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showers are passing through, through much of the area on double scan radar most of the it south and east of philadelphia pushing away and thankfully temperatures are well above the freezing point no matter where you are. allentown 35 and 34 in reading and we are not looking at icing concerns with the rain and mixed wet snow showers far to the north passing through presently and millville a mild 42 and dover sitting at 40 degrees, we are tracking a clipper system low pressure that comes in out of alberta, canada and they are moisture starves tapping into the gulf of mexico and a piece to the south the two of them as they merge will brush us with precipitation mainly tomorrow afternoon because of that winter weather advisories are posted for new casting, chester, all points to the west, but most likely they will spill across the viewing area tomorrow meaning there is concern for that snow falling and combining
with the evening rush tomorrow. so tomorrow afternoon and evening it's mainly a snow event from millville to the north and some mixing of sleet and rain that will transition to snow as the sunsets and snow moves into the far southern areas it's the timing that is the concern not the amount we'll see, from noon until 3:00 it's west to east and from 4:00 until 8:00 we see the steadiest snow but as quickly as it starts to fall, it pushes out moving southwest to northeast. we'll chat about how much to expect where you live monica and more rain and snow over the weekend in the exclusive accuweather forecast. tomorrow's wintery weather continues for you at 6abc.com we have the future tracker maps posted to help you plan your day tomorrow and you can see the latest weather reports along with the hourly and seven-day forecasts. turning to other news now,
the pemberton county mother charged with murdering her newborn was in court today. she is charged with setting her on fire killing her baby daughter. the baby was doused with an accelerant and left in the middle of the road. nora muchanic was in court in mount holly for the woman's first appearance. you have the details. >> this 22-year-old mother had little to say in court her bail remains at a half million dollars, police want to know why he should commit such an unforgivable crime. she appeared in court today via video hookup in mount holly charged with murder police say she secretly gave birth to a baby girl and took the girl with the umbilical cord still attached and set the baby on fire using a can of wd 40 --
>> how can a mother -- do that to a child -- >> she was confronted on the road that is now a memorial by resident morris who insisted she put out something that was burning in the road. >> and she said something about being a dog. >> they heard a baby's cry and called 911, and the child died hours later suffering burns on 60% of her body. >> she needed help and someone didn't point her in the right direction, and at the church where a vigil will be held wednesday night say that her mothers and sisters had no idea she was pregnant. >> we are trying to express we care about her and the child that is lost and a family that is devastated. >> and the city that is
vilifying them and rallying around and being supportive of them. >> they are facing a double tragedy and they have decided to call the infant that was killed. angelica, that is what they are naming her. they are planning her funeral for monday. i'm nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." >> all right nora thank you. a bensalem man is accused of assaulting two young girls at a sleep over at his home. david huebsch is charged after parents came forward saying their daughter was inappropriately touched by huebsch. one of the alleged victims was in girl scouts with his daughter. york businessman tom wolf, is officially the governor of pennsylvania. he took the oath of office using
a family bible. he is the only democratic governor to unseat a sitting republican governor in the last election. >> maybe the only pennsylvania governor to work a forklift and manage a hardware store and i volunteered in the peace corps and i'm not a product of the political system and i pledge to be a different kind of governor and i will keep that promise. >> mike stack of philadelphia was sworn in as lieutenant governor celebrations continue at the hershey lodge and walter perez will be live at the hershey life at 6:00. tonight president obama will face the nation for his sixth state of the union address and for the first time in his presidency the house and senate are republican majorities and he says they will focus on the
middle class and double down on efforts to burst middle clasz wages. for lawmakers and americans watching at home, they are centered on a theme that america is on the rebound. there is a growing sense of optimism when it comes to the economy. 40% of americans say the economy is gulf of mexico good the president will unveil proposals including tax cuts and free two year college and paid sick leave for workers, the president's plan to pay for these proposals is for significant tax increases on the wealthiest americans and that will be a hard sell to republicans. >> we'll try to do the things we think will make america a better place. >> he has to more years at the
