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two police officers were punched repeatedly while trying to break up a fight outside a bar. the action cam was on the scene 9800 block of bustleton avenue. officers responded to 3:00 p.m. to reports of two shots fired outside a bar. when they arrived they found people fighting within a large crowd. officers try to break up the fight that's when a couple of people punched them. officers called for backup argue a man and woman charging them with assault of an officer. nobody was wounded in the gunfire. the assaulted officers are okay. 7:00 a.m., let's go over to meteorologist chris sowers with more on our warmup. >> reporter: a nice january thaw. let's get you outside, looking live on sky6 live hd the center city skyline. it's a beautiful morning out there. most temperatures south and east of philadelphia, are above freezing. fleetwood, 33. new hold land, 35. coatsville, 27. pottstown, 26. center city, 32 and levittown
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28 degrees. cinnaminson 30. glassboro, 35. gandys beach, 34. sea isle city, at 7:00 a.m., 40 degrees, satellite and radar, should be another nice looking day, we had a ton of sunshine yesterday. expect more sunshine today although you're seeing clouds approach from the west. they are high and thin. the sun will shine right through that another good looking day. 10 m a, 35 degrees, lunchtime, 45. 3:00 p.m., 49 and 5:00 p.m., 47. when i come back we'll talk about record-high temperatures by midweek, but the possibility of flooding north and west. i'll have the details in just a few minutes. nydia. chris, thank you. developing overnight philadelphia police are looking for a pair of armed robbers, one may have pose as a cop.
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two suspects approached a man 0 on geiger road in bustleton. they pulled out a gun and one bandit may have flashed a police badge. the robbery happened behind a gun shop that is not connected to the crime. 7:02 in the lehigh valley someone shot two teenage boys walking down a street. this morning police in bethlehem are look for the shooter. the shooting happened on the 1500 block of east 6th street it happened around 6:30. the boys were 14 and 16 years old. one was shot in the head and left critically injury. both had to go through surgery. police are looking for the gun involved and trying to figure out a motive in the case. this septa ryder -- rider is suspect of stabbing another passenger. the two got into a fight and it
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spilled into the street a knife was pulled and the victim was cut in the neck. septa said the fight started when the victim pushed the suspect as the bus was delayed because he did not have enough fare money. jeff chirico will have more on the story in the neck half-hour. we have an alert for drivers who use the falls bridge in fairmont park. it is about to shut down. that will mean bigger headaches for everyone. it starts tomorrow, drivers will be detoured on the city avenue bridge until april 1. it is the eve of the iowa caucuses tomorrow. donald trump and hillary clinton maintain the lead in the final des moines register newspaper in likely caucus voters. rick santorum is at drake university where young voters
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could play a key role in the race for the white house. >> reporter: drake university in des moines has hosted more political related events this presidential campaign season than any other college in the state. from a democratic debate last month to a town hall meeting last week even donald trump's veteran's fundraiser he hosted this last thursday, drake has been front and center leading up to the caucuses monday night. we have a fantastic student body that likes to engage in political conversations. >> reporter: kevin is the student body president and admits to be a hillary clinton supporter, but said there's a healthy mix of democrats and republicans and there are students who have not been caught up in the caucus craze. i think i might go to see what it is like. >> reporter: candidates like bernie sanders or donald trump are dependent antion first time
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time -- voters. drake will have five caucus precincts monday night on campus, in 2012 they on the had one, so turnout here shouldn't be a problem. because we have so many candidates on campus, we do feel like we have informed voters so they can make a good bicker for whom they want -- good pick for whom they want to represent them in the oval office. i think it's cool that you can super close to all this, at it is cool because you get to meet the candidates and you have like vip pass to everything. >> reporter: and one more point about drake university it could be featured prominently on caucus night. hillary clinton is expected to
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be there and watch the results come in if victorious she is going to hold a victory party in the student union building. rick williams channel 6 "action news." group of people gather tore a candidate, they must get 15% in a single caucus. republicans use a simpler ballot process and write down their picks on slips of paper. rick will continue to report live from iowa on monday's vote. rick is tweeting and commenting on facebook from iowa. good morning will have coverage from iowa starting at 8:00 a.m. 7:06. this morning philadelphia auto show continues at the pennsylvania convention center and you will get a kick out of someone on hand out there. let's go live, the "action news"
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cam live at the auto show. 700 awesome rides will be displayed all week long. doors open from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. tonight. another incentive to go out, delran, new jersey, carli lloyd will host a soccer camp. she is a two time olympic medal ist. something that happened 40 years ago is helping to shed light on our moon. three inmates are back in jail this morning we'll tell you how police calling them and how a google map played a role in their escape. driver pulls over a police officer, cruel hear -- you'll hear about the confrontation
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next. >> reporter: mild temperatures flood the eastern seaboard, i'll let you know how mild it gets right after this.
