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chester police captain is shot, a suspect is dead and a community is enraged, how things went from bad to worse last night. a firefighter had to be rescued after falling through a floor of a burning home. police say a teenage girl is dead after being getting shot by an apparent stray bullet. the teen was standing on the sidewalk at 11:45 p.m. when
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gunfire broke out among several men a block away. a bullet struck the 18-year-old in the chest. she was taken to pen prbs hospital where surgeons were -- penn presbyterian hospital where surgeons were unable to save her life. looking at rittenhouse square a man was stabbed during a st. patrick's day celebration. a man who seemed to be deranged and asked him if he feels a flyers fan. he pulled out a knife and the hit him in the stomach, he ran from the scene. police began cpr and took the wounded man to hanheman university hospital where he
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died. the suspect was wearing a new jersey devils cap. police are looking at surveillance video to try to identify the killer. meteorologist chris sowers has a check of the exclusive accuwether seven-day forecast and 60 yesterday, what about today? >> reporter: close to 60. the only difference you'll need an umbrella later on. it's quiet around the philadelphia area, but mild. temperatures this time yesterday was down into the 30s, some areas below freezing, this morning we're showing 40s and 50s. you can thank the cloud cover for that, it's acting as an atmospheric blanket. 44 in allentown. reading, 46. upper 40s, south and east, 48 millville and wilmington. a slow-moving storm system which brought rain to the missouri valley lifted to the north, the clouds increased
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yesterday. the shower activity is getting closer to the tri state. you can see showers in pittsburgh and baltimore and washington, d.c. eventually this will pull through. we'll get into the wet weather as the day progresses. double scan live we set it in motion for you, the heaviest stuff is well to the west. we're not talking about heavy rains this afternoon, but one or two showers are possible. accuweather says cloudy skies, showers by afternoon. 1:00 p.m., 61. by 3:00 p.m., 59. and then by 5:00 p.m., 57. shooting for a high of 62 which is once again some 11 or 12 degrees above the seasonal averages. as i mentioned it is a slow moving storm system, not only are we talking about showers today, but again tonight, tomorrow, and maybe tuesday morning. i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast in just a bit. a chester, pennsylvania
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police captain is hospitalized after being shot during a standoff. the exchange of gunfire left a person dead and one injured and people in the area upset with police. "action news" has video of what police say is the captain coming under fire. it's hard to hear the suspect, but seconds later you hear the shots. [yelling] some residents weo police right in the street to protest what happened. that's when the story took another dramatic turn, the exchange of gunfire played out at west third and park are street. jeff chirico was there for the investigation and the fallout.
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in this video obtained exclusively by "action news" you can hear police yell for the occupants of the car to get out, as the officer in the white shirt approaches the car door, a shot is fired through the window. you can hear the exchange of gunfire as the witness ducks for safety. it happened at parker and union streets. in the end, a suspect was dead, another injured and a third arrest. captain alan davis was shot twice in the arm and torso. the car was stopped because it was believed to be stolen. persons in the vehicle were uncooperative with police, there was an exchange of gunfire. it is our understanding that someone in the car started shooting the police. police returned fire. neighbors gathered and bowed their heads in prayer as the investigators processed the crime scene behind. the crowd became restless and a
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scuffle broke out. it is believed the police fired first. you can see an object thrown at police, and they were peppered sprayed. many ran from the scene their eyes burning. many have questions about what happened, questions that can answered with the video. >> reporter: captain davis has been with the chester police force for more than 25 years. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news." our coverage. shooting continues at we're posting the latest information on the front page. you can see the exclusive video of the moments leading up to the shooting, as well as a slide show of the continuing investigation. new this morning, fire has ripped through a house in gloucester county, new jersey. the action cam was at the scene, the 500 block of kings highway in east greenwich. firefighters arrived after 11:20 to find flames and smoke pouring through the 150-year-old home. two people were in the house when the fire broke out.
