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und 2:00 a.m. the university courtyard apartments are at that intrks. intersection, police are working to identify the driver and the vehicle involved. a shooting on a road in minquadale delaware, has kill a man and critically wounded a woman. the action cam was at the 4,000 block of dupont highway near the ramp to the interstate of 495. the minivan was riddled with bullet holes. the man was pronounced at the scene. the woman was taken to the hospital with several bullet wounds. they closed the southbound ramp while they investigate. >> warmer air is moving our way and we are not calling for any snow in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it is nice out there, outside to chris sowers. >> reporter: eva said the key word it's chilly, but not all that cold.
it's better than this time yesterday wherp down in the single -- when we were down in the single tickets. digits, we're in the 20s and 30s. watch out for the black ice because of the snow melt and refreeze, some of the back roads, sidewalks, parking lots, things of that nature will have icy patches on them. take it easy and wait for the temperatures to jump above freezing all the black ice will melt. 32 is the freezing mark for slatington. tanersville, they are above freezing right now. 33. warrington, 28. oxford 21, new holland, 24. center city, 24. buena, ten better, 33. woodbine, 30. avalon, 38. dover, 38 degrees, as well. satellite and radar waking up to cloud cover across the lehigh valley and the poconos. clear skies for everybody else. today promises to be a nice day.
whatever cloud cover you're seeing this morning that will pull out quickly. we'll see sunshine later on. accuweather as he is expect a milder day we're shooting for a high of 48 degrees in the city, close to 50, if not a degree above 50 in south jersey and delaware. a nice, pleasant finish to the weekend. it's been a long time since i've been able to stand out here and say that. look for sprinkles overnight tonight, north and west of the city. we'll talk about that, dreary conditions arrive tuesday and friday, we have lots of 50s in that seven-day forecast, i'll bring that to you in about ten minutes. guys? >> chris, thank you. worshipers will unite to help the family of the slain police officer robert wilson iii. the church near where the officer died will take up a collection for the family. kenneth moten learned more built officer's legacy from his sister
and grandmom. >> reporter: officer robert wilson's grandmom heard the initial reports and called her grandson, but she never got a response. the family thanked the community the district and the police department for their support. we've only seen this tough cop image of slain police officer robert wilson. those who knew him said he was usually all smiles. >> robby, he will be cutting up and all smiles and keep going. i loved him, i know he loved me. >> reporter: it was two days ago when the officer was killed in a gun battle. his grandmother proud how he protected the employees and customers in the store. >> he didn't just go to work, he went to work and did his job. what he feels doing everyday was part of his job. >> he went philadelphia high automotive academy to the police
academy ready to serve. fell officers and top brass called him dedicated and a hero. others knew him as an amazing father of two boys, a one-year-old and 9-year-old boy he was buying a present for inside the game stop. >> if he was going to help make it better, he would make it better. >> reporter: as for the brothers charged in the officer's murder. >> they are not men. my brother was a man. >> reporter: many reasons wilson's family was focused on honoring him. >> my brother knew it came with the territory i know he wouldn't go down without a fight. >> reporter: officer wilson's family said fed a second chance he would have wanted to be inside the store when the gunmen came in. funeral arrangement also are being planned. reporting in north philadelphia, kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> the philadelphia police
department has established a trust fund to support his family, you can find that information on the "action news" facebook feed go to facebook/6abc "action news," like the page to get updates in your feed. >> "action news" was at a prayer vigil for officer wilson. the vigil was under the black bunting hanging at the district. annie mccormick will be along in a half-hour with reaction from the people at the vigil. a white police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black teen setting off protests has been placed on leave. that also standard protocol as the investigation ramps up. we have more from ron claiborne. >> reporter: on the streets of madison, wisconsin, a crowd of 200 on the march. >> it's the issue of racial disparities and racial injustices are dealt with. we would have a ferguson on our hands. we said it.
