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the unexpected death legend. tributes celebrating the life of prince. plus a community heart broken. a student dies after a fight in a bathroom. what friends think triggered the altercati altercation. donald trump in pennsylvania tonight as candidates krocross state. good evening. tonight we begin with the loss of a ledgend, prince dead at th age of 57. listen to the 911 dispatchers taking a call from inside that home. >> medical for a male down, not breathing. >> emergency personnel were unable to revive him, but details on the cause of death
are unknown tonight. an autopsy is pending. tonight fans across the country are remembering the purple rain singer. hundreds gathered to pay their respects in the rain outside first avenue. and here's a live look at that venue right now where inside an all-night dance party featuring prince's music is under way. tributes to prince are happening here in philadelphia tonight. we're live at one of the music venues lit up in purple. >> reporter: they're paying tribute to prince featuring a display on the electronic mar key. prince performed here in philadelphia eight times here. people told us growing up prince's music was the sound track to their lives. a bittersweet day at the
factory. the concert venue played tribute to the icon who played here in 1988. 18 years later the musician passed away at age 57. shocking news to fans all over the world. >> i didn't want to believe it. it's one of those things where it's out of nowhere. >> reporter: people called in to express their grief. but callers weren't the only ones saddened. so were employees. >> people literally were crying and several people had to leave. they were that upset. >> people can't believe and they want to know. >> reporter: this radio personality was on the air when the news of prince's death broke. she shared the moment with democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton during the interview. >> i was so stunned. you think of him as being etern al. >> he was a true artist.
today things are so watered down, but when you think of prince he did it all. >> reporter: his music is in high demand. the owner of this store says he has a few copies left as most were either sold or on hold when we got there. >> i'm a big fan and i think he was an icon. i was texting friends and this was a big loss. >> reporter: they told us that prince's work will have a long lasting impact on what they do at wdas. he's influenced a number of artists here in philadelphia. live in fishtown. as expected reaction is pouring in from the music community as well. they say prince is one of the elite musical tal epts of all time. >> he's one of those dpreet talents that only come along every now and then, once a
generation. like mikal jackson. >> he says the two weren't close, but he met prince on a few occasions calling him unique and unusual. this running group honored prince the way they know. members went for a jog blarring prince's greatest hits the whole way. in the wake of his death, prince surged to the top of the itunes song chart. the top ten tonight are all prince songs and he has even more on the charts beyond that. even google paying hom acknowledge to prince tonight. the website sporting a purple rain doodle. we have continuing coverage of how the world is remembering prince. you can see his life and pictures and read how the shows quest love through an party for
him. to other news now, a delaware community came together to remember a 16-year-old girl who died at her high school this morning. officials say the sophomore was involved in a fight inside the girls' bathroom and tonight there were lots of hugs and tears. the friends and family gathered at the school for a vigil in her honor. school officials say that girl was seriously injured in that fight and died as a result of her injuries, but police cannot say how the teenager died. the fight happened as classes were beginning this morning. after the fight, students tell us they were in lock down for nearly two hours before being cen sent home for the day. police haven't said what led to the fight, but some say the fight was over a boy. >> all these people were upset and crying and it's something that needs to change.
this event is so horrible and it's touched so many people and it's something that can never happen again. authorities say they'll wait for the results of the autopsy before deciding whether any charges should be filed. to decision 2016 five days until the primaries and the state has become a vital stop on the white house. pennsylvania has been an afterthoughts in past campaigns, but tonight three are making pushes in pennsylvania. we spoke one on one with bernie sanders tonight. we'll hear from him in a moment. john kasich was here after a stop in media earlier today and donald trump spoke in harisburg. >> reporter: trump advisers urged the crowd to pay attention to the delegates on the ballot.
