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accident in gloucester county and the other driver is facing charges including dui. those stories and more but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast very chilly weekend forecast. chris sowers i only said his first name in the tease. >> reporter: you happen, you're not used to hearing that. let's go live on sky6 live hd. the big story is going to be the chilly air it's going to roll on in here, by far it's going to be the chillest air by far by monday morning we could see a hard freeze develop in the suburbs that could be the end the growing season. we're crystal clear sky conditions wise. that's a beautiful shot in atlantic city. 44 in quakertown. 43 in warrington. martins creek 46. poconos 30s. coatsville, 41. kennett square 39. saint david 39 degrees.
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milder across interior sections of south jersey, but they will stay below the seasonable average of 66. gandys beach, 49. hammonton, 43. you'll see snow showers and rain showers mixed across the great lake states. for us, sunshine, we'll have puffy cumulus clouds. by lunchtime we'll have partly 0 to mostly sunny skies 54. from that point on, mainly cloudy and sun. 57 by 3:00 p.m., shooting for a high of 58 degrees. it's a chilly weekend overall. today and tomorrow, both days feature a chilly breeze. we'll talk built potential of a killing freeze monday morning. that's coming up eva. >> we have information on a deadly fire in delaware county. sources tell "action news" a
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person did not make it out of the home. flames broke out in the home around 11:30. first responders arrived to find a woman screaming on the front porch. collingdale police came rushing to help. several officers tried to get inside and forced back by intense flames. firefighters arrived and worked to extinguish the blaze. >> we called a second alarm, saturday during the secondary search of the second story a male body was found inside the million dollars bedroom deceased. >> authorities say the man set the fire himself, but died in the blaze. the companion made it out safely. there's a historical of domestic related calls to the home. there are no charges at this time the investigation continues. a single home in pleasantville went up in flames. firefighters were called out
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around 11:00. there they found a well involved fire they home. crews battled the blaze and brought in firefighters from neighboring departments to assist. they worked an hour to bring it under control. there are reports of injuries and "action news" is working to determine the severity. new jersey state police are investigating a deadly pedestrian accidents on the atlantic city expressway. it happened before midnight in the westbound lanes in winslow township. police are not providing many details, but they say the victim died at the scene. police in gloucster county say a woman was drinking and drive with her three children in the suv when she caused this wreck that injured an officer. chopper 6 hd was over the scene in franklin township. police say she was under the influence of alcohol when she ran a stop sign and smashed into a police cruiser. it happened at route 40 and tuckahoe road.
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feaster and one of her children were injured. she also faces charges for child endangerment and dwi. chief of police identified the suspects in a violent home invasion that happened blocks from a temple university hospital that has seen recent violence. jeff chirico has the story. >> we'll append the individuals because we know their names. >> reporter: police say they know who they are looking for in the violent home invasion. four men forced their way in arena pistol whipped the 26-year-old victim. >> they robbed him of his wallet, watch, jewelry and cell phone. >> reporter: they fled on foot they coming and going likely recorded on a series of surveillance cameras inside and outside the apartment building.
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the victim could give detectives critical information. >> the victim recognized two of them. so we have names. >> reporter: the victim's roommate was in the shower and unaware that anything happened. the victim had to be taken to temple university hospital to be treated for the cut to the eye. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." >> a lehigh valley woman who admitted her role in a murder for murder-for-higher plot has learned her fate. a judge sentenced her ten years in prison. prosecutors say she tried to higher a hit man to kill her daughter's ex-girlfriend. she was arrested after meeting with an undercover detective posing as a hit man. she pleaded to attempted murder and conspiracy. u.s. airways is no more.