>> reporter: the demonstrators taking to the streets outrage at the shooting of tony robinson an unarm african-american shot by a white police officer. >> he was unarmed, that's going to make this all the more complicated for the investigators. >> reporter: madison police chief conceding that robison had no weapon when he was shot inside this house by officer matt kenny a 1 year veteran. madison police force. kenny was responding to a man running through the streets after beating up someone. the officer went to the house and heard noise and forced his way in. he was attacked by robinson. the two fought and kenny fatally shot the teen. robison's mother in anguish. my son was my life. i had him whistles 17 we grew -- when i was 17, we grew up
together. i don't know how to live without him. >> i need to make this a very public show of our remorse and contrition for his loss. 19 years old is too young. >> that was abc's ron claiborne reporting. "g.m.a." weekend will pick up coverage of the police shooting at 8:00, after this newscast. turning to politics, hillary clinton stayed away from the issues of her e-mails when she spoke at the global commission conference in coral gables. sheshe is being criticized for not ewing a government e-mail account. president obama said he first learned about it from news reports. clinton has not officially announced a run for president some of other republican rivals were in iowa looking to make her
e-mails a campaign issue. >> you're the secretary of state you hold one of the most sensitive national security jobs in the entire federal government and all your e-mails are sitting at your home, do we know what are in the e-mails, do they reveal things about benghazi she asked what difference does it make some comments. >> jeb bush got a polite reception, chris christie dealt with heckle he heers and scott walker failed a gauntlet of protesters. a woman who needed a bone marrow transplant after the birth of her son. a volleyball player out of rhode island donated her bone marrow. >> i had the idea of her i
read about her seen pictures, but it makes the impact of what i was able to do was real coming real tonight. >> this is the 5th year tally has rufus nighted a bone don't know marrow -- bone marrow donor with a recipiant. >> it was not a clash of armies, but a clash of wills. a contest to determine the true meaning. america. >> and that's a wrap, spring fling comes to an end today at the philadelphia flower show. >> reporter: coming up in weather it's chilly out there right now. we have pleasant of spring-like weather in the seven-day forecast. i'll have it for you next.
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>> welcome back on this sunday morning, 7:12, it is 35 degrees, sky6 live hd taking a live look at center city. we moved the clocks forward we sprung forward overnight and it is starting to feel like spring, chris. >> reporter: does anybody remember what the front lawn looks like? it's been a while since you've seen the grass or it is ground. you'll see it later this week. we have milder temperatures on the way. we have several days where we're forecasting 50s. that will feel fantastic. all the snow on the beach in cape may will melt. probably today as we get up into the 50s as early as this afternoon. in south jersey, 28 degrees in philadelphia, which is better than yesterday at this time when we were stuck in the single digits and teens.
dewpoint, 23 winds out of the west southwest. we're 20 degrees warmer in millville. 30 in allentown. 22 in the poconos. 16 degrees warmer in wildwood and atlantic city. 37 in dover. 27 in wilmington, allentown 30. the poconos 33. it's milder than yesterday but below freezing where we have areas of black ice out there exercise caution this morning especially on sidewalks and back roads and parking lots, things like that. satellite and radar, we have another nice, quiet day. as we expand the view. we have an area of low pressure that will develop cease of dallas and that will pull north and eventually off the coast of the virginias tuesday that could
throw showers back into our neck of the woods tuesday night into the first part of wednesday morning. with the exception of that, the next couple of days look good. the only issue today if you if you want to call it that, are the winds. future tracker 6 the numbers later on, 47 degrees later this afternoon in philadelphia. you can see south and east, closing in on 50. lots of sunshine, just a few high, thin clouds that's about it. overnight tonight there could be a passing shower or sprinkle in the poconos. tomorrow, this is 3:00 p.m. wall-to-wall sunshine out there, temperatures close to 50 degrees, most of the area, trenton, 46. philadelphia, 50. millville, wilmington, dover also closing in on 50 degrees, most of tuesday is quiet, as well. # 30:00, tuesday afternoon the clouds lower and thicken.