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dewpoint, 25. winds out of the west, southwest. that gives us a windchill out there. above freezing in the south and east. if the far northern bushes be on the look out for slick spots. there could be frozen slush or patchy black ice. take your time, temperatures well above freezing by 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. the wired view on satellite and radar, showers and clouds to the north, frontal system slicing across the heartland of the nation. that will pull through on monday, that will provide a couple of showers for us during the course of the day. it is wednesday anticipates storm system that will pack punch with heavier rains and higher temperatures. normal high for this time of the year is 351. saint loose i -- saint louis, te normal high is 44 and it is 54.
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this is mild pacific air that will flood the lower 48. the arctic takes a break this week. colder conditions drive south across the packed northwest. a good 75, 80% of the country enjoys mild temperatures for this time of the year. future tracker 6 showing a combination of sun and clouds today, high, thin clouds, sun shines right through that. partly cloudy overnight tonight. clouds lower and thicken monday afternoon a couple of showers are possible. this is not a wash this is just a shower or two, just enough to get things damp. that will quickly pull through as the frontal system crosses the region. tuesday, a dry day, wednesday the stronger of the two frontal system pushes through. i have concern for the areas north and west, we'll have rapid snow melt as temperatures climb into the low to mid 60s. scattered downpours may produce localized flooding.
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areas north and west of philadelphia continue to monitor the forecast closely over the next few days, there could flooding taking place by midweek. philadelphia, sun and clouds, milder, 50 degrees, delightful day, winds out of the south/southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. overnight tonight, partly cloudy and mild. 36 degrees outlying suburbs, 40 center city. winds start to strengthen after midnight. warmer tomorrow, 55 degrees, cloudy showers possible. tuesday, mostly sunny and nice, groundhog day, 50 degrees, guarantee he'll see his shadow with all the sunshine. rainy windy and warm, wednesday, 63. thursday, partly sunny, cooler, 48. friday, cloudy, 42 and saturday, 44. there's a storm super bowl weekend. it is not a bluster but there's a storm heading up the coastline. we'll see what happens. thanks, chris. a miami woman could not
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believe how fast a police officer was going so she decided to catch up to him to confront him about the speeding. she recorded the conversation on her phone. i pushed 80 to catch up with you. you were leaving me behind i was going 08 miles per hour. i wanted ton what's the emergency. i don't know how fast i was going, i can tell you i'm on my way to work right now. i don't believe i was speeding, but you're entitled to your opinion. i saw you pulled over next to me. is everything fine? yeah, everything is fine. you're speeding. the officer after all this got into back into his car and drove off. i think he handled it pretty well, too. i wonder if it is legal she was breaking the law by speeding catching the officer. he could have given her a
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investigators are expected to release new information tomorrow about the fatal amtrak derailment that happened in philadelphia. it will be the first major development since the national transportation safety board said excessive speed was the factor in the tragedy in port richmond back in may. investigator say the train was going 100 miles per hour as it approached a curve with a 50-mile an hour speed limit. you may remember 8 people were killed and more than 200 hurt. 7:17. a freshman at virginia tech is in jail charged with first degree murder in the death of a 13-year-old girl. the body of nicole lovele was
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found along the virginia border, 100 miles away from her home. it is believed that she crawled out a bedroom window late friday night. 18-year-old david eisenhower became the focus of the investigation. and yesterday police arrested and charged him. investigator say tips from a social media site led to his arrest. all three violent inmates who escaped from the southern california jail are behind bars. the final two were arrested after a citizen told police about a suspicious van in the whole foods store. officers approached the van as oneman fled the area on foot. a short foot pursuit ensued before he was taken into custody by officers. officers immediately returned to the white van and discovered the other escapee, hiding in the
