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hospitalize. the next coach of the philadelphia eagles we are anxiously awaiting to hear from the man whole begin a new era for the birds. arctic blast, get ready for the temperatures to plummet. chris sowers is here with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. it's going to be cold. >> reporter: the big story will be the arctic express that arrives overnight tonight and sets up the coldest air mass of the season so far monday into tuesday. in the meantime, we get you outside and look over the shore there. we see cape may. it's nice and quiet. we see clouds increase and we'll see snow showers developing, as well. double scan live you can see the moisture approaching from the south. there is another coastal storm that developed around the peninsula of florida. that's like the tallahassee area. that will continue to pull to the north even work off the coast of the carolinas. the heaviest moisture will work
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out to sea. some of this will push farther to the north an get into philadelphia, millville and cape may and delaware, as well. there could be a slushy accumulation in cumberland, cape may and atlantic counties, maybe just a coating that would be about it. temperatures will be above freezing so we're not worried about any slick spots out there, just a little bit of light snow flying for some of us. 37 degrees by 10:00 a.m. lunchtime, 38. 2:00 p.m., 389. back down to 36 forecasting a high of 40 degrees. here's the colder changes waiting in the wings. we'll talk about how cold it will get around here in the seven-day forecast and the potential for coastal storm by week's end. we're following breaking news this morning, two employees have been shot at a north philadelphia homeless shelter, one of them has died. it happened on the 2600 block of broad street at 6:00 a.m. police say they were called to the station house transitional
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shelter after two employees were shot. they say a man who was kicked out of the short two nights ago returned to pick up his belongings and got into an argument with an employee. a suspect pulled out a gun and fired. one employee has died. one is in stable condition. we'll have a live report at 10:00 a.m. 9:02 from our delaware newsroom, 6 people, five children are being treated for carbon monoxide poisoning it happened in bear last night. when fire crews arrived they found elevated levels of carbon monoxide in the building. all six people were taken to christiana hospital for treatment. investigators are looking at whether a portable generator used without electricity is responsible. police are investigating a stabbing that left a man in critical condition. it happened on the unit block of reid avenue in wilmington last
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night. police used k-9 units to search for a suspect, but no arrests have been made. philadelphia police arrested a man wanted in a thanksgiving day murder, but the search continues for another suspect. word of the arrest came a day after the vigil was held for the victim ryan kelly. jeff chirico has the details. we have him off the street so he won't do this to another family. >> reporter: news of the capture of ryan kelly's alleged killer brought family and friends together to celebrate. with heavy hearts and ryan's name on their chest they remembered the 21-year-old who always had a smile. he was a positive person. ryan was a wonderful boy, he was kind hearted. he would do anything for you. >> reporter: kelly was robbed and gunned down just a block from the home he shared with his parents in port richmond. police are looking for these two men seen in a surveillance image at a td bank where they tried to
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use a stolen atm calendar. it was a robbery gone bad. though didn't get nothing off him and shot him in cold blood. >> reporter: the arrest comes after the vigil to remember kelly. while his father said he is pleased one suspect was caught, he won't rest until the other is behind bars. they know his name. he might as well turn himself in because they will get him. >> reporter: again, police arrested david ramos junior he is facing murder and robbery and other related charges. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." this morning a family is homeless after an overnight fire on the 4600 block of g street in juniata park section. nobody was hurt, but a family of five is out of a home. the red cross is helping the family with a temporary place to live. this weekend firefighters in delaware county battling a fire inside an apartment
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building. this happened saturday morning at the foxcroft terrace apartment in yeadon. ten families were force to do leave their homes because of this. when firefighters arrived at the scene they found flames coming from the third floor apartment. crews got to the scene just in time to rescue a woman from her unit. she was covered in pitch black smoke and in the fetal position as if she was asleep. investigators say the fire started in the kitchen of the woman's apartment. there's information in the case of animal cruelty in bucks county. bucks county spca is offering two thousand dollars for the arrest and conviction of the person who shot a cat with a nail gun. it happened on january 3 in doylestown. there's been an outpouring of support for the cat from around the company. the feline was found with nails in his head cheek and hip.
