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paris. >> the suspected ring leader has not been found yet, david henry is live now with the latest from paris. >> reporter: the french officials say they have prevented another terrorist attack that was actively in the works. that after an hour's long siege at an apartment building in a suburb north of paris. residents were jolted awake at 4:30 this morning as police moved in as what they describe as a terror safe house, 5,000 rounds were fired and numerous explosions were heard. >> we felt the building shake and there were guys upstairs screaming shoot, shoot, police rounded up eight suspects and two were killed including a woman that detonated a bomb vest, two police officers suffered non-life-threatening injuries and the building partially collapsed and authorities are not sure if the mastermind bind the attacks in
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paris was there or not. police tracked cell phone calls to the building hoping to fine abdelhamid abaauoud, believed to be behind the attacks. france's president reiterating his country is at war with isis, today sending an aircraft car your to triple the capacity saying france will never give in to fear. french security forces have conducted over 400 raids since the attacks in paris, arresting over 60 people and collecting an arsenal of weapons. and french authorities say that safe house they raided last night was heavily fortified with steel doors, that raid alone they say prevented another terror attack actively in the planning stages.
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david henry, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you our coverage of the investigation and aftermath of the paris attacks continues on we have posted images of the raid as well as photos of the the victims of the attacks. a main line restaurant is closed after its assistant manager is arrested for allegedly dealing drugs, with season's pizza in radnor township, according to police undercover officers bought drugs from the assistant manager it there and bought them again today. they found more narcotics in the woman's purse and the health department closed the restaurant after the arrest was made. and this man was arrested for threatening to kidnap a teenage girl and getting her to send him explicit photos of himself. craig wyatt found the 13-year-old victim on the internet and was already on probation for stalking other girls on facebook and faces a
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long list of charges including 10 counts of manufacturing child pornography. several food works were held up at gun point in newcastle, delaware, they believe it's the same suspects each time, vernon odom is live outside of the headquarterers in minquadale with the full story tonight. >> reporter: good evening, police tell me this form of armed robbery increased during the thanksgiving christmas season, here in newcastle county alone, there are five cases in the last three weeks. >> i think it was a set up. they took money, and they took my cell phone. >> they took the pizza too. >> pizza. >> henry a bear, delaware deliveryman was robbed at gun point monday night and delivered the food to a phoned in address at this mobile home park, when
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he turned to leave he was surrounded by young males wearing bandanas, he believed they were teenagers they took his phone, crash and the pizza. henry is just one of five delivery drivers robbed since october 29th, county police believe it's the same gang pulling the same crime, being dispatched to a location and then rob him. in one instance the subject was assaulted. i don't know the degree. >> we are trying to work and get tips and it's messing up our jobs, pizza deliveryman devont a brown is not robbed yet but a co-worker had a gun stuck in his face during a crime spree in the bear, newark, area. >> one of my coworkers got robbed at gun point and forced him to quit the job. >> he was squared?
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>> yes he was. >> rick new casting county police ask us to remind the viewers they would appreciate the tip call to get this gang off the street before someone is severely injured or even worse. live in minquadale, delaware, vernon odom, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. teacher who's work in radnor township have a new three year contract it took the education association yigs 10 months to come up with an agreement, and both sides approved it yesterday, those involved reward teachers for their hard work and is sustainable in the long-term. details have not been made public yet. >> turning to the forecast it's milder today, getting ready for a soaking rain tomorrow, cecily tynan is joining us at the "action news" big board with a look at the details. >> double scan showing that we are not going to be missing the rain, as we look to the west, we see a solid band of heavy rain
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and severe weather and tornado watches in parts of georgia, alabama and florida, that is a cold front and the leading edge is close to 400 miles away. this whole system is sliding through as we head through the day tomorrow and that is going to bring us rain, heavy at times most of the day. satellite 6 along with action radar showing right now with winds generally out of the east-southeast, we don't have any rain but the clouds are in control and the clouds continue to thicken in the overfight hours but also with the winds it's not that cold out, philadelphia 60 degrees and if you look to the south, charleston, 74, and charlotte 71 degrees, what happens ahead of the front we get the winds out of the south, even with the clouds and heavy rain, our afternoon high should be in the mid to upper 60s, it's going be warm and wet and windy. future tracker showing 8:30 in the morning, the latest computer
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models show, south jersey not getting in the action, most of the rain at that point, we have to fine tune the timing in the evening hours, this is what to expect tomorrow as is it stands right now, as of 6:00 and 10:00 the rain arrives from the west to the east and the key time frame is from 11:00 in the morning and this is where we have the heavy rain south of philadelphia, and the rain is tapering off from 7:00 until 11:00 and i am tracking a big cool down in temperatures. i'll talk about that in the full accuweather forecast. >> as the rain moves in let storm tracker 6 be your guide at, you can follow our team of meteorologists on facebook and twitter for the latest forecast. 6 abc is lending a hand again to help our neighbors in need and we are holding a holiday food drive to benefit
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philabundance, there are 70 -- 750,000 people hungry in our area. >> people can call 1-877-940-6222 or log on to our website at, all the proceeds we collect this evening go to help philabundance, and philabundance is putting the meals on tables of tens of thousands of people in the delaware valley, people in need, senior citizens, children those that face hunger, there are many of them facing hunger this holiday season, our partners from philabundance and acme are taking your calls, i want to bring in liz, thank you for being with us, we want to get the phones ringing tonight.
