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police are looking into possible new evidence reportedly found at his former home. it is beginning to look a lot like spring out there. the philadelphia flower show begins today. we have a preview. we have those stories, but first the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, with meteorologist, chris sowers. old man winter -- >> reporter: breaking news in the weather department, winter is over. that's good breaking news. >> reporter: as gray mentioned, he is putting up a fight this morning. the temperatures are in the 20s area-wide. by afternoon we are in the 50s and next week that's all she wrote as temperatures surge in the 60s and 70s. empty moon time here's a look at the low temperatures this morning. with the calm winds, the numbers dropped off. hammonton, 22 degrees, quakertown, 22. glassboro, 26, smyrna and delaware showing 26. you're at 34 degrees.
philadelphia 350. freezing in allentown, 32. millville, 33. accuweather says increasing clouds today high temperatures around 45 degrees. by 1:00 p.m., 42, cloudy skies after the morning sunshine. 3:00 p.m., 44. 5:00 p.m., 43. double scan live shows a clipper system approaching from the west. this will bring snow showers to the area overnight tonight into tomorrow morning. when i come back in just a few minutes we'll time that out on future tracker. i have a much warmer seven-day forecast coming up. gray. okay be chris, thanks for the update. developing right now at 9:00 a.m., firefighters are searching for the source of several small underground fires in the city's point breeze section. you're looking live 1500 block of point breeze avenue. firefighters and peco were called out after 6:00 a.m. because of elevated levels of
carbon monoxide. they arrived to find several small fires burning. there are no evacuations or injuries stay with "action news" and 6abc.com for the latest information. 9:02 a.m., philadelphia police officer escaped injuries after two men shot at his car. whichjeff chirico has the story. >> reporter: chopper 6 is over a 5600 block of hedge street as they investigate a shooting at a police car. officers investigating a narcotics investigation heard shots fired and went to check on it out. one officer was operating an unrked car 5300 hedge street. >> reporter: officers chased after the men on foot nabbing
two including the two suspected gunman. it's extremely brazen for one individual possibly more than one individual to fire shots at a car. >> reporter: police combed the area for one or two other men and the gun. chief inspector small said nobody was hurt because the officer who was fired upon kept calm. the officer used his head, took his time and still ended up making two arrests without using deadly force. >> reporter: the initial gunfire that drew police's attention happened yards from here. they found ten spent shell casings from a large caliber handgun, is a shots fired in all, nobody was hurt. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." chester, 3 conostoga high school players are charged with assault. as part of a hazing ritual, they violated a freshman teammate
with the broom handy in the locker room. three suspects are -- or three students are charged as juveniles. new information to tell you about this morning, four people are recovering after an accident on the vine street expressway. the car hit a wall and rolled over in the eastbound lanes near 23rd street. the people are in stable condition at the hospital. the wreckage has been cleared. police have not said what caused the crash. also new from overnight, investigators are now trying to figure out what started a row home fire in hunting park. this all started on the second floor of a vacant home right near front street after midnight. firefighters saved neighboring homes from any damage. a woman is injured after being hit by a car in south philadelphia. chopper 6 was over the scene at 8th and wharton street.
the woman crashed into the two parked cars after a seizure. the driver is okay. a man was shot and killed in wilmington around 9:30 on the 1200 block of west 7th street. police say the victim was hit several times. he died at the scene. so far no arrests have been made. this morning the oj simply son case is back -- simple simpson case is back in the spotlight. lapd found a life where he was living when his ex-wife and friend were brultsly -- brutally murdered. >> reporter: the oj simpson trial was settle the decades ago, but a new twist. the alleged knife recovered possibly connected to the simpson case. >> reporter: the knife was found by a construction worker in the late 1990s.