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sadly the injuries were so bad the cat had to be euthanized. former district attorney bruce castor has been called as a defense witness for a hearing next month. he stated that cosby's deposition in a civil case would never be used him. the current d.a. said he is unaware of any signed immunitity agreement. resolution has council has concluded that the mayor is no longer an effective leader and no longer carry out the duties of his office. this comes in the wake of the fbi probe of government contracting in allentown. three city leaders pleaded
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guilty to federal climbs. the mayor has not commented about the resolution, he has not been charged and denies any wrong doing. a new report is recommending spending consults for cash-strapped atlantic city. they recommend consolidating and private government functions. saving lives initiative that was unveiled five months ago, evesham township free designated driver program provides a ride home from any of the businesses that serve alcohol. officials say the program has far exceeded expectations with nearly 1,000 people being driven home since december. the program has extended to june. 9:07. tomorrow, the nation will over martin luther king junior day
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many will keep his legacy alive by giving back to the community. tomorrow marks the 21st martin luther king day of service. 140,000 volunteers will take part in the event. there are 1800 projects planned throughout the delaware valley. in the next half-hour we'll talk to the founder of the signature event and let you know how you can get involved. we're waiting word from the eagles organization that doug pederson will become the next coach. the official announcement had to wait until the kansas chiefs finished their playoff run. of course that happened last night. now the chief's offensive coordinator under the former head coach andy reid will be heading back to philadelphia. he was the quarterback before the donovan mcnabb era began. fans here had mix reaction about
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his hiring. i think it is bone-head move for the eagles to higher him. he deserves it, he was a great pick for kansas, great offensive coordinator. of course, "action news" will be there when the official announcement is made. stay with "action news" and 6abc.com for the latest on the beginning of the pederson era with the eagles. no shortage of opinions. much more to come on "action news." making it easier to get to the jersey shore this summer. one shore town changes how to get a beach tag. strong storms leave a wave of damage in southern florida overnight. sky6 live hd taking you right here to wilmington, delaware. looks nice out there, but you need to prepare for the cold. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a bit.
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glad you stayed with us, two people are dead and four children were hurt after tornados ripped through a number of homes. the storm that swept through the area destroyed a home and severely damaged others. the line of strong to severe thunderstorms was expected to move through central and south florida this morning with the threat of more tornados. in our area, the hl is the
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arctic -- the headline is the arctic blast heading our way. >> reporter: today is colder, it's no picnic today, but it's going to be cold monday into tuesday. we top out in the upper 30s and tomorrow we struggle to reach the mid 20s. it's going to be really, really cold. in the meantime we have you zoomed into spring mountain we have a 16 to 28 base now. they have been able to make snow over the last few days thanks to the colder temperatures and mother nature will cooperate over the next week as we see the colder air mass of the season pour on in. double scan live shows moisture popping up to the south. we're seeing ice pellets or flurries across dover, delaware. cape may you'll see flurries, as well. 37 in reading, allentown, 33. 28 degrees in the poconos. 34 in trenton.
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35 in millville. 35 is the number for wilmington with a windchill of 31. 34 in reading, 34 in philadelphia. 23 in the poconos. 29 in trenton and 35 degrees is what it feels like in millville. here's satellite and radar, the arctic front is out to the west that's marching east ward swiftly. it should get in here after midnight tonight. this system has developed out ahead of the front and work off the coast of the virginias. you can see how far 0 north the western edge of this extends. it is in the baltimore and washington, d.c. metro areas now. if anyone will pick up accumulation here's cape may county and sussex county, delaware. this area might see a coating on grassy surfaces. it won't stick to road surfaces temperatures are in the upper
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30s. you could see a brief coating before the pulls away. we're looking at snow showers across south jersey and delaware, a few flurries for the city of philadelphia. the arctic front plunges in the overnight hours, tomorrow, tuesday, brutal around the philadelphia area. windchills are getting a little bit better. we were close to 50 below a couple of hours ago at international falls. 34 below in souix falls it is that air mass that heading toward the delaware valley. 2:00 p.m., snow showers across south jersey and delaware won't amount to all that much. same thing across the western suburbs. you can see how quickly it races out of here by 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. skies will brighten up a bit. a snow shower might arrive after midnight. tomorrow, sun and clouds, icy colds with windchills in the single digits first thing
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tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon it doesn't get all that better. 13 in philadelphia. ten in reading, 1 in the poconos. 9 in allentown. tuesday morning will be the worst of it where the windchills could drop below zero. 8 below in the poconos. 2 below in reading, 1 below in lancaster. use your common sense over the next couple of days make sure all the extremities are covered. wear the gloves and hats and keep warm. 37 in the lehigh valley, mostly cloudy and colder. windchills in the low 30s. jersey shore expect to see a few flakes around, snow flurries cloudy skies 38 in atlantic city. philadelphia, 40 degrees, cloudy skies, colder, flurries possible winds out of the northwest at 35 to 10 miles per hour. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, we have a couple of 20s coming up here. 28 tomorrow, 29 tuesday. both days will feature windchills in the single digits and teens. wednesday not as harsh, 38.
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thursday, 39. friday and saturday, boy does this look interesting. this is is a coastal storm, the modeling has it coming up the coast and bringing us snow. i love when you talk about the 50s and 60s. >> reporter: march is coming. i like you, i don't love you. >> reporter: we'll work on it. now from the new jersey newsroom it's hard to think about a beach day, but ventnor is discussing the idea of allowing electronic purchases. we'll be right back.