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they did manage to get out unharmed. the fire killed two of their three dogs. a firefighter was put in the hospital for an injured leg. a public viewing begins fore new jersey straight trooper, sean cullen. the 31-year-old father engaged to be married died when he was struck by a car on 195. the funeral mass is at noon tomorrow. trooper cullen lived in cinnaminson along with his pregnant fiance and their 9-month-old child. he came from ireland when he was 3 years old. the belmawr police barracks was his home away from home. he was funny, everybody loved him. he was the guy that came into the room, it didn't matter what
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was going on, everybody was smiling and laughing. he had a quick wit about him. he understood what service was, he understood when someone dialed 911 they needed him. he understood what it meant to live out your dream. cullen's brother, garrett is a new jersey state police detective. we've learned that a former nba player was involved in the crash that trooper cullen was responding to. we'll have that story and tell you how people are trying to help the cullen family. that's coming up in the next half-hour. we've got details coming up next on a dog food recall. ahead, two window washers dangling along a high rise are rescued. home depot agreed to pay up. we'll tell you who is affected
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by a data breach. the hawks, owls, and villanova find out their seeding for march madness. >> reporter: cooler temperatures are on the way, several days of wet weather, i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast when we come right back.
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two window washers found themselves in a scary position after their scaffolding came lose on a chicago highrise. people watched anxiously from the ground as they were pulled into a window. wow, that's crazy. >> reporter: pay me 150 bucks an hour and i wouldn't do that. i like the purple. >> reporter: i picked this out, i had no help this morning, true story. there we go, as we look live in atlantic city, it's a quiet morning and it is cloudy with temperatures in the 40s and 50s. double scan live as the radar goes round and round. nothing in the immediate area, but we're seeing showers pop up
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north of baltimore. eventually in time, some of that will shift east and push over the delaware and the lehigh valleys. temperature, 351. pressure reading -- temperature, 50, dewpoint, 41. pressure reading 29.99. wind are calm. windchill 50 degrees. millville, 48. atlantic city at the airport, 47. cape may checking in at 51. here's satellite and radar, for the most part, the bulk of the rain is west of the appalachians, but in time this will shift very slowly like this over the next 12 to 24 hours. eventually what will happen the heaviest will sit over top of us first thing tomorrow morning. you'll need to allow yourself extra time for the morning commute. you'll see ponding on the roads with the slash being generated
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from the car in front of you, it will be a slow go. this is a very large system. this is the system that produced the flooding rains for the southern portions of the ohio and tennessee valleys. that system is starting to list north and pull away, which is great news for them, they will get a chance to dry out. that means we'll see our share of it now. tomorrow afternoon, temperatures in the low 60s, upper 50s, somewhere in that vicinity. and a couple of showers developing late. we'll start out with clouds this morning and see showers increase throughout the afternoon. monday morning, cloudy skies, showers around, a damp morning. one or two of these could be on the steadier or heavier side. temperatures pull back during the day. we're going for a high of 50 degrees, temperatures for the
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most part are stuck in the 40s it's a chilly and raw day. 62 in philadelphia. 60 in wilmington, upper 50s, north and west, cape may, 355. atlantic city, 55. toms river 60 degrees, overnight tonight, cloudy skies, periods of rain, temperatures holding steady in the mid 40s. it becomes breezy after midnight. 45 degrees for philadelphia. wilmington, 44. millville, 45. on the boards in atlantic city. 46. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, i hope you know where your umbrella is. there are several chances of rain coming up over the neck several days. cloudy and showers developing, 52. tuesday, 50. tuesday, 62. wednesday, partly sunny, warm, 74. same time patties day, 66. friday, sunny, 62.
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and saturday, another chance of rain, 60 degrees. philadelphia flower show comes to a close at the philadelphia, pennsylvania convention center. the doors are open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. they are celebrating america's national parks, we'll back after this.
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i.welcome back everyone, 6 >> reporter: welcome back everyone, 6:22 sunday morning, the rain shield is overspreading chicago to pittsburgh. all that activity will shift east over the next 12 to 24 hours. unfortunately it is a slow-moving system. once it starts raining it will continue through tuesday morning. we'll see the on and off showers through tuesday morning. for today, cloudy skies, showers developing after lunchtime.