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flight 1939 named for the airline's founding hearing arrived at philadelphia international at 5:50. the airbus a321 took off yesterday. it went to charlotte, south carolina and phoenix and from an before coming back to philadelphia. >> cake food, pasta salad at the airport. it was a big deal over in san francisco. like everybody was taking pictures of the flight crew people were asking the captain for their autograph and things like that. passengers received a commemorative coin and cake and champagne toast. u.s. airways and americans will merge the frequent flier program and website this weekend. revel casino, a bank has
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begun foreclosuressing proceedings against -- foreclosures proceedings against acr energy. under an emergency order the company is providing enough electricity to power fire safety systems, but the bank said straub has fallen behind on payments. pennsylvania attorney general kathleen kane is said to have her law license suspended next week. the temporary suspension starts thursday, it is not clear how long it will last. legal experts say it's not clear what role she'll play or which official acts she'll perform. she also faces charges of purjury for allegedly leaking grand jury material and lying built. bucks county is putting a new twist on halloween.
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instead going house to house, trick or treaters went truck to truck. >> reporter: welcome to trunk or treat night. >> it was a graveyard smash. >> reporter: actually it was a smash. in the sealed off parking lot of truman high school kids dressed up in their favorite halloween costumes and went trick or treating. instead of going door to door, they were going car to car. >> happy halloween. >> reporter: parents and grant parents decorated their vehicles in ghoulish fashion to give kids a little bit of "fright night." >> they went out and got the pick up truck fixed and stuff. >> reporter: yeah. like a haunted house on the back tailgate here. >> yeah. >> reporter: the result was a community gathering. seemed like a great idea. >> it was our pta who came up with the-year-old as a safe way
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for -- came up with the idea as a safe way for kids to trick or treat. >> reporter: the kids loved it. >> it's cool, you got to decorate the car in the crazy ways. >> it's clefer, i like it -- it's clever, i like it. i think lots of kids like it. >> it's a safe idea all the kids are contained and there are school friends and families, it's a safe environment. >> reporter: this is the third year of the event it is beginning to catch on with other organizations who see it as a safe alternative to kids going door to door in the dark of night. for the kids they had one last thing to say. >> happy halloween! >> reporter: dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> you're looking live at the american cancer society making strides against breast cancer
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walk in fairmont park. you can see the cheerleaders survivors and caregivers are taking part. wendy saltzman is there. it raises funds to end breast cancer once and for all. imagine being trapped in a mudslide. that's what happened to these drivers in california. they captured it on camera. troubling trends for parents. many kids are making purchases on digital devices without knowing it. what parents need to know. chris. >> reporter: we have colder temperatures coming to the viewing area. these may seem mild compared to what's coming our way. i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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the woman was with two co-workers on her way home when the rain started pouring. >> we were bouncing off other cars, i was not sure whether we were going to make it out of there. looked like there were cars float over the wall, it was really horrible. >> once the rain finally came to a stop, the woman crowd through the windows on top of the dry mud. she said she is glad no one was seriously hurt and people were helping one another as they walked for hours down the highway. it's incredible to think it was a sea of mud and it dried and people could walk on it. >> reporter: that's why i like south jersey, it's flat. no mudslides. there's the view in cape may. lovely cape may. it's chilly on the beach. you have crystal clear skies, it's a beautiful morning around the delaware valley.
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53 degrees outside our studios. the official number in philadelphia is checking in at 50 at this hour. double scan live is crystal clear. millville, 36 degrees. remember these numbers because these will seem mild compared to what's heading this way monday morning. right now we're showing 50 degrees, the dewpoint 55. the breezes out of the northwest at 12 miles per hour. allentown, 46. poconos 37. millville. 50. wilmington, 48. lancaster, 46. satellite and radar shows here comes the clouds approaching from the west. we'll have sunshine through the late morning hours in the afternoon, the clouds increase to mostly cloudy to clouds, to limited sun. all the clouds will limit the temperatures today. you can clearly see in terms of
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real estate how large the huge canadian high pressure system. there's the leading edge right there. had this been january we would be you can at thatting about high -- we would be talking about high temperatures in time 20s. this is coming from the hudson bay into the lower 48 states. it will be cold enough to support snowflakes across the great lake states this afternoon entomorrow morning we saw a couple of inches of snow across the u-p of michigan. chicago, 34. bismarck that's not looking like october. 25 degrees. cincinnati, 36. a lot of big ten football games in this part of the country here, it will be chilly. looking like the season out there. the surface maps looks like i posted showers with the trough pushing through the great lake states this this this morning. that will produce wet snow as well across upstate new york and new england. for us, sunshine fading behind
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clouds and 50 degrees. high temperatures right around 52 or 53. in the city. maybe upper 40s north and west. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, chilly breeze, clouds sun by afternoon. reading, 53. allentown, 354. most of south jersey, 57 or 58. dropping below freezing in the outlying suburbs. far western suburbs, millville, dropping below freezing, philadelphia around 39. trenton, 33. partly cloudy and cold. because the numbers are dropping off a cliff. the national weather service issued a freeze warning for the areas highlighted in blue. any vegetation you want to save bring it indoors or you'll lose it.