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virus. they are directing funds to create the vaccine. the virus which is spread through mosquito bites has been linked to a surge in birth defects. there are tricks to help you lose the weight and help you keep it off for good. ali gorman talks to a psychologist about what works and a local chef who is enjoying the results. >> reporter: inside 26 north byob. chef mike is cooking himself a healthy and tasty meal. it doesn't have to be plain to be healthy. >> reporter: he uses spices and oil and puts small portions in containers so he is ready to eat throughout the day. as a chef he is always around food and works late hours.
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it led to weight gain. a year ago he weighed 390 pounds. he has since lost 160. i feel good. >> reporter: how did he do it? he started with exercise, he began taking thai, he fell in love with it. soon he was working out five days a week and he changed his diet. i cut off fat food. >> reporter: he consult -- cut out white carbohydrates and focused on lean proteins and healthy fats and carbs. now the goal is to keep the weight off. maintaining the weight loss is not a matter of will power. after you have lost a dramatic amount of weight, your body will try to hang on every
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calorie you have. >> reporter: a study shows people who keep weight off long term are more likely to track their food every day. they are monitoring what they eat. >> reporter: mike plans out all his meals and he stays motivated by remembering the past. thinking back to how uncomfortable i was. >> reporter: he went back to school to the drexel food science program and has a better understanding how different foods affect the body. to maintain weight loss, they eat breakfast everyday and step on a scale once a week and they have support from a group, a trainer or dietician. ali gorman channel 6 "action news." out treatment
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everyone, 9:25 sunday morning, here's a look at the day planner. lots of clouds expected today. a cooler afternoon. yesterday we topped out in the mid 50s. 1:00 p.m., 39 windchills in the low 30s, there could flurries or snow showers around. 3:00 p.m., 38. 5:00 p.m., 36 degrees the snow shower activity is pulling away at that point. could be a coastal storm in the ladder portions of the upcoming week here. the cold air is starting to pull away, and then this storm develops out of the gulf of mexico. it will start to pull north. the question is, does it come up the coast or go out. if it comes up there could be enough cold air in place where we have snow troubles on the
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way. we'll watch friday into saturday closely. it's a long way out, the only reason i'm mentioning it is moisture-loaded storm and it will pack quite a punch. it's something to monitor closely as it gets closer and closer. there's a new proposal for lawmakers in hawaii to help the homeless. a state senator wants to a grass shack that would provide shelter and get them off the streets. why not rely on something of our own tradition. the bill may ask for public or private land for the village style homes to be built on. some question whether the idea is appropriate. celine die on has suffered -- dion has suffered another devastating loss.
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after losing her husband to cancer, her brother lost his battle with cancer on thursday, he was 59 years old. director george miller said mad max is not done yet. he picked up a nomination for best director mad max if if you. a quote said he was done with the franchise, while it may not be his next film, he has two more stories to tell. tomorrow we mark mlk's birthday we have ideas how to take part in the community service projectiles to keep dr. king's legacy alive.
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michael more leads a rally in flint michigan as the city gets an emergency declaration from the white house. those stories and meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" continues.
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heading home five americans freed from iran are on
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the their way back to america. the search continues for 12 missing marines off the coast of hawaii. one is from our area. get ready for a bitter blast from old man winter. meteorologist chris sowers is outside with a look at accuweather. this can be the coldest day of the season. >> reporter: it more than likely will be the coldest day of the season. windchills will not get out of the single digits. a bitter shot of arctic air heading this way. 37 degrees in philadelphia. today is colder. we had a cold front push through already and the second one will swing through after midnight tonight. 34 in reading, 34 in trenton and 35 in millville. going a little bit wider it's cold to the west but not too bad in pittsburgh, 28 degrees. buffalo, 29 and charleston, west virginia, 31. you go farther to the west, look what's going on across the great
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lake. it's 6 below in green bay. 24 below in international falls with a windchill of 40 below. one in chicago, windchill of 18 broa. below. anne 20 in indianapolis with ten below. we have cloud cover in place and snow showers approaching from the south. you see that circle across cumberland, cape may and atlantic counties in south jersey and sussex county where you could pick up a small coating on the grassy surfaces. the roads will be wet, sidewalks, parking lots they will stay wet. you'll see it on grassy surfaces, the top of your car. this will not last long, a couple of hours ever flurries or brief snow shower. the system quickly moves on its way. 40 degrees is the high in philadelphia. when i come back i'll talk about
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the biting cold air in the seven-day forecast and when it sticks around. 9:32 the time, five americans who were held prisoner in iran are on their way back to the u.s. this is as economic sanks sanks -- sanctions in iran were lifted. richard cantu has details. >> reporter: five americans homeward bound. within hours of the deal, international inspectors certified iran kept the nuclear deal brokered by the united states ending years of western economic embargoes. the united states and the eu will lift nuclear related sanctions. >> reporter: secretary of state john kerry insisted this was not a quid pro quo, but claimed