white house and what the memory he wants to leave people with. >> president obama's speech may turn out to be more than a wish list than an agenda he hopes to find common ground with the opposition but if he cannot he intends to act along. you can watch the president's state of the union address live here on 6 abc over to monica. >> a mercer county township is marking a new record they hope to beat. the crime rate for hamilton township for 2014, reached a 37 year low, the mayor announced the mile stone in public safety crime fell 27% and he credits good policing and better relationships with the community. and plans to revitalize the city with new businesses in camden but before they can
rebuild they have to demolish hundreds of abandoned homes, john rawlins was there for the first tear down in camden. >> mayor dana redd took the first bite out of 1510 lewis street. today the beginning of a planned $9 million effort to demolish 590 abandoned buildings that often become drug stash houses. >> these are crime factors, this is where things we read about in the paper start to occur. 1510 lewis has that history. >> there were drugs. >> the long-term goal to attract builders to build housing like this. camden enticed employers and this is the site where subaru will build. they say that philadelphia
should follow the example offering tax rebates to new buyers. >> i know that northern liberties is popping and i have seen some of those things happening there in philadelphia. we have great partners at the table here in camden and it's in short order it's being discussed and debated. >> and residents are hopeful. >> we have less drug trafficking and this and that and it will make it a better community. >> but jobs are a must. >> get people off the streets, we need jobs. >> 1510 was reduced to this, a pile of rubble. one down and 592 to go. john rawlins, channel 6 "action news." time for the "action news" traffic report on a tuesday night. lets take it live to autumn marisa in the traffic center. >> hi we are seeing cautious drivers on the road, we have a light rain hitting the roadways
but the temperatures are nice and high and it's a nice practice for tomorrow speeds are nice and full and east and westbound this is city avenue this is taking you 30 minutes to go from the vine to the blue route and the speeds are slow, 20 on the schuylkill and 22 on the blue route and 22 on 95. lets take a closer look at 95 this is cotman avenue and you can see the wet roads there. it takes you 34 minutes from the vine street expressway to woodhaven in the northbound lanes. here is a look at the boulevard, say stand still this is not a typical commute on the boulevard again very cautious drivers the headlights going southbound making their way to the schuylkill expressway, nice and slow out there rick and monica back to you. >> thank you. more ahead on "action news" at 5:00, the demolition of an
exit ramp in ohio goes terribly wrong and dozens of people were hurt when tons of concrete and steel crashed on to the interstate. >> ali gorman explains in health check. those stories and more with meteorologist adam joseph he is back with the wintry forecast tomorrow. when "action news" continues in just a moment.
cleanup is underway after a bridge fell on an interstate. tons of concrete and steal came down on the exit ramp. a body a 35-year-old worker was recovered from the rubble and a tractor trailer driver that slammed into the rubble suffered minor injuries it could be three days before the lanes reopen. a doctor suffering life-threatening injuries when a gunman opened fire in a delaware hospital, and officers located the suspected shooter in an exam
room dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound police have not released names only that the doctor was a surgeon and shot twice. investigators are trying to figure out why the victim was targeted. now in a new survey people trying to stop smoking may have new incentive. ali gorman is live. >> smoking hurts your health and your wallet the staffers at the wallet hut social network decided to find out what it costs over a lifetime. in pennsylvania the average smoker spends $1.4 million and in new jersey a whopping $1.9 million. these numbers include buying tobacco itself but also medical expenses and lost income due to smoking related illnesses.
alaska was the most expensive and south carolina was the least expensive. the hope is that this survey will encourage more to quit. also, today we are learning more about the lasting affects of pneumonia a bacterial infection in the lungs it may raise your risk for heart guys in the long-term and the short-term. some researchers say it's as big of a risk factor as smoking and diabetes. especially in adults over 65 the take away is that pneumonia needs to be treated early it's recommended for adults over 65 and younger adults with chronic medical problems. in other news, if you want to improve your health enlist your spouse or partner to help you.
that is the ingredient when it comes to living a healthy lifestyle. when one partner became healthy, the chances for the other partner went up dramatically that includes weight loss, exercise and quitting smoking it doesn't matter where you start it was where both couples were not living healthy to start.