the temperatures skyrocket. trenton 51 philadelphia, 54. the coastal system arrives tuesday night into wednesday when most of us are sound ray sleep. the lehigh valley, sun and clouds milder, 43 degrees, the jersey shore looking better today, lots of blue, maybe patchy clouds from time to time. a little bit breezy. winds out of the west 15 to 25 miles per hour. 49 degrees that's the forecasted high in atlantic city. philadelphia, 48, sun and clouds breezy and milder, winds out of the northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. quiet overnight tonight partially cloudy, passing shower for the lehigh valley. 28 degrees north and west, 32 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, no snow, no ice, no cold temperatures, 52 degrees for monday, look at this, one, two three four days in the 50s this week. it's going to come a good one. 41 degrees tuesday wednesday 56 degrees, funny thing that's
not the warmest temperature we've seen this year, on the 4th of january we topped out at 59. that's a step in the right direction. thursday, 53 more rain friday, saturday 53 degrees,. >> 2015 philadelphia flower show wraps up tonight, the doors are open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., the theme is celebrate the movies, many floral designs are inspired by our parent company disney and disney pixar films.
the search for the person or people who set the fire continues. search efforts will resume this morning for a missing teenager from delaware. 13-year-old hadn't been seen since he left his home in newtown square wednesday night. hundreds of volunteers canvassed neighborhoods and passed out flyers. the fbi has joined in the search for the boy. >> although we have no reason to believe this is turned into a criminal investigation never theless, law enforcement has intensified their effort. he was last seen wearing a gray ski jacket, black ski pants and hiking boots. his family said he has never runaway and he does not have his cell phone or wallet on him. if you have seen him, call police immediately. philadelphia police are looking for two robbers who assaulted two grocery store workers.
the action cam was on the scene after 7:30. police say the suspects entered the grocery store and attacked two employees. one was taken to einstein medical center. police are working to get a description of the suspects. good news for those overcoming knee surgery. in the past, it took months to heal and retears were common. >> given on you strong the repair is and the minimal risk of retear, i think it will become the gold standard for repair techniques. >> it's less time in the or, so the cost is lower instead of 9 month recovery it's 6 month. clinical trials for the new method are in the final stages.
nicole: we all have different needs for our children and basing all of the childrens' needs on one test is not the right road to go down. and something's got to change. okaikor: and the ones who are taking the brunt of it are our children. all the other things that make you a great human being is not important anymore. what's more important is: can you answer a-b-c-d? gina: what am i going to learn for my child from this test that my teacher can't tell me right now? >> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:23 sunday morning your day planner looks splendid. 8:00 a.m., 4 degrees
10:00 a.m. 40 degrees, lunchtime, 44 degrees, we have a very nice spring week ahead. the arctic reservoir are not dry just yet. up in canada, we're 20 to 30 degrees below zero. there are indications that some of the cold air will dive south into the lower 48. not this week. this week the jet stream will flatten out justify this, -- just like this, allowing the mild pacific air to race across the country. by the time we get to the 18th the 19th, the jet stream will look like again that will unlooked like the cold air in canada. we'll not see 20s or 30s but it could be cold enough to support snow showers across the northwestern suburbs later this month. it will make things
uncomfortable after 40s and 50s you get a cold shot like that that's the last think in the world you want to see right now. >> sports now the flyers play the devils in north jersey today. the flyers could you have had up a point in boston -- could you have coughed up a point in boston against the bruins. >> reporter: the flyers look back on their season this is going to be the game they remember, the one that got away. going head to head with the team they are chasing for two points in boston for the playoff spot. they were 14 seconds away from a win, 14 seconds when they got one past mason and tied it and sent it to overtime. the flyers had all the opportunities, 3 on 1. borachek had a break away, they couldn't convert any of them. it could be the dagger of the
season as boston picked up another point, the flyers are down 5 after falling in overtime 3-2. >> we got to find ways to close the games out. we had an opportunity to come within two points we let it slide away. >> it hurt, but we have to play jersey tomorrow, so i'm done with this with this game. >> hawks didn't have paul milsap, the sixers didn't have anybody but they beat the best team in basketball. maybe this guy rubbed off on them, alan iverson at the game. nerlens noel driving layup put them up 4. he had 11 points, 17 boards. sixers who have 49 losses somehow some way beat the hawks with 49 wins, 92-84.
nova set a new record for regular season wins, they picked up number 29 over saint johns. the 4th ranked wildcats have won 12 straight games 29-2. jerome alan one of the greatest players in the penn history. he will not go down as one of the greatest coaches. he will be fired after the season which includes tuesday at the palestra. they went out and won the 9th game of the seasonal. he didn't speak of the matter, but what he did say spoke volumes. >> i'll say this in my attempt to be like marshawn lynch, you can read between the lines then you will save your breath. >> i would say that says a lot. go on out there and have a great day.
