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ident trump. this the scene in center city as hundreds assembled in protest. this will not be the last time you see this over the next 24 hours. it's wednesday night and the big story is president trump. he is coming to philadelphia tomorrow to take part in the republican policy party retreat. the spotlight will be on him. "action news" reporter christie ileto is live in center city. who are the protesters tonight and what was their message? >> jim the protesters were focused on healthcare. repealing the affordable care act is something republicans will talk about during the retreat. to make their voices heard they spent the night across the street dancing and celebrating. hundreding of lgbt danced and celebrated on 12th and market. >> who says you can't party and
protest at the same time? >> the focus for tonight is to call attention to the ways queer and trans especially black and brown people do not have access to a lot of healthcare. >> gop congressional participants are spending the night at the lowe's hotel. among the discussion is the appealing of the affordable care act. >> it's only day five. >> we are not scared for ourselves, but a lot of people are not as fortunate. they are just as important. >> this protest is the first of many over the next 24 hours as the president makes his way to the city. >> you will see police presence out there. >> barricades are in place while road closures start around 6:00 a.m. the 13th stop is closed.
>> there are people you may not see or may not notice. >> police are already bracing for more demonstrations. >> we are sort of f negative stuff. having a positive kind of protest that makes me happy. >> now in preparation for trump's arrival and more protests happening tomorrow there is a heavy police presence here and security ramps upstarting at 6:00 a.m. so if you live in the area, give yourself extra time to get around. christie ileto wphl-17. >> jim? >> parking and pedestrian restrictions take effect 6:00 a.m. with road cloatiers at 8:00 12th, chestnut to arch and 13th chestnut to market. septa has altered plans and more
restrictions could be imposed when president trump lands at the airport. we'll update you on the "6abc" app. trump continues to claim that millions of illegals caused him to lose the popular vote and ordered an investigation into widespread voter fraud. the probe will look into people that registered in two states, those that are illegal and those that registered to vote that are dead. trump said depending on the results, we'll strengthen up voter registration. democrats fear that is voter i.d. and immigration. >> trump signed an order to move ahead with a wall. >> a nation without borders is
not a nation. beginning today the united states of america gets back control of its borders, gets back its borders. >> trump's order takes aim at sanctuary cities like philadelphia stripping federal grant money from cities that harbor illegal imgrapt immigrants. dann cuellar has that story. >> the mayor has no plans to change the city's status as a sanctuary city but qualified his statement saying he wants to hear how much the city stands to lose. >> we'll continue to uphol the fourth amendment to the institution. >> the mayor said it's unconstitutional to expect police to hold undocumented citizens without a warrant.
>> proponents agree. >> immigrants won't trust police. they'll be afraid that the police are going to deport them. >> it was year west kenzington immigrants housed an undocumented immigrant from honor durs. >> she's on the road to citizenship now. >> the point was 810,000 immigrants in pennsylvania many opening businesses and contributing to society while seeking to become legal citizens. >> to say that immigrants are not economically impacting the city and is state to say theyare a drain is false. >> today, pennsylvania senator pat tomby praised the president's actions saying it was crucial to end sanctuary cities and the republican party put out a statement saying mayor kenney is endangering the fiscal health of the city.
