tv Action News at 600 AM ABC April 17, 2017 6:00am-7:00am EDT
>> good morning, everyone, 6:00 a.m., monday, april 17. tam is off, nydia han joins us. >> we're following breaking news, gunfire claims another life after a violent weekend across philadelphia. >> police in delaware are looking for the gunman who shot a 15-year-old boy. taking a live look from sky6 live hd center city skyline there. looks like a nice day, but we're tracking showers this morning, so keep your umbrellas handy. >> go to accuweather and traffic preview right now with david murphy and karen rogers, good morning. >> reporter: i think i detect a little drizzle drop on the terrace this morning. storm tracker 6 live double scan you can see there are showers to the west and maybe a little drizzle falling from the clouds
moving in overhead right now in philadelphia. i think the main shower activity, though, is going to hold off for a while. later this morning we'll see that pop through. there's an additional shower up to the north. that is aiming on allentown. most of the stuff fairly light. as we look at the west. there are additional showers south of pittsburgh and looks like some of that will cruise in later in the morning and early afternoon. eventually later today we hope to get on the other side of that and return sunshine into play. 65 in philadelphia. 57 in allentown. all these very nice numbers, we're not looking at much wind this morning. fairly comfortable as you step outside. as we roll through the afternoon won't be as mild as easter sunday when you got up in the 80s we're looking at a high of 74 at 4:00 p.m. the pollen count is running high the next several days, keep that in mind allergy sufferers. temperatures going up and down
as we roll through the workweek. i'll have more on that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: let's hit the roads on monday morning and see whose out and about. looking live northeast philadelphia, i-95 academy road southbound traffic heading toward center city. a touch of building volume. we'll see how many people are working on this easter monday. right now we're looking at light volume. on the boulevard in the outer drive we have a disabled vehicle pushed off to the side at route 63 woodhaven road. you see the area of yellow in the outer drive as people check out the disabled vehicle. on the big picture, no problems, blue route, schuylkill expressway, i-95, speeds in the upper 40s and 50s at this point. no construction on the vine. very light traffic heading toward the schuylkill expressway. building volume in spots. this is a live look in new jersey, 295 in cherry hill route 70 you can see the traffic here moving just fine, matt. >> thank you, karen.
breaking right now, the action cam is live at a fire scene in south jersey, this broke out at the home of the 100 block of chestnut avenue in woodland, camden county. firefighters found the flames shooting from the second floor upon arrival 30 minutes ago. it spread to all three floors of the home. looks like everything is under control right now. additional firefighters were called to the scene to help. no word on any injuries or how the fire started. breaking, a gunman shot a man in southwest philadelphia. the victim staggered out into the street and collapsed and later died. the early morning murder capped a violent week in the city. jeanette reyes is live at police headquarters with the latest. >> reporter: well, matt, philadelphia police have their work cut out for them as they investigate 15 shootings that happened over the weekend. the violence only continued into this morning with two additional shootings, one of the victims is
dead. just hours ago, police say a 27-year-old man was shot once in the chest in southwest philadelphia along the 2200 block of felton street. the man stumped into -- stumbled into the intersection of 62nd and woodlands avenue. he died at the scene. temple hospital notified police of two men and women who arrived in a private vehicle suffering from gunshot wounds, officers were told that an unknown man shot them after a confrontation. all are in stable condition. this morning's shootings come as police investigate 15 others two of which ended with a person dead over the weekend. both victims were in their 20s and died at the scene. their killers are on the loose. this map shows the shootings took place across the city, handguns were used in each case. no arrests have been made. >> well we've had numerous
shootings over the weekend. you know, summertime, summertime is coming, warm weather today, you know, we get shootings that peak and valley in the warm weather, but we have, you know we have enough police out here to respond to any of these assignments. >> reporter: in just a matter of days we're talking about 3 homicide. the number of homicide is up compared to last year, 13%. police commissioner richard ross said this is the result of a deadly combination of guns, violence and lack of conflict resolution skills. reporting live at police headquarters, channel 6 "action news" jeanette reyes. >> police are searching for a gunman who shot a 15-year-old boy. it happened on south penn well drive in edgemore. 911 calls led officers to the scene where they found him shot in the stomach.
