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over the violence last night. storm tracker 6 live, temperature is mild, but rain is heading our way. 7:01. for the latest we go to meteorologist chris sowers outside with the wet accuweather forecast. hi, chris. >> reporter: good morning to you nydia and gray, it's not raining just yet, but it's smell likes it's going to rain, did you ever get that smell when you know rain is in the not too distant future. we have mainly cloudy conditions. that helped to keep the temperatures on the mild side. this time yesterday the numbers were in the low to mid 0s. right now we're in the 40s and 50s. center city, 50, 46 in glassboro and vineland and gandys beach. smyrna, 479. sea isle and atlantic city, 51.
here's satellite and radar, you can see how quickly the clouds increased yesterday afternoon. we had a few spritzes and sprinkles across the delaware bay region. now we're watching the showers approach from the west. they should get in after lunchtime today. give or take a couple of hours. this will not be a washout. if you have plans, my brother has a horse shoe tournament this afternoon, there will be showers around. keep the umbrellas handy there could be a few renegade showers. 3:00 p.m., 59 degrees. 5:00 p.m., 57 degrees, again, most of us are seeing showers. speaking of showers, i hope you like the wet weather, we have showers in the forecast today. showers in the forecast tonight. more showers in the forecast tomorrow and there's showers in the forecast tomorrow night and tuesday morning. you get the idea we have several chances of wet weather in the seven-day forecast. but we have more summer-like temperatures to talk about.
when i come back this just a few minutesle i'll tell you when that arrives in the seven day. back to our breaking news, a man has been stabbed to death in rittenhouse square. this is the live picture of the scene on 18th street. homicide detectives and police have been here since the 24-year-old victim was attacked at 3:00 a.m. a group of friends were apparently if i finishing a nigt at the time they encountered a man who questioned them about the flyers and the man stabbed him with the knife. police arrived and began cpr and they took him to the hospital where he died. police did not indicate a motive, this does appear to be a random act. breaking this morning, a stray bullet killed an 18-year-old in west philadelphia. the action cam was on the 400 block of north salford street. the teen was standing on the sidewalk at 11:45 when gunfire
broke out among several men about a block away. a bullet struck the teenager in the chest. she was taken to penn presbyterian hospital where surgeons were unable to save her life. police have not made any arrests. fire destroyed a home in brigantine here in the 100 block of 45th street. firefighters got the call at 5:00 a.m. the roof collapsed and the flames damaged a neighboring house before crews were able to get this under control. nobody was inside when the fire started. a chester, pennsylvania police captain is hospitalized after being shot during a standoff. the exchange of gunfire left a suspect dead and another injured and some people in the area very upset with police. only "action news" has video of what police say is the captain coming under fire. it's hard to hear the police talk to the suspect on the video, but seconds later you hear the shots.
snawbl -- [inaudible]. [speaking spanish] some residents later went to police right there in the streets to protest what happened. that's when the story took another dramatic turn. jeff chirico was there for the investigation and that fallout. >> reporter: in this video obtained excuse -- exclusively by "action news," you can hear the officers telling the people in the car to get out. as the officer approaches the door, a shot is fired through the wood. in the end one suspect was dead and another injured and third
arrest. alan davis was shot twice in the arm and torso. the car was stopped because it was believed it was stolen. person in the vehicle was uncooperative with the police, and then there was an exchange of gunfire. it is our understanding that someone fired on police and police returned fire. >> reporter: investigators processed the crime scene, but soon the crowd became restless and it is believed the police fired first. you can see the object thrown at police who peppered sprayed the crowd many ran from the scene their eyes burning. as the bullet-ridden car is towed away, many have questions about what happened questions that can be answered with the video. captain davis has been with the chester city police force for more than 25 years. jeff chirico channel 6 "action news" which i will.
