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6:00 a.m., friday, february 3. we're following a lot of breaking news. >> there's panic surrounding a paris museum when a soldier comes under attack. >> a teef steals an suv with -- a thief steals an suv with a toddler inside, he drops off the little girl, but steals the car. >> we'll get to that in just a moment, but first up, is it going to be cold? >> reporter: it's going to be
cold. >> how cold? >> reporter: very cold. >> david murphy will answer that definitively and karen rogers has the traffic. >> reporter: it's cold, not a lot of wind. cloud cover has begun to fill in overhead. while we'll get early sunshine, we'll have clouds and sunny breaks. . 29 in the city. 28 in wilmington. 26 in trenton, 24 in allentown. 22 degrees in reading. 25 in millville. everybody needs the winter coat even though the winds are not that bad. still in the single digits across the region. as we look at the afternoon, though, it stays cold and gets windy. look for cloudy skies and sunny breaks, 28 degrees by 7:00. noon, 31, the high today at 3:00 p.m. is 35 degrees, even then it will feel like the 20s with winds picking up a bit. 7:00 p.m., 31 if you have plans to head out tonight you will want the winter coat and perhaps
extra gear. i'll have the weekend call from accuweather coming up. including improvement for super bowl sunday. karen, what have you got on the roads early on. for the most part we're looking good so far. we're live on the blue route, at baltimore pike, we see traffic moving nicely, no issues right here on the blue route. on the big picture, i-95, schuylkill expressway, and the blue route moving pretty nicely. don't forget we have wing bowl going on at wells fargo center. you'll see more congestion coming into south philadelphia. it's not causing any delays yet. montgomery township, wales road at bethlehem pike watch for that accident. police were directing traffic at cemetary road because of fire activity, it just cleared. no problems in montgomery county. live on the boulevard extension that's the southbound traffic heading toward the schuylkill expressway, light volume to start us off. this accident brought down a traffic light, look for that with crews on the scene.
stick to northwest avenue stead of delsea live at wheat road. >> breaking news, a drench soldier opened fire on a man who went on attack with a machete at one of the most popular attractions in all of europe. katherine scott has more details. >> reporter: we are learning that a four man patrol of soldiers try to stop the attacker. one soldier has a minor injury. let's go to paris, we can see what's happening in the area. the french interior ministry said antiterrorism prosecutors are investigating the attack. it happened an hour ago around 10:40 a.m. local time at the louvre at a high end underground shopping complex at the louvre. the man attack the the soldier after he was stopped trying to
enter the shopping complex with his bags. he launched himself at the soldiers and shouted allah akbar. god is great. the soldier shot the man, he was carrying a bag with two machetes. soldiers on patrol are part of additional security measures after terror attacks in 2015, 2016. 3500 soldiers control sites around paris. the louvre is one of the city's biggest tourist attractions. they have seen the attendance slump since the recent attacks in france. the louvre museum have been closed to the public, trains are not stopping there. this is from twitter, a tourist visiting the louvre there were around 1,000 people inside the museum at the time, they were
being held inside a safe area there. we are hearing that a second person was arrested, it is unclear if they are connected to the attack. live at the satellite center, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> thank you for that. developing news roant, -- overnight, police in south philadelphia are looking for a man who stole an suv that had a toddler inside. once the driver realized there was a baby on board, he dumped her on on emily street. the baby was strapped inside the car seat inside the back of a blue 2014 rav iv. the mother told police she left the car running when she stepped back inside the laundromat where she worked for less than a minute that's when the thief took the opportunity and sped
off with the car. authorities say the little girl is doing fine. >> happening today, a jury could decide how much the salvation army and five other defendants will have to pay for the deadly center city building collapse. the same jury found 6 defendants including richie basiano guilty. attorneys are expected to call expert witnesses to testify during the penalty phase. authorities have started a massive investigation into the deadly prison takeover in delaware. the siege ended yesterday morning when police stormed cell block c at the james t. vonn in smyrna. when they got inside they found an unresponsive guard steven floyd. he was later declared dead. a vigil will be held for floyd in smyrna this evening,. the overnight manager of an upper darby laundromat shot
would be rapest and thief with his own gun. he trapped helper in the restroom and demanded taking off her clothes. that's when she she said she had nothing to lose and fought back. >> i had to take the gun from him. i got it and shot him. >> the gunman staggered out and managed to runaway. police caught up with him a few blocks away and took him into custody. he is in serious condition and facing multiple charges. now is the time when gardeners start to look past the bear branches of winter and start dreaming of spring bloom. that's great noose for those looking for a -- great news for those looking for a job. maribel aber has more. >> lowe's will add 45,000
season workers as the spring season start. there's a chance some of the workers may become full time. 50% last year landed full time jobs with the retailer. january jobs report is due out later this morning. 175,000 jobs were created last month while the unemployment rate held steady at 4.7%. back over to you, matt. >> competitive eaters will duke it out we gut busting dplut fest knowns -- glut fest known as wing bowl. competition will takes place in an hour 1/2. dozens of participants will consume as many as wings inside their mouth and into their intestine track. bob and snack jack and gobbler.
