed supposedly. >> the taj is expected to close on accident -- december 12. buffalo will see 3 more feet of snow to add to the already 6 feet on the ground. plus, residents saw and heard this.
they saw and heard thunder snow, you have to go online, i have it posted on my twitter page if you want to hear it. >> do you want to go with this, we don't have any video. let's go with the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: fortunately we're too far south to see any affects of thunder snow. we're milder today. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you a lack of precipitation. sky6 live hd looking north along the coastline in atlantic city. the sky is getting brighter off the coast there. there's a few coastal clouds, generally speaking it's looking like a mostly sunny day. 36 degrees, better than yesterday, even though the winds are 13, they are dropping down in the single digits and going calm in parts of the region. you need a coat as you head out,
of course. satellite and radar showing the clouds are sweeping over us, most of it is thin, it will allow sunshine through today. as we roll through the day, temperatures improve. 32 by 8:00. 11:39 degrees, weeing up to 45 -- we go up to 45 for the high. high temperatures across the region, cooler up north as you would expect. allentown, 40. upper 40s down through millville, cape may and atlantic city this afternoon. there's colder air to the west, some of this is going to find its way back into the region tomorrow, we'll be back in the 0s for the high tomorrow. and then we'll start to turn the winds out of the southwest and tap into the milder air down south. as we get into the second half of the weekend, things are looking better. for tomorrow, in the morning,
back in the 20s, it will be back in the more uncomfortable conditions tomorrow morning. in the afternoon getting into the 30s once again. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, 45 degrees, a bit milder than its been the last couple of days, tomorrow, another quick cool shot, brisk and colder, 36 degrees, probably feeling like the 20s for much of the time on friday. saturday, partly sunny, chilly, 42. sunday afternoon is when things get better. we wind up with a high of 56 degrees, there could be a shower around at night, but it looks like the eagles game is dry and we don't get any rain until after dark. so that's good. monday showers, the big story is 68 degrees, almost 70 on monday, snalt nice. dry -- isn't that nice? >> reporter: we're dry on tuesday and back in the 40s thing for thanksgiving. >> why someone mailed more than
a quart million dollars of worth of pot to a local business. >> a man is arrested outside the white house not for trying to get in, but for what was found in his car. >> reporter: heavy on the vine street expressway from the benjamin franklin parkway and the schuylkill expressway. we're getting problems on i-95. i'll have the latest for you coming up. >> and of course we want to tell you about a special web chat we're hosting later today on sports medicine when it comes to your kids. two doctors from chop will be here at noon about pediatric sports injuries prevention and treatment. go to 6abc.com and submit your question. we'll be right back.
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>> 6:44, live picture from our affiliate in buffalo, new york, it is snowing again and coming down like cats and dogs. they have 6 feet of snow on the dprownd, they can get between 3 and 6 more feet over the next few days. let's hear the thunder snow we mentioned earlier. >> the dip in temperatures plus a relative mild lake temperatures have combined to form an epic lake-effect snow machine. seven people have died, possibly because of the weather, many stranded, more snow coming down right now in buffalo. >> those pictures are
unbelievable. let's go over to karen rogers there have been traffic issues in the last half-hour. >> reporter: you're watching things like that, you know our problems are not that bad. nonetheless we have an issue on i-95. we have a disabled truck, police are saying it's an accident. this is i-95 northbound at cot mannor. they have the truck, they have the flares set up, penndot is on the scene blocking the left lane and part of the right lane, people are swerving around it on i-95 northbound jammed from the betsy ross bridge to cottman bawftsdz accident involving -- because of the this accident involving a truck past academy to cottman, kind of a gaper delay, too. and the betsy ross bridge to girard. here we see speeds of 15 miles per hour southbound near girard. even slower than the normal delay spots than irin the
accident northbound on i-95. the schuylkill expressway down to 14. westbound 35 miles per hour. slow spots on it is schuylkill expressway, as well. we have an accident the on fair grounds road, a problem here i've been telling you there's a lot of incidents involving deer. there's an accident that had the deer struck. police in mercer county told me about that one. 36 degrees in philadelphia. 15 degrees better than yesterday morning. at least moving in the right direction, tam. >> indeed. thank you, karen. police in upper darby are trying to figure out who sent 90 pounds of pot to a clothing store on 69th street. it came in two shipments in the last two days, the owner called police, he said he didn't recognize the name on the package. >> the person it's addressed to
never worked for this company. we do not know who it is. >> reporter: police say it's not uncommon for drugs to be shipped through the mail, there are so many packages delivered drug dealers hope the ship meant won't be inspected. the pot had a street word of # hundred thousand dollars. >> the e-mails at the center of a statewide scandal did not contain any pornography. kathleen contain seemed to -- kane seemed to suggest they did. but now they say that's not the case. the secret service arrested a man outside the white house, they said the 41-year-old man had amunition and unregistered rifle in his car. they considered his behavior suspicious, but added he did not make any threats. >> we continue to follow breaking news, a shooting on the campus of florida state
university stay with "action news" for continuing coverage, david. >> reporter: all right, guys we're dressing the kids in the same kind of gear we had yesterday, i dropped the scarf. this afternoon, they can you tell approximate the extra stuff in the backpack. i'll have the a look at the day-park forecast.
>> police in upper darby say is they caught a man who helped himself to a package with one arm while holding his 1-year-old daughter with the other. evan brown shaved his head to avoid being recognized but it didn't work. when they caught him, police say they found the toys he stole. >> we've got a vehicle fire coming into us, i want to show you, the northeast extension, i've got a map northbound approaching the lehigh valley interchange. you want to watch for emergency crews responding to the scene, expect slowing northbound on the northeast extension because of this vehicle fire. in king of prussia, radnor, king of prussia road is closed near madson ford road, a box truck is stuck under the train overpass. stick to county line. 42 slowing from the black horse pike to 295. >> reporter: 29 degrees in
quakertown, 37 in martins creek. freezing mark in coatsville, and new holland and saint davids. we're in the low 30s in chester and gandys beach. 35 in am ton. low 40s down the shore. if you're running errands and you have the ability to hold off until the afternoon. you will enjoy better temperatures. noon, 41. the high is 45, at 2:00. 3:00 p.m., 43. >> we're getting more details about bono's bike accident in central park. he is much worse off than previously known. he has multiple broken bones. he has a broken left eye socket, his left shoulder blade is so
at florida university say the gunman who opened at the school library acted alone. three students were wounded. police shot and killed the gunman. live shot at the philadelphia international airport. 125 workers walked off the job protesting low wages and unsafe working conditions. >> reporter: we've got an accident involving a truck on i-95 that's creating a backup. it's northbound, the heavier involve is southbound. there you can see the truck that was blocking the left lane and the right lane at this point. i-95 northbound jammed from the betsy ross bridge to cottman and southbound is closed from the betsy ross bridge to girard. the vehicle fire northeast extension northbound. >> reporter: it's cold out there, but not as cold as yesterday. cold enough for a coat. we're in the 0s. 9:00, 36. we'll be in the 40s this afternoon.
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. good morning, america. thunder snow overnight. up to 9 feet slams parts of the northeast. people trapped in their homes. buffalo bills fans band together to shovel out their stadium. a reporter in the middle of the arctic blast. breaking overnight, shooting at florida state. a gunman opening fire on campus, students huddled in the library on lockdown. the shooter killed in a showdown with police. and now can i get something from you? >> what's that? >> that none that have will be shown. >> bill cosby under fire, pressed to answer questions about the sexual assault allegations. pressuring the interviewer not to reveal his answer as more women come