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van. on friday the third inmate surrendered to police. now the investigation turns to the role of the prison english teacher played in the escape. she is under arrest and due in court tomorrow. brazil has assured the international olympic committee that athletes for the summer games will be protected against the zika virus. the mosquito carrying the virus are aggressive biters. jamaica was added to the list with countries with confirmed cases. vans -- venezuela has seen a sharp increase in cases among pregnant women. the virus causes babies to have
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>> reporter: welcome back, everyone, 7:22 sunday morning. the day planner looks pretty nice, we'll see sunshine and high, thin clouds mixed in from time to time. 3:00 p.m., 49. 5:00 p.m., 47 shooting for a high of 50 degrees, this one is for gray. we have a storm signal super bowl weekend. the jet stream there's philadelphia right here. the northern branch. jet stream will like this this is all cold air across the mid atlantic and the northeast. the southern branch of the jet will run up the eastern seaboard, you'll get an area of low pressure developing off the coast of the carolinas. this is not a blizzard, but it is something that needs to be watched closely. if the low develops here and tracks north it's snow. if the low develops here and
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tracks north it will be rain. and there's the scenario where it could head out to sea. there's a storm signal out there and the temperatures could be cold enough to get another accumulating snow. that's all that i can tell you at this point. put a smiley face on it. i'm sweating over here. all right, thank you chris. we are learning new information about our moon's origin. the evidence comes from rocks brought back by the apollo astronauts 40 years ago. sciences say the moon crashed with collision in earth they compared this with rocks found on the moon to rocks found in arizona and hawaii. nasa's mars rover snapped is a selfie it's a combination
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of 57 image also. it shows curiosity digging into a do you know and collecting samples for lap analysis. sixers push the best team to the brink. jeff skeverski has the details. >> reporter: on paper the sixers didn't stand a chance last night. worst team in the nba and the best. the difference between the sixers and warriors winning percentage is the largest in history. sold out last night. niki minaj put down the phone. sixers final minutes, stefer -- steph curry 3. nerlens noel part of a 9-0 run. sixers down 6. 38 seconds left cannon 3. the fowl 4-pilot play, sixers
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within two. they steal the ball right back, yes, we're tied up with 22 seconds, but the warriors get the ball back, they can win it not left, barns, sixers lose 108-105. it's the best start by the nba team since the sixers 49 years ago. for us to be down 24 and find a way at home to not roll over and not be all caught up in the moment and find a away to give something back to our fans who were fantastic. it was a great thing for our young team. it's not only how we played, but we have to win. >> reporter: it's not all about hockey at the nhl all star game
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for flyers captain claude giroux. he visited the set of the abc tv show nashville to hang out with their stars. last night giroux showing off in the nhl competition, right on in the shooting challenge and getting some oohs and ahs. there you go, fellow all star, cool stick handling and chewbacca, nhl all star game tonight featuring 3 on 3 hockey. college hoops villanova and temple both in action later today. that's sports, i'm jeff skeverski have a good day. philadelphia native eddie george knew how to use his feet when he was a running back for the nfl tennessee tightens. the four time pro bowler is singing. he is playing in chicago. he said he was a nervous wreck
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on opening night but realized it was a lot like football. once he took the firs hit he was -- first hit he was fine. running a half marathon takes dogged determines. a blood hound wandered over a finish line in huntsville, alabama. she completed in 1 hour 32 minutes. the pooch was not registered. her owner put her out for a bathroom break and didn't seep that the dog decided to run the course. the race will be named the hound dog race. more "action news" just ahead. oh remotes, you've had it tough.