they remain confident trump will do well in pennsylvania, but they're worried about what they call a rigged process. donald trump took the stage at the pennsylvania farm show complex even as thousands remained outside in a security line. >> i said you know what, let's start a little bit earlier. >> reporter: trump's campaigned confirmed to mbc news he's hired a speech writer. he did not use one tonight as he spoke about the loss of manufacturing jobs and repeated his usual lines. >> we're going to build a wall. lying ted. he's lying. >> reporter: trump called on his republican opponents to drop out and he says bernie sanders is finished too. >> i want to run against crooked hillary clinton. we're going to beat her so badly. >> reporter: protesters were inside the building. >> get them out of here.
go ahead. go home to mamma. >> reporter: outside trump supporters and opponents clashed. supporters left happy with his message. >> it was full of energy. it was dynamic and donald trump is fantastic. >> we traveled almost three hours to get here. we had a lot of fun. >> reporter: in the end trump hinted he may not be ready to tone down these appearances because he doesn't want had is crowd sizes to shrink. >> my wife is constantly saying darling be more presidential. i just don't know that i want to do it quite yet. >> reporter: trump said he loves philadelphia in his speech tonight. he specifically talked about the golf course where he said he learned to play that sport. on the democratic side bernie sanders also made a stop in our area rallying potential voters tonight in montgomery county. he held a future to believe in rally here at the greater
philadelphia expositive where he asked about what he thinks about taxing sugary drinks. >> i think the mechanism is fairly regressive and it will be increasing taxes on low income and working people at a time of massive levels of income and wealth and inequality i would ask the people on top to pay more in taxes and not working people. >> hillary clinton said she supports the tax. republican presidential hopeful john kasich was visiting the area. pennsylvania is a state where he needs support. >> any vote for me is a vote for me. it ain't a vote for somebody else and i need the support here so i can have momentum going into the convention. >> he is last in the hunt for
delegates among republicans and today he said obtaining unbound delegates is critical to had is campaign. and the push for votes continues in our area tomorrow with three candidates holding events in pennsylvania and delaware. hillary clinton will be in the philadelphia area. donald trump will be in harrington delaware. count on the report for all of them. it was all about ed snider today. a memorial service was held to remember the late flyer's founder. they opened the ceremony with god bless america and then speaker after speaker shared stories about his contributions on and off the ice. his son, who was by his dad's side to the end, offered up his father's final words. >> i can't think the flyers
enough for everything they've given to me and my family. thank you. >> former flyers captain bobbi clark spoke today. he was one of more than 60 alumny in attendance. new at 11:00 a swingers club surprises a community when this shows up in their neighborhood. how they're fighting to get the swinging shut down. plus it's not usually this big a problem when a pet gets loose in a neighborhood. we'll look at where this big cat was roaming around with a big collar around its neck. some south jersey veterans taking swings at the driving range. we'll show you how they're not letting their missing limbs hinder their games. we have rain for tomorrow and i'll show you the timing next. narrator: looking out for wall street ceos -
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neighbors are trying to shut down a swingers club before it opens. they plan to open
a new location in a former catering haul, but tonight angry neighbors flooded the meeting to voice their concerns. many feel that kind of venue will have a negative impact on the quality of life in their community. >> you had a great store around the corner, you have several catholic schools here all with kids under eighth grade. work at the site has stopped for now. the commissioner of licenses and inspections says the department will not issue any licenses other than for the original intended use as a catering hall.
tributes pour in for prince tonight. tomorrow's front page of the new york daily news with a play on prince's 1992 single. some local heros worked on their golf game in south jersey today. the indian spring country club hosting a free clinic for am tee veterans. they got advice to learn how to swing, but it teaches lessons beyond the green. >> reporter: this man is getting the swing of things. standing on his only leg with the support of his va hospital
physical therapist, this veteran of the 82nd airborne division is flying high. he lost his right leg after losing sick lash from repeated airborne jumps. >> i've never hit balls like this before, but with the instructor and my physical therapist it's great. it's really great. i'm honored. >> reporter: today's event free and open to any veteran receiving care at a va facility. doctors say it lifts spirits along with the long drives. >> it gives people a reason to live and a reason to be beyoliv at home. >> reporter: he feels the boost in self-esteem. >> i hit one in over 200 yards. >> reporter: local pros on hand to give pointers say they walk away with life lessons too. >> it's the least we can do. i'm the son of a deceased vietnam veteran so it hits home.