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tell people about what philabundance does and how you serve us. >> philabundance is the largest food organization in delaware county, and with the help of partners like 6 abc and dunkin' donuts and acme with the holiday food drive we are able to serve 90,000 people each week, 30% are children and 30% are senior citizens, for every $1 we can provide two meals to our families in need in the area, so thank you for your support and it's much needed this time throughout the holidays as well as into the year since hunger is an issue 365 days of year. >> thank you liz. please make the phone calls right now, 1-877-940-6222. you may even get to talk to sharrie williams from "action news" and alicia vitarelli down here taking our phone calls tonight, we have chef sean
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scissorone from the restaurant little lions, call 1-877-940-6222. back to you in the studio. >> all right sara thank you. time for the traffic report midweek, lets take it live in the traffic center. >> we hope the response to that drive is abundant. the traffic is abundant as we look at 95 a solid line from penn's landing to this point approaching cotman, at the top of the screen there is a broken down vehicle on the screen, not helping us out on 95 northbound, a house fire in hunting park, blocking 30 and lancaster avenue and city avenue route 1, a busy intersection there, they are still work on the gas main break at vine and 55 and and a demonstration at 52nd and spruce look for a crash at welsh road
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and look for a crash in mount laurel, heading northbound on 73, left lane is out of commission and gloucester township, still working on the downed wires by trump national golf club, new brooklyn aerial road is an alternate in that location. we'll check it again in the next half hour. still more to come on "action news" at 5:00, the first ever flu vaccine for dogs, is approved by the federal government. and childrens hospital in philadelphia opening an on site breast food bank. how it works to help the most vulnerable infants. when "action news" at 5:00 continues.
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the agriculture department has issued a conditional license for the first vaccine for k-9 influenza, k-9 flu is a contagious virus, first seen in chicago and now in 40 states now
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in our area, it could look similar to other ailments, pets in other pets and parks are especially vulnerable. there is a new resource to help newborn babies in our area get a new start on life. ali gorman is at the big board now with the details. >> reporter: childrened hospital in philadelphia opened an on site breast milk bank to collect and process milk donations, breast milk gives vitamins and other things for babies. mothers that can't nurse will have faster access to it. the first mother to donate to this bank was there today and several other hospitals in the area also have milk banks. >> i have been awake for 28 hours, it looks like we have 22 hours left to go, i'm starting
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to feel my second wind, that is dan childs of abc's medical unit? >> he is staying awake for 40 hours as "good morning america" celebrated their 40th anniversary with 40 straight hours of medicine, he is doing it to show what the body does when it doesn't get sleep, he hopes to make it to 8:00 tomorrow morning, you can check out his progress at coming up tonight at 11:00, shopping the butter aisle can be confusing because some health experts say that real butter and whole milk is back, we compare but the toward margarine and stick versus spread and what you need to know to eat healthy. it's tonight on "action news" at sec. rick and monica back over to you. >> you'll tell us which is butter. better butter. >> he is waiting the whole time to say that.