>> the question is not how many can you get down, can you keep them down. >> reporter: that's right, 25 years, silver anniversary, i'm sure it will be very regal this year. >> they sometimes bring them in on thrones. >> reporter: they do, matt. [laughter]. man the direction we could go with that one. we have no precipitation out there this morning. as we look outside, clouds is have started to fill in overnight, there will be sunny breaks here and there, overall looks like a cloudy start for most of us anyway a cold start, too. 29 degrees in philadelphia. 28 degrees in wilmington. just 24 in allentown. 22 in reading. 26 in trenton not exactly greeting you kindlily. 25 in millville. we're up to the freezing mark in cape may. just slipped to 31 degrees.
we are expecting clouds to give way to sunny breaks today. the big story is how much colder it will be and how much more uncomfortable. cloudy in the lehigh valley, 33 degrees, a brisk wind will be building in later in the morning and in through the afternoon and the windchills will be in the teens and 20s in the lehigh valley today. at the shore, high of 40. windchills down closer to the freezing mark, with a brisk and chilly breeze. in philadelphia, high of 35. clouds and sun, brisk and cold, winds running 10 to 20 miles per hour. the windchills will make it feel like the 20s all day long. if you're heading out to dinner or a movie or something else. you want to bring along the winter coat extra gear live gloves and scarves. 31 degrees by 7 can p.m. 29 by 9:00 p.m. the breeze will die down after dark, but it will be uncomfortable if you're not dressed appropriately. 24 is the overnight low, if you have plans to get up early on
saturday morning, that's what will greet you around sunrise. winds lighter. weekend, 34 degrees is the high on saturday. windchills in the 20s, that's 8 degrees below average, cold to start out on saturday. on sunday, cold in the morning, we improve to 42 which is seasonable. you'll be dealing with mostly cloudy skies, however, it's a weak feature well to our north that might pop a flurry or sprinkle around at times, maybe an odd rain or snow shower. i think most of you will be dry on sunday, the way things are looking. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, cold the next couple of days, mid 30s, windchills in the 20s. 42 on sunday, with mostly cloudy skies and odd chance of a sprinkle or flurry. monday, 44 degrees, sun and clouds. tuesday we have precipitation arriving mild in the afternoon with a high of 50. as the stuff moves in, it could start out as a wintry mix changing over to rain. wednesday, cloudy, periods of rain, 55 degrees, not a great
day there, although great it's not snow. back in the 30s on thursday. >> acceptable. thank you david. 6:12, crash landing a family explains how they used the wreckage of a plane to survive arctic conditions. timing is everything, a watch to help you avoid social awkward situations. >> reporter: disabled tractor-trailer, a dark shot, but you can see the flashing lights, it's on the shoulder on i-95. we'll check the majors and hop into the suburbs and check new jersey, too, when we come right back. my cancer started as ovarian cancer and
take a look at the commute, how is it going on this friday morning? >> reporter: so far so good for the most part. we're live in new jersey, route 73 at fox meadow drive. if you're coming in from morris town, you're looking good. roads are clear and dry. a traffic light is down in vineland, crews on the scene delsea drive at wheat road. stick to northwest avenue. we have an accident on wales
