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video of the incidence that unfolded on a court during a basketball game. the coach also a teacher placed on leave and could face disciplinary action. walter perez is following the story and is live tonight outside of neshaminy high school with more. >> as you mentioned the coach is suspended from his coaching and teacher here at neshaminy high school, his fate will be decided after the school district thoroughly reviewed this case. >> things got heat the last night at the pennsbury-neshaminy basketball game. >> oh, jerry divine bumps the official. >> there is question if a chest bump or head butt or both. but this video shows coach jerry divine making contact with the referee. the superintendant says she
doesn't like what she saw on the video. >> was disappointed. we are held to a higher standard and responsible for teaching children and how to respond in difficult situations, and teaching students what it means to be good sports man. >> the commentator says that he was coaching these games for years and was the first time he ever saw him lose his composure, i don't think he intended to the knock the referee to the ground but he made contact and that is never acceptable. >> and the students say he is a favorite at the high school. >> i played for him tore three years and i like him and he is a good coach and he probably just got caught in the moment. >> you never hear anything bad or negative towards him. he is a good guy. >> meanwhile, officials from the
inter scholastic association says they will wait to see how the school district handles this before they take action. >> he is automatically suspended for the next game but certainly we'll look to the school to go above and beyond that in reference to the coach. >> now, we tried reaching out to coach divine and the referee in the case and as of tonight no criminal charge have been filed. >> walter thank you. developing news now, another raging fire has erupted in bucks county, chopper 6 hd was over buckingham township at swamp road. a house was consumed by flames in the last 30 minutes or so, we are working to find out if anyone was hurt. less than an hour earlier a
massive fire broke out in plumstead township, chopper 6 hd was over this scene on burnt house hill road. so far no reports of any injuries. turning to accuweather now, it feels a bit warmer outside tonight compared to the freezing way we started the work week, hey cecily. >> everything is relative, a cold morning and we had a windchill factor below zero, and philadelphia dropped down to 18 degrees, reading 9 and wilmington 14 and the atlantic city airport 10. be winds are beginning to shift to the southwest and making it to 40 in philadelphia, that is the average high for this time of year, if you look at the eastern half of the country, there is no arctic air even bismark, north dakota 24 degrees and that is not bad for this
time of year. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing as you look across the ohio valley there are clouds streaming in and as we warm up we'll see more clouds moving in and i amtr tracking a storm ove the weekend and this is not a snow storm, tomorrow 4 degrees warmer than today and friday 5 degrees warmer and saturday 10 degrees warmer and sun a whopping 17 degrees warmer. this is what is ahead a warm weekend with temperatures in the 50s but sunday a soaking rain especially the first half of the day, and what happens behind this system it opens the door for another dose of cold air to come this week possibly with the first snowflakes of the season, we'll talk about that in the accuweather forecast. >> we'll talk again soon, temperatures begin to warm up, check back with 6abc.com/weather for updates, with street level
forecasting from storm tracker 6 live. and police have a mystery on their hands when city workers founds skeletal remains in a vacant lot. on the 400 lot of east cambria street, they have not determined if the remains are male or female. the cause of death remains under investigation. police in upper darby identified the man killed in clifton heights. they said that david zolo charged at them with a knife and they tried to subdue him with a taser, and that did not work, they fired two shots and killed him at the scene. his family says he long struggled with mental health issues and police were called to his home nine times since 2007. a 60-year-old chester county man is facing serious allegations tonight, police say he sexually abused a young