the estate was demolished in 1998. the lapd said the knife is being scanned for possible dna evidence which could take weeks. an lapd officer restierld -- require tide was given the -- retired was given the knife by a construction worker and held on it for 18 years. oj was acquitted in the stabbing death of nicole simpson and andr friend. many reliving the trial the people versus oj simpson. ron goldman's father said i hope they test it and it turns out to be the weapon. double jeopardy, he was tried once and acquitted. >> reporter: police say they are vetting the story. law enforce 789 say
investigators have -- law enforcement say they have received up to 150 knives and none of them with the weapons. voters in five states are heading to the polls, maine, kansas kentucky and louisiana are holding republican contests. while voters in nebraska, kansas and louisiana will choose between democrat hillary clinton and bernie sanders. a donald trump rally turned violent in new orleans last night. protesters chanted black lives matter, some held signs saying your hate is killing people. trump supporters shouted back security escorted at least two dozen people out of the rally. but some of the confrontations between the protesters and supporters turned violent with shoving and biting. dr. carson has ended his
white house bid and not endorsing anyone yet. ted cruz is hitting the trail in idaho after speaking at the conservative political action conference. marco rubio is in jacksonville and puerto puerto rico. on the democratic side, hillary clinton and bernie sanders are campaigning in michigan ahead of tomorrow night's debate. it's a sure sign that spring is here, 2016 flower show kicks off today. the fun started last night with a black tie affair at the pennsylvania convention center. this year's theme is explore america. 100 years of the national park service. doors open in two hours at 11:00 a.m., the show runs through next sunday, march 13. we have an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the
flower show. our one hour special airs tonight at 7:00 p.m. there's an encore presentation at midnight. much more coming up on saturday morning. is your mattress worth the money? top brands can cost hundreds if not thousands of dollars, but there are choices for less. it had the potential to be dangerous. dangers -- dangerous indeed, a toddler and siblings swipe the keys and take the car for a ride. >> reporter: it's chilly out there right now, but we're heading back to the 70s next week. details when we come right back.
thanks for staying with us on a saturday morning, 9:12, some folks have all the luck, a retired lehigh valley judge is the new power worker. he is getting his share of 291 million-dollar jackpot. who people he bought the ticket with on vacation will split the winnings, they get 40 million after taxes. the judge fills in on the bench every now and then, he will continue his work on the bench, a whole lot richer. let's get to meteorologist
chris sowers, luck in the forecast? >> reporter: we'll get rich here in the next few days. live shot in cape may, there's a little snow on the beach there, as they picked up 6 inches with yesterday's system. most of the area picked up one to two, but there was a jackpot zone that developed from cape may to atlantic city right on the coast where they saw more than 3 inches. the system is gone and the sun is shining brightly. temperatures today will warm up in the mid 40s. any snow you have at the shore will melt. double scan live is clear, no issues expecterred -- expected today. there's a breeze out of the north/northwest at 10 miles per hour. it feels like 27 degrees. bundle up this morning. this turned out to be the third warmest meteorological winner
for the city of philadelphia. you take every single day within these three months all the highs and low average them out, they came out to 4 1.4 degrees, only two years were warmer than that. this is front end loaded because december was so warm around here, it kind of enhanced the number a little bit. you get the idea. out ofoutside of that historic k listed we had in january, it was -- blizzard in january, it was not much of a winter for us. reading, 32. philadelphia, 35. trenton, 33. the poconos 28. we have one more little clipper system that will swing through tonight. you can see the snow showers across western pennsylvania north of pittsburgh pushing through buffalo that will provide us with snow showers after midnight tonight. maybe a brief coating west of the i-95 corridor, but from that point on, the cold air retreats and we get the warm west to east
flow across the lower 48. that means temperatures will moderate over the next several days. let's look at future tracker 6 increasing clouds today, it's a quiet afternoon, seasonable temperatures, highs around 45 or 46. this is 11:00 p.m., mainly cloudy skies, temperatures dropping into the low to mid 30s we're dry at that point. after midnight snow showers start developing, maybe a brief period of light snow, yes, there is the expectation of a minor accumulation west of the i-95 corridor. mainly on grassy surfaces, perhaps a coating or more. it's not that big of a deal. a coating is all it takes to make things slip. as we get into the early morning hours, the system works out to sea and the sun begins to shine and the temperatures go back into up the 40s. there's hours between 4:00 a.m.
