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salutes all veterans and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. >> good morning, everyone, 5:30, november 11. let's go over to david murphy and karen with weather and traffic. >> reporter: we're clear, lots of stars out, a few clouds from the northwest, overall we'll maintain mostly sunny skies with the clouds letting sun through for the day. 49 in wilmington and allentown, 47 in millville. 54 in cape may. the winds not that strong, 13 miles per hour noticeable in philadelphia. most of the time you'll have single digit winds in the morning rush hour. we get a quick rise in temperatures. 10:00 a.m., 56. noon, 62. high of 63 comes around 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. but then the winds pick up, they turn in from the northwest and colder air comes in. 59 by 3:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m., all the way down to 49 and dropping into the low 40s by the time you come out of the move theater later tonight. with the winds picking up it will be blustery. if you're out around midnight, it will be cool and chilly. what are the roads looking like karen. >> reporter: we're dry and clear, for friday morning what more could you ask. conshohocken northbound traffic moving on the schuylkill expressway. no problems, we have an issue on the schuylkill expressway be westbound a disabled vehicle pushed off to the side not causing too much of a problem. no problems speeds moving nicely in the 50s on the blue route, as well as, i-95. usually the first starts of slowing there, haven't seen that just yet. 0 miles per hour on the walt whitman bridge watch for that -- 0 miles per hour on the walt whitman bridge. watch for that.
northbound between quaker tone and the lehigh valley a -- quakertown and the lehigh valley, a semi truck hit a sign board watch for that. an accident high street and route 130, a busy area. let's go outside live and check out 42 coming up from deptford and woodbury looking good no delays. >> thank you karen. breaking right now -- actually we're going to start here, for a second straight night protesters filled the streets in anger over the presidential election. let's look at video out of portland oregon. demonstrators torched news kiosks and police called it a right. let's go to center city philadelphia, what we saw last night about five hundred protesters gathered outside the municipal services buildings
multiracial feminist group called it a backlash against them and black lives matter. >> our country does not support the hatred that donald trump is spouting. >> reporter: the groups are promising more protests in days to come. donald trump tweeted a response to the widespread protests, it reads just had an open and successful presidential election, now profferingal protesters -- professional protesters are incited by the media, very unfair. president-elect trump and president obama talked for an hour and 1/2 as the long time rivals sat in front of the assembled media, they shared implements. >> implements -- compliments. >> most of you will i want to emphasize for you, mr -- most of
all, i want to emphasize to you, mr. president-elect, we want you to success seek because if you suck seed, the country does. >> first lady invited melania trump for tea and mike pence was with vice president joe biden. biden called pens his friend. a man with a gunshot wound turned up northeast philadelphia. police are on the scene and so is katherine scott on the boulevard. >> reporter: matt we did just speak to police, they are trying to get the full picture of what happened. we're at the sunoco on the boulevard 5800 block, police vehicles parked in front us, but right in front of them is the victim's vehicle. there is rear damage to the
vehicle, i'll get back to that part of the story in a moment. right now we're off oxford circle in northeast philadelphia. this happened around 4:45 a.m. apparently the victim drove to the sunoco for help after being shot 4 blocks away on is saul street. after the man was shot in the side he got into his car and while he was driving away hit several parked cars. apparently the owners of the park car didn't reallies there was a shooting, they saw -- didn't realize there was a shooting. they saw him leave and followed him to the gas station. he was speaking spanish, they didn't understand what they was trying to tell them, they realized he was shot. police were called, they rushed him to einstein medical center. we don't know his exact condition, but police say he was conscious. investigators have not said if they have a description or
information about the suspect. they believe the shooting happened 4 blocks away on saul street, they did find shell casings, police are holding the scene over on saul. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> it is veterans day, we're hearing that they are he hopeful about a trump's presidency. vets were out celebrating 241st anniversary of the marine corps last night. many vets in philadelphia struggle navigating the va's red tape. >> it's overcrowded it's kind of a shame. i hope he keeps his promise. >> we have a president-elect now who stands behind the veterans of this country. >> and it polls show vets played a critical role in trump's victory. happening today, cities