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the only area not under the freezing warning is the i-95 corridor because of the urban heat effect. today 58 degrees, breezy and chilly tomorrow, 53. clouds and sun. there's the slightest chance of a pop-up shower in spots. most of us stay dry. tomorrow, sunny, continued cool high of 54. tuesday, we start to rebound, 66. wednesday and from thursday we n the 70s and friday 66 degrees, i don't see another cold shot like that in the foreseeable future. that's it for that. >> a new york teacher is battling stage two breast cancer. yesterday the school held a fake fire drill to surprise her. the group guardians of the ribbons, brought her pink flowers and pink halts. they are partly of a nonprofit
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for a limited time, get any medium hot or iced >> linked in is doing away with its vacation policy and offering unlimited days off instead. starting insect month they will have an -- starting next month they will have an open number of off days. they want to focus on results and performance. the new poll only applies -- policy applies to offices in the u.s. children rack up bills on phones while playing games. >> reporter: it drives parents everywhere nuts including it turns out kanye west. can -- kanye has a two-year-old
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daughter north taking to twitter ranting about companies putting in app purchases on games. they give the iphone to our child and every two minutes there's a new purchase. if the game is made for a two-year-old give the parents a break. kids are racking up big bills without their parents consent. >> we have a conversation with our children about being responsible users for technology. we made sure they knew the rules and the consequences of breaking those rules. >> reporter: 2012 survey by the federal trade commission took a look at 400 apps made for children 200 from app stores. 17% of them had the abbott to make virtual goods from the app.
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apple and google settled complaints with the fcc refunding millions. apple coughing up 35 million. google 19 million. what to do to assure your kids are not breaking the bank with their beloved app? >> set a password. if they happen to make the purchases you can request a refund. >> that's juju chang reporting. up next, the eagles take on their division rival in monday night football. we have a review next. how do you start the day brighter? p you maxx life!
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camera over center city. you can see the skyline there, 53 degrees right now. in sports, the eagles are preparing for monday night football against the giants. they may not have to worry about one of new york's top receivers, jamie apody has that and more in sports. >> reporter: o'dell beckham junior missed practice for the giants with a pulled ham strict. nelson, michael kendricks, and michael alonso missed practice yesterday. it's division rivalry and first place. and don't forget it's monday night football. >> if you're one of the teams to be chosen playing monday night football, that's and you say on awesome.