he was rushed to christiana hospital in critical condition. no arrests were made and no word on what sparked a shooting. firefighters pulled a person from a fast-moving house fire in montgomery county. this is flames and smoke shooting from the sky in the upper moreland home. it broke out on besser lane yesterday evening. the victim was rushed to abington hospital. there is nose word on their condition or who -- no word on the condition or what sparked the blaze. there are 110 active fires covering 120,000 acres from georgia to miami dade county. on tuesday, the governor declared a state of emergency which remains in effect. their teangs is focused -- their attention is focus the on two fires in central florida. dramatic video, cincinnati, ohio was hit with severe thunderstorms rain and hail. floodwaters reached over 6 feet
high. ohio got almost 3 inches of rain and windy gusts up to 40 miles per hour. meteorologists warned about the storm in southeastern ohio and indiana and kentucky. >> maribel aber is live at the nasdaq with the market watch report. hi maribel. >> delta customers have a bigger incentive to give up their seats. supervise can offer up to ten thousand dollars to giving up their seats. they were only ain't to offer up 1,350. gate agents can offer more. stock fell thursday despite strong earnings from finance. reports on weekly jobless claims
are due out this week. apple ipad owners could have their apple upgraded to air ii. minor service issues won't warrant the switch. it's available at apple stores and authorized service providers. have a great week, guys. >> i can't get over the ten thousand dollars. >> someone would take that. >> reporter: you could make a career out of it. >> here i made 120,000, man. storm tracker 6 live double scan, we're looking at dry conditions across the region. a sprinkle or drizzle is possible in and around areas you don't see the green. obviously there are active showers around baltimore they are pushing east toward gettysburg and northern berks county and pushing toward allentown, most of the light nuisance stuff a little heavier cell north of baltimore, we'll be in for that later in the
morning commute. as we look outside, we have, sky6 live hd early sunshine mixing with the clouds, but the clouds are sweeping in from the west. they will be with us for a while this morning. 65 degrees currently in philadelphia. so at least it's mild as you step outside. 57 in allentown. 66 in trenton. 66 in wilmington. 61 degrees in cape may. satellite and radar shows you that initial shower activity just to our west, and additional showers out by pittsburgh that will probably also make a run at us later today. future tracker 6 shows us in the morning we have a little sprinkle or shower, and by 10:00 a.m., or 11:00 a.m. there's a better chance of pronounced shower activity coming in. looks like pretty quickly in the afternoon that gets down to the shore. by 3:00 p.m. there's a chance it's down along the coast. at the same time we'll be looking for brightening skies later in the day. up in allentown, clouds eventually giving way to sun, a mild afternoon. not much chance of a shower up north after the morning batch
you see this morning, but it's something to keep in mind, 73 the mild high. at the shore, 72 clouds and sun, spotty showers also possible. in philadelphia, clouds eventually giving way to sun, a spotty shower can't be ruled out part of the day could be wet. 74 degrees is the high. it gets breezy later on. clearing and cooler overnight with a low of 49 degrees in philadelphia. some suburbs in the low 40s. information that's where we'll be in allentown and reading. 7:00 a.m., philadelphia in the upper 40s in all likelihood. as we go through the afternoon looks like a good looking day, partly to mostly sunny skies, obviously cooler with highs in the ranch stopping in the 60s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 74 enjoy it today. clouds mixing with sunny breaks, at times a shower is possible. tomorrow, 65 degrees we'll call it partly sunny, cooler, but nice. down to 62 for the high on wednesday, mostly cloudy late-day shower or sprinkle possible.