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the fishtown officialed unveiled the first of rotating murals today part of a new community partnership with the mural arts program and unveiled a commemorative bronze plaque listing the former ajax metal building. and it has a pope doll and magazines in a time capsule for others in the future to find. and brothers and sisters in the program took part for a unique unveiling at the people pour people charter school, the children put the puzzle together showing how the first niagara company is donating. once the peases were in place, they saw the grand total, $125,000. across america, people like basketball hall of famer
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bi willow grove. >> this year's truck say fire truck sold with an accompanying ladder rescue truck, if you can't make it to the mall they are on sale online. >> more families get to enjoy a traditional thanksgiving this year thanks to a tradition from philabundance, the action cam was there as frozen turkeys arrived more than 7,000 of the birds were delivered to the food pantries. for those that may not have had a thanksgiving dinner. lets go live to the 6 abc holiday food drive, we are taking donations on the phone to benefit philabundance, many are in need of a warm meal, the number to call is 1-877-940-6222. sharrie williams is one of many people down there take yurg phone call and we are expecting
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donations until 6:30 tonight and you can donate online as well by going to
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time for accuweather at the "action news" big board. cecily tynan is keeping an eye on storm tracker 6. >> heavy rain is on wait
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tomorrow, and double scan live radar is showing we have sprinkled now and light showers moving through montgomery county and crossing 422 heading towards worchester and norristown and in the meantime we have some whaf a solid band of showers moving through lehigh valley easton, crossing route 33 heading towards martins creek and the real rain is out to the west and that will arrive during the day tomorrow. despite all the cloud cover, it's mild, the high of 63 degrees, it's 8 degrees above normal and millville 61, and wilmington 61 and cape may 60 degrees, satellite 6 along with action radar showing we did see some peeks of sunshine earlier but generally the clouds really in control, you can see the band of showers moving through the ohio valley, most of the main action though is well down to the south, you see the red boxes, those are tornado watch
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boxes for parts of georgia and alabama and the panhandle of florida, and this has severe weather, fortunately we will not be getting severe weather and heavy rain tomorrow, tomorrow is an umbrella day, future tracker showing at 8:00 if the morning, you can see how west of philadelphia we have a steady rain and it looks like south jersey still generally dry for the morning commute, we'll see if the timing changes as we head through the evening hours, 1:30 in the afternoon, it's raining all over the place, right into the evening commute, and even 8:30 in the evening, a round of showers along the i-95 corridor and by friday, it's looking bright and sunny, future tracker showing generally we are looking at .75 inch of rain and an 1.25 inch, a good soaking but nothing to cause widespread flooding, here is what to expect for the travel conditions for tomorrow.
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thursday morning commute slow in the western suburbs, the evening commute with the heavy rain and expect travel delays and friday the commute should be back to normal. matt pellman can handing the rest of the traffic. tomorrow mild and breezy and wet with a high of 67 degrees and friday 67 degrees with breezes from the northwest and 54 on saturday and sunday for the philadelphia marathon, dropping down to 49 and monday even cooler but less wind with a high of 47 degrees, right now adam joseph is at sesame place in langhorne and he is trying to make friends knocking on doors adam. who are you finding? >> reporter: nobody is home and i'm looking for ernie and bert and elmo, the famous one, two, three building on sesame street, gearing up for their, it's a very furry christmas opening up on saturday. i'm not the only one having fun and trying to find characters, take a look at the kids they are
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having a blast as well -- take a look at their faces, santa's workshop, who wants to go. we'll head there. it's the holidays. and of course, everyone wants to get online at once. to watch things.
