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attorney general, kathleen kane. and an investigation into sun roofs shattering without warning, why it's happening to hundreds of drivers. but the big story is a violent robbery that ended with a woman shot in a bakery. the attack left the 56-year-old victim in critical condition. "action news" reporter is live at the scene in haverford avenue where police released new details in the last half hour. >> we do know that the victim remains in critical condition and the bullet passed through her windpipe and spine and she was able to call 911. the owner pays her employees on fridays and it is likely the robbers knew she would have money on her. >> shocked.
>> shocked that a nearby business owner was shot at her shop. she was smoking a cigarette outside of the best cakes bakery just before 6:00 a.m., when she was robbed and shot, they took her apron where she keeps her money. >> if it was a setup robbery, people could case this out and know what she did and have familiarity with this business. >> i heard the helicopters and police cars. >> her cousin has worked here for years and said the owner is always in at 4:00 a.m. on fridays and her cousin is always in too but was running late today, he was shocked when he showed up. >> he was not here at time and there was a knock at the door and he was crying and just found out what happened. >> the owner is known for her kindness in the neighborhood and giving people that need job a second chance. >> she always welcomed them back even after they did not show up
for a few days and always takes them back. >> police briefly talked to her when they arrived and they are looking for surveillance footage in the area. >> she described them as two black males one tall and one short. >> someone had attempted to rob her before but she fought them off and she never reported it. surveillance cameras are hoping to find foot able and get a description of the men and the vehicle they were in. live in overbrook katherine scott, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. police are looking for a woman in connection with a deadly shooting in north philadelphia overnight. investigators say she was arguing with an 18-year-old man on the 1900 block of north cross key street. the teen was killed around midnight and it's unclear how they knew each okay and vernon
odom as a live report at 12:30. a retirement building is evacuated because of a carbon monoxide scare elevated levels were detected at the facility in hockessin nearly 300 people live in this high-rise at least three people were taken for evaluation and now they are ventilating the apartments as everyone sits outside as you can see there. officials have traced the problem to a boiler that backfired well "action news" has learned that pennsylvania attorney general, kathleen kane is expected to surrender tomorrow. prosecutors say she leaked information about a grand jury investigation to the philadelphia daily news and allegedly lied about her actions under oath, sources tell us she will turn herself in tomorrow in montgomery county. kane says she will defend
herself vigorously and remain in office. the first republican presidential debate was full of clashes in cleveland last night. the top ten candidates were invited to the face-off and it was one of the most highly rated debates in years. >> in front of a packed house republican presidential candidates clashed, soared and some faltered right from the start there was fireworks, donald trump the main attraction flanked by other candidates raised his hand when he was asked if he would run independently. >> and then called out by moderator megan kelly about his kmeps against women. >> the big problem this country has is being politically correct. what i say is what i say. >> after the debate trump complaining was picked on.
>> the questions asked of me were more difficult and poignant and really unfair. >> while trump may have been the center of attention others tried to gain the spotlight. >> if this is a resume competition then hillary clinton will be the next president. >> and bob kasich got a reaction when he embraced gay marriage. >> i'm going to love him no matter what they do. >> and rand paul and chris christie clashing on spying by the nsa. >> that is a completely ridiculous answer. >> as for the seven gop candidates whose debate played for a virtually empty hall with carly fiorena perhaps getting the biggest boost for her performance. stephanie ramos channel 6 "action news." >> as for the democrats we'll have to wait until october to see the candidates face-off.
