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good morning everyone it is had 30:00 a.m., thursday, january 11. we're following several breaking stories in south jersey. >> police come under fire in a barricade situation neighbors are sheltering in place right now. >> firefighters in the garden state battle a blaze that rips through a diner. rescuers head out on a local pond trying to save a dog stuck in the ice. >> along those lines it's nice to start above freezing, david and karen. >> reporter: i was driving in today, i was not slipping and
sliding. >> reporter: feeling better, don't go on icy ponds today they will break. we have a break out west and generally speaking we have clouds on the way. as we look to the west we have shower activity that will hold off until later tonight and overnight. 39 degrees in philadelphia. feels more comfortable than it has in a while. 36 in allentown. 36 in reading, 38 in trenton. 37 in dover, it is not as bad as you step outside. it gets better and better mainly cloudy, rain holding off until later tonight. we climb to 49 by 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. we could be up to 51. and slipping to 48. i think we'll see the numbers go up again and get a high around midnight of 52 degrees. tomorrow is milder but we have rain on the way. karen rogers when i come back
we'll look at the rain progressing through the region on friday and see how quickly we can kick it out the door on saturday. we have a problem here, an accident investigation which is blocking our major highway in cherry hill, new jersey, route 38 eastbound is blocked approaching mall drive if you're in the area stick to church road or chapel avenue to get around that problem. in cinnaminson we have a water main break 130 northbound at riverton road, the right lane is blocked but traffic is getting by. outside live on the schuylkill expressway south street westbound traffic heading toward the vine. you see the cones set up. construction blocks the right lane here, all traffic is forced off at 30th street. westbound traffic is jamming because of that. overnight construction westbound on the schuylkill expressway should be open up. the left lane eastbound is blocked, as well. it will be cleared by 5:00 a.m. vine street expressway,
westbound, we had construction blocking the right lane, as well. you see the area of yellow of crews have picked up and left the scene there, the vine is looking better, matt. >> breaking right now, an armed person is holed up in a home in camden county. shots were fired at an armored rescue vehicle. neighbors were told to shelter in place, jeanette reyes is live in gloucester township with the very latest. >> reporter: good morning, matt, the barricade situation going into the 8th hour there are no signs of it ending anytime soon. take a live look behind timber creek regional high school this is the staging area there are quite a few emergency vehicles in fact one of the most that i have seen for a situation like this. here's what we know so far, i tell started at 9:00 p.m. when shots were fired on hamshire
road. the suspect has been hostile toward them firing shots at officers and armored vehicles. at this point there are no reports of injuries. police do not know if there is someone inside the house along with the suspect or if the person is injured. residents were asked to evacuate, but at this point they are told to shelter in place. take a listen to what the police chief had to say. >> armored rescue vehicle from the gloucester township police department has been struck with officers taking fire. >> she heard the first gunshots around 9:00. heard another series of gunshots after a few minutes after that and didn't stop hearing it until after 12:00, there were a lot of gunshots she heard. >> reporter: there's no word on what prompted the situation, police are not releasing much information even whether or not they are negotiating with the
man at this point because it is a fluid situation. we'll keep you posted as soon as we get an update. jeanette reyes channel 6 "action news." >> breaking out of in camden county. fire tore through the diner in berlin country town diner on south white horse pike east broad street around midnight. no injuries were reported. university of pennsylvania will hold a support session at noon today for those mourning the loss of a student found dead. the candle light vigil was held for blain bernstein. bernstein was home on winter break and went to the park to meet someone on the night of january 2. that night burnstein went missing. his death is being investigated as a homicide. >> blaze was a brilliant
