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the stories we're following for you on "action news" at 12:30. donald trump tells americans to stop the hate. hear his message about the recent violence following his election for the presidency. she was accused of killing her twin in a crash off a had a a -- hawaiian cliff now she is back behind bars again. we have details of a pedestrian being killed over the weekend. we have nice sunshine and reasonable temperatures, but rain is moving in. let's go outside, sky6 live hd showing us the commodor barry bridge. just a few clouds, a change is coming, keep the umbrellas handy. david murphy outside on the terrace with the details with the accuweather forecast. >> reporter: rick, we starting pointed out sunny and sold, the temperatures are coming up now, you can look across the horizon and to the south, the clouds are
starting to filter in. show you the recent view on satellite. we started with nothing in the predawn hours, now the clouds are filling in. getting sunshine in this was the change we were anticipated and it is starting to occur. we'll have rain from the south it will get here in the evening hours and into the overnight we'll see that bust into the region. by tomorrow morning's rush hour most of us will be damp. temperatures ahead of that not bad. 58 degrees in philadelphia. the mid atlantic region up to new york city up to 06 thri hour. it's -- up close to 60 at this hour. the winds are circulating out of the south only 6 miles per hour not that strong. out of the south that's a good direction if you want to warm up. we're adding 3 to 4 degrees to the thermometer before we are done today. we'll have the winds wrapping in around the south over the area
of approaching low pressure. you can see how the temperatures fall a little bit, this morning we started out around the freezing mark. by 2:00 a.m. we'll be down to 47, 46 degrees arena not getting as cold tomorrow morning, but the rain is on the way. rick, i'll track the rain on future tracker 6 and pretty good news for the workweek once we dump the precipitation. >> all right, david, thank you. this reminder check the forecast 6abc.com/weather. double scan live will give you early warpings of any changes -- warnings of any changes. we invite you to connect with our meteorologists on twitter and facebook. two 16-year-olds are under arrest for flash mob attacks that started at 16th and walnut. a large group randomly started
assaulting pedestrians. an off duty detective suffered serious injuries trying to break up the fight. look for an update tonight on "action news." a wilmington woman who died after being hit walking across a roadway has been identified. officials say 42 alexia mcavaney was attempting to cross kirkwood highway around 6:30 when she was hit by an suv. the vehicle was driven by an 18-year-old woman. she was not walking in a crosswalk. she died at the hospital. the teenager has not been charged. president-elect donald trump announced two appointments this weekend, ranls rans will -- reince prebis will be his chief of staff and breitbart chief editor steve bannon will be the chief center stage -- strategy i
strategy -- center center -- st. he came in as the right wing website breitbart news. birth control makes women unattractive and crazy. s long time mission to take down the establishment wing of the republican party. >> if you're fighting to take the country back, it's going to be people who want to fight, andrew breitbart was all about the fight. we call ourselves the fight club. >> reporter: his target is paul ryan. details show bannon giving orders to his staff to try to take him down.
the long game is to have ryan gone by spring. bannon a former navy officer surrounded by controversy in his private life. in 2007, his ex-wife accused him of domestic violence and making antisemitic remarks. but his camp said he never said it. now with bannon in the white house it is questioning trump's vision. >> i pledge to every citizen of our handle that i will be president for all americans. >> reporter: cnn washington. >> president-elect donald trump sat down for his first television interview since last' election, he spoke directly to his supporter who used his victory to lash out at others. >> don't do it, that's terrible. balls i'm going to bring the country together. >> they are harassing latinos and muslims. >> i am so saddened to hear
that, i say stop it. if it helps. >> the president-elect spoke about several key campaign promises. he still intends to build a wall along the border, but would accept a fence in certain areas. he plans on keeping two key provision of the affordable care act preexisting conditions and adult children on parts insurance until 26. >> philadelphia congressman elect dwight evans will be sworn in in washington, d.c. he was elected to a full term in congress. he was elected to finish the term of chaka fattah after a racketeering conviction. he will work with the trump administration to improve the lives of the people of philadelphia and montgomery county. >> the people have decided we're to move forward.