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diplomacy eased the way for the prisoner shop. two americans included the washington post reporter, and pastor pastor saeed abedini who spent time in the prison where they were allegedly subjected to beatings and solitary confinement and psychologic abuse. four americans were released including a student who was arrested a few months ago. americans dropped arrest warrants against 7 iranians. the agreement does not include robert leave vinson who -- levinson who disappeared during a visit to iran. his fate is unknown. richard cantu 6abc. philadelphia police are looking for a suspect in a
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deadly shooting in the frank formed section. a man between 35 and 40 years old was shot twice. he was rushed to temple university hospital where he died from his wounds. records show connection between drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman and an actress who assisted sean penn in getting the interview with the drug lower. fbi are trying to determine if guzman has connected to the actress. guzman wanted a movie about himself. an attacker detonated explosives at 10:30 a.m. average time. there is no word on whether the politician is among the dead. the compound was crowded with
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guests invited to a family event. an american was killed in an attack by al qaeda extremist at a west african hotel. the siege went on for more than 12 hours, 23 people were killed. among the dead, an american missionary. 125 other people were freed. the islamic state now being accused of carrying out a slaughter of 300 people in a syrian city. this is video of isis fighters the report indicates most of the victims in the eastern city were women and children. opposition activists say the victims were family members of syrian soldiers also killed. we know that two marines from pennsylvania are among missing after two helicopters collided off the coast of hawaii. high winds and waves are complicating the search. each and every e each helicopter
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was carrying 6 marines when the choppers collided. ryan kennedy of philadelphia and adam schloer of adams county. documentary filmmaker michael more has weighted in on the water crisis in his hometown of flint michigan. this is not a natural disaster. this is not a mistake. moore was part of a crowd of several hundred protesters that called for the running nation of the governor. he contends that state leaders knew all along the drinking water from the flint rivera had toxic levels of lead in it. the national guard is providing emergency water for folks living there. hundreds of abortion protesters marched down the streets of dallas, texas. the decision of row roe versus e
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was handed down january 22, 1973. protesters walked past the darls federal court -- dallas federal court building where the case was first argument. the woman who the case was about is now an outspoken person on abortion. the three presidential candidates face off tonight before the iowa caucuses. bernie sanders and hillary clinton and martin o'malley will debate tonight. the race in the iowa has turned into a dead heat. tonight will show sharp disagreements between the two candidates. republican presidential candidates have spent part weekend talking about the prisoner swamp. donald trump and marco rubio
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voiced their relief, but criticized the obama administration for how it handled the situation. 9:38 there is more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news." a call to service how you can take part in hundreds of projects around the city to honor the late reverend martin luther king. luke skywalker goes to the matt with his fans against bogus autographs. looking live at the philadelphia international airport. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we're getting bitterly cold. we'll be right back.
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luke skywalker himself is coming to the diswens -- defense
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star wars fans. he said he is tired seeing so many fans victimized. certificate of awe authenticity would be required and his customers would be entitled to as much as ten times the cost of the forgery in civil court. time for the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. cold is coming. >> reporter: force is coming. may the force be with you, the cold. >> reporter: looking live over the ben franklin bridge, you can see the cloud cover rolling in. clouds roll in and thicken keeping the temperatures fairly chilly. we started out at 36 degrees and we climbed one degree since sunrise. with all the clouds overhead it will be difficult to see the temperatures increase. double scan live shows moisture working out to sea. this is the northern fringes of another coastal storm that developed over the last 24
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hours. that system will work off the carolina coast. the northern edge could get to northern and central delaware and portions of south jersey providing those areas with snow showers this afternoon and flurries, maybe a small accumulation just a small coating on grassy surfaces that would be it. all the roads would be wet because the temperatures are well above freezing. 37 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint 20. winds out of the north at 8 miles per hour. windchills in the low to mid 30s. exception being the poconos, feeling like 23 degrees. 29 in trenton, 21 for wilmington an philadelphia. we're seeing a 24 how are temperature change. that's because of the front that swept through last night while we were sound asleep. the second one is getting ready to push through cleveland. there's the leading edge of that line, the arctic front. this front is moving so quickly
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it is shoving this system out to sea, that's why this guy is not coming up. it is pushing out, this system is bumping it out, like a game of billiards it is not allowing the storm to come up the coastline or we would be talking about the snow today. we'll see snow showers or flurries this afternoon. 8:00 p.m. skies clear from west to east that's when the temperatures starting point to plunge as the arctic front pulls through. tomorrow morning, sunshine, clouds increase in the afternoon, the air aloft is so cold. this is a lake-effect snow streamer by 4:30 in the afternoon coming off lake erie, it will extend in the poconos and portions of north jersey that's incredible to see a lake-effect snow streerm extend that far -- streamer, extend that far east.