our coverage. shooting continues at 6abc.com. 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 the slide show of continuing investigation. fire has ripped through a house in gloucester county, new jersey. the action cam was at the scene of kings highway in east green greenwich. two people were in the house when the fire broke out. they did manage to get out unharmed. the fire killed two of their three dogs. a firefighters is being treated in the hospital for an injured leg. part of the floor gave out pinning his leg for a moment. a public viewing begins today for sean cullen. the 31-year-old father engaged to be married died when he was struck by a car in deptford. trooper cullen's viewing 2 to
7:00 p.m. at saint charles borromeo church in cinnaminson, new jersey. trooper cullen lived in cinnaminson with his brega -- pregnant fiance and 9-month-old child. he served on several police departments including full time in west hammonton. he was just funny, he was the guy that came into the room, everybody was smiling and laughing. he was a great guy. he was someone that could joke he had a quick wit about him. more importantly he understood what the thing of service was. he understood when someone dialed 911 they really needed him. he understood what it meant to live out your dream. cullen's brother garrett is a new jersey state police detective. a fundraiser is underway to help
the cullen family. next on "action news" sunday morning. two window washers dangling along the highrise, oh, boy, we have the rescue coming up. home depot agrees to pay up. who is affected by the data breach. the hawks and st. joe's and the owls and villanova find out their selection in the seeding in march madness. >> reporter: we've enjoyed temperatures in the 70s and 80s, now the pattern will change, several days of wet weather on the way, details in the seven-day forecast when we come right back.
you are lacking an hour of sleep because we've sprung forward overnight. >> reporter: i've got great news, that's all the sun you'll see until tuesday. i didn't get enough sleep, what can i say? grumpy. live we go on sky6 live hd overlooking cape may. we have mainly cloudy conditions throughout the region we'll see the clouds lower and thicken and give way to showers. today will not be a washout, i know a lot of you have outdoor plans, bring along the umbrella because we'll see showers overspread the area after lunchtime today. 49 degrees in dewpoint, 41. pressure 30.0 inches. it's falling off, therefore we don't have much in the way of a windchill to deal with. 49 in millville and trenton, poconos 50, dover and cape may, around 50 degrees. here's double scan live, we zoom
this out a little bit, or pan this out i i should say, you can see the showers, the wet weather extending across the ohio and tennessee valleys. out west farther than chicago and milwaukee. it's a huge system and moving very, very slowly. the center of the circulation of the storm is down here and it has to pull north even east of the philadelphia area before we see conditions dry out. that means we could see a good 48, 72 hours worth of some kind of rain, whether it is showers on and off or steadier period of rain. that's what in store for us over the next few days. future tracker 6, cloudy conditions, temperatures close to 60 degrees across the i-95 corridor. a little bit cooler north and west, in time we'll see showers pull through west to east, that will knock the temperatures down. 5:00 p.m., 52 in reading. wilmington, 55. same thing showers possible.
millville, 53. dover, 50. overnight tonight we'll see the showers increase. it will transition over to a steadier period of rain first thing tomorrow morning. look at how the temperatures drop off. because of an easterly wind they will not climb too much tomorrow afternoon. we'll have a 50 degrees forecasted high tomorrow, that's a midnight high. the numbers fall during the day. winds pick up, as well, there could coastal flooding during the time of high tide which is in atlantic city is 12:30 p.m. winds gusting 20 to 40 miles per hour. we'll see the northeasterly winds ranging anywhere from 25 to 35 miles per hour. today is mild and cloudy with showers, tomorrow a cloudy and raw periods of rain and chilly breeze. 6 degrees, showers developing after lunchtime. periods of rain overnights tonight and breezy. 40 degrees outlying suburbs, 45 for center city. as far as tomorrow is concerned,
allow yourself extra time time for work and school. the visibles will be reduced because of the fog and ponding rain on the roads. evening commute looks better, the steadier stuff is long gone. there will be leftover showers, but the traveling will be smoother for the evening commute than the morning one. 62 degrees. a raw, chilly tomorrow, that's a midnight high. temperatures are in the 40s throughout the day. 60 degrees tuesday, we rebounds nicely, warmer. wednesday, partly sunny, warm, 74. mild for thursday, st. patty's day, showers by afternoon, 66. friday, 62. saturday, cloudy with rain developing, 60 degrees. i'm getting a lot of questions on facebook and twitter can we start planting because we have mild weather. the answer is no, one more week
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everyone, 7:22, sunday morning, we're talking about the growing season can we start planting yet. it's early, the jet stream has looked like over the past week. all the cold air has been bottled up to the north in canada. temperatures south of the line have been extremely warm. we've had temperatures in the 80s the past week. that's the jet stream the last seven to ten days, very, very mild stuff. what will happen about a week from now we'll see a last drop in temperatures. here's philadelphia right here. we'll see the jet stream look something like this, temperatures will be colder across the northern tier states. that includes us in the mid atlantic. temperatures in the afternoon will be in the 50s, which is mild, but nighttime lows could drop below freezing, that could cause frost and freeze. about a week from now, i expect this.