the five candidates will debate for the first time in nevada on october 13 and, five other debates follow one in new hampshire broadcast here on 6 abc. it is time now for a check of the accuweather forecast morning clouds have cleared up to make way for a pretty sunny looking friday. sky 6 hd showing us a view of penn's landing, it's shaping up to be quite a beautiful day, meteorologist, karen rogers is tracking the latest conditions. she joins us live outside. karen not a bad start to the weekend. >> i love it out here alicia soaking up the sunshine and it's warm and a nice breeze you can see by my hair blowing and kicking up and feeling comfortable with dew points in a comfortable position as well. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing it's not entirely sunny we have clouds and precipitation just kind of hugging the coastline from atlanta city on south, specifically in cape may
county as well. the bulk of it is off the coast. parts of southern delaware as well. cape may some of these showers hugging the coastline near sea isle city and garden state parkway and route 47 and 49 inland. up towards atlantic city, the beach there it looks south of you right now. we just have grays with this area of low pressure you see this here on satellite 6 along with action radar and the bulk of moved out to sea but a few showers are lingering in the spot you might want to vacation watch for that but it will clear out of here in a few hours. we see bright sunshine in philadelphia and north the clouds are staying stiff in southern new jersey and delaware that will take a bit to exit. 82 degrees, certainly warming up with the bright sunshine since the low pressure moved out quickly. but the breeze is kicking up 77
in washington and 73 in richmond if you are down the shore watch for showers and late clearing with temperatures in the mid to upper 70s, 75 in surf city sitting on the beach 76 and warmer inland in atlantic city and ocean city. and down along the beach in delaware rehoboth 79 but if you are headed to musikfest partly cloudy and many 82 and dry. what about the rest of your weekend? coming up in the seven day you can drag me in alicia. >> get in here otherwise i'm coming out there. before heading out this weekend, be sure to check 6abc.com/weather, you'll find satellite and radar images for right where you live plus the hourly forecast from accuweather and follow our team of meteorologists on social media for expert insights and weather evengts. >> the papal visit may mean an
extra day off, the district wants to keep schools closed on september 24th studentses are scheduled to be off on wednesday for yom kippur and in preparation for the pope's visit, they may approve the request, in the meantime at&t and verizon is beefing up cell phone service ahead of the pope's visit they are looking to bring it up on the ben franklin parkway for the last year and a half. millions of people are expected to attend. the cell towers will remain through next july when the democratic convention comes to town. as we gather more details on the papal visit and the impact on our region we are posting it for you on 6abc.com right now you can review the traffic boxes and the bridge and highway
closures and the pope's public itinerary for the end of september. >> musikfest kicks off tonight in the lehigh valley grammy winning duran duran rocked the steel stage last night during a preview of the big festival. the fun gets underway and the flaming lips are the headliners for this evening, musikfest runs through august 16th and 6 abc is proud to be a media sponsor for the 10th straight year, look for so many members of 6 abc team. we are out meeting and greeting the fans. still to come on "action news" at noon a new lead in an unsolved crime what the fbi revealed about the biggest art theft of all times and a mystery gravestone shows up at a new jersey bus station. now they are tracking down where it came from.
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people but the defense says it's not appropriate for someone diagnosed with schizophrenia and pushing for life in prison instead. they are weighing the decision after hearing from the relatives of victims during the trial. and a legionaire outbreak is blamed for 10 deaths in new york city a total of 100 cases are diagnosed. they are getting sick for breathing in mist from a certain back tear yarks they have traced the outbreak to cooling towers in the south bronx snoop new surveillance video could help authorities catch the culprits behind the largest art theft in history. nearly nearly 150 million$150 million worth of paintings were stolen. it's fbi believes he is key to solving this case. >> unable to enhance it to the
degree we would like so we decided to ask the public if they could identify if i this individual we hope someone recognizes that jacket from 25 years ago. >> investigators have a picture of the man's car and they are unable to identify the photo but the guard that let him in denies any role in the robbery. and now they are trying to figure out how a child's gravestone ended up at a bus station, the head stone is for a boy that died when he was 8 years old. they are calling cemeteries to see if anyone reported it missing. >> it's unfortunate for the family if it is missing from the gravesite. >> at this point police can only speculate to whether the head
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and taking special issues on fees and ticket changes and there is no justification for checked bag fees other than increased profit travellers are being nickeled and dimed to death. and people that used cvs charges are no longer getting coverage for drugs drugs that are equally effective remain on the list. to health check this noon a wake-up call for sleepy students the centers for disease control found four in five middle and high schoolers have to start school before 8:30 a.m., that is in spite of recommendations by the association of paid pediatrics. today one of the best
freebie friday deals in the history of our show i promise you don't want to miss this one. and how our viewers can get to see maroon 5 or rascal flats in atlantic city. tune in for the details. and tantrums something that parents have had to deal with at one point or north. what is the best way to get your kids under control from time-outs to compromising, what works at 4:00, and accuweather is next at noon, meteorologist, karen rogers, has the seven-day forecast including a look at the weather weekend. we'll have "action news" coming up after this.
