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>> good morning it is 4:30 a.m., friday, northbound 18. we're following two breaking news stories. >> police are on the scene of a homicide in mercer county, new jersey. we'll have a live report with the latest details. a house is riddled with bullets as they women sleep inside. 170-year-old painting worh thousands of dollars is stolen from a museum in north jersey. >> let's get weather and traffic from david murphy and karen rogers. >> reporter: good morning, we'll have cloud cover to start out,
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looking at mostly sunny skies. the big story is the surge of air coming up from the south and we'll get mild later. 35 degrees in philadelphia. 30s, allentown, reading, lancaster, millville. 50 degrees on the nose in cape may. winds out of the northwest just a tad, but still fairly light at this point and eventually turning out of the south and that's going to warm us up this afternoon. 51 by 10:00 a.m. noon, 61 degrees, that will be nice, well up over the average high. the high today will be 68 degrees at 3:00 p.m. we'll fall pretty quick to 58 degrees by 6:00 p.m. if you have plans to go out this evening you'll want are a jacket or coat. karen rogers we'll have the weekend call that includes the change for sunday. vine street expressway closed in both directions for construction. no westbound or eastbound traffic moving just yet. watch for that on the vine.
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the closures in place. no major problems on the blue route, moving in the 50s pretty good, schuylkill expressway, 40s and 50s and i-95 in good shape. knob construction at academy road it just cleared out. northbound they cleared out, the camera spinning around, you can see the construction crews backing up and picking up the cones. in the meantime we do see cones blocking the two right lanes right there. we have constructions blocking all lanes at route 1 at oxford valley road. stick to business route 1. this caused a lot of headaches, people on twitter were talking to me about it. stick to business route 1. >> on the scene of a homicide in hamilton township mercer county. katherine scott live from
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genesee street. >> reporter: it's early in the investigation, police have not released details about what happened overnight. this happened around midnight. you can see at the hour, genesee street in hamilton township is closed off. there are multiple police on the scene. hamilton police responded and looked for evidence. what led up to the homicide is unclear. there's no word as to the motive or if they know who is behind the homicide. so far police have not said if they found nearby surveillance video helpful in the investigation. they remain on the scene at this hour. the identity of the victim has not been released stay with "action news" as we continue to follow the breaking story out of ham to know -- hammonton township. >> a house in north philadelphia was shot up with three women inside sleeping. investigators found 11 shell
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casings on the 2700 block of west silver street. none of the people inside were injured. police are searching for the shooter. two people are in custody being questioned about a body discovered in the city's holmesburg section. a 0 body of a man was discovered on the 8000 block of frankford avenue. the victim was in front of the building that houses a dental office on the first floor and apartments on the second. three people can be seen on surveillance video dragging the body out of the building. >> detectives are questioning a man and woman who tried to snatch a purse in northeast philadelphia. police want to know if they are the same teens who snatched purses earlier this month. police say be a ware.
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two cars collided in montgomery county hitting a pole on belmont avenue. investigators say the injuries are not life threatening. a car carrier truck came barreling down a narrow street in north philadelphia sideswiping seven vehicles. the driver hit one parked car after another along princeton avenue and turned the corner and did more damage. after causing that mess, the driver took off turning this into a criminal hit-and-run case. president-elect donald trump is working to fill out his cabinet. he is taking meetings at trump tower in new york city including some with former rivals. >> reporter: from foes to friends, president-elect trump is making peace with formal rival mitt romeny a republican
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who had the harshist criticism of him. >> think -- harshest criticism. >> think of his misogyny, the greed. >> reporter: mitt romeny has made a total fool of himself. >> reporter: trump is considering romney for secretary of state. among other candidates, south carolina governor nickie haley who was volunteer about her opposition against the candidate. >> it can be tempting to follow the siren call of the angriest voices. >> reporter: abc news is learning lieutenant general michael flynn who has been a contender for the national security advisory in the trump administration has emerged as frontrunner for the job. >> it is going very well.