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22 in philadelphia. 19 in reading. 18 in allentown. by afternoon, 27 or 28 degrees in philadelphia. 24 or 25 across the western suburbs. and then we get into tuesday morning, and really the numbers continue to crash. everybody teens area wide. millville, 17. 14 in allentown. 10 in the poconos. 16 in trenton. most places will feel like zero or close to zero degrees. day planner, lunchtime, 38 degrees. 2:00 p.m., same thing shooting for a high of 40. reading, 38. allentown, 37. cloudy and colder, 54 was yesterday's high, expect to see flurries around, overnight tonight, turning sharply colder, 18 in allentown, 19 this reading. 22 for philadelphia as the arctic front arrives a brief snow shower could occur. it should not last all that long. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 28 degrees for tomorrow, 29 for tuesday, windy and cold, windchills getting a little bit better
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single digits likely on monday. teens likely on tuesday with the wind. we start to pull out of it late week. could be a coastal storm friday and saturday. this could be the coldest air by far. and we'll be tracking the storm. you can find a live look at storm tracker 6 live at any time head to 6abc.com/weather. your time 9:45. local high schoolers danced the night away to raise money for the fight against childhood cancers. makes you want to dance. bonner catholic high school held a mini thon. more than $17,700 was raised for the four diamonds fund penn state hershey children's hospital. it is $5,000 more than last year. we're back after this.
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i had nothing to give. we had nothing in the refrigerator. i would be dead and not sitting here right now if it wasn't for pond lehocky. they're bad breath, bad hair and a bad case of the mondays. and organized wardrobes that help you pull it together. they're showering, shaving, and shuffling. and bathrooms that get big families out the door. they're number ones, number twos, and a number of ideas for three. life's morning madness. and comfortable, organized bed and bathrooms that make them better.
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with us, 9:48 tomorrow marks the martin luther king junior holiday. many see it as a day off from school and work, many will use it to give back to the community in the spirit of dr. king's legacy. 140,000 volunteers are likely to serve in projects around the delaware valley. joining us us live in the
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"action news" newsroom. todd the founder of the overnights. this career cruel have a new -- this year you'll have a new mayor and governor to talk about this event. talk about how exciting it is for the events. >> reporter: it's a time to celebrate dr. king's legacy of citizen action by defining the needs of the community and responding through 1800 service projects across the area and millions more serving across the region and the nation. it is a great event every year. the day of service includes a job fair. do people have to sign up in advance to attend. >> reporter: dr. king said if a man doesn't have a job or income he doesn't have life liberty or the opportunity for pursuit of happiness, he merely exists. economic justice was key we're
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doing our 5th jab fair at girard college. if you're seeking a job or unemployed come down to girard college at 9:00 a.m. you don't have to sign up. economic justice along with our overall arching theme racial justice and religion justice is a major driving force of the king day of service, but not just on king day but a spring board through on going citizen action throughout the year. there's a link at 6abc.com, also interesting to note this event comes on the 60th anniversary of the montgomery boycott. talk about how important this event is in today's time. >> reporter: it certainly underscores the notion of justice, when rosa parks refused to give up her seat it was a question of racial dignity and economic justice and we are celebrating that. we have dialogues on race and
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finding common ground. we'll have students and police marching from eastern state penitentiary to girard college where they will have a dye log and the young -- dialogue, and the young people will share their experiences when it's like to grow up in the community and interact with police. they will finds common grown and find solutions and on going partnerships for thele future in the name and celebration of dr. king. looking forward to it, todd burnstein thank you for jaing -- joining us today. you are urged to give back to the community in honor of martin luther king. it's happening from 9:00 a.m. to 1 people tomorrow. to celebrate your hard work at the 26th annual tribute concert at 1:30 at girard
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college's chapel. the philadelphia orchestra will perform to wrap up the day of service.
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the laughing cow. reinvent snacking. waiting to hear from the eagles front office for the official announcement of the new head coach. the sixers score their biggest win of the season, here's jeff skeverski with all your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: with kansas eliminated from the playoffs doug pederson can occasionally be named -- can officially be named eagles head coach. he did not want to talk about the eagles job last night he would only say see you in a couple of days. the eagles point man was focused
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on the playoffs. they had trouble getting them going against the patriots. down 14, 2 the to go. classic reid clock management issues that upset eagles fans for years, it took more than 5 minutes to score on the drive and get them within 7. hopefully doug is better with the clock than his mentor. chiefs lost 27-20. afterwards, jeremy maclin telling us why the eagles are getting a great head coach. he is a guy who understands how things are supposed to be done. he deserves it. i'm looking forward to see what he do -- what he does up there. an insane finish in the nfc playoff game. green bay down 7. aaron rodgers the hail mary, are
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you kidding me? 41 credit card score to tie it at 20. arizona gets the ball first carson palmer escapes to larry fitzgerald who spins and takes off. 75 year olds on the play right here. 176 yards last night in the game finally brought down at the five and plays later, the kid who went to valley forge military academy finishes it all. unreal! arizona beats green bay 26-20 in overtime they are going to the nfc title game. the flyers are going to detroit they will take on the red wings. the flyers are red hot they scored points in five straight games. it is their best stretch of the season, but the guys are upset the way things slipped away against the rangers. nfl star at the flyers ranger
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game. wainl -- wayne simmons on the power play. in ot, the flyers have a shot to win it in front of the net. it goes to a shootout, what a move past steve mason, flyers lost 3-2, but they pick up a point. hey niki minaj at the sixers game watching herself and the sixers are taking on portland. first quarter, okafor two of his 25. robert covington the 3. look at brett brown he can't believe it. they score a season high 68 points in the first half. 25 point lead at the half. their largest in four years. picture-perfect. sixers beat the trail blazers by 25. biggest win of the season and their 6th of the year.