road at bethlehem pike to avoid. as we check the majors you can see the green traffic flow, i-95 southbound a 14 minute ride, easy, nice going from woodhaven to the vine, even the schuylkill expressway, eastbound and westbound, 14 minutes between the blue route and the vine. 42 in new jersey, looking good, as well. let's check the commuter traffic report, we're finding saying there's an object on the road westbound near bala cynwyd. don't forget to be a member of our 6abc team when you join waze. 29 degrees in philadelphia. it's cold out there this morning, when you factor in a little bit of a wind, feels like 15 in allentown, 25 in millville. bundle up. >> a family plane trip in alaska led to a search and rescue mission. the smith family decided to take a sightseeing tour while traveling home. the stop required landings on a snow-covered runway. the plane flipped over and
stranding the group for nearly a day. >> when the coast guard came up over the ridge it was an amazing feeling, relief, you know, to know that they had found us. >> smith said they built a fire and used a sleeping bag and the plane's engine and wing covers to stay warm and dry. >> donald trump's sister judge marry and trump berry will stop hearing on the the appeals court in philadelphia. the 79-year-old judge is giving up her staff and chambers, she could return from inactive status at a later date. this was the scene in new york city when small grocery stores closed down striking in protest of the immigration orders. 89 strike was by yemeni americans. trump signed an executive order
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everybody, time to check the schuylkill let's take a look outside, here we are approaching montgomery drive. westbound traffic heading toward king of prussia on the left there, moving nicely as you ahead out this morning. 16, 14 minute ride in both directions, no big delays. we have an accident that just cleared, wales road. thorndale train 514 express, newark line they suspended 1295. this was an accident on route 36 trolley which has delays. >> reporter: winter gear on the bus stop this morning, probably a good idea to keep them bundled up this afternoon. we have temperatures in the 20s, 30s later on today with the winds blowing. we'll struggle to get to 35 degrees, it will feel like the 20s today because of a breeze blowing between 10 and 20 miles per hour. look for clouds and sunny breaks, it stays cold and we're
below freezing as soon as 7:00. at the airport, all green aircraft. no major delays. lots of clouds between here and dallas and or lands doe. no -- orlando. and no signs of rain in any of these spots. >> more concerns over the laundry pods in children. a new study looking at the years between 201512 -- 201 an 2015, found more toddlers had burns to their eyes. an industry group notes the study was done before more safety measures were taken to keep the pods out of the hands of kids in the first place. a controversial treatment aimed at prevents heart attacks is being put to a test in the federal study. registered nurse and health
reporter, ali gorman takes a look at the practice. >> reporter: it's an alternative therapy that many doctors said wouldn't work. now with new evidence, the government is backing a multimillion dollar study. >> it could change the way we treat heart disease. >> reporter: i'll have the details and the controversy and how you can get involved in the trial. >> flyers home stance is off to a good start. current captain clawed -- claude giroux got the flyers on the board late in the second period. they had a 3-1 win. they host the kings tomorrow afternoon. short handled has become the norm -- short handled has become the norm for the sixers.
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>> this is the last weekend to catch the philadelphia auto show. the action cam went up to check on the more unique cars on display including three special vehicles fixed up by vinnie curry and fletcher cox and jason peters. a chester county woman is on a roll and she will continue her reign as the jeopardy champion tonight. even though lisa get the final jeopardy question wrong she was smart and wagered $200 on it. her winning streak started last friday, can she keep it going? you can see it on 6abc at 7:00 p.m. >> you got to manage the pot. we're following breaking news out of france where there's been a shooting near a popular tourist spot.