thursday, warmer, high of 75 degrees there's a chance of a shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon. clouds and sun on friday, 69 degrees, if we see a shower it's very spotty. saturday it's dry, but cool 62 degrees, mostly cloudy skies, the union play at 1:00 p.m., a decent day for soccer, 64 spotty shower sunday. >> panic and chaos at coney island. we'll tell you what caused several people to be injured in a stampede. >> a bloody brawl erupts inside a store. >> reporter: this is 422 eastbound traffic heading toward oaks. we have building volume here. we have problems in new jersey, i'll give you the details coming up.
streaked across the skies as we take a live look at sky6 live hd camden, new jersey that a bird or a plane? looks like it might be a plane. >> reporter: is it a bird or a plane or superman. >> i saw it flapping. >> the colors of the skies match your beautiful blouse, karen. >> way to change the topic. >> reporter: she is trying to move on from you, matt, that's how this is working. let's look outside live at the boulevard on 9th street. no major delay on the boulevard
at 9th street looking good near woodland avenue we have a disabled vehicle off to the side. 9th street traffic is moving nicely. new field accident in cumberland county involving an overturned tractor-trailer, north delsea drive route 47 near grub road. stick to 55 or harding highway. a fire location popped up in woodland and camden county chestnut avenue at ferry avenue fire department on the scene there. 42 northbound coming up from deptford or turnersville, building volume, but no problems out there. good shot of the roads, they are dry. storm tracker 6 live double scan, we can see not exactly dry everywhere. we have showers out to the west at this point. watching for the chance of showers moving in with clouds and sunshine. it won't spoil the day too much. 65 degrees in philadelphia. 57 in allentown and 65 in
millville. after a very mild day yesterday, still staying above average with the high of 74 watch for that spotty shower, matt. >> let's get an update on the fire scene in south jersey. chopper 6 hd has arrive at the scene, you can still see smoke pouring from this three story home on the 100 block of chestnut avenue in woodland, camden county. this broke out 45 minutes ago. at first the fire seemed to be coming from the second floor, but spread throughout the entire stuck -- structure. chopper 6 hd showing that it is still going. does look like it is under control right now. breaking a doorway mixup may have led to an overnight shooting of two detroit police officers one is in critical condition. the officers were investigating an attempted break-in at a home when someone fired through the door. one officer was hit in the face, the other in the arm.
authorities say the homeowner may have mistaken them the officers for intruders. police say false reports of gunshots being fired at coney island amusement park set off a stampede of people. nypd had extra police presence. several were treated for minor injuries. authorities insist no shots were fired. this comes two days after a report of a gun going off at manhattan penn station. a brawl inside a walmart in california sent a person to the hospital and another to jail. this is cell phone video taken by a shopper. witnesses say two women were arguing before fists flew, their husband jumped in one was knocked unconscious and suffered serious injuries, another man was arrested and charged with battery. >> 6:17 a.m. today's tip answers the question
how much sun exposure is right for you. it was an unforgettable easter home coming. >> in tech bytes, apple has a permit to test self driving cars. apple joins 30 other companies in the race to build self driving vehicles. software tests will begin soon. google is offering fashion tips to help you pick out the perfect outfit. there's a feature called style ideas when you use a mobile app to look at thing like dresses or shirts you'll get a bunch of images how the item can be worn. >> drones are predicting swimmers from sharks, they spot sharks under water allowing them to warn swimmers.
it alerts those who might be swimming near sharks. those are tech bytes. if you've tried every pill on the shelf to treat your tough nasal allergies... ...listen up. unlike pills that don't treat congestion, clarispray covers 100 percent of your nasal allergy symptoms. clarispray. from the makers of claritin.
nurse ali gorman this is "action news" health tip. sunshine helps the body build vitamin d. the strict is getting enough without getting too much sun exposure. you only need to expose your skin for half the time it takes to tan or burn. i'm fair, so i only need ten minutes of sunshine to get my vitamin d. darker skin tones will need a little bit more. and you can talk to your healthcare provider to get tips.
