tv Action News Weekend 7AM ABC November 27, 2016 7:00am-8:00am EST
>> good morning, it is 7:00 a.m., november 27. in the news there's mixed reaction to fidel castro's death. the world is responding with mourning and celebration. >> a shooting in new orleans' popular french quarter, ten people were shot. the details, the official mourning period is underway in cuba this morning following the passing of fidel castro. >> 90-year-old communist leader ruled that country for 6 decades. the celebration continues in
miami where many hope the death will lead to to a new day on the comiens -- comurns island. >> reporter: to some he was a bloody tyrant. fidel castro has evoked a range of emotions. the sunrise over post castro cuba. unclear it if means the dawn of a new day. his name rings as a battle cry in havana. students attending the university of havana where the education is free, chanting and singing and crying as the country begins an official nine days of mourning for fidel castro. one students things she owes the revolutionary leader everything. announced by his brother his death is taking the country by
surprise. >> everybody left, i don't know it was interesting, i feel like i'm part of history. it's the last thing i thought was going to happen when we were here. >> reporter: but a few hundred miles away, a very different story. the epicenter of america's cuban compile communicate miami little havana celebrating turning a page in cuban history. >> the best news around the world today, the best news, because fidel castro is the devil. >> many celebrating are exiles or the decent who didn't live -- decentants who live to see this day. castro was the last of the 20th century communist strong men, his body is set to be cremated and his ashes taken ton
a three day tour across the country before being buried on december 4. back to you. >> we're tracking breaking news coming in from new orleans. police are investigating a shooting in the city's historic french quarter that has left a person dead. we'll see you a picture from twitter that shows the scene following the shooting. ten people were shot on the popular bourbon street overnight. one man died from his injuries. >> turning to our weather. mother nature providing a beautiful sunny day, you'll want the coat before you step outside. let's take you live outside the beautiful sunrise via cape may, new jersey. sky 6 shot showing you it's illuminating the clouds in the sky. david murphy in for chris sowers this morning. you need a jacket though. >> reporter: it's better looking at the sun coming up on tv than seeing it outdoors.
the it's cool. the winds not that bad just yet. we'll have sunshine as we start out. the clouds to the west look like they are falling a part, we're looking at mostly sunny skies most of the way today. we're starting out chilly. 37 degrees in philadelphia. we have slipped to 34 not far above the freezing mark in trenton. 35 in allentown. 38 in reading. 37 in wilmington. the freezing mark on the nose in millville. 43 in cape may. as you check out the current winds they are starting to pick up a little bit, single digits in most spots. as we go through the afternoon the winds will pick up a bit we're looking at them getting up in the teens at times. not a horrific wind 37 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 46 by 10:00 a.m. noon, we're in the upper 40s. mostly sunny skies overall. 52 is the high, quickly after sundown we're in the low 40s by
6:00 p.m. breezy, the winds dieing down after sundown. we have rain on the way in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. we need it. i'll let you know when that will hang around and which days are effected and give you the workweek call coming up. this morning definitely jackets as you were saying. >> happening today, the roads and skies will be bustling with activity as people return home from the long holiday. >> aaa estimated 49 million americans traveled this year. 89% of travelers were expected to drive to their destinations and 4 million took to the friendly skies. rely on 6abc.com/weather. keep on eye on storm tracker 6 live for any changes and stay connected with our meteorologists on facebook ascertain twitter is a great way to get an update on accuweather. >> police in bucks county are trying to find a person who seriously injured a man during a
home invasion. this happened in chalfonte late yesterday afternoon. detectives say a 32-year-old man was stabbed during the crime. that man is still in the hospital. if you have any information call the new britain township police. >> happening today, a funeral and memorial service will be held for a young father shot to death friday outside the hamilton mall. 21-year-old demon cottman was shot to death and his orderly brother was wounded in the parking lot. cottman was a 2013 graduate of atlantic city high school and standout wide receiver on the football team. we have an update on the violent and tense scene that played out in roxborough section. breaking news, a heavily armed man began shooting from his home on river road and he fired shots at officers who were spoked to the scene. police told people to shelter in place and sealed off the area which included two dozen homes. >> it was like something out of