and 7 a.m., it could get dicey out there. afternoon everything melts. 45 degrees is the forecasted high this afternoon. overnight tonight, rain and snow showers developing. 29 degrees, 32 for center city. that's all she wrote for old man winter. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, here it comes, milder by monday, 57, 70 tuesday, wednesday, thursday, wednesday if we hit 74 that will be a record high. thursday, some rain developing late in the day with the cold front high of 72 and even behind the cold front it is still very warm with a high of 62 degrees. and i don't see anything too chilly after that. i think we're done. you're the man! >> reporter: you're the man! you can find the seven-day forecast and live look at storm tracker 6 live double scan radar at any time of the day on our website head to 6abc.com/weather. 9:16 listen to this one, a 6-year-old and two siblings
grabbed mom's suv keys and go for a joyride. it happened in oklahoma. it happened while the mother was sleeping. she put the kids to bed first, they woke up and found where she put the keys and took off. they drove in reverse, it didn't take long until they crashed into another car. everyone is okay. teaching your kids no a lot of things, don't fix your fingers in the light socket, let them know the same thing with the keys. don't ever, ever touch. police are looking into whether the mother did anything wrong. your daughter wants to stay organic.
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shot with his wife by police. apple is resisting the request to hack into the iphone. getting a good night sleep, most matt -- mattresses can cost over $1,000. nydia han will show you don't have to buy a good one. >> reporter: consumer reports tested 60 mattresses and tell you how much you have to spend to get a decent one. consumer reports performed all kinds of tests to determine if it was worth the money. we tested mattresses $250 and one for $8,000. neither one did well in the
test. >> reporter: they checked out well a mattress sports your spine, whether you sleep on your back or side. our tests turned up plenty of fine mattresses that cost $1,000 or less. >> reporter: for a medium firm inter spring mattress, they recommend, the sealy posture pete'd peedic -- pedic for $1,000. the latest inand he knows issue mattress to make the cut is from costco the nova form comfort grand for $600. if you prefer a sort of mattress and have a bigger putting, sealy limits vibrations across the
mattress. it's a good choice touch a partner that to to toss and tur. nydia han channel 6 "action news." good information from nydia. nasa is looking into reviving supersonic jet travel. the space agency was granted a 20 million-dollar contract to develop a passenger jet that can fly faster than the speed of sound. it's to make flying safer, greener and quiet it. it would create a soft thump instead of a sonic boom in flight. next, on "action news," the eagles are looking to fill more holes. that could happen as early as next week. details next in sports.
live hd giving you this glimpse of philadelphia international airport. old man winter putting up a fight, but he is about to lose. in sports this morning, eagles eye their future with free agency looms, the sixers try to lose their losing streak with the heat in town. >> reporter: good morning, the sixers and heat getting to know each other well this weekend. they began a front end home and home. who do the sixers turn to? how about ellison brand, a week shy of his 37th birthday. schmidt drops 26. sixers down by 010. we go to the third quarter.
jeremy grant gives the sixers 71-69 lead. dwyane wade, 21 for him. the sixers lose 112-102. they face the team tomorrow night in miami. eagles, with sam bradford locked up the eagles have holes to fill. the nfl draft is 8 weengs -- wakes away, but they don't have to wait for that. they can sign offensive linemen on wednesday. they need to save for fletcher cox, because he would like a new deal. we have our to-do list checked off, there's more. we talked about fletch. we're not forgetting about that or him. we're looking to make good decisions as we go forward here, so it's hard to know that until we get started. phillies bats alive at
spring training. phils and braves yesterday, never turn your back on the phillie phanatic. franco goes deep for the second straight day. the phillies score 7 runs in the frame. phils down 11-9 in the 9th inning. cedric hunter, how about that, a 3-run homer to win the game. phillies take it 12-11. that's a look at sports, i'm ducis rogers you have yourself a terrific weekend! all right, chase field downtown phoenix is going to the dogs. it's set to become the first full season dog friendly baseball park. the partnership between pet smart and the diamondbacks will include a patty -- patio seating and play area. they will be treated to together ice cream and doggy snacks. it runs through the diamondbacks
sunday home games. there's more to come on saturday morning, including "shelter me rescue of the week." i'm matt o'donnell this is josiey resting comfortably, one of the many animals saved by the puppy and more rescue. met josiey coming up on "action news." plus, more of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast with meteorologist chris sowers when "action news" saturday morning at 9:00 returns.