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>> developing now on "action news," this little girl goes for a ride in a stolen suv until the thief decides to abandon her and the car seat on the street. breaking now, a group of soldiers under attack near a popular tourist spot in paris, they answer back with gunfire. >> it will be a frigid friday, accuweather is tracking frigid windchills for the next two days. >> good morning, friday, february 3. david is bundled up, he has more on how cold it is, and karen has the commute good morning. >> reporter: good morning, we're off to a chilly start across the region. a fair amount of cloud cover over the terrace, as well. satellite and radar shows how
the clouds over the last several hours have built in and thicken. it's cold, 29 degrees in philadelphia. 24 in allentown. 22 in reading. 28 in wilmington. the mid 20s in trenton and down into millville. the winds so far are not all that strong, single digits, but obviously with the temperatures in the 20s, even a light breeze you want the winter coat and extra gear this morning. here's how it will go today, we'll go through the day staying cold, 28 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 31 below freezing by noon. 3:00 p.m., that's the high, 35 degrees before we slide below the freezing mark again after dinnertime tonight. clouds and sunny breaks and winds in with windchills in the 20s all day long. it stays chilly for the weekend, the complete seven day coming up. >> reporter: i-95 southbound traffic at cottman, this car kind of ran into the median. it's off to the side.
we have penndot on the scene warning everybody, slower i-95 southbound at cottman with this new accident just coming in. overall, on i-95 not looking too bad. at washington avenue at i-95 southbound we have the disabled tractor-trailer that's on the shoulder, so people moving okay, watch for that an i-95 southbound as you're heading toward the wing bowl. you'll see extra congestion there on i-95 southbound in south philly. live on the vine street expressway, overnight construction cleared, traffic is slowing down as you head toward the schuylkill expressway. no major problems there. south jersey we have an accident, delsea drive at wheat road. police are on the scene. northwest avenue is the best alternate instead of delsea drive in cumberland county. matt and tam. >> thank you, karen. this is breaking right now, soldiers on patrol at a popular tourist spot in paris stopped a man from entering a mall he at
attacked them with a machete yelling god is great in arabic. katherine scott has more. >> reporter: at this point we don't know many details about the attack. there was a four man patrol of soldiers fighting off the attacker, before a soldier opened fire. the soldier with a minor injury was not the one who fired his weapon. this is a live look in paris, some of the staffers in the louvre complex are being allowed let back in, the road blocks have been cleared. the french interior ministry said anti-terror prosecutors are investigating the attack. that happened 10:40 a.m. local time. at the carousel louvre at a high end shopping mall at the louvre. he attacked the soldiers after entering the shopping complex
with a bag. he launched himself at the soldiers and shouted allah akbar, grod is great in -- god is great in arabic. the soldier opened fire hitting the attacker in the stomach. he was carrying bags, but no explosives with were inside, but police recovered two machetes. soldiers were on duty as a security measure after the attacks in 2015 and 2016. this is from a tourist visiting the louvre. there were around a thousand people inside the museum at the time this happened. they were being held inside safe areas. we're receiving word that a second person was arrested, but at this point it's not clear if they were linked to the attack. live in the satellite center, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> we're following a developing story, as well. a thief drives away with a family's suv and realizes after
the fact there's a baby in the back seat. the little girl is back safe with her mother, the police are trying to track down the thief and the vehicle. annie mccormick is live at south detectives with that story. >> reporter: matt, luckily, the thief knew enough to do the right thing by letting the little girl out of the car. she is staying with her family, police are working to identify the thief anne trying to find the vehicle he stole a mother and her little girl reunited after the car thief took off with the 19-month-old inside. after 5:30 p.m., the mother was leaving a laundromat where she worked leaving the baby in the running car. the bobby wanted something when she started to cry. >> the mother went back into to retrieve a toy and left the car running. the individual jumped in the car and drove away. >> reporter: five minutes later
in the 500 block of emily, prayers were answered. neighbors saw the man leave the child in her car seat on the sidewalk. >> my reaction was call the cops, balls the baby was crying and somebody can come and get her, it is scary. i can't imagine somebody could take a baby like that. >> the car we're looking for is 2014 ravv number jmc-4312. 2014rav four. >> reporter: police station say they got a look at the person behind the wheel. they have surveillance video, they have not released it yet. as for the toy the little girl wanted so badly, looks like it might be mini mouse you can see her chuching -- clutching it
there as she was being held after she was reunited. a candle light vigil is scheduled for corrections officer steven floyd. when police stormed c block -- cell block c. he was found unresponsive. jack markell was blasted saying he helped implement wider freedoms for violent inmates without adding necessary staff. >> these issues, staffing, retention, shortages, overtime, we've been talking about these issues for quite sometime. the two other correctional officers and female counselor also taken hostage are expected to be okay. investigators say all 120 inmates who were in buildings c are currently considered
suspects. >> 6:38 a.m., the trump administration is set to impose fresh sanctions on iran possibly as early as today. the president and his national security advisorier put iran on -- adviser put iran on notice for test firing a ballistic missile. u.s. has repeatedly warned iran's government that it that t is a a violation of the iran nuclear deal. happening today, wing bowl celebrates their silver anniversary. we'll take a live look inside the wells fargo center, when we started this morning, not a lot of people, it is getting packed in there. >> there's the notorious b. o.b.