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>> reporter: good morning, nydia and gray. a storm is heading to iowa right now, but we're watching that because it's important as long as the storm holds off which is expected to do according to the latest forecast that will help a candidate with a lot of the first time voters. ♪ this land is your land >> reporter: for the insurgent candidates walk away with a win in iowa. the punits say they will not come out to rally. how would you like to make them look dumb on election night. >> reporter: bernie sanders played to his largest crowd yet. he is within three points of clinton. clinton appeared confident joined by the family on the trail. i'm just thrilled that which he chelsea and bill can be with me
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and former congresswoman gabby give ford. speaking is -- hard for me. >> reporter: the last poll has donald trump at 28 and ted cruz at 23. as he hits cruz' canadian birth hard. he is taking fire from other candidates, too. he decided to run a deceitful campaign and people see through that. >> reporter: and marco rubio is on on the rise in the hawkeye state. it's important to know that heading into the cause of action can you action -- caucuses, 45% of voters say they have not decided who they are going to support. i'm lana zack reporting from des moines back to you.
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"action news" anchor rick williams is reporting from iowa for monday's vote. you can see his next report on "action news" tonight at 6:00 p.m. he is reporting on facebook and twitter from the campaign trail. next on 6abc, it is this week george stephanopoulos with hillary clinton and bernie sanders and republican presidential candidate donald trump. this week against after "action news" at 9:00. 7:32. starting our week it's going to feel good. >> reporter: it's going to feel nice afternoon with a decent amount of sunshine. you see the thin clouds starting to overspread the skyline. it will be a day where you see the sun peeking through from time to time. with a southerly breeze we should get up near 50. poconos, 37. philadelphia, 32. millville, 36.
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trenton, 29. 40, actually 41 in sea isle city. and 28 degrees in wilmington. satellite and radar appears to be thicker north and west, the cloud cover will thin out during course of the day, sunshine along with passing clouds. it's a milder day with a high of 50 degrees. looking ahead this week the temperature seesaw i'm talking about the lower 48. colder air in the packed northwest and mild temperatures east of the mississippi river. i'll let you know how mild in just a few minutes. police are looking for a person who nearly beat a man to death. the action cam was at the scene at 62nd and arch. police found the man lying in the street and bleeding from his head and other parts of his body. else in critical condition at
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penn presbyterian hospital. while officers were investigating a car struck a patrol car. there were no injuries and police have made no arrests in connection with the beating. out of north philadelphia a young man was shot to death while sitting in his car in front of the pine street market. the gunman walked up to the 21-year-old victim and opened fire blowing out the drivers side window. the driver was hit repeatedly and died at the hospital. police don't have any suspects or motives. new this morning, a house fire in the olney section of philadelphia has left three people homeless. the action cam was at the scene 5400 block of north 5th street. when firefighters arrived after 4:00 a.m., they found flames shooting through the first and second floor of the rear of the home. additional crews were called to the fire. there were no injuries. red cross is finding temporary shelter for the residents.