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>> reporter: trump open about jobs tweeting about working hard with the chairman of ford to keep the lincoln plant in kentucky rarn moving it to -- instead of moving it to mexico. it's against the law to appoint a family member in the white house, now his son-in-law could serve asen and paid advice adviser. chris christie will serve his full term. he gave the keynote address in atlantic city. his term ends in 2018. >> a mom day tradition in the lehigh valley kicks off today. chris kringelle market is located in bethlehem.
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this 24th anniversary features something new where visitors can watch the artisans at work. a fast food giant is making changes, customers are loving it. people are lost in the woods for two days, find out what they did to stay alive. >> on the bus stop this morning we have 42 degrees by 6:00 a.m. 43 degrees by 8:00 a.m. it will be warm on the way home, some of the kids may want the jackets over the shoulder. i'll have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and the latest on the weekend. >> as warm as it is in our
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region it is hard to believe someplaces out west are dealing with that. the first snowfall brought traffic to a stand still on the interstate. what they are hoping is a strong start to ski season with a fresh layer of powder out there for people on vacation. in a couple of days some of us could be seeing that. >> reporter: up in the poconos, we could see a snow shower. >> what? he was supposed to be nice this week. >> reporter: we'll start with sky6 live hd, as you said it's chilly out there across the region, so bundle up a little bit as you head out. now we can look at sky6 live hd what are we looking at? we have center city, speaking of school that's our temple university camera looking south on broad street. it's chilly, so you'll want a
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jacket as you head outside. now we get to storm tracker 6 live double scan you can see how worry dry this morning. we have precipitation later in the forecast, but we are dry as a bone right now. pretty picture from center city. we have radar on the big board, you can see we're dry, 45 degrees in philadelphia. some suburbs cooler than that. winds are calm right now that's always nice when you have light to calm wind and it is chilly out. and then you see the lack of clouds. we'll see sunny skies and clouds off to the west of us, missing us off to the north and west. 44 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 51, but we jump in hurry this afternoon, noon, 61 degrees. the high today, 68 degrees, the average high. 55. well back and forth average by 5:00 p.m., holding on to 61. getting down into the upper 50s
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by 6:00 p.m. if you have plans to go out this evening, the warmth we're talking about will be fading you'll need a jacket. 69 in reading, similar numbers in wilmington, trenton, 65 in millville. 63 down the shore in cape may. and then comes the weekend. saturday it will be mild. we'll get into the 60s, a couple of thermometers might hit 70. clouds increase as a front comes in from the west. we get colder along with a strong northwest wind that will make it uncomfortable. the highs in the 40s in most places and windchills in the 30s because of the strong winds that's the weekend change. this affects runners at the half marathon and marathon. the half marathon looks good, 48 degrees, not all that wind. sunshine for the runners on sunday. sunday, 44, windy gusing --
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gusting to 40 miles per hour. the windchill at the on set of the full marathon could make it feel like the upper 20s, two different days this weekend certainly. out west not much better for the easily against seahawks in seattle. rainy, wipped -- windy and breezy and temperatures in the 50s during the game. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 68 degrees, sunny and milder conditions in play, sun to clouds tomorrow, high of 69. if we get a shower it happens at nighttime. monday, blustery and colder, up in the poconos snow showers not out of the question. monday windy, chilly, 46. 48 degrees on tuesday, wednesday, showers moving in with lots of clouds. 53 degrees. thursday, 54 degrees cool it
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might be damp with cloudy skies, perhaps a shower around. remember when we're not on the air you can get the latest weather information at you might want to keep your eyes on thanksgiving that's a changeable forecast. today, cloudy and a little damp. >> a diver become fed up watching young men fight so he broke up the brawl with his car. the car jumped the curb and plowed into a ball throwing a man into a store front. amazingly that man was not hurt. you can see him jump out from behind the car. damage to the building is estimated at $15,000. police are looking for the driver who did that. >> two men are under arrest in connection with a 26-year-old connecticut man's murder. investigators say they stabbed the man after an argument in a