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that's sports. i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. there's much more to come on sunday morning edition of "action news." a help wanted add is out for a virginia farm. how you can help baby goats by cuddling. a florida couple get the home of their dreams and meteorologist chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast you will not want to miss it when "action news" continues. welcome back it is
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10:00 a.m., sunday, january 17. i'm nydia han along with gray hall. in the news, breaking news, gunfire rings out at a philadelphia homeless shelter. we'll have the latest in a live report. the next coach of the philadelphia eagles we are anxiously awaiting to hear from the man whole begin a new era for the birds. arctic blast, meteorologist chris sowers is at the big board with all the details. >> reporter: hey nydia, we have snow showers off to the southwest. we're zoomed into the atlantic states there's richmond and baltimore right there. we had a coastal storm develop overnight this will work out to sea. this right in through here is
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not actually coming up, it is heading out like that. south jersey and delaware will see a few flakes. cloudy and colder today. yesterday's high, 54. today if we're lucky 40 degrees, windchills in the mid 30s. this sits over top us of monday and tuesday, this is the upper level low pressure system. this is very cold. similar to the polar vortex, although it is not the polar vortex. it will sit over the northeast and the great lakes. it will provide windchills from zero to ten degrees above in the next 48 hours. i have to use common sense if you're outdoors monday and tuesday, bitter cold windchills dress in layers that will trap the body heat and wear the hat and gloves. all the extremities make sure they are covered if you're outside for any extended periods
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of time. we have improvement in the forecast, but we have a coastal storm by week's end guys? big story on "action news," breaking news, two employees from a north philadelphia homeless shelter were shot this morning, one has died. . the suspect was allegedly a man who was just kicked out of the facility. trish hartman joins us live on the scene along broad street with the latest on the this one. trish what are you learning about this? >> reporter: good morning, gray, we are right in front of the entrance to the shelter crime scene unit is here along the medical examiner. police tell us both victims in the shootings are shelter employees, one pronounced dead and the other taken to temple university hospital and is expected to survive. it happened at the station house transition shelter in the 2600 block of north broad street. let's look at video from earlier this morning. police tell us the shooter was
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evicted from the shelter when he was intoxicated. officers say when he returned to get his belongings an argument broke out between the suspect and the employees. he pulled out a gun and shot two employees and ran. we spoke to several witnesses who stay at the shelter they say they heard the gunshots at the entrance of the shelter at 6:00 a.m. i heard shots and i seen a fella come running out of the building he ran through, i ran, he ran on the railroad tracks. i was just standing there i didn't know what was going on. i don't know nothing. i didn't know what it was, i thought it was like metal pounding. everybody else was running i was just standing there. a guy just run by me.