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"action news" continues with meteorologist, adam joseph, jaime apody, rick williams and monica malpass. hello again here is what is happen ago on "action news" wednesday night. an overnight raid in a paris suburb stamps out a suspected terrorist cell in the nick of time and we have the latest. and a fire destroys a home in a philadelphia neighborhood. how one woman was able to save the day and our annual food drive benefiting philabundance, we'll tell you how you can help feed the unfortunate this holiday season. and now raid on a suspected terrorist cell, stopped terrorists ready to strike again. they stormed the area using cell phone records looking for abdelhamid abaauoud. -- that was the gun fire and the
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explosions that shook residents from their beds as french special forces did approach today, the predawn raid lasted an hour when teams went in and a female suspect wearing a suicide vest blew herself up and seven others were taken into custody, but the man that rented the apartment to the terror suspects says he had no idea. >> someone asked me to help two people for three days, i wanted to be helpful, i have no idea where they were coming from, if i knew something do you think i would have let them stay here. >> several officers were injured in the siege and a beloved police dog, named diesel, the first in the apartment was killed by one of the terrorists. >> france has intensified attacks in syria today. the french ministry send ten
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fighter jets successfully bombed the area, and two isis strong holded were destroyed as well. and president obama continues to defend his plan for settling refugees in the united states. megan hughes is live in washington with more on that. >> reporter: good evening, this debate over u.s. refugee policy is getting political and personal. the president today sounding off against gop candidates. president obama in manilla today expressed outrage at politicians back tomorrow. >> i cannot think of a more potent recruitment tool for isis than some of the rhetoric coming out here today. >> come back mr. president and insult me to my face, lets have a discussion on refugees right now. >> president obama says they
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will accept 10,000 refugees this year, and he says christians but not muslims. >> they have no papers and no paperwork. >> and half the governors want to block the refugees from entry into their state and congress in washington is asking for pause. >> people understand the plight of those fleeing the middle east but want basic assurances for the country. >> each refugee goes through extensive background checks by the department of homeland security and the intelligence community. one of nine refugee settlement stations. >> the very stringent security arrangements in place means it's harder to get to america as a refugee than almost any other fashion. >> reporter: and there is a clear split along party lines here, democrat candidates
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hillary clinton and martin o'malley support bringing in a higher amount of refugees. >> thank you. world news tonight with david muir has more on the raid, and the political back and form over possibly welcoming refugees to the u.s. you can watch that following "action news" at 6:00. the coverage of the investigation and aftermath of the attacks continues at, we posted pictures of the raid and victims of the attacks. we are looking into what caused an accident on the atlantic city expressway overnight. a driver of a suv lost control and ended up in the woods and the vehicle hit several trees and the driver died on the scene. the police closed the highway while they investigated. a woman saved another woman from a fire, the floors
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collapsed and what is left standing is completely charred. a woman was asleep inside and her nephew saved her. >> i was on my way to the chinese store for a cigarette. and i saw the flames and i kicked the window out. >> he woke me up and said something is on fire. >> the cause of the fire is under investigation but they say it started in the back of the house where the woman had been grilling last night. 6 abc is teaming up with philabundance trying to feed families in need this holiday season. >> last year's efforts put 60,000 meals on the tables of the less fortunate. sara bloomquist is here with more. >> hi rick and monica, the phones are ringing and we are taking donations from the viewers, the number to call it 1-877-940-6222. we don't want anyone to go hungry this holiday season here
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in our community. philabundance estimates some 750,000 people in the delaware valley are facing hunger, they provide about 90,000 meals each week to people in our area. many to children and to senior citizens. again the number to call, 1-877-940-6222. you can also log on to our website at to donate and get some additional information, we have a number of special guests with us, and i want to bring over zach, he is a mid-fielder for the philadelphia union, zach signed with the union in 2010, just 15 years old, a local kid from dresher and attended upper darby high school. when you hear the numbers of p.m. in our community that face being hungry this holiday season what do you think? >> that is not something you
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want to hear but i found it important to help out and be a part of this, and being from the area it hits home and it's important to me and around the holidays and thanksgiving, it's a great time to spend time with family and friends and really be thankful for all the wonderful things in life and at the same time there are less fortunate and it's important to help out and give back. >> all right zach, are you answering phones for us, if you call in, 1-877-940-6222. you may get to talk to zach and some of our other volunteers. we look forward to hearing from you. >> rick and monica back to the studio. >> the university of delaware named a new president tonight, the trustees approved dennis asonis, he is the president of stoney brook since 2011 and takes over for dennis parker as the federal research bank of