will pay tribute to the veterans today. philadelphia mayor jim kenny will take part at a ceremonity penns landing site later on this morning. there will be a wreath laying of the unknown soldier at the washington square. >> what's going on in the weather? >> reporter: anything in the morning, not too chilly and in the afternoon, temperatures dropping, but the winds pick up. storm tracker 6 live showing we are dry, that's important element to the forecast anytime you have outdoor ceremonies. let's look outside, lots of stars out over the commodor barry bridge and elsewhere across the region. we're looking at plenty of sunshine to start out and probably maintaining mostly sunny skies today. temperatures are cool, 49 degrees in philadelphia. many of the suburbs in the mid 40s winds out of the
west/southwest at 13 miles per hour. lack of clouds sunny start, some of the clouds my sneak through at times, but generally speaking it will be mostly sunny with high clouds and the sun manages to pump -- punch through a little bit. we'll get a high of 63 around 1:00 p.m. or so. then the winds will turn off the northwest bringing in cooler air in. by 3:00 p.m. when you get your highs we'll be dropping to 59. by 5:00 p.m., 53. as soon as 6:00 p.m. we could be in the upper 40s. as the temperatures crop, the -- drop, the winds will get stronger and stronger. by late day and tonight we'll get winsdz over 30 miles per hour -- winds over 30 miles per hour. 63 is the high, very early high. 59 in allentown. 60 in reading. 63 later on in millville. down the shore it might be 3:00 p.m. where you're holding
on to 61. if you're heading out tonight to friday night football or anything else, bring along the heavier gear, we're looking at windier and cold conditions, the windchills in the 30s tonight. tomorrow, it stays trilliony be we'll see a high around 50 or so with a trough in the jet stream. we'll see temperatures get milder in the afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, 63. mostly sunny and getting windier and cooler as the day goes on. sunny chilly breeze on saturday, 51. nice weather for the eagles on sunday, lots of sunshine, milder, 60. another 60 under partly sunny skies on monday. we have a coastal system coming past us, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, you'll see more clouds during that period. tuesday, wednesday, have a chance of rain. thursday if things work out just right we'll see additional rain.
>> thanks david. 5:40 coming up on "action news," police release body camera video from florida deputies from the night of the pulse nightclub shooting. >> students after the election carried trump poverties through the has shouting white power. >> reporter: we'll go to fort washington and check out 309, i'll introduce you to a 3-year-old boy making a difference for veterans day today. all that when "action news" comes right back. [ roars ]
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ski and montgomeryville. if you're traveling northbound between quakertown and lehigh valley on the turnpike, watch for the right lane being blocked. it's not causing a huge problem, it's early and we have light volume. we have a busy spot, 130, high street at route 130 an accident with police on the scene. watch for that one. it's clear and dry, 48 degrees in quakertown. 45 in saint davids. 49 degrees in center city. a little better than yesterday morning. 41 in browns mills, 47 in hammonton and dover today. it will be windy this afternoon lots of sun, nice high of 63 on this veterans day. i posted a story on my facebook page this is 11-year-old sackry rink. he had a world war ii veteran who lived by him and passed away, he made hot chocolate mixes,ess raising money for
veteran services. we're talking about making the world kinder, follow the little kids. police in florida have released chilling body camera video from the pulse nightclub massacre. victims phones continually win as deputies draw their weapons to make sure the area is clear. 49 people were killed in the attack in june, the accused gunman omar matteen was killed after a standoff with police. there's reports of charged racial scenes after the election. protesters are planned at the school three students were suspended for activity. a video clip caught them chanting white power after they held up a trump campaign sign after the election. students say racists comments were going on for months. >> they are a ware there is race is an issue, but the
election we believe made people more vocal to feel like they can use this as a ways to how they feel. >> they are trying to, but not doing enough where students feel safe to go back to school. >> students who want change are wearing all black today to raise awareness about the problem. >> new on "action news" here, a student at rowan university suffered minor leg burns when a cell phone charger ignited in the pocket of his pants. it happened on the campus last night. the make or model is unclear. two months ago another ronnie student showed us the hole an iphone 6 left behind charring through his pants. that student was not hurt. this weekend "fyi philly" visitors a makers paradise in collingswood, new jersey, karen rogers has the story of a restored landmark of a group
turning out handmade goods. >> reporter: inside collingswood movie theater, more than a dozen airport is is -- art is are putn the factor to honor all the american workers who lost their jobs when the factors closed. >> we're all making, crafting trying to make something out of nothing. >> reporter: it is set up like a gym with members paying a monthly fee for using the equipment. >> it's a place i've been able to suppress myself. they are 100% made in the u.s.a. for tom restoring pride in american paid made is a big part of the mission. >> if you've got something you're interested in, you can come in and get going.