a tv show. everybody was evacuated, except my mom and i were were told to shelter in place. >> police are working to keep the people in the area safe. they shut down the septa norristown regional rail line and walking and bike trail. after several hours when they could not contact the armed man they sent a robot inside the home and saw he had tan his life. they recovered a sizable number of guns from his home. >> the president of liberty university said president-elect donald trump offered him the job of education secretary of statement jerryell junior turned down the job. last year after the mass shooting in san bernadino california, he came under fire advocating for students to carry weapons. hillary clinton's campaign
has pushed for an effort for a vote recount in wisconsin. officials are moving forward for the first-ever presidential recount. this comes after jill stein raided money for the recount. they plan to ask for a recount in pennsylvania and michigan as well. president-elect donald trump is contempting the effort calling it -- condemning the effort calling it a scam. >> if you bought a powerful ball ticket to become an instanter millionaire, we have good news an bad news. if you purchased one in pennsylvania. one ticket matched the five white balls and that is worth $1 million. however, sorry to tell you, you didn't win the big one. one ticket matched all six numbers to win the jackpot of $421 million. here the numbers. 17, 19, 21, 237, 47, and the
powerball 14. >> celebrating a milestone together we'll introduce you to the couple that's been together for 7 decades. >> plus, now we know how santa works off all the christmas treats. >> reporter: sunshine on the east coast in florida to saint louis. we'll see that push into the area tomorrow, rain comes tuesday, wednesday, and maybe parts of thursday, i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. ♪
airport, that's about five percent of the rain portland gets in a year. >> we don't want anything like that. >> reporter: we're on the fringe of drought conditions. right now we have dry conditions on storm tracker 6 live. as we look outside we have the sun coming up nice and bright over south jersey as we look from society hill in center city. it's going to be a good looking day, we start out cold and staying chilly this afternoon. 37 is the current temperature. bundle up as you head outside. the wind are not that strong. once the sun gets up over the horizon we'll feel the winds in the teens. not horrific, but enough to add to the chilly feel. 38 in reading. 37 in philadelphia. a repeat of that in wilmington and dover.
34 in trenton. millville is a spot afternoon the freezing mark. 43 in cape play. winds on the light side for now. satellite and radar shows you earlier cloud cover down over south jersey and southern delaware is in the process of evaporating. this stuff to the west has a lot of holes punched in it, as well. while it might streak through later in the day, you can expect mostly sunny skies over the next 1 hours. it won't be quite that long before we get sundown. but you get the idea. 46 by 10:00 a.m. 48 degrees by noon. 3:00 p.m. that's the high 52 with mostly sunny skies, breezy. 5:00 p.m., 46 degrees. it doesn't take long after the sun slips below the horizon to get into the 40s. high temperatures this afternoon not much of a range. 35050 -- 50 in allentown. 52 in millville. i sound a little like the
auctioneer. 351 in cape may. all 50s today. we'll go into tomorrow. we have sunshine early you can see how clouds sweep in as the day goes on. that's 6:00 a.m., it's dry tomorrow. sunshine in the morning, partly sunny skies in the afternoon. let's advance this to tuesday morning and tuesday at noon. here comes the rain we need. it will sweep through the region tuesday evening and tuesday night and wednesday. we don't get finish the with the rainy pattern until thursday morning. we could get one to two inches. we are ahead of a front going to tap into milder air. kind of unfortunate in a way. we'll get into the mid 60s for a couple of days. they will be wet, so we can't enjoy as we would otherwise. 52 degrees mostly sunny, 56 tomorrow, clouds and sun, breezy on tuesday, periods of rain as you just saw pretty much on and
off all day. 65 the high. on thursday, morning, some additional rain, but we do dry out in the afternoon. high of 61 a little misleading once the rain ends and the front sweeps through, we'll see temperatures tumble in the 50s in the afternoon. 61 is the early day high. we're in the low 50s on friday and saturday. looks like we're dry as we head into next weekend. never too soon to look at next weekend. >> the 6abc annual food drive continues through the end of the month. we've been sharing stories about neighbors in need. matt o'donnell shows how hunger has a huge impact on children with one in three in our area living in poverty. >> reporter: financial experts say most americans are just one emergency event away from being hungry or homeless. for an upper darby mother and