>> reporter: let's look outside, and see what's happening here on the schuylkill expressway, this is westbound traffic we've been wondering if people would be working today him we're seeing a jam right here, westbound at city avenue. overall it's an easy 14 minute ride between the blue route and the vine. let's check mass transit, we had problems with the route 11 trolley that's running back to normal now, everything is good to go with mass transit. >> reporter: you might have drizzle drops on your windshield, but out by getties you agree there are more showers -- gettysburg and there are more light showers, this afternoon it will be shorts and ts weather. there could spotty showers that could survive in the afternoon in south jersey and delaware, by
3:00 p.m., most of us looking good, 73 at 3:00 p.m., 74 at 4:00 p.m. that's the high. >> the phillies in the last place in the nl east. washington nationals had a walk off homer to beat the phillies 6-4. phillies lost five of their last 6 face the mets on the road tomorrow. vanessa: i got hurt and was given painkillers. by the time the drugs ran out, i was addicted.
it happened so fast. i ended up on the streets, where the drugs are cheaper and easier to get. i was a full blown heroin addict, selling my soul to get high. when i realized i needed help i didn't know where to go. but i got help and you can too. you're not alone. help is within reach. call 844 reach nj or visit reachnj.gov. the road to recovery starts now.
>> 6:25 a.m., good morning everyone, still doing the construction at love park. we have sun up here, 65 degrees, getting up to 73 today. not as warm as yesterday, but a decent high. >> a great story to start your workweek, a military member used his favorite football team to surprises family on easter. he is a big nebraska football fan, he suited up as a corn husker for the spring football game while his family served as honorary team captain. right before the team flip take a look at this, he took offs helmet and it was a huge surprise. >> it was a nightmare when we found out about we had five days to get me home. >> it took staff sergeant hawk five flights and 27 hours to get from afghanistan to nebraska he said it was all worth for a
holiday weekend with his wife and 6 children. >> that was something to pull off. >> thousands of children are heading to the white house for the annual easter egg roll. the trump administration egg roll may be low key, 21,000 guests are expected to join the family. 18,000 commemorative eggs were ordered. it roll dates back to 1888 started by rutherford b. hayes. >> united airlines is trying to win back customers. >> police in pennsylvania are on alert as they hunt for this van who video taped a killing of a stranger and posted it to facebook. hey allergy muddlers
fourth person has died from weekend violence that expand across the city of philadelphia and carried into the workweek. >> plus developing right now a massive manhunt is underway for the man accused of killing a random stranger and posting the video on facebook. >> chopper 6 hd was over breaking news, firefighters are putting out flames at a home in south jersey. good morning, everyone, monday, april 17. tam is off, nydia han joins us. >> we have dave and karen, good morning guys. >> reporter: good morning, cloud cover in the region, we have sprinkle and shower activity pushing in from the west. and showers out by pittsburgh could last into the afternoon. 65 currently if philadelphia. most areas dry and feeling good out here. 57 in allentown. 66 in wilmington and 61 in cape may. as we roll through the afternoon it's going to be mild, 63 degrees by 7:00 a.m.