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we'll see a high of 62 degrees. that temperature will pull back during the evening hours once the rain begins. monday you may want to allow yourself extra time. periods of rain, visibility will be reduced because of falling rain. by evening it's chilly and raw with leftover showers and temperatures in time 40s. the third annual red and white ball was held last night in center city for the fight against leukemia and lymphoma. those attending had a chance to win a brand new mercedes benz that was being auctioned off. more than 300 trucks poured tons of cement to create the base for the new 1213 apartment highrise. that massive foundation will be
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6 feet deep. on to have of it. crews will build a 20 story highrise with 22 apartments. there will be retail space on the first floor, the new apartment building expected to open by september. st. joe's can punch their ticket to the big dance march madness with a win today. jamie apody said nova stumbled going to the tournament. >> reporter: good morning, it is selection sunday, not whether villanova will get into the big dance, after all they are the third best team in the country. the question is whether they are worth the number one seed. nova trailed seton hall by 14. under a minute to go, chris jenkins breaks the tie and gave the cats 4-point lead.
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whitehead took the ball with the lay up and the foul. one last shot who, nova falls 69-67. cats have to wait to see what the selection committee says later today. it was the owls who came out flat. 12-4 early. the temple owls go on to lose 77-62 with a win, temple is likely a lock now, fran dunphy squad they will be wrecking crew today. fillfill martelli for president? well i would vote for him. st. joes wins 82-79. they are going back to the a-10 finals for the second time in two years.
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let me talk about the flyers. flyers fans they will be out with high blood pressure. crazy game back and forth all night. the panthers scored twice in a man span in the third. smith beat steve mason, the rookie with ice waters in his veins would tie it back up with less than two minutes to go. they go to overtime and shootout, and that's never good, mason couldn't stop anybody. mason one in five in shootouts. flyers two points behind the penguins for a wild card spot. one of the 50 greatest players of all time number 4 was retired. elton brand loses it, gets it back and puts it in.
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all five starters scored 16 or more. their win streak was snapped before it become one. they lose. that's "action news" sports selection sunday, don't forget to turn into "action news" all day long. flyers wives carnival takes place in south philadelphia. the carnival is 1:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the wells fargo center. the proceeds benefits flyers charities which raises money for medical research and less privileged kids. philadelphia mayor jim kenny met with the group at motivation high school it was part of amera corps' day of service. we have much more "action
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news" straight ahead. we'll be right back. three questions for the us senate: congress voted to label genetically engineered salmon; why not other foods? gmo crops are doused with heavy doses of herbicides the world health organization says probably cause cancer. isn't that reason enough to label? 64 other countries label gmos. why don't american shoppers have the same information? instead, congress might permanently block
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our right to know. we deserve clear, on-package labeling. tell senators carper and coons to stop the dark act. i do everything on the internet. but it's kind of slow. my friends said i should get fios because it's the fastest... i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. (man) we're out of 2%. i wonder what else could be better around here? (man) i heard that. now get our best offer ever. super fast 100 meg internet, plus tv & phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract. 100 meg speeds at a price this good? fios can do that. cable just can't. switch to better. switch to fios stayed with us on sunday morning. just about 6:30, i want to get you caught on the breaking news from rittenhouse square. philadelphia police looking for a the person who stabbed a man
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to death who was celebrating st. patrick's day with a friend. it happened at 18th and rittenhouse square. when officers arrived the victim's friends were screaming for help. they started cpr and took the victim to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. the suspect appeared to be deranged. he ran off wearing a new jersey devil's cap. police are interviewing the victim's friends to get a description of the killer. time to turn to meteorologist chris sowers and accuweather. it's warm for this time of year. >> reporter: what a week this has been, a couple of days in the 80s, a few others in the 70s. we'll take that. we'll go live on sky6 live hd overlooking the ben franklin bridge. even though today will be a cooler afternoon, at least compared to what we saw earlier this past week. it's very, very mild for this time of the year. the normal high is 51. we're close to that now, as we