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>> it's a must-win game we're excited because we're the last game of the week. >> reporter: monday night we'll be teeming up with phl17 to bring you the action. we bring you countdown to kickoff followed by eagles and giants at 8:30. monday knight football phl17. nerlens noel holds down the fort. he is back tonight against the wizards. nerlens noel was in the game early. 15 points in 18 minutes. sixers win 127-118. steve mason back in practice after ills inning two games -- after missing two games
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for a medical family emergency that he said had a big impact on his mental game. theyhe'll be back in the net agt dallas. kansas royals and the toronto blue joys, the royals win it 5-0. take 1-0 series lead. don't forget, penn state ohio state on 6abc today at 8:00. have a great day! >> there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning, including "shelter me rescue of the week." >> reporter: i'm matt o'donnell this is a very hungry bella a pig and potential pet. you'll meet bella from the funny farm rescue coming up on "action news." >> plus another check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast from meteorologist chris sowers when "action news" saturday at 9:00 continues. >> reporter: happening "action
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news" saturday at 9:00 a.m. police release new details about a workplace shooting in montgomery. >> police say alcohol was involved in a dispute involving browns quarterback, johnny manzell. plus, do you have what it takes to survive terror behind the walls? we'll have a special sneak peek. first, outside we go to chris
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sowers with the accuweather forecast. get ready for chilly temperatures. >> reporter: it's cold out here, winds are kicking in, we have a breeze out of the northwest. the temperatures are in the 40s. had a in warrington. fleetwood 47. coatsville, 43. kennett square, 43. chester, 45. center city you're the warm spot 51. gandys beach 49 and woodbine 5 #. it's a pattern we typically see during the month or february. had it been january or february we would have high temperatures in the mid 20s. fortunately it's only october, as could cold as it is now it ce worse. by tuesday things will improve. if you're heading out doors one is sleeves, doesn't matter one
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of sweatshirt, jacket or coat, whatever, make sure you're bundled up. with the breeze it's 58 degrees, it will feel like the low 50s in the city and upper 40s north and west. a mixture of clouds and up sun by afternoon. even though we have crystal clear skies, the clouds increase later on and, again, it will be breeze from time to time. overnight tonight we lose the breeze and we have clear skies and the temperatures plummet. this is what we're expecting monday morning. we have temperatures close to freezing tonight and colder monday morning. this is when the killing frost and freeze could develop which would put an end to the growing season just about everywhere except the i-95 corridor from wilmington to trenton and the jersey shore. temperatures will be milder in those locations staying 34, 35, for everybody else, a killing frost and freeze is on the way. when i come back i'll have tips if you want to save the tender
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vegetation and a warm up in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. eva. >> we have information about a shooting at a montgomery county cab company it happened at montco suburban taxi in glenside. clark shot his boss because he felt he was owed money. he demanded one of the other employees cut him a check. he was arrested 90 minutes later. the boz is is -- his boss is expected to recover. police say a woman's body was pulled from the delaware river. someone spotted the body flooding around 7:00 p.m. the philadelphia marine unit retrieved the body. no word if fowl play is suspected. we have massive look of the scaffolding collapse in texas. >> reporter: new video shows the horrifying moments when the scaffolding collapsed in
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downtown houston coming down like a stack of dominoes and trapping 6 construction workers. >> i was taking a picture of the station in front of the building. we heard something, people crying and i turned around and i took the picture and the video. >> reporter: police responders were on the scene immediately pulling workers from the wreckage. many tweeted we're grateful to the first responders on the scene. the workers have significant injuries but expected to recover. houston fire department is investigating why the structure collapsed. for "good morning america" marcy gonzalez abs new york. a family spokeswoman for lamar odom said he regained consciousness and gave a thumbs up. a person close to his estranged
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wife chole kardashian said hello to her. staffers at the brothel said he spent $75,000 and was drinking and doing cocaine and taking herbal supplement. johnny manzell was arrested this weekend after speeding in a vehicle. >> three times, originally kicked the door open, came out was dragged back in, came out almost totally and was in the car and got dragged back into the car again. police say manzell said he had two alcoholic drinks earlier in the day. his girlfriend told police she
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didn't want to press charges. now the latest in the race for the white house. the next republican debate will not drag on for three hours like the last one did. donald trump and ben carson threatened to boycott if the debate was any longer. the debate will include closing statements from the participating candidates. next week, candidates for philadelphia mayor will face off in the debate for 6abc. once again we want to hear from you. you can submit your questions to jim can he kenny using #6abc ac. halloween is two weeks away, and philadelphia is home to one of the largest and scariest and highest rated haunted attractions in the country. alicia vitarelli went behind the walls at eastern state
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penitentiary to experience the terror firsthand. >> reporter: terror behind the walls is in its 25th season and scarier than ever. if you want the more intensive season you get a tracking device and mark of blood you could be grabbed, pulled and taken away into a dark corridor separated by your friends and family. the guards have lost control, the inmates have taken over. there's electricity flying through the air it's very intense. >> next stop the machine shop. >> reporter: it's gruesome. the tried it is littered with monsters. infirmary is a creepy classic
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for terror behind the walls. this is old fashion hospital where the doctors and nurses are examining you. >> you never know when you will be pulled away. and quarantined. characters come out from every corner. you might need to crawl or climb, break your way out of the prison. [laughter]. this weekend is "fyi philly's" halloween festival for "fright night" for adults and not so scary events for the kids. tune in tomorrow at 7 and at midnight. >> much more to come on "action news" at 9:00. a new record set in space, how one astronaut is making history.