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manhattan apartment. they buried his body in a shallow grave in new jersey. the body was discovered on wednesday. the minnesota police officer charged with killing was was -- castile is expected to be in court today. he fired 7 shots even ever he told him he was carrying a permitted weapon. he is on unpaid leave. the shooting marked protests across the country. a gorilla enclosures at a cincinnati zoo was not in compliance when a child got into the which i bet. they ended up shooting the endangered april. family home in a rural area
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of southwestern seattle their van got stuck when they tried to drive around a downed tree. they had a tank of gas and brought food. hunter found them walking along a remote logging road. >> everybody is good, and god is great. >> he said he is grateful for the search effort to find his family and next time he'll take the truck instead of the van. thanksgiving travel is expected to be record breaking. workers at one of the busiest airports in the nation is about to go out on strike. we'll take you to the city's newest highrise open for business and rent and swimming. next. >> reporter: hey everybody,
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welcome back, we're looking live at the platt bridge, we were talking about how we like to unwind at night. route 42 move be okay at creek road northbound traffic heading toward the walt whitman bridge. you will be delayed later. if you're wakerring up early -- waking up early you're good to
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go. we have crews at haddon the field and brace road. it should wrap up at 6:00 a.m. should not be too much problem to cause you a problem. live on the boulevard southbound traffic heading toward the schuylkill expressway. the roads are dry, feels good out there, not horribly cold if you're stepping out. in bucks county, route 1 southbound has reopened, the construction has cleared, yesterday when they did this, they restricted traffic on oxford valley road. watch for restrictions there. at least route 1 is back open, tam. >> thank you, karen. thanksgiving less than a week away, millions of people will be heading out of town to spend time with family and friends. tsa said they are expecting a record number of thanksgiving travelers across the country and they ready to handle the crowd. they added 1400 new officers and 2,000 officers to full time and added new k-9 teams. they are focused on the busiest
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airports in the u.s., including philadelphia international. hundreds of union workers at o'hare in chicago are threatening to strike. union officials did not release details, but said that hundreds ever workers are expected to participate in the strike and that the strike could happen in the coming days. center city's newest highrise is open for business and rent. 1919 market hosted a celebration on the 2th floor. look at this, it has a heated outdoor pool. fire pit, sweeping view of center city philadelphia. apartments started leasing in january. all 321 units are complete. the first floors include and
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pharmacy. wells fargo bank revealed that the employees open 2 million unauthorized accounts in customer's names. the new ceo said he is doing everything to restore their reputation. major stocks indices saw slight gains on thursday, the dow up 35 which is less than 1%. stock futures are mixed this morning. mcdonald's will roll out table service nationwide. plus they will have touch screen stations and they will be able to order tea counter speaking to another human being. remember those? >> event well not. a -- eventually we will not. a 150-year-old painting was
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stolen from a patterson museum. a person is arrested for flying a drone dangerously over center city.
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>> police in north jersey are looking into the possibility that a painting theft may have been an inside job, a depiction of the patterson falls was to go on display at the patterson museum. the director said he didn't
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notice the painting gone until monday. a local college student is charged with serious crimes after he recklessly flew his drone over center city. he eject motional after being released yesterday. he was charged can aggravated assault and risking a catastrophe and reckless endangerment. drexel student used the drone to track an anti-trump protest and flew it close to a police helicopter. >> septa union will vote on a tentative contract deal last week. a dog rescued from a philadelphia home because the owner refused to get help for the dog's fractured leg. those stories when "action news" returns. (vo) at friskies,
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and a complimentary first month's payment. 5:00 a.m., friday, november 18 we're following breaking news. police are on the scene of a homicide that happened overnight in mercer county, new jersey. a body discovered in the city's holmesburg section, police found something suspicious and that is accelerating the investigation. >> taking live look from sky6 live hd there's the commodor barry bridge, it's going to be a nice friday, but uh-oh, changes for the the weekend. >> i'll think about today. >> reporter: you know, what, tam, you can think about today and tomorrow.


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