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flip it over to the numbers, these are the 24 hour temperature departures, some areas are are 15 degrees above where we were yesterday. the poconos, 22 degrees milder than 24 hours ago. philadelphia, 6. millville, 13. trenton, 14. yesterday same time we had temperatures in the 20s and 30s up here thanks to the cloud cover, the numbers have been replaced with upper 40s and 50s. some of the showers will stream in during the course of the day. it will not be a washout. keep the umbrella handy if you have outdoor plans later on. some of this will become steadier overnight tonight especially in the morning hours. 57 degrees by 1:00 p.m., 61. by 3:00 p.m., the numbers pull back, 59 degrees and 5:00 p.m., 57. accuweather is going cloudy with
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scattered showers developing during the afternoon we're forecasting a high of 62. nydia? thank you. remember, you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live radar at any time at a chester police captain remains in stable condition following a confrontation with three suspects yesterday afternoon. the incident started when police say captain alan davis tried to pull a car over after it was stolen. in video obtained by "action news" you can hear police including captain davis repeatedly order the occupants of the car. this happened at west third and parker street. as the captain opens the door, a shot was fired out of the window. other officers shot back killing one suspect and injuring another and argue a third. chester's police chief spoke with us after the incident. occupants within the vehicle were uncooperative with police, then there was an
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exchange of gunfire. it was understanding that someone is in the car began shooting at police and police returned fire. neighbors held a vigil as investigators combed the crime scene. a scuffle broke out, officers use pepper spray to disperse the crowd. who is to blame for the violence of the donald trump rallies. democrats say trump is the guilty party. sounds like you have a couple of protesters back there, the hell with them. >> reporter: donald trump campaigned in kansas saturday night dogged by hecklers determined to keep them from speaking. we're going to take our country back from these people.
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>> reporter: in dayton ohio, the boldest effort yet when a protester sprang to the stage. i would have been been boom boom boom. >> reporter: it was a different story friday night when trump haters crashed a trump rally bent on disruption. donald trump is not welcome in chicago. >> reporter: trump cancerled -- canceled the rally citing public safety. some representing bernie our communist friend. a candidate who has encouraged violence. >> reporter: hillary clinton agreed. that is not leadership it is political arson. >> reporter: and trump got no sympathy from fell republicans. donald trump has created a toxic environment. >> reporter: on tuesday, the
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campaign trail lined through five states where voters get hundreds of delegates at stake. for john kasich of ohio and marco rubio tuesday may be make or break. they are lacking behind and facing voters in their home states. presidential candidate senator ted cruz and john kasich, and bernie sanders come to this week you can see their interviews on 6abc. inside story digs into the mayor's proposed soda tax the p-a senate race a and the future of atlantic city. inside story begins at 11:30. and new this morning, police rescue two people trapped in a car on dr. martin luther king drive in fairmont park after the car slammed into the tree. you see the damage there. the action cam was at the scene at falls bridge. the car went out of control at
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11:00 p.m. the victims were taken to hanheman hospital. there's no word about conditions this morning. police are trying to determine the cause of the crash. one of new jersey's best known basketball players was one of two drivers that was involved in the crash that led to the death of state trooper sean cullen. 33-year-old dejuan wagner was rear ended along 295. trooper cullen was hit and killed during the investigation. wagner a camden high school basketball star was drafted in 2002 by the cleveland cavaliers. he played for several years until he was sidelined by injuries. sean cullen's funeral begins today at saint charles borromeo church. take a look inside the shop rite in cinnaminson. these folks are buying blue bows
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and ribbons made to honor trooper cullen. operation blue ribbon started on facebook and took off from there. we have people who are helping pitching in five dollars a bow they are making their own bows because we don't have enough people to make the bows. we are teaching them while they are standing in line waiting so they can support the cullen family. five thousand dollars have been 0 raised with more events in the planning stage. our coverage of the trooper of a death continues at you can leave your condolences, "action news" and will have coverage of trooper cullen's funeral that happens tomorrow. things are back to normal at philadelphia international airport following an emergency on the ground. a pilot licensed to carry a weapon left his gun in the bathroom. now a january at her is facing