daughter, vor ronic can a -- have a -- she tackles the issue of hunger. ever since her father died of a brainen -- when melanie's husband passed she had a good job with benefits, soon after the agency she was contracted with cleaned house, she was a single mother, unemployed. >> i had several emotions from anger to hurt to confusion, to what am i going to do. >> reporter: she went back to school and got a job working with special needs children. >> i love it, i can't live off the salary. >> reporter: all this transition
i'm going blind at the same time. she pressed on and graduated with honors. both mother and daughter are determined to make life better for the other. >> i want to break the cycle. >> reporter: melanie has faith their luck is about to turn. >> i'm on the path of something great. >> reporter: if you would like to help melanie and her daughter get back on their feet go to our website and see how you can connect, share, give this holiday season. matt o'donnell channel 6 "action news." >> emergency services and
asthma. it caused pollen grains to explode and disburse over the city. the particles can penetrate the lungs. tv can cause mindless snacking for kids as young as two. they gave the children a healthy snack to insure they had a full stomach. they had the kids watch tv for ads for corn chips. children who saw the ads for corn chips consumed 30 more calories than those who did not seafood ads. a washington state couple celebrated a milestone by returning to the place where their love started. they went on their first date back in 1943 this at the restaurant in downtown seattle. they returned with their large family in tow to celebrate their 73rd wedding anniversary. they are in their mid 90s and
off to a chilly start, staying cold. 10:00 a.m., 46. 48 by noon, 3:00 p.m., 52 that's going to be the high today. mostly sunny skies, a little bit of a breeze blowing this morning and afternoon. 6:00 p.m., the sun is down and the temperature is down to 43 degrees. on the big board at the airport we're looking at all green aircraft no major delays if case you have folks traveling away
from you at the end of the holiday weekend and no signs precipitation our big travel destinations. >> temple and penn win games. >> here's jeff skeverski. >> reporter: has temple turned things around or what, the owls for the second straight year have won back-to-back division titles what a finish to the regular season last night at home. the temple seniors going out with a bang against east carolina. walker the first in history to throw own ten thousand yards. jengs leads to a -- jenings leads to a touchdown. thomas two touchdowns end of the first half, thomas looks like lesean mccoy at the at the dlin.
temple wins 37-10. clinching their second straight division title. next up, navy next saturday on 6abc, in the conference title game what a scene on the field after this last night.>> to beo win 6 straight. i told them trophies come and go, rings come and go, keep getting better i'm excited about that. >> reporter: congratulations to temple and to penn state because we're going to a big ten title game. what a run by penn state, they won 8 straight and thanks to little help from ohio state, thank you very much, the nittany lions will play for a conference championship, too.
penn state fans going nut a happy day in happy valley. four touch downs, three come in the third. penn state 45-12. clinching a spot in the big ten title game against wisconsin what a finish. >> humbled for this night and humbled for the type of support we get and thankful for the guys in the locker room. it's been special. we've overchiefed and -- we've over achieved and keep over achieving we want to keep doing that. so, is nelson achulor playing or not.
coach peterson said he has to make up his mind whether to bench him against the green bay packers. he said he will respect his decision, but wants to redeem himself after the tough game in seattle. ryan matthews has a new injury. expect wendell smallworth would have a role in carson wentz offense. >> he responded well, the biggest thing is going in and getting more work obviously. >> i'm looking forward to it, i'm going to embrace its a challenge and it is a great opportunity for me. >> sixers big man embiid will start against labron james and the cavs. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a great day. >> santa claus said living at
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philadelphia react to the news of fidel castro's death. >> a philadelphia row home catches fire sending a family out into the cold night air. >> plus, sunny and beautiful, but do not let the bright skies fool, you will need a coat as you head out today. >> that's right, let's go outside to david murphy in for chris sowers with more. hi, david. >> reporter: lots of sunshine out here, it feels good on your face. you need the jacket, because it's rather cool. satellite and radar showing sunshine up over the horizon nice and bright. earlier cloud cover to the south appears to be eroding and the stuff you're seeing north and west, hey, canada goose two feet above the station roof going over me. we have cloud cover to the west.