>> he is dressed for star dumb. it's time for the sights, the sounds, the smells. the reigning champ is molly skylar last year she devoured 429 wings. >> how you do it, is the question. >> reporter: you train somehow. >> i don't want to know. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we are dry, we have a fair amount of cloud cover overhead across the region. there's the rothman ice rink at the dilworth park there right next to city hall and everything is dry out there, but man, is it cold. if there's anybody walking around the sidewalks you're likely seeing them in heavy winters coats and hats, too. 29 degrees currently if philadelphia. the winds are picking up a bit out of the northwest at 8 miles per hour. the windchills are beginning to sink five, six degrees below that temperatures. that 29 is the warmest spots in the region. movement suburbs in the low to
mid 20s. satellite and radar shows you how the clouds have gotten thicker philadelphia south, you might have brighter skies the farther north you go, or east of philadelphia. we'll have clouds and sunny breaks and the breeze will pick up as the day goes on. we'll be around 29 or so by 1:20. below freezing by noon. 35 is the high around 3:00 p.m. back to the freezing mark by 6:00 p.m. windchills feeling like the 20s all day today. high temperatures across the region, even colder up north, allentown, 33. 34 in trenton and reading. 36 in wilmington, upper 0s in most spots down south through south jersey and delaware. if you're heading out tonight to catch a flick, 31 degrees by 7:00. 30 degrees by 8:00. 29 by 9:00 p.m. bring a winter coat tonight, the winds may settle back and ease down a little bit as we go through the evening hours. 27 by 11:00 p.m., is still 27.
you'll be happier if you're dressed warmly with gloves. tomorrow we start out in the 20s, tomorrow afternoon it's cold, high of 34. windchills in the 20s. sunday afternoon we winds up with a high of 42. better as a warm front comes through, passing clouds and sprinkle or flurry, not a lot of precipitation for sunday. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 35 today, 34 tomorrow. windchills in the 20s, 42 on sunday, a slight chance of a spotty sprinkle or flurry or rain or snow shower, most of you stay dry. monday, sun and clouds, 44 is the high. tuesday, mostly cloudy, high of 50. precip arrives starting out as wintery mix before changing over to rain. periods of rain on wednesday, dry on thursday. >> all right, thank you, david. new leash on life, a dog lover drives half away around the state to rescue an animal tossed away with the trash. a rare car collector can't
facing the wrong way. we're watching live as police come up to the scene. it looks like it hit the guardrail. police on the scene i-95 at cottman a little extra slow with the accident even though it's mostly off to the side. in southwest philadelphia, a new accident in here, 54th at grays ferry avenue. franconia township montgomery county, fire crews on the scene, maple avenue at yoda road. stick to 113. let's check the majors, i-95 southbound is starting to slow down, 21 minute ride you have an accident at cottman from woodhaven to the vine. schuylkill expressway eastbound 23 minute ride slowing from the blue route to the vine. no major problems, westbound moving okay. 42 in good shape. 11 minutes from the atlantic city expressway to 295. cold out there this morning, testers roughly ten degrees colder than yesterday morning. 29 in philadelphia. you're in the low 20s in the lehigh valley, mid 20s in
millville. 27 degrees in atlantic city, heading up to 35 today. a quick look at your weekend, saturday, 34, cold, but at least we've got sunshine. sunday, maybe a flurry or sprinkle, otherwise, mostly cloudy and 42. >> thanks, karen. happening today, mexican drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman is due to appear in federal court in new york charged with running a massive drug trafficking operation that netted billions of doors and oversaw murders and kidnappings. u.s. authorities have pursued him for years, he has pleaded not guilty. a small toy poodle is being held for ransom in atlanta, georgia. chelsea brown said thieves ransacked her apartment back on the weekend before and stole the dog named murphy. brown put up missing pet signs. the next day, she believes the