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criminal charges. trish hartman has the story. >> reporter: it was a matter of minutes from the time the pilot left the restroom in the secure section of terminal b when he forget his bag. it was too late. the bag with the gun inside was gone. police say the republic airways pilot was authorized to carry the gun. the gun turned up later in a janitor supply closet next to the restroom. 16 flights were delayed for an hour while planes were searched. the decision was made based on the safety of a flying public. >> reporter: this law enforcement officer and traveler was relieved to learn that the gun was inside a locked faa
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contrainer. i'm sure they have standards in the program that were met, maybe they need to review the program. >> reporter: investigators say nobody was in danger during the search. passengers we spoke with were surprised to hear that a pilot would leave a bag unattended. you would think that somebody who is a pilot that's in the airport that flies all the time would have a higher awareness though make sure those kind of things don't happen. there there should be recd recommend -- reprimanding or reinforcement of the policy. >> reporter: rereached out to the airlines -- we reached out to the airlines regarding the status of the pilot. we have not heard back. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." another reminder this morning that new jersey transit rail workers are got going on strike. they struck a tentative deal avert ago walkout this morning. it was done with interest of
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taxpayers and transit commuters in mind. there are no fare hikes planned through june of next year. it will not go into effect until union members sign off on it. the celebration of irish pride steps off on the benjamin franklin parkway. performers will make their way toward the art museum. the parade is expected to wrap up around 3:00 p.m. philadelphia first celebrated st. patrick as day in 1771. making this county one of the oldest st. patrick day parade. we were in university city yesterday it was a sea of green. love the irish, yeah. much more to come on "action news" saturday morning. young girl a star in the climbing world you'll hear from her, find out whose inspiring her to take the neck step. sky6 live hd looking live in camden.
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take your umbrella with you this week. chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast.
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all right, folks a pleasant good morning to you on sunday morning, 6:43 your time, sky6 live hd overlooking the philadelphia international airport. you can see it's dark out there. meteorologist chris sowers says the sun is still sleeping. he needs to wake up, because we've sprung forward. >> reporter: he will be waking up shortly, but right now he is
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asleep. let's get you outside, you'll not see much of him, we're expecting showers. there's the view looking at the commodor barry bridge. it's mild with the temperatures in the 40s and 50s. double scan live is clear. most of the rain is well west of the philadelphia area. it should get in here shortly after lunchtime. a couple of showers. 62 degrees is the high temperature this afternoon in philadelphia. 50 degrees is the low temperature this morning and the present temperature reading. 50 in trenton. 44 in allentown. 50 for the poconos. mid 40s north and west, 48 in millville and dover, 49. here's satellite and radar. this is the system that we're watching. it stretches the length of the mason dixon line south of new jersey and into ohio and tennessee valley. some of it coming down a good clip. most of it is well west of the
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region. the same storm that produced the flooding rains down here. eastern portions of texas and arkansas. they have seen one to two feet it's caused flooding problems down there. as the system lifts to the north, it will be pulling the milder air into the mid atlantic and the northeast states. all this cold air up here is pulling away. we'll continue to enjoy mild temperatures as the system pulls through it's all rain, no mixed precipitation, no snow or sleet. temperatures are way too mild i should say. surface maps looks like, this is the cold high up to the north. thishere comes the southern sysm that pushes everything out to sea across the canadian maritimes. as far west of the great lake states and monday it will come
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down at a good clip especially in the morning hours. cloudy conditions, 60 degrees, take a degree or two. the showers will develop late in the day, 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., a couple of light showers overspreading the area west to east. temperatures begin to fall sthat light rain -- as that right lane comes down. overnight tonight, the rain becomes heavier and steadier. you can see pockets of yellow and orange across interior sections of south jersey. temperatures pull back in the 40s and we will stay there as we pick up a eastern breeze off the ocean. tomorrow is a cold and raw day. rainfall totals through monday afternoon, closer to an inch, north and west, half inch for the poconos. .6 in millville. cloudy skies, showers developing after lunchtime, 62 degrees