don't plant anything just yet. once that little brief shot of cold comes and goes, that's it, then you can plant away, everything will be safe. forecast for this afternoon, cloudy conditions, gray, temperatures developing after lunchtime, temperatures on the balmy side, highs around 62. the philadelphia flower show comes to a close later today at the pennsylvania convention center. the doors are open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. the flower show is celebrating america's national parks. st. joe josie -- st. joes can punch their ticket to the big dance. villanova stumbled going into the tourney. >> reporter: good morning, it is selection sunday and the question not whether villanova will get into the big dance, after all they are the thirds best team in the country. after last night there's a question whether they deserve the number one seed.
no need have a trailed seton hall by 13 in the first half. chris jenkins breaks the tie. he had 23. they wouldn't score again. isaiah whitehead took the ball with a layup and a foul. one last shot, he lost his footing. they fall in the big east final, 69-67. they have to wait and see what the selection committee says later today. temple, face yukon. it was the owls who came out flat. temple owls go on to lose 774662 with a win temple was likely a nerve wrecking day today.
phil martelli for president? i would vote for him with the candidates we have theez -- these days. st. joe's win they are going back to the a-10 finals for the second time in three years. 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 minute in the third. steve mason, the hometown kid with ice in his veins would tie it back up with two minutes left to go. they go to a shootout, that's never good. mason one in five in shootouts, flyers came out with a point, they are two points behind the
penguins for the wild calendar shot. sixers hosting the pistons, elton brand loses it, gets it back, puts it in. pistons all five starters scored 16 or more. sixers lost it 125 to 111 that's. sports selection sunday. don't forget to tune into "action news" all day long. have a good one. nasa's hubble space telescope spotted the most distant galaxy we have ever seen. it shows the galaxy 13.4 billion years ago, that's 400 million years after the big bang. light took so long to travel it shifted to the end of the color spectrum to dark red. the galaxy is so hot it is
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rittenhouse square. philadelphia police are looking for the person who stabbed to death a man who was celebrating saint patrick's day with his friends. the attack happened at 18 and rittenhouse square. they were walking eastbound on rittenhouse, they approached the offender. there was a brief verbal altercation, a struggle ensued that lasted a few seconds, by witness's account the suspect stabbed the plaintiff across the chest area and fled the area. st police investigate this, they tell us when they got to the scene, the victim's friends were screaming trying to stop their friend from bleeding. police started cpr and took him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. the suspect appeared to be deranged, he ran off wearing a
devil's jersey and cap. time to go outside for the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. umbrellas up, right? >> reporter: yeah, this afternoon you'll need an umbrella. right now everything is dry and easy going, we don't have any moisture in the air just yet. after lunchtime, the showers start sneaking in there. atlantic city, 50. beach haven, 50. in the i-95 corridor, temperatures are close to 50 degrees, it's ashame we have all these clouds, with the temperatures so mild this early in the day, we could have been in the 670s had we seen sunshine. accuweather says that's not the case today. mainly cloudy conditions from start to finish. the showers will sneak in here, after lunchtime it becomes steadier and heavier overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning. cloudy skies, showers developing during the day. high temperatures around 672 degrees. that will come early, around