happening right now on "action news," saturday at 9:00 a.m., a chester county school rocked by scandal, three football players are facing charges in a locker room assault. we have reaction. philadelphia police are searching for a person of interest in the brutal killing and feel restaurant worker. new dash cam video shows the arrest of a nfl football player and philadelphia native. meteorologist chris sowers is outside, chris, old man winter is tough, he doesn't want to leave us. >> reporter: he is hanging on, but in the next couple of days, we'll be firing up the grill. this is the last of it, the temperature in the 30s, feeling like 20s. 32 in saint davids. chester, 33. center city, 35. glassboro, 35. gandys beach 37.
woodbine 35. dover and smyrna, 35 degrees. we're seeing a breeze out of the northwest, so it feels like the upper 20s, low 30s, but the wind will diminish this afternoon along with that we'll see an increase in cloud cover. for today, increasing clouds and mild high of 45 degrees. by 11:00 a.m., partly sunny skies, 40 degrees. 1:00 p.m., 42. 3:00 p.m., 44. somewhere in between 3 and 6:00 we should hit 45. here's a look at what to expect over the next several days. there's the possibility of snow showers arriving after midnight tonight. it could coat the ground especially west of the i-95 corridor. but really the headliner in the weather department is the warmup that's on the way. florida-like warmup with temperatures in the 70s. wednesday looks ridiculous at this point, especially for the beginning of march. we're forecasting 74. i see forecast models showing higher temperatures than that.
when i come back in just a few minutes, we'll look at future tracker of and time out the snow showers and warmer numbers in the forecast. now to the latest on disturbing allegations against three chester county high school students. the football players stand accused of sexually assaulting a younger team member inside the locker room. dann cuellar spoke to students and has reaction. >> reporter: authorities say it was a recipe for disaster leaving the locker room unsupervised on thursday creating an atmosphere where the kids did what they wanted. and they did, creating an ugly hazing tradition saying no gay thursday. this is a simple case about ignorance and violence and shocking decision. >> reporter: chester county high school created a hazing culture. thursday the locker room was unsupervised anything that these
kids considered normally gay was not gay. you would have an older kid come behind the younger kid and put his again oh . kids reported that the victim was yelling and screaming, but he did not have a friend in that locker room on that afternoon. >> reporter: authorities say the atmosphere was so bad some players refused to go near the locker room on thursday, some quit the team, yet the coaching staff said they were unaware. the lack of supervision here is that it happened under the noses of the coaching staff, because they were not there to supervise. but like the initial disbelief one clings to it was
hard to accept any of this could happen particularly knowing the three that were charged. i don't know what went inside the locker room, these are my best friends they love each other, i can't imagine them doing things like this to each other. >> reporter: even a member of the team was in disbelief and worried about the team's legacy. the tradition of the team are obliterated. anything that anybody wanted to say about constowing football is a great team is blown away by this. >> reporter: the superintendent said that the head coach has been suspended pending the outcome of an investigation. at conostoga high in berywn, dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." the upper darby school district is apologizing for a controversial classroom picture that made the rounds on social media.