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from vineland, new jersey, the action cam was on the 100 block of west grape street early this morning where one person was shot dead and two others wounded. the victims were sitting in a parked car after midnight when one opened fire. the gunman ran off. one person was pronounced dead at the scene the others were taken to the hospital. no word on their conditions. they have not uncovered any motives or suspects. a shooting on a road in minquadale delaware, has killed one man and critically wounded a woman. it happened at the on-ramp of 495. the man was pronounced dead at the scene. the woman was taken to the hospital with several gunshot wounds. police closed the southbound ramp to 413 south while they investigate. e-mail your e-mails and
videos to join the action at 6abc.com use the #6abc action on social media. >> it's 7:41, last night we sprung forward outside is meteorologist chris sowers. good morning chris. >> reporter: any other normal year it would feel cold out with temperatures in the 20s and 30s, after as frigid as it's been it feels comfortable out here. yesterday at this time we were down to 12. millville you were close to zero now you're at 29. we have five record lows set yesterday morning anywhere from 25 to 30 degrees milder than we were yesterday at this time. reading, 24. lancaster, 21, dover and wild getting close to 40. you're sitting at 37. let's of atlantic city, 37. and beach haven 33 degrees, there's a breeze out of the west/southwest makes the numbers
feel a little bit colder than they actual are. 8 miles per hour in philadelphia. 7 in wilmington, 10 in dover and wildwood. we'll see sunshine out here, high pressure holding on, maybe just a few clouds rolling in this afternoon those high, thin clouds similar to what we saw yesterday, but probably not as extensive in closerrage as yesterday. -- coverages yesterday. all in all get out and enjoy the weekend. temperatures shooting up into the 40s you'll see sunshine and mild temperatures. we're talking upper 40s today. we're talking mid 50s by the middle of this upcoming week, i'll have that for you in ten minutes. guys? >> chris thank you. new from the overnight in our delaware newsroom, a man was struck and killed at churchman's
boulevard. the driver did stop. we'll pass along more information as we get. this morning fallen philadelphia police officer robert wilson iii is being remembered by his family. they say he loved to serve. >> he was one who set out to be a police officer he became a police officer, he is a father, that's all he wanted to do. >> officer wilson's police family is preparing to say goodbye. fell police officers were on hand for a prayer vigil in his honor. he was hailed as a great could be and roll model. "action news" reporter, annie mccormick was there for the vigil. >> we want to pray for love and peace and fellowship. >> reporter: under the black bunting hanging from the 22nd district in honor of slain philadelphia police officer robert wilson, pastor leonard
green began to pray. behind wilson's brother and sisters in blue. prayer turned to song. ♪ how great thou art ♪♪ >> reporter: and the community linked hands the woman who knows their pain spoke out. >> you got to respect the 22nd district and the philadelphia police department i want to say we got your backs. we got your backs enough is enough. >> reporter: wayne lipson's son officer moses walker her son was gown down. when she heard the news, her heart sank. >> whistles -- when i was heard i heard a police officer was wounded i said oh, my god i heard it was the 22nd
district. i was heart sick. >> reporter: they held a brief service outside the district and asked what's next to make the violence stop. at least for now the group under the community to offer support to the men and women protecting them. >> what are we going to do? another prayer vigil? another walk, what are we going to do? we kenji goto to do more -- we got to do more than that. >> reporter: sunday at saint martins church 23rd and lehigh, they will debt caid the service to -- dedicate the service to officer wilson and the collections will go to the family. sixers players wore special playoff -- warmup shirts before the game. fans waved an american flag and
others held up a banner who said we thank those who defend us. a car smashed into a business in cherry hill, new jersey. nobody was inside the buildings the 500 block of kings highway north. the driver is okay. police are trying to sort out what caused the driver to lose control. the foundations was not compromised. a roof collapse at a college party in southern california. several thousands students were celebrating st. patrick's day early yesterday. the roof of the garage collapsed under the weight of 3 dozen students who were standing on it. the most serious injury was a person's thy impaled by a piece of debris. at least three people were arrested. today marks the first an sears of the crash of malaysia airlines flight # -- 370. many gathered outside a buddhist temple in beijing.
