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counsel robert muller were filed today as part of the on going investigation of russian interference in the election. >> a former campaign worker of president trump pled guilty of lying to fbi agents. george papadopoulos pled guilty about his interactions with foreign nationals. in the meantime, paul manafort and former business associate rick gates surrendered to federal authorities today and they are facing charges in muller's investigation. they are expected in court this afternoon. are there any ties between mr. trump you or your campaign and putin and his regime. >> there are not. it's absurd there's no basis to it. >> president trump responded to the charges on twitter this morning saying this was years ago and there is no conspiracy.
abc news will air a special report related to the case this afternoon, look for that around 1:30. go to 6abc.com for the latest on the muller investigation and the charges against paul manafort and rick gates. there you can read the full text of the indictment. an armed robbery suspect was shot in the parking garage of the king of prussia mall yesterday giving shoppers a scare. police say he may be connected to a car scwaking -- carjacking in delaware. bob brooks is live outside the mall with more. bob. >> reporter: sarah according to police the suspect had pretty much been on a crime spree from here to king of prussia all the way down to delaware. yesterday in the parking garage behind me it came to an ends. it was an unfortunate weekend of crime at the king of prussia after an alleged armed robbery suspect was shot by upper merion township police. the shoppers feel uneasy. >> it's scary, it's been a safe
area, i grew up around here. >> reporter: most are confident in security and this was an isolated incident. >> i've been coming here for years, i felt safe here, my kids come here. >> reporter: yesterday around 4:00 p.m. in the parking garage police say they spotted the same man were wanted for an armed roy at the mall on saturday. when officer went i to make an arrest they were attacked and forced to fire. >> he was attempting to ram two police cars and attempting to run down officers on foot. >> reporter: the suspect has not been identified. he was rushed to paoli hospital after being shot. upper merion police say it was the same man on saturday that jumped in the back seat of a woman's car and put a gun to her head and demanded her purse. mey believe he is the man wanted for additional armed rob delaware, in one case it was a carjacking of an 87-year-old
man. according to the new castle police website a few days ago a man was carjacked in wilmington and had his car stolen. yesterday at the mall, police recovered the stolen maroon suv. there was a 9-millimeter handgun found inside, as well. again at this point the identity of the suspect has not been released yet. that will happen and brought by the montgomery county d.a.'s office soorns former charges are -- as soon as farmer charges are brought against the suspect. bob brooks channel 6 "action news." >> turning to the forecast, now, the rain has moved out, but we're left with windy and much chillier conditions. all the rain we had yesterday and overnight left roads flooded across the region. this was the scene in new castle delaware this morning. the suv stalled in the high water airport road and mcarthur drive. live look sky6 live hd showing you the ben franklin bridge.
a pretty picture, the sun is out, it's shining now. accuweather says it will be chilly for the next few days, you'll be wearing a jacket i would guess. david murphy outside with the details. >> reporter: i happen to have a suit jacket on, sarah. it's nice and bright and we have breezes blowing around it's a cool day. let's start you out with satellite. you can see the system spinning past last night. one batch of rain in the morning rush hour that's gone. the clouds are thinning out and we have lots of blue i don't needing across the region. 5 degrees in philadelphia. 5 in wilmington. 53 in allentown. 53 in reading, and 54 in trenton and 54 in cape may. the numbers are liable to settle for a bit. we'll get up to 56 for the high. 22 miles per hour wind speeds these are sustained winds across the region.
they were stronger when we went on the air this morning. they are beginning to ease, but every now and then you could get a gust from 30 to 35 miles per hour. that will be before winds ease. the model is going for 56 it's holding steady on that between and 4:00 p.m. we dip a little bit going down to the mid 40s by tomorrow morning. the temperature, 56 degrees, the average high 62. we were above average for most of october, but not so today by a long shot. halloween is sunny and dry, but chilly. i'll have the details coming up from accuweather. >> we'll he back inside, thank you. the same system that hit us hard yesterday wreaked havoc across the northeast. many people were left cleaning up from the damaging winds and rain. we have more from new york.
>> reporter: flash flooding, hurricane force winds torrential rain. >> it's torrential raining but with the rate of the rain that's coming down we have not been able to keep up with us. >> reporter: a severe storm that came up the east coast left hundreds of thousands without power. high winds toppled trees and downed power lines. at the height more than 1.2 million people were in the dark. in rhode island, the gale was so strong be the ceiling tiles almost give way. heavy rain turning into flash floods in new jersey. this mother and son was rescued by boat. >> it started rising. i got in the back and it started to flow out of the car. >> reporter: another driver narrowly escaping rapidly rising waters after his car was submerged climbing out of the drivers side window. >> i put the window down and got out.
>> reporter: flash flood warns remain in effect in new hampshire after seeing rivers rise 8 to ten feet. 200 flights canceled and 100 delays reported. the storm merged with a tropical storm over the weekend spawning tornadoes that community left cleaning up. the worst of the storm is over in the northeast. behind the system is dramatically colder air, we saw a preview of it over the weekend with temperatures in texas in the southeast reaching just above freezing. >> police in belmawr camden county is looking for a bank robber accused of robbing the t deferment bank on the black horse pike around 2:00 p.m. the suspect seen in the surveillance photos ask believed to be in the mid 40 os -- 40s to the mid 50s.
the man did not show any weapons. if you have any information you are urged to call belmawr police. the eagles they have won 6 straight games giving them an nfl leading record of 7-1 today. quarterback carson wentz tossed two touchdown passes and mills had pick 6 as they beat the winless 49ers 33-10 at the linc. wentz was sacked three times, leaving many saying the offensive line needs work. coach peterson spoke in south philadelphia a short time ago, here's what he said. >> we held up okay, there were couple of times up front the game got us. it's great to see because we can work on it and be ready down the road. >> the birds host the denver broncos this coming sunday, game time 1:00 p.m. a side impact school bus demonstration shows us what
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children they called for seat belts. ntsb said ashleigh ashleigh -- r than children riding in cars. >> if there could be seat belts on the school buses it would improve protection for students. >> reporter: but there is no federal requirement. only 6 states mandate seat belts. the transportation agency which set regulations declined an interview and says while not requiring belts it is working with local jurisdictions to advice on seat belt cost and after they are installed to make sure they are used properly. chip and joanna gains helping victims from hurricane harvey repair homes.