family member over the course of several years, sara bloomquist is live in paoli this evening outside of the suspect's house with more. >> reporter: rick, this is where charles robinson lives with his wife and has adopted and biological children, no sign of him here today, but he is due in court in newtown square early tomorrow morning to face charges he sexually abused a young family member for years and now police want to know if there are other victims. 60-year-old charles robinson faces charges including deviant intercourse of a child. police say he repeatedly molested a young family member. and recently the victim came forward to tell investigators what happened. starting at around age 13. >> the victim lived in turmoil,
this is one heck of a thing to carry around with you and then it came to the forefront and mr. robinson knows he is in trouble. >> investigators say he groomed the victim first massages and then the sex act. >> progressively worse until robinson tried to get into the shower with the victim and into bed with the victim and progressed to the point where it was unbearable for the victim. >> hello i'm looking for mr. robinson. >> at his home in paoli, a teenage boy answered the door and said he would be home later. >> neighbors say the family moved into the house a few weeks ago and police want to know if i victimized others because of his affiliations with church and youth groups. >> an affiliation with boy
scouts and youth groups and involved with many programs. >> robinson was also involved with adoption services at church of the savior located in wayne, robinson was arrested on new years eve which happens to be his birthday, a family member posted his $100,000 bail and he is expected to testify at his initial court appearance tomorrow morning. i'm sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." >> sara thank you. philadelphia mayor jim kenney has once again addressed the controversy over the mummers parade. it sparked new calls for change after comics strutted in brown face and others performed an exit-about caitlyn jenner, it's just some proposals under consideration for kenney's administration, it's about education and explaining to people you may not understand
that you do things that are offensive to people, whether you meant to or not it offends them. the mummers parade is a celebration of family and competition and celebration of the new year and steeped in great tradition. making people feel bad about who they are is not part of the mummers tradition. >> he made the comments following an inter faith prayer service, reestablish leaders blessed the city under kenney's new leadership. if there is one thing that will melt a january winter chill outside it's power ball fever, tonight there are 500 million reasons to buy a ticket but the clock is ticking, the big drawing is less than five hours away for a jackpot that reached a half billion dollars, one of the biggest jackpots in u.s. history. you can imagine the ticket buying frenzy throughout the delaware valley today. gray hall is live with more.
>> reporter: hi rick, $500 million, a whole lot of money and even if you don't gamble it's enough to make you at least think about it. look at the line here at beer guys in havertown, it's steady all day, i can tell you this everyone that walks away, walk as way with one thing in mind, they think they have the winning ticket. >> i'll get more eclairs. >> with $500 million up for grabs, everyone is feeling the power ball frenzy and making plans what to do with the cash. >> i'm just going to spend it. >> how about that? >> i would buy a casino in atlantic city and pull a whole bunch of people back to work and the rest would go into real estate. >> i would give to charity all right. charity is what it's all about. >> people are spending their 2
there's for a ticket, praying their day will come when the winning numbers are announced. >> that is deaf tately the winner. >> the sad reality is not everyone can win and the odds are not in your favor. >> the odds are very, very little, you know better chance of getting struck by lightning but if you don't play you can't win. >> the odds are one in 300 million, and there are other payouts that could make you rich. pennsylvania is the winning estate for power balls with 17 winning tickets since 2002 and there is only one way to make thattreme a reality. >> you have to play. if you don't play you won't win. you got to take a chance. it could be you. >> reporter: back out live it could be you, folks are still
here at beer guys buying tickets and the pennsylvania lottery said they were sold at a rate of 4200 per minute. and you have until 9:59 tonight that is the cutoff to buy the ticket and keep in mind if no one wins tonight. more good news the jackpot gets even bigger. gray hall, channel 6 "action news." >> good luck, thank you. still to come on "action news" this evening, a family supported by charity is now losing their new home. we'll have an update on the couple whose child waez found wandering in love park. and a local department mourns a beloved member of the force, the loss of a k-9 that served for 10 years. ducis rogers has the latest on the eagles coaching search in sports.