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7:34. a septa ryder another passenger after two got in the fight. the injured rider is in the hospital and severely injured and unable to talk to the police. the search is on for the suspect. jeff chirico has more on the story. >> reporter: detectives say this is the man they want for a stabbing during a brawl on a septa bus that spilled on to a city street. happened on the route 56 bus friday afternoon. a passenger boarded, but couldn't pay the fare. when he wouldn't get off at the next stop. the bus driver waited for police. some of the passengers were upset because it delayed their ride. >> reporter: one passenger was not as patient and pushed the bus hopper out the door, he jumped back in and attacked. looked like a fistfight,
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but turns out he had a knife and stabbed the victim several times in the neck and body area. >> reporter: the subject took off. he is described as 5'7", 30 years old and wearing a dark jacket and dark hat with fur. anyone who recognizes is asked to call police. he points out the stabbing could have been presented and pleads with other passengers not to take the law into their own hands. let the police handle these things. septa has a police force and we have a police force, septa did get there in a timely fashion but not fast enough to catch the perpetrator. >> reporter: the victim is in critical, but stable condition at temple university hospital and unable to talk to police because of his injuries. if you recognize the suspect in the images police urge you to call 911. all tips will remain confidential. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." new this morning, from our delaware newsroom, a three-car
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crash along i-95 sent two people to the hospital with some serious injuries. the action cam was at that scene of the mangled messy north of churchman's road exit. the force of the collision tossed a car off the road leaving two people trapped inside. you can see the devastating scene there. firefighters had to cut through the vehicle to reach them. those two people are in the hospital this morning. state police are trying to determine the cause of the crash. camden schools continue to make it easier to enroll students. hundreds of people attend the huge fair part of a new program giving the families choice of enrolling in any school. the enrollment deadline is may 1. another big night in hollywood that's next on "action news" sunday morning. a music celebrating the life of a song-writing legend is
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coming to the stage in philadelphia. we have 6abc loves the arts. we're back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast i think you'll a like it feels like spring. we'll be right back. ♪
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the 2016 philadelphia auto show. fun times indeed. this is day two. the doors open at the pennsylvania vehicle center at 9:00 a.m. taking a live look inside right now. look at all the beauties.
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our family was there yesterday, thank you to everyone to stopped by the 6abc booth. i know gray you were at the black tie tailgate. it was a get a time, i wanted all the cars i saw. it was a great place to take the kids, they could run around inside. they were helping me sign autographs. >> reporter: what do they call that, a window shopper, you can't afford to buy any of them. bentley. dreaming, yeah. >> reporter: looking outside live from our temple university camera. we have the sun shining down brightly. we have high, thin clouds upstairs. it's going to be a mild day. whatever snow you have left on your lawn will be gone as temperatures climb up into the 40s and low 50s.
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32 degrees, colder north and west, temperatures below the freezing mark of 32. there are slick spots out here, south and east we're doing pretty nice. 36 in millville. 38 wilmington. sea isle city, 41. atlantic city, 39 degrees. i want to use caution north and west, center city. temperatures are below freezing we're seeing areas of black ice, slick spots and frozen slush especially on sidewalks that are untreated parking lots, untreated there can slick spots out there. cloud cover moving in from the west. high, thin clouds they should begin to thin out as the day wears on. mostly sunny conditions later this afternoon. the water vapor shot, the reason why i'm showing you this, everything is moving west to east, this is a zonal weather pattern. whenwhen you get the set up everything from west to east, it bottles up all the air up here
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in canada. that means temperatures will skyrocket everybody east of the high plains, everything is out of the southwest, sky conditions, everything is coming out of the southwesterly direction. this time of the year that means mild temperatures. warm front slides through later this evening, the cold front fizzles out it will push through monday and it brings with it a couple of isolated showers. it's pacific air behind the front. as that front crosses it's technically a cold front but not all that cold, 50 degrees for tuesday's high. this afternoon we clear out, sunshine and high, thin clouds. overnight tonight there could areas of fog developing north and west of philadelphia. because testers will stay above freezing so the snow will continue to melt. 8:00 a.m. maybe a little bit of sunshine fading behind increasing clouds. as the frontal system pushes through maybe one or two showers develop. heavier stuff up here, this is mainly a light event and it should not last more than an
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hour or two. that's about it. the front pushes through. tuesday is a nice looking day, mild breeze out of the west, sunshine and 50 degrees. lehigh valley combination of sun and clouds, seasonable. 37 degrees, actually that she will 45 degrees for the folks up in the lehigh valley. we'll flip the numbers for the jersey shore, 54. sun and clouds, very mild on the boards, nice little breeze out of the south. philadelphia, same thing combination of sun and clouds, temperatures quickly climbing. 45 degrees by lunchtime. 3:00 p.m., 49. by 5:00 p.m. 47, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, here we go, 55 degrees, cloudy afternoon shower for monday. keep in mind the normal high this time of the year is 40, 41 degrees, we're ten degrees warmer than that today and 15 degrees tomorrow. tuesday, 350 degrees, wednesday, rainy, windy and warm, otherwise a nice day temperature-wise. thursday a cold front pushes through, 48.