temperatures are chilly, 37 in philadelphia. 37 in wilmington, 35 in allentown. 32 in millville. 34 in trenton. the wind not all that strong just yet, starting to climb a little bit, once we get that sun up over the horizon a bit more, it will be more breezy with winds in the mid teens. not horrific but adding to the chilly feel. the numbers stay cool, 37 by 7:00 a.m. 46 by 10:00 a.m., 48 by noon, the high 52. we slide into the 40 by dinnertime. when i step inside we have rain coming in a couple of days and sticks around for a couple of days. details coming up. >> 7:31. many in the cuban american community continue to celebrate the death of fidel castro. thousands danced in the streets of little havana in miami florida where the first wave of refugees made their way after
castro seeked power on the island five decades ago. cuban communities as far north as new jersey are celebrating castro's death. >> this is the best news around the world today. the best news, because fidel castro is a devil. >> today is like a good friend of mine said, the new thanksgiving for the cuban population. >> president obama said the u.s. offers a hand of friendship during this time of mourning. >> here at home, cuban american gathered at a popular restaurant in old city to contemplate the passing of fidel castro. the action cam was at bre last night. >> we want to make sure we recognize what this event means to the people of cuba. in the past few years they have taken progressive steps to better their lives and the lives of the people there and this is
just us recognizing what that means to them. >> they plan to hold special commemorations each day during the nine day mourning process. >> new this morning, the west philadelphia family was forced to find a new place to stay after a fire badly damaged their home. the action cam was at the 100 block of north dewy street. firefighters arrived to find smoke coming from the first and second floor of the house. everyone in the home had managed to get out safely. crews had the fire under control in 15 minutes. >> police in delawareing -- delaware are asking for your help after a woman was found lying on the side of the road short hill road in wilmington. a neighbor made the gruesome
discovery and called police. an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death. today marks one of the busiest travel day of the years, the mass exodus begins this morning for the millions of americans who traveled away from home for the thanksgiving holiday. sky6 live hd looking at philadelphia international airport. it will get busy as the day goes on. if you're picking someone up or heading out of town today check your flight status. 80% of the people driving home today that moons a heavier -- means a heavier travel day. philadelphia holiday tree lighting ceremony happened last night in dilworth plaza. jennette reyes was there. >> reporter: the joy of the christmas season filled center city with the holiday
celebration at dilworth park. christmas lights and cell phone screens lit up the night as the crowds enjoyed classic songs and medicines -- mesmerizing dancing. >> i enjoyed the dancing. >> reporter: keeping the crowd energized and warmed, william curtis a pro at 11 careers old who was specific -- 11 years old was specifically requested. the colorado fer tree was top off. >> the first time in our city, the tree lights will be powered using wind power.
1, 2, 3! >> no matter how you celebrate the holidays, or don't celebrate the holiday, this tree is a treat for philadelphia. >> reporter: it was created by david q'uran who had a unique approach to the base of the tree. >> we did a lot of research and took iconic stops along the way in every neighborhood. >> reporter: it was a magnificent start to the christmas season that's uniquely special. >> the tree lighting ceremony was awesome. all the special events you just need to be here. >> reporter: if you missed out on the show it's not too late to take in the sights. in fact you will be one of 700,000 people to come down and check out the tree in the next seven weeks. reporting in center city, jennette reyes, channel 6 "action news." >> beautiful tree. the holiday spirit filled the
air in northeast philadelphia last night. ♪ joy to the world ♪ the lord has come. >> the great sounds of the philadelphia boys choir. it took 35,000 lights to illuminate the 40-foot tall tree a fireworks finale topped off the evening. >> it is my favorite time of year. >> the long holiday weekend kicks off the holiday shopping season and tomorrow millions will try to cash in on deals found online for cyber monday. retailers are prompting discounts on all -- promising discounts on all kinds of things. the deals will continue throughout the week on a variety of products, including toys and electronics and video games and books. the shopping rush was a bone -- bonus for shoppers yesterday was small business
saturday. mayor kenny was browsing for records. shoppers took advance of some really, really good deals. shoppers took advantage of small business saturday. people strolled down main street in ambler looking at the mom and pop shops there. some cashed in on bargains on holiday decorations. unique shops in doylestown bucks county drew many shoppers. we caught up with people on state street they were looking for hot deals. >> the holiday shopping tradition starts with black friday shopping in stores, consumers spent nearly $3.5 billion shopping online on friday alone. that's 21% increase from black friday a year ago. shoppers used their mobile devices to find online deals.