>> advocates say the city stands to lose $300 million. >> we don't know that. >> irregardless you stand with your position? >> not irregardless. i want to know how much they are taking, what they have to do to get it and if the courts can protect us. >> immigrants were afraid to go on camera to give their reaction. the matter of cutting funds to sanctuary cities could all end up in court. dann cuellar, "action news." >> abington police arrested 43-year-old mario calderon the man that held up the td bank on old york road last friday. he is from mexico and had been deported twice. >> a 96-year-old woman was mauled by two pit bulls this
afternoon in the germantown section of filmed is philadelphia is fairing better in the hospital tonight. first responders say when they arrived she was unresponsive with bites to her face. >> the side of her face was unrecognizable. >> this started on the 5800 block of brush road. authorities captured the two dogs believed to be responsible for the attack. >> a 75-year-old man struck by a dumbbell that crashed through his car window has died. january 9th, jack decarlo and his wife were driving on the turnpike when the 50-pound dumbbell came crashing through the window. police are trying to figure out where it came from. >> a police officer who shot a
suspect outside caesar's casino will not face charges. authorities say three robbers were holding up three other men. when police arrived one of the men shot and wounded the officer. that's when the second officer returned fire hitting and killing 25-year-old jerome damon of cam camden. >> they have been working to fill in the sinkhole in montgomery county and the situation has improved. jeanette reyes has the story. >> under bright lights, crews used machinery to cover up a sinkhole that nearly swallowed a home and left a pick up dangling over the edge. >> i didn't realize it il now. >> residents wanted over and watched in disbelief as a crater
25 feet wide and 30 feet deep. >> finding out what came first the sinkhole or rupture is pr complicated. after 12 hours without heat or water, 60 residents had both restored. >> they came in and relayed the appliances. >> as for the massive sinkhole -- >> i r it can happen anywhere. it's scary. >> it's left residents with quite a story to tell. >> you hear about this on the news all the time. you never think it will be on >> though residents have their heat and water restored, they are under a boil water advisory until the 28th. jeanette rees, "action news." >> mayor jim kenney signed a law cracking down on predatory towing. private coes will not be able to
tow cars from private lots or driveways unless by city agencyirst. univeice and coordinate with philadelphia police on ticketingd towing. still to come on "action news" to be the t have a 609 phone number the state dialing up changes, new jersey that is. and remembe and leap back in time to helped save a philadelphia i con. a delaware couple tells us their minivan was shot at with their kids in the cecily? >> the high todaygrees, 14 above normal. i have the details in the forecast. >> and can theixers keep it jamie apody with answer when "action news" continues. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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in 2009, 9,000000 2013 6,000,000. boys are twice as likely as girls the docto prescribed men 80% of the time. there is conrn from experts that believe that may be tha adhd itself overdiagnosed. let's go to cecily tynan, late word father. >> we have changes on the way. today sunny warm, the front moves in tomorrow o change. we are dry tonight. the front moving in really won't have a lot of moisture with it.a few showers expected tomorrow morning. tonight, a on 6. atlantic city stormy temperatures not bad for january standards winds out the southwest, airport wilmingt 43 redding currently 47. satellite 6 showing the cold front i'm tracking is ohio pushing into western pennsylvania. lots of clouds minimum moisture, not a big rainmaker,
bringing showers overnight. if you look at the past six months rainfall impressive. most of the area moderate drought. allentown inches below normal.ity not that bad. tomorrow, we are lookingome showers in the morning. 6:00 45. 8:00, 46. mild start to the day. future trackerng showers around 8:00 sunshine in the suburbs by 11:00 and 3:30 temperatures around 50-degrees in the afternoon mid 50s earlier. it's not going to feel like that at all. behind the cold front we have impressive wind gusts, 2:30 in afternoon gusts 30 to 35 miles per hour out of the west northwest. that down much cooler air
for the weekend. the high tomorrow, 56. friday windchills in the lot of peeks of sunshine and temperatures below normal saturday: the accuweather seven-day foreca tomorrow, morning clouds and afternoon sun and winds high of6-degrees and winds gust theray bel 39-degrees. to 40her cold front rol sun morning bringing a flurries. otherwise, drophe to 36. wednesday clouds and su high of 42. next week at no significant snow on the you, >> they are revving up forhis weekend. j the wheel of wrangler unlimited. pleasant that need find theirn all manufacturers in 700,000 square feet i the pennsylvania convention center. two dollars from everygos to charity. th night for a one hour p of the
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today we got it done. >> we are having fun. we started the season down a bit. that makes it sweeter. we kept working kept our focus, and it's paying off for us now. >> you can't miss a game they play anymore. to say the fliers don't have much success against the rangers would be an under statement. tonight, steve mason amazing. wayne simmons with the put back. after that, jake voracek, he weaves his way around through the defense and gets the puck to bounce off the opposition. flyers shut out the rangers 2-0 snapping their five game losing streak to their rivals. >> coming up, college hoop
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