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>> reporter: now station house provides shelter for low income and homeless. the shelter is run by former philadelphia mayor wilson good. he has been here this morning meeting with others. he is very upset. police are still looking for the shooter, but they say they know who they are looking for, if you have any information contact philadelphia police. live in north philadelphia, trish hartman channel 6 "action news." thank you, that's a story we'll continue to follow. 10:04. 6 people, five children being treated after a carbon monoxide poisoning. this happened on the 100 block of flamingo drive in bear last night. when fire crews arrived on the scene they found elevated levels of carbon monoxide in the buildings. investigators are looking at whether a portable generator used in the unit without electricity is responsible. police from delaware are
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investigating a stabbing that left a man in critical condition on the unit block of reid avenue in wilmington. police used k-9 units to search for the suspect, but so far no arrests have been made. philadelphia police have arrested a man wanted in a thanksgiving day murder. the search continues this morning for another suspect. now, word of the arrest came one day after a vigil was held for the victim ryan kelly. "action news" reporter jeff chirico has the details. relief getting him off the street. >> reporter: news of the capture of ryan kelly's alleged killer brought his family and friends together to celebrate with heavy hearts and ryan's name on their chest they remembered the 21-year-old who always had a smile. he was a positive person. ryan was a wonderful boy. he was kind hearted. he would do anything for you. he wouldn't hurt a fly. >> reporter: kelly was robbed and gun down just a block from the home he shared with his
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parents in port richmond. police are looking for the two men seen in surveillance video from a td bank where they tried to use a stolen atm card. it was a robbery gone wrong. they shot him in cold blood. >> reporter: the arrest comes hours after a vigil friday night to remember kelly. while his father is pleased, he said he won't rest until the police put the other one behind bars. they know his name, he might as well turn himself in because they will get him. >> reporter: police arrested david ramos junior he is facing murder, robbery and other related charges. at police headquarters jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." this morning a family is homeless after a fire forced them out of their house overnight. this happened on the 4600 block of g street in juniata park
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section. firefighters doused the flames quickly. nobody was hurt in the fire, however a family of five is out of their home. red cross is providing the family with a temporary place to live. the reward for information in the case of animal cruelty in bucks county has doubled. bucks county spca is offering two thousand dollars for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who shot a cat with a nail gun. it happened on january 3 in doylestown. there has been an outpouring for the cat from around the country. the feline was found with nails in its head and cheek and hip. the injuries were so bad, the cat had to be euthanized. bruce castor may have to testify about the promises he made to bill cosby. an e-mail back in 2005 states that cosby's deposition in a civil case would never be used against him.
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cosby has been charged with sexually assaulting andrea constand. the current d.a. said he is unaware of an immunity agreement. resolution from allentown council has concluded that the mayor is no longer an effective leader and can no longer carry out the duties of his office. it stems from an fbi probe of government cracking in allentown. three -- contracting in allentown. the mayor denies any wrong doing. a new report is recommending spending cuts not bankruptcy for cash-strapped atlantic city. the city's emergency manager recommends consolidating government functions. the report stopped short of the key goals of a state takeover bill. the mayor is reviewing the report. tomorrow the nation ovaries
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martin luther king junior day, many will keep his legacy alive by giving back to the community. tomorrow marks the 21st mlk day of service. 140,000 volunteers are expected to take part in the huge events. there are 1800 projects planned throughout the delaware valley. if you would like to help go to 6abc.com. the leader of the church from ferguson, missouri will be the guest speaker for martin luther king day. he spoke last night at the first united methodist church in germantown as part of the celebration of the dr. king's birthday. drivers are reaping the rewards of plunging oil prices. it's dropped below $30 a barrel. this morning the national
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average is 1.9 0. in philadelphia we're paying 2.10. in south jersey, 1.70 and delaware, 1.80. 1010 this morning we're waiting word from the eagles organization that doug pederson will become the new head coach. it was the worst kept secret in philadelphia. eagles had to wait for the kansas chiefs to finish a playoff run. now doug pederson is free to spread his wings back to philadelphia. pederson served as reid's assistance with the eagles. fans here have mixed reaction. i think it's kind of a bone-head move by the eagles to higher him. he deserves it, he was a great pick for kansas obviously, great offensive coordinator.
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>> reporter: "action news" will be there when the official announcement is made, stay with "action news" and 6abc.com for the latest on the beginning of the pederson era with the eagles. the accolades continue for david bowie. how a penguin will keep his legacy alive. you're looking live through our temple university camera, meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast very cold seven-day forecast when we come right back.
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being questioned in belize over the murder of a chicago news woman anne swaney. the body of the producer was found in the river. she was strangled. she was on vacation in the area. she was tow take part in a -- she was to take part in a horseback riding event, but stayed hind when the group was short a horse. the search continues for a man who was seen skiing at the sugar bowl. he was not reported missing until friday when his friends reported him missing. two people are dead and four children were hurt when a possible tornado ripped through
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homes in central florida. the storm swept through the area and destroyed a home and badly damaged others. a long line of strong to severe thunderstorms was expected to move through central and south florida this morning with the threat of more tornados. 10:14, time for accuweather, brace for the brutal call. >> reporter: up to this point we've had moore days in the 70s than days below freezing. winter has been a breeze. let's get you outside and show you what's going on as we overlook the camden waterfront. a few flurries are flying across the sussex county and delaware and the mouth of the delaware bay. some of that could push into south jersey as the morning wears on. we have precipitation at the bottom of the screen. mouth of the delaware bay. another band is starting to work east of baltimore that will