i would move forward to work with president-elect trump. i think we have objecten the side of working people. that's where my head is and that he is where i want to do. >> the 62-year-old evans served 18 terms as the philadelphia representative. a male victim showed up at a hospital after he was shot several times at club onyx. the victim is in stable condition. no word on any arrests or a motive. fire broke out at a tire store in philadelphia overnight. firefighters were called to joel's tire store at frankford and lehigh avenue in kensington at 3:00 a.m. it took crews a half-hour to get the fire under control. investigators are working to determine a cause. there's a twist in the murder case involving twin sisters, one of the women is charged for a second time in the car crash that killed her
sister. she also behind bars in new york -- she is behind bars in new york now, she will be extradited to hawaii. >> reporter: the baffling tale of these twins both yoga instructors is back in the news this time with alexandria duval cooled of murdering her identical twin anastasia duval. >> she would not harm the person she was closest to in this world. >> reporter: her attorney is calling it an accident. the police arrested her in albany over the weekend after a grand jury in maui indicted her in the death of her sister. according to prosecutors, last may, alexandria duval intentionally drove her suv off the 200-foot cliff in will hawai killing her sister in the passengers seat. the two were fighting. >> she was arguing with the
person who was yanking on her head. she was in a rage. >> reporter: but in june, the judge dropped the charges. >> the evidence failed to support the findings of probable cause. >> reporter: then came the grand jury indictment last month after investigates say they found evidence that the ford explorer accelerated before the crash. >> i think that's the most important piece of evidence against her is the fact that she didn't brake, but it's not and easy case to approve and that's exactly what the judge was saying when the judge said there's not probable cause. >> reporter: alexandria duval is being held on $3 million jail and still in albany waiting to be extradited back to hawaii. elizabeth hur new york. a pastor of a historic church tells his parishners they will rebuild after a fire in
california sheriff's deputy killed in the line of duty gathered to remember his life. 53-year-old deputy dennis wallace was shot and killed execution style yesterday while investigating a suspicious vehicle and person in a wooded area. the suspect was captured hours later after robbing a nearby convenience store at gunpoint. wallace was a 20 year veteran of department. a historic church in missouri went up in flames. fire destroyed the church in kansas yesterday morning. investigators have not determined what caused the blaze. there were reports of several small explosions. the church was built in 1903. it was originally the scottish wright temperature where harry truman was a member. instead of pouring money
into rent or mortgage, people are turning campers and box trucks into homes. there's a social media #where people have formed a community who believe homes is where you park it. >> reporter: 24-year-old andrew lives at the office. >> this is our lounge space slash store front. he lives at the office. the founder of the clothing company and two partners bought a school bus at auction and turned it into an rv. >> this is our counter space, when it's a store it's a display case. >> reporter: home and store all in one. >> i wanted to cut cost and see america. >> reporter: to benefit no rent for an apartment or store he travels the country building his business. it's not just him and his school bus, there's a growing movement of people turning their vehicles
into their homes. on instagram more than 900,000 posts from around the country and world. in nevada city, california, 53-year-old nonprofit fund fundundr and her father live here. >> in part it is driven by by the economics as well as cultural appeal of it. >> reporter: downsize of the lifestyle includes overnight parking restrictions and the neighbors. >> when people seeing people living in their vehicles they will often report them. >> reporter: that headache is worth it for people like vander. >> it's like where is my office going to be today, in the
mountains? or by the beach. >> reporter: lauren lister, abc news, los angeles. back here one local company is celebrating 130 years if business. the action cam was at the rittenhouse hotel where fox and roach marked the anniversary. >> tonight on 6abc, "dancing with the stars," in the first round couples must perform an unlearned dance routine. they will team up with a dancing pro that has been eliminated for a trio performance. the competition continues at 8:00 p.m. on 6abc. after two hours of dancing in the ballroom watch conviction at 10:00 p.m. and that's followed by "action news" at
>> david back with another check of the the exclusive accuweather five-day forecast. it was a nice weekend. it was, it got milder on sunday. today, milder, but clouding up a little bit. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we're dry, there's a little blip down south near cape may. maybe you're getting something in southern delaware. we won't get anything more for the next several hours. we have a beautiful picture, autumnal picture of city hall. the trees in center city, most of the areas bright colors and gold. that's gorgeous among our tall tall -- talented photographer who shot that. bright blue sky is fading behind a little bit of cloud cover. tuesday morning we'll get rain it's arriving overnight tonight. the temperature currently is 58 degrees, not too bad,
especially with light winds. the winds are coming out of south drawing a little bit more mild air in for the rest of the arch of as we take a look at future tracker, between 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. looks like the clouds get thicker and thicker. there may be showers down south by 6:00 p.m. trying to push in. the rest of the evening, the latest model run want to suppress the rain to the south. you might see this pushing closer to philadelphia around 11:00 p.m. cesily tynan will be on the air to show you what's going on with that. 62 is the high in philadelphia today with sun continuing to give way to clouds over the next time several hours. 61 in allentown. 60 in cape may. not much change or difference across the region from north to south with the highs. most of us in the low 60s. by 4:00 p.m. we'll be dropping into the upper 50s, mid 50s by 6:00 p.m. low 50s by 8:00 p.m. around here there's the possibility of showers especially south of i-95. by 10:00 p.m., 50.
