tv Action News at 430 AM ABC November 11, 2016 4:30am-5:00am EST
>> good morning it is now 4:30 a.m., friday, 11. it is veterans day. here's what we're following on "action news," another night of anti-trump protests filling the streets and other cities. trump gets ready to enter the white house as president. >> friends believe medical bills led a new jersey firefighter to commit a crime. we'll get to that, let's go over to david murphy and karen rogers has traffic. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, everybody we have lots of cloud
cover and we're looking at plenty of sunshine. later in the day high clouds will sweep through, it will be dry and milder for veterans day. 48 degrees in philadelphia. 46 in allentown. 48 in wilmington, 49 in millville. 54 in cape may. the winds are not all that strong just yet. remember how we talked about this yesterday the morning wouldn't be that bad. the wind will get more blustery this afternoon. you're okay wind wise for now. today and tonight as you head out you'll want to put on the extra geer for the strong winds. we're expecting a high of 62 degrees around 1:30 p.m. or 2:00 p.m. we're back to 59 degrees and 6:00 p.m., 49 degrees, again if you have plans to head out tonight it will be a lot chillier than throngs without the win owe -- thursday without
the wind. >> reporter: good morning, everybody, looking at the vine street expressway, traffic is moving nicely, no overnight construction, no issues early this morning. looking at the big picture, blue route, schuylkill expressway, i-95 no accidents or problems we're good there. we have construction on the boulevard. let's take you out here live. we can see the crews they continue to block lanes right now as you're traveling on the boulevard, the two left lanes are blocked, the construction cones are set up slowing southbound on kelly drive on the boulevard. construction on 73 southbound blocking a lane as well at route 90 in burlington county in river ton, that will be there 'til 6:00 a.m. the transfer of power is underway. president obama and president-elect trump met at the
white house yesterday. not everybody is ready to move on. there were more anti-trump protests and trump responded. kenneth moten has more. >> reporter: trump transition not to peaceful. another night of protests against president-elect donald trump smashed windows in portland oregon, crowds took over the streets in oakland and philadelphia and new york they marched. >> these people have to get over the results, he won. >> reporter: trump trying to unite the country tweeted trump said the night president obama's re-election we can't let this happen we should march on washington and stop this travesty. a different tone yesterday as a more hump president-elect met with president obama for the first time at the white house.
>> we now are going to wanted to everything we can to help you suck seed. >> reporter: trump made the rounds on capitol hill meeting with top gop officials and house speaker paul ryan.trump on a tos ex-opponent was on a nature walk, this heartbroken hillary supporter went for a hike in chapaqua where she bumped into the former nominee walking the dog. trump's team said he may point a special prosecutor to investigate clinton. kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> protesters march for a second night through the streets of philadelphia as they did at many other large u.s. cities they are expressing their anger
and anxiety over the election of donald trump as president. annie mccormick is live at city hall with more on their plans for tonight, annie. >> reporter: matt you saw the images from kenneth's story from across the country. last night there was a multiracial feminist group that came out to moirn -- mourn and grieve the election. protesters of the election called the result a white lash against them and black lives matter. the group gathered on the steps of the municipal services building and preceded to march toward 30th street station. a smaller group of 100 splintered into two marching around north broad and cal low callowhill. most is made up of bernie
sanders supporters. they caused a problem during commute in rush hour. >> what are the people protesting, the elections? get a life. the election is over with and you have to accept it. >> our county does not support the hatred that donald trump is spouting. >> now there's a facebook page created by no justice no peace saying there's a trump protest in philadelphia sometime this evening, now last night's event and on the night before there were no injuries or no arrests that were reported, however last night there was a protester that did jump on a cab. reporting live from city hall, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> well it is veterans day and some of them are saying they are hopeful about the next four years under president trump. some were out celebrating the
241st birthday of the marine corps in philadelphia last night. many vets in philadelphia admit they struggleating the va red tape. >> have a president-elect who stands behind this country. >> reporter: veterans played a critical role in trump's victory. first responders rushed to a scene to rescue a child and driver inside. cleanup crews turned the car back on its wheels. the driver hit a parked car before the crash at 2:30 a.m. the driver and the child who was in a car seat were taken to the hospital in stable condition. a student at rowan
university suffered minor leg burns after the cell phone exploded in his pants. a month ago, another student showed us the hole that apple phone made in his pants. the student was not hurt. police say 27-year-old of pleasant struck 37-year-old amy smith with his vehicle and took off. the crash happened along route 40 near the bay view motel at 7:00 p.m. a firefighter is charged with robbing a bank and his friends say he may have done this to pay his medical bills. he is charged with robbing a td bank on friday, he slipped a note to the teller saying he had a gun. he is part of the edgewater park emergency squad and lieutenant
with the burlington county fire department. he has been dealing with serious health issues and in and out of the hospital. >> i know he was always trying to work as many jobs as he could to make sure he could pay his bills. friends say a movement started in march to help him pay the bills, he is being held on $75,000 bail. newly released video of the aftermath of pulse nightclub shooting in or handle doe florida. plus -- or handle doe, florida. a high school student said she was paddled for not standing for the pledge of allegiance. >> reporter: 46 degrees by 8:00 a.m., we may improve to 50. as we get into the afternoon on veterans day, it is going to windier and mild with windy up to 35 miles per hour.