promised on the weather this weekend. >> it's friday and i've got good weather news, how about that? i'm delivering. lets take a look at stormtracker 6 live double scan, you can see that we are looking good through most of the region the one fly in the ointment, the showers that are hugging the coastline lets go in closer with double scan you can see who is getting these showers now parts of cape may and sea isle city, and atlantic city is looking dry and it's not too heavy at this point, southern delaware you are getting the showers as well. and we can go in closer there in bethany beach and lewes, delaware, it's mostly off the coast and dissipating. we can stay here down the shore. and look live in cape may, we are not looking at a lot of people on the beach because of that and surf is looking rough in cape may but weather is improving down the shore by the afternoon and the weekend is looking better, good news is
coming your way. lets check the numbers the dew point is way down there, 59 degrees, we are warming up with the fact that we have more sunshine and it feels kfrnlts out there check out the breeze easterly officially at philadelphia international airport sustained wind at 10 and we have seen much higher gustss than that. as we look at the temperatures we are stuck in the 70s with the clouds we showed you in cape may, 74 at the airport and 62 in the city and 79 in wilmington and 78 cooler in the northwest. satellite 6 along with action radar i wants to show you this tight shot first to look at the clouds, we started off cloudy in the city and right now along the i-95 cortore, you have the sunshine for the most part and they continue to push to the south and the rest of us enjoy a nice day as well. the area of low pressure is grazing us off the coast and the showers we are getting are going to dissipate and the clouds are moving out and giving way for a
nice forecast and future tracker 6 showing us we advance until 2:30, some of the clouds moving off as you look at the rest of the friday, at the shore you see clearing conditions and the wind gusts we see 25 miles per hour win gusts at philadelphia international airport, you get the winds at the beach. 17 at beach haven and 29 miles per hour in wildwood, new jersey. the winds with the low off the coast are significant here in the city it feels nice and breezy and the high today is 86 and lots of sun from areas for philadelphia north and west, 83 in allentown un84 in reading and wilmington and stuck in the 70s at the coastline where you have the clouds and showers exiting, a high sitting on beach 75 in beach haven and bethany beach 79 but musikfest great night for it partly cloudy and dry and 82
degrees, your exclusive accuweather forecast nice and bright and 6-and the showers and clouds are exiting the shore and warm and sunny and 87 degrees and sunday sunny and 87 and monday sunshine to clouds and 88 and the next shot of showers is at the end of the day on monday and more humid and 84 on tuesday wednesday partly sunny and 85 and thursday mostly sunny and 85 degrees. warming up today and looking great for the weekend. >> nice looking stretch thank you. there is more ahead on "action news" at noon, a warning about car sun roofs why experts say some are shattering without any warning. and find out where amarosa's bakery is going.
"action news" at 12:30 continues with rick williams sara bloomquist, and meteorologist, david murphy. >> hello again i'm alicia vitarelli here are the stories we are following for you on "action news" at 12:30 a teenager is dead following a shooting in north philadelphia we are following the latest on the search for the suspect, police need your help tracking down these women that they say stole toys from a philadelphia store, and a star hockey player is at the center of a rape
investigation, and now they are looking for a woman in connection with a murder in philadelphia and the victim was a teen fwer. vernon odom is live on cross key street where it happened. vernon what have you learned. >> reporter: this deadly confrontation was triggered by a dispute by some teenage girls apparently. at this hour and this time the search is on for a killer and the search is just over 12 hours old. gun fire erupted here at midnight on the 1900 block of north cross key it took the life of a 19-year-old he was testing his sister when the gun fire erupted but his mother says that it was instigated by a 40-year-old woman and mcmillian succumbed to wounds in the stomach. >> the shooter, a female and
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