we'll continue to cool down overnight but it won't be that bad. 55 degrees or so is the high tomorrow. in terms of the rain tomorrow we'll pick it up after midnight tonight. this model run has most of the rain into tomorrow morning from philadelphia over to the east and kind of pushes it away by 12:30 p.m. i'm into the idea when it starts and when it ends. yes, there are models that are projecting most of the rain to the east. there are models spreading to the rain to the west, not a lot, quarter to a half inch in spots. even though the future tracker 6 model shows the rain east of philadelphia. there's a chance of it to the west tomorrow. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast clouds on the increase the rest of the day, 62 later this evening, some rain pushing up from the south. tomorrow, rainy start likely for
most of us, the best chance the eastern half of the region. 56 is the high, breezy tomorrow, too. after that, a nice stretch of weather. wednesday, 60. thursday, 61. friday, 64. beautiful in here, the first half of the weekend looks good, partly sunny skies, high of 64. then we get another system coming in for sunday that draws the clouds back into play, probably cooler mid 50s and a chance of rain depending on the long range track. latest model not showing a whole lot of rain on sunday, but showers possible. >> topping our people scene this afternoon, veteran bikers helped out a biker who was born to run. bruce springsteen's motorcycle broke down near freehold. the riders stopped to help the musician before they realized that's the boss, they gave him a ride to a nearby restaurant he took pictures with the guys and bought them beers and left $100 on the table. pack your bags to post war
paris. karen rogers tells us about an american in paris in 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: the musical is based on only the academy award winning film by the same name. it's a story of an american soldier and french girl a romance in paris after world war ii. the original shows gene kelly dancing through paris to the music of ira gershwin. >> it's totally recreated and dance celebrating for the stage. >> reporter: the musical made it's broadway debut in april april 1958. >> this is the first time the story appeared live on stage combining the dance and thegers.
>> it has i've got rhythm and they can't take that away from me. >> it's the classics of the 20s and 30s. some of the amazing song book songs. >> reporter: pennsylvania ballet choreograph choreographed the show. >> it's a spectacle. if you love great songs and amazing dance and romance it's the perfect combination of a broadway show. >> reporter: an american in paris plays at the academy of music from november 22 to the 27th. for tickets and showtimes go to arts in philly.org or go to 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers.
>> meteorologist david murphy with a final check of the forecast for your monday afternoon. >> reporter: numbers look pretty good, take a look, we have sun and clouds in the northern and western suburbs and numbers in the low 60s, 61 and 62 in the i-95 corridor. sun and clouds and clouding up at the shore for the next couple of hours. again, similar numbers. rain is coming up from the south, most of you won't see it until tonight or the the overnight. >> finally this noon a tribute honoring veterans at the titans packers game had this emotional reunion. she surprised her 6-year-old son during the game's first quarter. so sweet. stories coming up on "action news" at 4:00 p.m. a flat tire can ruin a day, but
many people are surprised to find out they don't have a spare. many car companies are turning to repair kits. we have a report on what's the deal. a restaurant dynasty right here in philadelphia. we catch up with celebrity chef to see how he traces his success to the industry of the brotherly love. >> that's it for us, we'll see you later today an 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. >> for rick williams, david murphy, and the entire "action news" team, i'm sarah bloomquist. have a great afternoon! >> see you tonight! #
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