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and in "healthcheck," meet the trainer who is helping people get back on their feet after cancer. plus the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" returns.
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astronaut kelly has broken the record with the most time spent in space 383 days, kelly whose twin brother was an astronaut. he will set a record for the longest single u.s. space
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mission. he tweeted his 3500 -- 500-plus days will be exceeded by someone who goes to mars. >> reporter: that's something i never wanted to do. let's talk about the cold that's on the way. the breeze is kicking in. temperatures are in the 40s right now. you combine the two it feels like the low 40s. you need to bundle up. there's a couple of people out there with the tennis ball. nice little forehand. the breeze will pick up ten to 20 miles per hour out of the northwest. good news we'll keep the radars crystal clear, not expecting moisture today. maybe a brief pop-up shower tomorrow. 58 degrees that's the expected high temperature later on. which is 8 degrees below average. 45 was the morning low which is
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3 degrees below average. overnight tonight we'll go lower to that as the temperatures get close to the freezing mark. reading, 47. allentown, 46. they are still in the 30s in the poconos. trenton, 47. dover, millville, 50 degrees. wilmington, showing 48. satellite and radar showing the clouds starting to increase now from the northwest you're seeing the puffy cumulus clouds develop across the lehigh valley. all this will start to fill in as the day wears on. you'll see a few more hours of bright sunshine, clouds and sun by afternoon. here's future tracker 64:30, combination of sun and clouds later on. clear overnight tonight, winds diminish, that allows the temperatures to drop like a rock. tomorrow morning we'll start out with sunshine just like what you're seeing now. the clouds quickly roll back in again, one or two areas could see a brief shower before it rolls out. most of us will stay dry sunday
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afternoon. temperatures tomorrow morning, you can see how cold we'll get, below freezing for the north western suburbs. the model may be two or three degrees too cold right now. but this is cold considering the time of the year. same thing for the pine barrens, southern new jersey, millville, vineland, 33, 34. tomorrow afternoon, increased cloud cover, 50 degrees, outlying suburbs in the upper 40s. sunday night into monday, that's more like december. 28 in reading. allentown, the model has you down to 26. poconos 27. trenton, 29 and millville, about 32 degrees, over the next few nights it's important if there's anything outdoors that you want to protect from the cold weather bring it inside. any vegetables, bring them indoors, they will not survive. tropical plants like palms bring them indoors. disconnect the hoses, once we
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get the cold air that will put a end to the growing season throughout the area. clouds and sun, breezy, 58 degrees is the forecasted high. winds out of the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour partly cloudy and cold overnight tonight. 31 degrees outlying suburbs, 39 for center city. if you're heading to the link, the undefeated temple owls set to do battle against central florida who don't have a win yet. temple is a 21 1/2 point favor. kickoff temperature, 7:30, 50. in the 4th quarter, 45. windchills in the upper 30s, low 40s bundle up. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, chilly as we head into sunday, sunshine, increase in clouds, though, 53. one or two areas see a brief shower. sunny and cool monday, 54. if you're heading to the link monday night football game, eagles and giant. the weather will be chilly for that, as well. no breeze. 56 tuesday, wednesday and thursday, hello, looks like
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nothing even happened we're back in the 70s. >> i'm happy about that. this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" success story is the farm animal who found a perfect new home thanks to the shelter that rescued him, matt o'donnell that has the sto. >> reporter: knuckles is right where he belongs. seeing him in his new home he is the king. the lone roost at her among ten hens. >> he moves very fast, he uses his wings to balance. >> reporter: knuckles is one of the adoptions made by the funny farm animal rescue and sanctuary. >> we can provide them a forever home until they pass. >> reporter: the 15-acre farm has grown since we visited in november. >> we have visitors and follows and we can help more. . visitors can meet daisy a