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lacavalier to the kings for players. and the flyers are not having a great season but claude giroux is having a good year named to his fourth all-star team that is august 31st in nashville. a three game tournament of three on three hockey. to basketball the sixers reached in their past to help their future. elton brand was brought back to the team no familiar faces aside from jaime apody. >> you feel old with these kids out here. i'm old. nba old for sure. he is close in able to head coach, brett brown as he is to his teammates, that is why elton brand is back in a sixers uniform. >> his mind is a-plus and his purpose and collective understanding of why he is here is a-plus, he is a veteran. >> brand brought here not for what he can bring on the court
but what he can teach off it. specifically as a mentor for jahlil okafor. >> we want to make the city proud. if something is 50/50 think about going the other way how the city will react and the area will react. you are representing this region. >> brand thought his playing days were well behind him, he was full-time dad mode to his 3 and 7-year-old, what does he think will happen with atlanta his former team? >> maybe call some plays out i know their plays. but if i do dress, i'll see what i got. >> with the sixers jaime apody, channel 6 "action news." >> moments ago baseball's hall-of-fame announced the class
of 2016, mike piazza gets in finally and ken griffey, he earned 80% of the vote. curt shilling only had 52% and you needed 75 to get in and hall-of-fame induction is july 24th in coppers town. >> thank you. coming up cecily tynan has your accuweather forecast. i'm neil patrick harris and new york is my home. no place has more world class culture. come winter, i can't wait to visit our must-see collections of art and superb photography and film. new york has beautifully restored theaters, that are now important centers for the performing arts. and museums that preserve the glories of the past. winter in new york state means more great things to do than ever. plan your trip at iloveny.com
meteorologist, cecily tynan is here now with a changing forecast for the better. >> you don't like it coal. but some people like it cold. >> they can would up north. >> stormtracker 6 live double scan showing that we have got another dry day, and the accuweather highlights show you that yes we have climbed out of
the deep freeze and the past two afternoons temperatures made it into the low 30s and we bumped it up to 40 degrees, and in the meantime, we remain snow free than is putting us in the history books, january 6th is the latest in the seasons as philadelphia records the latest trace of snow, so when we first see the flakes that will be the new record and there is an opportunity for the middle of the next week for a few snow showers, it's dry and cold and philadelphia 33 degrees and seasonably cold and allentown 32 and reading 32 and millville down to 24 degrees and the poconos currently 28. satellite 6 along with action radar showing we have high pressure in control and there are clouds working through the ohio valley and as we head through the week it will be clouding up and we have tracking a powerful storm moving in california right now and they
are reporting tornado warnings in san diego county, very unusual and this is a storm system that is moving in here on sunday. and this is cutting to the west and that is a rain storm a cold night but not as brutal, allentown 14 and cape may 27 and wilmington 22 degrees, tomorrow high pressure is in control and a coastal low that is moving out to sea and what this does is provide us sinking air, a nice day, partly sunny and temperatures 4 degrees above average and friday a day of transition, we start the day with sunshine and then the warm front gets closer it will be clouding up and the high 45 degree, the front lifts to the north on saturday and the low that is moving in saturday night into sunday morning, that brings us a soaking rain, the exclusive
accuweather forecast, nice tomorrow and a mixture of sun and clouds and 44 and zap it clouds up and mostly cloudy with a mild high of 50 and sunday looking like a soaking rain could get a half inch to inch of rain and 57 degrees and a warm day and behind that system it turns colder on monday and wednesday 36 with a possibility of a flurry or snow shower today is the 20th anniversary of the blizzard of 96 and you remember it well, wednesday won't be anything like that. just a clipper. >> thank you cecily, abc world news is next on channel 6, and "action news" continues at 10:00 on phl 17. and then join us for "action news" at 11:00 here on 6 abc. well see you here at 11:00.
tonight, the world headline. north korea claiming they have tested a hydrogen bomb. tonight, the seismic activity. the announcement on north korean state tv. the bravado, celebrating the detonation. but this evening, what the white house is now saying. the weather emergency here at home. the storms hitting, one right after the other. cars submerged. the restaurant wall caving in. customers screaming, and we're there. the new turn tonight. there is now a criminal investigation into an outbreak at chipotle. more than 230 customers sickened at one restaurant alone. the showdown over the pat-down. the 10-year-old girl and the tsa search at the airport. her father recording the whole thing. tonight, he's furious. and, powerball fever across this country.