69 by noon, 73 by # p.m., high of 74 around 4:00 p.m. we'll be holding on to 07 by 7:00 p.m. again, showers or possible off and on through the morning and the mid afternoon hours, i think the afternoon rain slides into south jersey and heads off to shore. the pollen forecast is running high, today, tuesday and wednesday, medium high on thursday, allergy medications is good idea for allergy sufferers straight through the workweek. karen when i step inside, temperatures are going up and down a little bit as we head into the weekend. i'll have the details coming up. >> reporter: you have a lot of traffic there. >> reporter: i have a jam at i-95. southbound at girard, penndot is rushing to the scene with the flashing lights currently blocking the right lane and creating a jam on i-95 southbound, the usual place you're starting to scram, with a
lane blocked it's extra heavy extra fast i-95 southbound at girard. starting to back up on the vine street expressway, as well. westbound traffic jammed as you head toward the schuylkill expressway. watch for jammed traffic on the vine westbound heading toward the schuylkill expressway. eastbound light volume, at this point. not looking too bad in voorhees, camden county, new jersey, route 73 at cooper road. we're getting busy, the image froze, but traffic moving there. a little bit busy at cooper road. fire location in camden county chestnut avenue at ferry avenue. watch for crews on the scene. an accident involving a tractor-trailer has northbound delsea drive, route 47 shut down at grub street and bridge road. stick to 55 or harding highway to get around it. nydia. >> thank you. new this morning, camden police are trying to identify the person who was found dead along the delaware river. the body was discovered last
night near the adventure aquarium. two people walking along the river discovered the remains floating along the banks. it is not known if the victim is male or female or how the person died. a quick-moving fire damaged four row homes in morrisville, bucks county. when firefighters arrived flames were shooting from the home on park avenue. two homes were vacant and up for sale. fire officials are trying to figure out how the blaze started. the search continues for the man who video taped the execution of an apparent stranger and posted it on facebook. police in cleveland are warning people in pennsylvania, detroit and indiana to be on alert for steve stevens. it shows him stopping robert goodwin yesterday and engaging him in a conversation and shooting him from pointblank range. the victim's family is
astounded. >> i don't know what i am going to do. it's not real. [inaudible]. >> police believe stevens did not know the victim and picked someone to kill at random. in the video stevens claims to have killed other people. police have not verified in any other shootings. he should be considered armed and dangerous. fbi is asking in the investigation. police oh, oh, fbi is assisting in the investigation. police in upper darby arrested caleb douglass who was riding a dirt bike through philadelphia on saturday. he crossed into upper darby and that's where police say he ran down a woman and child. he carjacked a vehicle and took off. douglass was injured during the crash. he was arraigned at crozer-chester hospital where's being treated. the trial continues for the man charged in the fatal ambush at a state police barracks.
prosecutors could rest their case against eric frein this week. he is charge with killing corporal brian dixon and wounding another. he spent 48 days on the run before capture by u.s. marshals. >> today is the final day to register for pennsylvania voters if they want to participate in the may primary. two city ballots questions are up for a vote. >> 6:35 a.m., a few showers, right? >> reporter: yeah, most of them to the west right now, storm tracker 6 live down scan shows you there's a little green in the western suburbs and as we take that two dimensional view there's a bit of a light sprinkle dieing away in the center of the chester county. more in lancaster county, speckled precipitation in berks county at this point. allentown and areas south, souderton picking up a little bit more of that. more showers across the
susquehanna river and gettysburg and we'll get damp this morning. there's breaks in the clouds over center city in the sky6 live hd temple university cameras. 65 in the city. winds out of the south at 7 miles per hour. the cooler spots up in the lehigh valley are in the mid 50s which is not bad for this time of year and this time of morning. there's the satellite and radar wide view, again the early shower activity looks like having difficult pushing all the way in right now. there are more pronounced showers all the way out boy pittsburgh, though, it does look like we'll get the spotty stuff in through the morning and perhaps into the early afternoon and then it will slide down closer to the shore. future tracker 6 is going to show this to you between now and 11:00 a.m. you can see how odds and ends sprinkles and showers come through. a more pronounced batch by
11:00 a.m. early afternoon down by the coast. we'll see breaks in the clouds and sunshine later today. 66 by 10:00 a.m. up close to 70 by noon, high of 74 around 3:30 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. clouds and sun. 74 is the high in philadelphia. we're looking at low to mid 70s in trenton, allentown, reading, wilmington, philadelphia, millville, dover. down the shore you're closer to 70 degrees for the high today. overnight tonight we clear out, the winds die down a little bit and we wind up with cooler morning lows. we'll be beyond 48 or so in philadelphia. tomorrow afternoon only in the 60s, a bit of a change coming over the next 24 hours. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 74 is the high, clouds and sun, showers mainly in the morning, a few could linger in south jersey and delaware into the afternoon partly sunny and cooler tomorrow. high of 65. only 62 on the thermometer on wednesday, mostly cloudy skies and late-day shower possible.