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thousand pound hog and george her pot belly pal. the farm is filled with 200 animals. there's tee -- t-bone a steer who was meant to be slaughtered. and baby turkey abandoned by her mother. wilbur was found emaciated on the side of the road. >> he has put on a lot of weight. >> reporter: they live happily on the farm. >> even though they fight they get along. >> reporter: this is bella a 3-year-old pot belly pig. someone bought her as a pet but didn't realize she get big. if you're interested in bella or any of the animals visit funny farm website. if you would like to share your
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shelter success stories use the #6abc shelter me. tell us where you adopted the pellets and what they mean to you. we'll be featuring your story on up coming editions of "shelter me rescue of the week." good saturday morning to
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you, sky6 live hd taking a live look over philadelphia international for us. it is 53 degrees outside right now, but it's going to be a chilly one, meteorologist chris sowers saying we could see frost in parts of the area on the grass this weekend. here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. roll up your sleeves and head to the jersey shore to help clean up the dunes after the storms that rolled through a few weeks ago. volunteers are needed to clean up beach dunes and litter and trim the grass in atlantic city. the event is underway at south new hampshire avenue and then it moves to south maine avenue and down the beach. you can help protect
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community cats and honor a fallen police officer at a community cat housing making event in wilmington. it's in honor and memory of firefighter who died in the line of duty. it's being held on germay drive in wilmington. breast cancer treatment is always he -- evolving. fitness is a big part of feeling better and beat the odds against a recurrence. monica malpass explains. >> reporter: lynn said breast cancer was caught early, but it was a very aggressive type, after surgery she needed intense treatment. >> i want through four cycles of chemo therapy.
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and i finished the key chemo in march. after that i began radiation. after that she had no cancer, but she also had no energy. she wanted to bring her energy up to bring her weight down. she started 8 week cancer fitness program. it's personalized for each person's need. >> upper body soreness. >> reporter: weight gain is a concern it's common for women who have chemo therapy to gain, 5, 15, 25 pounds in a year. >> your body is in different shape than before you started. >> reporter: she starts patients slowly and gradually raising the time and intensity. she said the gym time increased her energy and that motivated
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her to come back. >> the more you come into do this the faster you move on and go back to normal life. >> reporter: exercise decreases the risk that cancer will come back. like many patients, lynn has stayed on past 8 weeks. >> you run your life or your life runs you. i'm running my life. monica malpass channel 6 "action news." >> meteorologist chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. stay with us we'll be right back. >> just got to get through the
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weekend. >> reporter: actually, monday is cool, too. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, breezy and chilly, 58 degrees, with the
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wind it will feel five or six degrees cooler than the actual air temperature. sunday, chilly, increasing clouds, 53 degrees, the suburbs hanging out in the upper 40s. you'll have a windchill to deal with. monday, 54. tuesday we start to pull out of it wednesday and thursday, nice 72 and 70. mostly sunny skies. >> this is the world's rarest and most dangerous fresh water crocodile is at the san francisco zoo from singapore. they are characterized by their long narrow snouts and threatened by a loss of swamp forest habitat in southeast asia. >> jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next.
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we'll be bobbing tomorrow morning at 6:00. here's some of the stories we're working on. you have a picky eater? we'll have a talk about that. we have a preview of the new film, the last windchill -- witch hunter. for chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim.
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announcer: "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. jack: hi, everyone. i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." a lot of baby animals are cute and cuddly, but only a select few get to be called cubs. oh, look at them playing. today we've got bear cubs... i knew we'd see some bears but never expected to see a mother and three baby bears. lion cubs... he says i'm not letting go of this, buddy. even little hyena cubs. benson: it's a tiny one over there, maybe a week old. jack: look at him! you're right! and later my blooper of the week. so stick around to see our collection of cute cubs on

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