they promised to never give up on the search for answers. no wreckage has found. but officials in australia malaysia and china say they are still optimistic the plane will be found in the southern indian ocean. they suspect it crashed after deerve -- deviating from the flight path. president obama took part in the commemoration of blood sunday a landmark frights showdown. >> reporter: the marchers were met with horrific violence, state troopers armed with clubs and tear gas. it was a tipping point that proved the power of nonviolence to spark change and sparked
congress to pass the voting rights act. >> it was not a clash of armies, but a clash of wills. a contest to determine the true meaning of america. >> but for all the progress mailed echos of selma remain. in the shooting death of unarmed black men by white police officers. to the rolling back of the voting rights act. the president enlisted the next generation who came to witness this moment in history to come together to be foot soldiers for change. >> we know the march is not over, we know the race is not yet won. >> reporter: that message was felt today so many people telling us they came not just to remember but to finish the work of those who marched before them. mary bruce abc news, selma alba alba -- alabama.
it will take place 300 miles to the north because of the unusually warm conditions. it's only 89 second time in 43 degrees the iditarod had to be moved because of the warm temperatures. >> i remember we remember colder than alaska a lot of days this winter. >> it was a whole month. >> that was the icing on the cake. if you google juneau and anchorage there's pictures of grass. the sea saw effect, one part of the county goes down and the other goes up. the folks that love to get out on on the slopes and do skiing it's been cooperating weather wise. nothing going on right now just a lot of clouds. there could more days where you have a chance to get out on the slopes. although temperatures will start
to shoot up over the next few days double scan live is crystal clear nothing going on, we have a few clouds north and west, clear conditions in the city, sitting at 28 degrees, dewpoint 23. we're below freezing, but better than yesterday at this time when we were stuck in the single designates and teens. allentown, 30 be we'll take that. 33 in the poconos. philadelphia, 28. millville, 29. dover and wildwood getting close to 40. both locations sitting at 37. although it feels like the upper 20s and low 30s with the winds. windchills make it feel like 19 in wilmington. 33 in the poconos. 20 in philadelphia and 24 for reading. satellite and radar showing the jet stream up to the north, this is the storm track this is where all the clouds and the moisture travels overtime next 24 to -- over the the next 24 to 48 hours. this guy right here will sneak through tuesday night into
wednesday morning, it will hit the virginia capes and work out to sea. there's no cold air with the system. as the pushes through it will be in the form of rain. there will not be any snow or ice, temperatures going around it will be way too mild. the cold stuff is bottled up to the north. this is the hudson bay you get into the northwest territories of canada. that's where the cold stuff is, it's replaced with 30s and 40s and 50s everybody east of the continental divide. that will continue to push east over the next few days and eventually we'll see our 50s in the delaware valley, as well. smarveght, parts -- smarveght parts of the area, south jersey and delaware, i wouldn't be surprised if you hit 50 this afternoon. overnight tonight, there could be passing showers well north and west, this is 4:30 a.m., for the lehigh valley and the poconos. tomorrow beautiful, morning clouds, lots of sunshine and temperatures climbing into the 50 50s.