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music, they met with the young classical musicians. two power ball tickets worth a million dollars each were sold in our area, no one won the big jackpot and it rolled over to $208 million. they were sold at the giant food store in plymouth meeting and the other at the 007 store in philadelphia. each retailers by the way gets $5,000 for selling the winning tickets. watch the power ball drawing tomorrow night after "action news." papa:sometimes, in football, you go for 2. sometimes, in pizza, you get 2 without even trying. get a large one topping pizza free when you purchase a large pizza. order now at papajohns.com. papa:better ingredients
time for accuweather meteorologist adam joseph is back now after 10 weeks off well not off but 10 weeks elsz where. a closer look at the wintery mix. >> the morning rush is fine and it's the afternoon rush we have to watch as the snow picks up in intensity in much of the area, we are dealing with light rain showers east of philadelphia they are beginning to fall apart as they go into southern new jersey and areas in reading and allentown there is snow mixed in with rain and that is reducing visibility and the fog is mixing with the moisture in the middle
30s, lancaster 35 and temperatures are above the freezing point even where we saw a hit of snow in the last hour or two. and rain showers that passed through in millville and rain showers with a temperature of 40, a weak system rippling through to the west and clouds are wrapping up near pittsburgh and that continues to eat its way to the east and we'll see the clouds rip apart here and we'll see stars after midnight hours and then the clouds will build again tomorrow morning, ahead of the clipper system that is moving in from the northern plains, another piece of energy to the south as two of these collide in the atlantic with light snow, sleet and rain tomorrow afternoon, future tracker confirming after the clouds depart we see clearing overnight, early tomorrow morning for the rush hour, there are some areas of filtered sunshine as the clouds build back in even through the lunch
time hour, it's quiet around here, we see snow developing in the far western suburbs of philadelphia. it starts to puncture the i-95 corridor and by 7:00 tomorrow night, can you see snow falling in the area with mixing of sleet and rain in far southern areas and as quickly as it's sun pulls in and moves out, by midnight tomorrow night the clouds pull away. suspects snowfall totals across the area, 1 to 2 inches much of it in the afternoon on the roadways will first melt before we drop the temperature and we see bridges and overpasses in the evening rush get slush covered and a coating to an inch in the far zones the major impact here, the evening rush, not the amount of snow, the reduced visibility and timing and roads are wet and turning slippery into the rush hour allow extra time tomorrow evening the accuweather
forecast, snow moving south and east and temperatures freezing throughout the day and cloudy here thursday and seasonable at 40 and we grab the sunshine back before more rain and snow is likely on saturday to begin the weekend but we salvage the second half with a temperature of 40. more ahead in the next half hour of "action news" at 5:00, the terror group isis releases a new video threatening to execute two japanese men unless their demands are met. and a woman says she used a taxi cab to commit a robbery than is not all. and new kids on the block is going back on tour and they are stopping in our area and we'll tell you when and where. more when "action news" continues in just a moment.