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philadelphia. you can feel the cool weather in our region, and it's time for another outdoor adventure with adam joseph. >> he is at sesame place in langhorne to give us the story. >> reporter: they are gearing up for a very furry christmas christmas, this opens up on scan earlier we lit their christmas tree with abby. if you are familiar with abby from sesame street and we are on sesame street and you can see they are practicing their brand new choreography and brand new christmas movie for their neighborhood christmas parade and that goes down sesame street, you are getting a sneak peek at it now for the first time. and the general public has not seen it ever. and you can starting on saturday and i don't have much rhythm whatsoever, will i screw it up
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if i do this. santa is coming. we'll head to santa's workshop, he doesn't arrive until saturday but we are going it break in and check it out for you and someone is keeping it warm for him. we'll see who it is. can you dance like that? >> don't get on santa's naughty list for breaking in. >> it won't be the first time. got to go thanks adam. delaware's firefly music festival unveiled the lineup, mumford and sons and florence and the machine and dead mouse are headlining the festival. it's at the woodlands of dover international speedway, tickets go on sale at sec in the morning, no single day passes are available. lets get a check of the traffic with matt pellman. >> i see a lot of congestion behind you there. get the good music going in the
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car you need something to distract you from the huge delays we are seeing along 95, northbound lanes locked up from penn's landing through this point at girard and even the police officer trying to work his way through the crowd is not having success. we remain jammed to cotman but the disabled vehicle we had there is gone but still the northbound travel time is three times what it should be. in hunting park, a house fire and a crash at the busy inter city of city avenue and they are working on the gas main break at vine and 55th and an accident approaching route 1 and big delays in mount laurel at 295, approaching 73, delays are spilling the whole way back to the white horse pike and the wreck on 73 itself northbound has cleared. >> thank you matt. more ahead on "action news,"
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septa stepping up to make passengers more comfortable while they wait for their rides. >> and eagles gear up for a showdown with tampa bay and jaime apody has the details coming up in sports. this reminder our 6 abc holiday food drive benefiting philabundance, if you would like to make the efforts to stamp out hunger, call the number on your screen, 1-877-940-6222. or use it's #~ 6 abc gives on social media to pledge your support.
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a new septa bus in charlie shelter was unveiled by mayor michael nutter and darryl clark, they cut the ribbon at cecil b. more street. 600 new shelters will be installed. time for sports, the eagles hoping to turn things around against tampa bay at home this sunday. we know that sam bradford is dealing with the concussion and we don't know where he is at in
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the process, chip kelly claims he doesn't know either, all he says that bradford can attend meetings but not do cardio, jason peters out with the pain down his leg because of the pinked nerve in his back and bradford is out there that means he is further along in the process, until we hear otherwise it's mark sanchez's team to lead. and he is staying game ready up to this point. >> you have to force yourself and push yourself mentally to prepare like you are going to play, and whether you get the reps or not during practice, you have to take the reps mentally and if you get them physically you have to make the most of them and kind of build almost a roladex of looks you anticipate for that week, but it's a good test. >> the entire season has been a test for the opposing
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quarterback, jameis winston, he has the bucks at 4-5, and have doubled their win total from last year. he has never been in philadelphia before, but he was an eagles fan because he loved watching randall cunningham play. >> him and steve young and i fell in love with him and when i was coming up in high school, my rival's page, they had someone that you are compared to and my comparison was randal cunningham and that made me more of a fan. >> the temple owls may have lost their buzz appeal when they lost their last game but they have to boost their confidence level, they have to beat memphis and win their season finale against connecticut to clinch the acc east division and make it to the
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championship game. matt rule is relying on his leaders, i'm trying to build a champion caliber team, have you to win big games at home and on the road and big games when you are banged up and don't have your starters, it takes competitiveness, i trained the team and coached the team and i'll put money on our seniors that they will have the team ready. >> those poor sixers still searching for the first win of the season, they are 0-11 and they have dropped 21 straight dating back to last year, the last win was last march. and then the flyers they are not winning enough, last night what a game. his first nfl goal to give the orange and black a 1-0 lead, looks like a win would be in the books but the kings tied the game with 55:07 seconds to go.