1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. this afternoon. once the showers develop the numbers will pull back. 1:00 p.m., 61. 3:00 p.m., 59. 5:00 p.m., temperatures back down to 57 degrees. look what's going on out to the west and south. temperatures are in the 60s. 65 in atlanta. 61 in memphis, new orleans 65. we have a chilly raw day on tap tomorrow, thanks to all the rain and easterly winds. once the storm comes and goes, temperatures will responds nicely tuesday and wednesday. they will go from heavier coat or sweater tomorrow to walking the dog in flip flops by wednesday afternoon. when i come back i'll let you know how warm it gets in the seven-day forecast. i think you will enjoy the summer-like temperatures. a chester police captain is in stable condition following a confrontation with three suspects yesterday afternoon. the incident started when captain alan davis tried to pull a car over after it was reported
stolen. in video obtained by "action news" you can hear police including captain davis order the occupants out of the car. this happened at west third and parker streets. as the captain opens the door a shot is fired out of the window. he was hit twice in the arm and chest. other officers shot back killing one suspect and injuring another and argue a third. chester's police chief spoke with us after the incident. persons in the vehicle were uncooperative with the police and there was an exchange of gunfire. it is our understanding that someone in the car began shooting at the police, police returned fire. neighbors gathered at the scene and held a vigil. a short time later, the crowd became restless and a scuffle broke out. some neighbors we spoke with say they think the police fired first, the investigation continues. your time 7:33. if you're just waking up with
us. who is to blame for the violence at the donald trump campaign rallies. that's the question on the campaign trail overshad shadow ing tuesday's primary. sounds like you have a couple of protesters back there, the hell with them. >> reporter: donald trump campaigned in kansas saturday night. still dogged by hecklers determined to keep him from speaking. we're going to take our country back from these people. >> reporter: earlier in dayton, ohio, the boldest effort yet. whether a protest are charged the stage, trump's secret service detail sprang to his defense, as agents overpowered the would be assailant. i don't know what i would have done, boom boom boom. >> reporter: it was a different story when trump haters crashed a trump rally bent on
disruption. trump abruptly canceled the rally citing public safety. trump blamed bernie sanders supporters. some represented bernie our communist friend. >> reporter: sanders called trump. a candidate who has encouraged violence. >> reporter: hillary clinton agreed. that is not leadership it is political arson. >> reporter: trump got no sympathy from fellow respects. trump created a toxic environment. >> reporter: for marco rubio of florida, governor john kasich of ohio, tuesday may be make or break, both candidates are lagging badly and he facing vots in their home state. abc news new york. police rescued two people who were trapped inside a car on
dr. martin luther king in fairmont park after the car slammed into a tree. the action cam was at the scene near falls bridge, the vehicle went out of control after about 11:00 p.m. last night. the victims were taken to hanheman hospital where there is no word this morning about their condition. police are trying to determine what caused the crash. one of new jersey's best known basketball players was one of the two drivers involved in the crash that led to the death of state trooper sean cullen. dejuan wagner was driving a car on 295. the car that caused the crash caught fire. wagner was drafted in 2002 by the cavaliers, he played for several years before he was sidelined for injuries. 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
criminal charges. trish hartman has the story. >> reporter: police say it was a matter of minutes from the time the pilot left the public restaurant in the secure section of terminal b until he realized he forgot his bag. but it was too late, the bag was gone. immediately the pilot flagged down the nearest airport police officer and reported the firearm was missing. >> reporter: the public airways pilot was authorized to carry the gun. the gun turned up in a janitor supply closet next to the restroom. 16 flights were delayed for an hour while planes were searched. the decisions were made based on on the safety of the flying public to make sure no flights facebook off with a dangerous -- took off with a dangerous item on board. as a whole they need to tighten up the program.