>> 4:42 a.m., we're taking a live look at one of many places around the region where you can go and honor those who died fighting for our country. today is veterans day, a day for all who have served our country men and women. >> i want to say kisses to my country who just retired a sergeant major. we're mild this morning and changes as we go through veterans day. we're dry, and that's good, sky6
live hd, we have stars out over the commodor barry bridge. generally speaking cool conditions, cool enough for a coat certainly, but the winds not quite yet a problem. as we look at the temperatures in philadelphia, 48 degrees. the winds southwest at 1 miles per hour they will get gustier and blustery this afternoon and tonight. satellite shows you sunshine and a few sweeps of clouds coming in during the day. mostly sunny overall. the temperatures will do a flip. we'll see milder conditions for a time today. 50 degrees, by 8:00 a.m. noon, 62. i think we'll get a high of 63 around 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., by 3:00 p.m. we're back down to 59 with the winds picking up. 53 degrees by 5:00 p.m. and down 40s from there. if you have plans to go to the veterans day certify --
ceremonies this morning you're looking good. 63 in philadelphia. 61 in trenton. 60 in reading. maybe the only upper 50s in allentown and low to mid 60s in the heart of south jersey and delaware. heading out tonight friday night football or anything else, 47 degrees and cold for the kickoff at 7:00 a.m., 41 by the 4th quarter. windchills will make it feel like the 30s bundle up and use extra gear if you're out on the field. for the weekend, a brief chill arrives on saturday, breezy with a trough in the jet stream right over us. sunday afternoon, things improve with a ridge building in. you'll see milder air coming in. for the eagles on sunday, we're going for a high of 60. we'll be around from from the quickoff all the way to the 4th quarter and wind not as strong as today and tomorrow. the exclusive accuweather
seven-day forecast, we're going for a high of 63 mostly sunny and windy on veterans day, tomorrow, sunny and chilly breeze 51 degrees, less wind on sunday, bright, high of 60 partly sunny on monday, 60. tuesday, wednesday and thursday, we're watching a coastal system each of those days could be threatened by a shower or period of rain. we're in the upper 50s, wednesday, thursday, 58 and # 2. get more weather at 6abc.com/weather. milder today, it gets chillier and windier as we move into the afternoon. pulse night shooting video shows the worst mass shooting in history. victims phones continuously ring as deputies make sure the area is cleared. omar matteen was killed after
standoff with police. a school suspended students over a video that shows york county school technology students carrying a donald trump campaign sign on wednesday, someone says white power, students say the racist comments were going on for months and got worse after the election of trump trmp. students and parents want students to feel safe. >> students were making racial comments saying white power. >> there is a ware that rails is an issue, but the election made people more vocal to say they can use this to say how they really feel. >> some york tech students say they will wear black in protest of growing racism.
>> reporter: texas high school student says she was paddled for not standings up for the pledge of allegiance. she had to go to the principal's office where she was told she was being did say respectful. she was given a choice of detention or paddling. she took paddling. the school superintendent said we do not punish students for not standings in the pledge, but we punish students who are disruptive in class. >>
>> good morning everybody, we're live on sky6 live hd in penns landing, looking at the korean war veterans memorial. thank you to all the veterans who served this country on this veterans day. we have an accident coming into us, watch for it northeast extension northbound between quakertown and lehigh valley. watch for the right lane blocked on. police on the scene.
turnpike westbound construction blocking the right lane between fort washington and norristown. on the boulevard southbound at kelly drive we see crews blocking the two left lanes, i'm watching this guy and wondering if he is starting to pick up the cones. be careful the cars are so close. they are still blocking the two left lanes traveling on the boulevard southbound at kelly drive. watch for the construction workers is trying to to clean it up. 42 traffic is moving okay, northbound traffic heading toward the walt whitman bridge, no problems this morning. police had to break up a brawl at a north philadelphia school it involved adults who didn't belong there. a 16-year-old male and female student started fighting at the building school on wednesday, according to the police report the student called adult family members for help. the school called an emergency
meeting since the incident. >> a student let adults into the building. it was basically a free for all. >> i think we had a good meeting today. parents and students joined teachers and buildings an other staff discussing what happened yesterday and looking into how to put in place protocols and procedures to make sure these incidents don't happen in the future. the adults are facing several charges including assault. just a day after the election of donald trump 100,000 americans signed up for obama care. open enrollment starting pointed november 1 and yesterday's signup numbers were the highest of any day. it's not clear if there was a connection between the surge and the election. the last day to enroll in order to have coverage in january is december 15. the markets were mixed yesterday, the dow surged 218
points, the nasdaq lost ground while the s&p 500 saw gain. the futures are pointing to a mixed open. black friday is two weeks away, retail giants are rolling out their plans, walmart and target will open their doors at 6:00 a.m. on thanksgiving, best buy will open at 5:00 a.m., all major retailers are announcing expanded plans for digital and in-store deals. new on "action news," the nba champion cleveland cavaliers freeze their white house visit. we did this, too. >> reporter: we were among the first. >> veterans day, we'll introduce you to a local man who not only took part in world war ii, he recorded it. >> happening today, the country
photographer he was detached to nagasaki after the a tommic bomb. >> it was important to have it documented and have people known about it. the air force made copies of the photos that have been sent to congress. a new york mother had something in common with hillary clinton they both needed a bit of fresh air we'll explain their emotional encounter. >> a legendary poet and singer song writer died a week after releasing his latest album. "action news" continues. he gets a lot of compliments.
5:00 a.m., friday, november 11. here's what's happening. the election of donald trump as president sparks a second night of protest. philadelphians take to the streets in droves we'll have a live report. election results fills schools with tensions with students spew hate. >> veterans day flags will be blowing in the winds later today. >> let's talk about the winds with david murphy and karen rogers is looking at the friday morning commute. >> reporter: we'll be starting out with sunshine, but not all that blustery in the morning, but winds will be an issue in the