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a beautiful picture from temple university, top morgan hall looking down south street. when you look up, it's not as cloudy, sun an clouds conditions overnight. for halloween it will be sunny and cool and brisk, not as windy as today in general, but chilly. later in the week, milder air comes back. what else is new this autumn. winds are 22 miles per hour the gusts up to 0 miles per hour. you see the rain on radar pinwheeling away from us, now we see the clouds thinning out, this one little batch out of philadelphia currently we may transition to less cloud cover later on. this morning we had gusts anywhere between 40 and 50 miles per hour. now things are beginning to ease
down a little bit. current gust profile is in the low 30s, 36 out in reading and 40 at the airport in atlantic city. generally these numbers will subside or drop a little bit anyway between now and dinnertime. it won't be as breezy later tonight. 56 in and chilly philadelphia. 57 in wilmington, some spots you have on the thermometer is close to what the high will be, we don't expect the numbers to move all that much. we have strong winds out of the west and grabbing on to cooler air out there and bringing it in. 57 degrees in allentown, 58 in cape may. the numbers the rest of the way, 5 degrees by 2:00 p.m. probably up to 56 for the high around 3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m., sun is down, 52 degrees temperature begins to dip. 10:00 i'm thinking about 49 in philadelphia. it will probably go on down to the mid 40s for an overnighter low. halloween, we start out chilly, by 10:00 a.m., it will be bright
and sunny for the halloween parade. make sure everybody is dressed for a breezy cool morning. 6:00 a.m., 56 degrees coming down from a high of 58. 9:00 p.m., 50 degrees that's about how the temperatures will fall a little bit of a moderate to light wind around, too, chilly conditions, in the suburbs 3 to 4 degrees cooler than those numbers. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 56 is the high, windy and chilly. tomorrow, halloween, sunny and cool, 58 degrees a little bit brisk winds overall not as strong as they are today. and then sun and clouds on wednesday, we're stuck in the cool air mass with a high of 55 degrees there could be a shower around at night as the warm front starts to pop through. thursday, clouds and sun, 68 warmer beneath the front. a hour in the morning giving way to drying in the afternoon. friday, breezy and milder high up to 72 degrees, that's ahead of a fronts coming through that
could trigger another shower later in the day or at night. the weekend lots going on. 64 degrees, cloudy on saturday, showers here and there, remember to fall back one hour on the clocks when you go to bad saturday night. it's that time of the year we gain an hour of sleep it's the good one. after that, 65 degrees, for all you season holder, for the eagles who suffered through damp conditions on sunday, looks like next week is better. >> at least they won. can you imagine going to the game -- no. >> topping the people scene there was a costume party in loss advantage loss, hundreds of artist and vendors and hundreds of thousands of fans filled the l.a. center it is the 7th career of comic-con. >> back here the philadelphia museum of art contemporary craft show is making a return to the convention center.
karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: this is the 41st year for the craft show it's not only one of the most prestigious in the nation, it's a major fundraiser that wrought in $12 million to the museum of art. it's a showcase of hands made one of kinds works functional and decorative. >> it's a piece that fits into your home or philadelphia lifestyle. philadelphia artist will selling her poetry. >> my wear is functional, a of my sculpture work. >> and maria makes you'llry with a 3d printers. >> this is printerred in nylon plastic all in one piece, it comes out of the machine interlocked. >> one thing to coming to the show is having the ability to talk to the artist and asking them what it is that they do and
how they did it and what inspired them to do. >> reporter: it is run by the women's committee of the philadelphia museum of art. they sift through 1,000 applicants and choose 200. they are bringing in 25 guest artist from korea and design art students from local colleges. there's something there for everyone of that's the beauty of the show from the smallist tea cup to the most beautiful jewelry. >> reporter: it's opens november 8 and runs the 9th through the 1st at the convention center. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. >> halloween parties and early
dressing up for the spooky holiday. we want you to share your costumes and halloween decorations. send us photos of yourself and kids and pets. use the #6abcaction on social media. >> i saw your dog. >>dy show you my -- did i show you my dog? [laughter]. i'm just trying to talk about it. let's get a final check of the forecast. >> reporter: pretty bright out there, windy and chilly, though, as we take a look at the northern and western suburbs. breezy conditions, though, highs in the mid to upper 50s north and west of philadelphia. the i-95 corridor ranging from 56 to 58. lots of sun and winds gusting to 30 miles per hour and 60 down in sea isle and atlantic city. >> coming up this afternoon on "action news" at 4:00 p.m. we continue to follow developing story out of the washington where charges have been filed in
connection with to the russia investigation. one former trump campaign aid has pled guilty to lying to the fbi and in just about a half-hour former campaign manager paul manafort and a business associate are expected to go before a judge. we'll have the latest in a live report coming up at 4:00 p.m. that will do it for "action news" at noon, don't forget to join us later today for "action news" at 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. for david murphy, rick williams, and the entire "action news" team, i'm sarah bloomquist. have a great afternoon! >> see you tonight!
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