tv Action News at 430 AM ABC November 14, 2016 4:30am-5:00am EST
>> good morning everyone, 4:30 a.m. on this monday, november 14. >> we're following breaking news, a tire store fire causes street closures in kensington section. also ahead. >> don't be afraid, we're going to bring our country back, don't be afraid. we just had a an election, sort of like you have to be given a little time. >> in his first television interview since winning the presidency. donald trump sends a message to his opponents and who he will
accept on the supreme court and how much he will accept for salary. >> david murphy has accuweather and karen rogers has traffic. >> reporter: we'll have clouds increase tonight and rain arriving. 35 degrees in philadelphia. we have light winds overnight and clear skies. down to the freezing mark in allentown, reading, lancaster. i could see spots dipping into the upper 20s, that where we are in millville. it's cold out there this morning. again, winds have been very light overnight and continue light this morning. as we roll through the day, we'll get milder later on. 35 by 7:00 a.m. 47 by 10:00 a.m. noon, 55. 3:00 p.m., that's the high, 62 degrees. you can see how the clouds increase and later in the evening hours after the rush
hour we'll see rain arriving. that continues into tomorrow morning. karen rogers i'll show you that on future tracker 6 and get you ready for the workweek coming up. >> reporter: let's hit the roads, we're looking live in the city, the vine street expressway, no overnight construction, all lanes open on the vine looking nice and clear, blue route, schuylkill expressway no problem, i-95 moving in the 50s. we have a fire location in kensington. you want to watch for the crews on the scene blocking frankford avenue and lehigh avenue. avoid the area altogether, stick to kensington instead of frankford and lehigh. outside on the schuylkill expressway, no problems approaching spring garden. eastbound traffic a couple of cars ahead heading toward the vine. this is 42 coming up from deptford and turnersville so far so good, tam. >> thank you, karen. let's get to the breaking news, the tire store fire in the kensington section. firefighters are at the scene that's got the neighborhood
streets clocked up. let's go over to annie mccormick live at the scene at frankford and lehigh. good morning, annie. >> reporter: good morning, tam, this is the intersection that karen was talking about, frankford and lehigh. fire crews are on the scene, but they are wrapping up. this is video from earlier, we are told by fire crews they arrived after 3:00 a.m. to respond to a fire at joel's tire stop. there was heavy fire inside the middle of it. there was a large pile of tires on fire, in order to reach the fire crews dragged 100 feet of hoses and used two ladder trucks to get the fire under control. nobody was inside, crews saved the building. back out here live, they tell under the circumstances no injuries were reported there were no evacuations that were needed around the area.
again, as you can see they are wrapping up now, but for now the intersection is closed. reporting live in kensington annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> thank you, annie. donald trump addressed his biggest challenges and his goals in a television interview and plus he made two key highers. katherine scott in the sat center will start with the interview. >> reporter: the interview cover a number of issues and asked about the agents of violence across the country and was sad to learn about them and wanted them to stop. donald trump named two top advisors to his administration, reince prebis is tapped as white house chief of staff. reince prebis is chairman of republican national committee, stayed loyal to trump once it was clear he was the party nominee. stephen bannon, the former head
of conservative breitbart news has been critical in the past of many gop leaders. trump sat down with 60 minutes in his penthouse home in trump tower. as for the millions of others. >> after the border is secured and after everything gets normal liced, we'll make -- normalized we'll make a determination on the people who you are talking about who are terrific people. >> reporter: as for roe v. wade if the decision was over turned the issue of abortion should go back to the states. i'm pro life. >> reporter: trump said he'll reject the presidential salary of $400,000 a year and take one dollar. >> you have both houses so we can do things. it's been a long time since this
happened. >> reporter: last night the president of china spoke with donald trump over the phone. this is the first time the two have talked since the heated campaign talk about china. the president told donald trump that cooperation between the two countries is the original correct choice moving forward. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> all right, thank you, katherine. you just heard the tone of the interview that katherine she told you with donald trump the election is over, but the tension and strong feelings it stirred up, protesters nationwide take to the street to oppose president-elect trump and the goals they see of his campaign. "action news" was there last night as a group of demonstrators hit the street in philadelphia. once again the marchers came to independence hall a focal point of our nation's history. some say they will hold trump
accountable beyond the inauguration in january. >> i can't live in a country where a person leaves the values and ethos of the nation being a mess -- a bigot, wants to take human rights. >> most of the anti-trump marchs have remained peaceful. a firefighter was hurt at a fire scene. the firefighter was trapped in the basement of the burning home in chester on east 22nd street last night. firefighters beat back the flames and smoke to rest can -- rescue their colleague. we were waiting word on his condition. an suv struck a woman in new castle county last night. it's unclear how the women is doing, the driver remain at the scene.
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president obama's final message to the overseasal lies is a bit of an about face. thanks is not here -- thanks giveing is not here, but today it will look like christmas in philadelphia. >> reporter: mid 0s in philadelphia. bundle up the kids maybe a bit of extra gear this morning, this afternoon it's back to the lighter gear i'll have the afternoon call and the arrival of rain tonight and tomorrow, and the rest of the seven day coming up.