thursday, warm front comes past us, 75 showers and thunderstorms possible in the afternoon. friday, clouds and sun, breezy, 69. shower possible. saturday looks dry, 62 mostly cloudy skies, the union play at 1:00 p.m., nice day for soccer, 64 on sunday, spotty shower there. >> i'm glad we're not in the 80s. >> they will come eventually right? 6:38 a.m. the bank robbery that netted nothing, the crook cause the a mess trying to steal cash from the bank. see how they shattered a store front. >> thousands of runners take part in the boston marathon. see how police are going hitech to keep them safe. >> reporter: building volume on the schuylkill expressway, that's the eastbound traffic at gladwyn heading toward center city starting to slow down right there. we'll check i-95 and the jam with the disabled vehicle coming up.
>> welcome back on this monday, a nice picture here, via sky6 live hd of the commodore barry bridge. it is now 6:41 a.m., 65 degrees, the temperature taking a bit of a tumble from yesterday. we'll be in the 60s this week. >> let's see how many people are go to work today, karen. >> reporter: we were not sure how many people had off on this easter monday. we're seeing delays kick in. this is i-95 southbound at girard, we had a disabled vehicle blocking the right lane, it cleared. quickly we're seeing the travel time grow, 25 minute ride on i-95 southbound.
i-95 southbound all lanes back open after the disabled vehicle cleared blocking a lane at girard. it's pretty heavy there. on the boulevard extension southbound traffic heading toward the schuylkill expressway. the boulevard is moving nicely now, southbound. we have construction in west chester blocking all lanes in both directions on 926 between pa road and creek road. for the most part the schuylkill expressway is moving, 29 miles per hour heading eastbound near girard, 37 near belmont. not as jammed as it would be but people are up and getting to work. let's hop into new jersey, 42 northbound traffic come coming up from deptford and
turnersville. there's showers out here, it has not hit lancaster just yet. in reading, the showers starting. the bulk of the activity near harrisburg. it's mild, 65 degrees right now in philadelphia. heading up to the 70s today matt. >> this is surveillance video of a stolen flat bed tow truck being used in a bank robbery in southern california. the truck crashed into the glass front entrance leaving a mess behind. soon after the robbers emerge. police do not know if they were attempting to steal the atm machine, but oddly enough no money was missing. in a few hours it will be the 121st marathon. this will mark 4 careers since the deadly marathon bombing. police are using drones that will feedback real time video to police on the ground. more than 32,000 people are taking part in the this year's
marathon. unite airlines continues to make changes -- united airlines continues to make changes after the passenger was forcibly removed from a flight last week. they are changing how they give staff seats on a passenger flight. the airline said crew members will be allocated seats an hour before departure. united said the move is aimed at improving customer service. vets had to treat a dog for alcohol poisoning. the owner is under arrest. prince harry is opening up about his mother's death and says he got help more than a decade later.