temperatures in the mid 20s as of 9:00 a.m. m 47 degrees by 2:00 p.m. topping out at 48 or 49. we get into tomorrow afternoon. the model has 50, accuweather going 502. millville, 52. dover, 53, atlantic city, 52, wilmington, 51. today, millville 48. cape may 46. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast 52 degrees tomorrow, sunshine along with a few passing clouds. this is a nice day too bad there will still be snow on the ground. maybe you could have gotten out to the park. clouds developing on tuesday 49. 56 wednesday wednesday is another nice one. 53 thursday, mostly sunny, rain friday cooler high of 44. that's more of a significant system that could produce more rain friday night into saturday morning, saturday, we're back
into 53. the moral of the story it's better. >> we've all searched for a pen now and then, the president has a stash just for vetoing the legislation. >> i haven't used a veto pen very often. now i suspect there will be times i have to pull that pen out. >> we-- assembly these penns in rhode island. presidents use multiple pens to sign important laws for veto. as each part of the signature is created that pen becomes an important piece of history. because president obama is left-handed we print it on so
the presidents can see their seal and signature. george bush's signature would be right here. >> reporter: how long have you been doing this for? >> assembly work 25 1/2 years. >> from a person point of view you tell gives you a sense of pride for the work you're doing on a daily basis. the product we make is being used by these important figures. >> did you ever think that the pen would have so much power? >> no. >> all that for a pen. >> president obama and i have one thing in common. we're both lefties. >> i'm a righty. >> [laughter] we'll be right back. these don't even come with a toy and i don't care. ♪♪ ♪♪
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>> february 27 is a special day for a family in idaho a grandfather, father an son three generations were born on the date. mark is 57 and trevor is 30 and trevor's son is 1. >> we looked on the internet and we found small numbers to millions of numbers. we're all the second son. we were all born in this area. none of the births were c-sections they were all perfect timing. >> my brother and sister were born on the same day. >> broadway philadelphia has a
passionate romance dirty dancing is coming to philadelphia. >> reporter: in the late 1980s dirty dancing was a box office sensation. it was a musical success philadelphia is one of its first stops in the u.s. this coming of age tale follows the life of baby who has a crush on her dance instructor. >> you take the journey with baby who goes from an inexperienced teenager in a lot of ways to becoming a woman in learning how to dance. >> reporter: the musical delivers all your favorite scenes and music and choreography from the movies like favorite hits like do you love me and time of my life performed on stage. >> everything is right there. but there are additional music and scenes and characters.
this is a bigger vision of dirty dancing. >> reporter: director of programming said people all over the world love the show and the musical iconic scene of baby's lift brings live audiences to their feet. >> you see the original choreography that you would remember from the scene but reimagined for the stage. >> reporter: dirty dancing runs march 24th through april 5th through the academy of music. go to the arts in philly.org or visit 6abc.com/loves the arts for more on this and other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers.
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>> look how pretty that is, cape may, new jersey. >> reporter: feels early because we sprung forward. if you don't like this week there's no pleasing you. look at these temperatures, 48 degrees, lots of sunshine. 53 degrees monday. tuesday we have rain developing late in the day. 49. 56 for wednesday, 52 thursday, lots of sunshine both days and the next system pulls through friday more rain developing 44. saturday a comfortable high of 53. it's been a long time since i've shown you a seven day like that. >> 7:55 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: good morning to
you, coming up on "g.m.a.," breaking overnight protests and anger in the streets of madison wisconsin after the deadly police shooting of a young black unarmed man and white officer. what a moment in selma, 50 years after civil rights activists were attacked on it is pottus bridge. some of the same people crossing the same bridge with the first black president in the lead for the march. how did he do this? an amateur magician has a huge internet empire with a series of 6 second videos we'll show you how he does what he does. >> don't try this at home. "good morning america" is next on channel 6 "action news"
continues later this morning. >> we'll have the latest on a shooting in delaware that has closed down parts of 495 this morning. >> plus a north philadelphia church will remember officer robert wilson iii who was killed in the line of duty. >> meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now for eva pilgrim, chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han we'll see you at 9:00 a.m.
easy to play. simple to say. good morning, america. breaking overnight, tensions high. protesters take to the streets of madison, wisconsin, as an unarmed black teenager is shot and killed. the trigger pulled by a white police officer. >> no weapon. >> absolutely no weapon. >> calls for justice amidst the chaos. will this be another ferguson. the growing terror threat. the leader of boko haram, the group that kidnapped all those girls in africa, now pledging allegiance to isis. global terror groups banding together. what does this violent conglomerate mean for america? caught on camera. a packed college fraternity party turns into a horror show.