thoughtful man who shined a light on all those who he touched. >> burnstein's friends who was the last to see him alive was interviewed by the police several times. >> 17 people are dead and dozens more are believed to be missing around the town. monticito. maggie ruly is following the latest developments. >> reporter: this morning rescuer going door to door. searching for survivors in southern california placing an x when it's all clear. >> i didn't think it would ever turn into something like this. >> reporter: powerful mudslides funnel down the hill side left barren by last month's fires. >> you look out there, you can see the homes surrounded in mud. >> reporter: new video shows the mudslides power and speed an
empty car in about her bank spreading down the street as a muddy mess watches downhill. >> oh, my god, mom. >> markle and his family scrambled to safety as a wall of mud hits the home. >> close the door. wake dad up. >> reporter: the farle family some of the lucky ones surviving the ordeal. the death toll is rizing, at least 17 people have been killed including the founder of a catholic school. pictures surfacing of some of the missing, 1-year-old sawyer corey and her sister. ken liatis who has not been heard from since tuesday. 400 homes are damaged or destroyed. the evacuations still on going it could take weeks or months to restore drinking waters in
monticito. >> "good morning america" will have more on the mudslides from california, "g.m.a." is at 7:00 a.m. after "action news." another water main break in philadelphia is causing trouble impacting residents of the senior highrise, in west mount airy has been without service since yesterday morning. management has been handing out bottled water, no word when water pressure will be back. officers practiced their ice rescue skills while the water of fdr park are frozen over. they took part in full gear dressed in specialized wet suits. police warn about walking out on to frozen ponds. quincy, the german shepherd
fell through the ice in mullica township yesterday. cold water units sent a boat out on the frozen water, quincy was able to walk away unharmed. >> a lot of of this from firefighters around here, good stuff. >> eagles excitement is growing, but students at a local school are torn who they will be routeing for on saturday. 7-eleven stores raided around the country. new pictures of that coming up. >> new program is designed to help families. >> reporter: here's a nice set of numbers for you, we have temperatures above freezing across the entire region. allentown dropping a little bit more, looks like we'll avoid icing this morning. we'll have the afternoon call and a lot of stuff going on, rain coming in tonight and tomorrow, and a dipcy do with
all you need, the eagles are winning on saturday. excitement for the eagles game is building. the little fans at saint matthew's preschool in maple glen montgomery county are ready to go. the eagles face the falcons in the nfc divisional playoff. falcons quarterback matt ryan is a native son of the delaware valley, he is a graduate of the penn charter school in east falls section of philadelphia. the action cam stopped by the second grade class penn charter
school. now the quakers have to decide where their loyalties truly lie. >> do you like matt ryan, do you want him to win? no. >> no disrespect format ryan, even if my own mother was playing the eagles i have to root for the eagles. >> i'm with the other people, i want to the same elementary school at matt ryan, i'm rooting for the eagles. no brainer. >> reporter: sort of not hard to. >> reporter: storm tracker 6 live double scan shows we dry, as we look outside, it's not nearly as cold, if they are going to do ice skating at the river rink, for that matter, they have to get the ice refrigeration equipment going
underneath because we'll get mild today. the temperatures is 39 degrees. it may fall, but we'll stay above freezing. 36 degrees in allentown and reading. 38 in trenton. 39 in wilmington, 39 in millville. 45-mile degrees in cape may. you feel the difference as you step outside, you need a coat, but it's not that bad with mild terms. we may have clouds, but there maybe a break, but generally speaking we're looking at mostly cloudy skies and that sets the table for today and tomorrow. getting up to 49 or 50 by 3:00 p.m. you could see us heading up to 51 briefly and dipping again to the upper 40s, we're going for a high of 52. you may wait until 11:00 p.m. tonight to get there because temperatures are rising.