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forecasted high. winds shifting off the ocean, 5 to 10 miles per hour. the shorepoints in the low to mid 40s. overnight tonight, 40 degrees for the suburbs, 45 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it stays mild with the exception of tomorrow. 62 today. 50 is a midnight high. the numbers fall throughout the afternoon. somewhere between 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., the temperatures are in the mid 40s. it's a chilly raw day. tuesday, warmer, 62. wednesday, a touch of summer, 74. return of sunshine. saint patty's day, 66 and friday and saturday, high temperatures back in the 60s which is lovely this time of year. how do you get with an hour less of sleep? >> reporter: i don't sleep well anyway. i'm just here. you said you were going to
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feel grumpy i think it's the tie and the shirt. i'm worried about getting the kids up for school tomorrow. i meant to get them to bed earlier, but i'll be paying the price. we did a great video, it's on my facebook page and we shared on the 6abc main page we talked about how people were feeling and why we do this and should we do this? we want people to chime in. >> reporter: i had 300 comments and everybody said no, not needed any more. i agree. i want to comment, too. like it, share it. 6:48. researchers say keeping body fat low is more important than a lower overall a weight. higher percent of body fat even
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with the low weight is increases health problems if the waist is 42 inches and women are 35 inches. a mother who was forced to bury her only child is asking you for help. >> reporter: tiffany williams said her only child deandre bing was her best friend. he was my best friend. i was his best friend. >> reporter: on friday, 2015, the 17-year-old had plans to visit his friend's new baby. he got out of school and he texted me and said i'm going to go see the baby. i said okay. that was the last time we communicated. >> reporter: before 6:00 p.m., police were called to the 2000
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block of lambert street for reports of a person with a gun there they found bing suffering from a gunshot wounds to the chest. that was one of my biggest fears, raising my son in these bad times. >> reporter: he died at the hospital. it changed my whole world, january 23, i never thought it would be the last day i would see my son alive. >> reporter: the city of philadelphia is offering 20,000-dollar reward for the person responsible. call 215-546-tips all calls are anonymous. if anyone knows anything, please, please, contact the police and let me know. that was my world, my only child. >> reporter: for crime fighters i'm rick williams channel 6 "action news."
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it is now, 6:52, alaska state troopers investigating a
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snow mobilers crashed into two teams participating in the iditarod. one sled dog was killed. three others were injured. the snow mobiler hit the side of the a sled and hit another musher. the driver of the snow mobile was drunk. facebook wants to get into the video action. amazon and verizon are interested in streaming games. nfl has not said when it will decide whether to allow the stream. brown breaking is kicking off the construction of future housing project of people once homeless. the facility will have 88 apartments. officials say having a safe place to live will help those who have gone through hard times thrive and give back to others. everyone of those individuals who find themselves
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in that homeless situation is human being with a story. if you understand their story, you'll understand how they got where they are. in many, many cases it's not their own fault. i want to help other youth like me who have been through a lot of challenges in their life. i want to let them know they have somebody by their side, i want to motivate them. project home said the location of the new apartment building is no coincidence. it is in walking distance of septa routes and temple university. st. patrick's day celebrations kicked off early in bucks county. bagpipers irish dancers and the fire compartment took part in the st. patrick's day parade and celtic festival. the parade started at perkisie south middle school and wrapped up at the sellersville fire
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and considered one of the world at best climbers. look at her go there. don't let the size fool you. this small in stature new york city girl is huge on the climbing circuit. her father gave up dancing to teach her to scale walls. she won several competitions even beating out the boys. i've been doubted because of my gender and because of my age, i'm only 14, it motivates
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me to keep on doing what i am doing and to, you know, make them realize it's not a fluke. she is a very good rock climber. she is outperforming most adults and she is a child. it's pretty crazy. way to go. she has 48,000 instagram followers which is inspiring kids to reach new heights. i like how she said it's no fluke. no fluke at all. there's another hour of "action news" sunday morning straight ahead. here's some of the stories we're working on for you, a young boy in the fight for his life realizes a dream and becomes her hiv in the lehigh valley. the barns foundation takes a look at picasso's latest works. 6abc loves the arts has a sneak peek. plus, another update of accuweather from meteorologist
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