the upper darby history class was asked to i will -- illustrate 1920, kkk circulated online. it was determined that the project was an inappropriate activity. the search fors the suspect after a -- the search continues for the suspect after a brutal south philadelphia robbery. they are looking for a man known as noel. he is considered a person of interest. he is between 25 and 30 years old and drives a white suv. family, friends and colleagues are remembering one of philadelphia's finest today. sergeant robert wilson iii was killed a year ago. he was buying a gift for his son
inside a north philadelphia game stop when two men robbed the place, wilson died in the fire fight while protecting customers. two suspects who are brothers are awaiting trial. new this morning, embattled attorney general kathleen kane wants criminal charges against her to be thrown out. in yesterday's court filing, kathleen kane claims prosecutors are using evidence by an unlawful court ordered grand jury investigation. she claims it is impossible foreto get a fair trial in montgomery county because three judges are closely tied to the case and she wants them removed. new at 9:00, a man and woman are in jail charged with threats against a youth football league in western pennsylvania. police say they were upset about the weight restrictions. in one letter he called himself the joker. he threatened to kill league officials if one more kid gets
hurt. simm about about -- kimberly roe letters to make sure that the police did not know they came from lot lochner. the letters were written on place mats from a restaurant where they were employed. >> reporter: he said he knows nothing about bullets shell casing found at the field with names on them. the west philadelphia catholic star who plays with the houston houston,s was cited for marijuana use in arizona. the team said they were
dispoibtedness choices -- disappointed in his choices. there's much more to come on "action news" saturday morning at 9:00. can food allergies make you gain weight, healthy foods like tomatoes and lettuce could help you pack on the pounds. a mechanic in canada came up with a new way to get around in the south, pretty cool, right? we'll have a check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when "action news" comes right back.
glad you stayed with us, new at 9:00 a.m., it's a new kind of smart car made for the snow. mechanic in canada added skis to his 2006 mercedes. it can go up to 44 miles per hour and it takes an hour to put the wheels back on. the bad news, you have to stay out in the snow, oh, boy, a little bit of snow tonight, right? you don't need that, though. >> reporter: you'll need a broom to go like that. let's get you outside and show you what's going on most of us us won't need anything at all. we're talking a couple of snow showers west of the i-95 corridor on grassy surfaces,
nuisance stuff i there's the ben franklin bridge, starting to see the high, thin clouds overspread the area. they will lower and thicken throughout the day. we're shooting for a high of 45 degrees a good four degrees below the seasonal average, the record set back in 1976, 79. we're nowhere near record territory. wednesday is getting close, 75, 76 looks really, really warm by the middle of next week. it was warm earlier this past week. sunday, monday, tuesday, temperatures shot up to 64. the normal is 49. 61 wednesday, 41 thursday and friday. so we weren't doing too bad early on. it has cooled down since. 33 in trenton. allentown, 32. reading, 32. philadelphia, 35. still in the 20s in the poconos. millville, 33 and wildwood, 34. here's double scan live, this is the system that we're watching, honestly it's hard to pick out the center of circulation with the low.
i believe it's southwest of cleveland. you can see snow showers to the north, rain showers to the south. this raggedy system is responsible for producing those snow showers overnight. here it comes, 6:00 p.m., you can see the clouds overspreading the area. moisture is back to the west, west of the mountains. it will get in here 3:00 a.m., 4 a.m., 5:00 a.m. it will work off the coast by 9 or 10:00 a.m. temperatures dropping back down close to freezing, the clouds increase. this model just updated. it shows a couple of snow showers broken up in nature. this is not going to be that big of a deal. the only reason i'm putting as much emphasis on as i am, with temperatures dropping back down to freezing, even a coating could make things slick. keep your guard up west of the i-95 corridor.
lunchtime we're back at 40 degrees, if you pick up the coating it will melt. we focus our attention on next week. the huge ridge develops along the southeastern part of the united states. tuesday through thursday, wednesday being the warmest. temperatures expected to climb into the 70s, the first touch of spring is on the way. 45 degrees in philadelphia today. becoming cloudy and seasonable. 44 in wilmington, millville, 43. trenton, 43. cape may, 42. dover, 43. overnight tonight, cloudy skies rain and snow showers developing after midnight. temperatures close to freezing slightly above south and east, slightly below north and west. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, warming trend starts monday, 45 today. 46 tomorrow, increasing sunshine tomorrow afternoon. monday's partly sunny and milder, 57. that will feel great for this time of the year. look what happens tuesday, wednesday, thursday, 72, 74, and
72 i saw a printout on the european model for wednesday it showed 76. we'll go for 74 for now, but the potential is there for it to be warmer. cold front on friday, temperatures in the 60s. but he is strong. >> reporter: i was hitting him. new at 9:00 a.m., a deep sea dive led to an amazing discovery. scientists were diving near hawaii when they stumbled upon this guy, a new species of octopus. he has a lack of pigment cells and he has all his suckers in one row on each arm rather than the typical two rows. pretty interesting. this week's "shelter me rescue of the week" story is celebrating the luck of the irish as we look forward to st. patrick's day, matt o'donnell has the story.