"action news" continues with meteorologist, adam joseph, jaime apody rick williams and monica malpass. hello again here is what is happening on "action news" tonight. snow is heading to our area and it will definitely impact your drive home tomorrow. we'll get the latest on the timing of this storm. a man is attacked by a group of thugs while walking down a philadelphia street and it's all captured on video plus a martin luther king menu offering at the
borgata is sparking controversy on both sides tonight. we are continuing to track the approaching winter storm bringing a couple of inches of snow to the region. penndot is spreading brine on local roads in anticipation of the storm. lets head over to meteorologist, adam joseph with the latest from double scan radar. >> we had a few light rain showers that came through this evening and that washes some brine away that they coated the roads with this afternoon. it's a weak clipper system today and a secondary area of low pressure with moisture to the south and because it's coming out of the north northwest, the moisture source is limited so not a lot of precipitation for tomorrow but it's the time it passes through. not during the morning rush, it's quiet even during the lunch time hour, if you have to head out for lunch or do some errands it's the afternoon and
evening when the snow pushes in and it mixes with sleet and rain in the far southern areas and it continues to pull away tomorrow evening and tomorrow night. here is what to expect with the forecast models anywhere from a half inch to 2 inches depending on which model are you looking at. we'll see 1 to 2 inches of snow throughout tomorrow into tomorrow night. we'll talk about the forecast coming up. this is not the only storm we are watching in the full accuweather forecast. >> thank you. lets switch live to vernon odom who is in king of prussia tonight with more on preparations for tomorrow's snowfall. >> reporter: rick, out here tonight the track is damp but fast as people make their way home tonight. but tomorrow looks to be quite different and penndot knows it on mass we saw penndot trucks crisscrossing the area for whatever the weather may bring
snow, rain, ice, however much there will be tomorrow afternoon and continuing into the rush hour the treatment known as brine, that ensures greater traction for when the storm actually hits. >> afternoon and evening rush hour midweek, we want to make sure we have enough salt down to keep the roads wet and we ask motorists to drive accordingly and leave distance between yourself and the vehicle in front of you. >> penndot trucks will gear up mid-day after sunday morning's crisis that saw a sudden ice builtup that triggered icy conditions that left three motorists dead between the schuylkill and the blue route. >> we did have trucks out to cover but obviously we would have needed at least double the amount of trucks to handle that
type of weather event. >> the weather outlook looks dicey for the next week or so ahead and penndot remains on alert. live in king of prussia, vernon odom, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. our "action news" morning team will have the latest information on the approaching snowfall join matt, tam, david and karen for the track of the storm starting tomorrow morning at 4:30 a.m. at the "action news" big board there is a new demand coming from isis, the terrorists are threatening to execute two japanese hostages within 72 hours unless they receive a high dollar ransom. in this latest video you can see the hostages kneeling in orange jump suits they gave them a choice to pay a $200 million ransom to spare the man's lives they say it's pay back for japan contributing $200 million for
the anti-coalition commission. >> to japan -- although you are away from the state you willingly take part in this cruise aid. >> isis is also holding a 26-year-old american aid worker, there was no reference to her in this new video. in yemen the leader of the shiite rebels that took control of the capital and seized the president's palace warned of more, if the president stands in the way of political reform. the president called the action a coup, if ousted it would likely undermine u.s. efforts to fight isis in yemen. now to the ongoing terror threat in europe nearly 200 officers raided homes in berlin and other cities today. this was in connection with two suspects members of an islamic
terror cell but they say it's not related to the attacks in paris or raids in belgium. and more on the minutes before air asia flight 8501 crash nood the java sea last month. they say that so far there is no indication that the crash was terrorism. indonesia transport minister says the aircraft climbed to an abnormally high rate and then plunged. it climbs 6,000 feet a minute if their last connect with air traffic controllers the pilots ask the to climb from 32000 feet to 38000 because of weather and they were denied and four minutes later the plane vanished from radar. 162 people were on board and there are no survivors. david muir will have much or on the coup attempt in yemen and
the terror video released by isis, can you watch that following "action news" at 6:00. back here a man was nearly abducted while walking down a south philadelphia street. in this surveillance video that was released today it shows one of five suspects dragging the 46-year-old victim towards his own car on the 2200 block of south seventh street. and they attempted to force the man inside an unknown woman screams at the attackers and they got into a van and took off. it's still not clear if he was intentionally targeted. authorities are asking for the public's help in finding a missing girl, keyona sanders, 120 pounds she has brown eyes and long black braids last seen wavering gray pants and coat and