person has indicted from an outburst of violence across the city of philadelphia that began over the weekend. separate shootings numbered in the double digits. jeanette reyes has the latest information and joins us live from the homicide scene in the kensington neighborhood. jennette. >> reporter: matt we were talking an hour ago about the violent week in the overnight hours, now, less than an hour ago, another fatal shooting,
take a live look along the 600 block of clementine road in kensington, far in the distance they have several takes -- tapet up, a man shot in the head and two suspects ran off. hours ago police say 27-year-old man was shot in the chest in southwest philadelphia along the 2200 block of felton street. the man was pronounced at the scene. another shooting in feltonville section. temple hospital alerted police a man and would women arrived in a private vehicle suffering from gunshots wound. an unknown man shot them in a confrontation. all are in stable condition. this morning shootings come as police investigate 15 others, two of which ended with a person dead. both victims were in their 20s and died at the scene. their killers are still on the
loose. this map shows the shootings took place all across the city, handguns were used in each case. no arrests have been made. and, again, we're talking about four death totals, two over the weekend, two this morning alone. the homicide count is up compared to this time last year, 13%, commissioner ross said this is the deadly combination of guns, poverty and lack of problem solving skills. jennifer joyce channel 6 "action news." >> time for a preview of "good morning america." >> robin roberts epps -- joins us live at a look as at what's coming up. another alarming story about the guy who killed someone and put him on facebook. >> reporter: you got that right, matt, urgent multistate manhunt for the cleveland suspect accused of murdering an elderly man and posting it on facebook.
as he claimed to have other multiple homicide. latest on the tense situation with north north koree pence 200 feet from the north korean border announcing all options are on the table. april the giraffe has given birth to a healthy calf. now with millions awaiting the name of the little one we're live exclusively in the zoo this morning. another full house this monday morning. we have jennifer hudson and an hathoway and craig robertson all here live on "g.m.a." >> quite a morning. >> reporter: yeah, nydia. >> see you in a bit. >> reporter: schuylkill expressway westbound at girard a
disabled vehicle off to the side. it's eastbound that is extra heavy. 23 minute ride from the blue route to the vine. not the normal jam on the schuylkill expressway, but more volume than friday. it's jammed on the vine westbound as you head toward the schuylkill expressway. give yourself extra time as you head out. >> reporter: most of us are dry currently but you can see showers coming in from the west, a few light sprinkles coming into chester county. if you have your kids heading out to the door to the bus stop in chester county or berks county arm them with an umbrella or keep them on this as you head through the next hour or so. looks like they will come in. we're dressing the kids in general with a light jacket, temperatures in the 60s. 64 degrees by 7:00 a.m. 69 by noon, spotty showers possible in threw here. #3:00 p.m., brightening up a bit.
74 degrees by 4:00 p.m. 70 degrees by 7:00 p.m. less rain in the afternoon. >> britain prince harry is opening up about the grief he experienced after his mother was killed. in an interview he revealed he sought counseling four years ago. he said the loss of his mother to such a young age led to a period of total chaos. the princess of wales died in 1997. he did his interview to promote his mental health charity. >> a chihuahua is recovering from drinking spilled vodka. officer found maxwell in the car with his owner in bethel on friday. he said the owner spilled alcohol in the car and maxwell lapped it up. he was arrested and charged with dui and animal cruelty.
down the man who computed an apparent stranger in cleveland and posted it on facebook. police are warning people in pennsylvania, new york and indiana to be on the alert. chopper 6 hd was over the scene of a house fire in woodland, camden county. chestnut avenue, firefighters found flames shooting from the second floor of the structure. it quickly spread throughout. no word on injuries so far. >> reporter: we have a disabled vehicle i-95 southbound at girard, police and penndot on the scene. they have the arrow board set up, i-95 southbound at girard, a 26 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine. penndot is pulling away, but the disabled vehicle is stuck there. storm tracker 6 live double scan showing you showers pushing in from the west, you might have a sprinkle on the windshield right now, but more pronounced showers, moving in slowly from the west.
good morning erk america. breaking news. urgent man wherein hunt. a murderer on the run after killing a man in cold blood. and posting the video on facebook. >> i'm about to kill this guy right here. he's an old dude. >> the killer claiming he has many more victims. at least five states on alert. tnkss rising with north key kra. vice president pence on the border this morning. >> the era of strategic patience is over. >> did american hackers cause the missile to fail? can we avoid a military showdown? prince harry's incredibly personal and powerful interview. revealing his decades-long struggle over the death of his mother. >> if probably been close to a