i'm an irish catholic. >> reporter: if ifinn's luck be6 months ago when he was rescued from a high kill shelter in georgia. he loves people and other dogs. they are training finn to be a therapy dog. he likes to make people happy and make a difference in people's lives. >> reporter: was found by the puppies and more rescue, a group that spread their rainbow to $3,000 over the last ten years. this is a grateful dog, he wants a forever home. many dogs have been through a rough start. >> reporter: carol's eyes are smiling when she save moms and babies from danger. they are the first to be put down in the shelters. >> reporter: we try to match the
families. >> reporter: online now, sarah. her family could not care forebecause she was pregnant. we call them the brady bunch. >> reporter: cali is 10 months old, she is a black dog unfortunately it's harder to get them adopted. daisy is looking for a family that likes to exercise. this is josie a cattle dog dropped off with her three pups, she loves dogs and cats and children, she would be a great edition to the home. if you're interested in josie or any of the dogs you've seen today, visit the puppies and more website. go to the "fyi philly" facebook page and tell us about your adoption and we'll feature them
so glad you stayed with us on saturday morning, 9:50. sky6 live hd overlooking the temple university tennis courts there. nice picture, but snow is in store later tonight. chris sowers will explain later in the newscast. here's what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. sesame place is hosting an open house for anyone interested working at the park for the upcoming season. the event starts at 10:00 and runs until 2:30 p.m. positions are available including aquatics and horticulture and security and rides. applicants must be 16 years old. a popular spot at the jersey shore are looking to
higher help for the summer, casino pier is hosting job fair from noon until 2:00 p.m. they are looking for everything from ride operators and mascots to emts and lifeguards. in "healthcheck" at 9:00, a new study shows mounting everyday that the zika virus cause birth defects. it harms specific cells that help the brain develop. the mosquito borne virus has been spreading in latin america and caribbean. the foods we should not eat if we are looking at our waistline. there's a simple test that's trending that can identify the exact foods that are making people gain weight. alicia vitarelli explains. of a cod doe -- avacado is
on my list,. and artichokes, those are the foods that were packerring on the pounds for -- packing on the pounds for wendell. >> reporter: in his book hidden foods are making you fat, toilet of tomatoes corn and lettuce could cause craveings that make you overeat. it's one that doesn't match one with our genetics. >> reporter: he is the pioneer of the blood test that measures cellular response to 200 foods. once they single out the culprits you lose weight. >> reporter: wendell is down 10 pounds. many people don't know they have food sensitivities, because inflammatory reaction can take up to three days.
the top three is glueden egg -- gluten and egg and dairy. >> reporter: after eliminating eggs and seed she lost 30 pounds. you can get similar results with a simple and free elimination indict. that's unbelievable amount of information without having to run any food sensitivity testing. >> reporter: for a short time remove the most common offensers, like -- offenders, like gluten egg, dairy and so s. i was 204 and i am down to 184.
>> reporter: it's work more than the test, either way once you ever the results you have to do the work and remove your trigger foods. there's a number of tests on the market, and nutritions and doctors can prescribe it's for you. we have a link at 6abc.com. alicia vitarelli channel 6 "action news." great prices on over 800 items. eat well for less. only at my giant.
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45 today, 46 tomorrow. that will met, though. we have a lot of warmth, 57 degrees monday, 70s, tuesday, wednesday and thursday. there we go. thank you. jack hanna's "wild countdown" is next. "action news" continues later tonight. we'll be back tomorrow morning at 6 arteriovenous malformation. 6:00 a.m., here's some of the stories we're working on for you. could this be the way of the future. we'll have a driverless shuttle that is being tested. and the legends of santa claus in the 6abc loves the arts. now for chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm gray hall, we hope you make it a great day.
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