48 is the high high in philadelphia. 52 in philadelphia, we'll see 55 later today or this evening, down in millville. all right in terms of rain looks like all the way up to 11:00 p.m., 11:30 p.m., cesily tynan will have spotty showers to show you, by tomorrow morning, 6:00 a.m., we'll have some light showers around bothering you for the morning commute. hopefully light nuisance rain, that light stuff will get you slipping and sliding on oil. we'll have periods of heavier rain at times, that will continue on and off until 11:00 p.m. at night. in the overnight hours a couple of things happen, precipitation spills through saturday morning, notice how the models are picking up a mixed precipitation up north. it does look like there's the chance in the northern and western suburbs late friday night into early saturday
morning, northern bucks and northern monaco, the lehigh valley where -- montco, the lehigh valley we could get freezing rain. this should end saturday morning. the rain is over by 10:00 a.m. skies may brighten for the playoff game in the afternoon. it will be increasingly cool, breezy winds, 12 to 25 miles per hour, despite a mild high on saturday morning, we'll get colder in the afternoon. 52 is the high. might not hit it until this evening, rain and fog arriving at night, but you're dry during the day, periods of rain on friday, high of 64. saturday morning we're at 49. rain tapering off. temperatures plunge, it will be windy and chilly for the eagles game. colder air is back, blustery, cold, 29 degrees, monday, martin luther king, same story, clouds and possibility of another round of snow arriving on tuesday,
maybe lingering into wednesday. that's a time period we're watching. quick warm break. >> new pictures, on "action news" show u.s. immigration agents descending upon a 7-eleven store in los angeles. their goal was to crackdown on employers who higher undocumented immigrants. officials described it the largest operation errands an employer under president trump president trump's presidency. it could lead to large fines. an elementary school is offering laundry to students. the program is called loads of love. the principal said laundry can be expensive for families in need now the families can have the cloths dropped off at school and washed for free. >> this can help them, they can
use the money for other things. >> it's important to help others when they can't help themselves. >> washington redskins player came up with the idea. the team's charitable foundation provided the washers and dryers to three schools and two homeless shelters. >> two new dog breeds are running with the american kennel club's pack. >> another high priced item was introduced at the electronic show. we'll show you the 4,000-dollar treadmill that could change the gym game coming up.
>> reporter: good morning are everybody, you almost made it through the week, you almost made it through i-95, right now they are picking up the construction out there, we're in the process of getting along a little better. in the meantime, you can see penndot with the arrow board. they were blocking two left lanes, a little while ago they were blocking all lanes. they are picking up the cones it should be out of here. you want to watch for a jam on the betsy ross bridge to allegheny i-95 southbound. broad street westbound construction all clear all lanes
open. schuylkill expressway at south street we had construction which is cleared, the schuylkill expressway westbound was shut down at 30th street. now we see traffic moving nicely, hey matt, temperatures above freezing, looking fine. >> looking forward to the rain, clean everything off. now for a first look at business, diet coke is getting new flavors and introducing slimmer cans and adding four new flavors, mango cherry, ginger lime and blood orange. no sugar, no calories that's the one in the middle. the new look will be on shelves later this month. the major stock indices was down slightly. the dow 16, nasdaq seven, s&p 500 by 3. futures are pointing to a higher open. yesterday was the 1,000-dollar wine opener, today it is the $4,000 treadmill.
pellaton introduced their exercise machine, the updated version has a touch screen that allows to live stream gym classes. the kennel club has added two dogs, a duck resteving sporting hound -- retriever sporting hound and duck retriever, they cannot compete until next year. >> couldn't they have thought of easier names? >> 4:53 a.m., breaking this morning, a personned holed up up in a south jersey home shoots at police. amazon customers want to know how their packages ended up
>> i was surprised, and i was upset. >> she contacted amazon and they released a statement saying we are working with the deliver provider and working with customers on package deliver. 60-dollar taco, coming up up in the morning buzz, why a restaurant wants to presents this dish hoping to dispel stereo types. >> a barricade situation is on going, police are telling residents to stay in your home. we'll have the latest details. >.
on this thursday, january 11 we're following breaking news. bullets are fired at police officers during a tense standoff in camden county. the barricade situation is going on for hours and people living nearby are being told to stay inside to stay safe. >> the south jersey doctor who police say was behind a plot to kill his wife will be in court today. warming up we're talking about when temperatures will get into the 60s, we're tracking a rainy end to your workweek. >> david and karen i never thought i would enjoy temperatures in the 30s so much. >> reporter: another heatwave. you have to be glad it's above freezing, you don't have to
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