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and a loss in the standings but a win in their book because they liked the effort. we have to pick it up what is going on with our sports teams. >> thank you temple. >> totally. >> what about last week? >> the pennsylvania conference for women is tomorrow at the pennsylvania convention center, 6 abc is a proud media sponsor for the day long event for career advancement, the regional head of the services administration appointed by president obama and we talked about the cultural perspective of the women's advancements in the workplace. >> with regard to corporate boards women are only 13%, what happens when you factor in a woman of color and those numbers drop dramatically, we have a long way to go, we need to understand that inclusion, because the studies show that companies with more women and more diversity has a company
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that does well. bottom line. >> and finances go up, it's not just a feel good, it's a dollars and cents thing. >> it's the holidays. and of course, everyone wants to get online at once. to watch things. buy things. but slow internet makes it hard. that's why it's time to get fios. it has the fastest internet and wifi available. with speeds from 50 to 500 megs. and right now, you'll get 50 meg fios internet, tv and phone for 79.99 a month online for your first year. and with a 2 year agreement, we'll give you all the premium movie channels for a year. plus, 400 dollars back. so go online or call now. get out of the past. get fios.
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lets go back t o sesame place and meteorologist, adam joseph,
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it looks like the holiday season is in full swing it's festive gl they continue to spring the lights and it opens to the public on saturday and it's a very furry christmas as they are calling it. we are at santa's workshop and santa has not arrived yet and we are getting a sneak peek with special friends to santa's workshop and a furry friend keeping santa's seat warm. we'll see who that is in a second. what do you think of the workshop? >> great. >> it's awesome in here. you want to go to work, you have to help the elves. they have to make a lot of presents for next month. you want to help me do the weather? >> yes. >> we are still around 60 in philadelphia and we have fallen into the 50s across much of the area after topping off at 63 in the city of philadelphia, as we
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look at satellite and radar, we have a lot going on from cincinnati to atlanta, about 400 miles of heavy rain even some thunderstorms and tornado watches near the panhandle of florida, all of this is slowly working its way to the east and we won't see the severe weather but we get a good soaking here on thursday. for tonight it's mild with pockets of drizzle and showers developing and overnight lows between 54 and 58 degrees, that 58 should be 38 degrees for a normal low this time of year, close to 20 degrees above normal, future tracker at 8:00, the main area of rain in the western suburbs, we could squeeze out a dry morning rush. before we see the heavy rain arriving, across much of the area at 3:00, we are getting into the mid-60s with the heavy rain and you can see the yellows and oranges and by 1:00 in the morning, and we are clearing things out and it's rain tomorrow and drys out tomorrow
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night, what to expect is .75 inch and an inch quarter of rain coming in in the afternoon, could be ponding on the roadways with the possibility of a random thunderstorm in southern areas of delaware and new jersey, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, mild and breezy and rainy tomorrow, with a high temperature coming in at 67 degrees, and as we get into friday, a cool northwest wind sunny as well and 57, and as we get into saturday, sunshine and a few clouds at 54 and brisk and chilly and 49 degrees and bottoming out at 47 on monday as we go back up into the 50s on tuesday and wednesday, with that sunshine returning. who is keeping santa's seat warm? none other than cookie santa? i didn't know a cookie santa existed around here. come around kids and gather around cookie monster, he is keeping the seat warm until an
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is it an arrives. what do you think of this? come on in. what do you think of cookie monster sitting here dressed up as santa claus. >> great! >> you think everything is great, do you think he can pull off a good cookie monster? >> yes. >> do you know what you want for christmas? >> i do. i want some cars. >> hear that rick and monica get him a car. and what do you think jacob? nothing. hope you had fun we'll see you guys later on. >> santa want a cookie. ♪
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we want to remind you that our 6 abc food drive benefiting philabundance is here in our studios, if you would like to
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stamp out hunger call in a donation at 1-877-940-6222. >> stay tuned. jim gardner and the "action news" team is coming up at 6:00. have a good night.
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"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with ducis rogers, meteorologist, cecily tynan, and jim gardner. wednesday night, four senior lawyers testify about working under attorney general, kathleen kane and a philadelphia high school community comes together to address violence in the school but the big story is the aftermath of last night's raid
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and deadly shootout in the paris suburb. police fired 5,000 rounds of ammunition into an apartment over the course of an hour, it finally ended with two suspected terrorists dead and eight others taken into custody, people were ordered off the streets last night but the main thoroughfare was back to normal today crowded during the workday but with questions unanswered. who was killed in the raid? police got a tip that the alleged mastermind in the attacks abdelhamid abaauoud was in the apartment, officials say he is not now in custody but they are not eliminating the possibility that he was killed. we are waiting for information. the people inside are said to have been planning an attack and france continues to pound the isis strong


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