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city hall making its way up market street to broad street this morning. tree lighting is set for saturday, november 26. >> it's that time, guys. >> reporter: a whole year has flown by. so, we're off to a nice start, take a look that the rain we're expecting later tonight is not here yet. as we look outside, get the shades ready once the sun comes up over the horizon in center city it will be burning bright in the morning hours. 35 degrees in philadelphia. the wind out of the north not all that strong, we don't have to talk about a windchill, but obviously with temperatures in the 0s, you want to -- 30s, you want to bundle up going out the door. will we -- lump time we're main -- lunchtime we're maining
fairly clear conditions. by 6:00 p.m. most of the area will be dry, but we'll be on the look out of shower activity pushing up from the south. the rain will push up into philadelphia, south jersey and delaware look wet later on tonight. this is the 11:00 p.m., cesily tynan will be on the air at 11:00 p.m. to show you what's going on on storm tracker 6 live. over the next 12 hours we get milder, too, after the cold start in the 30s by 8:00 a.m. we'll be in the upper 40s by 10 anne the mid 50s in the afternoon. the clouds get thicker, by 3:00 p.m., high of 62 and by 5:00 p.m. dipping back down to 56 degrees. high temperatures this afternoon, low 60s from allentown to reading, wilmington anne trenton, millville and even in cape may we'll touch 60 briefly on the thermometer this afternoon. we get into tomorrow, we'll start at midnight tonight, you can see that the rain will be coming in on and off throughout the overnight hours and by the
time we are on the air tomorrow at 4:30 a.m. anne 5:00 p.m. you will see rain on radar for sure. the morning rush hour could be on the wet side. we have wet leaves to contend with, be careful of that. by 9:00, we're looking at rain in pockets it could be on the steady side. looks like the rain is pushing off to the north and it will be fairly cloudy by tomorrow afternoon. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, 62 degrees sun giving way to clouds with the rain holding off until nighttime. the cloudy start i showed you, there could tapering off the rain in the afternoon and sunshine. it's possible. cooler, 56 degrees. wednesday, 60. thursday, high of 61. friday looks like a beautiful day, 64.
saturday, 64. late at night there could rain arriving, sunday looks cloudy and depending on the track of the next system, rain is possible on sunday, high back down to 55. remember when we're not on the air you can get the latest weather information at 6abc.com/weather. nice numbers ahead, very seasonable over the next several days, a couple of shots at rain, the first one tonight. >> thank you, david. president obama will hold a news conference at the white house before he departs on his final foreign trip. he will make his first trip to greece as president. there will be a reversal of message by the president after weeks on the campaign trail calling into question the temperament of donald trump. he will now talk about the president-elect. twilight -- dwight evans fills the long time seat filled
by chaka fattah. he represents part of philadelphia and the lower main line. crews have been working all weekend to clear the track following a train derailment in kentucky. a csx train heading from birmingham, alabama to to load, ohio, 22 cars left the track, there were no injuries, and the train was empty. dozens of wildfires in georgia, north carolina and tennessee many have been ruled arson. the wildfire has grown to 2800 acres and 15% contained. officials say the smoke is so thick in some aerials residents are being -- areas, residents are being urged to wear special mask also while adds. twins at odds in a vicious crime, one accused of killing the other one. a show is unfolding in the
philadelphia international looking good out there. let's look at the roads, this is i-95 at cottman, no delays, a nice easy ride for an early monday morning. we have construction crews on the northeast extension, northbound blocking the left lane, overall we're seeing the green traffic free through the area, i don't think it's freeing down too much. live on the boulevard approaching the schuylkill expressway southbound traffic heading toward the schuylkill expressway, nice and clear, no delays, we have an accident coming into us in harleysville, montgomery county, indian creek road blocking a lane watch for that as you head out the door. overall the major pretty good. >> the sky6 live hd cameras have been tracking an awesome show in the sky, that i can a look at the time lapse that's the supermoon nasa says it will be closer when it appears on the horizon at 6:21.
half-hour from now. moon sets at 6:30 a.m., take your coffee and take a look at how super it is. the phenomena occurs once every 14 months, this time it makes its closer approach since 1948. >> it's super. check it out. displcialghts -- here's a first look at business, toyota is going to settle a class action lawsuit because of frames rusting through. the corrosion could jeopardize the structural integrity. the lawsuit could cost toyota $3 billion. major stocks indices were mixed. the dow gained 39. s&p 500 went down, futures point to a gain at the opening bell. national retail federation
expect americans to spend $935 on average during the shopping season. a rare sky blue diamond will go up for auction in switzerland. it fetch up to $25 million. the largest known sky blue diamond. >> beautiful. we're following breaking news, philadelphia firefighters face off with flames and smoke shooting from a tire store. we'll give you the latest at 5:00 a.m. the music world loses a famous backup.
>> there are new developments in the case of a woman accused of murdering her identical twin sister. witnesses say the sisters were fighting before their suv plunged off a cliff in maui in may. investigators say andrea was driving and accelerated and made no effort to break. a judge dropped murder charges and the grand jury indicted her on second degree murder charges. officers arrested 36-year-old david miew -- mucatto yesterday accused of shooting deputy dennis wallace at pointblank range in houston.
he was checking on on reports of a suspicious van when he shot him. >> we know for a fact that the gun used for the crime was in direct contact with his held when the trigger was pulled twice, this was an execution. >> wallace is the 5th deputy in texas to die in the line of duty. music world is mourning the death of leon russell who played for joe cocker and bob dylan. he passed away over the weekend in his sleep in nashville. earlier this year, russell suffered a heart attack and had to postpone 28 concerts. lion russell was 74. if you look to the ease
listening, you may have heard it. his signature song there are 100 versions of it. any number of people have won awards for his work, i'll play it for you in the break. loved to have heard some of it. we didn't hear any. >> mourning his loss this morning. coming up in the next half-hour, a group of bikers stopped to help a stranded motorcycle i also in new jersey only -- motorcyclist only to find out it was a rock star. >> those stories and more when "action news" comes right back.
5:00 a.m., monday, november 14. >> we're following breaking news, flames burning through a philadelphia tire shop we'll have a live report. >> developing this morning, police are looking for the armed robbers who burst into a university city restaurant at closing time. rocky carson wentz gets his -- rookie carson wentz gets his first win after half-time. >> i want to take a nap during half-te,