hat she was last seen getting off a bus in oak lane. a florida pizza shop owner that was killed in a mall shooting was a well known restauranteur in our area, leonardo copela. he was trying to protect a woman from her husband and the husband later committed suicide. they owned restaurants in mercer county and just moved to florida in september. from our delaware newsroom, this is 29-year-old aamanda, authorities say she used a taxi cab after robbing a wawa on philadelphia pike this morning and not only that, she allegedly left her 1-year-old daughter in the taxi during the heist and the cab driverer had no idea what was going on in the wawa
and directed them to her home where she was arrested. and now more in the trial involving tollefson saying he bilk people out of thousands in bogus sports packages he says he was pay bad book keeper and didn't realize there was a problem until he ran out of money in 2012. an overturned tractor trailer blocked two lanes in gloucester county for several hours overnight. it happened in paulsboro at 11:15 last evening, the driver lost control and overturned, it took three hours to upright the big rig and the truck was carrying a load of frozen food at the time. time for a check of our traffic scene this evening. autumn marisa is here way closer
look at is the ride home. >> we'll call this the calm before the storm tomorrow night it will be a different picture, right now not too bad on the roads we are on the schuylkill expressway eastbound lanes at the vine street expressway and taking you 30 minutes from the blue route to the vine right now and in reverse. looking at the big picture, speeds in the region are lifted and speeds in the teens earlier when the roadways were seeing the rain, and now in the 20s and approaching the 30s on some of the roads taking a look at wilmington eastbound route 4 at glen more drive we have an accident there and keep that in mind, and also another overturned tractor trailer in burlington township. at sickleville road. slow going here at cotman avenue and construction in the southbound lanes northbound lanes not looking badly but taking you 40 minutes from the vine to wood haven right now. >> thanks autumn.
still ahead s. the mystery surrounding a mansion fire in maryland continues to deepen as investigators try to figure out what happened to the family who lived there. and one casino's tribute to martin luther king has some saying it's racism and offensive. >> all right plus jaime apody has a preview of the tonight's flyers-penguins game and sixers coming up in sports when "action news" comes right back.
square foot seaside home in annapolis to rubble. tech executive don pile and his wife sandy and four of his grandchildren are feared dead. the roof collapsed into the basement and it's so unstable crews cannot even search for the victims. >> the borgata is taking heat tonight for creating a meal meant to honor mlk day but offending people because of an old stereotype. they served up fried chicken, collard greens and mac and cheese. some called the criticism unfair and the chef says he picked the menu items based on king's favorite food historically and had them approved by the manager who is african-american. and now the flyers are taking on rival pittsburgh tonight.
jaime apody is here with more. >> the team that flyers fans love to hate. the match-up of two struggling teams. they took the ice at the wells fargo center. he chases them for the league scoring lead and crosby says he doesn't need extra motivation. >> they are struggling a bit and to teams here that want to get back on track and they are desperate to get back on track there are individual match-ups and you are aware of that, but there are other motivating factors. >> it's fun to play in places where there is emotion and intensity in the crowd. our guys get up for it and get excited and the flyers with their home town fans get excited behind it and it leads to a great hockey game. >> the flyers are 11 games out
of a playoff spot and they had to call up two offensemen today. >> sixers are coming off a loss and then again they have 33 of them, the halfway point getting back on the court for the knicks tomorrow and given how much they losing, the 35 point loss to the wizards they lost 11 of 13 shots it sounds like their old buddy nerlins noel -- >> it's something that he said and i'm not sure i have to do a better job of giving guys touches. >> anybody can get more touches, the ball was just stagnant if the ball is moving not really shots just touches. >> i don't care, they have to make themselves happy it comes
with forgetting their on as a team, communicating with a team it's a family figuring stuff out all by themselves. >> the sixers had fun at a brother's expense. why is there adult diapers on the court a birthday gift to jason richardson who turned the ripe old age of 34 today. and hours later the upset by georgetown they were never even in it. the cats trailed in the second half and are now 17-2 and the hoyas stormed the court, they bus broke down on the way to the court and their game broke down too. sometimes we need a little kick in the pants and if matt rich doesn't get you out of your chair nothing will. a glassboro man living with cerebral palsy he took his