i'm sure there are standards in the program that were met. maybe they need to review the whole program. >> reporter: investigators say nobody was in any danger during the search. passengers were surprised to hear that a pilot would leave a bag unattended. you would think that somebody is a pilot who is in the airport who flies all the time would have a higher awareness to make sure those kind of things don't happen. definitely should be reprimanding or reinforcement of the policy, because, again, anyone could have picked it up. that janitor's name was not released. we reached out to republic airline regarding the status of the pilot. so far we have not heard back. trish hartman channel 6 "action news." there is much more to come on "action news" for this sunday. the barns foundation takes a look at picasso's greatest
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since the great recession - a good start. katie: the u.s. has added 14 million new jobs but too many families see the special interests gaining the upper hand in washington, while paychecks don't go far enough. if you work hard, your paycheck should show it; you earned social security - it should be there when you retire. and you shouldn't have to go broke to afford college. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message because it's your turn. with us, 7:41, philadelphia as st. patrick's day parade gets underway around noon today. the celebration of irish pride steps off at the benjamin franklin parkway. the parade is expected to wrap up around 3:00 p.m. philadelphia first celebrated
st. patrick's day way, way back in 1771. making the country's oldest st. patty's parade. rain or shine. >> reporter: there could rain actually on st. patty's day, itself. there could rain this afternoon, also. let's get you outside, we have clouds overspreading the area. the rain is well to the west, 150 miles to the west. the morning will remain dry, by afternoon showers develop. double scan live is clear for the moment, though, as the radar goes round and round. temperatures are on the mild side, 62 degrees, which is ten degrees above the average of 52 which is not so bad. if we have not had the cloud cover we would have shot up to 70 this afternoon. 49 degrees is the present temperature reading. wilmington, trenton, poconos, 49. millville, 48. 50 in atlantic city, dover, 50 degrees. satellite and radar, the clouds
begin to increase yesterday afternoon. that's what held the temperature back down into the low 60s. otherwise yesterday would have been a mild day. now we're seeing the clouds lower and thicken. here come of comesment river of showers stretching across the mason dixon line across the delmarva. it my sneak in here and put a damper on your plans. if you have a t-ballgame to go to or your son or daughter is taking part in softball or soccer, bring along the umbrella to be on the safe side. the heavy stuff holds off overnights tonight and monday looks like a miserable raw day. not too terribly this afternoon. tuesday, most of the frontal system fizzles out and washes out and the rain pulls out to sea. sky conditions clear late in the day. one day of kind of i couldn't -.
clouds increase, one or two showers develop. this is 5:30, raining west of philadelphia and south of the delaware bay region, as well. it will become steadier and heavier overnight tonight after midnight. first thing tomorrow morning, 6:30. heavier downpours across salem and cumberland county and heavier cells north of philadelphia. throughout the afternoon it's a day where it's cloudy and damp, scattered showers, otherwise you're seeing drizzle and chilly breeze out of east 15 to 20 miles per hour. those are sustained winds, but the gusts could be 40 miles per hour along the shore. honestly i'm surprised a coastal flood advisory has not been issued. 2:00 p.m. is the time of high tide. actually it's 1:30 in atlantic city. you could see -- it's 12:30 in atlantic city.