people did hit the traditional mall, too. the mall of america in minnesota reported the busiest single day of sales in years. >> it is one of the most cherished holiday traditions in philadelphia. we'll get a sneak peek of the philly pops concert. >> it's the miracle on 34th street. sky6 live hd taking a like outside cape may, new jersey, meteorologist chris david murphs back next with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, which includes a little rain. we'll be right back.
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people who lived along south 13 decorate with christmas lights. all the lights were flipped on last night as part of the community lighting festival. it was complete with food and train rides with the kids. looks beautiful, doesn't it. >> i'm going to take our kids. they will love that. >> reporter: absolutely, little train ride, yeah. bundle up if you're going out today. it's a little bit on the cool side. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we're dry, sky6 live hd will show you there's sunshine coming down over the korean veterans war memorial. you can see that with the clouds
and sun. there's a little bit of a breeze. 37 degrees as you open up the door in philadelphia. 37 in wilmington, 34 in trenton. up in allentown, 35, with a 38 on the thermometer in reading. south jersey, 32 in millville. 37 in dover, delaware. 43 in cape may. 36 up the coast inland at atlantic city airport. satellite and radar showing you earlier cloud cover eroding down to the south. out to the west, this stuff is going to have a hard time coming across the mountains in bulk. you could see the development of some clouds as we go through the afternoon. generally speaking i'm expecting mostly sunny skies for most of the day. lots of sun in the lehigh valley. breezy, 50 is the high. down the shore, sun breezy, 53 degrees is the high there. in philadelphia, 352 is the high, sunny skies, occasional clouds, chilly conditions, high of 52. with the winds running west/southwest 8 to 16 miles per hour. not a horrific breeze when
you're dealing with the temperature, 52, a wind can make it feel chillier. overnight tonight, it's cold, 34 the low in the philadelphia. the outlying suburbs in the 20s. that means tomorrow morning when you get rode for work on monday morning it's going to be cold. monday looks like it will start out sunny. as we go through the day, the clouds will thicken up a little bit. we'll wind up with partly sunny skies in the afternoon. dry, as we roll this forward tuesday morning into noon tuesday, we'll see how rain arrives in the morning on tuesday, it's with us, with pockets of steadier rain possible by noon. this will continue on and off through tuesday, wednesday, on and off rain, as well. we don't see the last rain develops until thursday no morn, we need the rain we should take it and enjoy the benefits. this is tuesday and wednesday's rain. this will be more on top of this.
wednesday we'll be up to an inch 1/2 of rain to the west. an inch in philadelphia. much of the region wind up with an inch and a half to two inch rain. we can cruise the -- use the rain. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 52 mostly sunny. chilly and breezy. monday, clouds and sun, 56 is the high. tuesday, we get the rain moving in, kind of a shame it's going to be so wet because the temperatures will go up to the mid 60s. the high temperature, 65. you'll need an umbrella if you want to enjoy that. wednesday, periods of rain, 65. mild, rain gear if you're going outside to enjoy the milder temperatures. overnight lows in the 50s. this mean it's absolutely rain across the region. no frozen stuffer out of -- stuff out of this. thursday morning, we'll get more rain, in the afternoon we'll get
cooler in the 50s, breezier and cooler than the 61 would indicate. friday, and saturday, sunny and chilly, in the 50s. better rain than snow, right? >> remember you can get the storm tracker 6 live forecast at 6abc.com/weather. time 7:46 the mannequin challenge that has been taking the internet by storm has taken on a new festive scene. it went to the dogs, a border collie named lava stayed still while posing looking like they are in the midst of christmas. one dog was on a ladder hanging a wreath. >> wow, that's good stuff. >> so glad you stayed with us
on a sunday morning, 7:50, 37 degrees out there. take a jacket ear muffs gloves, the sun is shining out there, but it's cold. it's going to be in the 50s today. the sounds of the holiday season are beginning to fill the air. >> the philly pops are preparing for their annual christmas concert at the kimmel center. roadkaren rogers has more in ths week's 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: for many families celebrating christmas with the philly pops is a treasured annual tradition. this year the musicians will be joined by three choirs and famous jazz singer. music director will lead the show of over 300 performers in this year's festive concert.