>> i'm gonna be back next year. i'm going to be standing up on my own and popping them out there about 200 yards. >> you go. they had a nice day for it. in fact time now for a check on the weather for tomorrow where you live. let's get the first alert neighborhood forecast. the new neighborhood forecast tomorrow you'll want to grab your umbrella so we can narrow down the forecast where you live. different parts of the area into the weekend the be expecting rain. don't forget the seven day forecast always skrolg at the bottom of the screen no matter if you live in pennsylvania, new jersey or delaware it's going to be there and we update that every day. currently we're dry, but we do have rain just off to our west. so we're watching this big area of shoerz showers and
thunderstorms tomorrow. for the most part things are pretty much dry. we've seen the clouds increasing today. today we had the cloud cover. the rain is off to our west. as we go into tomorrow we'll see some showers moving in, but not the entire day. make sure you have your umbrellas as you go into tomorrow into friday. again there's rain in the forecast for your friday. temperatures will be anywhere from around 80 degrees to upper 70s. and as we go through the afternoon that's going to be the best chance for any showers. so the best chance of rain later in the day tomorrow.
wildwood is in the upper 60s and atlantic city 66 degrees. this is all part of that neighborhood weather that we've been talking about. philadelphia area around 80 degrees, late day showers and maybe some thunderstorms. wilmington around 80. so a warm day. as we go into tomorrow again the rain will be here, but only some areas will see it linger into your weekend so here is the weekend forecast. saturday for philadelphia we could see a couple of showers, but otherwise we'll be clearing out. 70 degrees for a high temperature. pennsylvania is around 70 degrees and clearing. if you're in south jersey you'll be in the 60s and we expect that rain to be lingering on saturday. on sunday we're going to see more in the way of sunshine and
then into monday we'll be warmer. temperatures will be back around 80 degrees for monday. it depends on where you live in the weekend. she had a leash and she had a collar here, but certainly not the kind of pet police outside houston, texas were used to finding wandering the streets and you could see why. it's against city ordinance to own a wild animal so the tiger was rounded up and taken into custody. officers say they're working to find the tiger's owner. what a tribute to ed snyder today. thoughts from his service and we've got news on scott walt walton's injury from last night and a no hitter tonight.
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thousands came out today here at the wells far go center to honor ed snyder. fomer flyers players were there and ed loved his flyers so much his children said it was like having another brother and the greatest flyer ever was the one player chosen to speak. >> when i pass and when we all pass we don't know where we're going, but for me i really hope that when i get there, i get
another chance to play one more game in the orange and black under mr. snyder's philadelphia flyers. everybody says we all loved him. it doesn't happen too often between owners and players on teams like he had with our time. >> his vision has created thousands of jobs in philly has created millions of excitement for millions of people in the city. love you. >> reporter: ed's passion for the flyers was well known. we wouldn't let anybody get in the way of him or his flyers or watching his team. >> did you know that he once kicked donald trump out of his suite the a hockey playoff game. it had to do with the fact that
the donald would not stop talking to ed during the game. waltton has been released from the hospital. he spent the night in the hospital, but they say he is doing well a. a no hitter tonight against the red. his second no hitter. look at the celebration here. a fan runs into the celebration, jumps on the field, but here come the police. party's over. you got to go back to the stands or to jail possibly. we'll be right back.
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we'll have scattered showers around and high around 80 degrees. over the weekend we clear out. sunday looks like the best day. if you're in new jersey you could see rain lingering saturday. >> have a great night. modres: the cost of living the pay stays the same. i have to work extra hours just to make ends meet. it's a big struggle. one person that really gets this is
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