tv Action News at 430 AM ABC March 6, 2017 4:30am-4:52am EST
>> good morning everyone, it is 4:30 a.m., monday march 6. >> here's what we're following in the wake of several threats against jewish centers around the nation, local lawmakers calling for new federal security funding. the director of the fbi is asking the justice department to refute president donald trump train that president obama ordered a tap during the presidential campaign. after a frigid weekend warm weather is heading our way. >> we're used to that by for you, it's been a weird winter.
karen rogers is off, we have david murphy in. >> reporter: all right, guys you can see a lack of sunshine in most neighborhoods. as the day rolls on additional clouds roll in and we'll have additional showers in the suburbs. 22 in wilmington. 16 in millville. 32 in cape may. yes, the mild air is coming, you still need the winter coat this morning. winds are not all that strong, calm currently in philadelphia. 27 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 42 by noon. 3:00 p.m. we'll bounce back up to a high of 52 degrees falling back to the mid 40s by 7:00 p.m. sun giving way to clouds, most of the rain will be later in the day or in the evening. you talked about how weird matt and tam, the weather has been this winter, well, it might get weirder as spring arrives this weekend as we are looking for the potential of a bit of snow, i'll have the details coming up.
>> reporter: it makes sense -- >> reporter: yes, it's still march. >> reporter: good morning, everybody, a good start on the roadways, last week it was not a good situation on i-95 in the great northeast we had an accident involving the truck and overturned vehicle closed for hours. nothing like that this morning. i-95 looks good heading toward center city. in center city no issues, no overnight construction to contend with on the vine street express way. all lanes are open. westbound overhead lights are out, but there's no construction,. you're good to go on the vine. we have a sinkhole on clearfeed street. we have construction on 21st until 6:00 a.m. schuylkill expressway near conshohocken eastbound coming
the headlights near the curve. no issues on monday morning. >> president trump is back at the white house making plans to unveil a new executive order on travel to the u.s. the revised version follows several rejections of prior orders that set off protests across the country a overseas. it will apply toiand libya. retn syrian refuse a more from atto at t thetor of apparatus candidate or against hist allegation madeed. >> reporter: susan it didn't comment abbey allowed us to do our work. >> reporter: a spokesperson for the former president said neither president obama or any one ever ordered surveillance on any u.s. citizen any suggestion
otherwise is false. lana zack abc washington. a driver is in the hospital after this crash in south jersey, a car ran off the road into the woods along turnerville road near ski mountain drive in gloucester township. the driver is in stable condition. it is not clear what led to the crash. a gunman opened fire in southwest philadelphia killing a man and wounding a 14-year-old boy. it happened along the 8100 block of lion's avenue. police say the two victims were sitting in a car when the killer fired the shots. the 20-year-old was shot twice under his arm and later died. the 14-year-old was shot in the face. he is in critical condition. we'll have a live report in the next half-hour. penn state is reporting more much cases on -- mumps cases on its campus up from 4 cases a month ago.
dozens expect they were sick, but do not have the contagious disease. mumps is passed through saliva and respiratory north korea fired new ballistic tests, the firing shows north korea is a new kind of threat. changes are coming to the airport security. tsa said the pat-downs will be more theory after department of homeland study that found some tsa agents did not find hidden weapons during a pat down test. they have five options for path down travelers -- pathing -- pathing down.
a familiar doctor goes on trial for medicare trial. they are off. the iditarod sled race begins today with two changes. >> reporter: it is cold, 26 degrees by 6:00 a.m. 28 degrees by 8:00 a.m. mainly clear, this afternoon it will get milder, you ease back n the gear, maybe ditch the winter coat for after-school activities. i'll be back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, getting milder today and tomorrow. >> the iditarod dog sled race
through the wilderness. yea of lack b things bridge. se, running out of the r in. up w a high o bad, e go into the evening improve tbrg -- from that. future tracker 6 shows the that moves awaa.m., clouds,ld we'll call owe shower or of snow that might brg where we lose the hour of wintre enjoy money to protect religious centers because of the threats targeting jewish sites nationwide. katherine scott is live of recent bomb threats, robert menendez spoke out about recent acts of
antisemitism. he spoke of the bomb threats and did he say -- desecration of hundreds of headstones in philadelphia cemetary. he said it's up to to stand together and speare sittin city hall or the white house, we must speak out against hatred in all its form. >> i'm appalled about the hatred expressed throughout the community. efforts in the threats. 2:00 p. he was shot muslims, list,cme you see is a n e you had a
buildings collapsed in a cloud of dust. the building went up in 1965 hailed as the best archival building in the country. they plan to use the old state supreme court building. hugh jackman, logan took in $85 million. that beat expectations as the film had the best box office debut of the year so far. get out fell to second. wall street closed up slightly past the 21,000 mark on the dow. futures are pointing to losses. pope francis has called on catholics to spend less time on their smart phones addressing a
packed st. peter's square the pontiff said to value the bible as much, if not more. he uses the social media, but you rarely see him looking down on his smart phone during his homily not like he is addicted. >> he's been talking about this a lot. local nurses hit the big picture line we'll bring you a live report on a double shooting in philadelphia that left a man dead and teenager wounded. facebook pictures that the department of defense is now investigating.
>> happening today the medicare fraud trial of a florida eye doctor who is connected to a new jersey senator's corruption case is set to begin. he charged with stealing from the medicare program between 2004 and 201. he faces a bribery trial this fall with bob menendez. prosecutors claim menendez accepted gifts from m. he lgen for political influence. a group of marines shared nude photos of female colleagues. the naval criminal investigative
service launched an investigation. not even a terminal illness could stop a 1-year-old -- 12-year-old boy from going down the side of a mountain. a group provided special equipment to he go safely down the mountain to ski. >> the whole experience is fun, it's greater that everybody could be next to me. >> frank's boy scout troupe made the ski trip possible. >> 4:57 a.m. faring claims his children had to be hospitalized after drinking juice, he said it happened at a lancaster county restaurant. >> gunfire erupts in southwest philadelphia, a man is killed a
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5:00 a.m., monday, march 6. here's what's happening. >> gunfire erupts in southwest philadelphia targeting two people sitting in a car, a man is dead a teenager is seriously wounded. nearly 400 nurses are refusing to show up for work in a delaware county memorial hospital. we'll tell you why they are
sitting on the pick line. let's take a look at weather and traffic and go over to david murphy, he's got at least a warmup tick today, we'll look forward to that. matt pellman is in in for karen rogers. >> reporter: good morning, everyone we'll see sunshine early, the cloud cover 0 north and west of philadelphia. once the sun
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