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swing through cumberland and cape may counties in south jersey, as well. the bulk of the moisture is actually pulling off the coast of the virginia capes. you can see the heavy precipitation here being bumped by the arctic front approaching from the west. it is pushing through cleveland as i speak. this will be the coldest air in the delaware valley temperatures will struggle to climb into the mid 20s. 38 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 21. winds out of the east/northeast at 8 and that gives us a wimp -- windchill of 32. 36 in millville. 37 in wilmington, dover, 36 degrees. here's satellite and radar, there's the arctic front right there, you can see kind of carving out across the high plains and the western great lakes. it is this system, this is the saving grace. or else we would be talking
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about accumulating snow today. this system is bumping that out to sea. we'll be brushed by that this afternoon. temperatures behind this front, this is the big story. bone-chilling cold across the high plains. 3 below in bismarck. 14 in saint louis. feels like 20 below for all this area. 20 below in omaha. 20 below in chicago and one below in saint louis. broncos play in saint louis. charlotte takes on eagles later this afternoon, the rain will be pulling away at that point. you're looking at cloudy conditions and temperatures 50s and 60s. future tracker 6, 2:00 p.m., cloudy skies and flurries no big deal. a minor covering on embarrassy
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embarrassy -- grassy surfaces, only sticking to the grass and car top. everybody else looking at flurries. overnight tonight, temperatures plunge. windchills first thing tomorrow morning. one below in the poconos. feel like nine in philadelphia. five in reading and four in allentown. by afternoon it's gets better, 15 in philadelphia, 11 in allentown. 3 in the poconos. 7:00 p.m. single digits return. single digits below zero for the mountains. tuesday morning, single digits for everybody. the next 48 hours will be cold around the delaware valley. 40 degrees today cloudy and colder, flurries expected, winds out of the northwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 28 degrees for tomorrow. 29 for tuesday, both days are going to be bone-chilling with the winds. wednesday mainly cloudy 38 degrees, thursday a quiet day, sun and clouds. friday and saturday as we've been mentioning throughout the broadcast watching for the
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potential of a coastal storm. there is a good chance it's rain, snow or the system works out to sea. the fact it's a southern storm and moisture loaded is the reason we have to watch it. thank you. wedding bells are ringing for a homeless couple in florida all thanks to the kindness of strangers. this couple could not afford the 93-dollar marriage filing fee. after their story was posted in the paper. they got an offer for a dream weather worth $20,000. a facility has been opened up to the couple free of charge. they have a place to say i do and wedding cake. others have come forward to complete the wedding day. she said she was once in their shoes and believes everybody deserves a chance to turn things around. give them hope. you can come back from anything. everything everybody deserves to have a great life.
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the good things are not ending at the wedding. a tampa police officer has begun the process to help find them a permanent home off the streets. good luck to them! welcome back on this sunday
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morning.
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38 degrees, 10:20. if you like to ski, bundle up if you're out there, it will be cold, especially tomorrow. time for the odd and unusual pictures of the week. if you're looking for a new hobby how about a goat snuggler. this is no joke, a farm in virginia is expecting about 90 newborn goats by the middle of next month and volunteers need to snuggle the goats and feed the babies. theythey have to be bottle fed r times a day, no experience necessary and learn a thing or two. no volunteering need he had here, but oohs and ahs for these cats are an africann and
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siberian tiger, they are the same age and born in november and abandonerred -- abandoned by their mothers. the penguin was born february 8 before david bowie died of cancer. david bowie will make her public debut at the zoo in the spring cute. a picture was posted this picture. she named him as i goy -- ziggy star dust after the singer. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast in just a moment.
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inside is coming up on 6abc, here's tamala edwards with a preview. >> reporter: good morning, coming up on inside story we take a look at montgomery county commissioner, josh shapiro who is getting in the race as attorney general. there are big names in the rails, how will it shake out. we talk about philadelphia mayor jim kenny who got into a fight on the national stage over his comments in the aftermath of a shooting of a police officer who said he shot the police officer in the name of islam. we hope to see you at 11:30.
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if you're heading out for the mlk projects tomorrow, bundle up. >> reporter: layers, layers, layers. we're seeing more snow right now than they have seen all winter. we're zoom into kent county delaware and sussex county, and cape may county, and wildwoods, this will be light throughout the morning hours as the storm system works out to sea. we're not expecting any real accumulations out of this. maybe minor accumulations for cape may county and southern cumberland county in southern new jersey and kent county in delaware. everybody else is looking at flurries later on. 48 degrees, bone-chilling cold tomorrow. both days monday and tuesday, windchills in the teens. maybe an old fashioned nor'easter. this week with george
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stephanopoulos is coming up next on 6abc. george has a packed show filled with presidential hopefuls as we countdown to the primary. >> reporter: big show today, donald trump, hillary clinton and bernie sanders join us two weeks before the votes in iowa. bernie sanders ahead in iowa and new hampshire his campaign is crying foul on one on one with special edition of this week. nydia and gray back to you. thank you, george. "action news" continues at noon. we continue to follow breaking news out of north philadelphia where shooting at a homeless shelter killed one and injured another. the latest in a live report at noon. plus tips to save cash on your prescription medication. it could be as easy as knowing where to shop. now for gray hall, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han.
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have a great morning, we'll see you back here at noon.
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