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friday, chilly, 42 degrees. saturday look for a combination of sun and clouds, and 44. not too bad. 63 i know you're very happy about that. thank you, chris. we would like to remind you can get storm tracker 6 live and check radar at 6abc.com/weather. bull bulldozers demolished a home because it was sliding down the hill threatening other homes. the owner bought it a few months ago, he had not even moved in. the homeowners will need to have the inspections done to approve their homes are not sliding, as well. it been a year since a young man from our area was shot and killed. his mother is coming to you to help find his killer. here's rick williams with the this morning's crime fighters report. >> reporter: crystal wright said
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her son paris was fighting his way into adulthood when his life was cut short by two men. it happened on january 9, 2015. her 21-year-old son was with three others driving around in a minivan. she texted him urging him to come home. you should not be riding around with these guys, you don't know what they were into. >> reporter: police were called to an auto accident along the 5500 block of american street in olney. he was dead from a gunshot wound to the back of the head. the driver was shot and survived. wright said the driver spoke to her about what happened. gunshots came from the back of the car and i crashed. the only thing i can remember i looked over and paris was slumped over and i heard them say run, run.
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>> reporter: wright said the driver talked to police about the shooting, but did not make it to court. before the hearing he was gunned down. >> reporter: the city is offering $20,000 zahree ward for information leading -- as a reward leading arrest and conviction. call 215-546-tips. i know people know. they need to come forward. >> reporter: rick williams channel 6 "action news." (vo) beyond natural grain free pet food
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award were handed out last night in hollywood. sometimes it's a indicator on who will reign on tinseltown's biggest night. newspaper drama spotlight took home top honors. it's on the expo -- of the
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catholic church scandal. revenant took top horns. leonardo decap decaprio was nomd for rarve nant. he has -- revenant. he has never won since being nominated five times since 1994. viola davis took home an award for how to get away with murder. abc's live coverage of the oscars starts 7:00 p.m., sunday, february 28. we'll show it all from the red carpet arrivals to the award leading to "action news" at 11:00 p.m. one of pop music most celebrated song writers will take center stage. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: coral king is a
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congress writing legend. now her life is being celebrated on a national tour that's stopping in philadelphia. the carole king story tells of her ride to superstardom. her mother wanted her to be a classical pianist. >> reporter: the story talks about had you how she found her own voice. she was writing songs. >> reporter: songs like locomotion and will you still love me tomorrow, you've got a friend and the whole album of tapestry. the as you think that
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served as a sound track for generations entertained the audiences. they thought the show helped multigenerations learn about the history of rock music. if you like american music and love great songs you'll love beautiful. >> reporter: the carole king music is at academy of music. go to 6abc loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts, i'm karen rogers. a new exhibit opened at the franklin institute may reminds you of the indiana jones movies. an authentic human mummy. 2300 years old. lost egypt ancient secrets is an
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of winter. it is 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: hey, nydia, and greg good morning, coming up on "g.m.a." we're one day away from the major new phase from the white house where people get to vote. iowa caucuses are motivating the troops. we'll have that coming up. violent inmates are back in custody after a helpful tip from a citizen. oscars stirred up a lack of diversity for the nominees. that was not the case larvet at the -- last night at the sag awards. we'll see you soon. we'll see you soon, dan,
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good morning, america. right now, it's crunch time. the candidates barnstorming iowa. the frantic hours campaigning before the voting begins. >> u-s-a. [ chanting ] >> all: u-s-a! >> there's a theory we're leading in the polls. but there's a theory we could do every better than the polls. >> bill clinton singing hillary's praises. that race the tightest it's ever been. ♪ this land was made for you and me ♪ >> we have the latest polls breaking overnight as we count down to caucus. captured. the two remaining violent fugitives from that jail in california now back behind bars. the moment it all went down. >> code 4, code 4, we got 'em down. >> authorities breathing a sigh of relief. >> i think i did a big whoop in

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