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the paoli thorndale line. >> reporter: chilly start, 39 -- 49 degrees in philadelphia. some spots near the shore in the 50s. veterans day today it's a decent day, 8:00 a.m., 50. if you're heading to a parade, 56 degrees, a fair amount of sunshine, not all that windy. 1:00 p.m., 63 degrees. after that the wind turn out of the northwest they start to pick up, temperatures drop and very windy increasingly windy heading into the evening. 53 by 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., 47 degrees, if you're heading out after work bring along extra gear because the tempts will drop and the winds will rise. >> the website can be your pocket thermometer go to 6abc.com/weather at any time you want to get the accuweather forecast. authorities have identified the suspect wanted for the
deadly hit-and-run in atlantic city on thursday of last week. they said 27-year-old carlos ariaga struck the 37-year-old woman and took off. the crash happened by the bay view motel at 7:00 a.m. his whereabouts are unknown. a texas high school student said she was paddled for not standing during the pledge of allegiance. a substitute teacher sent her to the principal's office. she was given the choice of detention or paddling, she chose to be paddled. >> we're supposed to be a nation under god, that's not what we are right now. i don't feel i want to represent that. >> school superintendent said we never punish the student for not standing for the pledge, we punish students who are disruptive in class.
been charged with robbing a bank. he gave a note to a teller at an td bank saying he had a gun. a brawl occurred at building 21 school, a 16-year-old male and female student started fighting, one student called adult families in to help. there were emergency meetings since the incident. >> a student let adults into the buildings. after they came into the building they started hitting on students and started beating on anybody. it was a free for all. >> parents and students joined staff discussing what happened and looking into how we can put in place protocols and procedures to make sure these
types of incidents don't happen in the future. >> the three adults involved are facing several charges including assault. >> philadelphia district seth williams unveiled new protocol for handling police-involved shootings in the city. the d.-a's office will have special units to investigate. they must report to the scene and visit with the victims' family members. a report will be made available to the public whether or not charges are filed. williams said it's to increase public trust and transparency. next up, a mother and child needs rescuing when a woman flips her car in a crash. >> major retailers are rolling out their black friday deals. we'll help you map our your savings strategy. dunkin's sweet black pepper bacon sandwich is back
experience a breakfast sandwich made for bacon lovers. >> good morning it is 6:00 a.m. on this friday, november 11. we're following breaking news. a shooting in philadelphia has neighbors chasing a man in a car that they didn't know was hit by a bullet. we're live with the unfolding details. the election of donald trump sparks a second night of protests. we've a live report. >> veterans days flags will be blowing in the wind later today. >> let's find out how windy it will be going over to david murphy he is outside. karen rogers has the morning commute. good morning. >> reporter: we have cloud cover across the immediate region and additional cloud cover coming in from the north and west, it is high enough that most of the day will feature sunshine. chilly early, 49 degrees in
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