first steps a few years ago and look at what he is doing now. he will inspire you to believe anything is possible. that is coming up tonight at 6:00. >> thank you jaime. the diocese of philadelphia is launching a project to help the homeless and disadvantaged in philadelphia. archbishop charles chaput is launching the effort to collect donations from the faithful and it will benefit local programs from senior centers to food banks, the catholic charlt appeal is the large effort in the archdiocese. i know grandma's house isn't the most exciting, but it's only for a few hours. look what i've got. when you get verizon fios, you get beautiful hd picture quality, super fast internet, and america's most reliable network. so you won't miss a second of that
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problems urinating or eye problems including vision changes or eye pain while taking anoro. nothing can reverse copd. the world is filled with air and anoro is helping people with copd breath air better. get your first prescription free at anoro.com. a grinding head-on crash in stanton delaware today the crash came on newport pike police say that a car crossed the center line and both drivers had to be air lifted to christiana hospital, the extent of their injuries is closed from mcarthur drive to mid state boulevard causing backups for the rush. >> speaking of challenging what is more challenging raising 5-month-old or giving the
forecast? >> raising the child the most difficult job on this planet but rewarding tomorrow will be dicey around here during the evening rush hour we know it will cause a slowup here. as we look at stormtracker 6 live double scan south of vineland and dover light rain showers near atlantic city through much of delaware as we press in closer the last little gasp of some of nodes rain drops from surf city to atlantic city, they are off the coast and ventd you'lly the sky will clear for a time tonight and early tomorrow morning. temperatures are all above freezing and will remain above freezing while the roadways dry you here this evening. 35 in trenton and reading 41 and the poconos did get a little bit of snow this afternoon and temperatures below freezing at 28 degrees, there is that ribbon and moisture and it has really fall and apart as it passed from
pittsburgh. in northern parts of west virginia, a little bit of clearing before clouds build ahead of the system a clipper system diving through the planes and this system is weak and fast moving and the timing is everything here and tomorrow morning it's clear sailing and sun and clouds as we begin the lunch time hour, it's quiet across the area and by 3:00 in the afternoon we'll start to see light snow west of philadelphia through the counties of pennsylvania and mixed sleet and rain showers, far southern areas and that continues through 8:00 and although it begins as a mix the colder air pushes to the east, it will collapse the snow line and even the southern areas as well. by midnight everything is out of here to the north and east. it's a general 1 to 2 inches of snowfall, a coating to an inch in southern areas as it battles
the mixing of sleet and rain at the onset and the greatest area to see the 1 to 2 inches of snow is within in dash line in chester and new castle county and philadelphia and parts of camden and gloucester county that is where we could see the higher amounts, 2 inches is not a lot but it's the timing expect major delays for your evening rush tomorrow. low visibility with the snow falling and the bridges and the overpasses will be the first to be slush covered as temperatures drop below freezing when the sunsets and secondary roadways could be a bit of a concern here after 4:00 or 5:00 tomorrow. your next 12 hours early showers are moving to the east 28 degrees for center city and 20 for the suburbs and your exclusive accuweather forecast as the snow is falling temperatures stay above freezing and that is some good news and
the evening rush slows things down and drops below freezing and behind the system at 40 degrees seasonable and bright friday at 49 and a system to the south that throws in rain and snow is likely to begin your weekend of 37 and a bright end to the weekend breezy and 40 degrees and possible snow showers on monday and then turning brisk and cold tuesday as temperatures back off to normal into the middle 30s, the timing and not the amount tomorrow take it slow tomorrow afternoon. >> thanks adam. more "action news" coming your way next.
"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with ducis rogers meteorologist, cecily tynan, and jim gardner. tuesday night and it's a guilty verdict in the racketeering trial of an iron worker union boss and tom wolf is sworn in as pennsylvania's 47th governor. but the big story tonight is the
approach of snow tomorrow and the winter weather advisory is currently in place in the western portion of our viewing area and penndot has already started brining i-95 this video from chopper 6 hd over the corridor brine today and salt tomorrow. lets get the latest from adam joseph at the big board. adam welcome home. >> good to be back and i'm happy to say for the snow lovers you'll get some here tomorrow afternoon and even a little bit of light snow showers in the lehigh valley this afternoon and the showers have now pushed off the coast and we are awaiting a clipper system pushing into the northern plains weak and moisture starved but there is energy to the south and they will collide close to our region and we are be grazed and scraped by the moisture as it pushes off the coast.