>> it is one of my favorite things. i think you can get into the true spirit of christmas. >> they will be performing songs that audiences know and love. >> they have songs like i'll be home for christmas and traditional christmas carrols. >> they will be joined by popular jazz singer. >> tony is has a great personality on stage. there will be the philly pops orchestra and the philly pops festival chorus, the philadelphia boys chorus and saint thomas gospel choir. >> it wouldn't be a pops christmas without the annual audience sing along. >> we have people in the hall singing their favorite crass mass songs. it's a wonderful coming
together. people who never heard the philly pops before this christmas program is the perfect introduction. >> reporter: a philly pops christmas runs december 3 through the 18th. go to arts in physical.org or visit 6abc.com/loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> a favorite for our family. >> the mummers strut their stuff you know the holiday season. ♪ >> the action cam was in pennsauken camden county yesterday for the annual holiday parade. in addition to the mummers there were high school bands who performed for the crowds. families lined west field avenue to take part in the fun. mrs. claus was there to greet the little ones. a sea of police police offs led the way for the annual jaycees christmas parade in wilmington, delaware.
senator tom carper was dressed in holiday red as he walked the parade route and look who else took part in the parade, our own gray hall on the fleet with tiger and winnie the pooh. >> who were the editors who took out the good stuff. >> there's time to shows us your moves now, gray. >> i'm in a suit and tie, i can't move around right now. during the break. >> david murphy will look at the final accuweather forecast. >> you can dance, too, nydia. >> you won't see me dance. >> we'll be right back.
adorable new editions to the zoo in sydney australia. they are called puggles, they are a breed of ant eaters, they are difficult to breed in captivity. they are the first to be born in 30 years. these guys won't be able to explore outside of their boroughs until early next year. they are cute. >> reporter: the first picture, i was like, what? i wasn't sure it was an animal, cool, nature is amazing. let's take a look at where we are heading. 37 degrees by 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m., 46. cool today, lots of sun, breezy, and high of 52 degrees by 3:00 p.m. if you're traveling to the airport maybe getting relatives back to their homes after spending the long thanksgiving weekend with you. all green at the airport and no
sign of precipitation in big travel destinations. clear sailing from boston to richmond and out to pittsburgh. >> 7:56 we're a few minute away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> here's dan harris. >> reporter: coming up on "g.m.a.," fidel castro is as controversial in death as he was in life. while his passing has touched off texts between top republicans and president obama. hillary clinton throwing its weight behind jill stein. they will participant in a recount initial initiated by stein in wisconsin. a massive manhunt for two escape prisoners who broke out of a county jail in california. they are described as dangerous. we have a look inside the cell from where they escaped coming up on "g.m.a." we'll see you
soon. >> "action news" continues later this morning. we're a look at the stories we're following for you. he was once at the center of a international fight between u.s. and cuba. pennsylvania wants to spend millions of putting traffic circles in we'll tell you why they are different from new jersey. we'll have an update on the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. for gray hall, chris sowers, david murphy and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. have a great sunday! we'll see you back here at 9:00 a.m.
good morning, america. new this morning cuba's future. what's ahead for the country following fidel castro's death? the nation in mourning. the celebrations here and the political fallout. president obama criticized for his statement. the backlash this morning and the warnings. >> raul is as repressive. >> breaking overnight, the bourbon street shooting. shots fired on the most famous street in new orleans. ten people hit. at least one killed. >> looking for witnesses. we are interviewing those victims. >> the arrests this morning. >> wisconsin recount. hillary clinton's campaign joining in. green party candidate jill stein pushing the move, already taking aim in two other key states.