burglar demanded the 500-dollar reward she put on craig's list. so far the burglars are out there, possibly holding murphy. an abused dog rescued from a trash bag in philadelphia, has found her forever home. frances was adopted from the pennsylvania spca last night. her new owner drove from hershey to pick up her new pet in philadelphia. she suffered a spinal fracture sometime in the past. she has been fitted with a new wheelchair which she will soon be using to get around. rooster sounds honey, what are you doing? watching a cow. oh what's it doing? rooster sound
"g.m.a." >> robin roberts joins us live, it's only two weeks since the inauguration, and already the trump administration is staring down another foreign country. >> reporter: trump is putting adversary on notice. how is it impacting u.s. global relations. we have team coverage on the president's second week in office. we have breaking news out of france, historic louvre museum evacuated after a shooting incident. a soldier and suspect were wounded. we have the latest details. we are t-mienous -- t-minus
two days before the falcons and patriots face off. we have all the preview of the anticipated moments of the big game coming up on "g.m.a." matt and tam, tam i'm glad you got the memo to wear red. >> you look beautiful as always in your red, robin. >> it's an important day. >> it highlights women's health month, the number one factor is heart health. not many know that, if you asked why women die they would come up with other thinks. >> it's the number one killer for men and women. >> reporter: let's look at the roads, we're reminding you it's getting slow. this is the schuylkill expressway approaching belmont, westbound traffic heading toward
king of prussia moving nicely at this point, again a little slow, nothing major with any major accidents on the schuylkill expressway. paoli thorndale line, two cars short. you would expect trains to be late like the 501. this was and accident involving the route 36 trolley. >> reporter: we're dressing the kids in the extra gear and keeping them bundle this afternoon. currently on the bus stop we have temperatures in the 20s just about everywhere. 29 in philadelphia. 24 in allentown 29 in cape may. with the winds kicking up in the single digits, it will be enough to make it feel like 21. the high today 35 degrees, bundle up if you're heading to the market or anywhere else, windchills throughout the day will be in the 20s. a car enthusiast had an interesting way of storing his prized possession. he stored it inside an
searching for a man who stole an suv in south philadelphia with a child inside. the thief dropped off the 19-month-old girl and car seat and took off with the stolen vehicle. a candle light vigil is planned in smyrna, delaware for a corrections officer killed in the prison takeover. it is believe that steven floyd saved lives during that event. >> reporter: i-95 southbound at cottman a vehicle smashed into the guardrail, overall traffic has not been too bad there. in fact as you look at the travel times, no major delays, dave, just slowing on i-95 and the schuylkill expressway. >> reporter: chilly this morning, temperatures in the 20s a little bit of a breeze beginning to kick up. the high is 35, well below the average high of 41. tomorrow, colder, and the clouds move in on sunday, but we get back up to 42 which is around average. >> we have almost all our super bowl picks.
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good morning, america. breaking news, terror at one of the most popular tourist spots in the world. a machete wielding man attack soldiers in paris right outside the louvre. tourists running for their lives. a second suspect under arrest. nearly a thousand locked down in the museum. crackdown, president trump says iran playing with fire prepares new punishments. >> nothing is off the table. >> plus, a new warning to israel as the president tries to calm fears about his dimmick style. >> when you hear about the tough phone calls i'm having, don't worry about it. >> and his new war of words with new "apprentice" host arnold schwarzenegger. the terminator fires back. the young man rescued alone at sea a week after his mom and he went missing now telling his side of the story. we'll find out what happened to his mom.