the water could pile up along the shore. reading, 58. wilmington, 60. toms river, 60 degrees. overnight tonight, cloudy conditions, showers transitioning over to periods of rain. after midnight bright, 45 in wilmington, trenton, 42. cape may, 47. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it warms up nicely by the middle of this week. 50 degrees tomorrow. midnight high. temperatures throughout the day are stuck in the 40s. 60 degrees tuesday, morning shower, clouds giving way to sun. 74 degrees, very summer-living wednesday. st. patty's day, 66. 70s don't last longer than a day, but we'll take it for march. that nice day comes on hump day. >> reporter: flip flops. don't forget you can get storm tracker 6 live at
6abc.com/weather. in the lehigh valley it was a dream come true. a brave very sick boy spent a day with police and a judge. alicia vitarelli explains why his visit with them was just the right medicine. >> reporter: right away it's easy to see 8-year-old caleb loves everyone and the law. thank you. >> reporter: which is part of the region lehigh county sheriff escrow -- johanna sworn in the 8-year-old as sheriff for the day. congratulations sheriff. going through this medical malady that he has it touches your heart. >> reporter: caleb suffers from a rear disease of ald. they will lose their abbott to walk, talk, see, hear, everything. >> reporter: mom, jene lsm l said by -- jennell will be in a
vegetative state and not see his 9th birthday. this day is about seeing his dream come true. >> reporter: that included a ride in the cruiser meeting and in caleb fashion hugging. lehigh county's top judge and what courtroom experience would be complete without? that's good. >> reporter: caleb received gifts from the department. family friend deputy richmond penn said caleb has shunned super heros for the real life version. i come home and he is excitessed. excitessed -- excited. he can feel what it likes
to be police officer or sheriff, before he passes. it means a lot to have the opportunity to have that experience. >> reporter: caleb's story is wildly viral spreading smiles and hope across social media, as people share his story and journey with many people saying he is the real super hero. alicia vitarelli channel 6 "action news."
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scwhr we're so glad you stayed with us, the barnes foundation has an exhibit that scored some of pee picasso's work during one of america's most trying times. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: pablo picasso was one of the newest artist. picasso the great war. experimentation and exchange. it examines the artist's work
around world war i. he looking at a fragmented form and he works in a in a classical mode where forms become readable and elegant. >> reporter: the exhibit features 50 works from 1912 to 1924. it shows how the artist was experimenting and fluctuating between styles. he never addresses the war of subject in his art, so you never see depictions of soldiers or violence. >> reporter: pieces include oil paintings and water colors and photographs and ballet costumes that he designed. people thought the costumes were totally crazy. they give you a sense of how radical his cubism was. >> reporter: it shows cases his daring classical pieces like seated woman and woman in white. he creates they say elegant
fee albodies that are same time -- female bodies that are bummerring and grotesque. he is an artist you can't put into a box. >> reporter: picasso is on display until may 9. go to arts in philly.org or visit 6abc.com/6abc loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. happening today, the flyers wives carnival takes place in south philadelphia. the fans get a chance to meet current and former players and get an autograph and have a chance to hang out and have good time. proceeds benefits flyers charities that help medical research and less privileged kids, we'll be right back. (church bell)
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tell senators carper and coons to stop the dark act. but wet. do you remember last march with the polar vortex, february, what a turn around. what a lovely week we just had. this week doesn't look too terribly bad either. we have several chances of rain this afternoon, but we're up to 74 degrees by wednesday. showers developing during the afternoon hours today, a mild high of 62. chilly and raw tomorrow, periods of rain, some of it is expected to be heavy as times during the morning. tapering off scattered showers by afternoon. tuesday, a decent amount of sunshine, 62. 74 wednesday, st. patty's day, another system pulls through, we start out with sunshine, clouds increase and we could have showers late in the day. more rain next weekend, cloudy and showers and 63. rainy, rainy.
>> reporter: that brings out the flowers. it's still rain. 7:55 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: nydia and gray, good morning, we're leading on sunday with a fresh round of chaos on donald trump events. overnight in kansas protesters and our correspondent hit by pepper spray. security liens -- leaps into action to protect the candidate. new cases of zika virus merging, experts doing their version of fighting fire with fire. could a genetically injured mosquitoes stem the tide. it is selection sunday, millions of you are filling out your brackets. we have an expert here, it's
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america runs on dunkin'. good morning, america. breaking overnight. trump rally chaos. protesters pepper-sprayed in kansas city. angry mobs facing off in the streets. our reporter in the middle of it. >> i got a mouthful of pepper spray. >> we're going to take our country -- >> while inside, donald trump struggling to get a word in. >> get out of here. get him out. >> the close call. a protester storming the stage. secret service springing into action. why trump's rivals are blaming him for all of this unrest. water rescues. neighborhoods in louisiana evacuated. cars submerged. hundreds of homes destroyed by record rain. >> it went from the ditch into your house in 20 minutes? >> with bayous ready to crest,